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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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Initiation into Spiritual Behaviour

How To Know Higher Worlds The text for this book was written over 100 years ago. Then it was known as Knowledge of the Higher Words and Its Attainment. What Steiner discusses here is as applicable now as it was … Continue reading

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Illuminati: Hidden in Plain Sight

The Owl of Minerva It turns out that the Bavarian Illuminati group was created this day in 1776. The image, shown above, was adopted as its symbol. (And in case you’ve never noticed, the word knowledge has an owl built … Continue reading

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Can What You Don’t Know Hurt You?

Unacknowledged My daughter, Rosanna, and her husband watched this film on Netflix the other day. When they told me, I checked it out on YouTube. The whole film can be seen here:   So this film, by inference, raises the … Continue reading

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Beliefs: What Do I Know?

The Question Yesterday, at our Faith and Science group, we got into a discussion about “when do our beliefs turn into certainties?” As always, when we try to approach these things from an intellectual point-of-view, our inquiries fail to reach … Continue reading

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Quantum Physics is Spiritual in Nature

What the *bleep* do we know? I watched this film ten years ago. I was impressed by the way they portrayed the quandary Quantum Physicists have when trying to grasp the meaning of their discoveries. It turns out they are … Continue reading

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Procreation   Cretan women, in childbirth, can smother Raging contractions with the dictamnus Evergreen, which has the strength of Somnus To allay anxieties that pother. A wreath of it in her hair, another New Luna made the ancients feel anxious: … Continue reading

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