Full Moon in Libra : BALANCE


“Being the second full moon of the month, this is another blue moon (we had one in January 2018). The theme for this moon is Balance. It is a good time to reflect on what is in balance and what feels out of balance. Practice gratitude and ask for support. Include prayers for all your relations as balance is sorely needed everywhere.

Spend some time during this moon reflecting on what needs balance in your life and then implement something to honor your commitment… Spend some time in nature and receive the healing and the imprint for good balance that nature can provide.”

Full Moon in Libra : Heart Alignment


“At this particular time, in this Year of Dog with all the planetary action at play and Mercury Retrograde, we are being asked to bring the focus inward and gaze deeply into the mirror of Self so we can truly come into right relationship with all our relations.

There is so much that is out of balance coming up for reflection for each of us on many levels. Being conscious is being aware of the impact our actions have on others. We are all in relationship and our actions have rippling effects, whether we are aware of it or not.

Now is the time to bring our focus inward and create some healing space for ourselves to self-reflect, so we can ground into Source connection, gain understanding, and bring about some good healing as we course correct.

Dynamics will shift as we ourselves shift. So let’s harness our energy so we can more consciously realign our actions with our hearts.”

Full Moon in Libra : Working It Out


“This Full Moon is a difficult integration, but it can be utilized to work through building tensions, frustrations, or disagreements in our relationships. Every Full Moon correlates with conclusion, breakthrough, or crisis. In its positive potential, this lunation can bring several issues out into the open, allowing us to articulate ourselves to others and speak up about things unaddressed. Mercury, still retrograde for another two weeks, suggests that we give ourselves extra time to process material presented by this Full Moon, and work to make adjustments and alterations which can be more decisively implemented after the New Moon April 15/16.”

The 2nd Amendment Really is an Essential Safeguard Against Crime and Tyranny


“America has been a free and prosperous land precisely because of the fact that as a nation we have chosen to follow political and economic avenues different from those followed by other countries around the world.

As a people, we have swum against the tide of collectivism, socialism, and welfare statism to a greater degree, for the most part, than have our western European cousins. As a result, in many areas of life, we have remained freer, especially in our market activities, than they. The fact that other peoples in other lands chose to follow foolish paths leading to disastrous outcomes does not mean that we should follow in their footsteps.

America was born in revolt against the ideas of the “old world”: the politics of monarchy, the economics of mercantilism, and the culture of hereditary class and caste. America heralded the politics of representative, constitutional government, the economics of the free market, and the culture of individualism under equality before the law. It made America great.

If in more recent times there has been an “American disease,” it has been our all-too-willing receptivity to the European virus of political paternalism, welfare redistribution, economic regulation and planning, and the passive acceptance of government control over social affairs.

We need not and indeed should not fall victim to one more of the European ailments: the disarming of the people under the dangerous notion that the private citizenry cannot be trusted and should not be allowed to have the means of self-defense against potential private and political aggressors in society. Let us stand apart once more and not fall prey to the false idea that somehow our European cousins are more enlightened or advanced than we on the matters of gun ownership and control. They are not.”

Paul Joseph Watson – I Support the Parkland Students 


Ten Ways to Transform Failure into Success


1. Apply the Backwards Law…

2. Transform demons into diamonds…

3. Transform failure into a game…

4. Process over Progress…

5. Allow yourself to not give a fuck…

6. Transform your failures into steppingstones:

Look at each of your failures like hard-earned rungs on the precarious ladder of life. Separated, these rungs are just hardened failures collecting dust in the attic of your suffering, but if you put them together you form a ladder that you can climb up into something meaningful.

Collect your failures like the precious little information engines that they are. Combine them for ultimate combustion.

It’s all a matter of perspective. You can choose to languish in the prospect that your setbacks have nothing to teach you, or you can choose to empower yourself by transforming your setbacks into steppingstones toward something greater.

7. Have a sense of humor about failing…

8. Transform failure into art…

9. Let go of your attachment to success…

10. Transform pain into power:

Transforming pain into power is transforming failure into passion. Pain can be your greatest teacher or your ultimate destroyer…

Rise up out of your pain by becoming its student. What you learn will guide you into a robustness of spirit, which will ultimately help you become a force of nature (interdependent), as opposed to merely forced upon by culture (codependent).

The transformation of pain into power becomes a passionate expression of self-overcoming. A fierceness is born that is magnetic. It lights your soul on fire. You become a beacon of light in a dark world, or, even better, a beacon of darkness piercing the blinding light. In short: you become a force to be reckoned with as opposed to a pawn to be toyed with. Despite failure, despite success, the world is yours.”

On the Edge: New Moon in Pisces 2018


“New Moon in Pisces invites us to take a deep breath and exhale everything that keeps us separate from our own connection to the dream time, the Wakan, the Great Mystery.  Here is the opening to take the deep dive into the Void – a deeper intelligence permeating all life.  Here we are called to surrender our burdens as we are held by the limitless ocean of consciousness.  We feel the compassion and acceptance of the Tao, and our own ability to forgive and accept ‘what is’ is strengthened so we may extend the same to others…

Intuition, imagination, and the opening into awareness are at an all time high…

Stay calm and grounded, keep busy and avoid the heat of anger; focus your restlessness and irritability into action, drive mindfully, reflect before you blurt, soothe your liver… Have courage to step out and declare yourself in ways you have only imagined to signal the universe you’re ready to assert yourself to express who you are.”


“Mars entering Capricorn soon after this New Moon changes the landscape quite a bit. We move from inward contemplation to a highly ambitious and challenging cycle which stimulates productivity, determination, and drive.

Mercury’s retrograde cycle occurs in square relationship to both Saturn and Mars, which suggests that the following few weeks may require a patient and careful reworking of strategies, goals, plans, objectives, and projects.

Use this New Moon as a dynamic starting point for learning to surrender and connect with your most critical priorities. As we enter this Mars/Saturn/Capricorn season clear through May, procrastination is no longer an option, and neither is carelessness in handling responsibilities.”




Illiterate people are easy to convince that repressive censorship isn’t a problem… If you don’t have “the right ideas,” you should be censored… Illiteracy is more effective than political correctness.

Untold numbers of people can’t understand the sentences that are floating and flying by them every day. They register this by building up anger. Unfocused anger. They are perfect fodder for know-nothing social and political movements that requite violence and repression… Along the way, censorship becomes a very good thing. They were limited in what they learned; therefore, limit everyone else…

There is a sub-text percolating in many, many schools: “All right, you students, this is your education. We’re going to keep you from learning the language. We’re going to hold it back from you. At the same time, we’re going to praise you and push you ahead from grade to grade… You’ll take a ride through school, and then we’ll dump you out into the world. We’re making rebels wholesale. Ignorant rebels. Rebels without the tools for THINKING. You’ll have to find a place where thinking isn’t important. Good luck. Here’s a suggestion. Find a group where all you have to do is yell and throw rocks. Learn what to yell. Demand your right to get EVERYTHING FOR NOTHING…

The declining system of education creates a vacuum. And into that vacuum, writers who do value language step forward, and they do present actual ideas. This is a large vacuum, so it can accommodate many writers. They are creating new realities. And readers show up… These writers and readers are the “replacement team.” They are standing in for the colleges and universities and the sloganeers. They are not censoring themselves or anyone else. They are proliferating language, not reducing it.”