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"ART is a word which summarizes THE QUALITY OF COMMUNICATION"

~ from "ART" by L. Ron Hubbard

Brief Bio
I began....and voila', here I am, still workin' on it....

Kent S. Davis's Groups

Kent S. Davis's Friends

  • Anastasija Liadova
  • Zoltan Mogyorosi
  • Chloe Louise Baker
  • artvision
  • Erik Kucera
  • Carole Eddington
  • Jason J. Willis
  • Dr. Ram Mehta
  • Tom Hall
  • jan grosvenor hadlow
  • Christopher Stewart
  • Francis Don Daniels (Donny)
  • ramya
  • Zoltan Mogyorosi


For a brief moment I was my true power

Slowly I looked down, and there hovering before me,
like a snowflake, a galaxy roared with a tiny sound

I breathed a sigh, and the galaxy floated,
just floated away

Then I turned, and through a gentle storm,
I floated away


~ So Strange

And so incredibly perverse

That now as then
do we peer up

From our castles
in the sand

And with certainty
now know....

The Rabbit Hole is real




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Kent S. Davis's Written Works

GCR/RV, Iraqi Dinar, VietNam Dong, Etc - Update - (Finance A Renaissance) (Hopefully)

{{Below is my personal >>>OPINION< based on research:}}

Still waiting for certain Earth stability before release. VAST post-WW2 Earth cleanup ongoing - much of it "truth stranger than fiction" type stuff.

GCR/RV (***Global*** Currency Reset/Currency Revalue).

Currencies of Earth to have new honest values. Some will go from current LOW, to higher value (Dinar & Dong should do *WELL*).


Per "Jester"(see below…


Posted on March 3, 2015 at 12:42am — 4 Comments

The Silver Ball

Spherical and shining, in the central park one cool late

evening, it appeared near tall trees swaying in the breeze.

A week or so later, he tapped the glistening surface and asked

out loud, "What IS this?"

A thin and slightly bearded fellow nearby said, "That is

the  exterior surface of the universe, silly!" and then he

ambled away into the night.


Posted on January 24, 2015 at 12:00am

Comment Wall (10 comments)

At 11:45am on April 1, 2011, Christopher Stewart said…
hey Kent !

Can't the past ever go away ?
Perhaps it doesn't have to stay
Perhaps there is a better way
Than to its tempting lure fall prey

Indeed life is quite a journey
Hardships, burdens, and come what may
Why carry those of yesterday ?
When the future is on its way

Promises of a brand new day
From gloominess do shy away
Forgive oneself, hurting allay
And allow guilt its holiday

Listen to the musicians play
They sing the song of the blue jay
Let the sun outshine the clouds grey
Trust only joy to show the way

hope you have an inspired & fulfilling weekend ! :o)

« Without culture, and the relative freedom it implies, society, even when perfect, is but a jungle. This is why any authentic creation is a gift to the future. » — Albert Camus

At 2:54am on February 4, 2012, jan grosvenor hadlow said…

Its all a game anyway, and we are the needed... to keep and promote that which isnt.

At 11:44am on October 10, 2013, Anastasija Liadova said…

Hello, Kent. Its Anastasija

If you check my posts you can find poems in English too, just search for the tags English.

This song is only in Russian at the moment, but u can try google translator russian-english to see what i meant, its so  strange, because the name of this song is ART:)

Regards, Anastasija

At 12:04am on October 12, 2013, Kent S. Davis said…


Hey great.

I need to try out the translator.

Many languages on Earth.


 - Kent

At 10:48pm on October 20, 2014, Robert W. Anton said…

Hi, Kent, I saw this late, so I'll get back to you. Damn aliens stopped at In and Out while bringing me back. They look at a-holes all day, then want burgers. Then again, so do proctologists. Never mind.


At 2:56pm on October 21, 2014, Robert W. Anton said…

Kent, Thanks for kind words, but I already owe you an apology. The reason is because I'm unable to tell, from your page, exactly what was written by you, and which are "posted" posts by other people. I assume the poems at the tops are yours? What would be really cool, if possible, would be to use a different color for your original stuff, and another color for what others have said about whatever. If separate colors are not possible, then bolding and italicization might also work. I really want to be able to distinguish, at a glance, what is your stuff and what is stuff you liked that others said. Let me know if this makes any sense, and thanks again.


At 3:16pm on October 21, 2014, Robert W. Anton said…

And one more thing, while I'm at it. See what you started. Not to worry, when I'm done with this, I'm done. I've written to George Alger twice with no response, including his personal website. Why? Because other than you, and one other who showed no interest in me whatsoever, but only in their own work, I've yet to hear from or make contact with, another single living, breathing person. It's as if I stumbled into this eerie, almost surrealistic ghost town, where others have come and gone, but where only their past spirits remain. After joining three groups, I was dismayed to discover dozens of broken and dead links to nonexistent websites, others who hadn't posted in years, and still others who seem utterly oblivious. This is such a great site, so well done and full of promise, and maybe it's just me being grumpy, but I'm starting to sour on the place, which is really a shame, given its potential. Perhaps it's the lack of moderators, who might keep watch on what's current, what's outdated, and act as go-betweens when necessary -- helping out bitchy provocateurs like me, for instance :-) So I owe you yet another apology, which is dumping my negativity stuff on you instead of elsewhere. I tried elsewhere and they didn't want to hear it, either :-) Anyway, thanks for listening, and get back to me with a siren, or horn, or firecracker -- anything to let me know that the tumbleweed which just rolled by, isn't the only resident in town :-)


At 10:13pm on October 22, 2014, Robert W. Anton said…

Just to set the record straight, I've heard from George twice and he sounds like a sweet guy, which I figure all along. I guess that tumbleweed was indeed, one of the only residents in town. Where's the saloon around this place? I need a sarsparilla fast.


At 7:45pm on October 24, 2014, Robert W. Anton said…

Kent, Kent, Kent, (those are the echoes resounding off  the empty buildings around here, where I expect a couple of zombies to come staggering out of a doorway or alley. I'm with you on the dancing girls (or guys because we are, after all, artistas :-) and some of that piano music you hear in westerns (I forget the name). Yeah, lets us (or just me) see what's exclusively you, and what isn't! Yes, I've published six eNovels on Amazon. You can see them on the first page of my website: Short stories are great, and I'm an excellent reviewer and critique monster. If you will put one of your shorter stories on the site here, and let me know, I will give you a professional review for $1000.00. Ha, gotcha. Nope, my compliments, always. I did all my own eBook formatting from Microsoft Word (which is what Amazon requires), but we need to see an example of what you have, first. Let me know, I'll give it to you straight. Seriously. Be well.


At 1:46pm on October 28, 2014, Robert W. Anton said…

Kent, I apologize for not scrutinizing your work more closely before. You have an impressive, pretty much overwhelming compendium of work, given the sheer volume of essays, articles, and original works under your anti-gravity belt. You have both my congratulations and sympathies regarding the manner in which you decide to cope with it all. Don't know about LULU. Know something about Amazon. All my stuff is Amazonian, which was difficult enough. eBooks are a natch for what you have, especially in terms of the anthologies you might assemble. But regardless, and not knowing your age, the amount of work facing you is staggering. But if you love the business enough, yourself enough, and think the universe would be all the better for your efforts, you have both my condolences and moral support. I am also willing to answer specific questions. Depending on how many "volumes" you might wish to produce, your first decision is going both eBooks and physically printed books, or doing just one or the other. Always go eBook at first. Fast and cheap. Plus the conversion process to an actual book is much easier if it's from eBook to regular book. Have you considered joining I'm a member and it's probably the single best resource for writers on the web. Once again, the aggregate quantity of your accumulated body of work is somewhat problematic. It should be immediately collated, if you haven't done so already, according to theme and format, but not so much in terms of length. All poems together, all original prose together, all articles and essays together. And then you get to "start" figuring out how much of each, or how little, will fit into separate books. Illustrations and other artworks? Photos? Get back to me this time next year when you're ready to do some serious publishing. And even then, your stuff, like that for the rest of us, needs a lot of editing. Still want to move forward? Bless you, my son. Let me know what you decide.


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