Nov 21, 2021

Trump Will Save America ... Again

For about six months, TV and radio personalities have been asking Donald Trump if he plans to run again for President in 2024. He's dodged the question each time, claiming that campaign laws preclude him from making a commitment. I've never believed for one minute that he had plans to run again in 2024. I believe he intends to return to the White House much sooner, and I've shared my theories as to how that may happen. 

Last night, Laura Ingraham asked Trump one more time to reveal a little more about his plans for the future. Trump reviewed how he had created the greatest economy in history and how the covid pandemic ruined what he had worked so hard to build. He then recalled how he rebuilt the economy only to have Joe Biden take the reins and ruin it again. 

Ingraham then asked, "Are you the one to save the country after Biden?" 

Trump replied, "Well, let me put it this way... I love our country, and I think a lot of people are going to be very happy."


Trump has said "I think people are going to be very happy" many times in the past, but the context has always been uncertain. Was he referring to the 2024 election, or something else? 

We now know that he plans to rebuild the economy for the third time after Joe Biden and the DC swamp have destroyed it. Trump is working to build a legacy for himself as the greatest President in American history. Rebuilding the economy three times while suffering relentless attacks from the deep state, the medical technocracy, Silicon Valley tech giants, and the media will earn him that distinction. I won't debate whether he should have done something to prevent Biden from destroying the country. It's a moot point. For reasons that are unknown to us (at present), Trump and his allies have opted to wait for a red line to be crossed before making their move. 

There is strategic value in having Durham indict corrupt political figures and Ghislaine Maxwell's trial play out while Biden is President. No one can accuse Trump of weaponizing the DOJ. 
As our difficulties increase, people are growing more desperate for a solution. Imagine how the public's perception of society and politics will change watching Trump save the country for the third time and witnessing the exposure and prosecution of corrupt people. 

For those who are wondering, I believe the removal of corruption will be global. Just as corrupt people were removed from power in Saudi Arabia (SA) in 2017, they will be removed from power here in the US, and then in Europe, Asia, and the rest of the world.

Nov 13, 2021

Supernatural Saturday - Where Do Dreams Come From?

A discussion on the origin of dreams.


 For more information, check out my book Dream Interpretation Made Simple.

Oct 2, 2021

The Origin and Nature of Dreams

There is much debate today about the origin and meaning of dreams. Have you ever noticed that in dreams, you know certain facts without ever being told them? You know your brother will get a new job. You know the car in front of you will go through a red light. You know your boss is embezzling money. No one had to tell you these things. You know them, just as surely as you know your name. We know things in dreams without being told them because dreams are spiritual in nature, and spiritual information is not communicated through speech, but through thoughts—directly to our spirit. 

The human brain has difficulty making sense of spiritual information because it is of a different nature than intellectual information. Spiritual knowledge is information of a different order. Allow me to illustrate this difference: 

The brain can make sense of the emotion our soul produces called grief when it is connected to the intellectual context of a situation called death. In this case, the brain’s cognitive center receives a message of death and the soul attaches the emotion of grief to it. The emotion and the intellect agree. The brain can likewise understand the emotion called joy when the cognitive setting is a wedding. Again, there is emotional and intellectual agreement. This is how the soul and brain—emotion and intellect—normally operate. But in dreams, we’re just as likely to feel joy when someone dies or grief at a friend’s wedding. Dreams create emotional and intellectual disagreement. 

 The fact that an emotion is felt in a dream does not necessarily mean it is created in the soul. If the soul were to create an emotion, it would likely correspond to an appropriate event. The fact that in a dream, the emotion is connected to an inappropriate event suggests that emotion and event are joined by some other mechanism. That other mechanism is our spirit. Like the soul, the spirit receives and transmits emotions but it does so for a completely different purpose. 

Our spirit sends and receives messages that have symbolic rather than literal (logical) meaning. Spiritual messages are not about what they seem to be. Our brain doesn’t understand them because they’re symbolic rather than literal, and they must be decoded. Our soul doesn’t understand them because it did not create them. Dreams are an enigma to the soul and body because they are manifestations of our spirit. 

Some dreams do originate in the soul. These dreams, like a poorly written tale, have no point. Because they’re not spiritual in nature, they’re not symbolic, and the dreamer typically doesn’t feel a strong emotion. Soul dreams are devoid of the encouragement, instruction, warning, or other features found in spiritual dreams. Although most dreams are spiritual in nature, they are not created by our spirit. They’re created and sent by other spirit beings. Some spirits act as messengers. Under the right circumstances, our spirit receives them. 

This is an excerpt from my new book, Dream Interpretation Made Simple, which is available through the links below: 

Sep 11, 2021

Supernatural Saturday September 11, 2021 - Power for Healing

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Jan 7, 2021

Welcome to the Second American Revolution

As most of you know, yesterday, Mike Pence presided over the counting of the electoral college vote. Contrary to what many of us hoped for, he refused to consider the votes for Donald Trump that electors from several states had submitted. In doing so, he allowed Joe Biden to be declared the winner of the 2020 Presidential election. While many people are rehashing the day’s events, friends are asking me what happens next. In this article, I’ll share my thoughts on what may happen over the next few months.

This morning, Dan Scavino tweeted a message on behalf of the president.

The message was posted by Scavino because Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube have either temporarily or indefinitely suspended the President’s accounts. (More on that in a minute.)

When listening to the President’s message the evening of January 4th, at the rally in Georgia, I noticed, for the first time, uncertainty and nervousness in his voice when he talked about what Mike Pence might do on January 6th. That same nervousness was apparent yesterday when he addressed the crowd that had gathered at the capital.

Although Pence’s decision to allow Biden to be declared President surprised (and disappointed) me, I don’t think it surprised Trump. His nervousness suggested that he was concerned. I suspect he may have known that Pence was not up to the task. That would explain why Pence said on the 4th that he would allow debate during the joint session of Congress, but did not mention any other options. I believe Pence had already made up his mind what he was going to do, and I think Trump knew it. If the President knew what Pence’s had planned to do, we might assume that POTUS had a contingency plan.

The President allowed the Justice Department the opportunity to acknowledge and address election fraud. Bill Barr refused, and his resignation in December signaled that the DOJ is not interested in the matter. The Department of Homeland Security, which is responsible for safeguarding election integrity, has likewise refused to acknowledge fraud. The Supreme Court has had dozens of opportunities but has refused to hold even one evidentiary hearing on election fraud. A handful of state legislators tried to address the problem, but as a whole, state legislative bodies have failed to address the issue. The U.S. Congress likewise failed, despite the efforts of a handful of patriots. Lastly, the Vice-President failed to even consider providing the remedy prescribed by the Constitution. (That remedy is explained in previous posts).

Our system of government provides many checks and balances to prevent fraud and corruption. In the past, election fraud was present, but it was not widely known. Now, it has been exposed to the public, and every civilian institution charged with addressing it has refused to do so. When civilian institutions refuse to acknowledge corruption, the responsibility falls upon the military.

Donald Trump will remain President until at least January 20th. While there is no constitutional path to keep him in office after the 20th, he has claimed over the last four years to have the complete support of the military. It’s worth noting that on November 9th, Trump replaced the Secretary of Defense, his Chief of Staff, and two Undersecretaries with people known to be loyal to him. Those moves suggest that Trump anticipated this would come down to using the military to save the Republic. President Trump is heading to Camp David this weekend, where he often consults with military leaders. I have no way of knowing if he plans to use some type of military intervention, but some signs are pointing in that direction.

Some members of Congress are presently trying to impeach Trump while others are urging Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove him from office immediately. If the swamp is convinced Trump will leave office without a fight, why are they trying to remove him early by force? Are they concerned that he might try to use the military, or perhaps declassify incriminating information about them, or make public more evidence of fraud?

Today, the U.S Army is erecting a seven-foot-tall barrier around the perimeter of the White House and Acting Defense Secretary Miller has authorized 6,000 National Guardsmen to keep the peace in Washington DC. All of this despite the fact that Washington DC is peaceful right now. Does Miller expect civil unrest?

Regardless of which candidate won, come January 20th, there were going to be millions of angry Americans who believed the election was stolen. Today, more than 70 million Trump supporters are mad as hell at the government. Obviously, the Department of Defense anticipated that, and they're taking the necessary precautions.

Joe Biden has already told us he plans to implement a nationwide covid lockdown, which will result in the government destruction of millions of private businesses. We know the end game is to implement the Great Reset—a plan that replaces capitalism with communism.

If you think millions of Americans (many of whom are former military) will passively allow their nation to be destroyed, you’re delusional. If the military does not intervene and if Biden is inaugurated on the 20th, we could be headed for a second revolution.

Some have talked about civil war, but there is little chance of that. Civil war involves combat between fellow countrymen over ideological differences. American patriots don’t have an issue with their fellow countrymen. They’re pissed because a criminal syndicate is running their government.

China's government controls its population through several mechanisms; the most common is limiting access to information. This non-violent approach to controlling the population is very effective. China is, in essence, waging a non-violent information war against its citizens. Many people have observed that Americans are also engaged in an information war. Tech companies are taking more steps every day to limit the flow of information between patriots. That’s why so many of our friends have been banned from Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. When access to information is limited, Silicon Valley's overlords gain more control.

One strategic goal in warfare is cutting off communication between soldiers and their leaders. Without clear orders from leaders, soldiers quickly become confused and demoralized. Silicon Valley knows that. Why do you think they suspended President Trump’s social media accounts yesterday? They intend to cut off communications between POTUS and his supporters.

A secondary goal is cutting off communications between team members. When digital soldiers can’t communicate with each other, they can’t share information or develop strategies. I expect the normal means of communications to be more severely restricted in the near future—not just banning from social media but the closing of email accounts. I would not be surprised if operating systems for computers and mobile devices are disrupted, at least temporarily.

The deep state has us engaged in a cold (information) war because they know if the war ever went hot, it would not go well for them. Millions of patriots could overrun government institutions in a matter of days. That is what politicians fear most. Patriots don't want this; we prefer a solution from President Trump.

I’d like to be clear: I am not endorsing revolution. I am not advocating the overthrow of our government. On this website, I analyze political and current events and provide commentary. My analysis is that revolution seems likely if elected leaders continue to deny election fraud. That analysis is based on observing current events and comparing them with historical trends. History shows that when politicians are elected through fraudulent schemes and they deny the existence of fraud after it is revealed to the public, inevitably, violent insurrection or military intervention is the solution.

Nevertheless, I am asking readers to pray that a peaceful resolution is found to the injustices we've seen, and pray that if the use of force is deemed necessary, it is over quickly. 

Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

Nov 27, 2020

The Crisis is Over—I’m Returning to Normal

 It's been three weeks since the 2020 election and many people feel like they've been riding on an emotional roller-coaster. It has been an honor to stand beside patriots who stood fast, firm in their convictions, and refused to surrender their hope for the future of our nation.

The path for President Trump to obtain enough votes in the electoral college to win re-election has now been revealed. The effort hinges on the public exposure of election fraud in hearings that began last Wednesday in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and continue next week in Arizona on Monday and Michigan on Tuesday.

Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani have made clear their strategy for getting Donald Trump re-elected. They intend to present evidence of widespread election fraud that calls into question the validity of the popular vote in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Although the public spotlight is currently focused on lawsuits that may prove in court claims about election fraud, it's worth remembering that Presidents are not elected by the courts. In December, state legislatures will choose electors who will vote in the electoral college on December 14th. The vote of the electoral college will determine the next President.

Although a state's electors typically vote in accordance with the popular vote of that state, the public hearings on election fraud are intended to present compelling evidence to state legislators as to why they should choose electors who will ignore the popular vote of their state and instead vote for Donald Trump.

Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona all have Republican-controlled state legislatures. Giuliani and Ellis are presenting evidence that the popular vote is fraudulent, which will remove the expectation that legislators must honor it when choosing electors. Having discredited the popular vote, Trump's attorneys will remind Republican legislators that they have the power to choose electors as they see fit. Giuliani and Ellis will dare legislators to choose Biden over Trump and justify that decision to their constituents.

That, in a nutshell, is Donald Trump's path to re-election. It will be difficult for state legislators not to choose electors for Trump once evidence of election fraud has been provided to them and to the public. Indeed, the Republican legislators who will choose electors have already signaled their intent to support Trump by agreeing to hold these hearings in the first place. The outcome of the electoral college vote is merely a formality.

It's true, the media will vehemently protest such a move and claim that electors are chosen by voters on election day and that legislators cannot overrule them. But Article II of the Constitution is clear—state legislators are not required to honor the popular vote when choosing electors, even in states where laws have been passed to that effect. Chief Justice Rehnquist argued that point in Bush v. Gore as noted by Lawfare.

In exercising their power to decide how electors are to be chosen, legislatures could not be constrained by either state law or the state’s constitution. If a state’s constitution, for example, said that the people shall choose the electors in an election, that rule did not in fact constrain the state legislature. Instead, “after granting the franchise” to the people, as a majority of the Supreme Court in Bush put it, a legislature could “take back the power to appoint electors” “at any time.” Or put differently, when the legislature acted pursuant to the power granted to it by Article II, it stands above any limits imposed by state law.

I believe Donald Trump will be re-elected. His legal team has developed a brilliant strategy and Republican legislators are on board with the plan. There is little that can be done to stop Trump from being re-elected.  While many people will choose to fret over the outcome of the election, I choose to see it as the inevitable outcome of a superior strategy. It's time to move on.

It has been an honor to provide information and commentary on the election and its tumultuous aftermath. I can say today with confidence that the election crisis we've experienced—whether real or only perceived— has come to an end. And with it, my daily news updates will also come to an end.

Providing daily news updates was an experiment. I didn't know if I could maintain the discipline and workflow over the long haul, but the last two months have allowed me to test my ability and interest in daily broadcasting. As it turns out, the time and effort required to produce a daily news show are not a sustainable model, at least not for me.

You may have noticed that since I began producing daily news shows, I haven't published any articles. I've made no progress on the many books I have in the works. Producing a daily news broadcast (at least the way I do it) takes between 4 and 8 hours a day, depending on the news that's breaking on any given day. Broadcasting every day leaves no time for writing. I could continue doing daily news broadcasts indefinitely, but I would likely ever write another book, and I would only publish an occasional article.
I'm a writer at heart. Although many people appreciate my broadcasts, it's not where my mojo is.

I've decided to return to the workflow I've had for the last three years. My daily news broadcasts will end. I'll focus most of my time on writing articles and books. I'll publish broadcasts when Q is posting or when significant news is breaking, and I feel I have a message that may help friends understand the current situation.

Thank you for your continued prayer and support and your understanding regarding this decision.


p.s. If you're looking for a daily news source, I would recommend the X22 Report. Dave's approach to delivering the news and his perspective on current events is similar to mine. He's been providing daily broadcasts for years. His videos are available on Rumble and on his website