Tag Archives: 70’s

Car as Metaphor

Vanishing Point (1971) Some movies don’t make sense, at least, not until many years later. Vanishing Point is one such film. You need to think of the car as a vehicle for the soul to understand its meaning. 1970 Dodge … Continue reading

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My Life in Vancouver – 1975-1977

Christmas 1975 East 11th Avenue, near Commercial Drive. (Original painting from Eaton’s) After March 1976 (Wings at the Speed of Sound release) Victoria & 5th Avenue. (My famous stereo/turntable behind me) Spring 1977 Same place, in the kitchen, one year … Continue reading

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Hal Lindsey: Prophet or Scaremonger?

Satan is Alive and Well on Planet Earth Even the title of this book is fraught with fear. But sometimes that’s the only way people will wake up to the Truth. They have to be scared out of their wits. … Continue reading

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Railway Tracks in Vancouver

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City of Vancouver, Mid-70’s

The railway lines are on the top right of this aerial shot. In fact the first bridge is probably Cambie Street, The Broadway and Columbia bridges are just out of view. Why is this important? Because the SkyTrain, which was … Continue reading

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Armageddon: Having an Apocalyptic Fit?

The End of the World as We Know It Let’s put some perspective on this. Apocalypse literally means ‘an uncovering’. That’s why the book in the Bible where this is discussed is called “The Revelation of St. John”. John’s images … Continue reading

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The Magic’s in the Music

ABBA Magic We saw this stage show last night. They had fun performing the songs, so they said. The audience had a good time listening to them. But it’s not like the real ABBA. How could it be? There has … Continue reading

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