Must-Reads for Modern Fiction & Non-Fiction

[cross-posted from my other blogs, due to some content being atheistic in nature] *I present my list (which continues to get larger) of books I feel are more than worth the time to read…these are based on my own opinions … Continue reading

Yes There IS Something in the Water

Another popular meme in mainstream esoteric spirituality is the buzz about the Japanese guy who takes pictures of water crystals at a microscopic level, to prove that water responds appropriately to negative and positive input.Dr. Masuru Emoto is enjoying the … Continue reading

The Kill of Rights

The Recurrent Amnesia about Separation of Church & State excerpt from Supernatural Hypocrisy: The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology by Kelli Jae Baeli   “Democracy demands that the religiously motivated translate their concerns into universal, rather than religion-specific, values. … Continue reading

From Dreamword Mant to the Noosphere

This would be another example of how i go from one tidbit to an entirely new tidbit, both of which seem completely unrelated. This tactic has been useful in the development of plots and characters and ideas in my books. … Continue reading

The Stuttering Murderer Who Was God’s Bitch

Excerpt from Supernatural Hypocrisy: The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology WHILE A PHARAOH WAS ordering all male Hebrew babies killed, the mother of Moses attempted to spare his life by placing him in a basket as a three month … Continue reading

Making Tracks

So my first First Fridays at Tracks. I went, faithfully following my GPS, and watching the little pulsing blue dot that was me on the map, as I veered repeatedly from the route I was supposed to take. I’ve discovered … Continue reading

Going to Denver Because You’re Dead (2)

In this second installment, I am on my way, the tone of the journey being set right away in Joplin, a mere 60 minutes from my starting place… Fri August 1 at 9:08am~ Jae:: in Joplin at loves truckstop. Having … Continue reading