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An online friend posed a couple of questions that got me thinking. Their intent was to inspire finding and focusing personal passion in a income-generating, or work-related setting. I am in the fortunate position of being able to take one step further back from that view. While I am not sharing my personal excursion through this exercise, I am publishing the process. You can apply it to me from your view if you wish, but I am offering it to you for your own purposes that you may be inspired to do the exercise for yourself or others near and dear to you. Find a quiet space and ask yourself: What do I love doing? Just write them in […]

Autumnal Equinox

Our culture is mostly disconnected with natural rhythms. In days before humans channeled electrons through copper conductors, people were acutely aware of sun, moon and celestial cycles. Today we are oblivious. While your calendar may declare that today “autumn begins”, it is as if your rulers pronounced it so … just like “daylight savings time” where they change your clocks and circadian rhythm just to show you who is in charge. Truth is that today something very real happened. In its path around the sun, the Earth is now at such an angle that the day and night are as close to equal as they will be until the Spring Equinox. In a time where people were more aware and […]

cannabis in Montana

Led by the multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical industry, enemies of the valuable cannabis plant have kept it expensive in both money and risk to individual liberty for over 50 years. A plant that costs no more to grow than basil or oregano sells for 100 times what those non-prohibited herbs do. The worst part of this irrational war are the many costs to our society. Topping the list is our awful incarceration rate. A close second is that 99 dollars of the product cost goes to organized crime… with huge negative implications for liberty of all, even those not involved in either side of cannabis transactions. The United States is home to less than 5 percent of the world’s population but nearly […]

The Control-Matrix is Crashing

because the Truth-Seekers are Winning Posted on February 10, 2016 by Deus Nexus 21 Comments Matrix_neo Source: Zen Gardner | by Philip J Watt The way the masses view the world is a farce. Every single mainstream perspective is either purposely deceptive, or completely misses the point. Even the people in places of influence who we’re meant to trust have either sold out, or are just plain ignorant to the facts. There’s no need to have a heavy heart though; the matrix of control is crashing because the truth-seekers are dealing heavy blows to the false narratives that have for too long shaped the collective mindset of humanity. Of course the internet can be celebrated for being the primary […]

Who is filling your head?

Your brain can be used for thinking; processing information from the world around you. OR you can just just sit, absorbing stuff other people put in your head. In Jerry Mander’s (In the Absence of the Sacred, Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television) research he found that television/movie media came at the human brain too rapidly, relentlessly for the natural cognitive processes to analyze the data. He and his contemporaries used, and continue to use that fact to plant misinformation and marketing information in your head as if it were things you decided yourself. Distraction, respite from thinking, artificial inputs are so ubiquitous in our society that we accept it as a normal state, and are uneasy in the […]

Uncelebrating the Fourth

by Harry Browne July 4, 2003 Unfortunately, July 4th has become a day of deceit. On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress formally declared its independence from Great Britain. Thirteen years later, after a difficult war to secure that independence, the new country was open for business. It was truly unique — the first nation in all of history in which the individual was considered more important than the government, and the government was tied down by a written Constitution. It was the one nation where you could live your life secure in the knowledge that no one would ask for your papers, where you weren’t identified by a number, and where the government wouldn’t extort a percentage of your […]

You’ll never guess what really, really important very big thing just happened

Journalism died. American English died. Style and class died. This mini-rant brought to you by the common, modern, standard headline that tells you absolutely nothing about the article to follow. There is no enticement, not even sensationalism to attract legitimate readership. This is primarily an Internet being, where anyone with a keyboard can become a publisher … whether they have anything to say or not. Actually, now that I consider it a bit deeper, they are probably making it easier for us to avoid wasting time on poorly written articles by starting them off with lame headlines. Journalism used to teach, preach and insist on three fundamental parts to every story. Tell them what you are going to tell them. […]

question for the governor candidates

From the Great Falls Tribune: I have a question for you. We have a big LGBT event in Great Falls this weekend and my editors have asked me to pose this question: In the wake of Sunday’s shooting in Orlando, does the governor think that Montana is tolerant toward LGBT people here? Are there enough protections in place for the LGBT people? —————————— Phil, thank you for the opportunity to share my views of this situation. I truly appreciate it. The people of Montana are as tolerant of other people as anywhere in this country. There has been, and continues to be a deliberate effort to subdivide us into ever-smaller factions, then pit those factions against each other. We have […]