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.

Full Moon in Virgo/Pisces lights up Jupiter/Neptune: BEWARE (BE AWARE OF) ILLUSIONS!

I talked with podmate Rebecca for a while around dinnertime this evening, outside, sitting in the Green Acres Lounge — we were going to discuss what needs to be done around here (Virgo) and ended up discussing our dreams (Pisces) — … Continue reading

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Minnesota Boundary Waters: Threats, Polarization, and Amazing Activism

For an even wider view: It’s long been clear to me that unless we humans remember our love for this beautiful planet, we will not be moved to take action to preserve and protect her. Yet personal contact with pristine nature is no … Continue reading

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Multi-purpose refugee “tent”: BRILLIANT DESIGN!

So excited to see human imagination put to work for transformation. Via Korrine. A SUSTAINABLE TENT THAT COLLECTS RAINWATER, FOLDS UP FOR EASY TRANSPORT AND STORES SOLAR ENERGY? SOUNDS VISIONARY, RIGHT? BUT THIS IS THE INVENTION OF JORDANIAN-CANADIAN ARCHITECT, DESIGNER … Continue reading

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The FIRE this time.

I’d agree with everything in this article except the title. We DO care. We are in shock. Everything is on fire and no one cares Image via Keith, from oneearth.org.    

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Yesterday, on my first day home, three extraordinary encounters.

Yesterday, on my first full day home, I enjoyed three encounters that, one by one, blew my mind, already opened even wider and deeper by the Boundary Waters experience. The first two encounters occurred because I now regularly choose to plunge beneath … Continue reading

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Return from Minnesota Boundary Waters: Short recap; hopefully, more to come.

I confess I’m internally still there, at the border between Minnesota and Canada, communing, and yet I do promise, IF events here and elsewhere don’t catch me so swiftly that I can’t look back even for a moment, to soon give a fuller … Continue reading

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Midway through three-week journey: REPORT

Sunday, August 16. Just returned form a fabulous broasted chicken meal at The Junction Grill near Babbitt, down the road from Ely, during which I read lots of maps and other p.r. pieces about this beautiful place on Planet Earth. Got into … Continue reading

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Final Update Saturn in Scorpio vs. Jupiter in Leo . . .GRATIAS!

“Final” in the sense that this particular story does seem to have ended, and so now I will add this one more post. See previous Saturn in Scorpio posts. But of course, it’s absolutely no big deal in the big scheme … Continue reading

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Saturn in Scorpio Squeezes Jupiter in Leo — again! (Probably final post for next three weeks.)

It’s time to laugh! “Ha ha ha.” Don’t ask the tone those haha’s are delivered in  . . . Note: if you haven’t seen my other recent Saturn/Jupiter posts, check out this and this and this! Last night I was cleaning … Continue reading

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Lammas again: The Promised “Photo Essay” both is and is not!

I said yesterday that I would publish a photo essay on our Lammas event over the weekend. That our new podmate Bradley, who is a professional photographer, would upload whatever he got that evening while also eating, drinking and being … Continue reading

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