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One Nation Under Who?

“One Nation Under God.” Are we? Our Constitution was written by men of God, bound together by the sufferings of their forefathers in Europe over the abuse of authority by so-called “men and women of God,” who ruled with self-righteousness, just like the Pharisees did during the times of Jesus—remembering that it was the so-called… Keep Reading

The Lasting Love for Sainte Sara

If you go to the festival in Saintes Maries de La Mer in the Camargue, Roma women will approach you to sell a trinket of Sainte Sara. The idea of buying one may be as alien to you as it was at first to me, but they need the money and you never know, you… Keep Reading

Paul explains why Women should be covering their hair

“If a man is wearing a long hair it is a disgrace to him, but if a woman has long hair, it is her glory?” (Apostle Paul, 1 Corinthians 11, 14-15) A prosecutor of early Christians Saul of Tarsus who later converted to Christ and became known as Paul is to be considered among scholars… Keep Reading

Worm-holes in Anglo-Saxon History

The snake in Anglo-Saxon England twists and turns on metal and stone, on jewellery and on the illustrated manuscripts that have survived from these centuries, snaking its way to create a philosophical and visceral sense of time and our pattern in time. The snake with its simple intertwining, uninterrupted by legs and arms becomes a… Keep Reading

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