Kudos for HHD Projects

Over the years, various individuals have been extraordinarily kind to us in expressing their appreciation for what we do here at HARMONHOUSETM Designs. Some years ago, we were keeping an annomyous collection of such comments we called at the time, (Mostly) Kudos for The New Paradigm. The New Paradigm was a digital publication current between December 1997 and November 2001. Selections from that "(Mostly) Kudos" collection are included below, in addition to more recent comments addressing projects we have undertaken since that time.

As before, this file will continue to grow (we hope!) with the most recent additions at the top. Readers who would like to add comments to this file, please indicate whether you would like to do so anonymously, or have your name and / or e-mail address identified with your commentary. Thank you all for your interest, time, and attention.


Date: 12/09/2007 09:18

Hi Harmon,

I am enjoying re-reading your amazing book. Thanks for writing it. It is a very important document and I wish the whole human race could read it now.

Love and Peace

Date: 04/03/2007 06:43

Dear Harmon,

Philip here. I continue to receive your mailings and follow your multi-level, brilliant mind through the labyrinth of thoughts that flow unendingly out of your being. If only you could be the next and quadruple-termed president, America and the world would become, at the very least, a nicer and definitely a more intelligent place to live. And you can quote me! How are you? An open ended question....

All the best with a hug in thought,

Date: 12/15/2006 06:29

Dear Harmon,

I want to express my appreciation for your Web work during the past years and months. I have found working with you in developing ecorealty.us, and related Websites, to be a very productive collaborative process. Your extraordinary attention to detail is greatly appreciated in this day and age of rush jobs where attention to detail is often sacrificed to getting the job out the door first. We live in a careless world in which the pains you routinely take with your work should be the norm, but is instead very hard to find. Additionally, you have been extremely responsive and timely in meeting sometimes tight deadlines. Thank you for a job well done.

Lorenzo Bello, Qualifying Broker

Date: 06/08/2006 12:20

Dear Harmon, It's a pleasure to work with you on my new website. I took your advice that we should work together to create something no one's seen before. And we did! We worked together on the colors, font, photographs, layout. You threw out the ideas and we haggled back and forth until it was just right. And then I created the content and you put it into my web pages. The end product is, what other people have consistently told me, a special, exciting, vibrant website. And working together with you has been the best part.

Ellen Feingold, M.D.
Homeopathy Center of Delaware
410 Foulk Rd. Suite 202
Wilmington, DE 19803

Subject: Hello we send you love
Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 10:58:00 -0500 (09:58 MDT)

What a joyous day, you are back. I thought we had lost you. I am so happy to hear from you and very excited about your book. We sent [an e-mail] out in April and yours returned and I had no way to contact you. The other day I decided to mail you a letter and see if it came back, but now I don't have to.

We love you so much and look forward to meeting you personally one day soon. Are you still in New Mexico?

Many blessings upon you and your family,
A. and A.

Subject: subscribe
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 08:15:45 -0400 (06:15 MDT)

Dear Harmon,

Somehow I seem to have unsubscribed unintentionally. Please continue sending your letters by email.

BTW, if this note is read by you personally, let me just say that your thoughtful ruminations are among the most powerful touchstones I have had as I work to untether our lives from the taker society and realign in a 'tribal' way. Thanks for your generous sharing.


Subject: Re: "Dear Friends" 20 March 2005 Edition
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 00:59:20 -0600 (Sun, 23:59 MST)

Though I am working on the commutation lines between my "inner voice" and my, conscience, I want to tell you how much appreciate your essays and email. From those of us who read but don't react in a way you can see and my self. Thank you from the bottom of our heart. I study closely the essays and add it to the other evidence attracted to my consciousness. Please keep it coming!

Date: Friday, October 15, 2004 11:40


I certainly endorse your idea of fomenting metaconsciousness, though I can't say with complete certainty that I understand what you mean by metaconsciousness. No matter, I think I get the general idea.

As for your latest essay, I think it's admirable. Not everything in it is something I would say or could agree with, but why should it? Wayne C. Booth wrote: "To be fully human means in part to think one's own thoughts, to reach a point at which, whether one's ideas are different from or similar to other men's, they are one's own." You have obviously reached that point. I'm nothing but glad to see someone take my ideas and run with them in his own direction!

Best wishes,

[Daniel Quinn, author of Ishmael, The Story of B, and others.]

Dear Brother,

I stumbled onto your site by accident, I don't even remember how. What I have found there has been so comforting I felt I must share with you. I read first "I Love You" and progressed from there. I have been trying to distinguish much of what you were saying lately and it was very enlightening for me to see it all in context. Your work has helped me alot and my intention is to share this material with others of like mind who are open to it. Thankyou for being you, I'm grateful for the wisdom you project. Keep sharing!!

Your Sister in Love & Peace,

Harmon, I have a sense through your writings not only of a searching, eloquent, fertile mind, but also of genuine modesty and, to use that extraordinarily open-ended word, humanity. Surely, this amounts to more than a hill of beans. You undoubtedly will have distorted the "true Tao." How can one commit the formless into form? Doesn't Lao Tzu himself start out with this very question? Words being both forms and formed inhabit the same half way house we humans must live in. Words cannot be the Word, and the Word itself, the Creative Potential springing out of Unknowable Potentiality, even that Word is incapable of expressing its own source.

Many people today view language as debased. Perhaps so. There was a time, was there not, when the ancient Irish used poetic rhetoric to rouse the waves to assist them in battle. This was a different "use" of language from the proto-technical commands of the Persian emperors to the Mediterranean in their wars against the Greeks. Poesis as "making something happen", so to speak. How so? By invoking the energy at the core of things. Can we still do this? Why not? Not to influence the swells and eddies of the sea, perhaps, but to stir the metaphorical waters of the psyche. Aren't you doing your bit in this, your minor but deft contribution to the "sea change"? Please do not underestimate your impact. What may seem like just talk to you can affect others quite differently, as evidenced by some of the people who wrote back in appreciation of you. The old Talmudic injunction against precipitous speech ("A word let loose is like an arrow let fly") can also be interpreted as acknowledgement of the precision words can attain: how accurately they can "hit" a target.

You speak of some sort of psychic communication as the only real one, and seem to imply that this is, of necessity, other than communication through words and images. But do you really believe this? Are words and images to be seen as clumsy tools for the third dimensional realms, vastly inferior to the instantaneous transparency of higher dimensional "psychic" communication? Is there really such a thing as transparency? I mean, is there truly a "medium" utterly free from distortion, outside of pure potentiality? Consider water, that most transparent of earthly elements. Does it not bend sunlight – is this not then a form of distortion?

I think you are quite right in stating that we can only learn, never be taught, and that we can only communicate when some sort of psychic communication occurs. But I'd venture all of this is so precisely because we're all on separate but linked pathways. We each exist on multiple levels yet perceive temporality according to the dictates of the 3rd dimension. Whatever "sacred" contracts we individually have with life in a current incarnation will cause us to interact "paramagnetically" with some but not with others. For reasons we can only be obscurely aware of, we will be able to communicate effectively with certain people, not at all with others. This has absolutely nothing to do with culture, class, education or other forms of conditioning, though these too, of course, play their role.

Briefly, I find your thoughts on energy and economy and on peace and stillness to resonate strongly with mine and I hope to discuss this further after I have read more of what you have to say.

Let heart and mind be one,



Dear Harmon, [somebody] sent me you latest on Walk the Walk and Talk the Talk. I believe you have been achieving both no matter how hard it appears or is and I for one wish to thank you for you time and effort. It is a simple but profound belief that you can make the difference. Your heartfelt writings have both Walked the Walk and Talked the Talk and regardless of self judgement or even others judgements. To this end it is worth noting that what comes from the heart has a far greater effect than one might believe and has, does and hopefully will continue to create the new Paradigm that we know needs to be created on our planet. To this end your own contribution is very much valued by many and adds to a new heart centre within ,on and around our planet. To Talk the Talk aligns the energy to Walk the Walk and each are as important as the other for when you Talk the talk you are affecting others in profound ways and confirming that you are indeed Walking the Walk.
With great respect and in Love and Light, L. W.


I just wanted to say thank you for responding so quickly to me, and for putting me on your email list.  I also wanted to comment on the fact that you actually took the time to read (and quote) my email.  So many just have a pre-written robotically written email to say the usual thank you for signing, or thank you for your question.  Its so nice to be reminded that there are actual people on the other end of these machines (over-rated toasters) that take the time to read and respond, and not some automated confirmation letter sent to thousands. :)

Oh, and yes I can read the newsletter just fine.

Thanks again! ... and I will introduce my friends to your websight!  Im sure they will find it as interesting as I have.


Hi Harmon,

I read with great interest your assessment [vol. IV #5] of Wingmakers in Nexus [article no longer posted]. I am a friend of Kerry Knight and have tried to follow the bumpy road of this phenomenon for some time now. I must tell you that you're the first person who has made sense on this issue, and I totally agree with your assessment.

Particularily, I have become somewhat cynical of the "powers that be" that are in total control of the situation and yes, I also find "15" et al at ACIO and Labyrinth indistinguishable from the possible predator invasion forecast in the future. The mentalities are identical. Their vested interests will also prove similar, I'm afraid, and the public will not benefit from anything they may accomplish. The paradox, of course, is the rich spiritual, philosophic and scientific richness of the material being brought fourth by Neruda, and his good sense in extricating himself from another "fuehrer". I don't use this term lightly since it is an established fact that the mentalities involved here are direct descendents from Operation Paperclip in 1945. From what is currently known about this intolerable situation, I think I would rather face an alien invasion than entrust myself to these folks.

Keep up the good work!       H.

Hi Harmon,

It's always a pleasure to meet people on the web who resonate with the WingMakers' material. Thanks for your email. Your review [vol. IV #5] is excellent. Well written, incisive, and very informative. Thank you. I'd like to include it on the WingMakers' site [www.wingmakers.com/ebook/1source/index.html] with your permission if I may.

There is a CD disc that will have a variety of new materials as well as the music files, book, hi-res art images, new music, and quite a few new writings. I'll give you a heads-up when it ready to ship. I think you'll find it very interesting.

Once again, thanks for your email and excellent review.

Kind regards,

Mark [Hempel, Webmaster, www.wingmakers.com]

Subject: Re: *The New Paradigm* vol. III #12

Hey, keep it up. I'm always interested in your outlook. Unconventional, even contrarian, thinkers are what moves history forward. Your treatises are thought provoking. I don't always agree with you, but I am always reading your train of thought as it becomes available, and I have been instructed, provoked, titilated, and at times even outraged. I implore you to keep it up. I'll always be a listener to your unconventional and intriguing themes. The world needs more like you.

God Bless


Subject: Re: Government & Law

Beware! Mr. Grahn's message contains much truth, but ends in a serious scriptural error. He applies the statement, "I and my Father are One," to himself. In John 10:30, Jesus Christ makes this statement, clearly referring to himself, and to no one else. Only the Messiah can justly claim oneness with God. When we attempt to elevate ourselves to equality with God, we commit the same sin committed by Lucifer, and bring upon ourselves the same condemnation, unless we repent. We are to seek the liberty of serving God, not the license of setting ourselves up as Masters of equal to God. "As one sows, so shall he or she reap." Amen.
M. I.

Subject: seven observations

Right on Harmon.  I sent it to everyone I know.  Thanks

WOW!  What a TNP [vol. III, #4] this time.  I had no idea who started the WWW or when, or any of the particulars.  Thanks for all the insight and info on this.  How refreshing to give credit to someone for their accomplishments - while they are alive!!!  Usually they are not noticed until after they have "moved on".


Dear Harmon,

I've read a couple of your extremely well-written essays.

Your 'Knowledge' [tnp vol. I, #31] essay indicates a high appreciation of the finer points of quantum theory and you are clearly conversant with the more valid interpretations of it.

Amongst many other readings I am getting through at the moment I will continue to study your excellent material.

Many thanks,

The latest New Paradigm [vol. II, #13] is really great Harmon. I hope it is widely read.
Love, K.

Hi Harmon
Just to let you know that your newsletters are read and absorbed by us, my father and I discuss them and believe you to be very wise and insightful... Sometimes it may seem you are doing all of that and wonder where it goes so I'm letting you know it goes far and wide through the ones on your list... people are growing and taking in new ways of dealing with life as a co-operative.

Its quite a process this change in consciousness and has been happening for eons of course, I believe that our focus on linear time tends to make us hang out for the result without appreciating the journey .. the eternal "now" moment is the most powerful space to dwell.... Thankyou Harmon for being who you are.....
Love S.

Hi Harmon,

I must tell you that YOU and your wonderful writings have been a great inspiration to me and at times when I have not felt strong over the last few years.......I have taken much pleasure and found many reasons to continue what I do just from reading YOUR WORDS........ You have helped me in many ways and I Thank you for that !!!!!!!!

Dear Harmon Love & Light Right Back At You !!

The Kindest Of Regards

Dear Harmon:

I enjoyed your essay on reality and quantum theory very much [tnp vol. I, #31]. ...Your conclusion that "it all boils down to an irreducible subjective choice" in quantum theory is quite insightful and harmonizes with my own thoughts along those lines.

I look forward to reading your work when I need a philosophical lift. :>)


Hi Harmon
Many thanks for the not inconsiderable efforts you have expended in helping me begin to understand you and the things you believe in. You never cease to amaze me with your enthusiasm and optimism. If a greater proportion of the world's population thought as you do our futures would be more certain.

Best Wishes,

Dear Harmon,

It is with honor and admiration that I request to be added to the distribution list of your New Paradigm communications. Over my years of association with Fortuna, few have embodied so much with so little, and you, my friend, stand at the pinnacle of the written communication from the heart. I stand joyously in your light and clarity.

My blessing to you and yours.

Harmon, this one [vol. I #10] goes past Holycowwow, way past, I'am speechless except to applaud, thank you, W.B. PS, My speech seems to be coming back, I think you woke me up while you were knocking me out. Jesus himself couldn't have hit the nail on the head any cleaner. Harmon, there really is nothing more I can say as you've said it all, thank you, W.B.


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