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One of Jesus’ Last “Words” on the Cross

Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? This scripture is the most misunderstood question that Jesus has been quoted as saying, while he was hanging on the cross. Some have even called him out for asking it, suggesting that if the crucifixion was … Continue reading

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What the Heck do Any of Us Really Know?

Jesus Christ’s Second Coming With the world wide weirdness going on around us every day, it just seems logical that there is a spiritual point to be made about it. In fact, even the main stream media have been hinting … Continue reading

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At Home on the Range?

Sage-ing While Age-ing. I have no need to introduce you, the reader, to Shirley MacLaine. She is known the world over, not necessarily just for her entertainment career, but even more for her books about spirituality. This book continues that … Continue reading

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A Faith & Science Question was Answered

Egyptian Myths and Mysteries I’ve been reading Rudolf Steiner’s series of lectures from 1908, in which he compares Egyptian knowledge to be the same as that which is echoed in our own times. None of this is new to me, … Continue reading

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Money Laundromat

The casino industry in BC has come under intense scrutiny by the authorities because it is proving to be the biggest money laundromat in Canada. I discussed this very same subject earlier this year. But now I have more questions … Continue reading

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Is There Need of a Blockade, Somewhere?

Yesterday morning between 6:00 and 6:30, I had a short dream that puzzled me. I’d seen a similar one before, but its purpose and meaning completely eluded my understanding. I pondered the question all day long, and then asked to … Continue reading

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The Celestine Prophecy

An Adventure More likely a fantasy. At least that’s what I thought when I first read this book in 1994. We were all so much more innocent in those days. Now, we can see how prophetic this writer’s words were. … Continue reading

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