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Is This the “Lightning Strike” Event?

The Killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri (July 31, 2022) Sometimes you just cannot tell what a planetary lineup is going to yield in the events of the world. When an event is so specific (and precision-like) the information is exactly correct … Continue reading

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Softly, Softly, Catchy Monkey

Merrick Garland (November 13, 1952) Everybody and their uncle are wondering why Attorney General Merrick Garland hasn’t arrested Donald Trump yet. They think there’s enough evidence to lock Trump up for obstruction of justice, witness tampering and inciting violence. But, … Continue reading

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It Took More than Three Centuries to Clear Her Name

Elizabeth Johnson Jr (1670 – 1716) This has been in the news lately. This young woman was sentenced to be ‘hanged by the neck until dead’ but had her sentence thrown out by the Governor of Massachusetts, at the time. … Continue reading

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I’m Beginning to Think that I’m Too Subtle Sometimes:

Let’s Start a Dialogue about the N-Word All joking aside, there are three recent posts of mine which attempted to connect the dots where harsh truth is concerned. The first was about Dred Scott, the second about Roe v. Wade … Continue reading

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Wikileaks: The Truth Will Out

Julian Assange (July 3, 1971) It doesn’t pay to be an international journalist, these days. Especially if you become the conduit of revealing secrets that the United States of America would prefer the world didn’t know. But he’s only the … Continue reading

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Murder in the Line of Duty, or Something More Personal?

The Murder of George Floyd (May 25, 2020) I’ve waited until now to discuss this case. What I did not want to do was add any fuel to the fire of a blazing racial incident between a black man and … Continue reading

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When the Wheels of Justice Turn Too Slowly

Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich I don’t like this man. There may be a lot of good reasons for that harsh statement, most of which were discussed (disgust) in this documentary, but it comes down to the fact that he thought … Continue reading

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The “Once and Future King”

John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr (Nov 25, 1960 – Jul 16, 1999) Can you imagine losing your father 3 days before your 3rd birthday? What a legacy! There’s no doubting the accuracy of this birth time: when your father was elected … Continue reading

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Alliance Insider: Patriotic or Treasonous?

“Arthur” and the Round Table Knights It’s like having someone whisper in your ear: the title of today’s post is ‘Alliance Insider’. So, I do my research and come up with this image. Which then leads to this page. WTF? … Continue reading

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Reincarnation: Why Can’t We Remember?

Hell is a State of Mind Imagine, if you will, being born back into the world after a violent death in your previous life. If it had been an accident, you probably blamed yourself for your misstep. But what if … Continue reading

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