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New Channelling through Fenella Rundell (I)

June 2021: Lightning Flashes There is a lightning flash to this planet coming closer to everyone. It will be coming through your thought and intuition, undoing what you previously believed, and you will understand the new course to follow. Believing … Continue reading

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Does Inexhaustibility Exist?

As Written by Nicholas Roerich in May 1935 (Before I quote from this article, I just want to state that now having read from works that previous individuals in my past life history have written, I can see where some … Continue reading

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Was This Woman Castaneda’s Wife?

Margaret Runyan (November 14, 1921 – December 24, 2011) If you believe everything that has been written about Carlos Castaneda over the years, you come to a certain point where you realize that his life was a series of ‘magical … Continue reading

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And Here is My Favourite Non-Fiction Author…

Bob Frissell (December 31, 1943) I’m a great believer in trying the spirit. One of the ways I do that is by drawing up a person’s horoscope. But, sometimes, the published details are sketchy. Such is the case with this … Continue reading

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And Speaking of My Mother’s Favourite Author…

Alice A. Bailey (June 16, 1880 – December 15, 1949) Introduction Alice Bailey’s birth time is uncertain, but has been stated as 7.42 am by Dane Rudhyar, one of the twentieth century’s foremost astrologers. Originally the time was said to … Continue reading

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“She Who Holds the World” (1937)

Helena Roerich (February 12, 1879 – October 5, 1955) Of course I’m going to look at this person: she was instrumental in Nicholas Roerich’s spiritual mission, and she was a mystic, a dreamer and a spiritual writer in her own … Continue reading

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World History Contained in One Lightfoot Song

Protocol (1976) The first time I heard this song was at Massey Hall, Toronto, sometime in 1976. As I was living in Vancouver during that time period, it would have been when I returned for a visit with my son. … Continue reading

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When the Queen of Murder Mysteries Disappeared for 11 Days

Agatha Christie (September 15, 1890 – January 12, 1976) It’s what any self-respecting woman would do: after your husband asks you for a divorce, you drive off into the night, crash your car, and then totally disappear. But when you … Continue reading

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Who is the Real Doctor Zhivago?

Boris Pasternak (February 10, 1890 – May 30, 1960) I watched this BBC program some time in 2018. It inspired me to read “Doctor Zhivago” all over again. It helped me to appreciate the man who wrote the book. Most … Continue reading

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How John le Carré Describes George Smiley to His Readers

A Murder of Quality (1962) If you’re like me, you would have probably thoroughly enjoyed the Smiley Trilogy (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”, “The Honourable Schoolboy” and “Smiley’s People”). But I had never read one of the early books that introduced … Continue reading

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