In my latest book, Stories in the Stars, I break down and reinterpret the original Tuscan folktale from which Disney took his inspiration for his classic animated movie of Pinocchio. In this much older story, Pinocchio (meaning “pine-eye” or pineal gland) goes through many adventures and each one matches the trials or labours of the zodiac hero of ancient myths. One of these challenges, at Libra, finds the wooden puppet brought before the court and then clapped in jail, for the crime of having his five golden coins stolen. Utter madness, you might think, and “what a topsy-turvy world!” to penalise the victim of the crime rather than the perpetrator. Well, I agree. But it is exactly the sort of world we’ll all be living in shortly if the Left are allowed to prevail.
You’re wondering why everything is so confusing right now and even if you’re given the opportunity to vote, or to support a political party, you don’t know who to back?
That’s probably because the Deep State, which all over all the political parties like a nasty rash, is actually now at war with itself. It’s really nothing much to do with us cannon-fodder except if we can figure out who is going to promote our best interests, at least we will know who to cheer from the sidelines as these two primeval monsters slug it out. Continue reading
Who trusted God was love indeed
And love Creation’s final law
Tho’ Nature, red in tooth and claw
With ravine, shriek’d against his creed.
I couldn’t remember where this line came from when I recorded my new video last night. So I looked it up, and discovered that it’s from Lord Alfred Tennyson’s poem, In Memoriam A.H.H. The poem turned out to be well worth the read, in its entirety, because it’s here we see the false idea taking shape of a Nature that is separate from God, and that is ‘shrieking against his creed’.
This cognitive concept, of the divide between God and the creation to the point that they are enemies, was seeded during the Orwellian-named “Enlightenment” period that began a century before this poem was published and if was written today, we would call it psy-ops. Continue reading
Much as I find it amusing to be called a Nazi, or far right, or a white supremacist, or a racist, or a xenophobe, or a homophobe, or an Islamophobe, or anti-semitic – as it is so far from the truth – I don’t find it so amusing when the press tries to smear Donald Trump with the same pig manure, as they are currently.
It’s ironic, because the only player in the Charlottesville theatre that has any history of collaboration with the Nazis is the funder of Antifa, George Soros, and he describes those days in which he sold out his own people to the SS as “the happiest in my life”. Continue reading
There used to be a saying: “Make Love Not War”. But I think it has outlived its usefulness – well, certainly in the current political climate – and it needs to be turned on its head.
It’s a fact of Nature that unless a man is prepared to defend the nest, the eggs dry up. It isn’t that your woman is being picky, contrary or moody – although she may be also all of those. But she’s really just obeying Mother Nature when she doesn’t want to have a sex with her man because, in a time of danger, he’s showing no inclination to fight for her, for their children and for their way of life. If this offends your liberal sensitivities, please don’t blame me. I don’t make up the rules. I’m just letting you know about them. The rules have worked this way for about half a billion years – since the Cambrian Explosion. And no amount of social conditioning will change them.
It wasn’t until “philanthropist” George Soros came out the other day with his economic plan for resettling the Middle Eastern migrants and refugees in Europe that the other shoe dropped. The other shoe is the one that goes down last in the old one-two tap dance scam – so beloved of shake-down merchants and assorted dissolute dissemblers worldwide. Some call it problem-reaction-solution: you create a problem and then stand back while everyone gets themselves into such an emotional frenzy about it that they are no longer capable of rational thought, and then you calmly come up with your solution – one which just so happens to benefit your bank account. Continue reading
In recent weeks, the rhetoric between the climate camps has ratcheted up considerably, like a barrage balloon about to take off in these strong gales. I think a fair amount of it is being artificially created, not least by George Soros who’s probably personally manning the bellows with his sleeves rolled up. Nevertheless, we have to deal with it.
One of the memes which has been thrown up and is eddying around currently is something along the lines of the Earth being Mother Earth, a living and breathing entity known as Gaia, and that all this “extreme weather” is Her punishing us for polluting Her – and lashing back at us, in some way. Continue reading