Today - October 31st - is Halloween.  A day when many children dress up as goblins, witches, and other horrid things and go about getting treats from strangers (although this practice is becoming dangerous). What is the origin of Halloween? Here is an interesting article on the subject: Few pagan festivals have a history as … Continue reading Halloween


Mystery Blogger Award

Almost a month ago now, Thony from https://markanthonyswall.wordpress.com nominated me for the Mystery Blogger Award.  Thanks, Thony! https://markanthonyswall.wordpress.com/2018/10/04/mystery-blogger-award/ OK, so it's not a direct nomination.  It's an open nomination for anyone reading it.  (I normally don't respond to those - unless I'm already a follower when it's posted, which I was in this case.) This … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award

Equality. How real is it?

Excellent article.  The midterms are just around the corner.  Which party is it that wants to enforce faked and forced “equality”?

One day at a time...

It has been recently announced that the new Doctor Who will be played by a female. Great! Fantastic! Is it? I have no clue; never watched that series; never heard of that actress before; probably will never watch it in the future, either. But the Internet is celebrating as if all the world’s wars came to an end.

For those of you who do not know what “Doctor Who” is all about – the show is about “the Doctor”, who travels the Universe in his time-travelling spaceship, helping different civilizations. The show started in the 1960s, and has since seen 12 different people play the main role. Because the very first “Doctor” started getting sick a few years into the show, the writers decided to write in a story about regeneration through reincarnation, which made it possible for different people to play the same character for years. All of the…

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Restored English Translation of Genesis: Chapter 20

G'day, and welcome to another installment of the Restored English Translation (RET) of the Bible, which I am working on.  Today, I present Beresheet (Genesis) chapter 20.  As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them afterwards.  At the very end is a list of where the Aleph Tavs occur, as they … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Genesis: Chapter 20

The Canon of Scripture, Part 5: The Other Books of Enoch

It's been a while since I've last published a Canon of Scripture article.  For those who haven't read them, here are the 4 previous ones: The Apocrypha Enoch and Jubilees Jasher The Other Books of Baruch OK, so now that we're up to date, let's look at 3 more books not included in out Protestant … Continue reading The Canon of Scripture, Part 5: The Other Books of Enoch

Will the migrant caravan headed north from Honduras have implications for US midterm elections?

And which party is it that wants to bring these INVADERS into the US without ANY checks or vetting, complete open borders?

Refugee Resettlement Watch

I think, yes, if they continue northward.

Yesterday, the migrants numbering between 1,600 and 2,000, chanting “We have rights,” crossed the border from Honduras into Guatemala with the intention of illegally crossing in to Mexico.

Migrant caravan Yikes! the caravan is made up of mostly young men! It looks just like the European invasion!

Just a reminder to all, these are not refugees.

(See my most recent discussionabout the misuse of the word ‘refugee.’)

They are mostly economic migrants, but the Leftwing Open Borders advocates will say they are seeking asylum from persecution for their race, religion, political view, and will call them refugees.

If that is the case, they are required to ask for asylum in the first safe country they enter.

I know you are saying as you read this that Mexico isn’t safe, but indeed it is considered so for the purpose of asylum.  It will be a…

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