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I have three weblogs. I began *this* weblog as a repository for all my links to hundreds of very Amazing and Interesting weblogs and journals, that I have found, over the last year. Short reviews of each link. Come look at what I have found!!


"my life after near death experiences". I have experienced many Visions of the Afterlife, Spirit worlds, over the years.
This weblog is about how I deal with the material world after having these experiences!


some of my afterlife visions are written up for you to read, at...

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I have all my written-up Dreams, where Guides and Angels take me to experience places in the afterlife realms, at HERE at yahoogroups
You can go there and read many interesting things, that I saw and experienced, of Soul and Spirit and prophecy, in the folders in the "files" section, and then perhaps subscribe to this mailing list. I update my files about one to five times per month: get my new writings in your mailbox!


[1] My Dreams and obe-Visits to Heaven and hell.

[2]WORLD TRADE CENTER....other people's visions and channelings, about the "how" and the "why", of this event.

[2B] my writings about AUTISM and what it is like for me to be "autistic".

[3] my alien abduction experiences: I was taken to see some of the scenes of alien worlds and even had the UFO implant experience!

[4] MY OWN visions of the endtimes and Earthchanges! I too have a "map of the usa", after the Changes!

[5a] EARTHCHANGE VISIONS FROM OTHER PEOPLE... earthchange visions that i have on file from other people, channeled or envisioned!

[5] my writings upon my observations about life. [6] my and other people's writings and visions about the Quake/tidal wave dec. 26th.

I have also another weblog deepinpaper Near the back of the newspaper are articles that often tell the REAL news! The Good Stuff is often not on page 1. Or even on page 2! Often it is found on page 20, or on a Mural. Or in a random book left on a library table. Even in a "top 40 songhit"! Perhaps in a religious Tract: but not in its *overt* messege! Even in your dreams!

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a MASTER page of perhaps 100 urls, of links to Channeled writings!!

Marina Michaels. channeler. her weblog!

Xavier. book:the astral city

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Friday, October 31, 2003

Ooops Wrong Planet ! Syndrome

Autism Spectrum Disorders
"Ooops...Wrong Planet! Syndrome"
affect our family. My son Alex is Autistic
My son Ben and I are on
the Asperger Syndrome part of the Spectrum.

Welcome to my obsession!
This page will take you to pretty well everything I know about the Autism Spectrum and more.
It illustrates my own obsessive interest in Autism information gathering
and a desire to share what I know.
This is one of the Oldest Autism Spectrum Sites on the net and owned by an info-junkie,
You will find a massive pile of resources on these pages, a virtual guide to Planet Autism.

I also share our story, a personal look at our life on the Spectrum.

Enjoy your tour around these pages
I'm always adding and revising so come back often and see what's new.
If there's something you think I might be able to help you with....
just ask, drop a note in my mailbox.


------many many personal pages about what it is like to be!!

posted by freestone wilson at 10:49 AM



Inside the mentallint trap
-----the name of this journal.

I am so glad that you are here
it helps me to realize how beautiful my world is.
~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
many interesting dreams and links to spirit places.

posted by freestone wilson at 8:33 AM


Monday, October 27, 2003

TRIBE NET have seen the ad, here it is, i have joined....

What is is an online social networking service that connects the people in your personal networks and community, creating a new resource that's based on a trusted web of your friends and associates.

You can use this abundant network to find jobs, buy and sell goods, locate a roommate, and accomplish much more with the help of groups and individuals who know you and share your interests.

How does work?

Once you've registered with, you'll invite people you know to join your personal or professional network. Your friends will come to and invite their friends. As your network grows, you'll have more opportunities to interact easily with everyone you know, make new acquaintances, and use the network's collective knowledge to enrich your life.

Social networks are the heart and soul of; the larger they are, the more powerful they become. Best of all, everyone in your network has been invited, approved and recommended by someone else inside your social circle.

posted by freestone wilson at 10:40 AM



What is Blog Neighborhood?
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What is Blog Influence Quotient?
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How are the Rankings / Top Blogs decided?
How are the Top Books decided?
What is a Blogroll?
What are the benefits of accurate identification of my Blogroll by BlogStreet?
Does BlogStreet recognize blogrolls maintained through
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sign up here and get your weblog into a LOT of blogrolling lists, but more important, you can check to see how your weblog is doing, and even MORE important, to see what other weblogs link, follow, and are similar to yours!!

posted by freestone wilson at 8:59 AM


Saturday, October 25, 2003




Willard Straight Hall (left) and McGraw Tower (right) frame a view of West Campus and Cayuga Lake.

Please Note

This camera is located outside and is thus subject to current weather conditions. We do our best to clean the lens as promptly as possible.

I can almost see the very house that I was born and raised in, here!! way way off in the distance. Cornell University, this is, the live cam.
go look in the wintertime!!

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Friday, October 24, 2003

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Blog Search Engine's Super Blog is a multi-user blog where members post articles and news about blogging and running a blog. Anyone can join and post. After registering, please feel free to post about blogging, blog technology, news articles that you've found, links to interesting sites, blog templates, hosting, or search engine and marketing info and questions

yes, I just signed up....looks very good and very articulate.....another "must read"!!

posted by freestone wilson at 9:23 AM


Thursday, October 23, 2003


Bay Area Hiker was created toHikers on Buzzard's Roost, Big Basin State Park fully explore the diverse and wonderful spectrum of hiking in the San Francisco bay area. This is a work in progress, so if you want to share your thoughts about any hikes that are not yet featured, drop me a line.
Featured hikes will range geographically from around Robert Louis Stevenson State Park to the north, to Mount Diablo in the east bay, Henry Cowell State Park to the southwest, and Henry Coe State Park to the southeast.
The centerpiece of this site is the hikes. Each hike has its own page. To start out, I'm attempting to feature one hike from each trailhead (I use that term to refer to the starting point for each hike). Some locations have multiple featured hikes. Information about other hiking options from each location are included within each featured hike's page.
I have hiked all these trails myself, and taken each photograph (with a succession of Nikon digital cameras; read more about the current camera at / read more about the old camera at Any mistakes are mine. If you come across errors and/or trail conditions that merit a change to this site, or can fill in the blanks for any missing information (particularly plant identification

wonderfull wonderfull......
pictures and pictures and pictures of the countryside around the San Francisco bay area!!

posted by freestone wilson at 8:44 AM


Wednesday, October 22, 2003

posted by freestone wilson at 10:26 AM



a REAL GOOD search engine for weblogs!!

What is Daypop?

Daypop is a current events search engine. Daypop crawls the living web at least once a day to bring you the latest information relevant to your searches.

The living web is composed of sites that update on a daily basis: newspapers, online magazines, and weblogs. Weblogs are a new form of personal journalism. Think of them as opinion columns or slices of life. Newspapers give you the international headlines and weblogs give you both a subjective view of current events and a personal view of the author's life.

Currently, Daypop indexes over 59000 of the best news sites and weblogs on the net every day. If you know of a site that should be included in the Daypop index, feel free to submit it.

Use Daypop to search for the latest news, the newest movie reviews, sports results or the hottest memes.

posted by freestone wilson at 9:23 AM



"Blog Search Engine"

The blog Search Engine is a web search resource for finding weblogs. Search for blogs of all kinds. Own a blog, then please submit it to the blog Search Engine.

....not too large a database, yet, but growing.

posted by freestone wilson at 8:49 AM





Using the Forum

To begin with, you must be registered before you can post on the Forum. Registration is fast, free and easy. You do not have to be registered to read and search posts.

If you are registered and logged in, you can reply to any post, or you can start your own. For example, if you had a basic question about Blogger, you could click on the "Blogger Newbies" forum and then click on "New Topic". If you don't see a New Topic button, then you are not logged in.

If you want to ask a question or reply in an existing thread, just click the "Reply" button at the bottom of the post. This will open a window for you to type your question or reply. When you are finished, you can click on the "Preview" button to see how your post will look, or you can go ahead and click on the "Submit" button to post your reply. If you would like to be notified when others reply to your post, make sure you click on the "Notify me of new posts in this thread" box before you leave.
Blogger Blog

The Blogger Blog not only demonstrates a typical Blogger created blog, it also is updated with useful information about the Blogger community. You can view the Blogger Blog by clicking on "BLOG" from the tab on the top of any screen. You can also see the updated headline from the blog on the Headlines section of the main page.
Web Links

The Web Links section is a handy shortcut to important sites that contain relevant Blogger information. The Blinks (Blogger Links) section is for links that support Blogger or blogging in general. The "Show us your Blogger blog" section allows you to post a link to your own site.

To add your link: from the Web Links page, click on "Submit" from the Main Menu. Then, just follow the directions to add your web site title and URL along with a brief description of your site. Be sure to add the correct category from the drop-down list. If you are adding your own site, select "Show off your Blogger blog". If you are suggesting another site, select the most relevant category. Once your submission is approved, it will be added to our Web Links. At some point, we will also visit the site a create a screen shot to add to the Web

looks good!!

posted by freestone wilson at 7:42 AM


Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Calvary Memorial Church
Calvary TV What's New Contact Us Discussion Boards
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Home Page > Pastor Ray

How I became Senior Pastor of Calvary Memorial Church

Reading through the Bible with us?
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8:54 PM Bruce Thorn called tonight and we talked for 25 minutes. Our friendship goes back almost forty years, to the days when we grew up together in Russellville, Alabama. He and Anna and Elliot live in Sheffield, Alabama. Every time Bruce calls, he shares insights about the Lord that I don't get anywhere else. We talked about how it's one thing to know the Lord's presence, but it's something else to experience the Lord's glory. The revelation of God's glory is available to anyone who will seek it with a whole heart. And that "glory" isn't necessarily a feeling or even..........

Pasor Ray's weblog. He is a pastor of a
Calvary Memorial Church is an independent, evangelical congregation located near Chicago in Oak Park, Illinois. We are a community of believers dedicated to fulfilling the great commission through worship, discipleship and evangelism.
His weblog is just part of a much larger website, involving his church, his sermons, and other church stuff, including a FORUM BOARD that anyone can sign up for.

posted by freestone wilson at 8:06 AM


Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Willard Fuller, Th. D. - Teacher, Healer, Counselor & Theologian
By Lynn Woodland

There seems to be no doubt that the pace of life is speeding up, hurtling us toward something-pessimists say the end of the world as we know it, optimists say the beginning of life as we've always wanted it. An internationally renown healer and theologian, Dr. Willard Fuller, says we're approaching the "End-Time" prophesized in the Bible. Yet he diverges from his Southern Baptist roots in his interpretation of this end-time.

Unlike the often-heard Christian prophesy that a small handful of good Christians will soon be swooped up to heaven, leaving the rest of us behind to burn in hell, Dr. Fuller says we're not going anywhere-the end-time is when we will experience the Kingdom of Heaven right here on this earth. And not just Christians. All of us.

In Dr. Fuller's ministry the greatest percentage of healings occur in the public meetings where several hundred people are in attendance. Perhaps this is due to the fact that "faith" is contagious. When the candidate for healing witnesses the miraculous healing of such a large number of people and observes the enthusiasm generated in the audience, faith of the individual mounts until they actually believe that "if it can happen to others, it can happen for me." Then it happens for them.

......a 87 year old
PENTACOSTAL HEALER, who lives in Lloyd, fla, about 30 miles from tallahassee.
"dental healings"
a real "old time" healer form the Pentecostal world!
*this* is the sort of Interesting People, who live out where this road goes.....out in the rain Forest, of mysterious Tallahassee region!!

posted by freestone wilson at 7:52 AM


Tuesday, October 14, 2003

to read.......
this here link is to a very VERY "thick" book!!

"The Astral City - André Luiz / Francisco C. Xavier"

what is it like to live in a lower Astral world? what is a place in the lower heavens like?
book follows one man's life, after he dies, and of his recovery there. This place is very "earthlike".

“Nosso Lar” (or “The Astral City” in the present English version) appeared on Earth in 1943 through the mediumship of Francisco Xavier and edited by the Brazilian Spiritist Federation (FEB) . The book tells us the odyssey of a recently departed physician who introduces himself under the pen name “André Luiz” (see forewords by Emmanuel and J Haddad) . The author discloses a spiritual society, a colony of work located in the vicinity of the Earth surface, where one finds the happy of sad results of one acts after reaching “the other side” of life. Far from abstractions or purely philosophical argumentation, André Luiz speaks about the actual reality of imperfect spirits still alive, working and preparing themselves for the next life’s struggles.

----not a book for quick and easy reading!!!

posted by freestone wilson at 9:34 AM




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.....a spiritist site, with many books.

posted by freestone wilson at 8:04 AM



The Spiritist Group of New York (SGNY) is a non-profit organization whose sole aim is to promote and disseminate the Spiritist Doctrine in English, as codified by Allan Kardec.

The group was officially established on April 12th, 2001. However, the members of the group have been earnestly fostering the dissemination of the Spiritist Doctrine in the United States for over six years.

As a result, most of its founders and participating members have enthusiastically joined in the effort of translating spiritist books (which were originally written in other languages) into English. With this in mind, we have also founded the Spiritist Alliance for Books (SAB), which is dedicated to the translation and publication of English books and other materials.

The Spiritist Alliance for Books (SAB) aims to unite people from all over the world who are willing to volunteer in the effort of this illuminating and spiritually rewarding task.

.......they have many many books translated into english.

posted by freestone wilson at 7:59 AM


Monday, October 13, 2003


Welcome to all. Now you can enjoy pictures of the camp.
New Pictures: more to come soon
Chapel Photos Lodge Photos Deck Photos Beacon Photos
[lots and LOTS of good photos: actually a kind of photosite!!]

...this is a site and homepage of a maine Spiritualist camp.

posted by freestone wilson at 9:30 AM



"gloom and doom with a sense of humor"!


About Grist Magazine

Grist is an online environmental magazine. Our credo: Pull no punches, take no prisoners, accept no advertising. Eschew the wealth and fame that so often seduce online environmental journalists. And try to have a better sense of humor than a pack of fur protesters.

Grist tackles environmental topics with irreverence, intelligence, and a fresh perspective. Our goal is to inform, entertain, provoke, and encourage creative thinking about environmental problems and solutions. We publish new content each weekday -- in-depth reporting, cartoons, summaries of breaking news stories, diary entries from activists, book reviews, an environmental advice column, and lots more. We're based in Seattle, and our contributors are scattered the world 'round.

Take Action for the Environment

Are you glued to the computer? Dying to waste your boss's time? Sick of stock quotes and Instant Messenger? Want to make a difference for the environment? You've come to the right place.

Check out our featured action below or click on one of the following categories to access scores of other actions you can take to protect the environment. (Got your own issue? Grist's Political Connections page can help you contact elected officials in the U.S.)
> Animals & Plants
> Clean Air & Water
> Food & Agriculture
> Forests & Wilderness
> Global Warming & Clean Energy

> Mining, Ranching & Drilling
> Nukes & Toxics
> Oceans
> Personal Consumption
> Planes, Trains & Automobiles

> Politics & People
> Population
> Recycling & Solid Waste
> Rivers & Dams

posted by freestone wilson at 8:48 AM


Sunday, October 12, 2003

reality check time, so to see how many come to read...oct 12th

posted by freestone wilson at 12:38 PM


Thursday, October 09, 2003

The Spiritist Messenger 043
Author Index
Full Collection

"The Spiritist Messenger" is a monthly newsletter that exists as a living laboratory where GEAE's members participate in publishing essays, texts, articles, commentaries and inquiries about Spiritism and its consequences in our everyday life. It also brings news, general information and assists various Spiritist organizations from around the globe in promoting their activities, seminaries and workshops.

In order to receive the newsletter (which is delivered as an e-mail attachment), click on the Subscribe/Unsubscribe link and fill the e-mail form with the word subscribe on the subject

this month's issue, number 43, has an interesting article...

Dolphins, Parrots and Muriquis: Three Different Paths for the SoulÂ’s Evolution

Three species living in different environments are shown as following safe paths towards
the hominal realm and beyond

Renato Costa

My special thanks to Ann Leslie Goldman for proof-reading the English version

(originally published by Casa Editora O Clarim in the August issue of Revista Internacional de Espiritismo)

In our previous article published by this magazine [1] we promised to show examples of evolution paths chosen by three animal species, one living on the land, another one in the sea and a third one moving through the air.
ThatÂ’s what we will be doing from this point onwards.


The order Cetacean contains mammals that migrated back to water about 60 million years ago, including several species that are considered by researchers as having developed high intelligence.

MY favorite "spiritual" magazine, here....
why just this morning, in my mailbox, was a survey company wanting me to do a survey about a "spiritual magazine" and they wanted input from readers about the format. They had four choices as to "slants"...But i found all of these slants to be "HUMANISTIC"! "feel good" stuff, and "what do other Great Thinkers" think about spirituality"?!

*this* GEAE Journal, has stuff to sink one's spiritual teeth into, i feel!!
[they have a back collection of all their previous issues!]

posted by freestone wilson at 9:15 AM


Tuesday, October 07, 2003

Explore the World
Browse the 9871 travel articles and 161627 photographs posted on Worldisround:

North America (3614)
Canada (461)
Caribbean (301)
Central America (89)
Mexico (231)
United States (2473)
South America (293)
Eastern Europe (545)

posted by freestone wilson at 8:59 AM


Monday, October 06, 2003

Open Weblog Directory
Directory of weblogs, blogs, web journals, and online diaries. | Free Weblog Hosting | Weblog Directory | Blogging Sites | Profiles
Find a New Blog to Read

posted by freestone wilson at 9:23 AM


research blogs
These links are collected and annotated by Jill Walker and published as part of jill/txt.

This is an annotated list of weblogs I have found that are used by researchers and academics as a part of their research practice. I'm gathering these links to find out more about how blogs are used in academia and research. If you know of any research blogs I haven't listed please let me know about them. If you're in the list and disagree with the way I've described you write and tell me why, and I'll probably change it. I would like the annotations to explain what kind of research each blogger does and how the weblog is used in that research.


here is his hompage weblog....


a very articulate, intelligent writer....

posted by freestone wilson at 8:58 AM


Blogwise is....
...a new site bringing you a collection of categorised blogs from around the world. Whatever your taste, interest and culture - there's bound to be a blog out there written by a person just like you. If not, then why not start one yourself!

posted by freestone wilson at 8:36 AM



Popdex : the website popularity index

Birth of an index
Popdex came about because an inflated technological ego thought that a current-events news & link spider could be built in a few days. A month later, after many Mountain Dew filled nights and weekends, an index was born.

Not having added anything "new" to what was out there already, the next step was incorporating the popularity of linking sites into the rankings. Thus if websites A and B are extremely popular, and link to site C, then site C is given more weight in the rankings than a site linked to by sites with smaller numbers of inbound links.

A score is computed hourly and the rankings

posted by freestone wilson at 8:24 AM


Thursday, October 02, 2003



Tuesday, September 23, 2003
With this post, I've decided to discontinue

I've never told these stories before, and didn't know what to expect when I began. What I discovered is that it's surprisingly disturbing. Telling them requires mentally reliving events in vivid detail. And after writing them, I find myself slipping back into that old mindset, thinking about fights, guns, violence and crime. I like to think I've come a long way, and it's scary to find that the monster I was then is just below the surface... that reviving the old gangster mentality is as easy as telling a few old stories.

I guess I've discovered why this stuff never gets told. And it why hopefully never will be again. It deserves a deep burial. The things that happened in that neighborhood represent the worst in human nature, the most profound lapses of morality, the most sordid product of self-hate and hopelessness. I don't want to be that person anymore. It's time to put gangstories away for good.

Thanks to everyone for all your comments. Hopefully next time I'll be writing something a little more positive.

Thanks for stopping by,

what it is like, On The Front, of the streets, in the world of Gangs!
[archives only, and his links.]

HERE IS A COPY OF A STORY: the whole site is like this!!

My four brothers and I went to the same neighborhood gradeschool. I was the youngest by several years. It was private, and we were charity kids with "tuition exemptions" thanks to my dad being a vet when he died.

After a rampage of fistfights and arrests in seventh grade I was expelled. First in the family, big controversy. I knew they were embarrassed, but later I did the same thing at three public schools, finally dropping out in highschool, and never gave the incident much thought.

Years later us kids were sorting through Mom's things after her funeral. The big discovery was this pile of cheap spiral notepads. She always had them lying around, and we figured they were full of recipies. Turns out they were journals, spanning nearly three decades off and on.

Mostly mundane stuff. But toward the bottom of the pile I run into this entry, dated 1991, the year after my expulsion:

". . . at mass, [Father M] did the year end ceremony for the moms with a last child finishing 8th grade, and they got their red rose. I was very angry about it and crying and . . . I had been waiting for my rose after 5 boys going through. [K] and me left early . . . I'm very upset about [D], and wish I had been home more to stop it . . ."

Since leaving the neighborhood, redemption has become the central theme of my life. But I'm learning some wrongs simply can never be redeemed.

I never knew about the rose. She kept this inside. I remember tearing out the page and sitting there on that goddamn floor for hours, thinking that her only life achievement was raising five boys in the city. That rose was the one mark of social recognition for it, and I ruined it for her. Not even the college diploma I eventually got makes up for it since the cancer took her sophmore year, and she never got to see any of it.

This was a hard lesson. It's one of life's great tragedies that the permanent brands of your own stupidity end up on the backs of the people who love you most. I think in the end, that internal struggle is the real cost of becoming self-aware after a life in that neighborhood.

posted by freestone wilson at 9:16 AM



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