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.

Julian Rose: We are spiders, spinning, full of intention, determined, guided by the Divine.

Yes, yes. Let all the rest go.   Spinning the Web of Life September 22, 2014 by Julian Rose Spiders do it. Take a look – oh what an amazing creation! Working their way out from the first circle; … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox, 2014: Current State of our Green Acres Urban Farmstead

Over the past year, this little two-house urban farmstead in the Green Acres Neighborhood Ecovillage that includes the GANG (Green Acres Neighborhood Garden) has undergone a complete regenerative overhaul. It started when I had to let go of not one, … Continue reading

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“They” just couldn’t “wait” any longer. Trigger fingers itchy. Bombs away: ISIS, Syria!

For “breaking” news on the U.S. and its current “Oh goodie, it’s about time!” bombing if “ISIS” in Syria, you might go to Jean Haines site, as she keeps on top of the madness. Meanwhile, according to peace activist David Swanson, … Continue reading

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One man’s trajectory through the shimmering

I’m surprised that this man, JC Collins, is so young! An old soul, then.  I discovered his blog a few months ago, and though I don’t always comprehend where he’s going and did not, until this post, get even a … Continue reading

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Chakras, Take Two: “Is it time to let them go?”

My recent post on Chakras rang a few internal bells, apparently. See the comment section to that piece. WOW! Are chakras the original mind-control implants? To that collection of “pros” and “cons” I’ll add another “con” from someone whom I asked to read the … Continue reading

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Denver: “Game Changer for Homelessness in the U.S.”?

Via Ryan. ‘Only Development Of Its Kind’ Gets It Right Offering Housing, Medical, Mental Care To Homeless and/or, is this the kind of thing that a centralized state would love to offer those its policies have made homeless: open-air prisons for … Continue reading

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Sunday’s People’s Climate March: assessment and aftermath

By this time most people are aware of the 400,000 strong Climate Change March in NYC, that even exceeded the high expectations set for it. Not because network news covered it. CLIMATE WHAT? TV networks drop the ball on Climate March … Continue reading

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