Letters To Earth

Life in These Times – Jonas, Weather-craft, and Climate Change

This piece is a bit long and may seem disjointed, but only because we are so used to pat, over-simplified, one-sided answers for everything when reality is incredibly messy and wonderfully complex. I have a problem with the current issue of climate change. The problem is due PARTLY to the follow...

"The Grid"

Back in early 2015, I kept picking up something unusual happening in October 2015. I am a consultant for a number of people who have a great deal of money, and in doing some work for them, I kept seeing something that I could not identify other than that it was big and would affect everyone. I c...

Mobile Phone Hacking

I see that the trial of a half-dozen people for hacking into mobile phone messages is close to the end of the Prosecution side of the case. I wonder why these six people are being prosecuted for listening in to phone messages when the NSA and its accomplices are doing the same thing. Not only tha...

Monsanto and Law - #1

It irritates me to the core that our courts have become Mickey Mouse systems for enforcing personal whims and greed. Many informed people already see that we have lost our food system as a support for life, our medical system as a support for healing, our financial system as a way of trading with...

HAARP and Climate Change?

The conversation and accusations about climate change wax and wane. There are still people out there who believe that the source of the climate change problem is the burning of fossil fuel, the clear-cutting of forests, and the rise of CO2. I’m sure these things don’t help the situation, but I th...

The Still, Small Voice

Things tick, whir, spin, hiss, chat, shout, growl, and roar both within and without. The noises and activities inside this body are little different from the clocks, washing machines, heaters, refrigerators, telephones, computers, technology, and timers that surround and sometimes fill my ...

Life and Death #6 - Power, Wisdom, and Thoughtfulness

June 7, 2010 Today, my breeding pair of geese was moving gracefully across the road to the pond when someone flying thoughtlessly down the road simply ran them over. I loved those geese and wept to see the masses of white feathers scattered across the road as if several feather pillows had explo...

Life and Death #5 - Travel and Volcanoes

May 20, 2010 I find it fascinating to watch the innocence of Mother Nature confound the sophisticated schedules and towering technologies of man. The volcano in Iceland is the latest example of this. When it was uncertain whether or not visiting dignitaries would be able to attend the Polish pr...

Connected?

January 25, 2010 A few weeks ago, drowning in emails and unreturned phone calls, I decided I was just going to focus on keeping up with those two aspects of my life. “I have lots of people I’m connected to,” I thought, “so I will just really appreciate that and keep up with everyone and their me...

The future is so exciting!

December 28, 2009 I’m quite excited about the future! Our reality is expanding at a phenomenal rate. Every area of life – physics, archeology, astronomy, chemistry, history, religion, communications, finance, psychology, political, medical – is shifting, changing, and opening up in fascinating w...