The Scapegoat (1854 painting by William Holman Hunt)

Book of Leviticus and the Scapegoat

William Holman Hunt: The Scapegoat, 1854. The Book of Leviticus (/lɪˈvɪtɪkəs/) is the third book of the Torah and of the Old Testament; scholars generally agree that it developed over a long period of time, reaching its present form during the Persian Period between 538–332 BC. Today I was revisiting these scriptures and decided to share, interesting history of from the brother […]

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La Ceiba

La Ceiba on the Gulf of Honduras

Today I was invited to La Ceiba, to work on a project in a modern city growing in Honduras, where locals and Expats are developing the community of the future. The plan is to construct a new hospital to provide health care services and improve the benefits for workers of luxury eco-resorts. (NOTE: new hospital […]

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The central peaks of Mount Kenya are volcanic plugs that have resisted glacial erosion.[7] (Left to right: Point Thompson (4955m), Batian (5199m) and Nelion (5188m))

The Seerers of Mount Kenya and the Ark of the Covenant

The central peaks of Mount Kenya are volcanic plugs that have resisted glacial erosion. (Left to right: Point Thompson (4955m), Batian (5199m) and Nelion (5188m)) God called me out because I asked about the Ark of the Covenant, then people were drawn towards my message from Bob Marley, to lead me on this journey towards the promised land. Today […]

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Syilx Chief, Charlie Swkn̓cut

The Syilx People of the Okanagan Nation

Syilx Chief, Charlie Swkn̓cut Kelowna sits on the traditional, unceded territory of the Syilx/Okanagan people. This sculpture of historic Syilx Chief, Charlie Swkn̓cut, created by Crystal Przybille, features details signifying various aspects of Syilx culture. Kelowna, BC At the height of Syilx culture, about 3000 years ago, it is estimated that 12,000 people lived in […]

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Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe

Every year about this time (after Christmas holidays) I go searching online for the Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe. This year it’s not to lose weight but rather to cleanse my body, as I did indulge in anything delicious offered over the month of December and now it’s time for a cleanse. Travel is in the […]

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2017 M6 GT3 Art Car by Cao Fei

Bavarian Motor Works BMW X6

European design has always captured our collective imaginations and there was a time when “sports” car referred to European brands like Audi, Austin Martin, Bavarian Motor Works (BMW), Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes Benz, MGB and the iconic Porshe. Cars was added recently to this blog and since then only American models have been posted to […]

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Lin Wood Deus ex Machina

Deus ex Machina of the Greatest Show on Earth

As a devoted QAnon follower and hardcore Digital Soldier for Trump, I was totally impressed with the attorney Lin Wood when he appeared on the scene. So that you know, in case you don’t, there is no single person behind Q and when we achieved the primary objective it was “Game Over”. After November 3rd […]

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Peace, Love, Reggae and the War for Your Mind

Peace, Love, Reggae and the War for Your Mind

Peace, Love, Reggae is where I take refuge from the war that is raging for our mind. We are living in dangerous times and many people can’t see the social engineering for what it is (evil) and become brainwashed by mainstream news media. There’s a war on for your mind. ‘In a time of deceit […]

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Portrait of Beethoven as a young man, c. 1800, by Carl Traugott Riedel (1769–1832)

Ludwig van Beethoven is 250 Years Old

Beethoven Happy Birthday Ludwig van Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven was baptized 17 December 1770 – 26 March 1827 was a German composer and pianist. Beethoven remains one of the most admired composers in the history of Western music; his works rank amongst the most performed of the classical music repertoire. His works span the transition from […]

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Lake Okanagan

British Columbia in Winter

Okanagan Lake in winter British Columbia in winter has a magic all of it’s own, not always sunshine and rainbows but when the combination of elements and weather conditions come together a majesty unfolds and wilderness becomes art. There is nothing quite like the “snow crater” that forms beneath Wells Gray Provincial Park’s Helmcken Falls […]

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