Thursday, March 22, 2012


Mark 4:22 (Jer) "For there is nothing hidden but it must be disclosed, nothing kept secret except to be brought to light."

From the Gutenberg Bible site
Heb 4:12-13 (Phi) For the word that God speaks is alive and active; it cuts more keenly than any two-edged sword; it strikes through to the place where soul and spirit meet, to the innermost intimacies of a man's being: it examines the very thoughts and motives of a man's heart. No creature has any cover from the sight of God; everything lies naked and exposed before the eyes of him with whom we have to deal.

From the east another speaks loudly.

"Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe simply because it has been handed down for many generations. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is written in Holy Scriptures. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of Teachers, elders or wise men. Believe only after careful observation and analysis, when you find that it agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all. Then accept it and live up to it."   

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

More on 9/11

Personally, I do not like Alex Jones, though you can't shoot the messenger, right?  I think it's his sense of necessity for exposure and I question his motives.  Either way some of his information is worth investigating.  Here's his site with an interview with a civil rights activist, Dick Gregory who discloses that he was warned the day before Sept. 11 to leave NYC.  In addition, the article gives links from Newsweek and The New York Daily News who also state high level officials given warning to be weary of the New York vicinity that day.  Awww, come on people, what you think?

As Seen Online:

This photo taken Sept. 11, 2001 by the New York City Police Department and obtained by ABC News, which claims to have obtained it under the Freedom of Information Act, shows smoke and ash engulfing the area around the World Trade Center in New York.(AP Photo) Courtesy of

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Confucius Says.....

Wow, seems like this was yesterday, but was deduced 500 and 400 years BC. 
"Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself" - Confucius 

He's most known for aphorisms, as he's known to have orally taught and communicated yet with assistance of his followers, his legacy was preserved in their analects.  The Cannons of Confucianisms, sounds reminiscent of the works of the Bible.

Aphorisms of Confucius:

Link to the Canonical Books of Confucianism:

The Man, Myth and Legend photo courtesy of BBC Radio

Monday, March 19, 2012

Spirits in the Material World

Sometimes the classic becomes fresh.  Stewart Copland is not British?  Wow, plus he's been in a whole lot of tv and movies scenes according to IMBD.  Recently, on Storage Wars?  Oh snaaapp.  Plus love the commentary at the end of the video.

There is no political solution
To our troubled evolution
Have no faith in constitution
There is no bloody revolution

We are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world

Our so-called leaders speak
With words they try to jail you
The subjugate the meek
But it's the rhetoric of failure
We are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world

Where does the answer lie?
Living from day to day
If it's something we can't buy
There must be another way

We are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world
Are spirits in the material world

Sunday, March 18, 2012

I is Are U?

I'm a huge Ancient Aliens fan and watcher but not a fanatic in the belief of all the general principles of the show but I love to keep in my reserves, the file cabinet of my mind that perhaps one day more solid proof will become normalized or accepted.  Here's a video that new artifacts indeed exists and of course no alien has come forth to claim it as theirs, the speculation continues but the thought in empirical evidence is just too fun to ignore.

Actions of One or Few affects the Masses

After reviewing some information, though seriously small, concerning Bradley Manning, the young man supposedly leak info to Wikileaks, consideration about the incident follows.  Mr. Manning may have acted with good intentions but his actions has created a frenzy concerning confidentiality and in my opinion had created a precedent concerning each and every one of our civil rights to privacy.  It may be he was on the exposure train trying to undo injustice in his opinion, however, the response of his actions has resulted in equal clamor to cap down on the stream of consciousness by invading emails, websites viewed, etc. as companies like Google has been pressed to forfeit records and stats to essentially spy on each and everyone of us.

Bradley Manning, photo courtesy of
Now let us not be naive concerning government actions and sometimes public safety, as closed doors are shut for a purpose.  The deliberation in such meetings are as necessary as individual privacy for minds meet to compete, protect and ensure diligence and hopefully ethical responses to some of most crucial issues society must endure.  It may be our own country and government has been lied to for centuries, if not obviously decades.  If indeed this man exposed documents that weren't for public eyes, than indeed he stole and possibly committed treason in the eyes of higher ups.  His actions were not of immediate danger but have profound ramifications.  His trial is still yet to be determined.  For more opinion on his actions, read here.

In lew of his actions and others, like hackers Anonymous, the lines have been drawn in the sand with the message, "You mess with us, we'll mess with you."  It becomes a silly tit for tat in my opinion.  If we don't have more to worry about?  In some higher plane of existence, such actions are noble but goes beyond that as the general public are watching a pissing contest that has no real relevance it seems.  The government and powers that be have been strategizing a backlash with the attempts to control the internet.  It's happening before our very eyes and clicks on keyboards.  Small examples are everywhere and monitored i.e. link.  Civility has left the building and the sufferers are the commoners, like children of a nasty divorce.

Will Civility be reduced to a salon/spa, like this in Japan?
Is the duty or concern then of average citizens to inform and arm themselves with the ideals we hold as values, morals and principles against the grain of the machine?  Absolutely but the evolution of things will work slow and backwards and might require a disassembling.  However our concerns are for the future and if not our own generations but those who come after as our children will carry on.  In what direction?  It is the individual that determines, left or right or in-between as it is also the current system we have.  No government in the world today has a successful third party but with all the bickering and non productive arguing between just the two domineering parties we are without voice as they negate each other.  Counterproductive in my opinion.   With population growth booming allowing entrance of another voice seems crucial but it won't be in my lifetime and whether everyone else gets on board with the idea, how would it work effectively?  Questions and answers are unknown and that may scare the daylights of those with rigid thinking and applications.  Yet, we dream to have choice in this world and perhaps one day we'll let go enough to see other choices still exist.

ex·is·tence  (g-zstns)
1. The fact or state of existing; being.
2. The fact or state of continued being; life: our brief existence on Earth.
a. All that exists: sang the beauty of all existence.
b. A thing that exists; an entity.
4. A mode or manner of existing: scratched out a meager existence.
5. Specific presence; occurrence: The Geiger counter indicated the existence of radioactivity.
Synonyms: existence, actuality, being
These nouns denote the fact or state of existing: laws in existence for centuries; an idea progressing from possibility to actuality; a point of view gradually coming into being.
Antonym: nonexistence

Friday, March 9, 2012

Tickling Hope

A little bit of hope of what we are doing here on Earth.  From Truth Theory, who's motto is Education is your duty.  The article is on 2012:  Evidence Suggests Defeat for the New World Order.  I hate the idea of anyone considering me a conspiracy nut but look at the trail of evidence.  It is mounting and substantial to draw your own conclusion, especially is it possible?  In addition to knowing it is possible, then making an internal decision to do something about it and currently at the end of the day, it is to share our concerns with someone.  Hoping the mind will go and investigate a little more or the conscious will evoke it's right to knowledge and understanding.  Perhaps, is all I can conclude.
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Monday, January 30, 2012

A Must Share

While aware of the accusations and against whom concerning 9/11's Twin Towers and the crash into the Pentagon, this list from trutv gives a insightful look into incidents prior and after that fateful day.  It begs to question what we know and what we've been told.   It is disheartening in most matters as the connections and links that we have had to investigate as top officials may be reluctant to widely acclaim.  It erodes the foundations of this nation.

I am not a con theorist but think of the words of conspiracy, for we are not the one conspiring but those who might have done just that are openly shut and yet still so free.  It is a perversion of justice if the facts and money trail led to what the consensus may in the future concedes as truth.  What will it take?  I don't embrace the notion with 100 percent claim but the threat levels are similar to the orange red status that warned us after 9/11 as what has come about has been a considerable decline in our economy and prosperity.  On the upside, the people of this country refuse to bow to the shoveling of the ashes under the carpet as seen by the demonstrations of the 99%.  The demand for accountability is on almost everybody's mind.

The link is as it says, 23 coincidences.  Nothing more and nothing less but it says a lot and something that should remain in our consciousness as a country.  After looking at the 23 incidents, I ask myself a solemn question and it was addressed in Canada and by others.  However, knowing that others have found some serious discrepancies in the facts surrounding 9/11 is comforting.

Exam it on your own.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Cultivate Freedom

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From advancing Argonaut to artistic Astronaut, a representative of culture must define the concept of theme or topic. The knowledge of concepts revolves around the ideas of notions. It’s scientifically taught to children in the formulation of hypothesis. In other words, guesses.  It requires taking chances to develop a theory and routine in cultivating that first notion or guess. While these ideas are universal as we desire knowledge to give us perspective of our current world the social concepts vary dependent on the countries or regions of the world. The word culture is derived from Latin’s cultura which comes from the word colere. The epistemology of colere means honor, cherish, worship, live in, inhabit, till or simplified to cultivate. It is a present and future word and not referred to as past tense. defines the word “cultivate” as “to prepare, use, promote, produce, develop, devote or seek.” In these words alone a sense of responsibility comes to mind. The ideas of mindfulness are rooted in Buddhists teachings as a central role in meditation where “correct” or “right” deductions are paths to liberation and also enlightenment. As the word enlightenment is overrated as some obscure mystical plane of consciousness, the ideas of revealing truth are self developing.

Take the idea of film as we know it, the future concept will make the past concept obsolete as the negatives of yesterday disappear from the small drive through kiosks to the corner drug store as former formats of development become digital. In essence the word culture is often misused and distorted in its meaning. In life, everything we do is a part of some culture or another, whether it is work customs, mass media perception, high society aestheticism or family traditions we cannot escape the concept of culture. It is ingrained into our personalities as building blocks of experiences. It would be ill advised to say that all people are cultured for some resist the norm. Culture is a human creation, in its anthropological scientific definitions, it has two distinct traits. According to, “culture is the full range of learned human behavior patterns.” The first notable use of the word was used by the pioneer Anthropologist Edward B. Tylor in 1871. In his book Primitive Culture, Tylor said that culture is “that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, law, morals, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.”

If people can’t relate to any of these perceptions of thought then a person’s growth is stunted and the rest of society is stunned. Generally, the very ill of society with physical and mental disabilities or traumas often derails them from learning and growing within their environment. As that’s said, culture is environment and manmade misperceptions of what we are supposed to learn as a member of society is rigid and the term culture is often reserved for the upper-class with their ideals of high culture, the arts and humanities of a particular society. If culture is reduced to “learned behaviors” as we leave home and venture into the day, then what separates us from animals and other creatures of habit? The answer being speech, language and higher communications, while one of the most joyful attributes that is limited to the animal kingdom including humans is laughter and other indicators of happiness. The presumption used to be that only humans and hyenas could laugh but research has shown that other animals also possess the gift of giggles, like cows, calves, horses, monkeys and most in dogs. How could we forget the orangutan, Clyde in the 1978 movie, Every Which Way but Loose?

From sticks and stones people have evolved in creating man-made archives and buried treasures. However, they only give insight and clues to the type of culture for that time and place. It is intuition that reveals the unseen. With the onset of the internet, within a few clicks.  Culture today is no longer limited by borders or national identities. In the U.S., the great keystrokes we can visit the past in lightening (broadband) speed and restructure previous findings. It is a true stroke of genius and human nature will dictate how we will utilize, consume and examine our discoveries. In this new age, we are connected and cyber-culture unlocks the mental agility, creative engine and social discourse for a purpose - to culture.American melting pot, the residue of the dish du jour is as tasty of a full course meal.   The delight is revolutionary and Revelations unfold like a napkin in our laps. If we are then within a global family, it becomes the responsibilities of older generations to remind the youth what was. Access has become encompassing for optimal health, mental, spiritual, physical and social growth in comparison to just a few decades ago. Thus, the future is open for interpretation. What sign and what time will you participate in? Explore your eras.

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