Cahlen

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I've been playing an online game called SteemNova for awhile now in an Alliance called The Sovereign which roleplays the Non-Aggression Principle.

One of the benefits of the game is that you can earn the Steem cryptocurrency by being a member of the top 8 Alliances. The Sovereign is currently ranked #9 and looking to onboard some new players and help them to grow into powerful shining beacons of peace and liberty in the universe.

You'll need a Steem account to play. If you don't have one already, you can get in touch with me ([email protected]) and I'll create one for you, or if you're willing to wait a few days you can signup here:
https://signup.steemit.com

Once you have a Steem account, you can create your SteemNova account here:
https://steemnova.intinte.org

Send me a message in game or submit an application to The Sovereign to get into the alliance. The only rule is to do no harm except in defense of yourself or your fellow Sovereign. I will help you grow your empire, and send you a Battle Fortress (the strongest ship) after you've been active for 2 weeks.

See you in-game!

Cahlen

Lately I've been fascinated with the subject of Common Law, and have learned a lot in just a few days of research. In this video I share a bit about what I've found so far.

Did you know that the name in all capital letters on your ID and other documents is actually a fictional entity separate from you that your parents created and gave to the government (a corporation) when you were born? Did you know that you have the right to travel in your motor vehicle without a license, registration or insurance as long as you're not engaged in commerce?

Learn about these things and more in this episode of The Wizard Report. Keep in kind that I am wrong about at least one thing I say in this video, so do your own research and take responsibility your decisions.

Cahlen

P.S. If you'd like to start looking into this on your own, here is a good place to start:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iOQH_Et11U

I recently gave my motorized bicycle to my good friend Jeremiah the Nomad Man, and picked up a Rad Rover electric bike (eBike) as my secondary vehicle.

Come along as I use the bike to haul a large heavy object 8 miles back from town, while still having over 3/5ths charge in the battery after 16 miles round trip. This was up and down steep hills so it's pretty impressive in my book...

I hope to convert this bike and trailer into my primary transport for cross country nomadic traveling. No licensing, registration, insurance or expensive maintenance, and it's powered by the sun... Yes!

Cahlen

P.S. You can buy the bike at https://www.radpowerbikes.com or in their Seattle store.

In this episode I visit Mount St. Helens in Washington state with my traveling buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man (http://thenomadman.com).

This volcano last erupted in 1980 and was the biggest eruption the United States has seen, at least as far back as we've been tracking that. I was born only a few miles away 18 months later, so it was always something people were talking about. I'm glad I finally got to finally visit it for myself!

This is the last stop before reaching the Seattle area where I'll be staying for awhile. In the next video I'll explain why I'm here and my plans for the future.

Cahlen

On this episode I visit Crater Lake in Oregon with my traveling buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man (http://thenomadman.com) on the way back home to Washington.

This lake is the crater of a volcano that erupted 7700 years ago. It's nearly 2000 feet deep making it the deepest lake in the United States. Definitely an amazing view, though car camping isn't really an option in the park itself. Luckily there were plenty of places in the nearby National Forest.

In the next video we'll be visiting Mount St. Helens in Washington which erupted 2 years before and near where I was born. I'm looking forward to it!

Cahlen

It's been awhile since the last update of my journey back home to Washington state with my buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man (http://thenomadman.com).

Here's a quick video update on some of our adventures since you last heard from us, which includes an earful of baby tics, the 4Runner saving the day after a tow truck broke itself trying to pull Jeremiah's van from a sand pit, and 3 bears circling our camp as we huddled around a campfire near Yosemite.

Next video will be our visit to Crater Lake in Oregon. See you then!

Cahlen

My 4Runner has been giving me some trouble and the Fuel Pump is the likely culprit. Luckily I'm traveling with a former mechanic, Jeremiah the Nomad Man (http://thenomadman.com).

Watch as we dive into the belly of the beast!

Cahlen

Today on my long journey back home to Washington I visited the Grand Canyon for the first time with my traveling buddy, Jeremiah.

In the next video we'll be attempting to repair my truck in the middle of nowhere. Should be fun!

Cahlen

Check out Jeremiah's blog:
http://thenomadman.com

Today I begin a long journey back to my home state of Washington to tie up some loose ends. I'm joined by my traveling buddy Jeremiah also known as The Nomad Man (http://thenomadman.com).

I'll be making videos along the way, so be sure to check in for updates!

Cahlen

On this episode of Speak Freely TV Karla Margeson discusses her experience with Lyme Disease, the failure of the medical system to diagnosis it for a decade and how she finally overcame it.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT CAHLEN:
Website: http://cahlen.io
Email: [email protected]

I've recently updated my method for making my morning Ketogenic Hot Chocolate to no longer require electricity for heating the water and powering the mixer. Using a Toaks Rocket Stove I am able to heat the water using small sticks and twigs I find lying around, and I stir the drink using a stainless steel shake mixer.

With this setup I am able to fit everything in my backpack with enough to last 2 weeks in the wilderness.

TOOLS:
Toaks Rocket Stove: http://campstove.cahlen.link
Toaks Cooking Pot: http://camppot.cahlen.link
Bulletproof Thermos: http://bpthermos.cahlen.link
Klean Kanteen Bottle: http://kkbottle.cahlen.link
Klean Kanteen Container: http://kkinsulated.cahlen.link
Shake Mixer: http://shakemixer.cahlen.link

FOOD ITEMS:
Ancient Organics Ghee: http://ghee.cahlen.link
Bulletproof XCT Oil: http://xctoil.cahlen.link
Cocoa Mojo: http://cocoamojo.cahlen.link

LEARN MORE ABOUT CAHLEN:
Website: http://cahlen.io
Email: [email protected]

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Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is a measure of how the speed at which your heart is beating changes over a short period of time. High HRV is correlated with low stress and calm centered presence. In this video I demonstrate how I use a Bluetooth sensor to track my HRV and the practices that I use to optimize it.

LEARN MORE ABOUT HRV:
Inner Balance Sensor: http://innerbalance.cahlen.link
Podcast on HRV: http://hrvpodcast.cahlen.link

LEARN MORE ABOUT CAHLEN:
Website: http://cahlen.io
Email: [email protected]

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While living nomadically out in the wilderness I use a Smartphone for everything I'd normally do on a computer, including hardware intensive things like Video and Image Editing. In this video I show some of the hardware and apps that make this possible.

HARDWARE:
Pixel 2 XL: http://pixel2xl.cahlen.link
iClever Keyboard: http://icleverkeyboard.cahlen.link
Logitech Mouse: http://logitechmouse.cahlen.link
Phone Holder & Light: http://phoneholder.cahlen.link
Defender Pad: http://defenderpad.cahlen.link
Anker Solar Panel: http://solarusb.cahlen.link
Anker USB Batter: http://batteryusb.cahlen.link

SOFTWARE:
Video Editor: http://kinemaster.cahlen.link
Video Screenshots: http://slowplayer.cahlen.link
Image Editor: http://multilayer.cahlen.link
Image Text Editor: http://pixellab.cahlen.link
Open Source Camera: http://opencamera.cahlen.link

MORE ABOUT ME:
http://cahlen.io

CONTACT ME:
[email protected]

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On this episode of Speak Freely TV Rich and Cahlen discuss the topics of Prepper Transportation, Going Barefoot and the Limiting of Individual Rights via Government.

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Email: [email protected]

LEARN MORE ABOUT CAHLEN:
Website: http://cahlen.io
Email: [email protected]

On this episode of Speak Freely TV Rich and Cahlen discuss the topics of Minimalism, Nomadic Lifestyles and Permaculture Farming.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT RICH:
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Email: [email protected]

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I've recently managed to transition to using my smartphone as my primary computer. I haven't touched my laptop in over a month because I've figured out how to do everything I need on my Android phone, including video editing and managing web servers.

As a nomad, I'm always looking for ways to reduce the amount of things I take with me, and also to minimize the bulk and weight of any items I do travel with. Transitioning to 100% smartphone for my computing needs takes me a big step towards my goal of being able to live completely out of a backpack on foot.

So let's talk about the components of my setup.

First of course is the smartphone itself. I use the Pixel 2 XL (http://pixel2xl.cahlen.link). It's a higher end Android device which is necessary for the amount of video and photo editing I do. It's also got a 4k camera which is well beyond my current needs.

The next component is the keyboard. I use the iClever Bluetooth Keyboard (http://icleverkeyboard.cahlen.link) because it folds up super compact and is rechargeable via USB. This is really what makes this setup viable, because relying on the onscreen virtual keyboard for everything is too aggregating to be worth it. Being able to type like normal feels way more natural and frees up screen space usually taken up by the virtual keys.

I also use a Logitech Bluetooth Mouse (http://logitechmouse.cahlen.link). It's not really critical for this setup, but it does prevent me from needing to lift my arm up to the reach the screen anytime I want to navigate somewhere, and it is way more precise when it comes to things like photo editing.

The phone, keyboard and mouse are really all I need to make this work, but it's also nice to have some sort of mount for the phone so it's placed directly in front of my face. I use a clip on mount (http://phoneholder.cahlen.link) with an adjustable neck, which allows me to turn my yurt, truck or even the shade of a tree in my office. It also has a USB powered light to illuminate my..

Learn more about how Jake Steiner completely fixed his Myopia:
http://endmyopia.org

Here's an excellent podcast episode where Jake explains the basics:
http://www.danielvitalis.com/rewild-yourself-podcast/building-better-vision-jake-steiner-96

Where I bought my glasses without a doctor's permission (GASP):
https://www.zennioptical.com/

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http://about.speakfreely.tv

See more Speak Freely TV content:
http://speakfreely.tv

Check out more of Cahlen's content:
http://cahlen.io

Get in contact with Cahlen:
[email protected]

Welcome to the first episode of Speak Freely TV! To learn more about this public platform visit:
http://about.speakfreely.tv

This is a conversation between @cahlen and @nadinemenezes which explores some experiences and revelations Nadine has had recently in regards to Jesus.

Here are some of the images Nadine refers to in the conversation:
https://uploads4.wikiart.org/images/titian/pentecost.jpg
https://uploads7.wikiart.org/images/el-greco/pentecost.jpg!Large.jpg

To learn more about Nadine:
https://www.nadinemenezes.com
https://steemit.com/@nadinemenezes
https://facebook.com/innerspaciousness

To learn more about Cahlen:
http://cahlen.io
[email protected]

Hello friends!

I've been missing my Yurt a lot lately and have been pondering how to construct one which fits easily into a truck and is inexpensive to build.

It suddenly occurred to me that PVP Pipe would make an awesome frame, and a single layer of Aluminum Bubble Insulation could keep heat in or out and serve as the wind and rain protection at the same time.

Cahlen

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Website: http://cahlen.io
Contact: [email protected]

Hello friends!

This video is an update on the large life decision I had to make recently and an introduction to the new video podcast series I'm starting called SpeakFreelyTV.

Cahlen

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Website: http://cahlen.io
Contact: [email protected]

To see more videos in the Modern Day Wizards series:
http://moderndaywizards.com

To learn more about Gaia-Sophia as presented by John Lash:
http://metahistory.org
https://gaiaspora.org

To watch Radagast's other videos and participate in his Monday evening Live Streams:
https://m.youtube.com/user/Modwiz125

To check out what Cahlen is up to lately:
http://cahlen.io

Today on The Wizard Life I will be sharing how I make Hot Chocolate containing 1500 calories of fat for breakfast every morning while living nomadically in my truck.

You may be asking yourself why in the world am I drinking 1500 calories of fat for breakfast. Well, there are several reasons:

**Triggers Ketosis**
Drinking fat puts me into Ketosis, which is a state in which my body is burning Ketones instead of Glucose for energy. Ketones come from fat, while Glucose comes from carbohydrates and sugars.

There are many benefits to Ketosis, which you can learn about here (http://ketosis.thewizard.link), but its primary importance to me is that it provides a huge amount of stable energy that lasts for hours.

**Supports Intermittent Fasting**
Intermittent Fasting is a type of fasting in which you only eat food within an 8-hour window and fast the rest of the day. There are numerous benefits to and variants of Intermittent Fasting which you can learn about here (http://intermittentfasting.thewizard....).

**Space Efficient Calories**
While living in my truck I have to constantly be thinking about how to minimize the amount of space I'm using. Food tends to be fairly bulky, especially if I'm trying to stay out in the wilderness for as long as possible before requiring a trip to town.

A tablespoon of fat contain around 125 calories, which is extremely space efficient.

**Non-Perishable**

I'm using Ghee and Caprylic Acid as my fats. Both are extremely stable with shelf lives lasting into the years when properly stored.

You can learn about the benefits of Grass-Fed Butter here:
http://grassfedbutter.thewizard.link/

You can learn about the benefits of Caprylic Acid here:
http://caprylicacidbenefits.thewizard...

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Today on The Wizard Life I'll be showing you how I slow cook a meal of grassfed meat, organics vegetables, ghee and spices using solar power.

For the sake of simplicity and personal economics I usually have white rice and vegetables for dinner, but every once awhile when I drive through a big town I decide to treat myself to a real hearty meal.

I use a 12-Volt Slow Cooker powered by my single 100W solar panel and 100ah battery. It also runs great plugged directly into the truck's cigarette lighter while on a long drive. Always nice to arrive home to a healthy meal that's hot and ready to eat, eh?

Here are the tools I use to cook this meal:

12v Slow Cooker:
http://12vSlowCooker.thewizard.link

100W Solar Panel:
http://100wSolarPanel.thewizard.link

12v Battery:
http://12vBattery100ah.thewizard.link

* Some links are affiliate and help to fund my minimalistic lifestyle.

While exploring the rocky hills behind my campsite at Indian Bread Rocks in Arizona I spotted in the distance what looked to be an entrance to a cave!

I managed to make it to the entrance and discovered it was just big enough for a single person to be able to gain shelter from the sun, wind and rain. I'm guessing this area was populated in the early days of the United States, and would have served as a highly defendable location.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out this episode of The Wizard Live! To see more videos and articles in the series head on over to http://thewizard.life

See ya next time!
Cahlen

Tonight is a very special moon!

First, it is a Blue Moon which means it's the second Full Moon in the same month, a very rare occurrence.

Second, the moon is at the closest it gets to Earth, meaning it looks bigger than usual. This is called a Super Moon!

And third, right before the moon sets there will a Blood Moon which is an eclipse where the light from the sun passes through the Earth's atmosphere filtering out the blue light leaving only red.

Quite the combination wouldn't you say? I'm told we won't experience this again in it lifetimes.

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