Tag Archives: 15th century

The Church Gave Explorers a Legal Justification in 1452:

The Doctrine of Discovery Yesterday, during Pope Francis’ public mass in Quebec, a banner was raised in silent protest. So, here’s the question: if the Pope rescinds the Doctrine of Discovery (effectively taking away the authority to conquer lands and … Continue reading

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That’s the Person to Whom Liz Cheney is Connected…

Joanna of Brabant (June 24, 1322 – December 1, 1406) Looks nothing like her, eh? Using the Neptune/South Node positions in Scorpio, I ascertained that the dates 1383 – 1406 AD would be important for the past life of Liz … Continue reading

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When the Word was Made Manifest in Europe

The Gutenberg Bible (February 23, 1455) On this day in 1455… Most scholars agree that the Gutenberg Bible was published on this date in Mainz, Germany. My daily calendar Interesting chart, is it not? Those oppositions say so much. But … Continue reading

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Forgive Your Brother, Even If It Takes 539 Years

Battle of Świecino (September 17, 1462) This is a novel idea, at least for me. The Great Year of 2,160 can be divided equally into four parts, less a year, creating a repeatable cycle of events (every 539 years). This … Continue reading

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