maja7777 / Pixabay 11721 Eastlight 62 EE (Earth Epic Calendar)Soundtrack in my head: No Joy, “Hollywood Teeth” I’ve read through the scientific studies on the COVID-19 vaccines. I’ve looked at infection rates on the national level, statewide level, and local level, and even in my own neighborhood. And I’ve talked with people who would be … Continue reading latest CDC mask guidance: are they smoking crack?
117.21 Southlight 0 EE (Earth Epic Calendar) Soundtrack in my head: Peter, Paul & Mary, "A Soalin'" TheDigitalArtist / Pixabay Happy solstice everyone! The Southern Solstice is a hemisphere-neutral term that describes the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere and the Summer Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere. (Also known as Yule and Litha respectively in … Continue reading happy solstice and new year!
darksouls1 / Pixabay 11.720 Westlight 83 EE (Earth Epic Calendar)Soundtrack in my head: Omnia, "Freedom Song" Earlier this year, on the day that I realized once again that I was a Pagan, I was determined to make my spiritual practice a deity-free practice. This was because when I left the Pagan community in my local … Continue reading humbled by people’s experiences with Pagan deities
11.720 Westlight 26 (Earth Epic Calendar) Soundtrack in my head: Midnight Oil, "Dreamworld Engin_Akyurt / Pixabay This is the second in a series of posts about the epic failure in the U.S. to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. It focuses more about the epic fail at the state and local level. The first one--focusing mostly on … Continue reading the COVID failed states of america
Engin_Akyurt / Pixabay 11.720 Westlight 7 EE (Earth Epic Calendar)Soundtrack in my head: P.M. Dawn, “A Watcher’s Point of View (Don’t ‘Cha Think)” The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed fundamental weaknesses of the United States government and the economy of the United States. A series of poorly though out decisions has created a dystopian nightmare that, … Continue reading the COVID failed state of America
I watched Vice President Joe Biden’s acceptance speech as the Democratic Party nominee for President. It was spectacular. He rose to the moment. But if you think this is a reason to vote blue no matter who, you need to know this: Voting blue is nowhere near enough on its own to uphold and protect our democracy. You have to be informed and aware of the issues, including some not reported in mainstream media. You have to be discerning as to where you get your information. And you have to be willing to criticize the people you voted for, so that they know that your loyalty to them is something they have to earn, rather than something they are entitled to.
You may have heard about the documentary Planet of the Humans. You should definitely see the movie, but read this post first.
Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's chief propagandist, said "If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it, and you will even come to believe it yourself." It's time to dismantle one of those oft-repeated lies. The truth is that the Democratic National Committee and US intelligence agencies are interfering in American elections. They aren't the only ones, but the DNC and US intelligence--with the help of most cable news channels and major newspapers--have been feeding Americans a steady diet of anti-Russia fearmongering. They are perpetrating a great Russian interference hoax with the explicit purpose of diverting American attention from ballot box machinations going on in this country. A global pandemic may have swept the globe, but we still face an election in November. However people may choose to vote, it is important that we discern fact from fiction as we make our choices at the ballot boxes.
I don’t even know where to begin when talking about my new home called Coronavirus Limbo. Coincidentally it looks a lot like my studio apartment. But there’s living in my apartment, and then there’s living in Coronavirus Limbo, Wisconsin. Outwardly, they look very similar, but inwardly, they feel very different.
If Planet Mercury's age was the equivalent of one day, the Greco-Roman pantheon from which the name comes from would have appeared only within the last one-tenth of a second of the day. As such, if someone tried to talk to Planet Mercury about its retrograde motion and its impact on our travel and communication, the ancient planet would likely respond, "Wait, what?"