Soul Detours


This is the first of what might be more sort of autobiographical stuff. I do want to get all this stuff down, somewhere. We’ll see how it goes. Well, here it is:

Do you know that old joke where somebody is asked if their parents dropped them on their head when they were a baby? In 1974, that actually happened to me. My father accidentally dropped me on the floor. He had even momentarily thought I had died. That’s how the story goes, at any rate. I don’t really remember what happened, of course; I mean, obviously.

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Observations, 5/10/17

It may be that cycles—and, more specifically, re-cycles—are just the way of the universe. Repeating cycles, sometimes with only slight variations, sometimes with more creative twists. But repeating nonetheless.

Everybody’s (“everybody’s”) saying that with the sudden firing of FBI Director Comey, Trump is now just living out the last years of Nixon’s presidency. A re-cycle. Is this all really true—are we indeed experiencing the Nixon Quantum Hangover? Or do we want it to be true—not even so much because we dislike Trump, but just because we crave the reassuring regularity of it all?

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My Work In Upcoming Philip K. Dick Anthology


Just got the cover and initial publishing info for the anthology two of my Philip K. Dick essays appear in, The Matrix Control System Of Philip K. Dick. I’ll post more here as I get an exact link to order from and etc…I’m just floored I get to share a book with the work of Timothy Beckley, Brad Steiger, Nick Redfern and other luminaries of the field…in a book about my favorite fiction author, Philip K. Dick!


Available approximately 2 weeks or sooner – 350+ pages, $24.00  ISBN- 160611977X

Could be our most important book – tackles a fascinating set of “coincidences” that are now being debated by acclaimed physicists


Kyle Vs. The Amphibian Aliens From Mars


My life was ruined. Ruined by an intelligent species of amphibian-humanoids from Mars. I wish I was joking. Keep reading.
—Kyle Odom, “Manifesto”

In early 2014, University of Idaho student and ex-Marine Kyle Odom discovered the technique of meditation as a way to deal with the stress over his heavy coursework. By February of that year, he claimed to have encountered a “being” through these meditations.

On March 6, 2016, Odom shot Pastor Tim Remington inside a church parking lot. Two days later in Washington D.C., Odom was arrested after throwing documents over the South Fence of the White House. In those documents, as well as a Facebook status posted shortly after the Remington shooting, Odom claimed that the world was ruled by an ancient civilization from Mars.

What exactly happened to Kyle Odom when he was meditating in February of 2014?

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The Nixon Quantum Hangover


I’ve been reading a lot about Richard Nixon lately, and the period of time from 1968-1974. Those years had some really weird, dark energy; dark energy that the late Robin Williams summed up as “The Manson Nixon Line.” Author Peter Levenda in his 3-volume work Sinister Forces sees the two seemingly diametrically opposed public figures, Nixon and Charles Manson, as essentially being opposite sides of the same coin:

On the plane of the real world as understood by the media and the public at large, Manson was an insignificant crook compared to Nixon, the President of the United States, undeserving of the President’s attention or comment; but on another plane, Manson and Nixon were warring black magicians, fighting over airtime and the fifteen-second sound bite.

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