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 (ganggarden.wordpress.com). See www.tendrepress.com for bio, etc.

Ram Dass: “I am one who actually delights in being with people as they are dying — because I know I am going be in the presence of Truth.”

Right at the last moment, she said, “Richard, sit me up.” So I sat her up and put her legs over the edge of the bed. Her body was falling forward, so I put my hand on her chest and … Continue reading

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40% of Gaza now Israel’s scorched earth “buffer zone,” along with untold numbers of bodies under the rubble

I remember seeing this map of the new Israeli “buffer zone” of 40% of what’s left of Gaza, but couldn’t remember where. And BTW: yes, the latest “cease fire” collapsed within hours. I walk past old men and teenagers trying to … Continue reading

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Fukushima fear porn?

I received this email from a friend today: Hi Ann: I sent your blog: http://exopermaculture.com/2014/07/31/fukushimas-ongoing-possible-ramifications-sea-creature-die-off-and-california-thunderbolts/ to friends who are from the Pacific Northwest, now living in Phoenix, but who are leaving tomorrow for a month stay there and frequently visit. Charlie had some … Continue reading

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The view from here, August 1, 2014: Feeling split, between local and global

Think about it. Let’s see now, ML #17 downed in Ukraine, when? July 17, 2014. That’s only two weeks ago! BRICs Development Bank deal signed, when? July 15, 2014. Israel begins Gaza “land invasion,” when? July 17, 2014, within an hour … Continue reading

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Our extractive, consumerist “economy” (egonomy) screens the real “ECO-nomy” found within our immersion in original Nature (inner and outer).

Remember Story of Stuff? Well, this posting puts more meat on dem bones. First, a deeply educational cartoon video. Via Lance. Next, moving from the false god of consumerism to the endlessly creative spacious presence masked by our feverish mental and emotional ins and outs, … Continue reading

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Ebola!!?!

Re: this latest “be very afraid scenario,” to me it looks like Jon Rappoport hits the nail on the head. What a concept! Pandemics as the most efficient type of psy-op to initiate chaos, lock down, martial law, police state. … Continue reading

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Fukushima’s Ongoing Possible Ramifications: Sea creature die-off and California thunderbolts?

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about die-offs, possibly due to Fukushima. But it may be the most widespread and serious. • Why Are Massive Numbers of Sea Creatures Dying Along the West Coast Right Now? Remember the weird multiple lightning … Continue reading

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Israel and Palestine in Context: History of the shattering of the Middle East during the last 100 years

Via Rose, a piece she calls “succinct and to the point,” but I immediately got lost in the various British machinations, alliances and conflicting promises, and how basically, ever since World War I, the Middle East and its people have … Continue reading

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John Oliver: on America’s StrangeLove of Nuclear Weapons

Brilliant, deeply educational rant. However, apparently Oliver doesn’t realize that ETs have both prevented all those accidents and probably made sure the weirdos in charge don’t discharge, despite their peckerdillos. See Robert Hastings, UFOs and Nukes.

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Ran Prieur: a rant on universities and student loans

This post pretty well summarizes the ongoing corporatization of the university from the point of view of a person who has just now managed to finally pay off the last of his student loan, and is seeing red, as he … Continue reading

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