Covid Dreams

Covid Dreams

Covid Dreams This rambling post is simply the wanderings of my mind as I have worked through Covid. If you don’t care to read...

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Ray Crowe: Bigfoot Behavior

Ray Crowe: Bigfoot Behavior

While taking another break from reading dystopian books on the state-of-the-world, I picked up my copy of “Bigfoot Behavior”, by Ray Crowe. Let me...

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Larceny Games; Sports Gambling, Game Fixing And The FBI

Larceny Games; Sports Gambling, Game Fixing And The FBI

Let me start by saying that I played a lot of sports in High School, some I liked, some I didn’t. When the coaches...

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Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth

Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth

Review: The Socratic Method By Ward Farnsworth Many months ago, I decided I needed to get into some classic books that I had never...

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Reviews: Sea Monsters & Sasquatch

Reviews: Sea Monsters & Sasquatch

Regular readers might know that I can’t just do dystopian analysis of current events all the time; sometimes I have to get into something...

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Review: Ukraine In The Crossfire

Review: Ukraine In The Crossfire

I was very pleased to get a copy of “Ukraine In The Crossfire”, by Chris Kaspar De Ploeg. This book catalogs the rise of...

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Review: “States Of Emergency”

Review: “States Of Emergency”

There is some surprisingly good analysis appearing that goes a long way to explaining just how we ended up in this global meltdown, and...

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The Civil War In The United States – By Marx & Engels

The Civil War In The United States – By Marx & Engels

I should start by saying that this is the first I have read of Marx, and honestly I haven’t studied deep into the American...

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Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

Pictured above is a smiling young Michael Rockefeller, son of the powerful Senator, Vice President and all-around rich dude Nelson Rockefeller. This is said...

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Monkey Business Part 2: Bigfoot Book, Magazine, And Newsletter

Monkey Business Part 2: Bigfoot Book, Magazine, And Newsletter

Sometimes expectations are somewhat above performance. I feel a little of that in the book “In The Valleys of the Noble Beyond”, by John...

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Review – Robert Kennedy Jr. -“The Real Anthony Fauci”

Review – Robert Kennedy Jr. -“The Real Anthony Fauci”

  Honestly, this is a difficult review for me to write. This book, “The Real Anthony Fauci”, by Robert Kennedy Jr. is a dose...

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Review: “Columbus Was Last” By Patrick Huyghe

Review: “Columbus Was Last” By Patrick Huyghe

How many myths, how many lies is the history of man built on? Perhaps one of the biggest lies is that Columbus discovered America....

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Two Reviews: The World’s Greatest Horse Warriors

Two Reviews: The World’s Greatest Horse Warriors

The Worlds Greatest Horse Warriors In this double-review we will look at two books that share one common quality: These two cultures were undoubtedly...

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When Orcas Island Had A Sea Serpent

When Orcas Island Had A Sea Serpent

May 1909, off the North Shore of Orcas Island, Washington State: “As Baker ran he saw the water begin foaming out past the reef,...

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Mixed Review: “Fault Lines” By Kruse And Zelizer

Mixed Review: “Fault Lines” By Kruse And Zelizer

It’s not often that I give mixed reviews, I usually select books that I am truly interested in. Additionally, I rarely quit reading a...

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Monkey Business: Two Very Different Bigfoot Books

Monkey Business: Two Very Different Bigfoot Books

In these crazy times, I have had a need to take a break from political research. What I found is as informative and interesting...

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Review: “How Fascism Works” By Jason Stanley

Review: “How Fascism Works” By Jason Stanley

I really appreciate when an author can boil complex ideas down to easily understandable concepts. “How Fascism Works – The Politics of Us and...

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Review: “Devolution” By Max Brooks

Review: “Devolution” By Max Brooks

People who read this blog have probably noted a change in the material I have reviewed lately. Recent subjects include: permaculture, radicalism in the...

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Review: Building A Better World In Your Backyard

Review: Building A Better World In Your Backyard

Sitting here by my window, with over ten inches of snow on the ground, is a great time to review this Permaculture book by...

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Review: The Hidden History Of The Human Race

Review: The Hidden History Of The Human Race

As the plague season rolls on, my reading has (as a matter of sanity) drifted from hard-core political filth to more esoteric subjects. They...

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George And Barbara, A Couple Of Real Turkeys

George And Barbara, A Couple Of Real Turkeys

Flock of turkeys currently stalking our road *** Many years ago I was the caretaker of a 300-acre farm on the Columbia River in...

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Review: “Surveillance Valley” By Yasha Levine

Review: “Surveillance Valley” By Yasha Levine

Once in a while a book comes long that smacks you in the head and says: “This is whats really going on”. “Surveillance Valley...

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Review: “Breath” By James Nestor

Review: “Breath” By James Nestor

Review: “Breath” by James Nestor Every now and then I come across a book that I claim is the most important book I have...

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Review: The Hunt For Zero Point – By Nick Cook

Review: The Hunt For Zero Point – By Nick Cook

In an effort to get a little distance from hardcore politics and history, I recently reviewed a book on the counterculture in the ’70’s...

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Engineered Pathogens And Stealth Viruses

Engineered Pathogens And Stealth Viruses

There is something very disturbing about vaccine development regarding the Corona virus. One of the key firms that has been given a contract to...

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Review: “Daydream Sunset” – By Ron Jacobs

Review: “Daydream Sunset” – By Ron Jacobs

Review: “Daydream Sunset” By Ron Jacobs Ah, the 1970’s. Been there for sure, it’s when I had my first alcohol, first car, first real...

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Review: Bigfoot! – The True Story Of Apes In America

Review: Bigfoot! – The True Story Of Apes In America

I’ve been interested in “Bigfoot” since I was a kid and saw the Patterson-Gimlin film of a female Bigfoot casually walking by a creek....

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Climbing Mt. St. Helens – Before It Blew

Climbing Mt. St. Helens – Before It Blew

Forty-years ago, May 18 1980, Mt. St. Helens in Washington State woke up after over 123 years of quiet slumber. 57 people were killed...

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Yes, The Lincoln Assassination Was a Huge Conspiracy

Yes, The Lincoln Assassination Was a Huge Conspiracy

Yes, The Lincoln Assassination Was A Conspiracy As we will see, the highest levels of the Union Army were involved in aiding Booth’s escape....

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Updates: Timeline of The Emerging Coronavirus, And The involvement of Biowarfare Labs

Updates: Timeline of The Emerging Coronavirus, And The involvement of Biowarfare Labs

This is just a rough draft, which I will continue to edit and add to: 1. August 15, 2019 New York Times Deadly Germ...

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Corona Virus Modified In 2015

Corona Virus Modified In 2015

In this current era, March of 2020, we have no idea how far the Corona virus will spread, or how deadly it will be....

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Royal Family Feud As Prince Harry Hints at Diana’s Assassination

Royal Family Feud As Prince Harry Hints at Diana’s Assassination

In an amazing interview, Prince Harry has said he and his wife Meghan Markle are leaving the Royal Family for their safety. Harry states...

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Review: CHAOS – Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties

Review: CHAOS – Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties

By John Titus 1969 was a clear turning point in American society. Opposition to the Vietnam war was at an all-time high, the civil...

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Review: “The Longevity Solution”

Review: “The Longevity Solution”

Years ago I went with a family member to see their heart surgeon. He told us that “Everything they taught him in medical school...

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Review: “A Lie Too Big To Fail” – Lisa Pease On The Robert Kennedy Assassination

Review: “A Lie Too Big To Fail” – Lisa Pease On The Robert Kennedy Assassination

I remember June 6th 1968 very well. It was my younger brother’s birthday, bright and sunny. My parents had intentionally left the morning paper...

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Colonial Bank In Jeffery Epstein’s Little Black Book

Colonial Bank In Jeffery Epstein’s Little Black Book

As billionaire pedophile Jeffery Epstein sits where he belongs, in jail, and the creep trail swings ever closer to both Donald Trump and Bill...

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Manufacturing Consent For The Next War

Manufacturing Consent For The Next War

Well, here we go; the military industrial complex courting disaster with a new “Persian Gulf of Tonkin” incident. People who believe Russiagate, the “Q”...

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Authors Joe Green And Lisa Pease Weigh In On “The Parallax View”, Mind Control

Authors Joe Green And Lisa Pease Weigh In On “The Parallax View”, Mind Control

Author Joseph Green has written some great analysis of one of the most famous conspiracy movies ever; “The Parallax View”, starring Warren Beatty. “The...

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A Reminder: “Army Massacres Students At Kent State May 4th 1970”

A Reminder:  “Army Massacres Students At Kent State May 4th 1970”

My thoughts about the Kent State shootings, May 4th 1970. In these unstable times, we need to remember how people put their bodies on...

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Emu’s In The Commercial Age

Emu’s In The Commercial Age

Silly stuff. I’ve been cracking up over the Liberty Mutual Insurance commercials Featuring a fake 1970’s detective-type monitoring insurance with his partner – who...

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Dark History: The Muscle That Lifted Soloflex

Dark History: The Muscle That Lifted Soloflex

One of my favorite authors, Douglas Valentine has written some of the best exposes’ on CIA crimes. He reported in a tweet that he...

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The “Oswaldo” Meme

The “Oswaldo” Meme

Some things repeat themselves, and not by accident. Let’s look at the “meme” of the name “Oswald” for intelligence operations and assassinations; Everyone reading...

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Alex Gillis: “A Killing Art” – A History Of Korean Karate And Espionage

Alex Gillis: “A Killing Art” – A History Of Korean Karate And Espionage

Alex Gillis, author of “A Killing Art” has kept me on his mailing list since we communicated years ago. Attached is a newsletter summary...

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Article Confirms Government Mind Control Program

Article Confirms Government Mind Control Program

Thanks to our friends at “Our Hidden History” for directing me to this revealing article, which builds on previous work I have done on...

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Venezuela Arms Shipment Reveals Apparent CIA Weapons Pipeline

Venezuela Arms Shipment Reveals Apparent CIA Weapons Pipeline

McClatchy News Service has been doing some great reporting on a series of weapons shipments to support the CIA-backed coup against the Maduro government...

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FBI Mission Statement: Keep Progressives Out Of Politics

FBI Mission Statement: Keep Progressives Out Of Politics

Every now and then the FBI reveals their true nature. The latest not-so-secret slip of the lip involves some supposedly legendary FBI agent and...

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Review: “9/11 Unmasked” – By Griffin And Woodworth

Review: “9/11 Unmasked” – By Griffin And Woodworth

Well it’s been a pleasure to add another fine book to my 9/11 collection, which began with Peter Dale Scott’s “The Road To 9/11”....

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Review: “Giants – The Global Power Elite” by Peter Phillips

Review: “Giants – The Global Power Elite” by Peter Phillips

In the nearly 60 years that I’ve been kicking dirt on this planet, economic systems have gone through significant changes. The industrial manufacturing base...

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  • Covid Dreams
    Covid Dreams This rambling post is simply the wanderings of my mind as I have worked through Covid. If you don’t care to read it, fine. I’m just working through some thoughts, and believe me, I’ve had a full week of isolation to think about shit. First, let me say I have (until last week) […]
  • Ray Crowe: Bigfoot Behavior
    While taking another break from reading dystopian books on the state-of-the-world, I picked up my copy of “Bigfoot Behavior”, by Ray Crowe. Let me begin by saying that I met Mr. Crowe and spoke with him many times. I bought armloads of books at his tiny used book store in the St. John’s neighborhood on […]
  • Larceny Games; Sports Gambling, Game Fixing And The FBI
    Let me start by saying that I played a lot of sports in High School, some I liked, some I didn’t. When the coaches kept chasing me down I agreed to try Football, even though I didn’t give a shit about Football. One of my good friends was a star on the team. He decided […]
  • Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth
    Review: The Socratic Method By Ward Farnsworth Many months ago, I decided I needed to get into some classic books that I had never read in school. One such book was “The Republic” by Plato. Well, that didn’t last long. I was overwhelmed by the archaic language and ancient Greek names. I can be pretty […]
  • Reviews: Sea Monsters & Sasquatch
    Regular readers might know that I can’t just do dystopian analysis of current events all the time; sometimes I have to get into something completely different. With regard to that, I have reviewed a few Bigfoot books, and picked up some classic novels as well as books on philosophy. Today we take a look at […]