Monday, December 26, 2011


> Afghanistan: 12/25/11: 3 current: 1837

Killed In Action: 3/2003---12/18/2011: 4,818
> Wounded total to 12/18/1I: 54,834
> Killed in Action, November,2011: 2
> Iraqi Civilians Killed: 1,366,350
> Wounded Total (to 6/1/11): 11,191
> Killed In Action, November,2011: 16
> Wounded, November,2010: 146

SPC Quincy J. Green, 26, U.S. Army, El Paso, Texas (non-hostile)

SPC Christopher D. McCarthy, 28, U.S. Army, Virginia Beach, Virginia (non-hostile)

SPC Justin R. Mixon, 22, U.S. Army, Bogalusa, Louisiana (hostile fire--IED attack)

CPL Christian S. Cotner, 20, U.S. Marine Corps, Waterrbury, Connecticut (non-hostile)

SGT Frank J. Gasper, 25, U.S. Army, Merced, California (hostile fire--IED attack)

SGT Blake W. Evans, 24, U.S. Army, Rockford, Illinois (hostile fire-IED attack)

SGT 1ST CLASS Jason F. Dene, 37, U.S. Army, Castleton, Vermont (non-hostile--injury)

PFC Kyle Phillip Norris, 22, U.S. Army, Zanesville, Ohio (hostile fire--IED attack)

PVT Branden P. Haunert, 21, U.S. Army, Blue Ash, Ohio (hostile fire-IED attack)

SGT John K. Daggett, 21, U.S. Army, Phoeniz, Arizona (hostile fire--RPG attack)


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Sunday, December 25, 2011

Never Can Say Good-bye: Finding Romance and Suspense

Many of the most important times and events in a person’s life were brought about by coincidences-- chance meetings or sudden inspirations, which awakens us to new dreams or fresh perspectives. But how many of these incidences were actually brought about not by divine intervention, but by the decisions we made throughout our lives? Just think about thousands of choices we make every day. They lead us to one destiny or another. Yet how many decisions are based not on free choice, but on contracts made between souls to fulfill karmic debts?

Using researching his new book as an excuse, Michael chooses to visit his friend Lynne in Coyote Springs. In his conscious mind, he wants to rekindle their romantic relationship; instead he fixates on the Randolph Bellow and his family.

Through researching the dead lumber baron, he meets his granddaughter Shane Bellows. Nearly half his age, Shane arouses passion within him. He calls it love. Lynne knows better. He doesn’t love Shane any more than he had loved her. Lynne knows that there has been one woman who has always had his heart. Just because he has yet to meet her, it doesn’t mean she doesn’t exist. Against her and others’ advice, Michael and Shane marry.

The town is shocked when the owner of the Bellows Mansion offers to allow the newly weds to move into the old house. Michael is ecstatic. Growing up, Shane heard how the ghost of her grandfather’s first wife, Sara Jane, had tormented his second family until they were forced to flee for their own safety. It was sold to Amanda Bellows just to be rid of the ghost’s curse. Although Shane fears the house, she loves Michael more and reluctantly agrees to live there.

After moving in, Michael’s obsession deepens. It’s all he can think and dream about. He knows there is more to it than can be seen. He searches the old records and finds what he is looking for. Taking the panel off the wall does more than reveal the hidden room. Turning the knob, he opens the door to the past. Crossing the threshold starts him down the path, which could once again lead to obsessive love, betrayal, and murder as he reconnects with the past.

In spite of her reservations, Elizabeth agrees to teach a writing course at a small college. Her instinct tells her to run in the opposite direction, but she never forgets a kindness and the man who asked was the one who made her career possible. Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her decision. But as much as she wants to run, the town draws her in, awakening old memories of passion, anger and fear. By the time she realizes what is happening, it is too late to run. The doors of her past have been opened and the memories overwhelm her.

Love, guilt and betrayal intertwine in a kaleidoscope of memories as the past and present abruptly collide. Can they remember the love and learn from the past before they once again turn down the path of murder and revenge?

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Monday, December 19, 2011

Winter Solstice with Selena Fox

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be talking to the Executive Director of Circle Sanctuary, Selena Fox on December 22at 1 pm eastern as she talks ancient and contemporary Winter Solstice traditions. Fox will also be guiding Solstice mediation for healing and renewal during the show

Fox is a psychotherapist, teacher, writer, photographer, ritual performance artist, and Priestess. She is founder and co-executive director of Circle Sanctuary, an international Nature Spirituality resource center headquartered on a 200-acre Nature preserve in southwestern Wisconsin, USA.

Fox’s site addresses are:

Circle Sanctuary

To learn more about Winter Solstice traditions and to participate in the healing ritual turn in to on December 22 at 1 pm eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

Celebrate Winter Solstice with Selena Fox of Circle Sanctuary on internet radio shows this week.
Listen live or listen later to archived podcasts.

Tuesday, December 20, 8-9 pm central: Winter Solstice Ritual

Wednesday, December 21, 8:45-9:45 pm central: Yuletide Goddess & Pagan Origins of Christmas Traditions

Thursday, December 22, Noon-12:30 pm central: Winter Solstice Celebration

More info about these shows & for links to on-line resources:

Merry Solstice! Happy Holidays!
from Circle Sanctuary

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Selena Nephta

Recently I received an email from another producer congratulation me on receiving financing and distribution for my film from Selena Nephta. It surprised the hell out of me. Although I had approached her and we did send a few emails back and forth, we do not have a business relationship, nor does she have any connection to Cosmos Productions LLC.

After receiving his email, I did once again contact Selena Nephta. She did respond, claiming the woman was spreading false information about her and her company because Nephta turned down their project. Whether this is true or not, I don't know. Just know that we do not have any kind of relationship with Selena Nephta or her associates.

Her information is below.

C.E.O Thelookmodels Qatar/Dubai

Help Finding Civilian Jobs for Military Personnel and Veterans

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting Iraq veteran and career coach Lee Kelly on December 8 at 1 pm eastern as he talks about how he helps returning veterans find civilian jobs

A native of New Orleans, Lee Kelley is a former Army Captain and an Iraq war vet. He is currently the Director of Veterans Transitions for CareerPro Global, and recently won an international competition for Best Military Conversion Resume of 2011. He also runs the blog Veterans Transition HQ ( providing vets with valuable information and tips for achieving their career goals. Always working on a number of creative projects, Lee also a non-fiction book each year.

Kelly’s site addresses are:

To learn more about how Kelly is helping military personnel and veterans can successful return to the civilian work force tune in to on December 8 at 1 pm eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

Thursday, December 01, 2011

All From The Heart: Helping Military Personnel and Veterans

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting the President of All From the Heart , Judy Harter on December 1 at 1 pm eastern as she talks how they are helping military families in need.

All From the Heart is a 501C3 non-profit organization founded in 2004 to support local military families in need. The organization was founded by five individuals that have a heart for assisting these families and desiring to provide them with support in their time of need. Starting in 2003, All From The Heart has hosted the “Support our Troops event” each holiday season. On average, over 100 family members of our dedicated troops are treated to a celebration along with gifts, music, bbq, and Santa on a Harley.

Their website is at

Save the Date!
Saturday, December 3, 2011 11:00 am – 2:00 PM
Quaid Temecula Harley Davidson28964 Old Town Front Street, Temecula, CA 92590
Come honor those who sacrifice so much for us! We will be honoring 25 military families with Christmas gifts, photos with Santa, lunch, crafts and jolly jumps. Come shop at our vendor booths and enjoy live music provided by Guilty Conscience. Option 1 Lunch and event $50 – Contributors will receive a commemorative ride pin and souvenir t-shirt. Option 2 Lunch and event $25 per person – Contributors will receive a commemorative ride pin.

To learn more about how All From the Heart is helping military personnel, vets and the families who love them as well as how you can also help tune into on December 1 at 1 pm eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.