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Now I Know How We are Connected!

Matthew Manning (August 17, 1955) I came across a Facebook post by Matthew Manning (UK Healer) this morning that stopped me in my tracks. In it he described how he was still buzzing after a mass distant healing. A-ha! Now, … Continue reading

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How Disease Kills Us

According to Phineas Parkhurst Quimby Let us go back to 1860, a time when one man decided to revolutionize the way we deal with disease and death. His knowledge was based on his overcoming consumption (what we now call tuberculosis). … Continue reading

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Here’s a “New Thought”: Who ‘Influenced’ Mary Baker Eddy?

Phineas Parkhurst Quimby (February 16, 1802 – January 16, 1866) Okay. Here we go again. I’m beginning to think that this line of thought will never end, but that is the nature of life, isn’t it? Phineas Quimby used mesmerism … Continue reading

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The Night Gordon Lightfoot Almost Died

He had an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (September 7, 2002) In terms of mortality statistics, only 5% of the people who have one of these events survive them. In terms of his life path, this may have been one of Gordon … Continue reading

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Anecdotal Evidence: Does the Moon Affect My Blood Sugars?

Or is This Because of the mRNA Vaccine? Since becoming fully vaccinated with Pfizer, I have noticed an interesting trend in my blood sugar numbers. In fact, I wrote about it before after the first dose, but I thought that … Continue reading

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One of a Seer-ies of Lives?

Kalle Jaurup (January 13, 1934 – October 23, 2007) This is such a strange process, tracking down past lives and rebirths. Until I saw Lars Muhl’s film, The Seer, I’d never even heard of Calle Montségur. Now I have a … Continue reading

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Evita: The Spiritual Leader of Argentina

Eva Perón (May 7, 1919 – July 26, 1952) According to Wikipedia: “Eva’s autobiography, La Razón de mi Vida, contains no dates or references to childhood occurrences, and does not list the location of her birth or her name at … Continue reading

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Trump, Triumphant?

Is He Happy to be Back at the White House? Hoping to monopolize the East Coast news hours last night, Donald Trump chose to leave the Walter Reed Medical Center (after precisely being there three days) and fly back to … 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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The Greatest Performance of Her Life

Susan Hayward (June 30, 1917 – March 14, 1975) You might think I’m referencing Ms Hayward‘s Oscar winning performance in “I Want To Live!” but I’m not: instead it was her fight against cancer that she took on, late in … Continue reading

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