Author Archives: Ann Kreilkamp

About Ann Kreilkamp

I'm a Ph.D. philosopher, author, magazine founder and editor, and consulting astrologer who took the Permaculture Design Course in 2007. In 2009 I deepened my committment to both "above" and "below" by starting to attend UFO conferences and founding a neighborhood permaculture garden ( See for bio, etc.

Reflections on “sheeple,” the word, the phenomenon

Note: this will be my final post for this summer. Starting tomorrow, I will be traveling to Clarks Fork, Minnesota, there to camp out in a field with 400 other permaculturists for a full week at the North American Permaculture Convergence and … Continue reading

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Letter from a Reader re: “sheeple”: Point well taken, THANK YOU!

“Julie” (her real name) has given me permission to post her very insightful private email to me today re: the use of the word “sheeple,” and how it demeans suffering humanity. Thank you so much for calling me to attention here, … Continue reading

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David Wilcock: September, when we shut down the Carnival of Death

When I saw the new Fulford blurb I figured a new Wilcock comment couldn’t be far behind. Here it is, and it’s meaty, and it feels right. Plus, no self-promotion this time. YES! Wilcock comments on Fulford’s new post August … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment Let’s reinvent the concept of “home”

This reminds me of the experiment that we’re initiating here, in our little two-home urban farmstead as one hub of the forming Green Acres Neighborhood Ecovillage. And BTW: I promised forgot to take a picture of the six of us, four … Continue reading

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Truth Teller Dan Rather, on TV pundits beating the war drums: what do you mean, we have to “do something” — in Ukraine, Syria, China’s ocean? Eh?

Via talkingpointsmemo Dan Rather to CNN, on Sunday, August 24, 2014: ” . . .  the war drums have been beating along the Potomac for some little while, accentuated in recent weeks and now in recent days. As a citizen — … Continue reading

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How to read the (MSM) “news”: Always, by asking, cui bono? Who benefits?

And pretty soon, if you make a habit of asking that question, the (MSM) news becomes easier and easier to “read” — and scoff at. Because of course, what we’ve been mind-kontrolled to view as “news” is by definition, these days, … Continue reading

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David Swanson, on War — and what about ET and War?

Every time I read a new essay by peace activist and scholar David Swanson, see I learn something. Something new about war. I didn’t think there was anything new that I could learn about war. After all, war has … Continue reading

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