a journey of sorts…

"Rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness, give me truth." – HDT

Updates from this project and on to the next one. And a shout out to a friend.

Firstly before I start into any crazy rants, or start pushing more information your way about healthy living, mindfulness, philosophy, and the horrible elite people running the world, let me set out with a brighter note. A friend has asked me a favor so I had to oblige with this shout out.

Cameron came to me, among other bloggers putting their thoughts out their on the interwebs, to ask a favor. His wife, Heather, is a surviving woman of phenomenal strength who is making strides daily while attempting to share her story and notify others of the dangers of asbestos and mesothelioma. You can find her full story and help support this couple while they spread word and help to raise awareness that mesothelioma is still affecting many today and it can be avoided if proper actions/precautions are taken. The least I can do is help pass along their story and their info in order to help you know, and help others realize what she has been through.

Heather. You are an inspiration.

Here is her website: mesothelioma.com. You can also find her on “the ‘Book.”

Cheers Heather and Cameron. All the best from me.


In order to segway into my next phase of life and new projects, I have the new website up that I have been rambling about for some time now. It is with great happiness that I can bring this new project to you under my new brand, and an update has been made to allow you to follow all of the new updates there via email. If you have joined my adventures throughout this past year, and would like to continue, I urge you to click here to go to alexanderjohnnybeat.com and follow me.

I have enjoyed the passions, pursuits, sadness and sacrifice that have come with this blog and the adventures that helped to create it. It saddens me to lay down such a memory-filled piece of art, but there has to be a time for any artist when they lay down one work and push on towards the next. The new. I am growing and progressing. This is my next step in order to continue pressing my creative endeavors into a new and fresh existence. I hope you will continue with me and allow me to share with you. If you don’t follow the website, I would still enjoy an email from time to time as well, which you can send through my contact form.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

This is not good bye, but this will be my final and last post on ajourneyofsorts.wordpress.com. I will leave the site live in order to reference the posts and past adventures and for you to do the same. You are all amazing people for keeping in touch and giving me feedback/support throughout the past year. Be well. Peace earthlings. Live long and prosper. (Nerd quote.)


Alexander Johnny




There’s so much that I want to do.

You have your schedule set for the week. Such-and-such event this day. Work this many days of the week. You have your time you set aside for this hobby and that hobby. You make time for exercise. Time for rest. Time for sleep. Time for eating. Time for socializing. There seems to be so many things in only roughly 14 hours of the day depending on the amount of allotted sleep time you set aside for yourself.

To my friends and family who keep their schedule as complex and dynamic as I do. I have so many different interests and unique hobbies and it comes to mind a lot that perhaps I really do too much. Not that being so interested in all of these things is a negative thing. But what I am getting at is that if I am constantly spreading myself amongst a network of many different activities and devoting my time only partly to each of them, am I really doing myself a favor when I should be honing in and focusing my skills to excel quicker in one or two things?

I recently read a quote that if you are a “jack-of-all-trades” than you are simultaneously a master at nothing, since you are spread around so many different areas. Does anyone else agree with this? I am constantly kicking myself for not being able to devote as much time to each of the many different things I do because I am constantly jumping back to something else I have been putting off, and then back again and the cycle goes on and on.

Related thoughts, inspirations, similar pitfalls, stories, are genuinely appreciated. I am hoping to not feel so alone in this aspect.


P.S. While you were all doing your thing yesterday, I went ahead and made my new branding project, which I am working on and have been for some time now, public. Please visit it, and join me as I begin to transition in to a newer piece of work and begin to set down this project as it stands. I know, sad day to something like this website, which I have put so much heart, time and effort into, while traveling the states and finding myself in new cities, and in new perspectives, but the show must go on and I must continue to improve and grow. With that, my art and personal work continues to grow. Hence, the new website. Alexanderjohnnybeat.com.



-Alexander Johnny

Time flew by.

Well, it looks like it has been three weeks since my last update on receiving letters from friends. Wow.

The city here definitely does sleep, and so do I but it seems that somehow time has slipped away from me as I have put so much effort and time into apartment hunting, and then following up with a dramatic move to the new man-cave in the midst of a torrential snowfall in the dead of night. Not the choicest of times to move, but was I excited to sleep that first night in my very own, downtown bachelor pad? You bet I was. I slept on the floor while a pile of life’s essentials and items I have collected from my travels and year in Denver lay strewn next to me. Snow continued falling outside and I slept soundly. Now here I am, a couple of weeks into this new space and have begun to try and settle into a groove, but the art has been nonexistent unfortunately. I like to have my space comfortable and livable, and perhaps have a chair to sit in while working, and have since then found such items, and will be jumping back into my endeavors like a mad man.

Funny story about a chair. (I know, suspenseful opening line to a story right?) Anyways, I came about receiving a chair this very afternoon, so I consider myself very fortunate and grateful. Upon pulling up to the building, I was given the opportunity to hold the door open for a cute girl, who happened to be my neighbor across the hall, and had her hands full with groceries. I shared in small talk with her and we carried conversation into her place where she invited me to sit. We sat at her table and found many shocking similarities between us. Love that.

She graciously offered me to borrow one of her dining table chairs after hearing of my lacking situation, and now here I sit. Amazing.

I love good neighbors. 


My writing has been scarce, as I have been putting more focus into the music itself when possible, or otherwise serving tables to make that bread cash, know what I’m sayin’? Much of my freelance has been put off in the meantime as well as I try to get a more grounded footing. So here goes nothing, after this week. Let the awesomeness commence. The website was even put on hold as well. (gasp) I know.

That should be finally up shortly after redoing photos and touching up the layout a tad. I think my family is beginning to question where I have been as well, after receiving texts and calls from them wondering where I have been or if I was still breathing. This made me realize how much I really put my nose into what I am focused on. I can get caught up so easily and often forget what is going on outside of my man-made, invisible bubble. I need others to come up and just pop it sometimes. Give me a refresher.

So here’s to not sleeping, setting up foundations, and starting fresh. You can all do the same in your own unique ways, whether through trying out a new project, or just getting rid of some life clutter. Clear up some physical clutter or even that mental/spiritual blockage that keeps you from being you. I probably should get some rest though.

The blood moon is tonight. Keep your eyes to the heavens.


Alexander Johnny


Letters in reply. I love getting mail. Who doesn’t love getting a letter? Come on.

IMAG0044 copyReplying to letters. It’s such a great form of communication, though not as fast as we are used to. I still love it. Keep in touch. Is there some one you’ve been meaning to get in touch with or that would appreciate a hand-written letter. Don’t know what you would say? Why not sit down and just start writing? That’s the easiest way. You’re welcome.

-Alexander Johnny

Keshe Foundation’s public technology on the cheap for Fukushima radiation clean up.

Pass on this video of Keshe technology.

Below is quoted from Project Camelot.

URGENT INFO:  The Iranian free energy scientist who has been working in Italy with his team to reveal a form of free energy to the world is being threatened and has had his site taken down and interfered wih.  He is currently in great concern for his life and making arrangements to have his material distributed around the world on the internet in various ways to preserve this vital infromation.

LISTEN LIVE ON LIVESTREAM SUNDAY MARCH 16, 2014 AT 12 NOON PACIFIC TIME.  I will be interviewing Keshe about the threats to his life and the current status of his project.


Please support this work and send positive radiant energy to protect Keshe and his family.

Go here to listen to the detailing of the various Belgium authorities that are threatening Keshe’s life and family.  He gives names and details regarding the assassination attempts.




Thank you.

Added background information:



A recent workshop on live-stream.


The documents in different languages released this week.



IMPORTANT:  PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND GO VIRAL!!   Here is an alternate (and easier-to-deal-with) .iso file of the USB key information containing website info from Keshe that was just released…



The 2nd workshop:



The 20.3.2014 the CO2 workshop.

The Workshop of the next week on 20.3.2014 at 8 am CET ( Italy). in this session we will show the full process of how to convert gases to solid at room temperatures and pressure.

This is one of the most important workshops undertaken by the Knowledge seekers.

The material produced in this workshop is then sent to FUKUSHIMA to understand how the radiation can be extracted from the water and soil.

We expect positive results from some of the materials and some might not be effective if our process has not created the right SP2 in, on or within the layers.

Please listen and recored this presentation, as it will be very much the the most important workshop of the Foundation and Knowledge seekers.

M T Keshe



The Keshe Foundation’s Roadmap of 2014 Implementation

Today, March 10-2014

The site and the forum are going through changes, which brings more control in the hand of the knowledge seekers with direct response from the panel of the knowledge seekers to all questions rather than remote monitors just approving the posts.

The past week posts will be cleared and uploaded, we apologies for this delay.

The Keshe Foundation is entering its most crucial phase and we need to have direct input from the board of knowledge seekers on how we present and respond to the new challenges.

To see our 2014 Roadmap through we are launching the following.

1: Building of the new spaceship this year is our priority and the development of this craft has started this week goes into commercial development phase.

We are planning for the Launch and flight of the First spaceship before the end of this year.

There will be more announcements in the coming weeks.

We need scientists who can help us with the design and testing of different parts of the spaceship and we need computer programmers for the control of different systems of the craft.

We need specialists in gas, food storage and control, we also need doctors with knowledge in space technology.

We have no weightlessness condition on board of these crafts, so flights are planed from northern Italy and no training will be needed to take these flights because gravity will be created naturally by the reactors inside the crafts.

2: The Keshe Foundation will announce more about the launch of these crafts in the coming weeks in its workshops as they are planned for this and next year.

We have sent an invitation to NASA and Boeing though our contacts last week for them to come to the institute and hopefully to collaborate in developing the first spaceship.

This month we will reach more space groups around the world for their collaboration.

3: We are launching the recruitment of the second group of up to 25 new Knowledge seekers for the course to start in May 2014.

4: We have started planning for the world peace conference for governments and citizens in April or May with the presentation of new technologies of the Foundation as the platform to force world peace.

5: We start this month the program to accept 250 Knowledge seekers for September or December of 2014 in the institute.

6: We will launch the full teaching program for the production and use of the Health units in the coming weeks.

7: We will launch and teach the full program in how to make systems for the absorption of CO2 by reporting through direct lab sessions as with the Fukushima video, we will provide directly from the lab of the Keshe Foundation live or recorded sessions of making the systems and showing how they work.

All knowledge gained in these processes and flights will be released freely to the world population unconditionally and as a gift from us to humanity for a better life and creation of peaceful environment that we can all live a fruitful life in serving and entering the final stage of the opening of the doors to the Universal Community for the Human race.

M T Keshe
The Director of the Keshe Foundation


Thank you for reading – Alexander Johnny

Letters from old friends.

Received a letter from an old friend today.
I came in the door from work and on the table it laid.
Received a letter from a cherished friend today.
Dear god, how our lives have both changed.

The sincerity of the words, so eloquently written,
We’re nothing short of amazing,
To view by dim light cast from the kitchen.

Received a letter from a long lost friend today.
The black ink on the white cards,
Words displayed.
Received a letter from a lasting friend today.
So greatly missed, but the crossing of paths will not be today.


-Alexander Johnny

In a cafe.

The new site is still underway due to setbacks. This always happens when it comes to creativity and art. Gotta make, then tear down, then recreate. In the meantime, let’s have a little moment.

View this sentimental moment I had while sitting in a cafe.

Short but sweet right?
Now view it again on repeat but with this awesome track from my man Isaac Hayes playing.

I know. So classy. So simple.


-Alexander Johnny

Breckenridge, Colorado. The Beat brothers and Alexander Johnny

Hey all,

In my previous post, “Smooth Transitions” I spoke about the trip to Breckenridge. I didn’t get too much footage but what I did get, I was able to put together a little video. Hope y’all appreciate it as a simple slice of life. After watching this footage and going through the editing, it’s kind of nice to think back on the trip, even through all the hardship we went through up in those hills.

I put the song “We Are Young” by FUN. in the background. Love that piece of music.

Hope to talk with you all soon. Send me links to some of your own videos. I’d love to see them.

-Alexander Johnny

What do Eminem, Ice Cube, Korn and Anonymous all have in common? This.

I am liking this video. You may. You may not. Simple as that.

Here is the video link and article on Alternet.

Smooth transitions.

Hey readers, lovers, blogger extraordinaires. Life lessons galore. Life lessons just smackin’ a guy in the face lately.

I have been pretty nonexistent lately but not without purpose. Like I spoke of before, I am working on a new webpage for the brand and have been pouring hours into it, Leaving little time to socialize, write, sleep, (insert other necessary action of life). After having been back from the freezing midwest for a bit, my brothers and I all decided a trek to Breck would be awesome and we could get some boarding in last week. Much was learned on the trip while us brothers also bonded through troubling hardship. That hardship came in the form of losing my keys on the mountain, forcing us to go without any of our supplies for a day, until finally getting a hold of a key. Followed by going to check out the next morning from the hotel and having my car not start. Luckily the bros. caught a shuttle to catch the flight on time in Denver, while I stayed back in the mountains to handle the car situation. It was very trying and tested all of our patience. We do have quite a story now after the fact. Brotherly bonding. Haha.

So yes, the new website is underway and will be introduced soon, as I am trying to complete it before the end of the month. We’ll see. In the meantime though, I hope that all of you are taking time to reflect on the hardships that are taking place in your own life, and learning from those. Stressful yes, but there is much to be absorbed in such a time of struggle.

In the next two months I will have a lot of decisions and changes coming up with the living situation and my location. The lease I have had here in Denver will end and possibly my stay in Denver for the time being as I set sights on the next portion of the journey. This is questionable as to the timing only because I have made many excellent friends, connections, and love it out here, and the creative work that is under way is reaching a tipping point towards better horizons. It is difficult for me to just pick up and leave such an excellent foundation that my own sweat, blood and toil have gone into creating. Even if I do leave, I do not think it permanent, with the roots I have settled here in the mile-high. I do know that the following weeks will be huge in determining this outcome. For those of you who are going through similar steps of change, whether in location or even within, the choices and paths will often fall into place as you approach your forks in the road, as long as you are listening to that gut feeling, that heart inside of you. Too often it is drowned out by the sounds and commotion of those around you and their opinions. Learn to hone in on that.

I will be focusing on my own and will be certain to check in soon.

-Alexander Johnny

P.S. I chopped my hair.

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