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Did Daphne du Maurier Write “Rebecca” to Document Herself?

Rebecca (2020) I am not a fan of “Gothic” romances, or films. But this latest film version of the 1938 classic, written by Dame du Maurier, is (seemingly) quite faithful to the story line. After a whirlwind romance in Monte … Continue reading

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Never Knew David and I Have So Much in Common

Awakening In The Dream This book was launched on Tuesday. Here it is, only Thursday, and I’ve read 10% already. No doubt I’ll be writing more about it before I’m finished reading the rest. I’ve been ‘lucid dreaming’ since my … Continue reading

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Betty Shine: We All Shine On…

…like the moon and the stars and the sun Three nights ago, I had a dream in which someone wanted to prove what I was really about. He asked me to meet with Betty Shine and pay her £10 for … Continue reading

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Sudbury: a “Deja Vu” Moment

Looking for Father In 2006, during my six month return to Canada from the UK, I decided to take a bus ride to Sudbury. I was looking for where my father lived. (This was before I found out when he’d … Continue reading

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We Control the Horizontal

Lords of the Levels I was alerted to this book by a reference made to it in the manuscript that Suzanne Thomas is preparing for publication in the next little while, called Who’d Have Thought It. As a major portion … Continue reading

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A Course in Miracles Made Easy

Mastering the Journey from Fear to Love Most of us recognize the fact that we spend a lot of time every day worrying about the world and his uncle. The media sells its products based on the negative side of … Continue reading

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Prelude…

I read this book in the late 1970’s. The premise that humans would turn to extraterrestrials for help and guidance wasn’t so far-fetched back then. Now I wonder: what were we thinking? Andrija Puharich: the common link? Prelude to the … Continue reading

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