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It Took a Hundred Years for a New Wilde to be Born

Stephen Fry (August 24, 1957) It would have taken me a hundred years to link this man with the role he played in 1997: Oscar Wilde. David Lowe picked up the link instantly, yesterday afternoon, and commented on my post. … Continue reading

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A Man about 150 Years Ahead of His Time

Oscar Wilde (October 16, 1854 – November 30, 1900) Today is Oscar Wilde‘s 167th birthday. He didn’t live to a ripe old age, dying at 46 years, broken and alone. Is there a lesson in this story? Of course, only … Continue reading

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Can Madness Link Two Lives?

Elizabeth Thorpe (May 17, 1963) This is awkward, to say the least: my sister, Elizabeth is schizophrenic. She has been this way since her late teens, blaming our mother for hypnotizing her and thereby allowing the Devil to enter her … Continue reading

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“Owl’s Talons Clenching My Heart”

Sylvia Plath (October 27, 1932 – February 11, 1963) We watched a short documentary about this tortured soul‘s short life two nights ago. She was too far ahead as a feminist in the 1950’s to stay unaffected by society’s pressures … Continue reading

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Can We Trust the Source of Channelled ‘Musings’?

The Great White Brotherhood When I worked on Fenella Rundell’s manuscript, The Wellspring in late 1992, early 1993, I had to overcome my resistance to channelled information. What I hadn’t realized at the time was that I have an ongoing … Continue reading

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The Roman who Should have Succeeded Tiberius

Germanicus (May 24, 15 BC – October 10, 19 AD) I haven’t given up the search for Crucius, but then I remembered that I hadn’t looked at Germanicus yet. This chart was originally randomized, but then I decided to rectify … Continue reading

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What If All You Believe is Actually Wrong?

Osama bin Laden (March 10, 1957 – May 2, 2011) I don’t normally feature the life and death of a terrorist leader on these posts, but today I’m making an exception. What I’m hoping to do is show how fanaticism … Continue reading

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“‘Scuse Me While I Kiss the Sky”

Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970) Have you ever noticed that most Jimi Hendrix photos show him in mid-song? This was a man in constant musical motion. He and his band The Experience were the toast of … Continue reading

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Did He Finally “Break on Through to the Other Side”?

Jim Morrison (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971) This post was inspired by a conversation I had yesterday with my son, Derek. We were discussing how Val Kilmer had absolutely nailed the portrayal of Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone’s … Continue reading

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Was He a Fantasist or an Isolated Child?

Kaspar Hauser (April 30, 1812 – December 17, 1833) Believe it or not, I had never heard of this individual until I came across his name in Phineas Quimby’s book. His citing of Hauser as an example of an individual … Continue reading

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