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Convergence of Storms

What an incredible photograph of the earth! The most majestic, pristine, powerful and raw displays of mother nature. The earth almost speaks through the photograph. She’s been heated and needs to let off a little steam. The three hurricanes representing not just a rise in sea temperature, but an energetic build-up of chaos in all the cosmos. Perhaps it is the macrocosmic expression of what’s occurring socially and spiritually.

I couldn’t help but think of the destructive forces and areas of interest in which the elite seem obsessed about. War, terrorism and the economy rip through the  mainstream media every day like a hurricane.


As the terrorist group ISIS loses control over territory, each bombing and hastily initiated terror attack appears to to get more and more desperate. This short youtube video does a fantastic job at explaining why. The latest gruesome and horribly sad event in Spain will only strengthen those left to deal with the aftermath. Just as those left in the wake of Harvey’s destruction saw the storm pitter away, slowly weakening as it made its cowardly run inland.

The utterly terrifying prospect of a nuclear exchange with North Korea has never been closer to reality. With two giant children at the helm of each respective ship, Mr. Un and the Donald, I’ve watched with my breath held and my jaw on the floor. Could Trump possibly do or say anything dumber than he already has? It won’t matter when Kim ultimately decides he has nothing better to do than to start a scrap with the world. According to the National Post, “an estimated 41 percent of the population is undernourished and additional sanctions could cause famines similar to the 1990’s”. If this school boy drama plays out anything like the stubborn crawl of Irma, it may cost the lives of a lot of people minding their own business.

What does the last and final hurricane represent? I think that depends on us as a whole. Our collective unconscious and co-creation has inspired destructive forces brought to life in both man and the earth. As Hurricane Jose sits idle in the Atlantic, I imagine the economies of the west sitting in the balance awaiting their fate. Could the storms themselves be the straw which causes a domino affect and eventual collapse of the dollar?  The convergence of anger, natural disaster and a weakening economy make for an interesting end of year party.