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Whether We are Grey or Red, in Eminence

We Are All One I think, sincerely, that we are beginning to get the message. My research into past lives has shown me that the personalities in history are fully represented in the present time. And sometimes, there are double … Continue reading

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How to Have an Intimate Relationship with Jesus Christ

Spiritual Communion The Roman Catholic Church knows a thing or two about spiritual communion. In fact, Southern Baptists, like Billy Graham (and now through his son, Franklin) say essentially the same thing: “Invite Jesus to come into your heart.” I … Continue reading

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Why Does It Take So Long for the Penny to Drop?

Communion When I first read Whitley Strieber’s book (“Communion”) in 1987, I didn’t pick up the huge hint that Anne Strieber had implanted into the title. In fact, it wasn’t until this morning that the penny finally dropped. What was … Continue reading

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Returning to the Scene in the Library

A New World (2019) It’s hard to believe that more than 35 years have passed since Whitley Strieber had his close encounter of the third kind. Since Anne, his wife of 45 years, died in 2015, Whitley has come to … Continue reading

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Melchizedek: King of Salem

High Priest of the Most High God This seems to be one of my left-field inspirations, but I was reminded internally yesterday, (when we were skipping over a discussion of the Book of Job in our Faith & Science group) … Continue reading

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Bread and Wine

Some titles seem to lend themselves to repetition. Such was the case for Bread and Wine. In the first poem, I was trying to encapsulate ideas I gained from Madame Blavatsky‚Äôs The Secret Doctrine. In the second one, I was … Continue reading

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