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.

The magnitude of we’re up against, and one tiny, brilliant, symbolic response . . .

Sorry folks, again formatting issues, which seem to be turning random . . . Now I can’t fonts and sizes to work . . . VERY Saturn/Uranus. Saturn, the “formatting” (structure) that I set up which has worked for three years … Continue reading

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Lance White’s rant in response to my rant . . .

 A.K. Note to reader: I’m having formatting issues here, in both Safari and Chrome browsers. Can’t get paragraphs to space. Grrrr. From Ann Kreilkamp today: Then a few weeks ago, my friend Keith (while telling me, with seeming casualness, “I read it … Continue reading

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Paul Stamets and David Orr: So how DO we “save the planet” — and ourselves?

Answer: If it’s possible, and that’s a big IF, then it’s because we finally remember, re-member ourselves as Earthlings in deep, complex, intricate entanglement with our Earthly home; it’s because we finally go back to acknowledging the astonishing Intelligence of  Nature; it’s because … Continue reading

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Swami Beyondananda’s Sly Reminder: No matter what happens, LAUGH!

— Though written in 2009, perhaps even more crucial now. And BTW:, pay close attention to the big truths peeking through the grins.  Via Jay. Laughing at the Recession Tongue firmly in cheek, the Swami explains the potential benefits of … Continue reading

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Dancing the Peace Train in the Mideast

From a reader, this afternoon, a number of testimonies from women in the Mideast. I was having a lot of trouble formatting the complete post. So here’s the first one. Thanks so very much, Zarah! Hi Ann, I got this … Continue reading

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Post July 20-21: Fulford, Keenan, Wilcock, the cabal, and aliens.

On the day after the fabled July 20-21 period, when both Saturn and Uranus turned, controlling Saturn to go direct and wild Uranus to go retrograde, and the world did not blow up, here’s one of the threads of meaning that … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS: Urban food projects and transforming victim consciousness

Let’s channel Saturn (which turned to go direct yesterday) to funnel the wild, exciting Uranus energy on this day that it turns to go retrograde, to completely revolutionize our world-view, including the idea that we have to import GMO/pesticides/germicided “food-like” processed substances … Continue reading

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Current events through the lens of biting humor: three takes.

On this exciting, explosive Uranus-turning day when various pundits warn that we are now smack in the middle of the most dangerous period geopolitically in 69 years, surpassing even the Cuban Missile Crisis, let us throw up our hands and … Continue reading

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May we, and may our fearful culture, learn to walk hand in hand with our grief.

I absorbed, integrated, and expressed the full measure of conscious grieving when my husband died, of a heart attack, in 2003. For a full year afterwards, while living in solitude, I felt myself in communion with Jeff and immersed in the presence of … Continue reading

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FL ML17: did you know that the vast field of smoking carnage may actually be a “tiny roadside crash site”? Read on.

As the theories and rumors continue to swirl in the jittery ethers, this is the most interesting piece of possible info I’ve yet come across. And yes, it does remind of Flight 93 (Pennsylvania, in a field, 9/11, remember?) — except … Continue reading

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