Monthly Archives: January 2022

Is This the Real Thing, or Just a Fantasy, Too?

Dorothy Eady (Omm Sety) (January 16, 1904 – April 21, 1981) My friend, Ian, sent me the link to the History Channel’s page about Dorothy Eady, last night. I’d heard of her before, but actually didn’t pay her any attention, … Continue reading

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Mr. and Mrs. Sitting in a Tree, Trying to Keep Warm

Northern Cardinals . It’s 20 below freezing (Celsius) out there, even in the winter sunshine.

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I Could Have Sworn I’d Written about This Years Ago

David Bowie (January 8, 1947 – January 10, 2016) Is this one of my prime examples of the Mandela Effect? I even remember discussing the fact that David Bowie‘s birth time of 9:00 am should actually be 11:50 pm, as … Continue reading

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Blame It on the Full Moon: Dream Image

Starlight Meter Sometimes (most times), when a message is being transmitted through a dream, the idea is disguised in several ways, in order to bypass the ego’s censoring (sensoring?) methods. In last night’s dream, I got hold of a light … Continue reading

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Checking Out the Mountain Ash Berries

Cedar Waxwing

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The Man who Tilted at Literary Windmills

Miguel de Cervantes (September 20, 1547 OS – April 22, 1616 NS) On this day in 1605, Miguel de Cervantes’ novel Don Quixote is first published. It’s hard to believe it was so long ago. Cervantes claimed to have written … Continue reading

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Was Jesus an Initiate into the Dionysian Mysteries?

Lord of the Dance I’ve hinted about this idea, before, on these pages. The idea just won’t go away. The Son of Man, on the other hand, feasts and drinks, and you say, ‘He’s a glutton and a drunkard, and … Continue reading

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Was that My Funeral Pyre in 340 BCE Greece?

And was I an Initiate into Dionysian Mysteries? I should not have anything to do with the discovery of the Derveni papyrus, should I? And, yet, just for fun, I compared my birth chart with the ‘event’ chart from this … Continue reading

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Yesterday in History II

Derveni Papyrus Found (January 15, 1962) It’s all Greek to me… The Derveni papyrus, Europe’s oldest surviving manuscript dating from 340 BCE, is found in Greece. “The main part of the text is a commentary on a hexameter poem ascribed … Continue reading

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Opinion: The Pot is Calling the Kettle Black

False Flag Operations OK. I’ve written about this before, but recent news suggests that the Russians are going to create a situation in Ukraine by attacking their sympathizers there in a ‘false flag’ operation. This is not new. The term … Continue reading

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