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Farce: Did the Disciples Mistake Lazarus’ for Jesus’?

The Empty Tomb As General Frederick “Boy” Browning said: “Well, as you know, I always felt we tried to go a bridge too far.” And I think the same thing about the author of “Caesar’s Messiah”. It is thus possible … Continue reading

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How the “Son of Man” Became the Son of a God

Titus (December 30, 39 AD – September 13, 81 AD) Just when I thought I was done with Roman Emperors, another one makes me take notice. This is due to starting to read “Caesar’s Messiah” yesterday (and continuing today). This … Continue reading

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Warning: Enochian Language of the Angels is Not Angelic

John Dee and Edward Kelley Found the Key to It It’s like living another day, to be able to tell the truth about a hard-found realization. Our concept of angels is tinged with a bit of the demonic. This is … Continue reading

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The True Story Behind One of Television’s Greatest Frauds

Quiz (2020) It strikes me as ironic that the date that the original TV show taping was exactly two days before Nine-Eleven. (And I was still in Canada, not getting back to the UK until the following Friday.) Makes me … Continue reading

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Quiz: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Charles Ingram (August 6, 1963) Some people are remembered for their heroism, some for their personality; this man is remembered for trying to cheat spectacularly on a UK quiz show, and getting found out. Not knowing Mr Ingram’s birth time, … Continue reading

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Seychelles, C. Shells, Buy the Offshore

The Laundromat (2019) I hope you can excuse my little rhyme, based on: She sells sea shells by the seashore. childhood tongue twister It’s what came to my mind overnight after watching The Laundromat last evening. The Plot (from Wikipedia) … Continue reading

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Oops! Now I Know How They Do It

Robotcalls Recently, I’ve been getting calls that appear to present themselves as local cellphones. I kept wondering how they did that: had they hacked into mobiles in Midland, or what? Then a couple of calls came through from Japan. Japan? … Continue reading

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Astrology: What a Fraud Chart Looks Like

This is the precise moment when a fraudster repeated his (or her) actions in order to benefit from CERB using My Account with the Canada Revenue Agency. On its own, there is nothing very dramatic about the crime. But when … Continue reading

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We Need to CERB the Fraud

Canada Emergency Response Benefit It seemed like a good idea at the time… With everyone being asked to stay at home and shelter in place, being given $2,000 a month to keep the money flowing was a ‘God-send’. As a … Continue reading

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Was Trump Right about Hillary?

Hillary Rodham Clinton (October 26, 1947) The previous post about JFK Jr has brought my attention back to the way the world views Mrs. Clinton: on the left, she s a shining icon of feminist yearnings for the top political … Continue reading

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