There Is Hope

November 7, 2021 The young activist has quickly acquainted herself with the Glaswegian sense of humour as she has been getting in the spirit of things at one of the dozens of protests calling out the inaction of politicians, as world leaders attend the Conference of the Parties (COP26) climate summit in the city. Footage shows the […]

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Where’d She Start?

October 9, 2021 There is difference of opinion between the academic and the popular conception of the term Mother Goddess. The popular view is mainly driven by the Goddess movement and reads that primitive societies initially were matriarchal, worshipping a sovereign, nurturing, motherly earth goddess. This was based upon the nineteenth-century ideas of unilineal evolution of Johann Jakob Baclofen. According to the academic […]

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The Shelf

October 2, 2021 Sat on a shelf, it was quite a strange unexpected place to be. I suppose that it started after the events of 1991–92. That year a number of events took place that were both filled with joy and incredible heartbreak. You might think that the birth of my probably not daughter would […]

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The Tween

September 18, 2021 J.R.R.Tolkein in his trilogy “The Lord of the Rings” begins the series with the novel “The Hobbit”. In his fictional world, he describes young people who are in their late teens to early twenties as tweens.  Here in this article I am using the term in the same manner, though it is […]

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 Pitfalls

August 16, 2021 With 80 articles written, most of them dealing with information about The Holy Grail, and a few about the conditions that led to my grail quest, the one subject that I have not touched on is, the pitfalls of a spiritual awakening. When I began this quest back in the late 1990s, […]

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Us, That Almost Imperceptible Dot

August 7, 2021 Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken on February 14, 1990, by the Voyager 1 space probe from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billion miles, 40.5 AU), as part of that day’s Family Portrait series of images of the Solar System. In the photograph, Earth’s apparent size is less than a pixel; the planet appears as a tiny […]

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A Moon Repurposed

August 8, 2021 Who am I to question NASA or the other experts on Mars? I do not, at least on matters of fundamental science. They say that Mars has been a dead planet for billions of years; I question that number. As far as I know, organic matter has never been discovered there, and […]

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Why The Covenant (Part 3)

July 31, 2021  There were fourteen generations – 490 years between Abraham and King David, the Israeli who can be seen as the one who received the reward promised by the covenant. That seems an awfully long time to wait. The thing that we must remember though is this, we are not dealing with human […]

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Why The Covenant (Part 2)

July 30, 2021 The land of Canaan would be the inheritance of Abraham’s descendants but Abraham would only be a pilgrim (He was so much more than that) there. On his journey to Canaan there were seventeen places that Abraham visited recorded in the Old Testament. Each of these places are important in the history […]

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Why The Covenant (Part 1)

July 27, 2021 Our former overlords, the Annunaki – who from heaven to earth came, theirs is a story, that is so inextricably linked to ours that we cannot see the forest for the trees. It is thanks to them that we have four major world religions, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism. The latter remembering […]

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Understanding Looniness

July 12, 2021 Reincarnation. It is a big subject with a lot of controversy around it. The Judean/Christian tradition does not allow for this as a possible end of life outcome. For that matter, neither does Islam. Islam too, is a created religion that was meant to sanitize religion and take the confusion out of […]

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The Cosmic Code

The bible is a pain in the ass, and by that I mean it gives us regrettably little accurate scientific information. The bible is about a supposed all sufficient god who knows what our fates and destinies are to be. To some extent, it provides a form of answers through numbers. In many ways, a […]

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El Shaddai is Enlil

June 14, 2021 In a previous article we talked about my grandfather, and father, the discussion was about the harshness of their lives. We also touched on larger issues such as terrorism, and natural disasters. We posed a couple of questions as well, one, where was god? And two, a far more complex question, just […]

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Pontific Arrogance

May 11, 2021 I do not like conjecture; throughout the course of these articles, I have tried to faithfully report the truth, a truth that to many is blasphemous. Indeed, before the pandemic, I have had people very rudely get up and walk away from me as if I were the devil himself as we […]

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Not My Favorite Topic

Someone once asked me if I believe in UFOs, I replied had he ever read the Bible? He said no, I recommended that he did because the bible is about people who came to earth in UFOs and proceeded to create humans. The main reason for our creation was to act as slaves for these […]

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Royal Arch Part 2

May 3, 2021 Clouds and darkness are round about him; Righteousness and judgment are the habitation of his throne. A fire goeth before him, and burneth up his enemies round about, his lightening enlightened the world; the Earth saw, and trembled. The hills melted like wax at the presence of the Lord.  Psalm 97: 2 […]

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