Waiting for the Sonrise, part one


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  As stated in my previous post, “Ink on the page” this is an introductory part of a going series. The quote I used blog post is to me the most on target. It came from the first Lord of the Rings movie when Galadriel was speaking at the intro to the movie.

  “The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost; for none now live who remember it.“

   Much of the Rings movies is extremely symbolic of the age we now find ourselves in. Many of the now famous quotes like Gandalf speaking to Frodo is oddly the question that will face most of the church during this age as we gear up for our own personal and corporate last battles

  “I wish it need not have happened in my time said Frodo, ‘So do I,’ Said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

  So, do you feel the change? Do you watch the world around you and feel somewhere deep down within you a change has taken place that has a hard time describing?

  Many do and are starting to speak up about it.

  An even larger group, I think feel the same but have said nothing for there own personal fears of being correct. As I said before, there is a universal SOS or wake up call that even the non-Christians are now hearing.

  And that is the point of the next several blog posts. I am hoping to display some “things” that do not fit within the narrative our world is teaching. All in the hope of a few people waking up from the dangerous slumber we now find ourselves in.

  This first post is a sampling of some of the issues that I will try diving deeper into. So hopefully this will cause you to ponder and reflect as I slowly hack away at some of the foundations of illegitimate wisdom in our world.

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Star Trek Axanar


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As a person who is a fan of Science Fiction and a Christian, my mind obviously ponders and considers things. If you are a regular reader of some of my earlier blogs, you will have most likely noticed that I sometimes look at things from a different angle. To give you an example, while writing my own Science Fiction stuff. I listen to an eclectic collection of civil war music, Christian rock and the Gaelic music of Moya Brennan.

I also watch and observer, culture and notice patterns. The 80’s and 90’s had a lot of subtle shifts. One of those shifts, is Hope itself.

I could pick several things to use an example. But due to recent events I think I will use the subject of Star Trek to illustrate my point. Continue reading

WinGate Update, April 2, 2015


Hello everyone,

In an effort to not have flat characters in my first book. I have spent a lot of time thinking over as many aspects of who each person is. In many cases I have a “back story” floating around in my mind. One such person is Megan Verity Becker, a former captain in the US Army, veteran of Iraq, single mother with a young son Johnny. Megan came from a military family that was, shall we say. Had a “form of life” but was devoid of the true reality of it.

Being interested in Archeology at an early age. And inspired by what she saw overseas, Megan pursued her new carrier. Enjoying the solitude that came with it. It became her escape from confronting the parts of her family life she would prefer never to see again.

To build Megan’s character, I have drawn on the music artist Plumb, AKA Tiffany Arbuckle Lee. And her latest album, Need You Now. The strong emotional outpouring in many of her songs became the emotional pattern I used to build Megan Becker.

I have included a video for her title song, Need You Now for you to get an idea of the emotion Megan carries within her.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGIumjD6I3M  (cut & paste this URL if it does not open.)

Please consider passing along this update to as many people as possible. This project will come to pass with the help of people like you.

 

A Update


Good morning all, as you may have noticed I have not posted anything in a while. This has not been because of a lack of words, but the reverse.

I have spent the last few months writing a science fiction book. It is currently over 150 plus pages, 49K words and from the looks of it. It will be a part of four book series. Continue reading