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2022 FULL MOONS—Note that for Native American names, each Moon name was traditionally applied to the entire lunar month in which it occurred, the month starting either with the new Moon or full Moon. READ

By TLH  (still working on a brand new creative non-fiction  book 3 for the series"It's A Miracle We Survived This Far)

BOOZHOO! Hey there! It's almost spring. I see the buds are just starting to pop. 

I do love winter and snow.  It's when I get a lot of reading, research and writing done.  My favorite full moon in winter is THE MOON OF POPPING TREES!

The world is battered so hard—it's sucked the life energy right out of us.  As our power dims with every insult to our intelligence, say: "NO MORE"—and remember we have no way back to that world of yesterday.  It's gone completely. There is only NOW.  

We can (and must) CREATE THE WORLD going forward... I ask all of us to make that happen in a clear coherent manner.


👇I am still tweeking this video for my last book WHAT JUST HAPPENED. It's a draft.

You might enjoy:

15 Things Museums Do That Piss Me Off

  1. When the “American gallery” doesn’t display any folk art or Indigenous art

Sometimes I anger-wander through American art galleries, just to see if they’re finally going to start putting up intricate quilts and whimsical Pennsylvania Dutch Fraktur paintings. Just one piece of folk art furniture, more Navajo blankets, I beg of you! Heaps of textiles are stored in museum archives, yet they are almost never on view in most cases. Why? If I see another quaint, pastoral, white-picket-fence painting next to a glossy “founding father” I might explode. 

Museums are critical to how we interact with the vast majority of art. But I have to ask myself: if I love museums so much, why do I often leave feeling … well, kinda pissed off? (these are her words but I agree.)

Special Exhibition

Spring 2022 |  Rainmaker Gallery, Bristol/UK |  15 March – 31 May 2022


 Our 2022 spring exhibition will be the last in our current gallery home. The artworks are chosen for their joyful colours in celebration of the happy times we have spent here throughout the last sixteen years. [For over 30 years Rainmaker has been the only dedicated contemporary Native American art gallery in the UK and Europe but our future is under threat and we need your help now!  Click this link to learn more: https://gofund.me/ae873161]

and finally: 

😨This article is not recommended if you are feeling anxiety or in depression:

Chris Hedges:
Waltzing to Armageddon

The Dr. Strangeloves, like zombies rising from the mass graves they created around the globe, are once again stoking new campaigns of industrial mass slaughter. Read here...

"So what if temperatures soar, monster hurricanes, floods, droughts, and wildfires devastate the earth? In the face of the gravest existential crisis to beset the human species, and most other species, the ruling elites stoke a conflict that is driving up the price of oil and turbocharging the fossil fuel extraction industry. It is collective madness." The doctrine of permanent war has dominated our lives during the Cold War and dominates our lives now.  


**Reminder: You are not crazy, you are experiencing CHAOS (to make you afraid)


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