I am watching Independence Day on SyFy as I write this. The aliens are villains. I have to wonder, if anyone believed in otherkin / starseeds / walkins / wanderers (beside the very few of us who do, or at least are willing to consider the possibility), would our lives or our freedom be at […]Read more "Independence Day"
A legend circulates, perhaps a true one, that the Chinese pictogram (equivalent of both a letter and a word) for “Crisis” is also the same for “Opportunity” and, in turn, “Danger.” I think that, from a physical vantage point, we are living in dangerous days. Almost anyone who faintly resembles a “serious” astrologer has pointed […]Read more "Danger and Opportunity"
I wonder if I could develop some sort of test or measure for Otherkin / Starseeds / Wanderers / Walk-ins as others have claimed to do. This is merely a fleeting thought and not anything I have plans to seriously pursue. May is nearly here, the middle of Spring, and Texas is beginning to heat […]Read more "I wonder if…."
Flying Cars and Alphabets I had seen in my dreams many times that flying cars would actually become a reality. Now that both Uber and Google have announced test markets, my dreams likely seem trivial to some. Uber will be testing here in Dallas, and Google in Phoenix. I suspect that these choices are anything […]Read more "Flying Cars and Alphabets"
Dire Straits: “I am a Soldier of Freedom in the Army of the Night.” That is a song called “Ride Across The River.” While working on my usual posts, and leaving the Youtube player playing (on top of SomaFM, weird even for me), this song came up. I found the lyrics to be galvanizing, especially […]Read more "Ride Across the River: Soldier of Freedom in the Army of the Night"
I am up far too late given an early morning appointment, so I will make this short, maybe adding to it later or writing followup entries. I will pose a question: do you have strange co-incidences in your life? Do they ever make you nervous? A friend of mine told me a story tonight. There […]Read more "Strange Coincidences"
I like to get the disclaimers out of the way up front. Let me do that. I have been wrong before. If I keep making predictions, then I will probably be wrong again. And, I have written about getting it wrong. If you are wrong, admit it and move on (unless your attorney advises you otherwise). […]Read more "France and the First Gate"