The Spell of Six Dragons

James True is a writer and artist from the High Country of Southern Appalachia. This autobiography is a collection of literature and poems inspired

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The Gnosis of Truth

If you can see the hunter in this photo you are using the power of gnosis to find him. Finding him requires an understanding

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Trauma Programming

Trauma programming is a two-step process. Step one induces shock. Step two induces programming. When you freeze a mind in terror, its receptors become

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The Eugenics of LGBT

What’s the difference between saying “I am gay” and being in a genital cult? Seriously, I can’t tell the difference. In this column, I

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Savage Gulf

I am not “woke.” Woke is something that already happened. Life is a living jaguar. The jaguar is a smart hunter. He steals your

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My Fellow Southerners

My Fellow Southerners, The South finds ourselves held hostage by an emotional cult of believers claiming to be atheists. They have descended on our

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A New Media

The news reported, “Millennial Couple Bikes Near ISIS Territory to Prove ‘Humans Are Kind’ and Gets Killed.” All over the internet I watch people

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Queen Lady Gaga

This is part two from The Anatomy of Satanism in Hollywood. Rest in peace Zombie Boy. Gaga loved you because you were willing to peel

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American Racism

Does anyone else find it bizarro to hear a black former US president elected by a majority of non-black voters scolding his own country

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CDC Drowning Virus

What happened to CDC employee and Team Lead of Population Health, Dr. Timothy J. Cunningham? His body was found along the muddy banks of

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My First Alien

Last night I had dinner with an optical engineer who was explaining the merits of molecular tweezers. He was strumming on about lasers and

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Jealousy

Earth: You came back! Oh how I missed you. Sun: I know, I’m sorry it took so long. Earth: Well, did you miss me?

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Make Cake Great Again

1843 – “Let them eat cake.” – The working class labeling the ruling class apathetic. 2012 – “You didn’t make that cake.” – A

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The Orion Cult

The first recorded practice of genital mutilations comes from Land of Khemit. Circumcision was a right of passage in ancient Egypt as late as

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The Hive of Antifa

Brim opened his rucksack and pulled out five walkie-talkies. They were made of hard rubber and colored bright yellow. The yellow had been painted

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The Babel Virus

What if we discovered that language was a virus installed by culture? Imagine your mind inoculated for the curse. What would our thoughts look

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My First Dogma

I have had the pleasure of several indoctrinations in my life. The first one was the time I became a Christian. I was introduced

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Patriarchy

A few weeks ago I found myself defending some statements on my perspective as a man. I was defending this position to a woman.

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Love Trumps Nothing

Are you buying the election hate? It’s definitely a buyer’s market. I saw a post-election rally/protest in my hometown that was a cornucopia of

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Fork in the Eye

‘Fork in the Eye’ is a brand new cutting-edge exotic ultra high-definition holographic wireless immersion technology. It offers users an experience that is truly felt by

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When knees fall

When knees touch ground, the sacred seem to listen. Knees do not bend in trivia. Like a page folded from our story. Knees mark

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Hands-free

With hands free my words can drip from this pen. From the peak of a mountain of consonants I can vowel at the moon.

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Christmas Parade

I have a box of snapshots taken from a Christmas parade. Glossy smiles I caught perching on a horse and buggy. Groundhog people rose

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Rib’s cage

There you pine, jailed in that ribcage. The little plastic army men are keeping you at bay. Turnstiles click at each year’s passing. Neon

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Up, up and away

Last night my head leaped out from a car window. The wind inflated my cheeks like a parachute. My eyeballs turned sticky from the

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Clouds come crashing

And clouds did come crashing The flight of fluff fell under the weather Surely the heavens did grumble But earth stood still in her

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Spackle

In this toon a bored saint sits at a desk with an empty inbox staring at the phone and wishing he had something to

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Tulip’s kiss

In the dawn I lay to kiss this tulip. I admit we’ve flirted now for days. Its face is cloistered in a tall green

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Hey life

Life. Do you hear that stomping? My giant was asleep for so many years you forgot his potential. I urge you make preparations. He

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Your skin is music

Your skin is my music I listen to it unfold The rapture of its tiny electricity You are a circuit to my battery Your

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Solitude

The court of public opinion had finally left the building. Minivans were packed full again and headed away. Trashcans jammed with confetti waited on

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When grass giggled

Simplicity came rolling down the hill yesterday for the third time. He plodded his way back to the top through a carpet of earthly

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Snow trumpets

Can you hear the snow’s quiet trumpet Its silent song serenading the gray Cold flakes falling in the ballroom of winter Gravity tickles loose

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Memory’s tower

Oh memory’s tower, how long overdue is this inspection. Today, I behold thee, my monument to passing. You are my stronghold, my bastion of

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Dawn (lyrics)

Grey and green, not black and white The heart turns stone if you hold it tight I watch the dawn put her sky to

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