True Crime, The Evils of Man and Imagination

The past roars back.

There are 8 phases of the moon. The waxing crescent Moon on June 12, 1994, was in its first phase.

On this date, the visibility of our Moon would have been at 10%. It’s why many astrologers say to wait until the second or third day to launch or start something new.

But on this night, there came a hunter.

The evils of man lead us to a story out of Arizona, via Jezebel

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld an abortion ban passed in 1864 when Arizona was still a territory, not a state.Arizonans have been living under a 15-week ban since December 2022, but this new rulingprohibits abortions at any gestation unless done to save the life of the pregnant person. Abortion providers could face up to five years in prison for violating the law, which could limit the number of people willing to perform an emergency abortion.

Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” is barely fiction anymore. I relate to her process, with a thriller reading included.

Imagination can bring us closer to the future.

What the lack of imagination can cause, we’ve lived. From The National Military Intelligence Foundation’s article on the failings of 9/11 is entitled: “A FAILURE OF IMAGINATION IN THE U.S. INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.”

“In its postmortem of the World Trade Center attacks, the 9/11 Commission Report charged the U.S. Intelligence Community (USIC) with failure of imagination…”

True Crime, The Evils of Man and Imagination