Monday, May 9, 2016

Six months till ...

... the day after Election Day and we will know who our next president is though the polls will probably predict the winner long before. This means we have six more months of campaigning while we blog, speculate, and negotiate the final outcome and its influences on not only the country but on the world. If you believe Donald Trump will be our next president - then it will be 17 months of following him on the campaign trail - in good times and bad times - in happy and sad times. Even the best of us will be worn out by the journey.

As we look at global earth changes - highlighting now in Canada - we have to wonder how many people will become refugees in this window. The massive blaze has devastated half a million acres and caused more than $7.3 billion in insurance losses. Here at home wildfires have burned 1.5 million acres so far this year, compared with 316,000 in 2015. Read more

There are geophysical fault lines and political fault lines that are easy to see. Your ability to see fault lines in the holographic grids is going to increase.

What changes do you anticipate happening in your life over then next six months?


Yes we know it's retrograde but today the solar system's smallest planet
passes in front of the sun which happens only about a dozen times a century.

Loving Vincent

I saw this on the news and was really impressed with the work these people are doing to bring Van Gogh's work to life. Loving Vincent is an upcoming film that will be the first fully painted animation feature film. It tells the story of painter Vincent van Gogh. It is written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, and is being produced by BreakThru Films and Trademark Films, set up by David Parfitt. The development was funded by the Polish Film Institute, and re-training of professional oil painters to become painting-animators on the film was partially funded through a Kickstarter campaign. The film is being sold by Cinema Management Group and financiers include City of Wroclaw European Capital of Culture in 2016. Each of the film's 62,450 frames is an oil painting on canvas, using the same technique as van Gogh, created by a team of 85 painters.