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Win the Battle, Lose the War

Pyrrhic Victory The Battle of Asculum [5] took place in 279 BC between the Roman Republic under the command of the consuls Publius Decius Mus and Publius Sulpicius Saverrio and the forces of king Pyrrhus of Epirus. (Wikipedia) It is … Continue reading

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Tarot of the New Vision: My Card

I won’t deny that I totally identify with this Tarot card. (You may have noticed that my online identity is cdsmiller17.) The digits added together equal 8, the upright version of the Infinity symbol. The card also represents Aquarius, my … Continue reading

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The Phoenix Legend Is Alive and Well

Any Angel has the Right to Live Twice and Heal Herself I never thought of this before: could fibromyalgia be a sign? “A sign,” you say, “what kind of sign?” A sign that a person is suffering from a prior … Continue reading

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How To Train Your Dragon (Energy)

The Hidden World I haven’t seen the previous two movies, but our youngest grandchild wanted to see it, so we went to the cinema yesterday. As luck (?) would have it, Avatar was on the television the night before. Synchronicity … Continue reading

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Ratting on the Washington Mafia

Michael Cohen’s Testimony I watched the CBS coverage for an hour on Wednesday morning. After that, I had to turn it off, because it was so uncomfortable. I have empathy for Cohen. He did some ‘very bad things’ on behalf … Continue reading

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Connecting the Dots

Everything You Need to Know but have Never been Told More like, everything he’s told us before but now all in one big book. David Icke seems angry. I suspect it’s because he’s been saying basically the same thing for … Continue reading

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Why Lie?

Is It Just the Nature of Public Life? Politicians lie. Everybody knows that. Is it because we ‘can’t handle the truth’? A couple of days ago, a Washington Post report asked the same question, referencing the fact that Robert Mueller’s … Continue reading

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