Category Archives: history

Is This More “Proof” of Reincarnation?

Branwell Brontë (June 26, 1817 – September 24, 1848) I have not read this book yet, although I do have a digital copy on my computer. But I know, from reading about it, that Daphne du Maurier thought her husband … Continue reading

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Was There Anyone More Miserable Than This Man?

Victor Hugo (February 26, 1802 – May 22, 1885) It’s not often that an individual can know exactly when he was conceived, but Victor Hugo did, and he encoded the date into one of his most famous stories. Since Hugo’s … Continue reading

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Warning: Enochian Language of the Angels is Not Angelic

John Dee and Edward Kelley Found the Key to It It’s like living another day, to be able to tell the truth about a hard-found realization. Our concept of angels is tinged with a bit of the demonic. This is … Continue reading

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And Finally, the Runt of the Roman Litter of Emperors

Claudius (August 1, 10 BC – October 13, 54 AD) They say he suffered from a childhood illness that left him infirm (and famously portrayed with a stammer by Derek Jacobi in the “I, Claudius” TV series). It may have … Continue reading

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Are You Ready? OK, Take a Deep Breath…

Caligula (August 31, 12 AD – January 24, 41 AD) Today, in history, Caligula was assassinated. How’s that for having a timely post? As we saw in an earlier post, Caligula (real name Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) was a union … Continue reading

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Persistence Finally Pays Off in my Astrological Research

Drusus Julius Caesar (October 7, 13 BC – September 14, 23 AD) A good friend of mine spontaneously sent me a sketch that had been drawn by a women who assisted him in a past life regression. This regression took … Continue reading

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Was “Jane Eyre” the Precursor of “Rebecca”?

Charlotte Brontë (April 21, 1816 – March 31, 1855) I’m finally reading “Manderley Forever” the story of Daphne du Maurier’s life. In it, I’m beginning to get an inkling that the Brontë sisters had more of an influence on Daphne … Continue reading

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The Soldier Who Wanted to be Emperor?

Sejanus (June 3, 20 BCE – October 18, 31 AD) Yesterday, I wrote about the plot against Tiberius. This man was the ‘culprit’. His fall from the highest levels of the Roman Empire was spectacular. But was it true? The … Continue reading

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Cannon Fodder: Manipulation of the Masses?

A Nameless Line of People My wife has a saying that she probably told her children when they were growing up: “If you saw one of your friends jump off a bridge, would you do it, too?” This movement began … Continue reading

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Render Unto Caesar the Things that are Caesar’s…

Tiberius (November 16, 42 BCE – March 16, 37 AD) Interesting, isn’t it, how I’ve managed to avoid looking at Emperor Tiberius, until now? Why is that? Could it be that I ‘know’ something about him, too? Let’s take a … Continue reading

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