Category Archives: Spiritual Practices


Fear is a Pornography We don’t Need

We suffer under a pornography of fear, it’s a state sponsored religion, a “blackwash” driven by the agenda oriented bent media that seeks to manipulate people’s ideas and feelings. Fear…


The Wilde Weekly: Thirty-Three Sages of the Plum Red Robes

The Wilde Weekly is at It’s The Thirty-Three Sages of the Plum Red Robes this week. Stuart Wilde. Click:


Outside the Panic Room

The alternative media keeps us abreast with news that the mainstream won’t touch. They like to coat things with a rosy hue, pretending nothing is wrong. I look at people…


Beauty – the Mother of Courage

Source: Ida Lawrence, A few days ago I tuned in to listen to an interview with trends forecaster, Gerald Celente. The conversation momentarily turned toward the beautiful environment Gerald has created…

Follow the Rabbit

The Hidden Door

When I first went for the hidden door a few people came with me. In telling you what happened you might better understand how to approach it yourself, if you…



People can still triumph in adverse times the trick is to go in the opposite direction to the popular emotion. Doing that grants you a different destiny. When everyone is…


Spiritual Practices – The Wet Heart

I was tossing and turning one night unable to sleep, there was very little ghoul activity in the Aluna Mirror worlds so I was a bit perplexed. I had my…


The Weekly Wilde: The Safety of Tenderness

This week’s Wilde Weekly “The Safety of Tenderness” is over at Click Here for Article  

The Book of Revelations Stats Going Ballistic Thanks to You All

Dear Extended Family: Thank you so much for helping me. The Internet stats at have gone ballistic thanks to you all posting on the social sites and telling your…

Aboriginal Australia

Fishing on Valentine’s Day in Aboriginal Australia

Hunting and gathering food from the land, is a major and daily activity amongst Aboriginal people in northern Australia. Everyday, family groups go in various directions, sometimes to the saltwater…