Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Iona Miller

I first became really aware of Iona Miller and her great articles when I subscribed to Paranoia Magazine, which was probably about 2 years ago.

I had been thinking of her lately due to her latest mind blowing article in Paranoia, then a synchronicity of sorts happened. Adam Gorightly joined facebook. I was totally happy about that when I got his email because surely Adam can liven things up over there. In his friends list was Iona who I immediately begged to be my friend. Surprisingly she said yes! To my mind that meant since I had been thinking of her anyway I should make more people aware of her.

Iona lives in Eugene, Oregon - where apparently almost all cool people live, but I will let you find out more about her in the bio at her website instead of going into that here. I mostly wanted to mention her website because of all the great articles you will find there. Articles about Modern Alchemy, UFOs, Natural Psychedelia, Consciousness, Shamanism, Physics and much more.

Also, if you get a chance check out her latest article in Paranoia Magazine. It is called Tom Bearden: Wizard of Zero Point Scalar Energetics and Paranormal Energies. This is the line from that article that made me sit down, right then and there and read it:

Bearden’s bizarro world hatches materially unstable ghosts, ufos, ETs, ultraterrestrials, angels, demons and sasquatch, which can all bleed into and out of normal reality.

A fascinating article and I truly recommend checking it out if you have the chance, along with all the free articles on Iona’s website. Adam Gorightly also has several interviews with Iona at Untamed Dimensions.

Just in, Iona gave me this link which has more of her articles on Zero Point and are similar to her article in Paranoia Magazine.

6 comments:

R. Lee said...

I live in Eugene, Oregon! So does Autumn Williams, Bigfoot researcher.
Very cool. (I don't know either of them personally.)

Lesley said...

Yeah, that is why I mentioned that. Also, my blogging friend Jane just moved there a couple months back.

R. Lee said...

I think I know Jane; not personally, but she told me she just moved here. Sorry, forgot the name of her blog! --- not Paranormal Life, is it?

richelle said...

I don't know anyone in Eugene, but my friend Clint named a mystery bridge Eugene, Oregon, for its remarkable beauty.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/79321365@N00/499135929/

Lesley said...

It is Jane Doughnut - http://janedoughnut.blogspot.com/

R. Lee said...

That's right, Jane! Thanks...