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We All Have So Much To Be Thankful For…

The First Thanksgiving (September 29, 1621) I’m a bit late for this one, but next year’s American Thanksgiving celebration will be the 400th anniversary of the original three day Harvest Festival in Plymouth. The time is randomized, but the message … Continue reading

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Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue in the Year 1492

Another strange sequence in my dream last night: I was using my Kepler 7.0 program to erect a chart, and the date 1492 appeared for the year, triggering a ‘before and after’ image. The ‘before’ was an innocent time in … Continue reading

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Tobacco: From Sacred to Profane and Back Again

The Four Sacred Medicines of the First People Alright. This was a weird dream sequence, even by my standards. Last night, I was being shown tobacco in WordPress posts, mostly extolling its sacred properties. But the ending demonstrated that as … Continue reading

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Braving the New World

Outlander – Season Four Due to the rising costs of practically everything, I took the decision about two years ago to reduce our cable TV subscription. As a result, we lost the “W” Network and access to the Outlander series. … Continue reading

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The Seven Directions

Lakota Wisdom: Circle of Life. The chart above shows the seven directions being matched with our seven chakras. I’m not sure that I totally agree with the Center being linked with the 6th chakra, because it so much more likely … Continue reading

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Kingmaker: the Throne Behind the Power

ꜣst: the Throne (Egyptian alphabet) Isis is represented in the Egyptian alphabet by the image of a throne (see it on top of her head, above). The pronunciation of her name is equivalent to ‘aisé’. This could be where we … Continue reading

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The Four “Horsewomen”

The (so-called) “Squad” I wonder who came up with this nickname. No, I’m not referring to Trump’s latest ‘Four Horsewomen of the Apocalypse’ name: that was obviously from Mike Pence. The Squad sounds innocuous enough, until you start to think … Continue reading

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My Original “Rolling Stone”

Pierre-Esprit Radisson I came face-to-face with a solid hologram of myself in last night’s dream: a hint, perhaps, of today’s post. I’ve waited long enough to connect the dots to that life from the middle of the 17th Century. It’s … Continue reading

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Optics: Racial Confrontations

Judge Not, That You Be Not Judged The Lincoln Memorial confrontation that happened this past weekend was everywhere on the news yesterday. The focus appeared to be on a white teenager in a MAGA cap standing in front of a … Continue reading

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Hiawatha: Fact or Fiction?

The Song of Hiawatha This is how I first read about Hiawatha, through the Classics Illustrated comic book. Like Last of the Mohicans I presumed he was a literary character only. I was wrong. Unfortunately, no one knows exactly when … Continue reading

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