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May Day: Beltane, the Illuminati, George Washington, the 33, and then Mars

History tells us that a man named Adam Weishaupt founded the "Illuminati" (or at least some version of something like it?) on May 1, 1776, at Ingolstadt, Bararia. The choice of date was certainly not accidental, as the 1st day of May in the Holy Roman Empire was the (Roman) calendarized observance of the first … Continue reading May Day: Beltane, the Illuminati, George Washington, the 33, and then Mars

Just One More on the Bonesmen, the Arab League, and the End of World War II, but then some Jesus!

In the last two entries on this venerable blog, I danced around the edges of the Boulder, CO mass shooting and the Arab League, noting that they are both connected to a special "ritual" date of March 22 - it being the date the damning Mueller Report was submitted to the USA AG, and also … Continue reading Just One More on the Bonesmen, the Arab League, and the End of World War II, but then some Jesus!

The Sacred Dimensions of USA Football: Stupor Bowl 55 Edition

It's that time of year again for "the big game," and also time for me to post more fodder about the deliberate standards of USA football. Will Tom Brady win? I could care less. But I am interested in how sacred measures are snuck into our everyday lives. For instance, did you ever wonder why … Continue reading The Sacred Dimensions of USA Football: Stupor Bowl 55 Edition

Our First Issue of the “Metaphysical Times” Has Hit the Streets

Occursion Media has published its first newspaper. It is based here in Idaho Falls, and is the vision of my friend Terri Nelson Ireland, proprietor of the Healing Hands Metaphysical Store. It is called the Metaphysical Times: The Imbolc 2021 issue. In this venture, I am doing the layout and design, and will contribute an … Continue reading Our First Issue of the “Metaphysical Times” Has Hit the Streets

HAL 9000, Kubrick & Clarke: Some Astrolodyssey in the cut?

Many of us in the geek continuum have been excited to learn about a giant steel monolith being discovered in the Utah desert. It gives me chills, though only because I, as many others, believe Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" is the best movie ever made, and has encoded within it some highly important ideas … Continue reading HAL 9000, Kubrick & Clarke: Some Astrolodyssey in the cut?

The Popes, the Jesuits, and … Astrology? (A reprint from 2015 about November 22)

by Ed Kohout This is a reprint of something I wrote 5 years ago, back when I could write whatever I wanted. I want to dedicate this to Samuel F. Reynolds, a fellow astrologer who is also born on the magical "11/22" date, and who has always impressed me with his professionalism in the craft. … Continue reading The Popes, the Jesuits, and … Astrology? (A reprint from 2015 about November 22)