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David and Goliath, a color lithograph by Osmar Schindler (c. 1888)

Every great man in the Bible was flawed

David beat the giant Goliath (and his giant brothers) with a rock and a sling. Gideon took 300 men and defeated well over 120,000. What does this tell us? God does not care about your past if you are a man of God. God does not care about your size and strength or the weapons […]

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Financial movement must STOP for the RESET

ALL Financial movement must STOP for the RESET They are trying to roll this out in a way that makes it look like it is a natural response to a natural pandemic So it is coming out in waves and In “suspending payment” “extending deadlines” etc Scare event necessary – The world stops temporarily and […]

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17 is the letter Q in the alphabet

What does number 17 represent, why the letter Q? Bible: 17 symbolizes “overcoming the enemy” and “complete victory” God overcame the sins of rebellious humans when he began to flood the earth through rain on the 17th of the second Hebrew month. Noah’s ark and its eight passengers rested on the mountains of Ararat on […]

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Blood of the Lamb

War for the Blood of the Lamb

“Stop the Steal” is the Signal in the “War for the Blood of the Lamb”, everything else is noise Maricopa Arizona audit proves, we must audit every county in America Will of the people must prevail and justice will be preserved, otherwise the rule of law is dead. What was stolen from of us was […]

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Quercus suber, commonly called the cork oak

California Cork Oak and the Grapes of Wrath

Juan O Savin has charmed us again with some wisdom from the ages. The California Cork Oak was the setting for a true story of the grapes of wrath. When we left off with Juan he had been using a Red Sea Moment in ancient history, as an analogy for our present day situation. The […]

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portal mind

The “I AM” Portal of the Great Awakening

A portal is a relationship, a connection of energy between the many dimensions and fields that make this universe together. The quantum picture of reality that is so much more layered, more complicated, more beautiful more magical and determines how you feel or what you experience than what you have learned in school. Knowledge that […]

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QR Portrait

Queen Romana and the “I Am” Discourses

Queen Romana For as long as I can remember I’ve been interested in ascension and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Many people stay away from spiritual material that isn’t found in the King James Version of the Holy Bible, not me. Then on May 31st this year I discovered Queen Romana online at Telegram and […]

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Truth Social

Truth Social and the End of Tyranny

Truth will set us free! You are not free to pursue happiness because of the dictates of tyrants, telling us that we will not be safe until every man, woman and child on the planet in vaccinated against an invisible enemy. The time has come to face the truth, if you no longer control of […]

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Detail of the pope's tomb by Camillo Rusconi (completed 1723); Antonio Lilio is genuflecting before the pope, presenting his printed calendar.

Ten Days That Vanished: The Switch to the Gregorian Calendar

Detail of the pope’s tomb by Camillo Rusconi (completed 1723); Antonio Lilio is genuflecting before the pope, presenting his printed calendar. BY The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica When it comes to calendars, small errors can add up over time. The Julian calendar—the prevalent calendar in the Christian world for the first millennium CE and part of the […]

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Elders Without Borders

Support Elders Without Borders Vision

Elders Without Borders is a non-profit organization that was established in 1999 by Michael Swinwood and Algonquin traditional Elder, Grandfather William Commanda. The initial vision was to establish a space dedicated to the preservation of the wisdom and teachings of Indigenous Elders and Ancestors across Mother Earth. To use this wisdom in restoring traditional ways of […]

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