Kali Ma (and the Moon)

Astrologers are saying a lot of letting go with this Libra New Moon today – a closing of the lunar eclipse from the end of September. What was revealed to you that you can let go of now? “Don’t give a little bit and then take it back . . .” Make some space to […]

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Live Long and Prosper

For a girl born into a mormon household in the 70s – Star Trek helped make Science interesting and normal – nothing “illogical” about it.

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Born on a Thursday #45 – Brother Can You Spare a Song?

So long Peter Seeger! Thank you for your voice and your heart! I never had much, but I did have music, and music is what kept me going when the world was a cold cold place. I remember literally freezing and starving on the Lower East Side, but the spirit of music kept me going. You believed music could save the world – and it saved mine. I am grateful for your life, Mr. Seeger, bodhisattva, and all those you’ve inspired.

I don’t know whether to smile or cry.

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World of Acid – Lost and (almost) found Artwork

While searching for something else on the internet – I found The World of Acid! I designed this album cover for Parallel World’s release of The World of Acid. It is a compilation of rare tracks of acid/psych music from the 60s. I think the album is at my mother’s house, or maybe my sister’s […]

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33 1/3 is better than 45

This is what I was watching on TV when I was a kid. Psychedelic twist on the grooviest boy band there ever was! Will they ever break free?

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Chattel of Love

Girl Facts
One girl in seven in developing countries marries before age 15.

38 percent marry before age 18.

One-quarter to one-half of girls in developing countries become mothers before age 18; 14 million girls aged 15 to 19 give birth in developing countries each year.

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Heavy Sounds

Getting fuzzy with The Pretty. I wanna get fuzzy.

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“we love you”

spinal tap

Listen, (Shhhh) to what the flower people say (Ahhhh)
Listen, it’s getting louder every day

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