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And Just to Prove the Theory, John the Baptist is:

Merlin He’s the ‘wild man’ who inaugurates the legendary hero’s journey, and acts as his guide and mentor.

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Wait a Minute! Could I have Done the Same for Arthur?

Geoffrey of Monmouth (1095 – 1155) It such a funny feeling I get, when I read (or watch) a passage which describes how King Arthur was invented. Was I Geoffrey, in a past life, and did I create a Romanized … Continue reading

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Jesus: “Are There Not 12 Hours in a Day?” (John 11:9a)

What About the Round Table Knights? Here, in the image of the replica Round Table in Winchester, there are 24 knights (and one King Arthur). Hmm. Is this spiritual progress of some kind?

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Legend: She had a Face that Launched a Thousand Ships

Helen of Troy (and Paris) That’s right, folks: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were the legendary figures that started the Trojan War. Now, I’m sure that they probably had intermediary lives that were less well known, but the key for … Continue reading

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The Day the Candle was Blown Out by the Wind

Why the Overdose Conclusion? (August 4, 1962) I’ve written about this event previously, and then deleted everything at the request of a woman who thought she was her reincarnation. Now, at last, I’ve come to the conclusion that she is … Continue reading

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The Legendary Life and Death of the Red Baron

Manfred von Richthofen (May 2, 1892 – April 21, 1918) I guess Charles Schulz knew a lot about this Great War pilot’s life when he pitted Snoopy in a Sopwith Camel against Baron von Richthofen. In a ‘dog fight’ between … Continue reading

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Jesus: How to Turn a Legend on Its Head

The Golden Bough (1963 version) I got given this book yesterday. It’s one I have quoted from in “The Star of Bethlehem” manuscript, but have never read. Now I have something to keep me busy through the long winter days … Continue reading

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Would You Know a Golem When You Meet One?

Ron’s Gone Wrong (2021) Watching the preview ads for this latest animation film coming out on October 22nd, I am uncomfortably aware that this scenario is exactly what the future could hold for mankind. Now, David Icke would call this … Continue reading

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Is This Star the Centre of the Milky Way?

Alcyone (28° Taurus 52′) I came across a post on Facebook this morning which purports to be a message from the shamans of the Andes. This is a message from Andean shamans about the energy of change that will bring … Continue reading

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Irony: When an Ancient Legend Comes True

Pandora’s “Box” According to Hesiod, when Prometheus stole fire from heaven, Zeus, the king of the gods, took vengeance by presenting Pandora to Prometheus’ brother Epimetheus. Pandora opened a jar left in her care containing sickness, death and many other … Continue reading

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