Woo-Woo: Duties of the Dead

Been a while since I shared a “woo-woo” with you.  Believe me, it’s not for a lack of material.  That happens on an almost  daily basis. Take Friday, for example.  I needed a picture of piece of test equipment for the (now scheduled Wednesday) article on my “timer machine” build. So I grabbed a 16 gB memory card, tossed it into my camera, and went over to the electronics bench.  It’s like 6-feet – 8 …

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Trump’s Teapot Dome, Important Woo-Woo Note

Before the “short run through the snews” a word, or two, about history.  There are places where it  rhymes.  And, if you hear the [historical]  sound of music right, it can keep you from making stupid investment decisions.  Which is why understanding any period in its historical context is so important for living a ‘good life in bad times.’ Yet, every Age is different.  Phase relationships change, just as they do in music.  Overtones, as …

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Econ Data and Treasure-Hunting Woo-Woo

Not much of a day shaping up in markets:  Europe is down, and since ALL markets are linked (and have been for years) we would not be surprised should the US follow-suit later on, but as always that’s neither advice nor prediction.  More, like a head-up while watching sports, being able to ‘know where to look‘ for the next action. That said, gold was back over $1,5009and silver back into the $18’s while Bitcoins continue …

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An Urgent Update: Friday’s “Time Slip”

I wasn’t going to post this on the ‘free side’ as it was part of today’s double-issue of  Peoplenomics.  But, now that three people have also noticed that “time wasn’t working like usual” on Friday afternoon, this is one you maybe want to poll your friends about:  Did they notice any ‘time oddities’ Friday? Here’s what I put on the subscriber Peoplenomics site Saturday morning: Woo-Woo Friday Afternoon’s Time Warp Since 4 PM Friday, I’ve …

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Talent? A Contradition in the Bible

Before my surgery this week, I did a lot of research and study of old technology including that found in the Bible –  research that has been ongoing for some time – in an effort to reverse-engineer some practical healing  technology My friend, Chris Tyreman (of The Chronicle Project) did a tremendous amount of work on this using a technique called Self-Defining Hebrew” or SDH for short.  In other words, it turns out that Hebrew …

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Saturday Woo-Woo: Automatic Writing

A fair amount has been written about the woo-woo topic called (variously)  automatic writing and  channeled writings.  Until last week, I’d never given it a whirl. But, life is short, so with the usual “purity of intent” I sat down at the keyboard to see what would “fall out” of unsupervised fingers; uncensored by conscious mind.  Here’s how it went: The Experiment in Automatic Writing Today, we simply bless our workspace, computers and all, and …

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Prepping: Greens and Moon, Shifts

We start off with the ultra short course on survival gardening today because it could become an important issue one day. If You Don’t Have a Green Thumb, read on: Lots of people tell us they don’t have one.  We usually beg to differ.  There is a simple checklist that can keep you out of trouble.  Ready? Plants need the right temperatures. This is all over the web.  If the temps are too cold, the …

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Peoplenomics Subscriber Update (Public)

In Saturday’s Peoplenomics column, I wondered aloud about the oneironaut experience I had Friday night that involved a building collapse.  Last item in the PN Saturday report. So, as part of my follow-up, here may be the “building collapse” with aspects of “scrambling up” and “bricks” that I was “seeing” ahead of time:  A partial collapse of a building at UNC Charlotte, NC about 6-hours after we posted the dream outlook on Saturday. Notice in the …

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