Author Archives: Trish and Rob

How it feels to be black in America

This video is powerful. It got 13 million hits in 24 hours and 50 million hits in 4 days .

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Spirits Speak

  These photos taken behind a home near the Monroe Institute At your next family gathering, bring up the topic of spirit communication. The reaction of the group will tell you quite a bit about how people generally regard the … Continue reading

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Hello, Torture

Every day, we receive emails from Senator Bill Nelson, a Democrat running for re-election this year. He asks for money, support, and every email is more urgent than the last because trump is backing our awful governor, Republican Rick Scott, … Continue reading

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Sci-fi Writers Who Envisioned the Future

 Science fiction writers have a long tradition of envisioning the future and its technology that later becomes scientific fact. Take Jules Verne. In his 1870 novel, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he imagined an underwater ship powered by electricity. American … Continue reading

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A New Way to Fly

It’s called iFly and you suit up with a helmet and an instructor and enter a wind tunnel and experience a kind of skydiving. That’s Rob way up there with the instructor. Megan and I gave this to Rob for … Continue reading

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Uranus into Taurus

Okay, May 15 is an astrological biggie. The planet Uranus enters earth sign Taurus. It was last in this sign between 1934-1942. Uranus is a fascinating planet in the astrological scheme of things. It rules Aquarius, genius, individuality, earthquakes, inventions, … Continue reading

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MINCA

Minca, Colombia. Ever heard of it? We hadn’t. But several years back, Travel & Leisure called it “the undiscovered gem of Colombia.” If you Google it, a variety of links appear that provide different perspectives on this little mountain village. … Continue reading

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‘A little elevation’

  A trickster levitator in Cartagena, Colombia One of the poses I often teach in my yoga class is called the butterfly. You sit up with the bottom of your feet together, knees out to the sides. You hold onto … Continue reading

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The House above the Waterfall

International travelers are often in search of that special place, that undiscovered idyllic village in the mountains or on the sea. But with the expansion of such travel over the decades, those sort of places have gradually disappeared as they … Continue reading

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Cartagena’s Inquisition Palace

The Inquisition Palace is one of the more bizarre museums in Cartagena. It documents a dark pocket in Colombia’s history similar to the Salem witch-burning era in this country. According to an historical plaque on the first floor of the … Continue reading

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Like Magic!

Scott Colborn – Here’s an interesting synchro- a case of someone’s thoughts manifesting instantaneously in the physical world. Like magic. It comes from our friend Scott Colborn, who hosts a radio show out of Lincoln, Nebraska called Exploring Unexplained Phenomena. … Continue reading

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#18, Watergate, trump

    History often provides us with stunning parallels to current events that involve numerical phenomenon – clusters of numbers. In early May 2017, Trump had been in office for about five months and the parallels between his administration’s Russia … Continue reading

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The 11:11 Synchros in Cartagena, Colombia

Sunset from the top of Cartagena’s wall ++ We ran across an interesting synchro involving 11s while we were in Colombia. We were in Cartagena, a city on the country’s northwestern coast. We were visiting a couple of the museums … Continue reading

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