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.

What is Winter Solstice FOR? One marvelous writer’s provocative reflections.

I hauled my computer up here so that I could “do (astro) charts” for people who live here. Just now I hauled it into the main building so to briefly get on the internet. And guess what I found? This perfect piece for … Continue reading

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My Birthday, Solstice, Uranus, Venus, Pluto: EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

I take off this afternoon for the Oakwood Retreat Center with puppy Shadow. Off-line until Monday. Meanwhile, what a humdoozy of a Birthday (today) that participates in both the Sun’s union with the 27° Sagittarian Galactic Center (as it does … Continue reading

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Re: doctors and torture: POT CALLS KETTLE BLACK? (A tortuous, mostly failed, attempt to analyze differences)

No. Western medicine is NOT the pot calling the CIA torture kettle black. Not. That can’t be true. Is it? Well . . .  that certainly was my instant intuitive hit when I saw this headline. ‘Do No Harm': Doctors Blast Medical Professionals … Continue reading

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PHOTO ESSAY: Green Acres Holiday Open House

Expansive Jupiter is in generous Leo — at 22° as I write this. And our party felt downright Jupiterian. Hold on to your hats. This is going to be long. Mostly photos, however, so you needn’t fear my “logorrhea” (Geez, … Continue reading

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Holiday Open House approaches . . . 23 minutes to go . . .

Getting ready . . . notice the shirt I pull out once a year . . . Can’t believe how much I’ve morphed from the scrooge-like character of yesteryear who called “Bah humbug” to even a hint of holiday spirit. … Continue reading

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All over the world, during this Holy Solstice Season, we the people are learning to breathe — and feel, and think — together

Reader Rose just sent me a post about Australia that echoes one I uncovered about Pakistan and India. In both cases, it took a “terrorist” attack (who knows whose attack, really, or who put the “terrorists” up to it. We are, understandably, … Continue reading

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Christmas Message from Eminent Crop Circle Researcher Colin Andrews: “Why are we finding it so hard to love each other?”

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