Monthly Archives: October 2016

Democracy Now! — Monday, Oct. 31, 2016

Posted by Planet Waves


On Friday, Amnesty International dispatched human rights observers to monitor the ongoing repression of the thousands of Native Americans resisting the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline, following Thursday’s attack by hundreds of militarized police. Now a Dakota Access security contractor has apparently attempted to infiltrate the camp armed with a rifle.

The Night Between the Worlds

Posted by Eric F Coppolino


Something about these nights of the year shifts our relationship to death and decay. While you’re alive, that means growth, evolution and transformation. Yet then there’s the reality of the ultimate fate of everyone incarnate. Nobody can live fully without a conscious relationship to death. It serves as an essential anchor to one’s maturity.

Four Winds Report for Oct. 30, 2016

Posted by Planet Waves


All Hallows Eve, the last night of the Old Religion’s year (what we call Halloween night), is considered to be when the veil between this world and the next is the thinnest. These are the Days of the Dead in many different traditions, not just south of the border but (from what I’ve read) as far back and east as ancient Egypt.