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Operation Dynamo

Dunkirk Evacuation “On 26 May, Lord Gort received two telegrams, one from Anthony Eden, another from the War Office. The first warned him that evacuation might prove necessary, the second confirmed that it was now necessary. In overall charge of … Continue reading

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Chernobyl: Pluto’s Power Surge?

Triggered by a Lunar Eclipse I was alerted to this fact by a book from Dan Green called The Murder of Mary Magdalen. On the day of the lunar eclipse, he and his family had visited Rennes-le-Château by ‘spiritual appointment’ … Continue reading

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Total Eclipse of the Heart

Solar Eclipse 2017 There has been a bit of excitement concerning the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21st. As always there is a lunar eclipse that happens two weeks before which is also important. But the more significant is what … Continue reading

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Chariot of the Gods “Merkabah, also spelled Merkaba, is the divine light vehicle allegedly used by ascended masters to connect with and reach those in tune with the higher realms. “Mer” means Light. “Ka” means Spirit. “Ba” means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba … Continue reading

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Leo – The Lion

The fifth sign of the zodiac Its symbol is possibly an emblem representing the phallus, as used in ancient Dionysian mysteries. It is also an emblem of the Sun’s fire, heat or creative energy. The Sun is in Leo annually … Continue reading

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Cancer – The Crab

The fourth sign of the zodiac Its symbol, presumably the folded claws of a crab, probably is intended to symbolize the joining together of a male and female spermatozoa — as indicative of the most maternal of all the signs. … Continue reading

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End of Time – Mayan Style

Doomsday? As an end of the world prediction, this one gained a lot of traction, especially in the time leading up to December 21, 2012. But the hype was based on a misunderstanding: it was the end of the ‘long … Continue reading

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