The sadness for me has been watching the degradation of the extremely talent high school students I once knew, student by student, as they have been blasted during their college years by increasing amounts of electro-magnetic radiation from cell towers, churches, military and maritime vessels, and other facilities. Some young people have actually been actually hooked up to the organized crime hive, others have only endured crossed eyes, damaged vision and forebrains, or dimmed intelligence that has turned them from brilliant young artists into ordinary drones.
For someone like me, who has spent most of her adult life in the arts, it has been inexpressibly sad to watch this degradation of our culture, and of our artists, writers and journalists. We truly are living during the Fall of Rome, a fact which daily goes unremarked upon by the newspapers.
If there are still any young artist out there, my advice remains the same: Bug spray on the neck and back, and in the ears; and flee the electro-magnetic radiation and cell phone and radio wave emissions if you can, usually by going to remote places or by moving around.
At this point, my own life is sufficiently in peril that I am going to stop writing this blog, and will drop off the map for awhile. My family and friends know where I am.
See you on the other side, if our beautiful blue-green planet is not entirely sterilized by this new and final-stage human technology.
Sadly and with Deep Regret,
Author, Teaching the Dog to Think
Author, The Call of the Small
Author, Alchemies of Loss