Category Archives: News and politics

Spiritualism first, fortune second.

In response to David Icke Interview ‘The Global Awakening’ on YouTube: You are absolutely spot on right, David. Only, procrastination will only give you gallstones and bent brow.  You’re indeed channeling collective consciousness, so now why not demonstrate some practical solutions … Continue reading

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Isolation and other Undisputed Facts

I get regular telephone calls from a company claiming they are from ‘Windows’, telling me that my ‘PC may be under attack from viruses’ though I am not using Windows! (or maybe because they cannot figure out why I am … Continue reading

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Brother Survive

Survival instinct is one thing. The family first. Defence instinct (eg. against an attack of a bear) is another. Both are totally legitimate. But when fear, threats, intimidation and cruelties are imposed amongst our own species and pervades all humanity, all … Continue reading

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Lack or Abundance

Speak of lack is on the rise. Lest we forget, there is always enough for everyone–find the balance and distribute sensibly. Today I had a chunk of Parmegiano Reggiano cheese, a piece too big for me, so I gave half … Continue reading

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He who laffs last laughs best

    You know the term canned laughter, or fake laughter? Yeah you know, what you hear on comedy sitcoms and talk shows? Well, it’s known as a ‘laugh track’ and the editing process in post-production is known as ‘sweetening’, by … Continue reading

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The Great Great Pyramid (Part 2)

“Great minds think alike.” Now there’s a saying which goes back far enough that one cannot source its origins, I imagine. Having said that, maybe elaborate testing in a lab will one day reveal its source. Unlikely, don’t you think?

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an earful

Any stranger who decides he wants a snapshot of you using his mobile device, or other photo apparatus, should have the courtesy of asking first if you wouldn’t mind. Of course, what this person does with it is entirely beyond … Continue reading

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Cure for War

War is a devastating virus which has attacked humans ever since the Exodus and for which there is no immediate cure.

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The Truly Great Pyramid (Part 1)

Originally posted on April 14, 2010  — edited and improved.  Consider this for just a moment: What if our little planet and all other objects in the universe, for that matter, weren’t round after all, and that their natural pre-mordial … Continue reading

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adhere and heed

On the banning of the construction of minarets in Switzerland.  Frankly, I don’t really have a say, being uninitiated in Muslim religious matters.  But I definitely can say that our tax dollars should not go to waste on matters moral or … Continue reading

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Doomsday: December 12, 2012 — The Millenium of millenia

Give or take a day; give or take a scripture. The four or five remaining Mayan codices, a sophisticated system of hieroglyphics inscribed upon Mesoamerican paper known as huun, are widely recognized  because they also contain both extremely accurate astrological … Continue reading

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AR-CHAOS vs. DAM-NATION

These days you hear more about the many NATURAL floods that it diverts ones attention from the MAN-MADE floods which are SLOWLY but SURELY burying history, a greater atrocity. Interestingly enough, I came across a web site after having seen … Continue reading

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