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Is a ‘Small Game Cleaning Kit’ Really Necessary?

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…This thought just sort of popped into my mind earlier, while reminiscing about how I used to get out in nature more while hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, and so on. I still take part in some things that relate to outdoors, but gardening, taking short walks in the woods, target practicing, and building fires in a fire pit doesn’t cover the same ground as the things I mentioned prior.

Anyway, I was looking around the house and checking out some old gear, knives, guns, etc., only to realize that I no longer have any of my fishing equipment. Hmm, I must have lost it? Threw it away? Dang, has it been that long?

Well, I also stumbled across a plastic briefcase-looking thingy, that was a small game cleaning kit. Ahh, yes, it was something I bought from a sporting goods magazine a few years back. My oh my, this thing looks like it has never been used! Oh, wait a minute, it hasn’t… Ha!

Then, I got to thinking how I used to clean all kinds of small game (rabbits, squirrels, dove, etc.) and fish, without any kits. Are these small game kits really necessary or is it just some sales gimmick that makes for better gift ideas than practical use? I know that the answer to this question is rather simple, but it is sort of funny how everything has become monetized & merchandised to the point of madness, when you think about it.
Back when I used to fillet fish and clean small game, all I needed was a sharp, medium-sized knife, a saw blade knife (now they call it a bone saw), and preferably a pair of rubber or plastic gloves – but even they weren’t necessary as long as you had water nearby. I’d quickly clean my fish, rabbits, whatever, and rinse them off and soak them in salt water for a couple days before I fried or baked ’em. Well, the fish would usually either get cooked that day or froze for later use, but everything else would soak for a couple days in a brine solution while setting at the bottom of the fridge.

…Okay, originally, I was going to write a comical parody about this subject and type about how no hunter or fisherman can make it without these kits, but I changed my mind. With that being said, lets check out some of these “Game Cleaning Kits” (I suppose they can be used for big & small game) and see what all the fuss is about:


Actually, this is the set I bought a few years back. Why I bought this, I’m yet to figure out, but it only cost me $30-35+ dollars (right now they are on sale for $20 bucks @ Amazon), so at least I didn’t get too ripped off. I think I was already ordering from the place and seen that kit and evidently thought it was cute or something, and ordered it as well. …This set includes a 5 1/2″ boning knife, 4″ skinning knife, 5″ game shears, 8″ utility knife, 6 1/2″ metal cleaver, 7 1/2″ sharpening bar, and 17″ bone saw all packed securely in an impact resistant carrying case.


This next kit’s (the one depicted above) product description is: The most complete and portable butchering kit for dressing big game, small game, waterfowl, wild turkey, and fish. Includes 4 of the most useful knives for butchering, featuring high carbon 420 stainless steel and full tang construction. Kit also includes: tungsten carbide V-sharpener, 10″ double ground wood/bone saw, 5-1/4″ carving fork, game shears, brisket spreader, 10″ x 14″ cutting board, set of 6 surgical game cleaning gloves, and a hard-sided carrying case. The most complete and portable… Well, it better be, for $75 dollars!

I could provide more examples, but I think you get the idea. It is obvious that these kits are not necessary in my opinion, but outside of making great gift ideas, it sure makes you look like a professional hunter/gatherer, eh? So, after further review, maybe you need to buy your Big or Small Game Cleaning Kit, today!

Video: Growing Asparagus is Easy!

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asparagus…I recently watched a video about growing asparagus and just how easy it is to grow.  All of this time, I have thought it was one of those crops that involved special care and time.  The reason why I thought that way before, is because I evidently read some crap on the web a few years back, that most likely spawned from a few idiots that were just typing poppycock in hopes they would make a few bucks via their advert networks.  Anyway, in a moment, I’ll provide a video that explains in a simple fashion, just how easy it is to grow.

I already knew that asparagus has the ability to grow year after year without the worry of having to replant, but I’ve heard some folks act like some years you couldn’t get any yield and would have to let the plants “strengthen.”  Going by this video, the yield picks up the second year and thrives, under normal circumstances, for many more years to come.  Of course, you need to take care of the soil and make sure it is fertile enough, has enough nitrogen, etc.

Another well known fact about asparagus that isn’t included in this particular video, is the various health benefits a person can get by eating it.  There are medicinal properties as well, but instead of me turning this “how to grow” post into a “health benefits of” article, I’ll just drop down a Wiki link, so you can get started:

Random Tidbit: “Asparagus is a useful companion plant for tomatoes. The tomato plant repels the asparagus beetle, as do several other common companion plants of tomatoes. Meanwhile, asparagus may repel some harmful root nematodes that affect tomato plants.”

You can always search the web for more info, but try to only read from reliable sources.  When it comes to cooking this stuff, I’ve seen people steam it, bake it, grill it, use it in stir-fry, and even eat it raw.  Hell, even the store-bought asparagus out of a can taste great to me!  I especially like eating asparagus when I’m in a meat mood, lets say steak, and all I mainly want is to eat the meat but need something else to add to my plate for balance.  This is a healthy choice for a 2-course meal because it is power-packed with nutrients, and this is what I mean by balancing out a meal that lacks variety.

Oh, when I do eat asparagus out of a can, all I do is put it on a plate, drizzle it with a little canola oil and sprinkle some seasoned salt and black pepper on it, throw in the microwave for about 45 seconds, and presto!

Now, lets get back to growing asparagus and the video I’m about to provide, to show how easy this is.  Anyway, in a thumbnail, the guy just dug a few trenches about 8 inches deep, dropped in some 2-year-old asparagus crowns, keeping them about 8 inches apart, covered them back up with dirt, and his crop took off within weeks.  Okay, at any rate, that’s enough rambling from me.  Check out the video, below:

—End of Post “Video: Growing Asparagus is Easy!”

Buy Coconut Water Packets & Powder Online


coconut_water_powderWhat is it with this latest coconut craze?

…Since I keep hearing about all of this coconut powder, packets, on-the-go coconut drink mixes and so on, for hydration and to replenish lost electrolytes, I decided to check it out.
Actually, this subject spawned from a recent conversation I had with a friend. She was wanting me to find the best deals for this product, since most of the ones on those health websites were way overpriced.  I knew right where to go, as this super-sized affiliate-based retailer has almost everything, it seems. I’ll provide a couple links in a moment; anyway…

Many of you know that coconut is excellent for your skin, and I’m also a supporter of its oil that is often used when popping the traditional theater popcorn, as well. In fact, you can read more about that, here: “Coconut Oil Myth – Debunked

This particular blog post is promotional, as it is a break from the norm on this site, considering I usually cover more interesting, debatable, thought-provoking subjects. However, I wanted to do a quick blog post about coconut water packets, in the event that I may need to redirect somebody to this post that is searching for coconut powder online.

Plus, it will eliminate your long search time for these products and will save you from reading endless amounts of hooey and hogwash on some of those wanna-be health guru websites & blogs; ha-ha!

Out of all the products I read about, the one I have pictured in the upper-left corner, was the best deal.  The product details are as follows: Case of 4 Pack; 10 single serve sachets in each pack; each sachet makes an 8 to 10 fl oz coconut water drink; total of 80-100 fl oz of coconut water drink mix per pack.  This product is fat free, low in calories and sugar; good source of potassium and contains five essential electrolytes: potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, and phosphorous.
Portable “to-go” stick pack sachets so you can literally hydrate on the go.
100% all-natural ingredients and has no preservatives, no artificial flavors along with no caffeine; pH balance of 5.

Product Description: Excellent for replacing lost electrolytes due to exercise, fatigue, heat exhaustion, hangover, or illness.  This product provides instant hydration and allows Coconut Water to be with you on the go, which is perfect for running, biking, hiking, or traveling, for example.  It is very affordable – Cheaper per fluid ounce than any Ready-to-Drink natural coconut water.

If you are interested in buying this product, click the link below:

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You can also purchase the on-the-go or as they often call “To-Go” flavored drink packets for your bottled water. You can get coconut powder mixed with green tea, pomegranate, etc. If you’re looking for those types of drink mixes along with other related products, go here:

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For all other coconut products for skin care, shampoo, cooking, etc., go here:

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—End of Post “Buy Coconut Water Packets & Powder Online”

Primordial Soup Theory or Primitive Chili without Beans?

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primordial_soup  This article is being wrote for a few reasons. For one, when it comes to the origins of life – whether you are science based or fueled by a faith-based religion – no matter how you slice it, theorize it, believe in it, etc., at some point “magic” must have happened. Where did this life-creating “magic” come from? God? Space Monkeys? The land of something from nothingness? Blah, blah…

  This subject came up a few days ago, when I was told that the “Theory of Evolution” was divided into two parts, and that since I kept bringing up the origin of life and how it doesn’t work with the theory of evolution, that I was talking about the “history” aspect and how there are many theories for that. LOL! Well, I suppose there is an excuse for everything…

  Oh, on a side note: The reason why I bring up origins of life and how it doesn’t work with the theory of evolution, is simply because, in my opinion, they are confusing adaptation and acclimation with creation, which are two totally different things. I don’t need a theory to tell me I can adapt, but you better have a really good one to explain how I was created. Pretty simple, eh? Now, back to the topic at hand…

In less words, the Primordial Soup theory often comes into play when all the other scientific theories are backed against the wall, with no more room for weak attempts of explanation, just to say “poof!” Sort of like the big bang theory from a singularity of nothing, says “bang!”

Anyway, before I get off subject here, the Primordial Soup theory, to me, often sounds more like primitive chili without beans; LOL!
In fact, I don’t like chili without beans. When I desire such things, I want it complete and packed full of flavor. Hmm, at the end of this short post, I think I will drop down my recipe ingredients for Chili, just to be relevant to my title; ha!

I’m not going to waste a lot of time explaining this theory of life-spawning primitive soup, as you can read all about it under the title “Abiogenesis” (which is the lovely study of how biological life could miraculously arise from inorganic matter through awesome natural processes) on Wikipedia, here: 

However, within that particular page, there was a quick summary…

“Biochemist Robert Shapiro has summarized the “primordial soup” theory of Oparin and Haldane in its “mature form” as follows:

1. The early Earth had a chemically reducing atmosphere.
2. This atmosphere, exposed to energy in various forms, produced simple organic compounds (“monomers”).
3. These compounds accumulated in a “soup,” which may have been concentrated at various locations (shorelines, oceanic vents, etc.).
4. By further transformation, more complex organic polymers – and ultimately life – developed in the soup.
While steps 1-3 have been basically observed experimentally, step 4 has been criticized as simplistic – a stage of “then magic happens.”

See, even the word “magic” occurs on the Wiki page, just as I have been labelling such theories and notions about the origins of primitive life, for years.

If anybody has any opinions about this Primordial Soup stuff or if you simply have a favorite chili recipe to share (preferably with beans as opposed to without), feel free to do such, in the comment field below.

When I prepare my spicy 3 Bean Chili, I use the following ingredients: Tomato juice along with peeled whole tomatoes from a can, 2 lbs. of ground beef (marinated with Worcestershire sauce), 1 chili seasoning packet, small sliced onion, jalapeno slices, Louisiana hot sauce, seasoned salt, black pepper, kidney beans, pinto beans, black beans, and a big, finely chopped green bell pepper; yummy!

Does having higher levels of oxygen in the body help prevent Cancer?


This post was inspired by a Q & A section on another website, from a question entitled: “Is there any real proof that genetics relate to disease?”

While, in my opinion, the answer is clear, many folks think that it is merely a hypothesis or even a big load of steaming dung, that a person with higher levels of oxygen, has a better chance of preventing cancer.

See, here’s the thing, it is not the “oxygen treatments” that are available today, that disproves or proves this notion, but the fact that if your body is full of oxygen through and throughout, that cancer really doesn’t have a home. Easier said than done, sure, but have you ever thought that the most complicated mysteries could very well have the most simple solutions? Have you ever wondered why life in the past used to grow bigger and live longer?

Anyway, I’ve noticed over the years, that when a person does get cancer in areas of the body where oxygen should be most abundant, that the spread of the disease and the death rate increases substantially. Look at it this way, how rare is heart cancer??? When a person gets lung cancer, oral/throat cancer, etc. (highly oxygenated areas), the outlook is often grim, and so on.

Now, before the skeptics come in with all the babble about how oxygenation therapy, hyperoxygenation, bio-oxidative therapy, oxidative therapy, ozone therapy, autohemotherapy, hydrogen peroxide therapy, oxidology, oxymedicine, and germanium sesquioxide are utter baloney, like the ones mentioned on this site (link is no longer active), I would like to make a point that I’m talking about before cancer sets in, ya know, as a preventative measure and so forth…

I recently found a website that spoke about what I have thought for a long while about this subject, during the first couple of paragraphs, here:

There very well could be a link between oxygen levels in the body and cancer. One of the main reasons for cancer is when a person has low levels of cellular oxygen. Cells can turn cancerous when low levels of oxygen damage the respiration enzymes to the point to where they cannot produce energy using oxygen.

A quick excerpt from that particular site: “In 1931 Dr. Warburg won his first Nobel Prize for proving cancer is caused by a lack of oxygen respiration in cells. He stated in an article titled The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer that “the cause of cancer is no longer a mystery, we know it occurs whenever any cell is denied 60% of its oxygen requirements.”

“Cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. Summarized in a few words, the prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen in normal body cells by a fermentation of sugar. All normal body cells meet their energy needs by respiration of oxygen, whereas cancer cells meet their energy needs in great part by fermentation. All normal body cells are thus obligate aerobes, whereas all cancer cells are partial anaerobes.”

Now, one may ask, how do you elevate your body’s level of oxygen and how will all of my organs and cells be provided with an ample supply of oxygen at all times? One could automatically start going into things like “natural cures” and promote herbal supplements like Ginseng, that supposedly raises oxygen levels and a sense of well-being; one could start harping about exercise, not smoking, and so on, but one could also blame such matters on the PH level of your blood and speak about ways to elevate your PH, eat more veggies and less meat, blah, blah, etc.

I know this was a rather quick blog post without very much elaboration, but it is one of those types of queries and thought-provoking subjects (in my opinion) that I think would be better discussed in the comment field or left up to the reader to research for their self. Hey, only YOU can truly change your ways and only YOU can control your mindset, beliefs, actions and whatnot. In short, just think of all the different ways the body becomes healthier when your blood flows freely while your body is stress free, happy, laughing, exercising, thinking, breathing nicely, etc., and perhaps you may find the best preventative measure for disease within your own self, yet… One can only hope, as this is just a simple drug-free idea, but for anybody to say that oxygen is not an enemy of the cell-killing cancer, must not be thinking very clearly, since oxygen is what keeps you ALIVE, during your brief stay on this lovely Blue Planet; cheers!

I’d appreciate any feedback that anybody is willing to offer, in the comment field…… 😀

Hollow Earth or Mysterious Inner World?



I’ve recently stumbled across a lot of “Hollow Earth” talk of late, and finally decided to read a bit more about it. After spending a little time on the subject, I was like: “Hmm… Some of that Hollow Earth stuff is interesting, even if it’s just an elaborate hoax. However, there is no doubt that civilizations can live underground, but the Hollow Earth hypothesis claims a vast amount of territory, so much that it would conflict with the very science of planetary formations, but it is still interesting, nonetheless.”

Several years ago, the entire notion of there being a mysterious “Inner World” was by no means too far-fetched for me, but I think the concept has stretched over time or perhaps has become distorted into more fantastical proportions than I care to ponder.

However, like I thought prior, underground life is something that humans are very capable of.
I’m sure that certain sectors of the Government (with or without a secret society) could tell ya all about it, but they may have to kill you afterwards… Ha! Just kidding, right?

Anyway, the reason for the way I chose to title this article, is that there could very well be a mysterious Inner World, even if the Hollow Earth concept is scientifically impossible. Personally, the Hollow Earth concept is highly entertaining, makes for great science fiction stories, and invokes the imagination, but is a bit too much to swallow, when looking at this subject in a semi-logical fashion.
…But before you go to smack the rationality out of my brain, please remember that I also, at the same time, think it is very possible that there is a mysterious Inner World, just not to the degree that most Hollow Earth proponents claim.

I believe in a vast network of underground tunnels, caverns, lakes, facilities, networks, etc., along with different races of beings, aliens, advanced technology, UFOs, you name it, all tucked away underneath the surface as well as certain places above it. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that during major cataclysmic events or during acts of war, the safest place to be would be underground and/or under the surface.
It reminds me, although this technically wouldn’t be considered under the earth, when big dogs run into my yard that broke loose from their chain, and my outdoor cats all flee under the house via the vent holes and select openings in the foundation. It’s the same concept really, but to totally deny the possibility of an Inner World or underground civilization(s), would be to deny the intelligence of ancient civilizations and the extraterrestrial visitors, from the past.
Oh, I just spoke about extraterrestrial beings visiting this planet as a fact? Yeah, so what; sue me!

At any less than ordinary rate, I can’t help but think about the underground network that is possibly found beneath those lovely, mysterious, great pyramids in Egypt.
I also can’t help but notice, how an Inner World would haphazardly explain the underwater UFOs that have been sighted numerous times, the Bermuda Triangle mysteries, the Lost City of Atlantis (depending on your knowledge of the subject), and so on.
I’m not trying to come off as some myth-loving fanatic, but I’m also the same person who always never doubted fire-breathing, flying dragons, either. Speaking of that, didn’t they discover some insect that blew fire from their bunghole, a while back? Yeah, that is the “bombardier beetle,” for example.

Well, since it seems to be common around here to post links about everything people are reading while writing their blog posts, I just read some page about if fire-breathing dragons are possible, here: [link is no longer active]

I’m not going to the extreme and saying that George Bush along with many other humanoid figures on Earth are actually reptilian aliens that have morphed into a Homo sapien figure or anything like you often read from the web’s weirdest places, nor am I gonna say that there isn’t a planet out there inhabited with intelligent grasshopper beings standing 8 feet tall, or even attempt to lace the Hollow Earth hypothesis with the unsolved mysteries of Cryptozoology, but I’m also, at the same time, going to say that not all life necessarily has to be carbon-based, either. Dang, that was a long sentence… Ha! But do ya get my drift..? Sometimes, it is better to say that you simply don’t know, as opposed to claiming to know the inner-workings of the entire universe (Dang, we got enough of those people, right?).

Anyway, the point is, there is way more to life than what many people care to believe. It still amazes me today, how most of the well-off people (the ones not struggling for survival) that dwell on this beautiful planet that is located deep within a cosmos the size of all imaginations combined, that don’t even think outside of mundane thoughts, daily routines, news feeds, politics, organized religions and dogma dung, reality (fake) television shows, and textbook science that limits creativity and cognitive function. Do we really live in a brainwashed, brain-dead society, for the most part?

Oh, great… I’m getting way off subject here… What was the topic again? Oh, yeah, “Hollow Earth or Mysterious Inner World?”

Well, this leads me to a link that I’m about to provide. If you really have the time, and would like to read some highly elaborate material over this subject (if you dare to do such; ha!), whether it be pure baloney or fanciful story telling, go here:

That page even included the Admiral Richard B. Byrd’s Diary (February – March 1947), which spoke about the “Exploration flight over the North Pole – The Inner Earth – My Secret Diary.”

That particular section of the page, started with: “I must write this diary in secrecy and obscurity. It concerns my Arctic flight of the nineteenth day of February in the year of Nineteen and Forty-Seven. There comes a time when the rationality of men must fade into insignificance and one must accept the inevitability of the Truth! I am not at liberty to disclose the following documentation at this writing …perhaps it shall never see the light of public scrutiny, but I must do my duty and record here for all to read one day. In a world of greed and exploitation of certain of mankind can no longer suppress that which is truth.”

Anyway, that page was so long and covered so many areas within this subject matter, I had to get it printed off, as I will finish reading it, later on, since I’m running out of “extra” free time at the moment.
Many of you will eat up the material found on that page, hook, line, and sinker, and many of you will have lots of new fuel to ignite with criticism, as most of you will never even click or read it period; ha-ha!

So, do you believe in the Hollow Earth Hypothesis?
Or, do you believe in the Inner World concept I mentioned about?
Or, do you believe in neither or do you even care, to begin with?
No, this is not a poll question, as I’ll let my ‘comment field’ act as the substrate for that type of growth…

The Power of Thought, Projections, Imagination…


imagination    This is a 2-part post.  The first half will be about how “Imagination has a Reason for Existing” and the second part will be about “The Power of Thought & Projections.” 

  Even if you’re one of the lame folks that rarely use it, imagination is there and has a mysterious purpose for existing, but there’s a reason nonetheless.

  Many folks, especially the so-called “overly educated” ones, often forget the powers and reasons for imagination.
By the way, we are not talking rocks, nor can any scientific formula unravel the mysteries of life, albeit there will always be people who think they have “figured it all out.” Ha-ha!

  Most semi-normal human beings have the ability to ponder, wonder, think deeply and contemplate complex queries along with dreaming up fantasies, fantastical notions, and imaginative, creative ideas, etc.

Notice that I say most ( I would like to say ALL) humans “have the ability,” as I excluded the facts and percentages of lame brains, brainwashed folks, and people full of inane thought processes, but I have my reasons for saying such things.

Most of us have heard some of the old quotes that spoke about how imagination is more important than knowledge, and how imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions, and so on.

Well anyway, I was just searching online, to see what type of creative jargon ranked well under this topic, and I ran across an interesting page entitled “The Powers of Imagination.” Many of the mystics and hopeful romantics out there, will love stuff like this (Ha!). But seriously, here is a quick excerpt from that page, below:

“Within the Astral worlds, often known as “the beyond” or “the afterlife” where people transition after the process erroneously known as “death,” there are vast areas of Energy comprising just about every type of environment; all consensus creations of numerous people from the past, present and future relative to temporal concept of Earth “time.” These creations are the result of vast collective, consensual Energy configurations that are continually being influenced by Mind, and which Energy therefore endures under that consensual Mind influence almost forevermore.”

You can read more, here:

The purpose for this post, is to hopefully rattle the cages of closed minds and to weaken the strongholds of those copy & paste, facts only, Wikipedia quoting fanatics. It is like some people can’t think for their self anymore.
Yeah, I like to use facts and figures when researching at times, but I leave room for my intuition and imagination to fill in the blanks or to create new ideas and possibilities, during the process.

Have you ever wondered why Science Fiction often becomes a reality, over time?
Have you ever thought about how the power of creation may stem from thoughts, alone?
Anti-creationists really get angry or quarrelsome when you mention something that goes against their eternal matter that magically formed from a tiny point of singularity that went bang without a banger involved, but in a divine sense, can you imagine the power of thoughts and imagination as a whole?
No wonder creation never stops throughout the cosmos.

On an indirectly related note… Most of us have all heard of the perplexing question: Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
I’ve heard all types of answers for this question, ranging from not only the ‘chicken’ or the ‘egg’ or ‘why in the hell are you asking me?’ for the answers, but unusual answers like the “unchicken before it became a chicken to lay the egg” along with other asinine crap that I’m not going to bother even typing.

This is an age-old question… Aristotle (384–322 BC) was puzzled by the idea that there could be a first bird or egg and concluded that both the bird and egg must have always existed. He said: “If there has been a first man he must have been born without father or mother – which is repugnant to nature. For there could not have been a first egg to give a beginning to birds, or there should have been a first bird which gave a beginning to eggs; for a bird comes from an egg.”

Creationists would say that the Chicken came first, and most evolutionists would probably say that the egg came first via a mutation from some other non-chicken bird that eventually became a chicken? Say whaaa?

Then, there is the ‘neither’ answer.
Here is a quick copy & paste quote (excuse me) from Wikipedia: “In Buddhism, Hinduism, as well as other Dharmic religions, there is the belief of the wheel of time which regards time as cyclical and with repeating ages, as some other cultures such as Mesoamerican (Aztecs, Mayan) and some native American Indians believe. Their idea of time gives a different answer to the question of “who is first.” The concept of eternal return, which is well known in the Western culture through the writings of Nietzsche indicates that there is repetition of time. The assumption is that time is eternally repetitive, and therefore, there is no “first” in eternity; there is no creation. The answer then becomes: neither the egg nor the chicken is first. There is no “first” in a cyclical view of time.”

So lets just combine all of the answers and say that the power of divine imagination created both at the same time, no?

Humans have limited power, but we do have the ability to create from the material that we have. Have you ever wondered how much we create subconsciously and through our conscious thoughts on a regular basis, that we are not even aware about? Like I mentioned before, imagination has a reason for existing, so can you imagine the power of such, on a grand scale?
Anyway, this subject could go on forever, but I just wanted to jot down a few notes to help spark some fresh ideas about what role people think that imagination plays in our ongoing existence within this seemingly never-ending cosmos that is paralleled with the never-never land of thoughts via the 5th dimension. Is God from another dimension?
At any rate, feel free to enlighten me with whatever ideas or insults you possess towards this subject; cheers!

consciousness  The entire basis for our existence along with our obvious levels of consciousness is powered by collective thoughts, but I’m not getting into a long, drawn out debate about the theories of creation – nor am I going to expound upon the properties of spiritual significance. However, I will briefly chatter about the power of thought and also what is known as “thought projections.”

It is amazing, at times, what I consider to be normal, ordinary and commonplace, are actually concepts, ideas and beliefs (albeit actualities) of what many folks consider to be outlandish, insane and just downright mad. Oh, but how many times have I said that the mind is a universe in itself?

Even as a kid, thought projections and the much similar concepts of telepathy was like, uh, duh! Later on, while still being a kid, I heard via science fiction stories and movies that aliens used telepathy to communicate, but hell, we are just as much aliens as they are, technically, although the levels of existence varies from vessel to vessel, if ya get my drift.

Anyway, I think that most human beings, even on this current K-3 planet, experience and are semi-aware about the power of thoughts. By the way, K-3 stands for Kindergarten through 3rd grade, as I think the High School on this planet left a long time ago. So when you hear me speak about being a 4th grader stuck on a K-3 planet, feel free to ignore me and concentrate more on the subject at hand; ha!

How many of y’all have really tried to send a message to somebody, animal or human, (doesn’t matter who) and feel that strong sense of the reciprocation of thoughts without words? How many times have you predicted the very words that have yet to be spoken? How many people find more truth in their feelings as opposed to what they actually think?

Telepathy is a direct means of communication, and is on a much higher level of existence than common thought projections are, but it all starts from somewhere, right?
A critic can simply claim that when you are around certain folks long enough, you pick up a pattern of words and thoughts, but that simply doesn’t explain the obvious invisible means of conveying messages with people you rarely even see or know!

It happens to me all the time, and I can’t count how many times a person has said to me, “how did you know that … I was just about to say that … You already knew what I was thinking,” blah, blah. I usually just say “Oh, uh, yeah,” and change the subject as it is nothing weird for me. I don’t know how many times, for yet another example, I can bring food over that I cooked for somebody, and they say something like, “that is so strange, I haven’t thought about that in months but for some reason, yesterday, that kept popping into my mind (whatever type of meal it was), etc.

To make it short, I stumbled across a short web page the other day that was talking about thought projections like it was some new discovery or something. I didn’t comment on it, but I could hardly keep from laughing at the content that was glowing from my computer monitor.

This is so old that, although I can’t technically prove it, since the dawn of existence, the power of thoughts is what runs the entire thing. Just think, no wonder scientists have such a hard time understanding the expanding universe, consciousness, quantum mechanics, dark matter, dark energy, the true nature of gravity, and so on.

I’ve always thought that most of the “force” behind things is invisible to our “human” eye. Hey, go draw me a picture of the invisible line of gravity between two objects, for example? Draw me a picture of that strong sense you get when somebody is STARING at you with a thousand-yard stare, only to turn around and see that very same thing, but, uh, you sensed it first!

…I could list so many examples, sort of like how a dog always knows when a person is scared.
Sort of like there have been cats that could sense when a person is about to die in a nursing home. And on and on we go…

I’m still dumbfounded by the fact that most people, as a whole, don’t realize the power of thoughts and how strong and/or what type of effect thought projections can have on this world.
In fact, I wish people would quit thinking about doom & gloom all the time, as if we keep dreaming this stuff up, it will eventually happen.
Then again, this is a K-3 planet, so what do I care? Ha!

Well, I was going to research about thought projections and paste some data into this post, but I have verbally rambled enough already, so, so much for that!

At any rate, feel free to provide comments that relate to this subject below, as I would be interested in hearing what others think about thought projections and/or the power of thought; cheers!

God is from another Dimension…


Side Note: I’m intentionally making this particular article short and sweet, as the comment field should eventually fill out the rest of this silly, futile story. I do realize how sensitive the subject matter is, and would hate to be overly elaborate at the wordy forefront of grand verbosity, when the background noise shall provide all the chaos we need in all of its utter pomposities……

I’m so sick and tired of hearing the whines and moans of not only atheists and religionists trying to “prove” their case, but also those wanna-be, innocent little agnostics who claim to be “sitting on the fence” while avoiding conflict due to their own thoughts, which, at times, seems to be even more stupid and cause even more fights, when they debate about this subject.

…But before those beloved “middle ground,” grey area lovers even try to comment with vitriol, I must say that a true “agnostic” would shy away from such conversations, albeit there is nothing like a simple-minded agnostic jumping in the middle of a heated debate between a group of angry atheists and a herd of disgruntled religionists; ha-ha! Oh, please mind you, those poor little “innocent” agnostics don’t have a side and are simply instigating, if ya will… What a joke! LOL!

Anyway, God is from another dimension, and is not some “sky fairy” or “magical wand-waver” from afar that lives next to the star of Betelgeuse from the constellation of Orion, for example. Please don’t confuse God with the poor little grey aliens that are fleeing their giant, dying, red star and visiting us via UFO action and secret, secret boogy-boogy stuff; geez!

What is it with some of y’all?
Why do some people argue nearly every waking hour that they are online or offline, about God?
Self conflict and personal issues, anyone? Considering we are all apart of the cosmic situation / eternal existence, I’d say so, wouldn’t you?

Before I say anything more, the other “dimension” that I speak about, is from the inside – within all of us.

Yes, dear dawdling darlings, the funnels that create don’t procreate in the same dimension.
Even you, before your dependent little ass was born, wasn’t, what I would call, in the same dimension before birth. [See photo below]

Even a computer-based game programmer doesn’t visibly live inside the games he/she creates.
But what if we are all endless dividends of the divine programmer?
Emotions aren’t physically visible, either, as they are not considered an object, yet you can sense and feel them, nonetheless.
Objects exist throughout the universe, without the need for such sentiment, so if everything was just, uh, simple “matter” that could be explained scientifically, then why is there all the confusion of erratic thoughts?
Are we all scattered into tiny bits from a whole while trying to find all of the parts from within?
No wonder the “theory of evolution” has become a religion for the many lost beings out there who lack intuition and an overall sense of self-awareness!
At any rate…

Oh, some of the so-called “atheists” (such a lame term, by the way) claim to only provide logical and rational thoughts, blah, blah, as you and your anti-God people often say?
Can you also say, “mechanical thoughts?”
Can you also say that “we are all apart of this thing we call God” and that “we are all responsible for our own actions and can either help ‘create’ a better world or, at the same time, be able to destroy the quality of life and shun from egalitarianism in all forms?”

Speaking of that, I provided a pretty cool video on my Hub entitled “Egalitarianism – Easier Said than Done…,” as you might want to check it out.

Oh, back to the point:

Rationalists often use that Object/Concept crap, when debating about such matters like God, Religion, and so forth.
I usually call this the “dead rock religion.”
They basically say, “if it ain’t an object with a location, it doesn’t exist.”
…Many atheists use this, for whatever reason.
I find the whole entire notion to be quite inane, especially since, going by their logic, the “mind” must not exist, as it is truly not a visible object with a location that can be technically placed with x & y coordinates, among many other things.
I’m not talking about the thoughtless brain matter itself, but the “mind” behind and/or inside it, the “stuff” that powers it, as many folks know, that the “mind” is still a medical mystery to this day – ya know, the powers of the mind and whatnot; praise be!

I recently read an interesting web page on this subject, that somewhat paralleled with some of my prior thoughts about God and our existence that I had several years ago, which is somewhat odd, to say the least, although I still basically think the same way towards this subject, as I did several years ago. Anyway, you can find that article, here:

Okay, well, until the day comes when “science” can label the mind that is behind all the thoughts and actions of each individual as an object with a definite location, they will never have any evidence that God (as we are all apart of) doesn’t exist because we all know, deep down, that our thoughts are real even though they are not “technically” considered an object; get real…

What are you waiting for? …Now get the ball rolling; feel free to comment below; cheers!

Satire: Reasons for the Polar Shift – Revealed!


rhino…Hold on to your seat, folks; we are in for a new awakening!

  I’m about to tell ya what the Mayans and ancient prophets never knew…
Pay no attention to the scientists, as they seem to become more clueless by the day.
If you fear that the end is coming, think not, as there is still hope, if we act fast!

  No, I’m not charging you $19.95 for a secret pamphlet that reveals all the answers via all-knowing knowledge of nothingness, as what I’m about to tell ya came from the greatest prophet known to man, which is a French Fry guy at McDonald’s that took a couple hits of LSD during the process! Yes, true awakening is at hand…

I keep hearing all of this talk about an upcoming Polar Shift at the end of 2012 and how the ultimate Doomsday is upon us…

Well, let me explain, and without you paying me anything, the true global secrets shall be revealed!

Put down your Big Macs and say “hold” on the super-sized french fries at your local fast-food joint, as that is part of the freakin’ problem!
Excessive amounts of lipids got you down? Well, Mother Nature feels the same way…

Ya see, dear mortals, the upcoming Polar Shift is not due to some cosmic event or from some gravitational misalignment by way of Planet X, Planet Nibiru, Eris or some other foreign celestial body of mass heading this way, it is simply because of the “weight displacement theory” of mankind.

As we should all know, obesity is a big problem in America and in a lot of other areas in the Northern Hemisphere, and things are about to turn on its side in due time!
The large mammals from the southern hemisphere like the Hippos, Elephants, Rhinoceroses, etc., have been acting as a counterbalance for thousands of years. …And now that the American diet has plagued not only America, of course, it has also spread to China, Europe, etc.
Well, you see, we got too much weight up here on the Northern Hemisphere, folks!
Even the mighty land mammals down south, are having a hard time balancing this thing out!
Please, back away from the table, fellow gluts; put the fork down, and start eating less junk, folks, before we turn the deserts into the arctic tundra, and the jungle into barren land!

We have this globe-like thingy, an Earth, if ya will, that spins life around the sun at a constant rate. Mother Nature is awesome in all its glory, but has never been able to grow candy bars, pies, and cakes from the ground, for example. Humans constantly make these things SHE cannot, which pisses her off, so Mother Nature factors in the French Fry guy’s “polar shift via weight displacement theory” from a local McDonald’s, and she is thinking about making it happen. She says, “look, dear bitches, bastards and beloved heathens, along with the lovely gluts and flatulent fucks, if ya keep eating what I don’t provide, I’m going to let this thing shift as it wants; it is your world and so be it.”

Well, ladies and gentlemen, there you have it. The reasons for the possible Polar Shift has been revealed!
You didn’t need to go to Bible college, study ancient history or have a science degree after all, just a little common sense about weight displacement and obesity… We got too much weight up here on the top half of the planet, so please treat those Elephants, Rhinos, and other large mammals down south, with a little extra care, eh? …As they are the only beings that are currently keeping the possible polar shift and erratic Earth wobble, somewhat in check; cheers! LOL!

Quantum Jumping vs. Deep Meditation & Creative Imagination


atomic_collisionWhat is all this talk about “Quantum Jumping?” I’m sure many of you have run across the adverts related to this subject, and there is a lot of talk about it on the web, as well. Today, I’m going to delve into this topic and just see what all this “jumping” is about, with or without the quantum babble. With what little I have gathered in the past, I’d say that a person can achieve, whatever this expensive course suppose to do, similar goals with deep meditation and creative imagination, but we’ll see…

[Researching… Watching Videos… Sorting through crap…]

Okay, I’m back. Wow! …Such marketing hype out there!

A quick quote from the official Quantum Jumping website: “Quantum Jumping is a meditation and visualization technique created by 84-year-old Burt Goldman, a leader in the human consciousness movement. Quantum Jumping is a powerful way to tap into the expanded zone of awareness where ideas and inspiration flow freely.”

To me, these people seem to gain a euphoria similar to those in church while praying, singing, and praising the Lord. Some of these folks also seem to feel a sense of Nirvana like people often find in Buddhism and/or during deep meditation while using creative imagination.

To cut to the core of this method, Quantum Jumping is based on the idea that multiple universes exist. This “jumping” technique sounds very similar to astral projection, astral travel or a form of OBE (out-of-body experience), as they (the people that promote & market this concept) claim that you can get in contact with another YOU from another universe. Hmm, I suppose they are proponents of String Theory, as well? Anyway, on their official website, they will plainly tell you that it doesn’t matter if you take their concepts literally or metaphorically, because their classes work, regardless. (Red Flag! Save your money!) I have no doubt that this stuff works well for many people, but if you can achieve the same goal for free or for very little money, why fall for the hype? On the other hand, if ya got plenty of money and are looking to encounter some cool, creative, boogy-boogy astral travel via a wild, free-roaming imagination, dive on in! Oops, I mean jump on out! LOL!

Speaking of classes, they are extremely expensive, by what I gather. Don’t worry, I’ll provide a YouTube video in a moment, that will provide you with an honest review.
Now, I must say, people have been doing this sort of thing for ages! But before, they didn’t have this “Quantum” label to smack onto it.

The whole quantum this and quantum that, is sort of trendy right now, if ya haven’t noticed. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve studied a little bit about quantum mechanics and whatnot, and it’s very interesting, to say the least. It is one aspect of science that does seem to get a little “spooky” or religious-sounding for a lot of standard scientists, but no matter if you agree with the foundation of quantum entanglement or whatever, for example, it makes a person think.
In my opinion, when it comes to quantum entanglement and related theories, viewing the universe and the life within it as a whole, is an excellent way of thinking. Call it a theory of unity if it makes you feel better, but I’ll also provide a video that takes a peek at that, as well.

Since this post does most of its talking by way of videos, I don’t have much to add, other than I see an upcoming spiritual-type religion surfacing more and more, in the field of human consciousness. I believe that this particular way of looking at awareness or spiritual growth via the study of consciousness, is more positive for humanity as whole, when compared to a lot of the dogma I see today, but that’s another subject…

This video features a seemingly honest review about Quantum Jumping:

This video features concepts about quantum entanglement and becoming one with the universe:

What’s your opinion?
If you took the time to read and/or research about Quantum Jumping concepts along with watching those 2 videos provided above, you should have a pretty good idea of whether or not you think there is anything to it or not. Personally, I think Quantum Jumping, whether it works or not, is overly priced marketing hooey, and that one could find the same results or better, by cheaper (or free) alternatives using deep meditation and creative imagination. That’s just my opinion, of course; what’s yours?