DREAMS OF THE GREAT EARTH, submitted by Marck. Some people dream of horses. Others dream about boats or fighting space aliens in their grade school basement. This site apparently dreams about imaginary poles shifting around Earth. Now I'm no dream analyzer here, but I think a dream about that means you want to have sex with your father.

Read about Joe Mason's experiences of dreams and amazing coincidences that reveal the nature of humanity's path. Joe's research involves crop circles, giant ground markings, the 11:11 coincidences, other strange phenomenon, and universal myths/religions, making it clear that humanity has been on an ascending path that corresponds to the chakra levels of the spiritual body of mankind.

We are nearing a leap to the heart chakra level of consciousness evolution en masse. The ongoing research explains the connections to the great Grand Cross alignment and solar eclipse on August 11, 1999, at 11:11 a.m.

Hey buddy, a little late there, aren't ya? I can't speak for you shitheads, but I know for a fact that my body hasn't reached chakra levels of spirituality. I think if that happens then all the welding across my back starts to vibrate and my rear view mirror runs the risk of falling off. Regardless, today is a tribute to some of those religious wackos who "just didn't get it quite right!" Great job, guys! If you're still alive, maybe sometime you and I can hang out at Area 52! Meanwhile, keep thinking about all them conspiracy-filled "1s" there, you two winners!

– Rich "Lowtax" Kyanka (@lowtax)

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