Category Archives: paranoia

January 6th: Were They Incited by a Propaganda Movie?

Movie at the Ellipse During the “Save America March” Never underestimate the power of words when combined with ‘dog-whistle’ images. Trump’s 2017 Presidential Inauguration speech makes up the words, snap shots (worth a thousand words each) make up the images. … Continue reading

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What Should We Do About Criminous Clerks?

Why Henry II and Thomas Becket Fell Out For friends and partners-in-crime, it took an age-old problem to split them up: handing over priests and other clergy who have committed secular crimes to the justice system of the country, not … Continue reading

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What a Difference an Hour Makes!

August 2017 Partial Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius I wanted to get a good image of this lunar eclipse, so I did a Google search. Note the date. This seems to be contradictory, until you realize the photos were taken in … Continue reading

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“He Lies All the Time!”

Is This the Real Time of Donald Trump’s Birth? I decided to start this post with a joke image, because the subject of it is the biggest joke of all. Remember the hubbub about Barack Obama’s fake birth certificate? Who … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable Truth: Getting into Bed with the Devil…

The 2nd Impeachment of Donald Trump Yesterday’s proceedings in the Senate at the Capitol Building made for some very uncomfortable viewing. The videos, and police radio calls, were upsetting. It’s one thing to experience an insurrection from one’s personal point-of-view, … Continue reading

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Why Some Birthdays are More Important Than Others

I’m 71 Years Young Today Due to the planetary lineup this year, I can honestly say this birthday is one of the most important of my life (so far). I’m not in ‘perfect’ health, but I’m feeling better than I … Continue reading

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Could a 1st Century Conquest be Echoed in the 13th Century?

The Destruction of the Second Temple (August 4, 70 AD) Sometimes, I surprise even myself. No, I am not putting myself in the thick of things during Titus’ destruction of Jerusalem, but I am being shown some interesting echoes. The … Continue reading

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Paranoia: Were Saul of Tarsus and Josephus Contemporaries?

The Devil’s in their Details Except for the Acts of the Apostles, and Paul’s letters in the New Testament, there would be no other ‘proof’ of his existence. Isn’t it interesting how awkward that makes it for anyone believing his … Continue reading

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What Happened When a Revolution was “Stolen”

June Rebellion (June 5-6, 1832) Paris is a hotbed of rebellion: always was; always will be. The French Republic took more than 45 years to finally settle into the permanent version we know today. This skirmish was romanticized in the … Continue reading

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Satire: The Gospels as a “Jewish War” Prequel

Caesar’s Messiah (2005) I’ve always had this nagging feeling of unease when reading the stories of Jesus in the New Testament. I wrote of it before, preferring The Gospel of Thomas to the other ‘authorized’ gospels, even John’s. That a … Continue reading

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