Don’t forget that YOU DON’T NEED TO ACTUALLY WAREHOUSE ANY OF OUR PRODUCTS –we drop ship to your customer! No need to put a single penny out of pocket!!! You advertise the item, the customer buys it, you tell us you received the money and we ship the item, then you send us our share and keep your share or give it away, spend it, whatever — it’s YOURS!!!
You can earn big cash, but that’s not important — what IS important is GETTING THE WORD OUT THERE, and this is the program that’s going to do it. How do I know? Because it’s doing it now, and there are lots of folks benefiting from this important WORK ACTION that you could take. Continue reading →
Take an “ordinary” penny and put it into a high-energy static electrical field, encapsulate it and surround it with a permeable foamy material, and you have the start of an improvised magical weapon, which can be set up and activated with a Cloud Chamber or any imbuing device.
Checkers was for many years known as “draughts”, and was played actively and daily by Roman soldiers, of course for money, and the practice has continued right up to the present day, as you’ll see around any cracker barrel or its equivalent, in any small town, anywhere on the planet and beyond.
Roman soldiers had little to do other than road-building, and eagerly sought exciting ways to pass the little leisure time they had to themselves, and every game they played involved money, even hopscotch, where the purse was placed on the chalked or stick-inscribed game layout.
Chess was played by the sons of rulers, to teach elements of strategy and defense, and Tic-Tac-Toe was a murderous game where you could lose your shirt quicker than a five-card stud player can lose theirs.
Many games are considered stress-busters, and backgammon is probably the best-known relaxation board game ever invented, although kalah and checkers might be just as popular. Continue reading →
I’ve been reading Koyote’s new book on dreaming and astral voyaging. Dreaming is a great key to astral voyaging, soul questing and skywalking in general. When you’re dreaming, the body is asleep, passive and largely motor-reflexive, but the attention is still active, passing from one reality set to another, which opens the door to astral travel.
The body has reactions to astral travel, and it’s best to keep it in a relaxed and passive state, so it won’t interfere with the process. There is a connection between your spirit and your body, which is eternal and is present during the body’s entire lifetime, and it is that connection which pulls you back when there is a disturbance near the body or the body is uncomfortable or distressed.
Dreaming is the Great Key, and Koyote’s lessons in flying will take you there. I recommend this book highly, and will suggest it to anyone who asks me a question on the subject — his answers and mine will be the same.
Thank you, Koyote, for your well-written and well-conceived contribution to the Great Work.
OSELCHAR controls the size and appearance of the Avatar, plus the speed of movement on X, Y & Z vectors, the height and width of the actual object, the weight — more properly, the mass, which is independent of gravity as a relative measure — the rate of turn, and a whole lot more character detail.
The OSELCHAR (Object Select Character) can be triggered by any TAG issued by a variety of possible contact points, such as an OTAGSW, WTAGSW or RTAGSW and more triggering agents abound.
The OSELCHAR can bring about many changes in the character. We can upgrade armor, weapons, hats, you name it, but each upgrade requires a lot of hidden behind-the-scenes programming. Continue reading →
How hard would it be to set up a portable portal in your hometown, and notify the press that your StarGate, set up on a known Vortex Power Point, would be available for viewing from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on such-and-such a date???
Here’s a fantastic way to earn some Bodhisattva Merit!
You walk into a mall and persuade the mall people to let you set up your Portable Portal somewhere in the mall. Of course, viewing is free, and the folks are allowed to take — but are not handed — a flyer about the Atlantean-Society. Continue reading →
If you’re reading this, there’s still a chance to jump on board. I’m planning a full-frontal economic surge this spring, just to illustrate how it can be done with no money and just a little of your time. My goal is to raise an unspecified amount of funds — which means I haven’t got a specific target or a specific amount as a money-goal. The money is irrelevant. I’m just doing this to prove it can be done and, if you took the time and spent the energy, YOU could be doing it just as easily as I. Continue reading →
Here are FIVE Work Things YOU Can Do For Free!!! None of these will cost you a cent, and they’ll hardly cost you anything in time & effort. Because they’re totally, absolutely cost-free, they offer no opportunity to bullshit about why you aren’t doing them.
LIKE — Click the “LIKE” button on the things you like that I’ve published or posted.
COMMENT — Just a few seconds of your time to add a short one-sentence or one word comment, such as “cool” or “wow”, would create a lot of wave action, which is to say, “pool-chain-emanations” outward in all directions, just from your simple “additive” action, by posting a short comment. You can have a profound effect with this simple magical operation.
SHARE — This is the most important of all, creating an outward wave, actually a psychic “shock wave”, that reaches millions ultimately, but it all starts with you actually clicking the button that says “SHARE” on my postings.
SUBSCRIBE — I don’t care whether you subscribe or not, but it helps the ratings and the trendings, which is what gets our message out there, so please, please, please remember to click the button that says “SUBSCRIBE”.
GENERATE MEMES — Create some content about our work, which can be as simple as taking one of my pages or comments or one single word or phrase with an attribution, which looks like “– e.j. gold”, or some such, like a sutra, and sticking the text onto your own photo or some image you like, and posting it with the hope that it will get shared out and maybe go viral, so add your name right at the text point. This is beyond the pale for most folks, so if you are totally challenged by sticking a text onto a photo, forget Work Thing #5 and just stick to the first four.
Want some WORK PROJECTS that are FREE and are far more challenging? Contact me on the chat at the ICW or my morning show and I’ll be glad to discuss it with you in open forum, so everyone can benefit, not just one person — gosh, that sounds so awfully socialistic, don’t it? What I mean is, it increases the necessity, and that guarantees a better transmission. Continue reading →
Okay, I’ve done the research, and here’s the breakdown as of Friday’s gold market — the prices listed for .925 solid Sterling Silver, 14 karat filled gold, 18k solid gold, and 24k solid gold are what I have to get paid to send them out. IT TAKES A WEEK TO GET THE GOLD.
14 KARAT FILLED GOLD:
EARRINGS — .22 gauge — $35.00/pair
PENDANT SMALL — .20 gauge — $35.00 each
PENDANT LARGE — .14 gauge — $99.00 each
.925 STERLING SILVER SOLID:
EARRINGS — .22 gauge — $35.00/pair
PENDANT SMALL — .20 gauge — $35.00 each
PENDANT LARGE — .14 gauge — $49.00 each
PENDANT X-LARGE — .12 gauge — $69.00 each
18 KARAT SOLID GOLD:
EARRINGS — .22 gauge — $69.95/pair
PENDANT SMALL — .20 gauge — $88.00 each
24 KARAT .999 FINE SOLID GOLD:
EARRINGS — .20 gauge — $1,250.00/pair
PENDANT SMALL — .20 gauge — $650 each
PENDANT LARGE — .14 gauge — $3,500.00 each
Those are the prices, based on what I have to pay to make them. As you know, I donate my time and skills to the project, so I don’t get paid for any of my time spent on making jewelry, which is my own choice, hoping the spirit of the thing will someday catch on. Continue reading →
I have several museum-grade collections just sitting in three bank vaults — important art historical art and literature collections that would be highly appreciated by any public institution that received them. They are of the highest caliber and significance. You might want to purchase one or more of them and donate them to your favorite museum, university or library or build a space to house one or more of these collections. All the collections are legal to own, and have been on public display in the United States for more than half a century.
Typically, museums don’t buy things — they expect them to be donated, and many people enjoy tax benefits from buying collections and then donating them to a museum, library or university, as well as other venues such as jazz schools, jazz clubs, jazz and art academies and even malls and shops, medical waiting rooms and hospital hallways, where the weight limitations are very important and easily met by our display team technologies, and several folks have donated their collections to local Elks clubs and other public benefit organizations.
There are many other benefits that might accrue for you or someone you know, resulting from the donation of an important art or history collection, not the least of which is the sheer pleasure you get from sharing with thousands of people the beauty that you have discovered in your life, possibly bringing love, joy and beauty to theirs as well.
In addition, if your gift is important enough, you might have a Hall or a Wing named after yourself, or a loved one in memoriam, or you might elect to donate anonymously or posthumously or both. I’d discuss Living Trusts and other instruments with my accountant and attorney before making any decisions, though — you never really know what your options are until you check with the professionals for professional advice that they can guarantee and for which they take responsibility. Continue reading →