Category Archives: history

Is This Star the Centre of the Milky Way?

Alcyone (28° Taurus 52′) I came across a post on Facebook this morning which purports to be a message from the shamans of the Andes. This is a message from Andean shamans about the energy of change that will bring … Continue reading

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Treachery: A Whole Lot of Faking Going On

Surrender of Quebec (July 20, 1629) Oh dear. This is the moment when a permanent stain was placed on Étienne (Stephen) Brûlé’s memory. As a background movement, he may have been instrumental in the Kirkes’ capture of Quebec, but history … Continue reading

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Here’s How Much the Past Impinges on My Present Life

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Midland, Ontario . . . . . . . All for this…

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Here’s the Prototype White Man ‘Gone Native’:

Étienne Brûlé (March 15, 1592 – June 30, 1633) OK. This post is going to be mostly speculative. Even Étienne Brûlé‘s birth and death details are sketchy, but as I’ve learned during this process of research into the past, there … Continue reading

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When a Future Self Channels Through Its Present Incarnation

Bashar: Blueprint for Change (1990) My daughter, Rosanna, sent me the link to this book’s pdf version (here). It’s not often that one of my children gets to do this. But I so appreciate her ‘intervention’. This one is an … Continue reading

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We are One with All Creation

My Octopus Teacher (2020) As a documentary, this little film is perfect. From our usual limited perspective (meaning, on dry land), we presume to be the Masters of the Universe. But, underwater, we are just observers, normally. Welcome to a … Continue reading

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Who is the Real Doctor Zhivago?

Boris Pasternak (February 10, 1890 – May 30, 1960) I watched this BBC program some time in 2018. It inspired me to read “Doctor Zhivago” all over again. It helped me to appreciate the man who wrote the book. Most … Continue reading

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Why Does It Take So Long for the Penny to Drop?

Communion When I first read Whitley Strieber’s book (“Communion”) in 1987, I didn’t pick up the huge hint that Anne Strieber had implanted into the title. In fact, it wasn’t until this morning that the penny finally dropped. What was … Continue reading

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How Did George Gurdjieff Know, All Those Years Ago?

A Meeting With a Remarkable Man It seems the most unlikely of links: Whitley Strieber follows the ‘sensing’ exercise as suggested by George Gurdjieff. This brought the light of his soul to the attention of the ‘visitors’. Creating this type … Continue reading

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The Problem with Time Travel: We Know Where, But Not When

Time Passages I’m not being glib, here: these things happen all the time, it seems. You travel along a road in the country, one that may have even been familiar to you at some time in the past, and suddenly, … Continue reading

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