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I am 30 today! [07 Jan 2010|01:01pm]
[ mood | good ]

Technically yesterday was my solar return at around 12:09, but yesterday and today are good! I feel pretty hopeful, especially since I read that book on the Saturn cycle, a 60 years cycle, I know I am just beginning my journey. I feel good and I am looking forward to my little party and seeing some friends and just having fun. I do plan to do a lot of work this year, I feel this is the year to start some new changes and new ventures. Time to start to put them into motion.

Hope everyone feels positive about he New Year as I do! Till then!

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Not happy with Obama's decision :( [02 Dec 2009|01:31am]
[ mood | disappointed ]

Sending more troops :(

Although from his facial movements and mannerisms, I think he was put up to do this, not sure he really had a choice. But that one line "might makes right." That speech was totally lifted from one of George W. Bushes.
Eisenhower was right when he said "beware the military industrial complex."

more no bid contracts, more blood money, more soldiers deaths for a meaningless war, more dept for future generations to contend with, more angry people joining terrorist groups, more mad choices to fill it all up.


from Eisenhower of all people "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. This is not a way of life at all in any true sense. Under the clouds of war, it is humanity hanging on a cross of iron.

Dwight Eisenhower, April 16, 1953

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Just got back! [19 Oct 2009|05:18pm]
[ mood | ecstatic ]

I just got from the UK Tarot Conference yesterday afternoon. For those of you who don't know I have been working on a New York Tarot Deck called Tarot of the Borough for the past years with my friend. It a modern urban tarot deck from the artists, musicians, and professionals we feel embody those archetypal traits that are found in specific tarot cards. The purpose of the visit was to gain as much knowledge as possible from various people who published their own decks to people who sold their to major publishing companies. We learned a lot! Talked to so many people and show samples to soo many people! Rest assured when we are ready to go public with our images I will post them on here and everywhere else I can and can't think of. IT WILL BE A GREAT TAROT DECK! I love the work I have done and feel we have created something that will have a life of its own and people will love to work with our deck. We are almost done shooting, did I mention its a photographic tarot deck? Yeah its going to be that cool.

Anywho I just had some great sex. Oh await I didn't it was just this turgot nougat truffle I got from Harrod's of London, http://www.harrods.com/HarrodsStore/find/c/foodhall,foodChocolate/psi/25 . Yes that truffle was that good, to confuse a person for a few moments ;)
They give you samples and well you buy what they are selling, so don't go in if you value your wallet's safety! That store has everything, from top brand names in everything, appliances, clothing, hand bags, chocolates, teas, meats, and things I haven't even listed. It is the most massive store I have ever been to and I think it actually might be the most massive store on the planet. So being in one of the most expensive cities, London, is a good place for it. But hey you gotta stop and smell the roses and that we did in between the conference days.

Also ate at this great Lebanese Restaurant. Their kebabs were amazing!!! That and there was this very hot belly dancer who took a liking to me! She asked me to dance and so I did. And yes once I get copies from my friend's camera I will post. Alas, it was the last day, but still all in good fun ;)

May write more later...

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Wow! Death! [28 Sep 2009|11:24pm]
[ mood | hyper ]

I have always flirted with punk music, recently with Rocket from the Tombs, Dead Boys, Ubu Noir, and some proto punk The Monks. OMG I heard on Fuse Mos Def is doing a documentary on Death and all black punk band from the mid 70's. Holy shit I LOVE THEM! Great musicality, awesome guitar and for once my kind of punk, a vocalist with a good voice! Shit great fucking band, mostly in obscurity until recently. Politicians in my Eyes go listen to it right now on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuILbMSrKRQ&feature=related

This song is cool too! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRNwSzJzvlA hell I like all the ones on their only lp "For the Whole World to See."

Holy Shit.


listen to this!!!!!!!!!!!

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Updating, Yeah I have not been! [17 Sep 2009|12:25am]
Its been a while, I would like to say my life has been too full to write in livejournal. It has not, although I had a pretty nice summer and technically if you go by the pagan calendar its still going on. But, actually I just have not felt like writing for some reason. I think its because I am still processing so much. All of the eclipses this summer plus I have been currently going through my Saturn Return. Which has been alright, not bad, not spectacular, just lots of processing and lots I am not currently aware of.

I am still trying to figure so much out about myself. I have been doing lots exercises to improve upon myself. I guess I am getting impatient in dealing with my flaws. I kinda want to just take my hand rip them out and discard them. But I so also realize its a process, eh, and light cannot exist without darkness. I just wish there would be some positive change in sectors of my life that have not seen any positive change. Honestly perhaps in some respects I might have developed a few things that are slightly ahead of my peers, but hell in other aspects I feel so far behind, I feel like I am 12 just hitting puberty and trying to figure out stuff. I of course am trying to not measure myself to people I know and what they are doing, but sometimes it just gets to a point where it seems everyone around me has racing shoes and I got shoes made of clunky iron blocks.

Yes I am looking forward to the New Moon on Friday at late 25 degrees Virgo, because yes it is near my Saturn. I hope to start new ventures, one in particular, I'll mention more details as it develops. The tarot project I am working on with my partner is forefront on my priorities list and that is good. I mean hell, whatever mishaps and things I complain about it, which are not really that many, I feel grateful to work on such a great project. Its fun and I am doing something productive and creative! Especially since I was not really able to work on all my other photo projects I would have liked to have worked on, eh, I just gotta rethink a whole lot of things, specifically the way in which I approach such projects and learning to be a lot more flexible and a lot more dynamic and risk taking. Its a challenge to all the earth in my chart.


Oh and to you mosquitoes out there that are still biting me relentlessly, I have a deal for you, if you give up blood, I'll go Vegan! Stop biting me you motherfuckers!!!!!!!!! Fuck why are honey bees dying and not mosquitoes, thats some fucked up shit right there!
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Cool Concert, I saw Tori Amos [14 Aug 2009|01:21am]
Wow that a great concert, takes me back to when I was in high school listening to her, Nin, Nirvana, and Alice in Chains. Also it took me back to 2 other concerts of hers I went to almost 10 years!. It was complete awesomeness and it has reawakened my inner Tori Amos fan, I am a fan again :)
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okay wait my sense of humor is back! [08 Aug 2009|01:24am]
I am thinking of putting this as my new headline for the next dating site I put a profile up on

I spend my Friday nights drinking Wild Turkey, looking at craiglists adds and listening to strange Swedish electronica. Thats a winner, in someone's book? Oh man, thats scary, the types of people that could attract. I forget this city gots some mutants in it. I of course am not a mutant. I am an alien, there is a world of difference!

I think it has to do with a sense of entitlement? Or just semi planned for strangeness?


Man I miss artstars.org's posting drunk thread, that was fun times.

Time to switch to Icelandic Electronica music, to that of my friend Kristen's former band Mum!

God I love that band, but mostly only the albums she is on, cause, well, she is such an insanely

talented multi instrumentalist with a unique awesome voice to boot! Damn, why isn't she super

famous yet????!!! Maybe I should pay her a visit and check out Iceland, that could be fun right?

Although first I gotta invited first, no cart before horse thinking time now.
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Dating?!!!! You mean someone I have not met before?!!!! [08 Aug 2009|12:32am]
[ mood | grumpy ]

Ah fuck, it her fault! Lol, not really. A good friend of is hitting the dating scene and she has semi pushed me into do the same. God, man, dating in New York, thats some hard shit. Last time I tried that was years ago when I first came to the city. What have I been doing since then? Hanging with friends, going to parties and events, and enjoying the extremely rare sex type thing, that usually ends in flat out disappointment towards anything past that.

Ugg, I put up a profile on a online dating site recommended, yeah a free one. BUT! I have done this before, yes several years ago, the free dating sites are like middle dances. The girls stand on one side of the room, the guys stand on the other and each wait several hours for one to ask the other for a dance on the dance floor. Nobody wants to pay memberships fees to ask someone out, everybody hopes someone will ask them out first. BLEH!!!! I checked the site on alexa, dharmamatch.com, eh not a lot of site hits really, it would explain the semi low pool to choose from. Granted dharmamatch is spiritually orientated(standard dating site with 3 more questions to answer about people's spiritual path), but hell I was severely disappointed, check out my highly selective filters, 22-30 females with in 25 miles of New York. Yeah, and I was not blown away with choices. Plus I gotta pay just to initiate some long shots!

Yes I am bitchy about it, but is a seemingly curmudgeon process. I won't even go into the dozen pagan dating websites I looked at, they look like pyramid scams designed by shady 12 year olds, yeah the site design is atrociousness and ineffectual at best.

So the other option is crap shoot craigslist or do the full super paid service of the big 3 of internet dating. BLEH

I looked at some the craigslist, I swear some of the ads women put up their offended me like someone's grandpa. Shit, it totally struck a cord with my inner prude, or perhaps a few past lives as a woman. Seriously, WTF?! I was not even looking at the casual encounters section where some of that shite belong, telling me you like to swallow does light my fire, my fucking toilet swallows or any drain for that matter, you are not unique!

Then the rest are chicks who are rapidly getting the fear of becoming spinsters and are full of such acid laced sarcasm, hey! You attract more files with honey instead of vinegar and if thats all you got you might wanna consider a blood transfusion. The others are blissfully middle of the road with little to no personality, at least jizzguzzler girl had some drive and passion. . . ?


And of course I remember the first 5 or 6 dates I did years ago, the biggest problem was yeah you are awesome in Internet Land, but what you like on a date, drumroll quease . . . . . no chemistry. Which is no ones fault, cept the Internet's for not having teleportation systems set up so you could meet them in person before you invest all that email and phone run around bs.

I really see how alcohol fuels the NYC dating scene. Although the girl who was a close near miss who I am still trying to get over did no drugs, smoke or drink, she just liked to eat lots of tasty sweet food, appetite like racehorse after a race and looked like she stepped out of my dreams. Her daily life is so active she looks like she never eats. But the main problem being she is so active with several very important things in her life that my needs for a girlfriend are above what she could give me.


Dating. . . Shit, I'm mostly broke and what I have I am trying to save for travel and a new lens or computer. I mean hell I've been mostly broke since I got here, not much has changed, I must be losing it if I even think that dating is even possible now.

Sigh, Dating, Why?

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Larkin Grimm! [27 Jul 2009|01:00pm]
[ mood | curious ]

My new favorite music artist, I saw her perform last week, amazing, I highly highly recommend getting her album Parplar, here check out her myspace http://www.myspace.com/larkingrimm

Some Pics then











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[25 Jul 2009|04:39am]
I don't know why more people don't hit themselves in the head with a hammer daily to get by . . . . . .
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Back from it all [03 Jul 2009|10:59am]
[ mood | calm ]

Wow, my trip was amazing! I actually arrived early last Sunday morning. The airport waiting sucked! Lol, including 9 hours at the airport, half of which was due to a delayed plane. We traveled for almost 23 hours that day, we got up 7 got to London airport then went to Dublin then waited for that flight and then to New York. Worst part was the baggage carousel got jammed and that was another 30-45 minutes of waiting,and of course the US Customs agents were their usually shitty selves.

BUT the Trip was FUNN!!! Stayed on my friends farm, travel with a good friend of mine who is great travel companion too! Only travel with friends that are also good travel companions, otherwise you could be in for a long trip. Ireland was super green and beautiful, very lush. Saw a rainbow the first day I went there and yes there will be pictures soon! Met a goat named Pan Pan, he was hilarious, goats are so funny. And cows also have their brand of hilarious too, because since I found out goats are the leaders, all the male cows followed Pan Pan, a male goat. So, when ever he came to say hello to us, a heard of cattle that he shared the field with also came along. It was totally South Park; when you have 15 cows 10 feet from you staring at you as if they are about to say something. Ha, it was so much fun. I got to eat these mini bangers, holy shit were they good. I know they are absolute crap for you body, but damn they are total crackilous meat fun! We actually didn't spend that much money actually. Our friends in Ireland invited many other guest to help celebrate Summer Solstices, so the with no rent to pay and very evenly spread out collective food and beer and wine budget we all chipped into, I spent very little euros. By the time I got to London I had some money to play with!

Especially since were are only there for 3 days and staying with another friend, how much damage could we do? I did spend over 80 pounds in the Atlantis Book Store, got lots of great books, most of the were pretty unique and from independent publishers. The rest of my money I pretty much spent on food and that wonderous cask ales they have in London. Holy Shit the beer was good! I definitely had my fill. First night I had 4-5 pints, which was like over a 6 pak and not week stuff too. I was full to the brim with this delicious Vietnamese food we are earlier, but I just could not stop drinking Mad Goose Ale, it just tastes so damn good. Plus I was tipping the cute bartenders, which is an oddity in London, but the beer was good and they were always cheerful when they poured it for me, why shouldn't they benefit?

We at a really cool expensive restaurant "Dans Le Noir?" near Camden, you eat it complete utter pitch darkness. And you have a blind person lead you around. It was so much fun and yes it totally enhances the taste of the food and you get to really really listen to your friends. With little visual distractions you really taste the food and you really heard your friends conversations. I wish there was one in New York. I got the fish menu, had mussuels in a tomato sauce, scallops in white wine, then for main sea bass in sauce peanut satay, green scallops in tahnini sauce, red mallet served with a seafood risotto. Dessert was hollowed out chocolate cups with ice cream in them, this delicious cook and sauted apple slices, and an insanely tasty brownie. And Yes I ATE with my fingers, knife and fork are ridiculously hard to use in the dark if you are not used to it. Hell, supposedly my friends flashed their tits at me, but its not like I could tell, lol. I mean you could be eating dinner with a room full of nudists and not know the difference. We paid for our friend's meal, the total came to a whopping 133 pounds, which is a liitle of 200 dollars! But hell how often do you get to eat and experience such a unique and fun meal and yes the food was definitely tasty. Karl our blind guy was really cool, I liked him. We tour by river taxi when ever we could it was awesome. One day we met a friend who was on London on a book tour with her London lover, who was this older guy who helped build up major parts of Camden Market.

For those who are not familiar with Camden Market it dwarfs any super mega shopping mall in America, but like 3 or four times. This place is so massive its insane. But it lots of small shops, many out in the open, and helluva a lot cooler than any lame shopping mall here. I never saw so many ethnic food stands. One part has a long row of places where you can sit and eat, the chairs are the seats of motor scooters. Oh so many things I can even write them all down, had drinks in this massive expensive restaurant called Gilagmesh, takes up a lot of Camden Market, all nature wood inlways and actually huge bronze walls depicting the epic tale, complete lapis lazuli , actually lapis bar top. SO outta control, delcious cocktails, I had an fig liqour mixed with apples, very good. Also this Cyber Robot Tech place, its is so cyber tech, no store can compete, so much metal, flasy colored outfits, have matrix, half cyborborg, half rave, half robocop, it was insane. The guy who told me I could not take pictures was this doo with a shocking green mowhaw, green tights, magenta short shorts, and these insane glasses.


Phew, may type more later, gonna take break and finish some chores I need to do. Yes, I am calling them chores even though its just me here, someone gotta tell me what to do.

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Going IRELAND IN A FEW HOURS YEAAA!!!! [17 Jun 2009|03:20pm]
[ mood | excited ]

Its my first trip in several years! I like to travel, wow so excited, I'll be gone for 10 days, 7 in Ireland and 3 in London.  Ha, I'll actually be meeting a friend in London for a pint or two who is also traveling from NYC to London, although she is on her book tour.  And yes I'll also be traveling with a friend of mine too, so lots of fun time ahead!

Ahhh, to travel, should be fun.  I'll try to post a pic or two when I get back.


Y'all have a good week and half!

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Ahhh So good [17 Jun 2009|12:17am]
[ mood | amused ]


Its Geek Heaven, and ahhh, it feels pretty good!

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Nature Shots YEA!!! [12 Jun 2009|03:43pm]
[ mood | busy ]

Some taken this year some last summer!



Waiting for YOU



Black Birds will Come in From the West and Destroy New York In a Night

More PICS...Collapse )




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Star Trek! [07 Jun 2009|02:32am]
[ mood | ecstatic ]

I saw the Star Trek movie, it was good!  And yes I have seen all of the original episodes several times over as well as the Next Generation several times over, not Voyager ick, some Deep Space 9, most of Enterprise series and all of the movies.  So, I have some perspective on the movie so to speak, lol.

It was good, a completely different style more action and emotion orientated since everyone of the original crew is so young.  It was a refreshing perspective actually on the beloved characters, Chekov(who 17 and just a crack up, love that character, very upbeat, that and his proununciation of v's, amazing) was my favorite though! He was just so damn funny, and Scottie too!  Of course the leads were great, but I already told you of my favorite.  I gotta say, it was quite a shock to see a young emotional Spock, it threw me for a bit, I mean a horrible tragedy happen to him and then he had to continue on like nothing happend? I gotta say, even for a Vulcan, thats a hard thing.  Not gonna give away too much, in case you haven't all seen it yet.  But it was good.  And oh yeah Uhura, pretty insansely hot! 

And Leonard Nimoy was there, yes!  I liked him and his portrayal of Spock, so good, and yes we can learn a lot from Vulcans!
Lol, it was a gas to see an angry Spock and even venegeful at times, it was even more Shocking that seeking Data with emotions in that last Star Trek Next Generation Movie!

Good Movie, hell I love the whole concept of the series, so anytime you get these cast of characters together and show them in a new light, I'm totally down!  Thank you again so much Gene Roddenbery!!!

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Nature Pictures, inspired by Antidamen [03 Jun 2009|05:08pm]
[ mood | working ]

I went to Connecticut to check this cool workshop about using energy and chakras. Anywho I took these in the woods near Marlboro on a mountain with a friend of mind. The first is me standing by this little tree growing out of the middle of the rock.







The next is this really cool toad I found in the woods, I noticed this strange hopping thing and chased after it. He was gracious enough to allow me a quick photo op!


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I wanna Space Bar! [01 Jun 2009|10:38pm]
I have been watching Star Trek Next Generation on tv, well rewatching, seen many of the episodes several time. And I have decided I want this Space Bar that I can go to when I need to do something or chill and I need Guinan to be my bartender. I mean seriously, you need advice why not as really old time traveling species, talk about a good ear!

Gotta make me a 10 Forward!
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Long time no post! [25 May 2009|11:55am]
[ mood | thoughtful ]

I have been enjoying the spring and summer yea!

Also working through somethings and feeling better, makes me think of that line from dune,paraphrased, only with change can you awaken things inside of you, one day the sleeper will wake!

Speaking of which borrowed a friend extended version of Dune. Ahhh I like the movie a lot and the book series I feel is important, its my favorite Sci-Fi series of all time. I know there's lot of Lord of the Rings fans out there, I do like the series, I have only read the hobbit the Fellowship and of course seen the movies. BUT!

I think I like more future based stories, I wanna know what is the human race's potential. And the way that the main characters, Paul, Jessica, Duncan, the Bene Gesserits, and Guild Space Navigators(when space is folded they can see the the entire way of the journey using pure mathematics before it happens!)were able to achieve such heights of development! Just think, if you were a Spacing Guild Navigator, you could get into a car with earplugs and blindfolded and you got start your car up and drive anywhere and you would get their perfectly safe!

The Bene Gesserits Witches, the speed, mental agility, telepathy, and of course the use of the Voice(comes in handy whenever anyone crosses the line!) is so very amazing! !

Of course these mental schools took several thousands of years to develop and selective breeding so that individuals would have the top abilities.

But the potential of the human mind is amazing.

That and I think there is a lot of purity in the desert. Where the Fremen live, I sometimes dream of how much fun it would be to ride a giant sand warm of the desert. Here is something so gigantic and you were able to climb on top of it and are able to steer it the way you want it to go. The thrill and risk of even getting on top of one and then serenity of gliding across the desert sands on something bigger than several city blocks. That and especially in this fragmented world and society, tribalism would be refreshing. They protected the tribe and the spice; their spirituality was with the desert and its environment, water is life/blood, Shai- Hulud(the biggest of the giant sand worms) the great old man of the desert. Their whole way of life was living in harmony with the desert and living by its harsh code. They did have parties and other such fun things when appropriate, they were super wild and debaucherous.

And what they would say when settling a dispute with a cryst knife(made from a tooth of sand worm) fight, to taunt their opponent, "May your knife chip and shatter!"

Anywho going to a BBQ with lots of delicious meat and then, I'm going finish watching DUNE!!!

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Saturn, ahhh the lesson teacher and ye old sharpened stick impaling my side [13 May 2009|03:17am]
[ mood | weird ]

Saturn has been Stationing on my Mars! It hung out before the retro and was like fun, hey how about some more, in fact now I am going to station on your Mars, why because you need the extra fun, how does it feel ya sorry bastard!

Waiting for it to be over, not fun, argh, this last week has been painful. But I have been learning lessons, gotta break the old me and find a better one underneath.

And the process feels painfully embarrassing at times.

Yeah

"If I may ‘n if I might lie me down weeping 'n
If I say what it’s like I might be dreaming
If I may what is right? so many time see me heal
Those years in his bonnet, a phrase from his pocket
And chains holdin on in life won’t break
doe ray me
doe ray me
Don' rape me
Don’t ray me"

Nirvana


Gonna go follow some advice and have a little drink before bed. Hope it will help me sleep better than I have been.

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new music it is good [11 May 2009|11:08pm]



Having a really really hard time finding way to find some of this artists though, most digitial stores only have a track or two, I am looking for a whole album!

Its frustrating to only be able to listen to music thats on people's various social networking profiles or youtube.com
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