Tag Archives: Israel

(As Always) Politics Makes…

Strange Bedfellows (first attributed to Charles Dudley Warner) Joe Biden’s visit to the Middle East this week is a reminder of how strange some political maneuvering really is: first Israel, then Palestine, and finally Saudi Arabia. What!? In the same … Continue reading

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Was This Al Jazeera Journalist Targeted by the IDF?

Shireen Abu Akleh (April 3, 1971 – May 11, 2022) There is a lot of hype surrounding the death of Shireen Abu Akleh: was she purposely assassinated or just accidently shot in the crossfire that day? What we now know … Continue reading

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Finally, Making Sense of the Bible as Allegory

Jesus and the Lost Goddess (2001) On Thursday, Ian, from our Faith and Science group, sent us all a link to a Goodreads post about this book. I recognized the title instantly, since it has been sitting in my library, … Continue reading

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Yesterday in History VIII

Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty (March 26, 1979) On this day in 1979: Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin, and Jimmy Carter sign the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty in Washington, D.C. And a ‘cold peace’ broke out between those two nations. The timing is randomized. … Continue reading

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The Double Irony of an Agent Mossad called “Angel”

Ashraf Marwan (February 4, 1944 – June 27, 2007) I watched this film on Netflix last night. Other than the fact that almost half of it was subtitled, it proved fascinating viewing. The point-of-view taken by the producers was that … Continue reading

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How Can the World Trust a Bibi with Yahoo in His Name?

Benjamin Netanyahu (October 21, 1949) I waited, and waited, and waited until a ceasefire was declared by Israel in the latest ‘skirmish’ in Gaza with Hamas: talk about David and Goliath, with the State of Israel taking the Philistine role. … Continue reading

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A Covenant with God?

Transmissible Body Fluids OK. This is going to get weird. I was reading a section of “Ego and Archetype” yesterday that discussed ‘The Blood of Christ’. It’s an interesting concept: Jesus’ shedding of his blood on Calvary was a ‘new … Continue reading

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After a Long Gestation Period, and Extended Labour Pains…

The State of Israel is Born Strange prompt, this one: I was listening to Andy Williams sing “The Exodus Song (This Land is Mine)” and I suddenly connected two events in history in my mind. Firstly, though, I’d like to … Continue reading

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Is This the “Deep State”?

Mossad You can blame Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018) for this thought. Although not mentioned once in the movie, in the back of my mind, I was thinking about what another astrologer had discussed in her WordPress post about Jeffrey Epstein. … Continue reading

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Carving Up the Middle-East in 1916

The Sykes-Picot Memorandum I watched Lawrence of Arabia all the way through yesterday, for the first time in years. The Sykes-Picot Agreement was referenced in the movie. That got me to thinking: would it be possible to create the chart … Continue reading

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