Tag Archives: Holy Spirit

“Here Comes the Son!”

Miracle of the Sun (Fatima – October 13, 1917) There must have been something in the air that day. Expectation of a miracle, for one thing. And that rainstorm must have stirred up a lot of dust on the Santos … Continue reading

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When Astrologers Try To Make Events Fit Their Timeline

Jesus’ Baptism (May 5, 27 AD) Again, reading the Rudolf Steiner book, I found the idea of one of the major stars being aligned to our Sun on the day of Jesus’ baptism to be interesting, but the date is … Continue reading

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The Day That the Holy Spirit Descended on the Apostles

Pentecost (May 15, 30 AD) I was reading in a Steiner book that Pentecost took place in 33 AD, 49 days after Easter Sunday. Why is everyone stuck on 33 AD? By my own calculation Jesus’ resurrection took place on … Continue reading

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Is This Why We Are Going Through a Pandemic?

XVI: The Tower Lars Muhl’s latest chapter (8) in the book that I’m reading (The O Manuscript) is in section II of the third part. The section is entitled Shekinah. Ooh, we’ve been here before, haven’t we? Just to see … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to be “Born Again”?

Baptism in Water Jesus was baptized in water by John the Baptist in the River Jordan. We are told in the New Testament that the Holy Spirit descended on him in the form of a dove. (Luke 3:22) But it … Continue reading

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Another Name for the Holy Spirit?

Shekinah On Friday, Raymond, in our Faith & Science group Zoom meeting, wanted to demonstrate the use of words as conveyors of deeper, hidden symbolism. He then said a word in French, la colombe. Instantly, someone (I think it was … Continue reading

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Pilgrimage as Metaphor

The Camino Caroline Myss posted a video on Facebook this morning. In it she discussed her observations about the Camino de Santiago. The salient point she made was that stepping off the path, you returned to the ordinary world, and … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit is with Us Now

The Fire Heart While reviewing some earlier posts from May 2019, I was surprised by the accuracy of their message. Trouble was coming, and things were going to change, in a big way. Is There Need of a Blockade, Somewhere? … Continue reading

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Online Research: Active or Passive?

Ask and it shall be given to you… There seems to be some kind of synchronicity going on. Yesterday, my cousin, Doug, and his wife, Margot, came for a visit. As is our usual way, Doug and I talked, while … Continue reading

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Is Reincarnation Our Second Chance?

Can We Correct Our Past Mistakes? Recent posts about reincarnation have raised issues of why anyone would have to repeat tendencies from a prior life. When David Wilcock came to the understanding that he might have been Edgar Cayce in … Continue reading

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