Cate Montana is who I am


Finding Freedom


Ever felt the world is not what it seems?

Like something other is pulling strings you can’t quite see?


Buckle your seat belt. The matrix of illusion separating you (and the rest of humanity) from love and connection is about to go bye-bye …


Next stop? The New Heaven and the New Earth that only we can create … together … once we know Who We Really Are and what has been standing in our way.

Unearthing Venus

Finding the Feminine

A deep journey of discovery into the nature of the Divine Feminine by a modern woman raised to think and operate like a man in a man’s world.

Finding Your Self

Breaking the ego spell is not about killing the ego, it’s about understanding it and learning to expand it to include everything.

Finding Love

A spiritual tale of deathless love, magic and sexual healing, Apollo & Me explodes the myths around sex and spirituality and the very nature of reality itself.


Cate will  knock your socks off. She has an uncommon ability to connect with her audiences on both emotional and intellectual levels, and that hugely helps people have the “aha” necessary to make real changes.

- John Tintera, marketing Mgr. Hay House publishing

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The Dream Team

The Dream Team

Confession: I recently watched an excellent interview Tucker Carlson conducted with Bret Weinstein, an ex-evolutionary biology professor-turned podcaster who is no longer employed by The Evergreen State College in my old stomping grounds of Olympia, Washington. Why...

2024’s most dangerous word: TRUST

2024’s most dangerous word: TRUST

The word "trust" is believed to derive from the Old Norse word "traust," meaning "help, confidence, protection, support." But there are questions about that. The most reliable origin is the proto-Indo-European world "deru" — to be "firm, steadfast, hard, solid." By...

METAPHYSICS, ORIGINS, AND AI: Turtles All the Way Down

METAPHYSICS, ORIGINS, AND AI: Turtles All the Way Down

Nobody is sure where the expression "Turtles all the way down" comes from, but it alludes to the mythic idea of the World Turtle supporting the flat earth on its back, evolving slowly through time and space. It's also a reference to the recursive principle of infinite...