Our Personal Links

This is our personal website. This is where you’ll find some background on me and Sylvia as well as a link to our “Music” Blog:
From the following page, you can download our free song: “Calling All Humans” and the lyrics.
You can also listen to our “Calling All Humans” song here:
You can listen to our album “Perfectionately Yours” here:
Our book: “Hospice and Grief: Paul & Sylvia’s Love across the veil” is not a “story” book. It simply provides the details of what we experienced while we were in hospice for 3-weeks. This book is now free and can be downloaded from this page:
On that page (above), you’ll also find my last 2 Macintosh-help books. They are now free to download.
Here are the “drum”-oriented t-shirts I designed:
These are the “Star Visitor” t-shirts I created:
Here are the “InterGalactic” t-shirts I designed:

Links to “some” of the research we do each night

These are in no particular order and keep in mind that “some” of the information on “some” of these sites requires a LOT of your discernment…


Gaia Portal:

Galactic Connection:

Galactic Channelings:

Above Top Secret:

David Icke:

David Wilcock:


Out Of Mind:

General Links

Better Musical-Instrument Tuning:
These websites, among MANY others, explain why musical instruments should be tuned to “A=432Hz” and not the “traditional” “A=440Hz”. (These are just the first 2 sites I found):

Neumayer Station Webcam:

  • Note: This camera is where a lot of people have “claimed” to see “Nibiru” filmed in the sky over the South Pole. There was an Archive, for previous filmings, and the Webcam’s “Player” allowed you to select a date range. Today (9/5/15), when I checked it, those other features are gone and replaced with a simple 24-hour loop of images. (Notice that the images change from “color” to “black & white” during the night. When they do, the camera’s position shifts slightly. This tells “me”, that they are using 2 different cameras for this… but why?)

Sky Map:
If you just want to quickly look at a Star, Planet, Constellation, etc., without installing a piece of software, this Browser-based program may be helpful:

This site allows you to see the current location for any Satellite they Track, including the Space Station:

SOHO Satellite Camera
This is NASA’s “Solar and Heliospheric Observatory”. This page allows you to enter a “Date Range” and then view the Sun’s activity within that TimeFrame:

This is the Navy’s Satellite camera for viewing the Sun:

This is another NASA Satellite camera for viewing the Sun:

Near Earth Object Program:
This is a NASA chart which shows “Potentially Hazardous Asteroids”.

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