Monthly Archives: April 2012

Om Mani Padme Hum

In Tibetan: Listen to these monks chanting it (Just for the audio – makes excellent background music while you catch up on my previous 200 blog posts.  ;-) ): An excellent book that delves into the depth of this mantra … Continue reading

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Fukushima Regional Modeled Radiation: Next 20 years (METI maps)

April 24, 2012 – Colorado. The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) just published (April 23, 2012) a radiation map showing that the hardest-hit areas will continue to see dangerously high fallout-caused external radiation levels for decades to come. … Continue reading

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Did the 5 largest recent quakes show up on the HAARP magnetometer record? (No, they didn’t)

Last year, on April 10, 2011 I posted “Earthquake Machine Terrorizing the World? – re. HAARP“, and the day after, “HAARP 1.2“.  The first one I’ve been updating and expanding.  My conclusion hasn’t changed yet:  something like HAARP could artificially … Continue reading

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New Painting: ‘Ceremonial Fire in Forest’ (with Flower of Life Pattern)

Boulder, Colorado – April 18, 2012 – Art update!  ;-D What started out 2 weeks ago with a vague idea of “black panthers in trees with lots of aqua color”, to create a wall decoration for my sweetheart’s office, morphed into … Continue reading

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IIDJ offers near-real-time radiation measurements for Japan

I just received a nice a email from the Institute for Information Design Japan (IIDJ), letting me know that the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology started to publish a consolidated record of more than 2000 live observation spots of … Continue reading

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THRIVE Into Alignment With Your Heart’s Desire. (Or worry about Japan’s looming radiation armagheddon…)

First part: Fukushima-Daiichi Gloom; Second Part: Thrive and Tesla Documentaries.  (So don’t be alarmed by the first part of this post, it is merely “a little obstacle” before the all-smiles-inducing grand vista of possibilities…)   ⌒▽⌒ On the one hand, … Continue reading

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New Painting: ‘Crossing Over’

Boulder, Colorado, USA – April 4, 2012.  High-resolution color-correct images still need to be taken so I can turn it into a postcard, greeting card, posters, wrapped canvass reproductions, etc.  For now, here’s just this image of my latest painting: … Continue reading

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