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Connecting the Dots

Everything You Need to Know but have Never been Told More like, everything he’s told us before but now all in one big book. David Icke seems angry. I suspect it’s because he’s been saying basically the same thing for … Continue reading

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Why I Quit:

Facebook We are social creatures, all of us. When Facebook came along, everyone embraced the chance to share their thoughts, photos and status changes with friends and family. And they did it willingly. My foray onto this platform was prompted … Continue reading

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History Lesson: Losing One’s Head

Charles I of England Executed Today in 1649 After his succession, Charles quarrelled with the Parliament of England, which sought to curb his royal prerogative. Charles believed in the divine right of kings and thought he could govern according to … Continue reading

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Gringotts’ Warning

Marine Building, Vancouver, BC Enter stranger, but take heed Of what awaits the sin of greed, For those who take, but do not earn, Must pay most dearly in their turn, So if you seek beneath our floors A treasure … Continue reading

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Last Night’s Dream: Bank Security

Safe Two weeks ago, I had a similar dream for two nights in a row. The clock read 6:50 pm and I was concerned that we had gone into overtime. My initial thought was that it presaged returning to Standard … Continue reading

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In Case of Nuclear Attack: Duck and Cover

A Personal Countermeasure In the 1950’s, school children in North America were taught to Duck and Cover in the event of a surprise nuclear attack by the U.S.S.R. (Do they still teach that now?) The inhabitants of, and visitors to, … Continue reading

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Attention

  Tense: A frown was forming Over a worried eye.   “Nonsense,” Says the tongue, warming To a hurried cry;   Yet the teeth began grittin’ As the splintered nails were bitten;   The neck became strained and cruel As … Continue reading

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