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Mystery: Can There Ever Be Benevolent Abductions?

Close Encounters Most people would agree that an alien abduction is a frightening situation, benevolent or not. It is the equivalent of a wild animal being caught by a conservation group of scientists, who only wish to observe, tag, and … Continue reading

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As Usual, William Blake Got There First

Contraries Our solar system is now traversing a region of the Cosmos where a constellation that was destroyed left its mark, its dust. This crossing of a contaminated space is a source of poisoning, not only for the inhabitants of … Continue reading

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“They Just Want(ed) to Make the World a Better Place…”

CNN Special Report: Inside the QAnon Conspiracy I watched the repeat of this program on CNN last night. It makes for uncomfortable viewing, mainly because one of my children absolutely fell for the QAnon Conspiracy, hook, line and sinker. Q … Continue reading

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Spiritual Discretion or a Darker Intention?

Elizabeth Wilcock (April 29, 1979?) I’m usually very good with research when it comes to finding out someone’s birth details. In fact, if there is any record of a public figure’s birth, it is normally a simple matter of looking … Continue reading

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Happy Trails to You from the King of the Cowboys

Roy Rogers (November 5, 1911 – July 6, 1998) We’re back in childhood territory again. I had two heroes on television in the 1950s: Zorro and Roy Rogers. I guess we could suggest that they represented the good and bad … Continue reading

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Did Daphne du Maurier Write “Rebecca” to Document Herself?

Rebecca (2020) I am not a fan of “Gothic” romances, or films. But this latest film version of the 1938 classic, written by Dame du Maurier, is (seemingly) quite faithful to the story line. After a whirlwind romance in Monte … Continue reading

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Do You Believe Everything You Read?

Conspiracy Theories are Everywhere It seems to me that we humans are using very little of our brain’s capacity to think. We are programmed into believing that the government and our leaders are telling the truth and that everyone else … Continue reading

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The Revelation of Dannion Brinkley

Saved by the Light What’s amazing about this story is that I had never heard of it. My first brush with life after death was reading Raymond Moody’s book about it. He published Life After Life in 1975, the same … Continue reading

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Suffering Servant or Agent Provocateur?

He was despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. You may be surprised to see this quote from Isaiah 53:3a.  I know I was when I began to hear it every time I woke … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Battleground Earth

Good vs. Evil. When I prayed last night, I asked for help distinguishing between the two antagonists battling it out for the minds and hearts of  the human species. Everything has become so convoluted lately, that previously held certainties are … Continue reading

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