Posted in animals, Art, Culture

Bless the Rains Down in Africa


African Animals and Symbols ……… and some Emoticons added for fun here and there!




A beautiful and majestic land, rich with lush plant-life and magnificent animals.

African animals play a huge part in African culture. Their symbolism can be found throughout countless pieces of art and historical accouterments. Each animal has it’s own specific meaning and signifies a certain quality or characteristic such as courage, pride and valor.

In fact, several African tribes believe wearing animal carvings on their masks will improve their communication with animal spirits in the desert or wooded areas.

Posted in Entertainment, humor, Imagination

Blessed Are the Modern Geeks…

Yes! Blessed are the Modern Geeks for they shall inherit the blogs!


Geek: Related English dialect word Geck ‘fool,’ of Germanic origin or related to Dutch Gek ‘mad, fool!’


But the modern geeks are not of this sort. They engage in or discuss computer-related tasks obsessively or with great attention to technical detail. They are extremely excited or enthusiastic about a subject: one of specialized or even minority interest.

Posted in Imagination

Repeating Delusional Science?

Is this free-form or just deformed poetry? Or maybe, even a rambling form of prose or semi pros?

You decide!

Questionable Quantum Questions:

1. Is The Universe just a machine with Biomorphic Resonance?

2. Is Matter unconscious or subject to intellectual phase locking?

3. Are the Laws of Nature fixed or are they subject to evolving habits and collected memories?

4. Does Mass equal Energy and vice versus or is it all just “Oh G?”

5. Is there No Purpose or are we just at the whims of an all-knowing Imperial Polar Bear?

6. Is everything Inherited and spelled out in a Living “Free Will” subject to God’s special lawyer speak?

7. Does the mind actually reside in our head or are we all just “Out of Our Minds?”

8. What does “Moth Mystic for Medical Use Only” actually mean?

9. When does Paranormal enter the realm of Normalcy and the Illusionary Become Really Scary?”


Who ever thinks like this?

Well, apparently I did on a Sunday afternoon, December 12, 2014!

Posted in Movie Masterpiece, Music


A truely stunning visual masterpiece!

Filmed over nearly five years in twenty-five countries on five continents, and shot on seventy-millimetre film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders.






buddhism: the cycle of death and rebirth to which life in the material world is bound.


from Sanskritsaṃsāra.


Available on Netflix

Posted in History, Prose

Many Rivers to Cross . . .

The 304th Infantry Crossing Rhine River at St. Goar, Germany (4/9/45).

We had already done a hard day’s fighting when information came back to our trucks that the enemy battalian CP was still located in the next village.

The order was, ‘Take it!’

T/4 Frank Knapp, Jr., WWII


We owe our World War II veterans – and all our veterans – a debt we can never fully repay. Doc Hastings