Saturday, January 9, 2016

A dream of forgiveness

Last night I dreamed of adventuring with small groups across twelve worlds to give birth to a powerful crystal being that could solve all of the problems humanity is creating.

When it was born it was revealed that it could do so in an instant by wiping out humanity, killing every one of us. We had the choice of whether it should do this or not.

Across twelve worlds we all agreed, after a brief amount of consideration, that it was the best way. As humans we were destroying everything, and we caused daily suffering through cruelty to all species, including our own. Better to be cleared out so that nature could recover, rather than to watch the slow death of everything on our worlds, choked out by our own filth. We all agreed it was best if we all died now.

There was sorrow in this, but it was more like acknowledging a sorrow that had already been there. Mostly we felt a sad, guilty resolution that we would pay for our part in this trap humanity had created for itself, and that we were glad to be finally judged.

The presence of this great power swelled, and then became invisible. Nothing happened.

Across twelve worlds the adventurers were confused, and continued to fight to survive wondering why they still existed.

Then through the ether we all received the quiet message:

God said no. We should live. We are forgiven.


With this I awoke feeling as though I had just received a prophecy of sorts, so I sit here in bed and document it before it fades. In a few hours I may find it all trite...

But for the moment, since we're all here to the bitter end, I pray with everything in me that God please help us clean ourselves up, and help us find a way to treat each other well.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

My Favorite Jazz

Jazz is the music of savoring the moment. It's about taking anything from a glass of whiskey to a buzzing streetlight to the puff of smoke trailing behind a passing car and considering the beauty and perfection behind all of it.

If you're not familiar with jazz, here are ten full jazz albums that have found their way into my heart, and just might touch yours as well.

In no particular order:

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out - Mono & Stereo Edition (Not Now Music)
Yusef Lateef - Eastern Sound  
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Sunset Mission
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um
The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - Here Be Dragons
John Coltrane - Blue Train
Monk's Dream - Thelonious Monk
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Ella & Louis
Sonny Rollins - The Bridge

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Monday, December 21, 2015

Kevin Smith Changes Your Life In 4 Minutes

Warning: some casual swearing. But seriously WTF is wrong with you if you still fuss over something so stupid and irrelevant? Here, change your life:

Kevin Smith: Why vs Why Not

It's always worth the f**king shot.


I've listened to this many, many times, but still haven't heard it enough.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Feeling a change coming on...

Another blog built, another journal created, to last how long and to go how far, who knows...

But how rude of me. You're a guest here. Welcome, thank you for visiting.

I have many homes across the web. Here are a few of them:

The Psychic Village
The Psychic Village

Events, articles, and community focused on exploring one's spirituality.

My YouTube channel

My YouTube channel where I discuss philosophy, spirituality, and meditation.

Me at

My profile on Spiritual Niagara, where I offer psychic readings to help move you forward.

The Stories of Sidney Crawlspace

Scary stories of death and horror, written by yours truly under the name "Sidney Crawlspace".

But you know. I'm a rolling stone. Likely this won't be all.