Archive | March, 2017

Tom Bont | Concerning the affairs of Jeremiah James

I am putting to ink the events which took place in the year of our Lord 1967 outside the town of Crockett, Texas. I have refused to discuss this matter with anyone, save God, for the last 50 years. However, as I near the end of my life, I feel posterity will forget the affairs surrounding the disappearance of Jeremiah James when my body settles back into the dust from […]

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Movies You Might’ve Missed | Indigenous wisdom

Embrace of the Serpent is an emotionally and visually stunning 2015 film by Ciro Guerra, shot primarily in black and white in the Amazon rainforest of Columbia. It traces the parallels stories of two scientists, one in 1909 and another in 1940, who each seek out an indigenous shaman, Karamakate, in hopes that he will lead them to a medicinal, psychotropic plant. The film explores themes of colonial exploitation of […]

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The quantum issue

      This issue of The MOON explores advances at the intersection of science and spirituality, which  quantum physics is now beginning to explain in layman’s terms. Our interview is with Lee Carroll, known around the world as the channeler of a multidimensional being called “Kryon.” For 27 years, Kryon has been trying to tell us–through the person of Lee Carroll–about the quantum nature of the universe; that consciousness […]

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Lakota Sioux | Creation story

There was another world before this one. But the people of that world did not behave themselves. Displeased, the Creating Power set out to make a new world. He sang several songs to bring rain, which poured stronger with each song. As he sang the fourth song, the earth split apart and water gushed up through the many cracks, causing a flood. By the time the rain stopped, all of […]

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