Posted in August 2014

The Metaphor as Truth


The eminent scholar Jordan Maxwell has postulated an astounding world view that skews and sweeps away the existing paradigm. Namely, that all religions and belief systems are just metaphors,i.e. stories, which cloak the truth.The belief systems of the Hindus, the Egyptians, the Hebrews, the Christians all point to a deity born of a virgin birth, … Continue reading

Notes on Healing Self and Others


When we were kids, we were in awe as to how our lolos and aunts could heal us by just smudging us while parroting incantations. Then we would be wrapped up in blankets to perspire, then we get healed. That was then the Age of Pisces, where man and his God were separate, hence it … Continue reading

What is This Animal Called Ascension?


For sensitive people, i.e. those whose “antennae” are affected by shifts in the earth’s magnetism, their lot is to suffer.Among others, consider the following symptoms (which I have been going through since three years ago):• Dizziness, loss of balance, vertigo, and spinning.The definition of Merkaba is counter-rotating fields of light surrounding the spirit/body which serve … Continue reading

Guinarona: An Online Museum


Further to our post in late 2013, An Upside to ST Yolanda, we are featuring additional old photos of Guinarona, also courtesy of Fred Marinello, the erstwhile U.S. Peace Corps volunteer who spent some time there. We are going to add these photos to The Guinarona Online MuseumIn a perfect world, there is no demarcation … Continue reading

Why I Support a Second Term for PNoy


Who would think that Philippine President Benigno Simeon Aquino III would turn out to be the Prince Charming of Philippine politics? From being labeled autistic by his detractors, he has turned out to be the best president so far–and a very capable one at that. As if being autistic is pejorative–no, because autistic people are … Continue reading

Kuratsa and the San Pascual Cathedral


Ingrained in the culture of Leyte-Samar is the Kuratsa dance, which is predominant during fiestas and fund-raising activities. Many a project has been funded through this dance, and it is just as well that we start off our campaign with the kuratsa music. via Kuratsa and the San Pascual Cathedral.

Going Global


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