Epistle to the Philistines

Politicians blowing fascist dog whistles, outright speeches to separateness, suppressing public missals gerrymandering seeding distress, attempting to install permanent minority rule, new Society of Thule installing yes men and compromised in-divid-uals lacking in moral scruples. White House crumbling down, panic, distraction. Border militarization turning heads by design as judges appointed to district distraction, state and federal lines, long tenures sealing Justice’s gate f’r a long … Continue reading Epistle to the Philistines

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The Machine Eaters

Magpies burble outside frosty windows. Autumn sidles into view. I dreamed many things. Awakening is sharp on the spirit. All the old heroes are dead and buried and pushing up wilting flowers, soot-covered, frayed at the edges, desperate for a clean breath in the sickly yellow-glow of the industry. Red-faced oligarchs loot the coffers of citizenry taking human capital and freedoms of movement, speech, and … Continue reading The Machine Eaters

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Salvador Dalí and his Mystical world – Hard and Soft

In the beginning of the twentieth century, a peculiar stirring in the universe, one Salvador Dali. Born to Catalonian (community of Spain) parents in the north of Spain, Dali was the couple’s second. Their first had died prior to Dali’s birth, and it was into this bizarre situation of overshadowing that the young artist was thrown. Salvador Dali is perhaps best known for his work, … Continue reading Salvador Dalí and his Mystical world – Hard and Soft

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A tale of riverway

As I sit here with the wind rolling past my mountainside home, warm sun slowly reanimating the dormant insects and reptiles, first stirrings of cars in the distance; I am reminded of the pure and natural expression of the spiritual mind that can be found in the works of the Chinese sages of old. Simply put, the Tao is an unspeakable experience. It cannot be … Continue reading A tale of riverway

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The Game Of Good Vs Evil God Plays With Himself.

The illusions of duality exist to make the game God has created, fun for himself. Divided amongst infinite expressions in a free will universe God is free to play both the hero and the villain, the greatest good and the darkest evil. In this manner God not only can explore all possibility but embrace it to the fullest. In the game of good vs evil, … Continue reading The Game Of Good Vs Evil God Plays With Himself.

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Questions and The Doubts

  Asking Question is what makes you…. you. Question people. Question what people tell you. Question what people teach you. Question God. Question the God that people say exists. Question the God that human kind created. Question the books. Question the media. Question the internet. Question your family. Question so you can learn what YOU truly believe. Don’t follow someone blindly just because they told … Continue reading Questions and The Doubts

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Western Mind and the Nature

Why the hate for nature in the West?  What drives us to log the Amazon, to carpet the terrain with concrete? Well I think it has a little something to do with our cultural heritage, the influence of the Abrahamic religious traditions on our culture and their basic conception of the nature of reality Western monotheism is based on a monarchical concept of cosmic governance, … Continue reading Western Mind and the Nature

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Capitalism Idea: The Alchemical Revolution

I aim to show in the following paragraphs that our deep rooted sense of alienation and suffering in the modern world is a necessary and inescapable consequence of our continued adherence to the economic system of capitalism, and in fact that capitalism itself as a phenomenon cannot exist without it. I hope to demonstrate that there is no real place within the ideologies of capitalism … Continue reading Capitalism Idea: The Alchemical Revolution

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