Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Past Life Regression

I have always had dreams as a kid that led me to believe at an early age that I had been on the planet before in a different body. Most of my dreams were about World War 1 and World War 2. I had also had dreams about shooting up heroin as a little kid and this was way before I even knew what heroin or any drug was. Whenever someone hears the truth about anything in general, a feeling wells up inside of you and for some reason you know it to be true. Well this is how I felt when i realized that my dreams had to do with past lives. Those 2 words were like the bells of truth being rung throughout my body.

This is a painting of my spirit, what I look like when I am not in a body.
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The original drawing of my spirit was done by a spiritual master. This painting is my rendition of his drawing of my spirit. Notice my aura is purple, light blue and orange.

I am working on a bunch of books and scripts based on my past lives. Of course in some of it I will be taking artistic liberties with content but the basic principal and story will be based on my truth as I see it.

I look forward to sharing them with the world.

If you have cable TV and particularly the channel Turner Classic Movies (TCM), there is a mini-documentary about me that is running in between the movies that they show for the entire month of November. After November, the piece will run a few times a month for as long as the channel exists. Hopefully someday I can put the video up on here. If you have that channel, please look for it.

Until next time, be good to yourselves and each other cuz karma is a bitch!

one love-

Thursday, September 27, 2007 Hardcore Fest Remixed

Bands are In Stride, Go it Alone, Get the Most and Circles (ex-blue monday). Hardcore Fest

Here are the pictures from the hardcore festival featuring Go it Alone, Shook Ones, Get the Most, Circles, In Stride and more. Click on title of blog to go to pictures.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Signal Lost in Seattle.

Signal Lost is a female fronted hxc/punk band from Austin Texas. They definitly fit in with other great bands from that area, though the only one with female vox, their music grabs you and throws you on the dance floor. In other words-it is fucking good! Lead singer Ashley's vocals are incredible and remind me of a punker more political version of the late Mia Zapata of the band The Gits. (If you never heard of The Gits, please goto
Anyway, I first heard of the band from an issue of Maximum rock and roll. After I moved to Seattle I found their first CD, Children of the Wasteland, at a thrift store for a dollar. I was seriously stoked that day.
Since then the band has released a second full length on Prank Records. You can hear some of the music of that album, a 7 inch and their first cd at
I hung out with the band during their 2 day stop in Seattle. Both nights were mad fun and at two of the greatest DIY spots in town. They were even better live! I highly recomend this band if you are into good music in general. Signal Lost's members are part of a great family of texas bands that include: Severed Head of State, Deathreat, World Burns to Death, Spazm 151 and others.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Hardcore and Punkrock-my first 2 loves.

I first got into hardcore in 1986. I had started skateboarding and my Aunt bought me a subscription to Thrasher Magazine for Christmas one year. Back in the 80's Thrasher was in b/w and was half punkrock and hardcore music. I learned about many bands in this zine. My best friend at the time started going to shows at the Anthrax in Norwalk CT. He was a year older and the product of divorce. His Dad didn't keep track of him like my parents did of me. While my parents would not let me goto any shows at the Anthrax untill I turned 16, my friend would pick up records and other merchandise to share with me. The first tape I made was Murphy's Law S/T and The Cro-Mags Age of Quarell, with some Minor threat thrown in at the end. I wore this tape down untill I finally bought the records for myself.
Fast forward to the year 2007. I am 34 and still into hardcore and punk. I still look like a punker and goto shows many times a month. I love hardcore. If it wasnt for this music I might have suceeded in killing myself during the 90's. Having gone through alot during my 20's and suceeding in getting off of hard drugs in my 30's, hardcore and punk has become increasingly important in my life. Without it I am nothing. So to all the bands, labels and other persons involved in getting the music out- I thank you from the bottom of my heart. It all means so much to me. More than you will ever know. Hardcore is not just for kids. Support and have respect for the older people at shows and in the scene, even if they are female. Do not for one minute think that hardcore/punk is just for the guys or for the kids. If you think that hardcore is just for you and your friends, you are sadly mistaken and have no idea what it is all really about.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Planet Earth is a Drag.

I have always been out of step with the rest of the world. Alone in the crowd. Growing up I always had tons of friends, but as I grew older I became more of a loner because no matter where I was or who I was hanging out with, I just didn't fit in. I became a full fledged punkrocker and hardcore kid, but still I felt alone and misunderstood. I am 34 now and I am still into hardcore/punk and I still goto shows. I don't mosh anymore for fear of getting hurt, so instead of just standing around at shows I started to take pictures. Alot of this blog will feature pictures from random shows. I have alot of things to take care of, alot of books that need to be finished, screenplays that I havent even started yet. It's hard being me. It's hard being misunderstood.