In the End

I met someone named ‘Thank You’ and it turned out to be ‘Andrew’. I think he’s likely to be a victim of his own demise. These ‘white guys’ are EVERYwhere…..and they’re not nice. He was from Boston and I’ll not see him again and it’s likely a good thing. Too bad his eyes were like…

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Where to go for paints…….

I rarely get to speak art….or art-ease.  However I am now.  I’m currently living in my car and working as a dedicated student to do a film study on ‘homelessness’ and living/working as a student.  I’m pursuing advanced studies in couture working on a degree in Pattern Making at the Beverly Hills Design Institute.  I’m…

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The Archangel Raphael

I’m always working and talking to angels.  I love it.  I love working with Faery and all realms where the Creator is and that is of course everywhere.  I read the most amazing article on Archangel Raphael and this is a bit of a turn from my other writings, but not that much because I…

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Anime Expo 2018 Review

ANIME EXPO 2018 CONTINUES TO THRILL FANS AS THEY CELEBRATE JAPANESE POP CULTURE The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation Celebrated the 27th Anime Expo with More Concerts and Premiere Events than Ever Before Santa Ana, Calif. (July 10, 2018) – 110,000 fans of Japanese pop-culture descended upon the Los Angeles Convention Center this…

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Back in Los Angeles 19 May 2018

Back in Los Angeles!  OMG Sedona was difficult to explain….very psychic!  Very sacred.  But very Faery and very alive with energies of divine origins.  No aliens!  Just Gaia.  The earth.  It’s very grounded, but the earth will take you in and you’re down for a spell getting acquainted with the ley lines and the energy…

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2018 Year of Color Updates

We’re almost halfway through 2018 the Year of Color and the trends are projected to not disappoint.  The themes of 2018 Year of Color include color saturation, things of the ’50s like the start of television, things like technicolor, the various decades as periods of time like the ’60s and the ’80s.  Also themes of…

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