Category Archives: history

“The Donald” Trump

Donald J. Trump By now, everyone is familiar with the man who is the 45th President of the United States (POTUS). And yet, despite thousands of newspaper column inches and hundreds of television hours devoted to analyzing his every move, … Continue reading

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“Young One” Kim

Kim Jong-Un When Kim Jong-Un took over from his father as Supreme Leader of North Korea, most people saw him as just the “Young One”. They assumed he would be a pushover, someone that the USA could easily control. How … Continue reading

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Oro African Church

At the end of the Underground Railroad lived a community of people who had a strong faith. This is their church.

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Order of the Rose Cross

Just when you thought it was safe to read about the past again, a new insight rears its beautiful head. Forbidden Faith In Chapter 7 (Rosicrucianism and the Great Lodges) of the above-noted book, I came across a quote which … Continue reading

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Other Points in Time: Titanic Hits Iceberg

The History RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York City, US. The sinking of … Continue reading

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Opening Shots of WWIII?

One hundred years ago, yesterday, the United States of America entered The Great War. Last night, at 8:45 EDT, that same country may have sparked the beginning of yet another world war. The Aspects Sun – 17 Aries 24′ Moon … Continue reading

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Brexit: Article 50

On the 29th day of March 2017, at 12:30 pm, the United Kingdom, following the will of the people of Britain, handed the European Union a letter signalling their wish to be divorced from the rest of Europe. Why Does … Continue reading

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