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OPINION: Mt. Ashland Oregon welcomed the biggest storm on the West Coast in five years after praying at their 'First Snows Mountain Blessing' ceremony on November 23, 2014, for snow to help end the Pacific Coast drought. Two weeks later, a winter storm drenched the Pacific Coast and covered Mt. Ashland with a beautiful bright blanket of powder, as shown below.
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OPINION: People are buzzing how Puerto Vallarta’s Banderas Bay is a splendid turquoise, especially on sunny cloudless calm days. “This is the most turquoise I have seen in the bay in 15 years,” said iconic fisherman Phil Kerr. Could it be from the unprecedented friendly luminescent blue jellyfish that came here and ate up toxins following our Azteca-Cherokee-led oceandance at Los Muertos Pier on December 12?
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OPINION: There are terms that strike fear into the hearts of decent people. Among these terms are ISIS, ISIL, Daesh, Islamic State, and GOP. Here's how they are connected.
Tribes of Americas Oceandance in Mexico in Gratitude for Paris and to Heal Oceans after 337 Whales Died
OPINION: On December 12, the Azteca, Cherokee and Apaches in Puerto Vallarta joyously led an oceandance on Los Muertos pier in gratitude for humanity’s Paris victories: 200 UN countries signing an accord toward saving Earth for the Children by limiting global warming.
OPINION: Everyone makes New Year's resolutions but nobody keeps them for more than a couple of days. Or twenty-four hours. Or twelve seconds. But it's good to try so let's have a go at it in this special column just for people most in need of a moral imperative: Conservatards.
Opinion: $3.4 Trillion ‘Divestments’ can get Ski Areas and Tribes Clean Energy to Extend Snow and Shorelines
Skiers, Youth, Eco Activists, Indigenous, Spiritual Leaders Unite at Paris -- Ways YOU can help NOW Humanity owes a debt of gratitude to 350.org, founded...
OPINION: Ho, ho, ho, and a very merry non-denominational celebration of Saturnalia to you! (Note: the traditional name of the giftageddon that takes place during the winter solstice has been changed to reflect the author's self-proclaimed status as an honorary colonel in the War on Christmas.)
OPINION: It was a miracle that Mexico’s jewel, Puerto Vallarta, was not wiped off the map with Patricia’s 220 mph winds on Friday October 23, and not one life was lost. The U.N. reported that “Patricia had accelerated to that of Typhoon Haiyan, which displaced millions of people and left 7,300 dead in the Philippines in 2013.”