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One More Lost Soul

Art for Virtue and Beauty

The Coit Tower murals were carried out under the auspices of the Public Works of Art Project, the first of the New Deal federal employment programs for artists. Ralph Stackpole and Bernard Zakheim successfully sought the commission in 1933, and supervised the muralists, who were mainly faculty and student of the California School of Fine […]

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KONA Kilauea

Kona Bikes Rock!

The easiest product endorsement for me to make is that Kona Bikes Rock! The love story started in the 80’s in place on the North Shore of Vancouver called Deep Cove, when one fine Sunday afternoon in the month of June two Dudes emerged from the woods on bicycles that were covered in mud and […]

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In God We Trust

In God We Trust, Temptation and All

In God We Trust Trust is the key to bliss, as we forgive our trespassers. Temptation is the path towards darkness, without which we’d never know the way to the light. Here’s an excerpt from USA TODAY on June 6, 2019; Pope Francis reportedly approved changes to the wording of the Lord’s Prayer, also known […]

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Middle Eastern Cuisine

Middle Eastern Cuisine Rocks the GOAT

Middle Eastern Cuisine can be discovered at the many Middle Eastern Restaurants in Vancouver. Learning how to prepare these dishes is my endeavour here with this post, as I’ve often stated that if I had to choose one cuisine from around the world to be my permanent choice, it would be Middle Eastern Cuisine. Meze […]

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Day 192 (134) jfk jr salute

John F. Kennedy Jr.

ST-C333-3-63 10 October 1963 President Kennedy and his son, John F. Kennedy Jr. White House, West Wing Colonnade. Photograph by Cecil Stoughton, White House, in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston. John Kennedy Jr. at the White house correspondents dinner 1999 John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. (November 25, 1960 – July 16, 1999), […]

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the Whales and the Hopi corn connecting with the Blue Star

Blue Kachina Rising over Red Earth

Kachina Painter by Robert Lindneux Amazing myself that Blue Star Kachina hadn’t been entered into this Blog, as you know the main purpose of my posts is to begin topics for further research and/or to keep references, videos and links for later (to myself). My hope is to return to pages and improve, update and […]

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Chaurasi Devataon-wali Gai, or "The Cow with 84 deities" by Raja Ravi Varma The demon with sword states, "O human beings, watch the meat eaters in Kali yuga".

Welcome to the Kali Yuga Harvest

Hindu god Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars 1910 There’s a war on for your mind, as you read these words you are winning. If you agree there’s water damage on the Sphinx and that drill core samples from Antarctica found sea shells from a tropical climate, then you’re ready to learn that nothing new has […]

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Free Energy Disclosure

Disclosure of the Disclosure

Free Energy Disclosure Whenever two or more separate super-powers (NASA and the Pope), tells you that in the future they are going to disclose something to you (in 2020), take warning, this is obviously another controlled narrative and now because they can’t even get out in-front of their own secretive plans, they telegraphed that it’s […]

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Greta Thunberg of Fridays For Future

Fridays for Future

Make the World Greta again Greta Thunberg started a climate activist movement not seen since Greenepace (see below) but this time it’s move widespread, more connected and much, much more powerful. Greta launched Fridays for Future, an idea that addresses the root cause of man-made climate change, our own individual consumption. An idea that demands […]

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