Miss Secret Agent


Above all, always be capable of feeling deeply any injustice committed against anyone, anywhere in the world. This is the most beautiful quality in a revolutionary. ~ Ernesto Che Guevara
Mar 18

Above all, always be capable of feeling deeply any injustice committed against anyone, anywhere in the world. This is the most beautiful quality in a revolutionary.

~ Ernesto Che Guevara

It was a passing thought at many points in my life, even as a child, that of all the things which wane, there would be one that could never fall to the wayside, and that was youthful idealism. All of these years later, a journey that began from ambling in aimlessness would began to find its way to the pursuit of clarity, now rising in the ways of almost magical realism. To trust that one could never truly be lost in thought is to understand that the reveries of the mind can truly be actualized. And so it becomes a beautiful thing when you began to see life quietly unfold the way you have always secretly imagined it, like a passing thought so perfect you were almost afraid to dwell upon it for more than mere seconds, and yet somehow, someway, the universe pulled it from the fragments of discombobulated thoughts… and breathed into it, life.
Jun 5

It was a passing thought at many points in my life, even as a child, that of all the things which wane, there would be one that could never fall to the wayside, and that was youthful idealism. All of these years later, a journey that began from ambling in aimlessness would began to find its way to the pursuit of clarity, now rising in the ways of almost magical realism. To trust that one could never truly be lost in thought is to understand that the reveries of the mind can truly be actualized. And so it becomes a beautiful thing when you began to see life quietly unfold the way you have always secretly imagined it, like a passing thought so perfect you were almost afraid to dwell upon it for more than mere seconds, and yet somehow, someway, the universe pulled it from the fragments of discombobulated thoughts… and breathed into it, life.

“I am one of the searchers. There are, I believe, millions of us. We are not unhappy, but neither are we really content. We continue to explore life, hoping to uncover its ultimate secret. We continue to explore ourselves, hoping to understand. We like to walk along the beach, we are drawn by the ocean, taken by its power, its unceasing motion, its mystery and unspeakable beauty. We like forests and mountains, deserts and hidden rivers, and the lonely cities as well. Our sadness is as much a part of our lives as is our laughter. To share our sadness with one we love is perhaps as great a joy as we can know - unless it be to share our laughter.  We searchers are ambitious only for life itself, for everything beautiful it can provide. Most of all we love and want to be loved. We want to live in a relationship that will not impede our wandering, nor prevent our search, nor lock us in prison walls; that will take us for what little we have to give. We do not want to prove ourselves to another or compete for love. For wanderers, dreamers, and lovers, for lonely men and women who dare to ask of life everything good and beautiful. It is for those who are too gentle to live among wolves.”  ~James KavanaughPhotography still from Alfonso Cuarón’s “A Little Princess”
May 30

“I am one of the searchers. There are, I believe, millions of us. We are not unhappy, but neither are we really content. We continue to explore life, hoping to uncover its ultimate secret. We continue to explore ourselves, hoping to understand. We like to walk along the beach, we are drawn by the ocean, taken by its power, its unceasing motion, its mystery and unspeakable beauty. We like forests and mountains, deserts and hidden rivers, and the lonely cities as well. Our sadness is as much a part of our lives as is our laughter. To share our sadness with one we love is perhaps as great a joy as we can know - unless it be to share our laughter.

We searchers are ambitious only for life itself, for everything beautiful it can provide. Most of all we love and want to be loved. We want to live in a relationship that will not impede our wandering, nor prevent our search, nor lock us in prison walls; that will take us for what little we have to give. We do not want to prove ourselves to another or compete for love.

For wanderers, dreamers, and lovers, for lonely men and women who dare to ask of life everything good and beautiful. It is for those who are too gentle to live among wolves.”

~James Kavanaugh


Photography still from Alfonso Cuarón’s “A Little Princess”

This past weekend was the global protest movement March Against Monsanto, also known as Occupy Monsanto. Originally posted by one organizer on Facebook, word quickly spread online. With the power of the internet and its ability to reach a mass of people instantaneously, the event went viral gaining momentum through the course of the last few weeks, culminating on May 25th, where over 400 events and protests took place throughout 45 countries worldwide.The turnout in Los Angeles was fantastic and from what I heard, it was one of the largest March Against Monsanto gatherings. It was both an empowering and heartwarming experience to be alongside fellow Angelinos as we marched and chanted from Pershing Square to City Hall in Downtown Los Angeles.One of the most glaring observations that one speaker made was: “Where is the media?” There was a lack of news vans and reporters- the media blackout was completely not surprising. Much of the mainstream media is either backed through their umbrella companies or sponsored in advertising dollars by companies associated with Monsanto. And this is why grassroots journalism and social media is so important- it disseminates the truth where the Big Business/Mainstream Media alliance fails.Monsanto needs to be held accountable for the consequences of their products- where research as shown that GMOs lead to cancer tumors, infertility and birth defects. We demand an end to their monopoly of the world’s food through contaminated seeds and genetically modified organisms, and an end to the poisoning of the global food supply at the expense of organic, local farmers, we demand transparency in the health consequences of GMOs for the well-being of the population at large. Environmental effects of GMOs include the decline in the world’s bee population- due to the effects of chemical pesticides and herbicides, which undoubtedly drastically affects our ecosystem. I encourage you to research and learn for yourself why this is such a monumental issue.It’s also important to understand the political mechanisms that are helping Monsanto stay in power. With deep pockets and a powerful group of lobbyists, Monsanto has managed to infiltrate all aspects of the government including Congress (who recently passed the Monsanto Protection Act!) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)- the same agency assigned to ensure the safety of our foods. The people have the right to demand the transparency behind these alliances.Even beyond the labeling of GMOs, this movement showed the collective unity of the citizens of this planet to stand up and fight against corporations from monopolizing, controlling and the poisoning of the poor, the uneducated, the unaware. We demand a stop to corporations profiting without morals or accountability.Learn more @ Organic Consumers
May 29

This past weekend was the global protest movement March Against Monsanto, also known as Occupy Monsanto. Originally posted by one organizer on Facebook, word quickly spread online. With the power of the internet and its ability to reach a mass of people instantaneously, the event went viral gaining momentum through the course of the last few weeks, culminating on May 25th, where over 400 events and protests took place throughout 45 countries worldwide.

The turnout in Los Angeles was fantastic and from what I heard, it was one of the largest March Against Monsanto gatherings. It was both an empowering and heartwarming experience to be alongside fellow Angelinos as we marched and chanted from Pershing Square to City Hall in Downtown Los Angeles.

One of the most glaring observations that one speaker made was: “Where is the media?” There was a lack of news vans and reporters- the media blackout was completely not surprising. Much of the mainstream media is either backed through their umbrella companies or sponsored in advertising dollars by companies associated with Monsanto. And this is why grassroots journalism and social media is so important- it disseminates the truth where the Big Business/Mainstream Media alliance fails.

Monsanto needs to be held accountable for the consequences of their products- where research as shown that GMOs lead to cancer tumors, infertility and birth defects. We demand an end to their monopoly of the world’s food through contaminated seeds and genetically modified organisms, and an end to the poisoning of the global food supply at the expense of organic, local farmers, we demand transparency in the health consequences of GMOs for the well-being of the population at large. Environmental effects of GMOs include the decline in the world’s bee population- due to the effects of chemical pesticides and herbicides, which undoubtedly drastically affects our ecosystem. I encourage you to research and learn for yourself why this is such a monumental issue.

It’s also important to understand the political mechanisms that are helping Monsanto stay in power. With deep pockets and a powerful group of lobbyists, Monsanto has managed to infiltrate all aspects of the government including Congress (who recently passed the Monsanto Protection Act!) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)- the same agency assigned to ensure the safety of our foods. The people have the right to demand the transparency behind these alliances.

Even beyond the labeling of GMOs, this movement showed the collective unity of the citizens of this planet to stand up and fight against corporations from monopolizing, controlling and the poisoning of the poor, the uneducated, the unaware. We demand a stop to corporations profiting without morals or accountability.

Learn more @ Organic Consumers

May 27

We the People, the Power…

Protest photojournalism from the March Against Monsanto rally in Los Angeles, CA, May 25th, 2013. Photography credit: MSA

Join the global movement to stop Monsanto from poisoning the food chain with genetically modified seeds. The impacts of GMO’s are devastating to both our environment and the global economy. By wielding their market power and manipulation of Third World governments, Monsanto reaps the monetary benefits of high seed prices at the cost of local farmers who have traditionally relied on organic methods for growing crops. Organic farmers in the US have also been faced with a ruthless campaign of intimidation. Help bring awareness to Monsanto’s corruption and help STOP Big Business from profiting without morals or accountability.

The timeline traverses by a movement of days, time but an illusion- A motion of waves guided in a manner of ways.By the power of inertia and the unseen, systems line elliptical, cyclical, centeredIn my mind’s eye, destiny chosen by design- So succinct, distinctly mine.I watch as you watch your timepiece sunder Primal fireUnwithered by this witching hour of nightFallen for so long by night’s dreamFaith takes flight, drawn by ethereal light.
May 23

The timeline traverses by a movement of days, time but an illusion-

A motion of waves guided in a manner of ways.

By the power of inertia and the unseen, systems line elliptical, cyclical, centered

In my mind’s eye, destiny chosen by design-

So succinct, distinctly mine.

I watch as you watch your timepiece sunder

Primal fire

Unwithered by this witching hour of night

Fallen for so long by night’s dream

Faith takes flight, drawn by ethereal light.


A thousand dreams within me softly burn. ~ Arthur Rimbaud
May 21

A thousand dreams within me softly burn.

~ Arthur Rimbaud

As a sommelier pairs wine with food, I prefer pairing words and visuals… and here is a pairing that exemplifies subversive, revolutionary thought… Guy Fawkes for the visual and Aleister Crowley for his words…"The joy of life consists in the exercise of one’s energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experience. To stop means simply to die. The eternal mistake of mankind is to set up an attainable ideal."“I hardly ever talk- words seem such a waste, and they are none of them true. No one has yet invented a language from my point of view.”"Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness.""In the absence of willpower the most complete collection of virtues and talents is wholly worthless.""The sin which is unpardonable is knowingly and willfully to reject truth, to fear knowledge lest that knowledge pander not to thy prejudices."”Having to talk destroys the symphony of silence.””Balance every thought with its opposition. Because the marriage of them is the destruction of illusion.”
May 20

As a sommelier pairs wine with food, I prefer pairing words and visuals… and here is a pairing that exemplifies subversive, revolutionary thought… Guy Fawkes for the visual and Aleister Crowley for his words…


"The joy of life consists in the exercise of one’s energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experience. To stop means simply to die. The eternal mistake of mankind is to set up an attainable ideal."

“I hardly ever talk- words seem such a waste, and they are none of them true. No one has yet invented a language from my point of view.”

"Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness."

"In the absence of willpower the most complete collection of virtues and talents is wholly worthless."

"The sin which is unpardonable is knowingly and willfully to reject truth, to fear knowledge lest that knowledge pander not to thy prejudices."

Having to talk destroys the symphony of silence.”

Balance every thought with its opposition. Because the marriage of them is the destruction of illusion.”

Create and win…
May 20

Create and win

Three lyres. One sun in the east. The image of grace in my two eyes. One glad body. A day. The wind which moves the boats, moves them. The strident sun is walking through a field of stars. The beautiful one is singing in two halves of the sky. A child speaks. An old man nods and dreams. The people have come from their houses to sit in doorways to sniff the air.O sun. O Ra. Osiris risen. O child climbing along mother’s back, laughing. Two men in a bark boat, rowing, stop to hear your mother singing. Maat at the double season. Strident sun in heaven.Ten thousand thousand sticks of light have been raised against the demon. He is fallen. His beard has been cut. His two hands and ten fingers have been severed. His sinews are torn by the knife.Be quiet. Ra is in the wind. He speaks when the earth is silent and he alone existed until he named the names of things. River, he said, and River lived. Nile. Mountain. Beetle. Fisherman. From his tongue spring words of water. The river quakes with the sound of his voice. Air escaping from his nose.Breathe deep.Ra Rising, The Egyptian Book of the DeadDmitry Bocharov Photography
May 16

Three lyres. One sun in the east. The image of grace in my two eyes. One glad body. A day. The wind which moves the boats, moves them. The strident sun is walking through a field of stars. The beautiful one is singing in two halves of the sky. A child speaks. An old man nods and dreams. The people have come from their houses to sit in doorways to sniff the air.

O sun. O Ra. Osiris risen. O child climbing along mother’s back, laughing. Two men in a bark boat, rowing, stop to hear your mother singing. Maat at the double season. Strident sun in heaven.

Ten thousand thousand sticks of light have been raised against the demon. He is fallen. His beard has been cut. His two hands and ten fingers have been severed. His sinews are torn by the knife.

Be quiet. Ra is in the wind. He speaks when the earth is silent and he alone existed until he named the names of things. River, he said, and River lived. Nile. Mountain. Beetle. Fisherman. From his tongue spring words of water. The river quakes with the sound of his voice. Air escaping from his nose.

Breathe deep.


Ra Rising, The Egyptian Book of the Dead
Dmitry Bocharov Photography

"If time and space, as sages say, Are things which cannot be, The sun which does not feel decay No greater is than we. So why, Love, should we ever pray To live a century? The butterfly that lives a day Has lived eternity."

- T.S. Eliot

May 15
Spiraling off on thoughts…
We are in the midst of monumental changes. For the human species, our evolution is quickening on many fronts, including two of the most important platforms- biological and spiritual evolution. The Mayan Fifth World that has been prophesized since the days of the ancients is slowly dawning. The Fifth World can be seen as a higher dimensional plane of existence- one that aligns with greater accord and harmony- a new consciousness directly linked to our biological transformation. Stories have filtered into the news about children who are now born with extra strands of DNA. It has been said that the carbon-based double helix spiral will eventually transform into a crystalline-based 12-strand DNA (and possibly more). The 10-strand that scientists had previously believed to be “junk” DNA is incorrect. There is neither chaos nor “junk” within our biology. As sacred geometry illustrates, nature is infused with intricate and divinely ordered patterns, and so the same logic applies to the human form. The 10 strands of “junk” DNA have merely been dormant, awaiting activation. Ushered in by cosmic alignments, high frequency energies are steadily infusing the wake-up code embedded within all of our cellular structure. This activation has begun… and we are gradually becoming the super-humans we were meant to be.http://misssecretagent.tumblr.com/tagged/frequencies
May 13

Spiraling off on thoughts…

We are in the midst of monumental changes. For the human species, our evolution is quickening on many fronts, including two of the most important platforms- biological and spiritual evolution. The Mayan Fifth World that has been prophesized since the days of the ancients is slowly dawning. The Fifth World can be seen as a higher dimensional plane of existence- one that aligns with greater accord and harmony- a new consciousness directly linked to our biological transformation. Stories have filtered into the news about children who are now born with extra strands of DNA. It has been said that the carbon-based double helix spiral will eventually transform into a crystalline-based 12-strand DNA (and possibly more). The 10-strand that scientists had previously believed to be “junk” DNA is incorrect. There is neither chaos nor “junk” within our biology. As sacred geometry illustrates, nature is infused with intricate and divinely ordered patterns, and so the same logic applies to the human form. The 10 strands of “junk” DNA have merely been dormant, awaiting activation. Ushered in by cosmic alignments, high frequency energies are steadily infusing the wake-up code embedded within all of our cellular structure. This activation has begun… and we are gradually becoming the super-humans we were meant to be.

http://misssecretagent.tumblr.com/tagged/frequencies


Sacred Geometry of The Sun Gods

the time has arrived we acknowledge the knowledge sacred geometry of the sun godsthe breath of the universe the secret the key the formula zero point or free energy life’s blue print the patternthe flow self regulated balanced always whole the source of ancient wisdom passed down in art in code direct our love to develop innovatecreate utilizing the energy extracted from the space surrounding everythinglet us end the federal fraud the practices of fractional reserve the monopolization and suppression of ideas cures education and innovationoffer real cures to the ills plaguing the world end the oil greed gluttony mentality making zero point energy available to all stop breeding docile obedient consumers invest in innovation and job creation build up our communitiestransparency and truth to supplant the vague notions and opaque speculations Gregory Allen UhanPhotography: Zhenja Katova by Elena Kholkina for Moonsssswoon
May 10

Sacred Geometry of The Sun Gods



the time has arrived
we acknowledge the knowledge

sacred geometry of the sun gods
the breath of the universe
the secret the key the formula
zero point or free energy

life’s blue print the pattern
the flow self regulated balanced
always whole

the source of ancient wisdom passed
down in art in code

direct our love to develop innovate
create

utilizing the energy extracted from
the space surrounding everything

let us end the federal fraud
the practices of fractional reserve
the monopolization and suppression
of ideas cures education and innovation
offer real cures to the ills plaguing the world

end the oil greed gluttony mentality
making zero point energy available to all
stop breeding docile obedient consumers
invest in innovation and job creation
build up our communities

transparency and truth to supplant
the vague notions and opaque speculations

Gregory Allen Uhan


Photography: Zhenja Katova by Elena Kholkina for Moonsssswoon

A translation of Rainer Maria Rilke’s “I Love the Dark Hours” from A Book for the Hours in Prayer… an interpretation that resonates, having gone through my own Dark Night of the Soul this past year… there is an infinite amount of beauty that arises through solitude and deep introspection of one’s own life. In silence is where we find knowledge of timelessness and eternity…
"I love the dark hours of my being in which my senses drop into the deep. I have found in them, as in old letters, my private life, that is already lived through, and become wide and powerful now, like legends. Then I know that there is room in me for a second huge and timeless life."
May 7

A translation of Rainer Maria Rilke’s “I Love the Dark Hours” from A Book for the Hours in Prayer… an interpretation that resonates, having gone through my own Dark Night of the Soul this past year… there is an infinite amount of beauty that arises through solitude and deep introspection of one’s own life. In silence is where we find knowledge of timelessness and eternity…

"I love the dark hours of my being in which my senses drop into the deep. I have found in them, as in old letters, my private life, that is already lived through, and become wide and powerful now, like legends. Then I know that there is room in me for a second huge and timeless life."

By the power of the 144, one for the solitary practitioner, one for the isolationist, one for dissolution of the ego, one for unity consciousness, four for the cardinal directions, quarters of the rose in four elements: air in the east, fire in the south, water in the west, earth in the north… and fifth for ether, the all-prevailing akasha. -TT
May 7

By the power of the 144, one for the solitary practitioner, one for the isolationist, one for dissolution of the ego, one for unity consciousness, four for the cardinal directions, quarters of the rose in four elements: air in the east, fire in the south, water in the west, earth in the north… and fifth for ether, the all-prevailing akasha. -TT

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