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Just Unlucky or Cosmic Design?

Knights Templar Rounded Up (Friday, October 13, 1307) When we think of the Knights Templar, we get an image of a Crusader Knight. That equal-armed cross on his tunic is probably why. But were they much more than that? Yes. … Continue reading

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Metaphor: Caterpillar, Cocoon and Butterfly

Rebirthing I’ve been re-reading Bob Frissell’s book for a couple of weeks now. I had forgotten that his spiritual work was centred on Rebirthing. My wife, Susan, is presently waiting for a monarch butterfly to complete his metamorphosis. The two … Continue reading

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The Beaver House (VIII)

Chapter Eight Meanwhile, Pierre was dreaming, too. But his dream was not pleasant. In fact, he was having a nightmare about his close brush with death at the hands of his Mohawk capturers. Scenes of scalding, joint amputations, beatings and … Continue reading

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How Can the World Trust a Bibi with Yahoo in His Name?

Benjamin Netanyahu (October 21, 1949) I waited, and waited, and waited until a ceasefire was declared by Israel in the latest ‘skirmish’ in Gaza with Hamas: talk about David and Goliath, with the State of Israel taking the Philistine role. … Continue reading

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Was He a Lover or a Fighter, or Both?

William IX – Duke of Aquitaine (1071 – 1127) I came across an article about the troubadours, yesterday. Today, I looked at the man who may have ‘invented’ the precursor to the sonnet, as the first Troubadour. While reading his … Continue reading

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Cosmic: “Like Breathing Out and Breathing In”

My Generation: Baby Boomers (1946 – 1964) This post is a direct result of a comment on one of my recent posts: the comment was about the reincarnation of people who died during WWII. That would be about 75 million … Continue reading

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Head Him Off at the Roncevaux Pass

Count Roland (Died August 15, 778 AD) Now that I understand how the death of one life can link with the birth in another, I have decided to revisit the demise of Roland, to see if the facts stand up … Continue reading

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Are These Two Connected? Calle Thought So.

I don’t know about you, but sometimes things surprise me. I wrote about Marcus Aurelius quite a while back. Not sure, now, why I did that. Perhaps for this reason: ‘Who are you? Where do you come from?’ A smile … Continue reading

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To Dream the Impossible Dream

Man of La Mancha Yes, I had a dream last night that featured the cartoon drawing of Don Quixote, as shown on this image, above. It was totally unexpected, so I took note, as you do. The use of the … Continue reading

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