Upcoming Event In Santa Barbara
Practical Advice from People on the Flipside & How to Reach and Contact Them for Help
Saturday, August 19, 2017
487 N. Turnpike Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93111
$35 in advance, $45 at the door
his website: http://www.richmartini.com
appearance on Coast to Coast with George Noory
"My experience of Richard Martini was pure enjoyment and fascination over this topic. He's a regular guy and self-professed skeptic who never had a NDE (near death experience) but because his best friend died and is on the "flipside", this led him on a journey to discover if there was life after death. He's a humorous, intelligent, lively and consummate speaker you will enjoy!" - Roxy Angel
Had a weird dream yesterday.
I've got a bad cold, and weird dreams come to me when I'm loopy from a cold.
I was visiting somewhere ancient I guess.. it almost seemed out of body. Hazy images, smoky. And I heard the words "Vanum populatum."
So when I woke up I wrote it down. Maybe I've been watching too much of the "Rome" miniseries. But then I looked up the words at a Latin translation site;
vanum means "empty, vain, false, untrustworthy.'
populatum means "ravage, devastate, lay waste; plunder, despoil, strip."
It took me awhile to decipher it;
"Strip away that which is vain." or "Lay waste to that which is false or untrustworthy."
What the f am I doing talking to myself in Latin? I don't speak Latin. So who the heck was talking to me in Latin? I'd like to know. And why so philosophical?
It sounds Buddhist to me - but coming from a Latin.. hey wait a second. Nah, Jesus spoke in aramaic, not Latin. So maybe it was a priest - I had an uncle who was a priest - but is that the kind of casual thing a Priest might say? Even to his old nephew?
I was a little shocked to say the least. But it's a cool motto:
"Devastate that which is empty, vain, false or untrustworthy."
sounds like time for a new election.