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March 18, 2019

Oh great SEA!

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 9:17 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the truly golden sun lit, azure skied graced, crisp, calm, seven karat island of Nantucket! Great to be back with you on a magnificent early Monday morning, The Eighteenth Day of March, 2019; broadcasting LIVE from ‘the gateway to Cape Cod National Seashore’, deep in the woods of the historic hamlet Eastham!


If one is a regular reader of this watery essay, and we hope you are, one may notice criticism of not only malignant MK Ultra 7.0 mind control over the masses via ‘main stream media’ outlets, movies, “Netflix”, modern day ‘music’, magazines, newspapers, well, you name it, but also of many other evil goings on of the current ‘powers that be’…  However, if one digs deep and long, as though for gold in a mountain river, anyone can find treasures, truisms worth a look SEA…

Take streaming giant “Netflix” recent offering of “The Dawn Wall” and “Wakefield”. The former being that mountain climbing story of one Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson, captivating the world on January 15th, 2015.  Men who, despite some tough life challenges on and off the face ascending to the very summit of Heaven’s rest.  A master move most mere mortals would never attempt in this life time or any other.

Yosemite National Park Valley’s great “El Capitan“, boasting a granite face over 3000 feet above a peaceful meadow below.  Tommy Caldwell doing it despite losing part of his left index finger, as he and his partner Kevin did what no other mountaineer has ever done before.  Free climbing what is known as “The Dawn Wall’; coined via sun’s first light on an epic rock carved, like The Cape and Islands, by “The Last Great Ice Age” 11,500 years prior.

A must SEA!

The latter being “Wakefield”, with Brian Cranston and Jennifer Garner. A story of a ruthless, out of touch, sad litigator in some big New York City law firm, who one day jumps off the treadmill he and society created for him.  Looking at life through a homeless lens of a new pair of glasses. Setting him free to SEA what he has been missing all these years.  Love, regret, joy, jealousy, hate, anger, insight and ultimately self actualization.  This new age Hollywood work gets Sea Cape Cod’s highest rating;


Here is a quote from that film, via William Shakespeare’s play “The Merchant of Venice”…

“The quality of Mercy is not strained, it dropeth as gentle rain from Heaven upon the place beneath.”

“Wakefield” states, “…I never got it until now;

Mercy is not something you ever get to request, it’s never strained or forced, it’s given.


No reason, just a gift dripping from the sky.

Twice blessed,

…blessing him that gives and him that takes.

Have a powerful, prosperous, pioneering week ahead folks!


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