Friday, July 21, 2017

Contactees, Victims of MILABS? Mind Control?

Here's the call out: what do you think? Are some of the contactee and UFO, abduction encounters caused by us --  our own government?

I think so. It's no secret (now) that the U.S. government has covertly experimented on its own people. Drugs, mind control, staged scenarios and more -- all done in the name of, apparently, science. My opinion is that our government (and others) have been complicit in many a UFO and or abduction event. Whether or not in tandem with aliens, or, by themselves. Or, both. (I also think that our government has long been aware of other beings, not necessarily, always, ET, but other non-human entities and has manipulated these beings, and forces, for their own agendas.) None of this negates the concurrent existence of aliens, ETs, etc.

I'm interested in hearing what other Women of Esoterica think.

Friday, July 7, 2017

White Supremacists Part of Annual Oregon Fair

Every July, in Veneta, Oregon (stone's throw from my town of Eugene) the Oregon Country Fair (OFC) happens. Every time I go, I want to run away and join the rainbow circus. No, really, I do. The urge to just sell and donate the bulk of my possessions, and jumping in a camper to live off the grid, is a strong one. I haven't been to the OCF in years, for a variety of reasons, including the cost, but every July, I have a "I'm there in spirit" vibe within. Until I read this piece by Eugene Antifa, who brings our attention to the fact that the OFC welcomes white supremacists to the Fair:

Home: The Oregon Country Fair, held the second weekend of July every year in Veneta, Oregon, will once again be host to white supremacists Jenn and Aaron Laskey. The Laskeys will be receiving their weekend overnight passes through the Recycling Crew and will be camped in Miss Piggy's campground. It is ironic that a gathering known for its hippie-peace-and-love attitude would harbor Islamophobes, racists, and white supremacists. While the Oregon Country Fair describes itself as creating "events and experiences that nourish the spirit, explore living artfully and authentically on earth, and transform culture in magical, joyous and healthy ways," we contend that Jenn and Aaron's participation violates the OCF Code of Conduct and their toxic presence threatens the safety of other Fair goers. (Eugene Antifa)

Like all things, the acceptance of white supremacists into the Oregon Country Fair is a sign of appropriation by mainstream culture. There's the veneer of inversion, counter-culture, freedom, etc. but, the high cost of admission, combined with the allowing of white supremacists, gives a different message. A monkey wrench thrown into the counter culture ideal.

There's also this:
 Living in the Eugene-Springfield and Creswell area, the Laskey family continues to embed itself not only in the networking of neo-Nazi and white nationalist circles, but they also attempt to embed and infiltrate themselves in alternative community circles such as the pagan community,… (Eugene Antifa)
In my experience, I have found it disturbing, creepy and just plain weird that there is a distinct white supremacist element in some pagan groups.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Is UFOlogy Dead? : Do We Even Want To Ask?

Noticing a lot of UFO pundits posing the question: is ufology dead? Oy. Here we go again. This question gets asked every now and then. The question raises another question: Why does one believe UFOlogy is "dead" in the first place? A lack of, … what, that causes one to ask the question.

And maybe UFOlogy isn't "dead" so much as it is dormant. Like the Phoenix, it rises again, renewed.

Classic cases remain unsolved. The whole thing remains unsolved. As in, what are they, who are they, what do they want, how are we connected . . .

Because the questions are unanswered -- at least to a global community agreement -- some consider UFOlogy as "dead."

Things change, while remaining the same. True of all, certainly of the UFO realm. Maybe what's "dead" is us, not "it." We're not asking the right questions, we're still eating our own, and stubbornly clinging to assumptions. We're still drawing lines in the sand about what is all right to consider, and what is too far out, kooky, embarrassing.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

The Return of WOE, and Throwing Down

We've been tired, distracted, dealing with mundane and practical facts of life, wandering, doing our own thing, etc. But now is the time to come back.
Read my new piece at Tim Binnall's BOA, (Throwing Down With Tina Sena) which has to do with Tina Sena's (a WOE contributor) recent comments about being female and the search for answers in UFO Land.