Coin-incidences aplenty – #synchrotrack

After posting that Alpha and Omega bit yesterday, I had a coin-incidence occur that was so blatant, so undeniable, so utterly implausible that I literally laughed out loud. Shortly after posting it (within 2 hours), I just happened to be listening to BMTG (Bob Marley Tuff Gong radio) on SiriusXM, when I caught the words the singer was saying, and I was dumbfounded –

“I am the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end…”

WOW. Now I know – there are those who would say this is just a random occurrence, blah blah blah. But ask yourself honestly – how many times in the last year have you heard or used the terms “Alpha and Omega” together? And what exactly would the statistical chances be of writing about those terms, and then hearing a song – a song that I just found out was JUST released a few days ago, adding to the improbability! – on a REGGAE station of all places, of that EXACT title, that is literally about the very subject..??? I mean, even my wife, who is very skeptical about this stuff said, “Maybe the aliens are trying to talk to you?” Lol.

And yeah – backtracking a bit, here is a link to the twitter post from yesterday:

What I DIDN’T know, until literally just now, is that that song was just released on Friday!

So odds that were already astronomical just went up even more. If I had published that post last week, the song literally wouldn’t even exist on the airwaves yet. But wait – there’s more!

Turns out, someone else on Twitter has been experiencing some coin-incidences with Alpha and Omega too, and just happened to be looking into the meanings of Aleph and Tov just yesterday:

Ok, ok – this is just all too much. I mean, it really is, right? It can’t be just me who sees the utter implausibility of all these things happening by mere chance alone. Especially not to someone like myself who actually coined (bad pun) a special term (actually, my good friend Doug did – miss you brother) for special ones, “coin-incidence.” No, there is no amount of explaining or mathematical or statistical gymnastics that could make me think anything other than this is Source/God/Universe/Spirit/ETI/Higher Selves/Whatever communicating with us.

So I have decided that rather just sit back and go “Woooowwww….!” as I have been the last several years, I would like to actually DO something with the information. And not just me – I would like to see if other people would be interested in studying THIS phenomenon more closely. I know most of us are already really busy with all kinds of other stuff, and people are studying that ‘other’ phenomenon voraciously right now –

but what if all I asked is people to tag their Twitter posts so I could find them easily? I’m thinking/hoping that might work, and asking folks to tag super special synchronistic posts with “#synchrotrack” so that I can gather them up and see if I, or anyone else who’s interested, can gain any insights from them. For the #ufotwitter crowd, who knows – perhaps this is a manner by which ETI attempts to communicate with us? For us mystics, maybe it’s the Universe/Source? For others, maybe there is some as-of-yet-unknown kind of physics behind it? In any case, just like the other phenomenon, this is real, and as one of my Twitter friends said, “This is important.”

Of course I don’t have a huge following on Twitter, and I’m not sure most people know quite what to make of me, so this could be a bit of a flop. But even if just one or 2 other people participate, it will be 2-3 times as much info as I have on my own, so that’s a good thing! And as with everything in this realm – I am just doing what I feel I am being guided to do honestly. And whether or not anyone else does participate, I am listening, I am paying attention, and I am going to start taking it a little more seriously, see if I can figure out if there is deeper meaning and communication behind these events. I hope that others will join in the Quest – should be fun! #synchotrack , away!

The Alpha and the Omega – the beginning, and the end

It has been an insane week in the world of climate news. Yesterday, the high in Portland, OR was 115F. Absolutely astonishing. And there was a place in Canada that reached 116F! Just think about that for a minute – Canada. 116 degrees Fahrenheit. Anyone who tries to just brush that off as, “Oh, yeah – those things happen” is completely delusional. Those things do NOT happen. In fact, they haven’t ever happened before. The weather forecaster on CBS described the current heat dome over the Pacific Northwest as a “once in a millennium” occurrence, something you would expect to see only once every 1,000 years. And about that heat dome –

Anyone who knows me knows I am really into symbolism, and am constantly looking for little clues from the Universe, little messages sent to us through symbols, occurrences, and my personal favorite, coin-incidences (was just corresponding with someone on Twitter about them this morning). So my ears DEFINITLEY pricked up when I heard the words “Omega block” in reference to the historic heat dome that is literally baking the upper northwest.

Immediately, the words “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end” popped into my head. Now I understand that this – this specific heat dome – applies only to the US and Canada, so to make some greater prophetic interpretation of it would definitely be biased and America-centric. I would think that any prophecy that truly involves the whole world would pertain to – well, the whole world. But just because this Omega block is only here, now, that doesn’t mean the rest of the world isn’t seeing signs of their own. In fact, Europe and Russia are getting hammered with heat too. A quick perusal of this article will show just how bad it is there too:

It’s so hot, they have to use purple now to show the heat levels – we are way past the dark red:

I’m sure some people would read a post like this and think it is “doom n’ gloom.” And to be certain, it is disturbing, unsettling, and perhaps even a little frightening –

that is, if you only believe in the material aspect of the world, of reality. That’s not to say I’m not concerned, or even a little frightened, because I am. But I also look at what’s happening through the lens of ancient (and some not-so-ancient) prophecy. And I’m not just talking Biblical, although the Bible does have a quite a bit of prophetic content. No, if you read back over my posts (Return of the Gods?) you will see that I am talking about Hopi, Buddhist, Jewish, etc etc prophecies that all point to the same thing. And, for the UAP crowd, you could even take into account what the visitors told the kids at the Ariel school, the warning they gave.

So what does all this mean to me? It means that the time has come to truly decide what we want to believe in. Again, going to the Bible, I remember this verse – “And men’s hearts shall fail them for fear and for looking after those things which shall come on the world.” I think it’s pretty easy to see some of that is already happening. But I think of the other things that were said as well – about those who believe being saved; and not necessarily believing in Jesus – believing in God/Spirit/Universe/whatever. And personally, this has always been my favorite thing to read when I get feeling a little anxious. This was supposedly given by a Hopi elder, and I absolutely love it.

So if you are feeling a little concerned, maybe even a little frightened about the time we are in, please read this. This is the source of the ‘we are the ones we’ve been waiting for’ comment that often gets referenced (by me anway! Lol). Don’t let fear consume you. This was all foretold, and there is something beautiful waiting just on the other side. The old saying “No pain, no gain” is more of a spiritual axiom than people realize. So be strong, and know you are not alone. You never have been – never will be 🙂

A Hopi Elder Speaks

“You have been telling the people that this is the Eleventh Hour, now you must go back and tell the people that this is the Hour.  And there are things to be considered . . .

Where are you living?
What are you doing?
 What are your relationships?
Are you in right relation?
Where is your water?
Know your garden.
It is time to speak your Truth.
Create your community.
Be good to each other.
And do not look outside yourself for the leader.”

Then he clasped his hands together, smiled, and said, “This could be a good time!”

    “There is a river flowing now very fast.  It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid.  They will try to hold on to the shore.   They will feel they are torn apart and will suffer greatly. 

    “Know the river has its destination.  The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above water.   And I say, see who is in there with you and celebrate.  At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally, Least of all ourselves.  For the moment that we do,  our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt. 

    “The time for the lone wolf is over.  Gather yourselves!  Banish the word struggle from you attitude and your vocabulary.  All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration. 

    “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.”

— attributed to an unnamed Hopi elder

Hopi Nation

Oraibi, Arizona

The “religion smorgasbord” – part 2

I presented the first 3 courses of my 7 course spiritual meal a few days ago. Today, I present the next 4 – enjoy!

Hermeticism: the classic “As above, so below;” how the One becomes Many, and the Many, One; alchemy, which is really the process creating a perfected (or as close as possible) human.

It’s hard to actually state what it is Hermeticism addresses, because it’s profoundly deep, yet simple. That’s to say, there aren’t a lot of big words used, but there are multiple layers of meaning to the teachings. What I refer to with this reference is primarily the works of the “Divine Pymander,” which are ascribed to the legendary Hermes Trismegistus. There is also another view or aspect of Hermeticism, which takes into account several different teachings, including Kabballah. But that one is big enough, that it deserves its own entry (below.) Hermeticism is often associated with magick, and rightly so. When one reads the works, one can see the roots or flavors of almost all the world’s religions.

Kabballah: the “science” of God; the study of how an infinite being can manifest on a limited plane of existence; deep explanations of the different aspects and characteristics of the godhead.

I like to think of Kabballah as the “thinking person’s” spiritual study. I used to wonder a lot about God – whether it was possible to really know anything about him/her/it. How can a finite mind in a 3 dimensional body even begin to know what an infinite, boundless being/energy is really like? Well, Kabballah does probably the best job of any tradition of taking a deep dive into those very questions. If you hooked your house up directly to the power lines that run out of a generating station, it would be incinerated. The power is stepped down via a system of transformers. The same happens with the power of the Infinite, and Kabballah explains how.

The Templar Tradition (based purely on the book of the same title): the Quest for spiritual Truth; explanations of many of the deeper mysteries in the Western Tradition; the importance of the Divine Feminine; the origin of humankind.

When I came across the book “The Templar Tradition” in 1994, it truly was – is – like the Holy Grail to me. I had been studying spiritual wisdom, in particular the life of Christ, secret societies, Gnosticism, etc, and I had SO many questions. I actually found the book after a long string of synchronicities, which I refer to as “the coin-incidence,” and it provided many of the answers I was looking for, and in a way that resonated deeply with me as being Truth. It should be said here that I am not on some mission to inculcate a reverence for it into everyone, or create some movement based on it, etc. In fact, some people might read it, and find it lacking. But for me personally, it was life-changing, and defines my spirituality. It bears very little resemblance to all the modern media tales of the Knights Templar, and reveals the fact that one of the secret missions of the Templars was to unite the three great world religions at that time – Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. The book has been out of print for a long time, and sometimes, seems like it doesn’t even exist, outside of the copy I have lol. If you follow me on Twitter, I like to post little nuggets from it.

Quantum Physics (I know, I know, not technically a religion): describes possible mechanisms behind spiritual concepts like ‘everything is connected,’ ‘all is mind,’ ‘believing is seeing;’ a branch of science that no one can completely explain, and includes things that should not be possible given the current laws of physics.

Ok, gotta’ say right off the bat, hardcore materialists, scientists, and atheists HATE when spiritual people bring up quantum physics. They can’t stand the fact that such silly people as those who believe in a God would dare to reference something they OWN – the study of a branch of physics. But see, that’s the thing – they don’t own it, even though they think they do. And as much as they have tried, they still cannot completely explain how it is that the things at the quantum level can happen as they do. Concepts like entanglement, superposition, quantum tunneling – if you read up on them , they seem downright supernatural: the ability of 2 particles, even in different galaxies, being connected such that acting on one INSTANTLY affects the other, greatly exceeding the speed of light; an electron existing as a wave, but somehow “knowing” if it is observed, which causes that wave to collapse such that it becomes a particle – unobserved, it goes back to acting like a wave; the ability, based on the phenomenon of superposition, of a particle to traverse physical barriers, as if walking through walls. All of this is quantum physics – provable, actual effects at the quantum level.

And right now, if I was posting this on Facebook or another social media platform, the materialists would descend on this to explain how all of this is wrong – they can describe exactly how all these things happen, and there is nothing “mystical” about it. But the thing is, they can’t – not yet, not completely. They have resorted to theories like “multiple universes,” where every single time anyone makes any decision at all, an entirely new universe branches off, ad infinitum. Now, how that is an explanation – it certainly is not provable – I don’t quite know. But I guess it makes them feel better, so… Lol. Personally, I and many others believe that many of the answers to so-called paranormal or supernatural phenomenon lie in quantum physics. And if you’ve listened to any of the stuff from Lue Elizondo recently, talking about UAPs, he mentions “quantum processes” very often.

So there you have it – the spiritual smorgasbord that feeds my soul. Interestingly enough, the current focus on the UAP/UFO phenomenon really seems to be igniting synchroniticies again, for me and numerous others, from what I read on #ufotwitter – an online community of UAP/UFO enthusiasts that I have become part of. And I love it, because there are so many open-minded people who are part of it. I guess you kinda’ have to be to believe in the reality of those things. And to be certain, there are all different kinds of people, beliefs, viewpoints, motives. I personally believe that spirituality is a totally individual thing -there are as many different “religions” as there are people. It is up to each of us to find that perfect recipe that allows us to progress further on the path to Truth. If anything I have said here helps anyone in the tiniest way, then I will be very grateful indeed to be able to pay back Spirit for all the guidance and help I have received on my Quest for the Grail. Many blessings to you on your path to Truth.

The “religion smorgasbord” – a modern approach to spirituality

The first 3 courses of a 7 course meal

It’s almost inevitable that any time someone mentions anything about spirituality on social media, someone else will trot out the well-known claims about the damage done by religion. And to be honest, they’re not wrong. A lot of atrocities and and heartaches have been perpetrated “in the name of God.” Of course most often here in the West, that god is the Judeo-Christian one, and indeed, many people, entire societies, have been wiped out in service of appeasing that god – or at least, those committing the acts thought, or were told, that’s what their god wanted. In any case, the same argument could be made about other religions, but that’s not the point of this post. The point of this is to provide an answer to both those who think all religion is horrible, and those who think spirituality is inseparable from, or insignificant without, religion. And the easiest way for me to do that is to describe the spirituality I practice.

I discovered over many years of searching that, in my opinion, no one religion seems to cover all the bases when it comes to providing a set of spiritual guidelines, instructions, and ideals to pursue to achieve enlightenment, self-actualization, salvation – whatever you want to call it – a closer relationship with the Creator/Source/Truth/Spirit/The Universe/Whatever. Rather than provide some lengthy descriptions or personal anecdotes (have to save something to put in my memoir someday, right? Lol), I am just going to list out the ingredients I put on my spiritual plate to feed my soul that seem to satiate me, along with aspect of practice they seem particularly effective for – at least for me. So here, in no particular order, it is.

Christianity (in particular the New Testament, and Gnostic flavors): Love for all humans; forgiveness, healing and service to others; prayers, and how to pray, what to pray for.

It’s tough to beat the teachings of Jesus (what HE actually said, not how others interpret/ed it) when it comes to guidance on how to be of service to other human beings, how to view and treat them, and how to pray. I used to despise Jesus because of all the terrible acts that were committed in his name – until I actually read the New Testament, and just it, for myself. Dude got TOTALLY screwed, everyone basically did exactly what he told them not to. Once I realized that, and took to heart what he said – there’s just no better teaching on loving and forgiving others, and praying for them.

Buddhism: The nature of suffering, how it is intrinsic to existence; also down to earth guidance on how to actually live day to day; meditation – DEFINITELY the best for this.

Who doesn’t love the Buddha, especially among yoga practitioners, New Agers, and hipsters, am I right? But I’m guessing most of them have little idea what Buddha or Buddhism is really about. The 4 Noble Truths of Buddhism, the bedrock of the spiritual tradition, are all about suffering, and how it is basically just a natural part of physical existence – not something terrible to be avoided. In fact, we can’t really. We have to accept it. But there is a way to recognize what REALLY causes it (hint, it’s not external circumstances) and to move past that, or at least reduce it and use that energy in a more positive way. The Eightfold Path provides extremely simple instructions on how to live day to day, and when it comes to meditation, Buddhism is THE tradition to learn that in.

Native American (and many other indigenous) traditions: love for Mother Earth; connection to nature; gratitude and respect for living things; concept of no ownership of land – we all borrow from Mother Earth. [NOTE: I hope any Native people reading this will forgive me for oversimplifying and lumping together; I know there are many different tribes and traditions, and each has their own beliefs and customs; I am simply stating my takeaways, primarily based on Navajo, Lakota Sioux, and Hopi teachings as I understand them]

There are simply no other traditions better than those of many indigenous peoples when it comes to actually respecting Mother Earth, seeing Her as a living being, and recognizing that we are only alive because she gives of herself – through plants, water, animals, etc. I didn’t even realize what I was missing in my spiritual practices until I was blessed enough to actually get to know the grandson of a Navajo Medicine Man and connect with him on a very deep level. All humans would do good to rekindle that connection with our earth and all its life – especially in these times.

These are the first three courses. In my next post, I will outline the next 3. Stay tuned – stay hungry!

Check out part 2!


I just posted a quote from The Templar Tradition on Twitter again – something I have been doing pretty frequently as of late. As much as I have tried and tried, I just can’t seem to find out ANYTHING about how to get publishing rights – who owns them now, who the author really was, what became of the publishing company Threshold – nada, zip, nil. And it’s not like I haven’t tried almost everything I can think of over the last 27 years. Hell, I even posted something on Quora about it! So, I am just ‘publishing’ it in pieces – one tidbit at a time, on Twitter lol. The information is just too darned good not to share with a bigger audience. I always wondered why it wasn’t more popular – have even wondered if the book “exists” at all in some sense, as I have never met anyone else who has read or heard of it – either in real life, or on the interwebs. But I digress…

This is the comment I posted today:

“It is a fundamental belief of the Templar tradition, a belief backed by long experience, that if a seeker after truth begins to work seriously on himself, he will start to radiate light on the inner levels, thereby attracting to him all that he needs for his spiritual journey, including the appropriate teachers and congenial travelling companions.”

Interestingly enough, and very surprisingly to me, #ufotwitter has become quite the source for those “traveling companions.” Of course, I don’t know any of them outside of Twitter, but the connection is real, and the wealth of people who are really looking for more, who have open minds, who are curious and WANT to know more, is just fantastic. Still, it’s not like everyone on there is into the spiritual/mystical stuff like I am. But then I wouldn’t expect, and honestly, might not want that. But there are way more people there than anywhere else I have ever been in my life. It’s truly awesome.

In fact, the only real reason I am writing this post is because I just had to express that I am seriously VIBIN’! That’s the only way I can describe it. I feel like I did back when I was in the midst of the coin-incidence, but I am sober now, which makes it that much more powerful and profound. It’s just wild – to think that it’s looking like we are truly on the edge of actual disclosure – the long-awaited admittance by the government that there are other intelligences interacting with our planet. And some of the whispers and leaks hint to an even MORE intriguing possibility – that not all of those intelligences are extraterrestrial. Exactly what else ( interdimensional maybe?) they could be is anyone’s guess. But it is EXTREMELY intriguing! And the credibility of the people leaking this info is almost beyond belief – beyond reproach. After being into this stuff since the days of “In Search Of” with Leonard Nimoy, it’s like a dream come true –

Which is REALLY trippy. I have to pinch myself sometimes. And it’s so bizarre – I hang out on Twitter on one screen, having my mind blown continuously in a world of wonder and awe, all while hanging out in the mundane world on my other monitor, finishing up those TPS reports lol. It’s surreal, how the 2 can coexist. I’ve been there before, and I know many on #ufotwitter totally get it. That’s just another reason why it’s so great – shared views, shared experiences.

I’m not really sure how to wrap this one up. I really just wanted to post that I’m vibin’, and I did that. Would probably be good to give huge thanks to Spirit/Source/God/Universe for helping me to make it to this point, to be able to experience this. I think some people take for granted what is happening now, and it’s “not enough” for them. But having been down the road of “not enough,” I know to embrace and enjoy what is happening right now. All we have is now, and right now – I AM VIBIN’!!!

Return of the gods?

Ok, I know I have probably thought and said this same thing literally tens of times in my life already, seriously. And so far, at least it appears, I have not been correct. BUT, this time, this time really does feel different. And, I’ve probably said that tens of times as well lol. However, there are a couple of key differences this time, and I am taking this in the context of the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse. I know the Bible isn’t necessarily the best text to use for downright accuracy, especially considering all the editing it has gone through, but I do belief that as an eschatological text, it has some goodies. It appears that there are a number of different interpretations of what the 4 horsemen actually represent, but I am interpreting them as War, Famine, Pestilence, and Death.

War –

Famine –

Pestilence –

Death. The 3 items above are certainly leading to a lot of death.

And then there is “you will see me coming in the clouds with great glory,” the ‘return of the gods,’ etc.

Now certainly, there have been several periods of war, famine, even pestilence in the past. And even periods when all happened at the same time. So what makes this time period different? Well, strangely enough, in my mind anyway, it’s the disclosure stuff. Because never before in modern history have we been where we are now regarding the existence of UAP. But what does that have to do with the end times? Well, everything really.

That is, if you give any credence at all to almost every religious, spiritual, mythological teaching regarding the eventual return of [ insert messianic figure or figures here ] at the end of the age to reveal the truth and set things straight, or something like that. I spent a fair amount of time studying such prophecies when I was younger and was surprised just how common they are across the world, even in traditions like Buddhism – which I’m guessing many people are not even aware of such prophecies in it. I wasn’t myself until recently.

But here is a little rundown of some of the ones I know of – tradition on the left, messianic figure/s on the right, and links to info below each:

Aztec/Maya                   Quetzalcoatl/Kulkulcan

Buddhism (Vajrayana)    Padmasambhava         

Christianity                    Christ                          

Hopi                             Blue Star Kachina        

Islam                             the Mahdi        

Judaism                        Moschiach                

Lakota Sioux                  White Buffalo Calf Woman

Templars                       the Paraclete                     

“The Templar Tradition” by Gaetan DeLaforge

And certainly, there are many, many more. This is just a small example, but it points to the fact that eschatology is not unique to Christianity – not by a longshot. And the fact that tradition, of a higher being or beings returning at the “end of the age” to set things straight, is so ubiquitous has to make one wonder – at least it does me – if there isn’t something more than just myth to it.

One other thing that is important to note – this isn’t a “doom and gloom” thing as far as I see it, not at all. For the end of one time is just the beginning of the next. This age, this period of ultra materialism and separation from nature and Truth – it NEEDS to end. It’s become clear given the changes in the climate that things are going to change radically, soon, whether people believe in any greater purpose or not. The fact is, we have altered our environment, our home, and not for the better. Many seem to think they can continue to do so with impunity – the hubris of humans, and the unbridled greed of some combined with the apathy of others. Not a good mix.

But I personally think we are in for a BIG awakening, very soon. It’s happening now. And as we believe, so shall it be. That is the beauty of the Law – nothing will be done “to us,” we will receive that which we have sought, believed in, and prayed for – that which we have given our true attention and intention to. For some of us, it will be the long-awaited revelation and restoration we have longed for. For many, it will just be a time of turbulence and challenge they will try to navigate through. And for some others, it will be very tough times indeed. But all will be only the return of that which has been sent out – the great karmic balancing: for all life, all souls, Mother Earth, etc.

I’ll close with some wisdom from a Hopi Elder:

“There is a river flowing now very fast.  It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid.  They will try to hold on to the shore.   They will feel they are torn apart and will suffer greatly. 

  “Know the river has its destination.  The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above water.   And I say, see who is in there with you and celebrate.  At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally, Least of all ourselves.  For the moment that we do,  our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt. 

  “The time for the lone wolf is over.  Gather yourselves!  Banish the word struggle from you attitude and your vocabulary.  All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration. 

    “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.”

The Muse returns

Hopefully I am not being premature in saying that, but I am going to be optimistic and go with it, because I have REALLY missed it – praying it is so!

I was just reading a post I wrote in January of 2020 that talks about how hard it is to write when the muse is gone. And sure enough, my big plans to go ahead and write my book fizzled. Oh sure, I kept posting every so often when something interesting happened, or I had something I really wanted to say or capture. But there wasn’t any real ‘inspired’ writing to speak of – nothing that just “came to me” – until this morning that is.

I was going through some of the more memorable lines from some of my early poems that I still remember – not nearly as many as I wish I remembered. And I was thinking about what’s going on in the ufowitter community that I have become a part of. There is a real shift taking place, with the US government finally coming out and admitting that UFOs/UAPs are real – there are actual objects in our skies that are unidentified, are not Chinese or Russian drones, not advanced US tech – TRULY unidentified. There is a movement that started in 2017 with To The Stars Academy – Tom Delonge, Lue Elizondo, Chris Mellon, etc – that has resulted in videos from military pilots being released, along with other stuff, much through Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp, that has made it virtually impossible for the government, media or everyday people to write off belief in UFOs as “whacky conspiracy theory.” Disclosure is really happening – right now, as I write.

And with that, a whole new area of thought and conversation has taken bloom – one I have been engaged most of my life: the connections between science, technology, consciousness, spirituality, reality, different dimensions, non human intelligence, even life after death. It seems that the very idea that there could be intelligent life from elsewhere has opened up the floodgates of wonder, and the materialist paradigm that has ruled for hundreds of years now is starting to actually crumble a bit. Cracks have been forming, especially since quantum mechanics was born, and this new revelation is really putting some (much welcomed by me) stress on the materialist foundations of modern society.

So perhaps it’s not such a surprise that the muse has returned to me at this time. Actually, nah – it is a surprise still, a wonderful one! Lol. Because I was re-reading a post someone on Twitter had written about how she was struggling, how it seemed that all the science she had learned was coming up lacking, and she was feeling a bit lost, a bit down. And as I thought about that, a little poem came to me – some words to maybe capture that feeling, along with some hope. The last line was a little iffy, a few different versions popped into my head, but overall, it was like the old days – it just came to me, very freely, and nicely captured the essence of the situation, and the comfort of Spirit:

My mind was tired

So I set it down

To see what I could see.

I finally perceived

What I never believed –

Source was part of Me.

Just a little diddy, but a nice rhyme, nice flow, and reassuring message of truth from Source. I posted it on Twitter, and am really hoping this could be the trickle that starts the stream of poetic love and wisdom flowing through me again. I wasn’t sure it could ever happen being sober, and I am SO happy and excited to think it can!

Thank you God/Spirit/Father/Mother/Universe for the gift – I hope to put it to better use this time, now that my Temple is much more stable 😉