Coming in October! Dangerous Imagination Workbook

This is a follow-up expansion to the original text of Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation…specifically the territory covered by activist, teacher and journalist Cara St.Louis. Cara was a producer at The People’s Voice TV, a contributing editor at Veteran’s Today, a novelist (Consolata’s Companion) and activist esoteric researcher ( The Sun Thief). Her work has been translated into German and Spanish. There is so much more to the social engineering and cultural implosion of the 20th Century, which Cara calls the Stolen Century. Would it surprise you to find that there is every likelihood a false 1000 years of history has been inserted into our timneline to justify royal expansionism? How about the unseen elements working for us, reawakened to take on the threat to Sophia. Must read follow up! People who have asked for pre-order: https://indie-kitchen.myshopify.com/products/pre-order-dangerous-imagination-silent-assimilation-workbook

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A Short Rant: Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation out in just a few days!!!

It’s out! http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Imagination-Silent-Assimilation-St-Louis/dp/0692247572/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1416518123&sr=1-1&keywords=dangerous+imagination%2C+silent   Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation available in both paperback and Kindle in just a few days! Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation is a no-excuses conversation from Cara St. […]

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Take Our Planet Back! Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation Available on Kindle or Paperback

Razor’s Edge data and analysis…it is a no excuses book. Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation by Cara St.Louis and Harald Kautz-Vella is being placed into pre-order status on Kindle. Humanity’s most powerful weapon is that which has been under brutal siege: The Imagination. Several chapters have been published here on Vortex as previews in the last few months and have been read widely. The excerpts have received stellar reviews. Reserve your copy on Kindle if that is your preferred method of reading. Let’s move to the next level and take our planet back. Pre.order available now at The Kindle Store at amazon.

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Premiere: Extraordinary Tales, Extraordinary Writers

My name is Cara St.Louis and this is my show. Conversations with some of the most extraordinary people I have ever met. You will be seeing it as an acquisition elsewhere later. Please feel free to share. I bring you World Class Illustrator and Writer, Bridget Marzot and World-Renowned Jazz Artist and philosopher, Gilad Atzmon. From March of this year. Enjoy!

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The Intelligent Plant: What is Life?

In the early to mid-twentieth century, behaviourists defined what it is to be alive. It was that effort, primarily that led by B.F. Skinner, that devalued human life enough to allow the century to be stolen, to allow us to be seen as herds of barely functional cattle. It is therefore with some delight that I reproduce this article, from one of the most widely read magazines in the US, which revisits what it is to be alive. The men who wrote the book, The Secret Life of Plants, had strong ties to the CIA and one always has to ask why now? Sometimes it’s a matter of finding a place to park the Truth so the Lie can live. Principles of Magic, so to speak. Editor

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Island of Monks with Oldilocks

You may forget but
Let me tell you
this: someone in
some future time
will think of us.
Sappho 6th cent BC

The whole of Brittany is filled with megalithic remains, which stand as silent witnesses to its magical past peopled by Druids, King Arthur and the wizard Merlin, whose legends migrated from Great Britain to the Little Britain of Brittany with the Norman conquest. Not far south from the forest of Broceliande, the focus of these legends, lies ‘Ar Mor Bihan’ – Breton for ‘the little sea’.

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Musings on The Sun Thief; a novel by Cara St Louis

We live in times where fiction masquerades as facts so why not facts as fiction? Americans can ignore Cara St. Louis’s fictional novel The Sun Thief at their own peril. They can wait for their briefing from the National Security Agency or a memo from the Department of Defense but I seriously doubt whether anyone’s going to interrupt Dancing with the Stars. Somewhere above in a plaid patchwork of pale grays and sickly blue’s the epitaph of the human soul may be written in a vapor trail.

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