Category Archives: history

The TTC: Toronto Transit Commission

This is a pictorial homage to a institution that I grew up with in the city of my birth: the Toronto Transit Commission. Streetcars My earliest memories include Sunday rides on streetcars, the Toronto tram system. They were steamy in … Continue reading

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Salvator Mundi

Leonardo’s last laugh? This picture has been attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, with an approximate date of 1500 AD. For years it was hidden under another image, one of a heavily bearded older man. When the paint was stripped back, … Continue reading

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Constantine the Philosopher a.k.a. St Cyril

A Man of Letters While researching for events coinciding with 862 AD (represented by my Neptune in Libra in the 10th House), I came across this little tidbit: In 862, the brothers began the work which would give them their … Continue reading

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Roland

A Legend in His Lifetime Whenever I start to do research on an historical figure, I get the feeling that I’ve been here before. Same with Count Roland. The only thing known for sure is that he died 15 August … Continue reading

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State of the Union: Two Roman Memories

I Remember Union: The Story of Mary Magdalena From the Preface: “I REMEMBER UNION is the story of Mary Magdalena, an endearing woman who remembers her oneness with spirit and with all things. This memory guides her to the vision … Continue reading

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Sinon: Synonymous with Treachery

Trojan War Spy We think of espionage as a fairly recent phenomenon, post Revolutionary War stuff. Well, I’m here to remind you that it’s been around a very long time, maybe even as far back as the actions of the … Continue reading

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“X” Marks the Spot

Have you ever wondered why this one letter of the alphabet is used so much more on its own than others? Maybe there’s a hidden message encoded in it. Pirate Treasure I was reading a post by David Wilcock a … Continue reading

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