Tag Archives: health and welfare

Modern Saints: Called to Action in the 20th Century

Evita, Mother Teresa and Diana This might seem like a strange trio to include in one post about 20th Century saints, but they have caught the collective eye of the Earth’s population for their charitable work. I suppose it was … Continue reading

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COVID-19: It’s No Laughing Matter, but…

The Spanish Inquisition (November 1, 1478) This doesn’t bode well, does it? If we are to take the 539 year cycle as ‘real’ then the events in Spain during 1481 and beyond will need sorting out. Isn’t it interesting how … Continue reading

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COVID-19: It’s Beginning to Feel Like an Experiment

Lab Rat in a Box I’ve mostly stayed out of the conversation, lately, since no one likes to talk about the coronavirus pandemic (irony), now entering into the 2nd wave, according to our Prime Minister. His (nonpolitical) television ‘lecture’ last … Continue reading

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ISALPFY

We got word yesterday that a valued member of our Faith & Science group was in hospital about to undergo a heart bypass operation after suffering from a heart attack two days before. It was suggested that we link up … Continue reading

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Are You Sitting Comfortably? Then I’ll Begin

The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? As you may remember, I’ve written about this before here. But now I’m revisiting the book in order to see exactly how David Wilcock got back in touch with Cayce’s “Source” the Ra Complex, and … Continue reading

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Tobacco: From Sacred to Profane and Back Again

The Four Sacred Medicines of the First People Alright. This was a weird dream sequence, even by my standards. Last night, I was being shown tobacco in WordPress posts, mostly extolling its sacred properties. But the ending demonstrated that as … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans…

W.H.O. Sustainable Development Goals. Have you really thought what COVID-19 could do to the economic and societal infrastructures of the world? It’s mind-blowing. The stock markets are already panicking. China locked down a whole district and contained its spread, and … Continue reading

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