Thursday, April 25, 2019

NWO Alert: Will Microchips Be Forced Upon Us for ID?

My latest novel Crowns and Cabals takes place in the near future.  The world's population is forced to wear microchips in their forearms for identification, financial transactions, location, entrance keys, and health records.  Reality is not only catching up with fiction, but with prophecy as well.
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Sweden's Biohax International has already implanted over four thousand Swedes with their microchips. The chip is the size of a grain of rice and does not require a battery.  These microchip wearers love the convenience, and Swedish companies love the security.  
The United States would never implement RFID microchips into people's hands, right?  Unfortunately, the RFID microchip is already here.  Wisconsin's Three Market Square has dozens of employees who volunteered to get microchipped. They claim it's so much easier to buy food at the vending machines and to log onto their computers.
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The RFID/microchip is the "new" technology called biometric authentication.  This kind of technology/science explores new ways to use facial recognition, voice, eye scans, and physical behavior.  The ease of the chip has a dark side.  Best case scenario is the user gets hacked, but think of how the chip could work in a diabolical way-mind control, poison, embezzlement, access into private property/work, and much more.  For those who believe, this chip might cost your soul.  Biblical prophecy might be linked to this microchip movement. 
Revelation 13
16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

Crowns and Cabals addresses microchips in an apocalyptic world.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

VBT Presents: Shrapnel in the San Fernando Valley

Non-Fiction / Memoir
Publisher: Desert Dog Books
Published Date: April 6, 2019

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Shrapnel in the San Fernando Valley is a guided tour through a Tilt-A-Whirl life that takes so many turns that you may find yourself looking up from the pages and wondering how the hell one person managed to fit them all into 40-odd years. And many of them are odd years indeed. From a rootless, abusive childhood and mental illness through serious and successful careers in music and art, much of which were achieved while being involved in a notoriously destructive mind-control cult. Carol Es presents her story straight up. No padding, no parachute, no dancing around the hard stuff. Through the darkness, she somehow finds a glimmer of light by looking the big bad wolf straight in the eye, and it is liberating. When you dare to deal with truth, you are free. Free to find the humor that is just underneath everything and the joy that comes with taking the bumpy ride.

Illustrated with original sketches throughout, Shrapnel in the San Fernando Valley is not just another survivor's tale, it's a creative ride where raw and intimate revelations are laid bare. As an artist and a woman finding self-worth, it's a truly courageous, relatable story that will keep you engaged to the end.

About the Author

Los Angeles writer, musician, and self-taught artist Carol Es writes for the Huffington Post, Whitehot Magazine, and Coagula Art Journal. She’s been published with Bottle of Smoke Press, Islands Fold, Chance Press, and her Artist’s books are featured in the Getty Research Library, Brooklyn Museum, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She is a two-time recipient of the Durfee Foundation’s ARC Grant, a Pollock-Krasner Fellow, and won the Wynn Newhouse Award in 2015.

Awarded grants in writing from the National Arts and Disability Center, Asylum Arts in Brooklyn, NY, Carol won the Bruce Geller Memorial Award WORD Grant for 2019.

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

VBT Presents: The Impaler's Wife by Autumn Bardot

Part of a Fearless Women in History series
Historical fiction, Historical Romance, Gothic Romance
Published Date: April 3, 2019

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The year is 1464 and young King Matthias controls Hungary, his family, and the fate of the world’s most notorious political prisoner, Prince Vlad Dracula. 

 Ilona Szilágy, the king’s cousin, is young and ambitious. Dracula is determined to marry into the Hunyadi family. It is love at first sight…but the king has other plans. The Impaler Prince, however, never takes no for an answer.

This begins Ilona’s journey into the treacherous world of court intrigues, family betrayals, and her husband’s dark desires. Eager to become Vlad’s trusted confidant, Ilona soon discovers that marriage to man tortured by his past comes with a price.

Woven throughout is a peek into the life and times of one of the world’s most enigmatic and maligned rulers…the man before the legend.

With Bardot’s decadent period detail and a cast of gritty evocative characters, The Impaler’s Wife offers a fierce yet sensuous glimpse into the violent 15th century.

About the Author

Autumn Bardot writes smart erotica and historical fiction about sassy women, spicy sex, and daring passions!
 Her erotica includes Legends of Lust, ( Cleis Press )and Confessions Of A Sheba Queen ( Cleis Jan 2020).  Autumn has a BA in English literature and a MaEd in curriculum and instruction. She’s been teaching writing and literary analysis for fourteen years. Autumn lives in Southern California with her hubby, rescue pooch, and ever-increasing family.  Her favorite things include salty French fries, coffee, swimming, and a great book.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

NWO Alert: How the U.N. is Set Up

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United Nations Security Council

The United Nations seems like a benign organization that requires a colossal amount of money to do good all over the world.  It is the mother to many spin-off organizations and has its own military.  The General Assembly is the U.N.'s governing body. There are 193 members who vote on policies concerning human rights and peace.  Two-thirds of the assembly are the required majority to get policies passed. These members are elected by other members and serve a two year term.   
Top countries who fund most of the United Nations do not get to pack the assembly with their representatives.  Unfortunately for the top donors of the U.N., representation is determined geographically. For example, Africa has thirteen representatives while Western Europe has seven.  
Although the General Assembly is very influential, the U.N. Security Council wields the most power. This council has five permanent members: U.S., China, France, Russia, and the U.K.  These members have veto power. Another ten members fill the council, but are elected and only serve for two year terms. Their power is secondary.  
Most of the council's business is conducted in secret. This is where missions are decided, ceasefires are enforced, peace is observed, economic sanctions are made, military action is taken, and other security measures are decided.  The United States' permanent position might explain the desire to pay billions of dollars that the country does not have. The power must be worth the debt put on American shoulders. 
The United Nations want much more than peace.  Their true colors prove that they seek a globalized world with one set of rules. Starting with Agenda 21(1992), the U.N. has dictated a global "solution" to end all of the world's problems.  No worries.  It's not a law, or so they say.  It's a plan or a suggestion...
Agenda 21 was signed by 179 nations in Rio de Janiero.  Agenda 21 was the beginning (to the end in my opinion) to more agendas, revisions, and add-ons that piggy-back on to the original plan of a globalized world. Agenda 2030 and Vision 2050 are follow-up agendas that enhance globalization, claiming to end poverty, supply food, and protect the planet. Sounds great until you read the fine print.  My upcoming posts will focus on these agendas.  Let me know what you think!  Crowns and Cabals: An Apocalyptic Tale of New World Order is about a global takeover by the U.N.

VBT Presents: Case of Billy's Missing Gun by SJ Slagle

(Sherlock and Me series)

Cozy mystery
Date Published: March 2019

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Super sleuth Lucy James is hired to find the Colt pistol that may have belonged to Billy the Kid. Hampered by dishonest weapon experts, a pawnshop murder and unusual architecture at a downtown casino, her investigation is rocky at best. A massive snowstorm has blanketed Reno leaving Lucy to slog her way to interviews with uncooperative witnesses. Her father’s abrupt firing from his job as the host of a local children’s television show and the impending marriage between her best friend Cindy Floyd and her detective fiancĂ© Skip Callahan grab chunks of Lucy’s fleeting attention. But she is determined to find the missing gun before the next snowstorm even though she on and off relationship with handsome professor Eric Schultz is off again. With sheer tenacity and a pair of thick snow boots, Lucy muscles through to the mystery’s resolution. It isn’t easy but the mystery and murder never are.

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SJ SLAGLE started her writing career as a language arts teacher. Her initial interest was children’s stories, but she moved on to western romance, mysteries, and historical fiction. She has published 24 novels, both independent and contract. SJ contributes regularly to guest blogs and has her own blog called in which she discusses the research involved in the books she writes. SJ has established Twitter and Facebook fan bases, a quarterly author newsletter and a website under her pseudonym: JEANNE HARRELL at

Her first historical fiction novel, LONDON SPIES, was awarded a B.R.A.G. Medallion in 2018 and Slagle was a finalist in the 2017 UK Independent Book Awards. She was given the Silver Award with the International Independent Film Awards for her screenplay called REDEMPTION. SJ conducts writing/publishing symposiums in her local area. OSLO SPIES, her second historical fiction novel will be published in September. She lives and works in Reno, Nevada.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

NWO Alert: The U.N.'s Blue Helmut Soldiers

The U.N. inspired my futuristic dystopian novel, Crowns and Cabals:
Crowns and Cabals: An Apocalyptic Tale of New World Order by [Rae, Dina]

The soldiers or Blue Helmuts have been around since 1948 in response to the Arab-Israeli conflict post World War II.  These soldiers are armed.  Their mission statement is to promote stability and security, protect personal property, and work with local communities.
The United Nations has 111,000 military personnel.  90,000 are soldiers, and the remainder are military police and civilians.  Approximately, 8000 (10/2018) of this number are women.  Efforts have been made to increase the role of women in the U.N. military.  It remains unclear if efforts to increase the number of military as a whole is part of the U.N.'s agenda.

The Blue Helmuts are members of their native country's military army.  Their specific tasks/missions include protecting U.N. employees, monitoring border disputes, observing peace after war, providing security for elections, assisting in-country military, and training other militias.  The most common job for a Blue Helmut is an infantry soldier.  Enablers are engineers or helicopter crews.

The U.S. is the biggest funder in the U.N.  Americans tend to work as U.N. police.  They usually have at least five years experience and have passed an extensive physical test.  Ethiopia has the most Blue Helmuts, approximately 8300.  A Peacekeeper/Blue Helmut is paid whatever the country's standard rate of service is plus an additional $1428 per month from the U.N. as of 7/2018.  

Since 1948, the U.N. Blue Helmuts have completed fifty-seven missions.  They are currently deployed in another fifteen missions worldwide.  Some of these missions are located in Haiti, Darfur, Congo, Cyprus, Lebanon, Kosovo, India, Pakistan, and the Middle East.

Monday, April 8, 2019

Book Review: Defending the Dream by George Dalton

Defending the Dream by [Dalton, George]

Defending the Dream is a WWII novel about a pilot, Charles Ray McClanton, who ends up flying a P51.  The plane was equipped with Rolls Royce engines and managed to protect the other fighter jets during combat.  George's character helps win the war.
The story has a ton of combat action, history, and even romance.  Charles has a couple of women he falls for.  Without giving anything away, he loses some loved ones, but finds a woman to settle down with.
My Review: As always with George, I learned something new while being completely entertained.  I knew very little about the aircraft.  George weaves in how the war could have been lost had it not been for the defense engineers and air force coming up with innovating ideas.  I love how George uses prayer in his characters' actions.  George has some twists and turns.  Some characters don't make it, and some characters end up as complete disappointments.  For example, the US pilot who paints Nazi symbols on his plane after killing Germans really messes up during a battle.  Although this novel is stand alone, it's part of a generation of McClantons who I have come to know and love.  Great story-telling!  I recommend this book to anyone who likes WWII, and especially recommend it to kids who are studying WWII.  It works as a great learning device as well!  5/5 Stars

Saturday, April 6, 2019

VBT Presents: Everyday Enchantments by Maria DeBlassie

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New Age, Inspirational Non-Fiction
Date Published: October 26, 2018
Publisher: Moon Books

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Winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in the New Age Category for 2018!

Everyday Enchantments is a love letter to the magic of everyday life, the sweet moments and the profound that we often overlook in our hurry to get from one place to the next. What if we had the power to unplug from our daily hustle and bustle and conjure a more profound way of living rooted in natural mysticism?

We do. All it takes is the whispered wish for more everyday enchantment breathed onto a dandelion head. This collection of essays reminds us to escape into the ordinary, find beauty in a simple cup of tea or rereading a beloved novel—and joyfully let our world turn upside down when synchronicity strikes in the form of wrong turns down forgotten lanes and unexpected midnight conversations with the moon. 

This book is a study in what it means to live deliciously, joyfully, and magically. And it’s an invitation to conjure your own bliss—-because let’s face it: we could all use a little more magic in our lives. 

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Maria DeBlassie, Ph.D. is a native New Mexican mestiza blogger, award-winning writer, and educator living in the Land of Enchantment. Her blogging life started as a year-long journey to write her back into happy, healthy, and whole through daily posts about life’s simple pleasures, everyday magic, and radical self-care. That year-long experiment turned into a lifestyle, a book, a press—and her ongoing blog, Enchantment Learning & Living. She is forever looking for magic in her life and somehow always finding more than she thought was there. Find out more about Maria and conjuring everyday magic at

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