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Donovan Frankenreiter Big Wave

Big Wave by Donavon Frankenreiter

Donavon Frankenreiter From the first strum to the last note, Donavan Frankenreiter had me as a lifetime fan. I might even say that “Big Wave was my favourite song of all time. Once you try this man’s tune on, you may become hooked and learn that he’s been cranking out great music for over two […]

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Mother Shipton Prophecy

Mother Shipton Prophecy

L0000659 Mother Shipton: witch Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images images@wellcome.ac.uk http://wellcomeimages.org Mother Shipton: witch A collection of four hundred portraits. Published: circa 1880 Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Mother Shipton Prophecy written in 1449 And now an uncouth rhyme of what shall be in future timeFor […]

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God has already won

God Has Already Won

Silence, your love for God flows through your words. I feel your love for Christ and you are the real deal. I believe your knowledge comes from living amongst the belly of the beast for a large part of your career and your ministry is to share what you learned to those who will listen […]

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Saint Michael the Archangel prayer

The Archangel Michael

The Archangel Michael Michael in Islam is tasked with providing nourishment for bodies and souls and is also responsible for universal or environmental events, and is often depicted as the archangel of mercy. He is said to be friendly, asking God for mercy toward humans and is, according to Muslim legends, one of the first to obey […]

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Ecce Homo ("Behold the Man"), Antonio Ciseri's depiction of Pilate presenting a scourged Jesus to the people of Jerusalem

Sir Isaac Newton was a Nicodemite like Me

Ecce Homo (“Behold the Man”), Antonio Ciseri‘s depiction of Pilate presenting a scourged Jesus to the people of Jerusalem Isaac Newton was born on this day in 1643, his name is on a list of people said to be a “Nicodemite“. He was called a Nicodemite because he believed that the Roman Church had corrupted […]

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Melania Trump's NFT

Melania Trump Launches Melania’s Vision NFT

MELANIA’S VISION by Marc-Antoine Coulon, 2021 Limited Time Edition Sale ends Dec 31, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST Melania Trump’s personal journey has been enlightening; from Slovenia through Europe and into the United States of America — including as First Lady. The beauty and hardships of individuals, majestic landscapes and profound architecture have entered her […]

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House of Parliament, London, Great Britain

Why I love Great Britain by Jordan Peterson

The freedoms Britain granted the world are the most precious gift of all. We must preserve them – an important message from Jordan Peterson Jordan Peterson: In early December 2021 asked by a major British newspaper to write some words reflecting on my recent two-week visit to the UK. I had been invited, then disinvited, […]

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Lin Wood and DJT

#FightBack and Defending the Republic #Winning

Remember; “where’s Joey Bribes?” – February ‎4, ‎2021 I am writing in support of Lin Wood, he is on high legal and moral ground. I am also an ardent supporter of Sydney Powell and have built Silicon Forest (website) to help promote Defending the Republic. Every day I read commentary from both Lin and Sydney. […]

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Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face

Basilique Sainte-Thérèse de Lisieux Silly me to think Mother Theresa and Saint Therese were one and the same person, when in fact Mother Theresa chose the name because of Saint Therese. Recently I saw a video titled; How to Live “The Little Way” (of St Therese of Lisieux) and now I am inspired by what […]

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An illustration of the Spanish establishment at Yuquot at the time of Quadra and Vancouver’s visit in 1792.

Yuquat: Nootka Crisis

John Webber‘s Ship Cove, Queen Charlotte Sound, c. 1788 In a race with other European nation states to establish colonies, since the 1490s Spain had claimed sovereignty over the Pacific coast of North and South America. The Spanish developed an empire that by the 16th century included much of South America, Central America and Mexico. […]

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