Fernando Pessoa

TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK Fernando Pessoa Born Fernando António Nogueira Pessoa June 13, 1888 Lisbon, Portugal Died November 30, 1935 (aged 47) Lisbon, Portugal Fernando Pessoa was a famed Portuguese poet known for his Heteronyms & obscure approach to poetry.  He popularized his heteronyms throughout his career by engaging different mindsets & often contradicting statements of his other heteronyms.   His writings whisper into … Continue reading Fernando Pessoa


“DENIAL OF THE TREATY” 1. The world is made up of two forces orders: the forces that claim and the forces that deny. 2. The forces that claim are the creative forces in the world, issued successively the single, center Affirmation. 3. The forces that deny emanate from beyond the single. 4. The One, whom God, the Creator God of Things, is only one manifestation, … Continue reading DENIAL OF THE TREATY

Finding Myself

Basically, I found myself without being myself. Here’s a poetic summary, from a passage of my upcoming novel Red Eyes See Red Stars. I always had a particular reason for my questionable actions. I would imagine twisting in the air, specs of dust formed of memories and those memories were words, not actual images. And I… I took the form of myself. This projection entitled: … Continue reading Finding Myself


  Anamnesis an·am·ne·sis ˌanəmˈnēsis/ noun recollection, in particular. the remembering of things from a supposed previous existence (often used with reference to Platonic philosophy). Do you often recall vague instances of energy?  Energy levels are at the highest they’ve been in recollection.  Finding yourself takes time and with the RIGHT STEPS, it’ll be a journey worth traveling. 2014 It was fate or synchronization.  I fell … Continue reading An·am·ne·sis