Monday, November 11, 2013

6MIN News November 11, 2013: Cosmic Rays, ISON, Solar Analysis

Sunday, November 10, 2013

4MIN News November 10, 2013: X Flare, Haiyan, Spaceweather

Saturday, November 9, 2013

4MIN News November 9, 2013: Satellite Falling, Storms, Spaceweather

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

5MIN News Nov 5, 2013: Ground Shaking, ISON Obs, Atomic Changes (+playlist)

Sunday, November 3, 2013


5MIN News November 3, 2013: Bees, REEs, Spaceweather

Saturday, November 2, 2013

4MIN News November 2, 2013: TheNightman, SRM/Geoengineering

Friday, November 1, 2013

Why should you care?

Monday, October 28, 2013


FREE Kindle download on November 3rd. All three books in one. VERIFIED AMAZON REVIEW: I'm not sure that I'm knowledgeable enough to analyze the first book in the Waking God trilogy, but I enjoyed the read. The theories proposed by Mr. Harris and Mr. Doe mirrored the questions I raised when I was asked to leave Sunday school as a child, although they phrase them much more eloquently. This book explained the existence of angels, demons, various incarnations of Lucifer, vampires, the tarot, and werewolves in plausible, entertaining terms - quite an impressive feat. It also oriented me to fascinating mystical locations, all of which actually exist - or at least I assume they do because I've visited Chichen Itza and his description of it is dead on. The sheer knowledge required to assemble this book intimidated me because I'm usually a chic-lit kind of girl, but I was able to follow the story more easily than I originally anticipated. If the first few pages throw you, stick with it. Andrew collates an enormous amount of information, but luckily it is doled out in easily digestible chunks. And ready your highlighter because there are memorable quotes sprinkled throughout the chapters. My favorite is, "The only thing one can be saved from is ignorance."

Thursday, August 29, 2013

UK Appeasement and American Folly?

Most of us want world peace; a safe place to live, shelter, harmony, freedom and a world that operates on the principle of love.

Parliament in the UK voted not to participate in any overt action against Syria in retaliation of the use of chemical weapons against civilians. President Obama has said that he would certainly consider punitive action solo. Is this a case of UK appeasement? Is this a case of allowing atrocities in order to avoid possible repercussions? Or is this a case of sanity?

When is it proper to stand for humanity and to take arms against a sea of troubles? Since the situation is Syria is termed a civil war, is it no business of the international community? Or, are we a humanity that has nothing to do with labels; where the plight of a few is also a plight of all? Is 'what we do to our brethren' a guiding principle here, or is it just a case of 'let them deal with it'? It's not our problem?

Over the past 50+ years we have made some really negative choices. We have allowed the degradation of the environment; permitted massacres of innocent people; committed our own government to kill innocents; allowed the almighty dollar to rule all of our basic policy decisions; watched people suffer while Wall Street makes money off the suffering of many; supported dictators who were business friendly; and watched religion become the battle cry of extremists who have placed no value on human life. At what point is the line drawn?

These are not easy questions to answer. But the fundamental questions remains: Are we waking gods; or are we the walking dead? Do we live according to made up labels and false separations; or do we live according to the idea that we are one and what happens to the one, affects us all?

Wednesday, June 26, 2013


The following is an excerpt from, WAKING GOD: THE TRILOGY, The Second Coming of Humanity.

Andrew let his mind stroll down the 2012 memory lane, recalling headlines and stories from that December when the world was, according to some, supposed to come to an end. Ever since, the growing strength of solar flares had played havoc with communication systems and power grids. While not taking them totally out, phone and TV reception was spotty at best and black and brown outs were everyday occurrences. For a while, the military went nuts. Not just the U.S., but any military that used advanced technology. They lost track of planes, ships, missiles, satellites, and even units of men. Fortunately for the U.S. and several other larger nations, they had standby systems that were less tech-based, so at least a degree of communications was established, albeit at World War II levels. Many retired generals and officers had to be called back to duty because the new crop of soldiers couldn’t function in the absence of modern technology. It would have been funny, he reflected, if it wasn’t for the early fears that everyone was going to attack each other, thinking some new electro-magnetic disruption weapon was being used against them. With many parts of the world involved in conflict or near conflict, that concern was not at all out of the question. In fact, China had made an incursion into Russia until they discovered that Russia, too, had lost their sophisticated technology. The U.S. had to back pedal when many of its drones stopped working and crashed into civilian populations, nearly starting new conflicts in the Middle East. If it wasn’t for the U.N., war with Iran and Pakistan would have been a reality.

What was really amusing was the weather service. With the loss of weather satellites, they had to return to reading gauges and relying on rotary phones to predict the weather. Phone companies scrambled to produce the old-style phones and make them available to the government. The loss of GPS navigation had ship captains taking courses to update their skills working with sextants. Students were at a loss with only very intermittent of use of iPhones, texting devices, internet games, laptops and other electronic devices. It was a boon to libraries, as rebellious students were now resigned to looking up information in books. And with the collapse of the economy, techno-production, and the scarcity of personal computers, often they were burdened with the archaic task of writing reports by hand.

Basically, society returned to the 50’s as far as technology use was concerned. The level of stress-related cases grew rapidly, approaching pandemic levels. The impact of the solar flares affected doctors, automobiles, social interaction, publishing, family life—every aspect of society touched by technology, which was all of it. People were not having a good time. Millions of cars were stranded everywhere when the electronics gave out. Ah, for good old-fashioned points in the distributor. It cost untold millions to clear vehicles off roads and highways. People were grateful for one military secret: its fleet of hydrogen gas powered trucks developed in case of massive power losses and pulse attacks.

“Is it getting warmer, or is it just me?”Andrew said. Then he noticed the sweat beading on Nico’s forehead.
“Yeah, not just you. No breeze to speak of, and it’s damned hot,” Nico said.
A sudden splash and both men, as well as Mara and Nilaihah, turned toward the front of the yacht. The anchor had dropped. They had assumed that they were going to pull up to one of the docks, but the skipper informed them to, “Wait until dark, then take small boat in.”
Nilaihah went to the rail. “Oh, my,” she said, as the group became aware of the rows of people looking into the harbor, staring at them.
Nico said, “I guess that’s why we’re waiting until dark.”

Thursday, May 30, 2013



We go through life seeing the world in a certain way. Then, things begin to change. The world becomes a little less focused. Time passes and what we thought we saw clearly, now becomes jagged and distorted. We begin to complain about the nature of things; they're just not the same. The world is collapsing, crumbling, and almost apocalyptic. Oh the humanity, things are not the way they used to be. We try everything in our power to change the world, to make things better and return to the good old days.

Then, one day, we have our eyes checked. Ooops, we discover we need glasses. We put them on and once again see order, brightness, smooth roads and clear skies. We begin to see the world correctly. It was not falling apart after all. It was our perception that was changing.

So my friends, when all looks to be crumbling and in turmoil, it may just be that we are really seeing  differently. The old paradigm isn't being destroyed, as such, we are just seeing a new one and the corrective lenses simply take a while to adjust.

Monday, May 13, 2013

"there’s no such thing as “Negative” energy"


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Melody knows what she's talking and says clearly and holds back on nothing. The excerpts below are so in keeping with basic premises of THE TRILOGY, that I just had to share.

"First of all, there’s no such thing as “Negative” energy. There is no dark force, no evil and no energy that will bring you down. There is love and there is the resistance to love/the lack of love/the absence of love. But that resistance or absence is not a force in its own right. That’s one of the biggest misunderstandings that many religions perpetuate in the world today. There’s no devil, no evil, and not even a watered down, light version of that called “negative energy”.

The great awaking

First, I’d like to answer the last part of your question: “It feels like we are preparing for something. I’m just not sure what.  Anyone else have this “sense”…?”
Yes, Awesome Dudette. I assure you that pretty much anyone and everyone with any kind of sensitivity to energy is experiencing what you are. It feels like something’s coming. Something big. Something awesome (ok, whether or not you are interpreting it as awesome or scary depends on your perspective, but you CAN experience it as awesome). And it seems to be speeding up.
We’re all feeling it. But what, exactly, are we feeling?
What we’re feeling is the rising energy (not negative energy, just energy). The vibration of the Universe is continuously rising. As frequencies get higher, they get faster, so everything is speeding up. The time between thought and manifestation is getting shorter.  It’s easier than ever to see the correlation between our focus and what shows up in our reality. But this also means that we have to be more responsible about what we place our powerful, reality creating focus on. We don’t have as much time to notice how we feel and correct our course before the physical manifestations show up. This can feel hectic and overwhelming (if you fight it or aren’t stable in your vibration), or it can feel like the best part of a roller coaster ride (Weeeeeeeeee!).

Friday, March 22, 2013


In the trilogy the world is described as place of chaos and turmoil; governed not by the politicians, but under the thumb of corporate interests. The environment is collapsing, religion has gone awry, and disasters plague every corner of the globe. Most of the Trilogy occurs after 2012. This was a date that the 'media' decided was to be the apocalypse. It is important to remember that the prophecies of the Mayans, Hopi, Nostradamus and others never said that 12/21/12 was the end of the world. It simply made good press. In fact, in keeping with conspiracy, it is quite possible that 12/21 was played up that way so that when nothing apparent happened on that day, the masses would simply dismiss the prophecies as just nonsense and not worthy of anymore consideration. All of the prophecies are still valid because they spoke of a process, not an end product.

So what happens now that the same warnings are being issued by science? We have warnings about a rapidly changing climate; the spread of  resistant diseases; tectonic plate shift and earthquake  events are being publicized; clearly economies are in disarray; and, religions are certainly faltering. Whenever you pay attention to the news, there are stories of flood, drought, famine, pestilence and mayhem. These come not from the prophets, but from science and on the ground fact.

Are these warnings being heeded? Have the special interests managed to blind the people to events that will forever alter their fate? Have 'they' cried wolf so often that people are desensitized to the calamities around them?

There are some great things happening on planet Earth. People are beginning to awaken to a new sense that something wonderful may be on the horizon. The question is, who will will the race: Those are are waking up, or those who would keep the human spirit in false chains?

Tuesday, February 12, 2013



Will the next Pope be a  Peter? According to Malachi it will be and several of the real candidates have Peter in their name. In Waking God: The Trilogy, we witness the 'fall of the Church' and the ensuing religious chaos. It will be interesting to see if the conclave takes the prophecies into account.

It is also worth noting that Nostradamus, in his Lost Tarot Symbols, saw the collapse of the church.


Saint Malachy (1094 - November 2, 1148) was known as great prophet. While in Rome in 1139 he received a vision showing him all the Popes from his day to the end of time. According to these prophecies, only two Popes remaining after John Paul II.
St. Malachy was reported to have possessed the powers of levitation, healing, and clairvoyance. While on his way to the Vatican to assume the post of papal legate for Ireland, he fell into trance and saw a line of papal reigns stretching from the successor to Innocent II and extending through centuries to the last of the line, identified as Peter of Rome. Malachy assigned short descriptions in Latin to each pope when he committed his vision to paper. These mottoes usually refer to a family name, birthplace, coat-of-arms, or office held before election to the papacy. Some of the phrases are multiple prophecies, written with ingenious word play.
Through the centuries, his prophecies have turned out to be amazingly accurate, even prophesying the date of his death. In all, 112 popes and their characteristics are listed from 1143 to the alleged end of the world, or perhaps religion as we know it, when truth is inlay revealed about human creation and destiny.
Saint Malachy's final words were: "Rome, the seat of the Vatican, will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people."
Prophecy of the Popes is a list of 112 short phrases in Latin. They purport to describe each of the Roman Catholic popes (along with a few anti-popes), beginning with Pope Celestine II (elected in 1143) and concluding with a pope described in the prophecy as "Peter the Roman", whose pontificate will end in the destruction of the city of Rome.

Malachy's Prophecies - The Last 10 Popes

1. The Burning Fire. PIUS X. 1903-1914. This Pope showed a burning passion for spiritual renewal in the Church.
2. Religion Laid Waste. BENEDICT XV. 1914-1922. During this Pope's reign saw Communism move into Russia where religious life was laid waste, and World War I with the death of millions of Christians who were carnage in Flanders Field and elsewhere.
3. Unshaken Faith. PIUS XI. 1922-1939. This Pope faced tremendous pressure from fascist and sinister powers in Germany and Italy, but he was an outspoken critic of Communism and Fascism which enraged Hitler.
4. An Angelic Shepherd. PIUS XII. 1939-1958. This Pope had an affinity for the spiritual world and received visions which have not been made public. Peter Bander says Pius XII "has emerged as one of the great Popes of all time," and he "was in the truest sense of the word an Angelic Pastor to the flock..."
5. Pastor and Mariner. JOHN XXIII. 1958-1963. John was a pastor to the world, much beloved, and the Patriarch of Venice. The connection to "mariner" is thus remarkable.
6. Flower of Flowers. PAUL VI. 1963-1978. Paul's coat-of-arms depicts three fleurs-de-lis, corresponding to Malachay's prophecy. His coat of arms included three fleurs-de-lis (iris blossoms).
7. Of the Half Moon. JOHN PAUL I. 1978-1978. John Paul I was elected Pope on August 26, 1978, when there was a half moon. He reigned 33 days, that is, about one month, when he died, although many think he was murdered. He was the 109th Pope - is "De Medietate Lunae" (Of the Half Moon). The corresponding pope was John Paul I (1978-78), who was born in the diocese of Belluno (beautiful moon) and was baptized Albino Luciani (white light). He became pope on August 26, 1978, when the moon appeared exactly half full. It was in its waning phase. He died the following month, soon after an eclipse of the moon.
8. The Labor of the Son. JOHN PAUL II. 1978-2005. Pope John Paul II was the most traveled Pope in history. He circled the globe numerous times, preaching to huge audiences everywhere he went. He survived an assassination attempt. He has written a book which has enjoyed a large circulation. Like the sun which never ceases to labor and provides light daily, this Pope has been incessant. He was born on May 18, 1920. On that date in the morning there was a near total eclipse of the sun over Europe. Prophecy - The 110th Pope is "De Labore Solis" (Of the Solar Eclipse, or, From the Toil of the Sun). Like the sun he came out of the East (Poland).
9. The Glory of the Olive. The Order of St. BENEDICT has said this Pope will come from their order. It is interesting that Jesus gave his apocalyptic prophecy about the end of time from the Mount of Olives. This Pope will reign during the beginning of the tribulation Jesus spoke of. The 111th prophesy is "Gloria Olivae" (The Glory of the Olive). The Order of Saint Benedict has claimed that this pope will come from their ranks. Saint Benedict himself prophesied that before the end of the world his Order, known also as the Olivetans, will triumphantly lead the Catholic Church in its fight against evil.
10. Peter the Roman - This final Pope will likely be Satan, taking the form of a man named Peter who will gain a worldwide allegiance and adoration. He will be the final antichrist which prophecy students have long foretold. If it were possible, even the very elect would be deceived. The 112th prophesy states: "In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will reign Petrus Romanus, who will feed his flock amid many tribulations; after which the seven-hilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people. The End."

Monday, January 21, 2013



"The number of Americans who do not identify with any religion continues to grow at a rapid pace. One-fifth of the U.S. public – and a third of adults under 30 – are religiously unaffiliated today, the highest percentages ever in Pew Research Center polling."

The information in this post is taken from:

In Waking God: The Trilogy, a future is portrayed where religion has loosened its grip on the masses. All that remains are entrenched fundamentalists who are trying to force their dogma upon people through terror and damnation; pretty much like they have throughout history. The Trilogy shows that the decline of the religious shackles being replaced by a more spiritual world view; one that does not force ideology upon anyone. One again, the Trilogy has been prophetic. particularly in light on the new research data.

Some of the other relevant findings include:
(Highlights added)

... many of the country’s 46 million unaffiliated adults are religious or spiritual in some way. Two-thirds of them say they believe in God (68%). More than half say they often feel a deep connection with nature and the earth (58%), while more than a third classify themselves as “spiritual” but not “religious” 

 One important factor behind the growth of the religiously unaffiliated is generational replacement, the gradual supplanting of older generations by newer ones.

But generational replacement is not the only factor at play. Generation Xers and Baby Boomers also have become more religiously unaffiliated in recent years

 The unaffiliated also are not uniformly hostile toward religious institutions. They are much more likely than the public overall to say that churches and other religious organizations are too concerned with money and power, too focused on rules, and too involved in politics. But at the same time, a majority of the religiously unaffiliated clearly think that religion can be a force for good in society

And atheists and agnostics overwhelmingly view religion’s declining influence as a good thing for society.

So what may be happening? Are people beginning to reject religious hypocrisy and dogma? Do people see the disconnect between religious dogma and practice? Are people merely reflecting a general discontent with established religion just like they are with established politics and economics? Is there a growing sense that there is more to what life is all about than church services? Do people just not care anymore as they are caught up in the daily struggle to survive?

Perhaps, like so may institutions and beliefs, religion is falling because a new paradigm is being created and the old just isn't working for people. Perhaps people want a new reality; one that makes sense, where we all work together with harm to none and benefit to all. A reality where it's not one faith vs. another might be in the cards, if, we have enough time to pull it off.