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Chapter #140: A New Decade - The 2010's Begin - January 5, 2010


Ocean fog mixes with sea spray south of Port Orford, OR - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com)

Predictions For The Fate of Humanity

In late December 2009, I traveled on U.S. Highway 101 south, from Port Orford, Oregon to the San Francisco Bay. That day, I chased a storm that cleared to the east as I drove through the redwoods of Northern California. With the 2010-decade then only days away, a foggy future in my mind mirrored the many fogbanks I observed during my drive. With fear running rampant on TV cable news and the lips of many people, what might the coming decade bring?
 
On January 1, 2010, most people who own a working timepiece and live in contemporary world culture believed that the day marked the beginning of both a New Year and a new decade. It was time for predictions, prognostications and perhaps, some new personal resolutions.
Pacific Ocean fog bank, off the coast near Eureka, CA - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
Paraphrasing Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg, “Now we are engaged in a great decade, testing whether this Earth, or any Earth, so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure”. If you wish to know now how this story ends, we cannot offer you satisfaction. We can promise, however, that by the end of this decade the fate of humanity shall be clear.
 
The outcome need not be apocalyptic, as the End of Days and 2012 Mayan Calendar doomsters seem to agree. What they missed in their dire predictions is the big joke that the Mayan placed in their calendar. Unspoken and unwritten, was knowledge that their calendar indeed ended, but that the continuum of a time-space reality here on Earth did not. After their calendar’s eons of noble service, creating a new and equally accurate one would be easy.
The fog clears briefly near Arcata, CA - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com 
As we embark on the 2010-decade with 20/10 myopia, can we expect to disembark again in ten years with 20/20 insight and enlightenment? As we begin the 2010’s, no one knows for sure. The good news is that human spiritual enlightenment has been gaining ground in our world ever since East met West.
 
Once a particular issue gains enough momentum in human culture, it can appear to be unstoppable. Examples include fear of terrorism, the rapid spread of Islam in the world or the increasing frequency of terrorist acts. Concentration on any or all of those subjects will not help America and Europe win the supposed war on terror. Since the Jihadist mentality has had several decades to fester, we will continue to feel negative aspects of its momentum for some time to come.
Highway 101 South, near the California redwood forests - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
Whether Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, or none of the above, those of us who fall on the side of peace and tranquility can still change this world for the better. Our secret weapon in the war for peace is the personal resolution. Picture a Jihadist, praying to Allah at the close of Ramadan. Pausing to welcome the New Year, will he yearn both for self-love and for the death to the infidel, or non-believer? It cannot be. As mutually exclusive concepts, self-love and other-hatred cannot coexist in the same human being.
 
Photographs of human auras and of water molecules exposed to meditation and loving contemplation reveal brighter and more coherent vibrational emanations than do control samples. Thus, we might say that loving thoughts emanate energy that is a quantum level higher than thoughts produced during moments of fear, hatred or self-loathing.
As the road descends, fog envelopes my car - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
This year, if all lovers-of-life resolve to approach their fellow humans with love and compassion in their hearts, they will create enough positive energy to dampen murderous thoughts in geographically disparate populations. With the strength and purity of its energy, love will trump and void hate every time. Under such a regimen, within ten years’ time, peace could prevail among millions, if not billions of humans who do not currently enjoy it.
 
It is not whether we humans win or lose our wars; but rather, how we play the game of love and life that shall decide our fate. No single human can reverse climate change or put an end to poverty or war. Collectively, humanity has the ability to do all of those things and more. All it takes is individual desire, coupled with the resolve to complete the required actions. These acts of goodness well may distract us from fear, hate and self-loathing. If so, ten years hence we could wake up to a more peaceful world and a healthy Earth to support us.
New energy bubble of light appears near Westley, California on Interstate I-5 - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
On the following day, as I completed my drive, the energies of the sun surrounded me. From Interstate I-5, four miles north of Westley, California, I observed cattle grazing on a green hillside. Whether the visual effect came from sunlight refracting through my camera lens or something entirely different, I cannot say. What I can say is that a bubble of new energy large enough to cover that field shown before me on that day. Smiling, I remembered that all is well in the universe and in the little 3-D world that we call our own.
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Chapter #88: Marina del Rey, Summer Weekend - August 27, 2008


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A New Energy Weekend

Sometimes we forget how nice it is to be on or near the water.  Last weekend, it was hot inland, so we visited WindSong, our 1970 Ericson 35 Mk II sailboat at Marina del Rey (MDR).
 
On Saturday afternoon, we drove to world famous Venice Beach.  For those who wish to be part of the High-tech trimaran sailing on Santa Monica Bay - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com)scene, the Venice Beach Boardwalk is the place to be.  For those of us who like a beach sans crowds, the stretch closest to the Marina del Rey breakwater is best.  Despite the dearth of parking near the sand, we decided to try it.   
 
After circling the area for about fifteen minutes, we realized that our Nissan Titan Off-road 4X4 should be able to go where others fear to tread.  We held our breath, dialed in low-range 4-wheel drive, then tapped the throttle lightly.  We stopped on the sand, within yards of the beach.
 
As soon as we parked, another 4X4 truck, with fancy wheels attempted what we had just accomplished.  Even with his lift-kit and aggressive tires, he spun his wheels until all four were kicking sand.  His truck came to rest looking like a 4-wheel drive commercial.  His only problem was that he was Sailboat plying the waters of Santa Monica Bay - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com)stuck there for fifteen minutes.
 
One of the highlights of visiting MDR in the summertime is the unsurpassed day sailing on nearby Santa Monica Bay.  From any boat slip in the marina, you can be sailing on the bay in less than fifteen minutes.  Expect cool and overcast conditions until early afternoon, even in the summer.  The cloud cover keeps you cool and comfortable as you sail past Venice Pier, then on to Santa Monica Pier, where this high-tech trimaran passed us by.Powerboat under tow at Marina del Rey - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com)
 
Turning at Santa Monica Pier, we tacked towards the MDR South Entrance.  As hoped for, the sun came out, reflecting silver light across the sea.  As we delighted in the brisk breeze, Ben played his "Young Man and the Sea" role, all the while keeping us on course.  
 
Later, the less fortunate received a tow from Vessel Assist, while Bay Watch, LA County stood by.  In the background, you will see your Alaska Pipeline at work.  The tankers moored offshore from El Segundo are unloading there via undersea pipeline, connected to refineries onshore.
 
The first time I saw this sailboat, I did not know what to think.  I have seen graphics on racing sails before, but they tend to be iconic, rather than photographic.  Despite its blatancy, I like it.  Coors has a legendary quality from the early 1970s, when it was in short supply and bootlegged around the country by truckers.  Additionally, one can get quite thirsty while out on the water.
 
Sunset over the detached breakwater, Marina del Rey - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com)
Sunset is always a special time of day at Venice Beach, where it meets the Marina.  Having spent as many hours sailing the bay and walking along this shore, I know that the Main Channel at Marina del Rey is at the center of the arc of Santa Monica Bay.  The Sun, wind and waves converge and focus vortextural energies on that place, showering and splashing a joy of life both to and from our universe complete.Email James McGillis
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Chapter #77: Meet Krista and Mrs. Tipperwillow - June 27, 2008


Author, Krista Markowitz

Mrs. Tipperwillow's Afterlife Adventures

During my attendance at the Quantum Leap Celebration in Taos, New Mexico in September 2007, I met Krista Markowitz, author and fellow spiritual seeker.  Krista was then in the process of completing a six year writing effort to bring her “Mrs. Tipperwillow”, a magical “sort of cow” to the wider world audience.  Now, I am happy to report, Krista has published her book and it is available to all.
 
Although the book will thrill readers both young and old, it will be particularly meaningful for a child who has recently lost a loved one or who faces the possibility of a shorter stay on planet Earth than might otherwise be expected.  For anyone facing an imminent passing from this physical life to the non-physical state of being that some call death, this book is for you.  Upon finishing the book, any reader’s latent fear of death will transmute to laughter and perhaps a few tears of joy. 
 
Website Banner - Mrs. Tipperwillow
Mrs. Tipperwillow's Afterlife Adventures, a series of three stories under one cover following the afterlives of six children in the spirit world, written by Krista Markowitz and lovingly illustrated by Jenny Markowitz is now available in 6"x9" format, in either hardback or soft cover version through www.amazon.com
 
Check out Krista’s website www.tipperwillow.com or Google by name for book description.  If there are enough on-line sales through Amazon and through bookstores within the next several months, the magical “sort-of-cow” will automatically appear in select Barnes and Nobles bookstores for sixty days! 
 
Best wishes to Krista and Daisy Tipperwillow for a successful launch of your new book. To see an August 5, 2009 interview with the author, please CLICK HERE.Email James McGillis
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Chapter #55: 2006 Midterm Elections, Revisited - February 28, 2008


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The 2006 Midterm Elections Revisited - Remembering Sputnik and "The Space Race in the 1950s"

November 9, 2006
 
Now that the midterm election is over, we can all relax and just enjoy the play-out of the new energies.  Will anything "really" change?  Probably not much will change, at least on the visible surface.  There will be some old familiar faces on TV - Carl Levin, Charlie Rangel, even that flaming liberal, Henry Waxman.  That should be fun. 
 
Just yesterday, #43 reached again into #41's old bag of advisers for a new Secretary of Offense.  Still, his pig-headedness and "take the fight to the enemy, even if we don't know who they are or where they live" will keep the lid on change at any easily accessible level (Faux News, etc.).  #43 has become sort of like Ariel Sharon (brain dead, to be sure), but always predictable in his use of force, in a "Dick Cheney" sort of way.  Rover tried to "lean 'em to the right" one more time, but a small majority of the electorate was more afraid of leaving #43 in unchecked power than they were of the "San Francisco-Liberal", "Tax & Spend", "Soft on Terrorism" Democrats.
 
The "fight" is not over, except for those who realize that "fighting" gets us nowhere.  The Democrats should run Jackie DeShannon and their theme song should be, "Put A Little Love in Your Heart".  On the other hand, wasn't she British, thus ineligible for the presidency?  While you are reading the rest of this article, let us all think of an American woman for whom we would vote in a presidential election.  OK?  You will find my choice at the end of this diatribe, but no fair peeking.  You have to think of at least one of your own.
 
The only problem, if there is one, is that we never seem to get (back) to the future.  By the time that we all have heated & cooled cup holders in a car that can parallel-park itself (comfort and practicality, all in one package); we laugh, shrug and simply accept it as normal.  If something transported you back to 1958 and visited the Auto Show at the Pan Pacific Auditorium in LA, you would be impressed with such new technologies as "Power Steering", which was brought into play because automobiles were becoming as heavy as the hydraulically-control jet fighters that they were meant to emulate.  You may have noticed that SAAB has brought back their jet fighter lineage recently, proving that there is nothing new under the Sun.  
 
To continue our theme, do you remember the Rocket OldsmobileYou do not hear much about rockets anymore, unless they use 5000-year-old Chinese guidance technology, as fired by Hamas No hydraulic boost needed there!  Of course, do not forget the high-tech Israeli rockets that seem to reprogram themselves to take out apartment buildings full of (formerly) extended families in Gaza.  Is this the "Revenge of the Rockets" or perhaps the ultimate extension of the 1950s MidEast Crisis?
 
Original 1950's USSR Sputnik Satellite on display at the Museum of Space History, Alamogordo, New Mexico - Click for larger image (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
Do you recognize this "Old Friend"?  Yes, Sputnik is the one that started it all - the "Space Race in the 1950s" that is.  It is one of six spare Sputniks, left over after "bigger, better, more, longer, lower, wider" (kudos to GM for their last original concept) satellite technology took over.  We traded with the Russians (did we not call them the "Ruskies" in the old days?) for two Russian names to be placed in the Rocket Science Hall of FameIronically, she is not much bigger than the now infamous Michael Jordan-signed basketball that Madeline Albright supposedly bounce-passed to Kim Jung Il as an enticement for him to give up his nuclear arms if not his missile ambitions.  She (Sputnik, not Madeline) still looks good, after all these years.  Is anyone out there old enough to remember the fear that she (Sputnik) struck in the hearts of Americans?  We dreamed about stainless steel basketballs falling on us from the sky.  It was scary enough to have millions of us school kids doing drop & cover drillsBe sure to cover your eyes so that you won't be "blinded by the light" as you are vaporized.
 
For whatever reason, I did not take any pictures of the bent/spent, rusty/trusty German V-2 Rocket engine that they had dug up out of the White Sands of New Mexico, but you would be amazed to see its gyro-controlled, vectored-thrust, multi-nozzle rocket engine.  This is not bad for 1938 "technology".  You gotta love the German sense of style, in those days.  Their WW-II (The Big One) combat helmets became the stylistic prototype for Darth Vader's "hat" in Star Wars (Episodes 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9, but not 2, 4, 6 & 8, where he sported a French Beret).  Sorry, I did not mean to bring up the French.  For those who are still hoping we find WMDs in Iraq, I know it is a sore subject.
 
X-7A Ramjet, built by Lockheed Corp. as a test vehicle for ramjet engines utilized in anti-aircraft missiles is on display at the Museum of Space History, Alamogordo, New Mexico(http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
This little Ramjet test-bed was recyclable, unlike the multi-billion dollar single-use rockets we continue using to build Ronald Reagan's International Space Station.  Is anyone out there old enough to remember Ronald Reagan?  Let us talk about the subject of "Make Work".  One re-supply mission to the aging boondoggle "Space Station" probably costs more than Hoover Dam and the Lend-Lease of the Marshall Plan, put together.  Those references are for you WW-II fans, who find it odd that we could beat the real Axis Powers in about four years, but cannot remember exactly who the "Axis of Evil" includes...  Let us see; would that be North Korea, Iran...  Darfur? Afghanistan?, Nicaragua?, Venezuela?, Syriana?
 
Back to our rocket:  After exhausting its fuel, this little jewel would parachute down and the spike on the nose would act like a dart, penetrating the sand, leaving the missile intact, to fly another day.  For those of us who grew up in Burbank, the name "Lockheed" on the tail makes for a wistful sigh(t).  For fans of jet fighter technology, our little yellow "bumblebee" seems to have the wings and tail of an F-104 Star Fighter designed and built by Lockheed.  During the 1960's and early 1970's, the F-104 was our main defense against "The Red Menace".  NATO pilots, many of whom were Germans (didn't they used to be the enemy?) called it a "manned rocket".  Now we know why.
 
Four different US Missiles from the 1960s and 1970s on display at the Museum of Space History, Alamogordo, New Mexico (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
From the Saturn-V Moon-rocket motor on the right (note the full-sized adult next to it), to the early Nike Missile, shown in elevated (firing) position.  Later, the design morphed into the Japanese whale harpoon, used to blast the ocean's whales into submission and near extinction in what they called a 'fair fight'... the blubbering whales being reduced to a bumper-sticker-defense, as in "Nuke the Unborn Gay Whales"), to the forward-theater, nuclear-capable missile on the right (deployed in "Western" Germany, with red-blooded Americans ready to fire us all into Armageddon, if we so much as lost a single foot race in a USA/USSR dual track meet).  We can see how enamored of missile technology we really were in the 50's & 60's.  It makes you wonder how we made it out of "that life" alive.
 
Reflected in a window, a test rocket appears to blast off from a static display, Museum of Space History, Alamogordo, New Mexico (http://jamesmcgillis.com) 
I shot all these pictures at the Museum of Space History in Alamogordo, NM.  It is a mere thirty miles from the "Trinity Site", named for "ground zero" of the world's first nuclear blast, which occurred there in 1945. That event caused many witnesses to see "The Father, The Son and an image of their own "Holy Ghost" rising to heaven on a mushroom cloud.  All of that aside, you can imagine how shocked I was to look out the window, only to see this ancient rocket achieving lift-off from what was supposed to be a static display area.  I caught this one-of-a-kind, ground-shaking event on camera, for you to see.
 
Meanwhile, back here on Mother Earth, and especially in Iran and North Korea, what will the "real future" bring?  (After six years with #43 as president, can you say, "Bring 'em on" with a straight face?) 
 
As Doris Day so aptly sang, "Que Sera, Sera...  What will be, will be.  The future's not ours to see.  Que sera, sera".  For you Arizona residents, please pardon the use of the Spanish language.  As of the time of this writing, your Official Language is English (the King's English?) and don't forget it.  However, back to Doris; any woman who can single-handedly land a DC-6 at San Francisco Airport on only two bounces has my vote for president (hometown girl Nancy Pelosi and New Yorker(?) Hillary Clinton, eat your hearts out).  With it being too late in the game to have Rock Hudson as her VP, is Tab Hunter still available for a draft as Doris' running mate?
 
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As Gabby Hayes used to say, "Yep". 
 
 

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La Sal Mountains Loop Road, UT
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Colorado Riverway Recreation, UT
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Chaco Canyon, NM Sand and Rain
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Quartzsite-Salome-Wickenburg
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Start Writing Your Own Blog
My Unification Theory - 2008
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Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 -Part 10
Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 - Part 9
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Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 - Part 6
Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 - Part 5
Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 - Part 4
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Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 - Part 2
Fiji Islands Paradise 2001 - Part 1
MedIT Search Website, New eBook
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Megatrend vs. Meganiche - 2007
German Hydrogen Bomb Ready
Passing The $100,000 Bill
Google Wins - Microsoft Withdraws
A.Word.A.Day, You Ought to Know
San Fernando Valley Winemaking
WindSong - The Book - Updated
Divine Inspiration, Or Nearly So
Going Down to the Depot
Japanese Win The "Space Race"
2007 eCommerce - Made Easy
Discovering The Great Reflector
Navajo National Monument, Arizona
Moab, Utah Memories - 2007
Fall Color, Silverton, Colorado
Autumn Equinox in the Rockies
Hasta la Vista, Taos, New Mexico
Megatrends 2010 - The Book
The Quantum Leap, New Mexico
Chaco Canyon Memories 2007
Flame-Out in Phoenix, Arizona
Annals of Homeland Security '07
Quartzsite, AZ - RV Camping
WindSong eBook - Now Ready
The Quantum Leap Celebration
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