• Podcast | A New Page—A Blank Page

    The text above is from a letter I received from the survivor regarding his training.  This is the podcast for Indelible, a documentary in progress for the week of November 5, 2017. Concerns regarding one of the surviving “kids”, targeted for training as a mercenary. How kids are identified in public schools prior to being approached… Continue Reading

  • No Carrot Following

    It’s an important moment when you realize it is time to no longer follow the carrot that has been held out in front of you. How did you come to that moment in time? Perhaps by quietly  tracing from the carrot to the stick, to the arm, and then looking up at the face of… Continue Reading

  • Podcast: Birdsong, the FBI, and a TigerSwan

    This is the podcast for the documentary in progress, Indelible, for the week of June 2, 2017. Please note that I say “defense attorney” referring to the FBI’s attorney. That is a misspeaking. He is the defendant in the case, (I am the Plaintiff). I meant to say defendant. This podcast addresses an update on… Continue Reading

  • A Tentative Walking Forward

    The drawing above was taken from a silly old news reel, on a military installation I mention in the podcast. This is the podcast for Indelible, a documentary in progress for the week of May 2, 2017. In this podcast I provide an update of the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) lawsuit against the FBI… Continue Reading

  • The Endless Appetite of the Corporate Protectors

    This is the podcast for Indelible, the documentary in progress for the week of December 2, 2016. An update on research regarding the targeting of young kids in poverty, (including Harp), for mercenary training, gun running and fighting in Vietnam and Guatemala, as well as other undeclared wars.  Also how the actions of those who participated… Continue Reading

  • On Holding Ground

    This is the podcast for the week of October 6, 2016, for Indelible, an experimental documentary film in progress. Considering the depth of experience for a moment in time. A monentary expression after a few weeks of turmoil. I have been unable to review the last installment I received of FBI documents from Harp’s file… Continue Reading

  • Glass 1.1 | Project

    I am bumping this project to the top of my notes, as I was reminded of it today; in particular how it relates to spin coherence and those who have worked with a newer element called Ormus: Posted a new project under Becoming Objects. Read the full description.

  • The Seismic Shift of Choice.

    Hurricane Sandy ushered in a change in people’s lives beyond that which is brought by the force of wind and water. It may be merely symbolic, but since that day in late October a series of events occurred that seemed to show us the ills in our world, (the mass killing at Sandy Hook, the gang rapes ignored by authorities in India and Steubenville, OH). But if you look closely, a seismic shift has occurred and provided a small glimpse into how the escalation of corruption, cruelty, and the senseless destruction of life does not go on forever.

  • 7 Fingers, 6 Palms | Sketch

    Outside the window; a branch of an old Japonica plant. Two of its branches came up from the ground. They had been dead sticks for years, black and hollow. Yet today from the tip of one of them grew a cluster of new leaves. The base of each of the six leaves was a smooth… Continue Reading

  • ZERO: Zone-Neutral Spaces in Locations of War

    A new proposal for National Geographic’s Expedition Granted ZERO provides an opening, a building, where on entering you are reminded of the beauty of being human. When you live in the midst of siege and destruction and you survive, one of the most difficult experiences is the feeling that you are no longer human; you… Continue Reading

  • Poverty is not fate

    “‎Poverty is not fate, it is a condition; it is not a misfortune, it is an injustice. It is the result of social structures and mental and cultural categories, it is linked to the way in which society has been built, in its various manifestations.” — Gustavo Gutiérrez (via anarcho-queer) (Source: mikeqj, via dendroica)

  • Area Code 757

    What can you do with what appears to be a growing collection of strange voicemails? I decided to share one of the best.