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Oh Lord, Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood

Helena Blavatsky (July 31, 1831 [OS] – May 8, 1891) Baby, do you understand me nowSometimes I feel a little madBut don’t you know that no one aliveCan always be an angelWhen things go wrong I seem to be badBut … Continue reading

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The Roman Equivalent of England’s King John

Domitian (October 24, 51 AD – September 18, 96 AD) I was shoveling snow, when this analogy struck me: if Henry II was Vespasian, and Richard the Lionheart was Titus, then King John would be Domitian. The weaker younger brother … Continue reading

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Is Castaneda’s Assemblage Point an Alien Implant?

David Wilcock Discusses One Aspect of Dr. Pete Peterson’s Work Pete also was involved in a program in which the nervous system was mapped out in meticulous detail. He discovered that we have a dimple in the middle of each … Continue reading

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The Title is Misleading: It’s the Girl Who’s Lost

The Lost Husband (2020) A quietly satisfying film, this one was on Netflix last night. After the sudden death of her husband, Libby is forced to move in with her hypercritical mother. Out of the blue, her estranged Aunt Jean … Continue reading

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Reincarnation: Past Lives As Evidenced in the Bible

Archdeacon Thomas Colley (July 1839 – September 1912) “In the realm of the occult and transcendental, moved to its exploration from the Sadducean bias of my early days, I have for the best part of half a century had experiences … Continue reading

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The Star of Bethlehem: a review

It’s been 23 years since I first wrote about Jesus of Nazareth’s birth chart. I serialized it here on WordPress over three years ago. But no one has written a review, until now. First of all, it is not an … Continue reading

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Carlos Castaneda: In His Own Words

Introduction to The Wheel of Time* This series of specially selected quotations was gathered from the first eight books that I wrote about the world of the shamans of ancient Mexico. The quotations were taken directly from the explanations given … Continue reading

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Beings of Light: Angels or Demons?

Who Are They, Really? As you may have noticed, if you have read many of my posts here, that I have a certain discomfort with dualistic thinking. Why do things have to be categorized as one thing or the other? … Continue reading

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Caught on Camera: More Visitations?

When my sister, Anne, and I went back to Windermere, to visit our childhood memories, we made sure we took photographs of the trip. Out of the whole set that I have, three ended up with a red flare in … Continue reading

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Caught on Camera: Another Visitation?

In 1980, Susan’s father suffered a heart attack. Susan was so distraught that her (then) husband took the whole family to San Josef Bay on Vancouver Island to take her mind off the situation. Susan wrote in the sand “Get … Continue reading

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