Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Mysterious Winds of Unknown Provenance

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May you noses always be cold and wet.

Okay, I'm rotating on this (grin). ♫Aldebaran... Origami high♫ Strange energies have found us. Something came into the room and into me last night. The energy was fierce and I did not get much, if any sleep last night and it's still going on. There's some kind of unusual planetary configuration going on in respect of me. I kind of wish it would dial itself down but, I guess I have to tell myself, “Good luck with that”. I have to say that these have been some of the strangest months ever and, of course, no explanation apparently is needed (grin).

I'm thinking that something really dramatic is about to happen in the wider world and I'm getting some of the preliminary bleed-off. That would explain it, so would the approach of normally, celestial forces coming into the terrestrial sphere. That has to happen at some point anyway because the Satanists and assorted nogoodniks are making war on the cosmos. There are ancient precedents for this kind of thing; meaning it's routine but doesn't happen very often, cause it take several millennium to crank up into something annoying enough to get it's ass kicked big time. There's also plenty of ancient precedence for that as well. Maybe the reason it doesn't happen very often, is because enough time needs to go by for these clowns to totally forget what happened last time; makes sense.

This is paralleled by the fact that history disappears at a certain point, if you go back far enough. Whatever went down must have been significant, cause nearly all trace of whatever it was is gone. There are vague rumors about a place called Atlantis and another called Lemuria. There's various convoluted, channelled information like the Urantia Book and Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson. Of course there is Scientology as well, if you like bizarre science fiction history, with a mind control meringue. If you're a good little sailor through the auditing channels and e-meter gauntlet, you might get to go on their ocean liner and sail the seas of 'clear'. When L. Ron Hubbard used to be the captain, he had a bevy of beautiful ladies on board, who had all signed billion year soul contracts with him. That's a long time to be the mind (and probably body) slave of a serious weirdo.

I'm not concerned with Scientology getting upset with me. They already have labelled me a suppressive. If you were to translate that into Catholicism, it would be similar to 'excommunication', except you have to be a Catholic to be excommunicated and I was never a Scientologist, though I met more than a few of them. They all had something odd about them, which is probably an explanation for why they got into it in the first place. Seriously, there was something similar to a covered dish in the back of the icebox going on.

People occasionally ask me what I think of the Urantia Book. I tell them it makes a really good doorstop. The same can be said for Gurdjieff's entry. My take on the Hurdy Gurdy Boy. is that he was tom-fooling a lot of the time. Rumor had it that he worked over Ouspensky's head pretty good. I remember attempting to read Beelzebub's Tales and getting about ten pages into it before I let it sail across the room. For some reason, some people like to get into really dense stuff that serves no practical purpose.. I like the simpler texts. I find them more profound. Intellectual gymnastics doesn't appeal to me. A lot of that is the result of being psychedelicized. It deep cleans the inside of your head, well, my head anyway. You'll note I never recommend this course to others. Not everyone can acclimatize to the imperatives placed upon one by this particular summoning.

I remember back in the day, there was this whole segment of the hip scene that used to refer to being in altered states by saying, “Man, I'm fucked up”, or “I'm really stoned”. I always thought of it in terms of being high;certainly higher than I had been previously. These same people would always be going on about the colors, or the quality of their hallucinations, like they were watching a show in Vegas. I was always looking to dance with God, period. Subsequently they and I had entirely different experiences.

I remember all of the various subcultures that were going on in the greater consciousness movement. It exemplified that 10% thing again. I'm always running into that. Ten percent of the people get things done and ten percent of the people distinguish themselves by their industry. Everyone else sits around or gets absorbed in one distraction or another. I find it interesting that such a huge segment of the population is addicted to porn. They're watching it in The Pentagon, in Congress, probably in the White House too. They're watching it on Wall Street and they're watching it in Parliament and the House of Lords. We hear about it here and there in the Crass Media. I've seen some of it in passing over the years and I don't get the attraction. I'm not attracted to any of the players and their perfunctory bucking and lurching into emptiness. There's a reason it's called pornography. It's vile and debasing. I don't want to come off as a prude, I'm not, anything but... I just require romance and poetry; something ethereal and fairytale like and that's probably why I am drawn to the goddess/Lady Nature, more so than human equivalents and given human equivalents, it is my intention to see her in them, to invoke her.

We're walking corpses but we refuse to admit it. We come to life when we die, whether we accomplish that beforehand; preferable, or as the natural result of the life cycle. One who is aware of this condition fixes their mind on what lies beyond. Why would anyone pursue the temporary at the expense of missing the eternal? Yet there is a mad rush for this.

Humanity fascinates me. I can sit and watch people for hours and used to do that with some regularity until I couldn't leave this room very often due to all the chores. I watch people shopping. Many of them do not go out for specific things, like I do. They go out just to shop. I find that really strange. When I am in the supermarket checkout line, I study what people buy. The amount of poisonous soft drinks and the size of the containers is impressive. I've seen people buying gallons of this swill. Sometimes they have 8 different kinds of pork in their cart. They're big on pork over here and evil things, like blood sausage and head cheese. There's something here called Lieberkase. That is some toxic stuff. After awhile people begin to look like stuffed sausages. I stand there with my vegetables, good pasta, rice, sometimes a chocolate bar (high end Free Trade chocolate) and some nuts and rarely if ever do I see people shopping healthy. Sometimes they are there with their kids and there are bags and bags of chips and all sorts of candy concoctions. Then there's the processed food, with ingredients that have sixty letters in them and sometimes there are forty or fifty ingredients. I study this stuff, yet another part of my fascination as a cultural voyeur.

I want to live somewhere where people eat right and live right, where they take more joy in each other than they do in in their possessions; people who know what their real wealth is, people who appreciate the truly finer things in life, which are not Dom Perignon and a Stradivarius cigar, with some inarticulate arm candy, draped over the arm of their easy chair.

I don't want to put these people down. This is as much as they know at that point. Unfortunately their tendencies for elitist enjoyments, is indicative of the type of behavior they bring to the marketplace. With the rise of corporations, all of the different facets of a business got sectioned off. The lawyers were in one location and the bean counters were in another. The people in each section were paid according to how much they could squeeze out of every area except profits. Profits is what they squeezed into. Their job was not to moralize, or analyze. Their job was to squeeze. That's how the top 1% got so rich at the expense of everyone else. Lawyers were paid for finding loopholes to eliminate taxes and for setting up protections against really bad behavior that the CEO's signed off on because it was really profitable and it didn't matter who got hurt. The BP fiasco was an example of this. It never even had to happen had they not been so cheap. There's cheap and there's stupid, such as where certain nations situate their nuclear reactors, as well as hiring Israelis to guard them. As a digression; all this hamfisted, violent behavior on the part of the police has come about due to Israelis coming in and training them. You can't swing a live demon in any government office without hitting an Israeli, nor can you tell the difference.

You can't go to any Crass Media location without getting a daily dose of fecal pastry like this, or half a dozen or more like this; note the way the language is shaped and the quotes. Day after day you get examples of Tribe greed and arrogance, engaged in massive crime. Meanwhile, the Satanist's take care of their own. Yeah, they definitely take care of their own. The odious stench of the free Johnathan Pollard movement is yet another example. Sooner or later this has to be dealt with and it will be. I am happy to say that that is in the works as I write these words.

Well, I'm a tad woozy and hyper-accelerated at the same time. If I were a cloud or a Mylar balloon, I'd be bouncing off of the sky or the ceiling. I'm hoping this tones down. Something is up in the unseen realms and no doubt down here as well; 'as above so below'. I think I'll go lay down for awhile and see you on the other end. Be watchful.

End Transmission.......

Visible sings: Color Ball by Les Visible♫ I'm Coming Back ♫
'I'm Coming Back' is track no. 4 of 12 on Visible's 2007 album 'Color Ball'
Lyrics (pops up)

Color Ball by Les Visible

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Love To Push Those Buttons said...

Gods, I remember some of the stuff I was served when I was still livin' in 'The Land of the Cabbage People'. Tongue on crackers, kidneys (BLECH!), all kinds of organ meats, but they have some of the best pickles, chocolate, capers, sauerkraut, and cheeses. If I was still livin' over there, I'd probably b a beeraholic, since I used to love the stuff when I was a wee sprog. Now I can't stand it. I'd also probably be a soccer fan, though now I can't stand either beer or watching any sports on TV. In fact I can't stand TV. Haven't had one connected for almost 2 decades. Man, but I could have gotten a way better education.

Oh well. I got what I signed up for. I also finished what I signed up for, so it's all good. Now I get to watch in the luxury of tons of discretionary time as the world implodes, and when I go with it; all I can say is I hope it's fast. But I think it will be. ;O)

See ya on the Otherside when we get there, since I won't be seein' ya in this realm. You've got an open invitation to my worlds, dude!

Anaughty Mouser said...

Eloquent in its simplicity. The truth is never complicated - it just is.

Beware of zionists offering a solution to the fiat crisis with MORE fractionally backed money created out of thin air and loaned to all governments at interest. Beware of anything like a SDR - it is just more zionist debt slavery disguised as financial freedom.

Usury and central private fractional banking must end before the wars can. All wars ARE bankers' wars.

Peace and love

Richard said...

Mas and Mas Visible

Yup, something shifted in the Celestial sky and Earthly air last night, like going fro am to fm, clarity improvement by a quantum leap.

How it gets processed depends on the quality of the receiving apparatus , the speakers etc..., but such is the nature of all transmissions, even Lao Tse's poetry.

Shiva/Shakti tango is on, Music rhythm from the Heart orchestra. May the Muse that guides your dance on the keyboard hit the high C ! May the receiving apparatus reproduce faithfully !!!

Be well, be alert

barbarossa58 said...

You eloquently and succinctly stated most that is wrong today. Again, a most enjoyable read from you. Regards...

Visible said...

Love to push those Peyote Buttons (grin).

Yes, the chocolate here is far above what is on offer in the states. I only have a bar a week and it might take me a couple of days to finish it, unless Susanne sees it and then it's history.

The beer here is truly superior and you can buy a half liter bottle of any of it for about 60 cents. When I used to hit the clubs. I might be standing at the pisser and some local would be standing next to me (I'm sure I told this story before) and I would say, "Do you know how they make American beer? There are underground channels that run from all of the pissoirs in the country, under the ocean and directly to the brewerys in the US. They just add alcohol and preservatives and there it is.

However, when it comes to eating almost anything, no one surpasses the Filipinos and the Chinese. I'm not even going to mention some of the things I've heard about. You should be appreciably grateful for that.

Wherever I go from here, I hope there are avocados and mangoes.

Love To Push Those Buttons said...

I only eat Lindt Sprugli and Belgian chocolate these days. I also know about the Penis Emporium of Beijing. Tried pigs blood once, not knowing what it was. Couldn't get it down, and went patooey. I'll pass on the balut. I only eat chicken and select seafood anyway; and not much seafood there. Mostly a sliver on what I cook for that cats if it's salmon, or mahi mahi. It's very rare that I eat anything from the water these days. An ounce or two a month, if that.

I never got back into beer after I came to the states. For one, it's illegal to feed the stuff to yer wee ones, and when I tried some again, it was a Michelob, and it was like, "I actually used to like this swill?", and I just gave it up. Booze ain't my thing, unless it's a wine to cook with, and I'm hooked on Merlot (Charles Shaw) for that. Man, tons of shallots cooked in that with portabella mushrooms and garlic, and bell peppers, and tomatoes, fresh basil or dill, and olive oil, not to mention the seasonings? Oo-la-la!

I came to the states in 1968. I never remember seeing an avacado or a mango in Germany then. My grandmother and great grandmother weren't too into fresh fruits and veggies. Now I go into withdrawal if I don't get my daily organic raw carrot allotment.

From what I remember, I don't know if I would have gotten fat or anorexic from German food. I wasn't too into what was served on plates, for the most part. Only thing I remember really liking was latkes. These days, Anglo-Saxon cooking is not something I wanna see again, with rare exception.
The only thing that's worse is what you find in Montenegro.

Anonymous said...

Morontia Mota 21 from The Urantia Book:
"The high mission of any art is, by its illusions, to foreshadow a higher universe reality, to crystallize the emotions of time into the thought of eternity."

I sometimes think, just imagine Viz if he had read The Urantia Book.



Anonymous said...

Seems like every train station in Deutschland has a 'Heise Wurst' stand on the train platform. Must be some sort of requirement.


Doug Pearson said...

Come to Tepic, Nayarit....it's the mango capital of the world, at least this state, and they go for mile after mile in all directions. And just zillions of avocados too. Fact is, I live in a town near Tepic called Ahuacate. You can do a lot worse than here in the Matatipac Valley.
Anywho, that cracked me up what you said about the acid droppers. Long ago me and a good friend used to buy the stuff in bulk from the boys in Mill Valley. The redwood box boys who produced it. Anyway, about the colors and rushes, etc. It just used to crack us up when people would do that shit, so we always used to run around waving our arms saying, "OOOOOOOOOhhhhhhh the colorssssssssss, the rushhhhhhh! Then we'd just roll around laughing our asses off.
This was window pane if ya don't know and it came pure in a sweet silvery liquid. One time god came to me and let me in on a secret. He told me that we are each our own god and that was where faith was to be placed. Each and every one of us is god. This was all explained in a perfectly logical order. As I was taking all this in I realized I was too damned high to remember each step of the lesson so I was instructed to remember the point of the lesson as each step wasn't the main issue. So I did and that's my story. That's been my philosophy for about 40 years now and it seems to be working out OK.
When the levee breaks this might be a good place to be cause up north when the power goes out most won't have a clue on what to do whereas the Mexican people are tough cookies. Hey....

DumbGoyNot said...

Hey Les,

I apologize for making this so long, I tried to keep it as short as possible but...

I agree that something big is about to happen. I think it has to do with the polarization between the spiritual forces of light and darkness. Back in 1991 I met a Christian prophet from New Zealand who I regarded as my mentor for fifteen years. He used to tell of another old prophet he knew in New Zealand who said he believed that there is a spirit behind everything people do. This goes along with what the Apostle Paul said in the book of Ephesians chapter 6 verse 12 which is that we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against the fallen angels (my paraphrase), i.e. the powerful demons who are in control of practically everything in the world now.

My understanding is that the demons have as their primary agenda to consolidate all power under top-down-control mainly because it greatly simplifies things for them. Hence the top-down-control system with men at the top in corporations, governments, religions, medicine, academia, etc., all being empowered by the spirit of top-down-control who is the principality Antichrist. He is also the spirit of idolatry. He revealed himself to the ancient Egyptians and Canaanites as 'Baal.' The Babylonians called him 'Bel.' The Greeks called him 'Cronus.' The Romans called him 'Saturn.' The Apostle John called him 'The Spirit of Antichrist' (in the book of Revelation he called him 'The Beast').

Scripture reveals that at some point Antichrist will take full control of the world, mainly by the consent of the majority of the world's peoples (Rev. 13:4). Scripture refers to his kingdom as 'Babylon' through which for a short time he will rule the world assisted by ten kings (Rev. 17:12). Evidently anyone who won't go along with the program will certainly have a rough go and will probably end up being killed (Dan. 12:7, Rev. 6:11). But the Lord will put a sudden stop to all this foolishness (Rev. 18:1-3, Jeremiah 51:44, et al.).

In the meantime everything seems to be gravitating toward the ultimate consolidation of top-down-control which is the New World Order. One way TPTB monitor the success of the scam is to engender a consumerist mindset in people because they know if the people are obedient on that level that they'll fall for the whole shebang (because when people invest money in something they're loathe to ever let go of it). A good example is the four-blade shaving razor which was marketed as public opinion polling tool to see if people would actually spend money on such an absurdity. TPTB don't care a whit whether any profit is made by selling the razor, they're main concern is that people are willing to buy it. Dozens of other useless consumer items are used in the same way, as a litmus to see if people are in tune with the program.

People are encouraged (brainwashed) to participate in the system at every level, e.g running to doctors every time they're sick instead of learning good health habits, and running to lawyers every time someone 'wrongs' them, running to religious gurus (so-called 'pastors') to do for them what they should be doing for themselves spiritually, running to the mainstream media for their 'information', etc. Then after people have been in tune with the program for a long time they'll have no desire to ever oppose the system even when it is revealed as the monster that it is.

the gardener said...


"please sir, may I have some more?"

why colon cancer is so high in this country. Can only eat so many 'fecal pastries' before one is impacted with toxic results.

love ya,

the gardener

Uranus, Sun, Mars, Venus in Aries wants to do some head butting with Plutocrats in Capricorn. hahahahaha on the upcoming Full Moon in Aries/Libra axis... Aries, Capricorn and moon in Libra are all Cardinal (action) signs. Only one absent from the energies is Cancer... some say that's where the energies go-to the missing 4th leg in a T-square off like this one coming up pretty much now.

Can you feel it? Work those energies-do not let them work you.

"I love you. Please forgive me. Thank you. I am sorry." in no particular order is my latest mantra to the Universe.

Visible said...

Doug Pearson; You are spot on. Yes indeed OI know what window pane is. One time I ate a page of Mr. Natural- or it might have been someone else, it was awhile ago. the I thought, 'what the hell' and took 4 hits of window pane on top of that. Suffice to say I went where no man has gone before (grin).

My problem with coming there is how do I survive and I need high speed internet. I can count on about 500 Euro a month, maybe a little more if the readers are generous. Also I would have to have my belongings shipped there; Expensive guitars keyboard all manner of recording items and such, computer monitor. I was going to get a crate and place it with a shipping company but I don't know what the chances of it arriving and my being notified are.

I need to land somewhere, still got six months, where I don't have to be concerned about anything. I'm not lazy and have a number of different skills but I'm not looking for "The Mosquito Coast".

Anonymous said...


On the subject of alignments...

DAYLIGHT ALIGNMENT OF PLANETS: Venus, Mars and Uranus are gathering for a remarkable alignment. But don't bother looking for the conjunction; it is happening in the daylight sky within a few degrees of the glaring sun. Using an opaque disk to block the glare, coronagraphs onboard the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) are able to track the planets.

Venus and Uranus will cross paths within ...1.5 degrees of the sun on March 27-28. Mars and Venus have their own very close encounter on April 6-7. Mars will be so close to the sun throughout the month of April that it will limit NASA's contact with the Mars rovers and orbiters.

According to a NASA press release, "Mars will be passing almost directly behind the sun [as seen from Earth]. The sun can easily disrupt radio transmissions between the two planets during the near-alignment. To prevent an impaired command from reaching an orbiter or rover, mission controllers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are preparing to suspend sending any commands to spacecraft at Mars for weeks in April. Transmissions from Mars to Earth will also be reduced." Mars will be at its closest to the sun, a slim 0.4 degrees on April 17th.

No idea what it means but it is significant enough for someone to mention it, so perhaps...

Take care and be well.


Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Hallelujah prabhu, for the unknown Provenence!

My favorite adjective and verb is bucolic. Utility or what!

Plus, the Lord knows I like a little milk and mangoes and avocados and maple syrup and honey, and a whole lot more..

Anonymous said...

Job for the boys

Don’t I hate you more
With no hay.wire any more

Only Peako at tower
No less than an hour

For five Euros an hour
Every hour’s a happy hour

House keeper and cleaner
Bodyguard and beamer

Writer and reader
Learner and teacher

If not taken sooner
You shall be the looser

Ray B. said...

Vis: "...and I need high speed internet."

I would go about choosing a locale in terms of what you want, without worrying about internet availability. Back a decade or two, my town had no high speed internet. So, I investigated satellite internet. I found out that initial site-to-site movement ('surfing') was slow, due to the unavoidable up-linking and down-linking to satellites. However, if you were downloading a larger file, the whole process was very high speed, due to only one satellite cycle being required. Satellite internet is available everywhere, except possibly in very northern or southern regions. (My town got terrestrial high speed internet right before I had to jump for the above.)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Rob in WI said...

Tepic, as described by Doug P, should not be compared to the "Mosquito Coast", (which was a great book and decent movie). I almost relocated near Mazatlan about 8 years ago (hadn't been there since '74). Researched cost of living, etc. and it was very affordable outside the resorts and wealthy expat conclaves. Only non related personal circumstances kept me from making the move. IMHO, keep an open channel.
Be well, Visible and all, Rob

Smyrna said...

If it's avocado and mangoes you want, there are windfalls of the bloody things rotting on the ground here.

Six months, eh? OK, I'm working on it.

Anonymous said...

pierre said...

on that gay out link..Queen ♫I love to ride my Psychedical...♫

I got mangos every 4 years here, but (cue Bob marley) no womancome ♫no woman no come♫.. or something silly.

i cut the avocado tree down to person height - couln't reach them with a long pole, which reminds me to check.

all else fails I'll always have my humors, I might not have my "have your yes and your no" but Ill have my "hees and my hos". mmm Santa( the hoho poster man) = Satan?

and laugh finally at those who think that anti-good is cool and unencumbered. and that tricky shoe laces that looked clever won't trip them over with that last overreaching step.

Gonzo said...

The Urantia Book is cool until you realize that it is paid Zionist propaganda. A lot of cosmic truths weaved in with lots of convenient Zionist lies.

Ray B. said...

Vis: "I'm thinking that something really dramatic is about to happen in the wider world and I'm getting some of the preliminary bleed-off."

I truly hope so. It is hard, knowing that all required 'goalposts' have been reached and no evidence of large-scale 'upgrades' have yet appeared. We 'soldier' on...

Ramtha used to speak of the fact that we all could 'read' the future because it was a probability-wave right in front of us that was slowly 'crystallizing' into manifestation. (My words; I am probably mangling the original.) If we stopped and felt for a moment, we could sense this 'probability' and move to change it, if desired. (Or move out of the way...) I have used this as a 'premonition'-sense, and it actually works. It does take one 'part' of me to be on continual 'alert' for it, to be effective...


Vis: "...history disappears at a certain point, if you go back far enough. Whatever went down must have been significant, cause nearly all trace of whatever it was is gone."

My 'investigations' tend to back up that fact. When I was in the Cornwall area of England, various stone circles (when they 'lit up') had some energy lines going out into what is now the ocean. Other stone circle 'links' had been closed from 'the other side' because of deteriorating conditions (long ago) on 'this side'.

Even contemporary archeology has possible 'clues' to this shake-out, like the carved-out 1000-ton stone at Baalbek in Lebanon that was never put in place with its three 'brethren' stones in an ancient structure. Or, the huge stones of the megalithic Osireion discovered 'below' the Temple of Seti I at Abydos, Egypt (which contemporary Egyptologists attempt to explain as 'faux' ancient). Many ancient 'crumbs' beckon...

My main interest is whether it was simply a result of some physical event (asteroid hit, etc.), a breakdown of societal structure in a 'normal' way, an ET war sweeping through, or some actual 'other side' (Vis' unseen) intervention that changed physical reality. (Perhaps and/or...)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

When Saturn is exalted in Libra rising, all three happy trikonas are reveling in the 2nd house, ketu is at home in cancer's 4th, 8 yogas are ofically cheering and Sasa Vipreet is also turning... what might a person expect besides everything and anything, good bad and ugly?

Visible said...

Smyma; Proximity to you would be outstanding. I'm thinking if I am creative and watchful I should be able to leave out of here with 20 grand- Euros. I keep hearing I am going to have much more but I've yet to see it. Still, I am never lied to from that source.


Geez, everyone picked up on the mangoes thing. I have a serious appreciation for mangoes AND avos and various things. I like to cook with mangoes and pineapple in different dishes. It would be great to have a little cantina somewhere, pick on the guitar of an evening, serve cold cervesas to the itinerant wanderer. hear the stories, sleep an hammock, which I love. Walk in the moonlight, hearing the horses tumbling on to the shore from the sea and the spirits whispering past in the wind. Timeless moments where reflection is still possible outside the cookie cutter boxes of the mass incarcerated.

I just don't want to land somewhere where I can't use certain skills without looking over my shoulder for the authorities; things like Shiatsu and Reflexology and fast internet is a dealmaker/dealbreaker. I looked into satellite and it is pricey, very... and I looked into every company around at the time. I get 10-12 megs here which is great. I could have 40. As little as 3 would probably be okay but not less.

I've had invites to a lot of places but they are either remote and without the needed internet or too unpredictable with the government; such as Canada. Where I am I have a protection. I don't know whence it comes but I have it. In Canada... Hmmmm, I could just see them looking over my posts.

Anyway, something will come up. I'm looking into getting a TFEL (I think that's what it's called) certificate for teaching English and a degree based on life experience which shouldn't be too hard. I see where you can make 20,000 a year in Peru under the right circumstances, plus some perks like housing. If I wanted to go to Korea (I don't) then you can make a good deal of money.

I thought about becoming a pole dancer in Bangkok but figured I might draw the wrong kind of attention and the wrong kind of poles. I could do my Cirque Soleil thing with scarves and such.

Anonymous said...


The cantina sounds great....
what are cervesas? will I like them?

love and peace
The Itinerant Wanderer
aka Phantom

Visible said...

cervesa is Spanish for beer.

Anonymous said...


beer.. thanks for clarification
shall stick to mangos and avocados

love and peace

Anonymous said...


Love those avocados! Yummy...

True justice is God's will and all that which is taking place unjustly will be judged.
For the time being, it's "Die before you Die" quote by Rumi...and completely letting go of the must haves and materialism - letting go of excess.
The late Ayotollah Khomeini of Iran was provided "or" offered a palace to reside in late years of his life at which point he refused kindly all offers and the plush quality of having servants, instead he resorts to a very simple 400sq ft space, a small bed with a few cushions tugged against the wall and his area of deep prayer and meditation in his small yard or garden area. He preached and spoke of simplicity and how important it is to aide those who were without food, water, clothing and shelter and that one lives near God in simplicity giving up the excess of what really is not necessary for the inner souls growth, understanding and compassion. More on this research...and humbling indeed.
"Die before you Die" give up all, let go - as we become stronger in self.

Les - when you write...I also picture what you say.."what people buy in observing what is in their carts", very true indeed...as I noticed the amount of hormone milk and meat as red as ruby packed one on top of the other..and thought...that I'd better stick my daals and roti while too purchased on sale some greens and chocolate (sea salt milk/Theo's), you should try or I can send some over to you?

Again and again - THANK YOU for your inspirational words always Les.
Good thoughts always YOUR way for love, protection and blessings.


Anonymous said...

"They all had something odd about them, which is probably an explanation for why they got into it in the first place. Seriously, there was something similar to a covered dish in the back of the icebox going on."

Thanks Visible, I needed a good laugh today!

Doug Pearson said...

Hey Vis....Well, when I moved down here from the San Diego area 3 years ago we just got a Mexican moving company and they hauled our stuff in a semi. Twas no problema and everything arrived in time and intact. High speed internet is no prob either cause we gots da Megacable. Tepic is probably about 400k in population and they have about everything you need here. It's located at the kinda midpoint between Gaudalajara, Mazatlan and Vallarta. Ain't many gringos here at all. It isn't a tourist trap by any means and is located at about 3k feet in elevation so it's not too damn hot like on the coast at times.
It's a pretty cool place and I think if a guy takes it kinda easy you can live here for about a grand a month fairly well. Hell, you can rent a decent little 1 br apt for about 125 bucks p/mo. You could probably get gigs playing music for cash and I know this one dude (American)who washes car windshields at an OXXO, which is like 7-11, by the freeway and he does alright. Haven't seen him in a while so he might have moved on. If the whole woild goes belly up and they cut off retirement, etc, hey, I'm heading for that OXXO. You might wanna check out a place near here called San Blas. It's about an hr away on the beach and is a cool, sleepy little fishing village. Laid back place where everyone rides bicycles and takes it pretty easy. Quite a few expat types there along with a few renegades. If you want some more info about this area, email me at svelteness@live.com. later....dp&co

Visible said...

Wow! That sounds cool.

Serendipitously I found my place to go with a fantastic support base so, I'm locked in ...but I just might visit your neck of the woods at some point in the not too distant future, projecting from September onwards, which is when I leave here

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

And speaking of Unknown Provenance and Dead, very Dead Children.. the ongoing horrors of this I'm OK, you're OK, demonic society steadily push the limits of nature to the edge of Hell.

"HEK stands for human embryonic kidney cells. These cells originally come from a "healthy, electively aborted human fetus."

Exploiting the remains of aborted children to produce for profit, in your face flavor enhancers for PepsiCo beverages. Some culture, eh?

Srila Prabhupada..

"They'll kill their own children and eat. That time is coming. Nature's law is that you grow your own food. But they are not interested in growing food. They are interested in manufacturing bolts and nuts."

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

"Human Tissue Found in Meats - but eating it is "no threat"

"The horse meat fiasco in Europe has prodded scientists to look a bit deeper into what else we might be consuming. A team of South African scientists have just found traces of human tissue in meat meant for public consumption from 9 provinces.'

And oh, BTW...

"The issue was revealed to parliament, almost as a side note, during meat inspection briefings on Tuesday."


Doug Pearson said...

Hey Vis, I wasn't trying to make it sound like you were a windshield washer type of guy. Just trying to show how some people get by in this area. Also, in the first post up above I said I was from Ahuacate. Said that cause it means Avocado in Spanish. Hey...



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