Friday, November 30, 2007
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
link courtesy of Morgan
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Steve related how one day Peter and he awoke and decided to just drive and see where the road took them. Along the way, the natives were incredibly hospitable. All were full of smiles and welcoming spirits. Everyone that saw them seemed overjoyed and fascinated by these world travelers. Seemingly, Steve and Peter had gone well off the beaten path and were mingling with those unused to the presence of ocean-crossing tourists. Eventually, they chanced upon a temple. Upon trying to enter, Peter was stopped. Through gestures and body language the message was conveyed: One could not enter the temple without a sarong. Someone ended up lending Peter one and they were allowed to pass the threshold. They walked up the steps and were surprised to hear the commotion of yelling and cheering. Upon making their way thru the crowd, they were shocked to see cock fighting. Each rooster had razor blades taped to their toes. It was incredibly brutal and shockingly crass - gambling in the temple on roosters killing eachother.
Saturday, November 10, 2007
Galactic Center Eclipse is coming to an end
The Sun has two counter ratating fields which generate tremendous amounts of electromagnetism and gravity which enclose the entire Solar System making it a plasmatic entity of its own accord. We spiral thru space as a conduit in an enormous capacitor spaceship where it has never been about where we are going but who we are now.
For the past 5 thousand years we have passed thru a galactic center eclipse which has left us in the darkness of self ignorance. DNA never sleeps and has perfected itself in the only way it could, and thus the species finds itself at the brink of self immolation as a consequence of brain stem dominance.
Before the darkness fell, nearly 5 thousand years ago, humans were capable of perceiving the meridians which travel even now as I type and as you now read. The meridians are a magnetic phenomena which leave no doubt as to our connection to the Earth and to the Sun. These magnetic meridians provide insight into our health on a molecular/energetic level. Thus without this inner and outer sight we are left blind.
Sometime in 2012, the galactic center eclipse will end and we will begin to see that which has been hidden. After 5000 years of self deception, many humans are in for a glare filled awakening. Even now, as the dawning begins, the humans scramble for soul glasses - ways to dull the senses. The spine is an antenna. We are receivers and transmitters whose ability to function has been hampered by junk food diets and improper use of the biocomputer hardware. Maybe the sudden change in awarenss would have shocked most into catatonic statues like deer in the headlights of an oncoming car.
Thus, we may feel like we are on a bus whose driver is blind. Our leaders are blind and have merely been led by the artificial graivity that is the dollar bill. Of course they have insulated themselves thru alcohol and drugs and gluttony for this is there only way to survive. They cannot handle the actuality of their part in the decision making process. It is much easier to keep the inner eyes closed and play along with the status quo.
And so our leaders have no self spin. They revolve around an obsolete motivational tool which has become obscured and corrupted at the hands of seriously deranged inferiors who can be likened to monkeys shaking trees and beating their chests. Monkeys in limos. Monkeys in Porsches. Monkeys well groomed and drunk on alcohol. But nothing can stop the eclipse from ending and our sight returning - not even intoxicated monkeys with delusions of grandeur.
Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
via Tree Hugger
Monday, November 05, 2007
Saturday, November 03, 2007
Dolphins, sweeping and the didj
Friday, November 02, 2007
My donation button is working again...
Thursday, November 01, 2007
God Grew Tired of Us is a documentary which chronicles the lives of three young men who have been given the opportunity to leave their refugee camp in Africa and live in America.
Jon Bul Dau is an extremely tall Lost Boy. When he arrives in Pittsburg he is happy to be given this chance but he is also sad because he cannot forget his comrades who still must live in the refugee camp. Jon speaks of the brotherhood that they shared there and how they looked out for eachother. In America, he feels a lacking of this tribal conscousness that he experienced in Kenya. But Jon persists and before long he is working three jobs and sending most of the money he earns to his mother and sister in Uganda and also to his Lost Boy brothers in Kenya.
The other night my friend Clay asked me what I thought about Michael Vick. I had just seen the DVD, God Grew Tired of Us and so I could not help but see the contrast between Jon Bul Dau and Michael Vick. Emotion shined from my eyes and my voice trembled as I stated that Michael Vick is very far from God. "He[Vick] had millions and millions of dallars and all he was doing was bankrolling an illegal dog fighting enterprise. It is just unbelievable to me that with all the suffering going on in the world that he'd do that with his resources. And then you look at Jon Bul Dau, and he is working in a factory, then he is working in McDonald's and what does he do next? He's sending his money to Africa to help his family!"
Clay listens intently and says: "I really like your take on Michael Vick, it is so hard to understand why he did that."
"Yeah, imagine Michael Vick, he's looked up to by millions, he is wealthy, famous and physically beautiful but inside all he has is contempt for all his fans. Why? Because he does not know God. He is very far from the spirit that runs thru all things. Even as it runs thru his heart, he is far away. He is not in his heart and that is why he could kill dogs for sport. He was crying for help. Meanwhile, in Africa, there is so much suffering. It is an area where he could make a difference. In contrast, Jon Bul Dau is now building a children's hospital in Sudan. Unbelievable! He was working at McDonald's! God bless you Jon!"