Black Jack Ketchum

Thomas Edward “Black Jack” Ketchum (1863-1901) Born in San Saba County, Texas on Halloween 1863, Tom Edward Ketchum, known as Black Jack, started out life as a cowboy.  Both of his parents died while Black Jack was just a child, leaving him and his siblings to fend for themselves. He and his brother Sam laterContinue reading “Black Jack Ketchum”

We Are Not Alone in our Lives

We are not alone in this world, and the more we look out into our reality the more we will see. If all of these things play a role in our reality; it begs to be asked: how do we build a relationship with all of these things, and more importantly, not mess it up?Continue reading “We Are Not Alone in our Lives”

Autumn & Ancestral Altars

Once upon a time, October 31 marked the end of the calendar year. Over the years, I have noticed that as we enter Autumn here in the Northern Hemisphere, many folks begin to feel drawn to the past, called upon by days gone by. We begin to reminisce; we start tidying up our homes andContinue reading “Autumn & Ancestral Altars”