Business Mistakes I Made Since 2008. Spirituality and Practicality. Where the Rubber Meets the Road in 2021.

In 2008 I was moving through treacle in an energetic sense. The compounding of trauma from my childhood had gathered momentum through the years, and I hadn’t stopped to begin to ask for the help (from spirit and counsellors, mentors in third-dimensional reality) that I needed to feel more embodied, rather than being in my …

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Oho Ake Books: The Back End. What You don’t See that Happens Behind the Curtain! Part One: Promising Origins, Lack of Impetus.

Interspersed between the more topical blog posts that I have been writing, I also want to share more personal processes as much as anecdotal stories about myself and my struggles with finding a balance between being creative and holding down a daily hustle. I’ve always been a dabbler (someone who puts in a few hours, weeks, or …

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The Lunacy of Woke and Cancel Culture. Memory Holes and Racism in the name of Racial Equality.

Wikipedia, that source of everything (just ask Steven Pruitt or watch the documentary Plandemic to see more about that guy) you could ever want to know, defines Woke as ‘Woke (/ˈwoʊk/ WOHK) is a term that originated in the United States, referring to a perceived awareness of issues that concern social justice and racial justice.[1] It derives from the African-American Vernacular English expression stay …

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I’m Grieving . Critical Thinking Humans are an Endangered Species…For Now.

I awoke on the morning of October 20th, 2020 to realise that my intuition had been spot on (again) in regards to the election result for Aotearoa/New Zealand. When our socialist/Chinese communist/UN shill/Gates Foundation Gofer Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern had said that her government would be running the country alone (not in coalition with any other political …

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Project Blue Beam? Or Werner Von Braun’s Final Tenet?2020’s Final Showpiece.

2020 is truly shaping up to be the year that the less than 1% began to throw down their full house spread. The pandemic card hasn’t worked. The dam that is Silicon Valley censorship, which is a thumb in the dyke of the global internet cannot plug all the holes that are manifesting moment to …

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COVID-19. The Richest People on the Planet are Making a Killing.

In case you’ve been living in the planet’s interior, preferably in Agharta, we the people are experiencing a manufactured crisis that’s unceremoniously creating a global dystopian police state from which the rollback to regain a semblance of our abilities to travel freely, (for some, that means from province to province, state to state, others, country …

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Pablo Wairua, the Indigenous Superhero. The Tip of the Arrow.

In the novel United, Pablo Wairua is the fulcrum that necessitates the epochal shift from an age of darkness, into an age of light, expansion, and knowledge. This young man, born to a Quechua mother, and a Tuhoe Maori father is the greatest Tohunga (an expert skilled in mystical occult knowledge, a healer, and in Pablo’s lineage, a warrior-priest) …

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Irrefutable… The Dance Called Dwarka Addendum.

The being that Iho Grace is writing the book of poetry called, A Dance Called Dwarka for has been absent from my life experience for around six weeks. I ventured into the memory of that life more than once in that time to recollect the sensations, the feelings, and awe that the Mauritian merchant felt when he saw the being from a watery world in …

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Markus. A long way from Lyra, United’s other Immortal Hero.

 Markus, is a character from the Harmon Sueno novel, United, who came to me when I heard about the Pentecostal snake handlers in the Appalachian mountains quoting this verse from the Gospel of Mark,  Mark 16:17–18 ‘17 And these signs will accompany those who believe: in my name they will cast out demons; they will speak in new tongues; they will pick …

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The Finishing Touches. Watching a Book be Birthed into the Literary Universe.

I just received the pencil sketch of the cover of A Flickering Light Called Fate, by Iho Grace from Amber Coubrough my cover illustrator today. She’s due with her third child, so the effort to get this sketch out is simply heroic. I’m so grateful that she has given me a glimpse of what the cover will look like. There is a …

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