Is This Why FB Broke Last Wednesday?


David Wilcock’s Live Q&A about Ascension

Everything happens for a reason, so they say. This live event was announced to be happening on March 13th. It didn’t get done because FB went off-line. Strange, that.

So for those who are interested in what took place on another platform, here’s the YouTube video in its entirety:

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Public Opinion: Without Prejudice?


College Admissions Bribery Scandal

I waited a few days before adding my two cents’ worth, but this latest distraction from the United States has become a witch hunt of a different sort.

So far 50 people have been indicted in the scandal and the fallout continues to grow because the parent of a very competent applicant is now suing the colleges (and everyone else) because they were rejected. Now they know why: some parents did whatever it took to get their children admitted to those colleges.


They paid money to this man to make it happen. (He looks a little ‘shifty’ to me.)

How He Did It


This picture tells the tale. Disguising the bribe as a charity donation, the parents would then declare it on their income tax returns. That’s the real crime: not paying your taxes…

Now, just about everyone on this money chain has lost their livelihoods, even the Hallmark queen, Lori Loughlin.

And all before the facts of the case have been proven in court.

In the world of entertainment, if you are guilty in the eyes of the public, your working life is over. Just ask Jussie Smollett.

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Inspiration #17


It’s the Ides of March
And the snow is falling again.
I keep reminding myself:
This too shall pass.

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The Ides of March: History Repeats Itself?


Trump as Emperor

Sometimes, things just fall into place: today being the Ides of March, the anniversary of the day Julius Caesar as assassinated in Rome in 44 BC brought the image of Trump as Caesar to my mind.

I have to admit that I had a dream about Donald Trump last night, although the content was more about using psychological tactics to work out what his enemies were up to.

This was triggered, no doubt, by Trump’s one word tweet, yesterday: Veto!

Putin: Julius Caesar Reincarnated?


While researching images this morning, I came across this heart-stopping one of Caesar and Putin. It had never crossed my mind before, but now it all starts to make sense.

To read the Reincarnation Research into the Trump-Putin relationship, click here. According to Kevin Ryerson’s spirit guide, Ahtun Re, both Trump and Putin were Roman Emperors:

Very much to my surprise, Ahtun Re told me that both Trump and Putin were Roman Emperors. Previously, Ahtun Re had affirmed that Donald Trump is the reincarnation of the Roman Emperor Nero. This made sense to me as both Nero and Trump have been characterized as being narcissistic individuals, who used their ability to manage major construction projects to enhance their impact on society. There is also a physical resemblance between Nero and Trump.

Trump: Nero Reincarnated?

Trump and Nero

Actually, this isn’t hard to equate: Nero fiddled while he had Rome burned; Trump held the US government to ransom for his border wall. Read about Nero here.

There is evidence of his popularity among the Roman commoners, especially in the eastern provinces of the Empire, where a popular legend arose that Nero had not died and would return. (Wikipedia)

This is probably why the numbers 666 were linked to Nero’s name.


We are in the Biblical “End Times”. These famous and infamous names from the distant past are back in our consciousness. And, it seems, there is some esoteric understanding as to why Trump is in thrall to Putin.

The Roman Empire wanted to conquer the world.

I think it has now…

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Inspiration #16


When I was a young child
I had a book that featured
A silhouette image of a tree
Looking a lot like this one.

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March 14th (3.14): Pi Day


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Thinning a Bit on Top?


Hair Club can help…

It’s not nice to mock the afflicted, so my focus will be on the company offering ‘hope’ to those who are losing their hair.

Their ads appear every week night on Fox 29 Buffalo, sometime between 5 and 6 pm, during the repeats of Family Feud.


Hair and Scalp Analysis


I seem to be someone who can observe patterns in almost everything, so it’s no surprise to me to see something strange about this segment in all the most recent TV spots. It started out with the men’s portion. When the Hair Club employee puts the microscope up to the top of the man’s head, an image appears on the monitor in front of them. It always seemed that the hair pattern was sparser than it should have been. Alright, I thought, let’s keep an eye open for this part.

But it wasn’t until a Hair Club for Women was shown later that I spotted what was bothering me: instead of one shot of this analysis being carried out, there were two; and the image on the monitor was identical to each other AND to the one used in the men’s sequence! Oops…


The rule of three comes into play with all advertising. If you have a specific message, you need to repeat it three times for the viewer to retain it. That’s usually why, towards the end of a commercial, the announcer will say the telephone number three times.

But recent Hair Club ads have gone one step further: we are being firmly instructed to “call now!” several times. In fact, the final words lately are exactly that: CALL NOW!

Bald Lies?


Hair loss is a touchy point for everyone. My hairdresser in the UK, Julie Benham, used to tease me about my bald spot. She never showed me it, and when my hair was finished being styled, there was nothing missing, as far as I could see in the handheld mirror. But then, recently, my wife noted, while we were getting our hair cut, that there were times during the process that she could clearly see my scalp.

My full head of hair is a point of pride. If I felt insecure about it, I’m sure I would be a sucker for Hair Club’s individual solutions. But they never tell you how much it will cost, nor how long it will take to achieve results, and that makes me suspicious. Sometimes, the first 50 callers are promised $250. off their chosen solution, so we’re not talking about cheap, here. And a little research will yield some very ugly images of head equipment that look like medieval torture devices.

No thank you, very much…

And in conclusion…

Of all the talking heads in their TV ads, only one stands out. His voice sounds like Kenny Rogers’ and he has white hair. Perhaps, he is the best advertisement of what a great result looks like. Anyway, here he is:


But I still won’t ever CALL NOW!

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