Among living royals, Prince Henry Charles Albert David "Harry", Duke of Sussex (born 1984), grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, is the most popular to suggest as illegitimate. It's often claimed or speculated that, rather than being the son of Queen Elizabeth's eldest son Charles, Prince of Wales (born 1948) and his first wife Lady Diana … Continue reading Prince Harry Isn’t A Hewitt
I don't know about you, but I find looking at photos of space relaxing, beautiful and awe-inspiring. I included some general (but stunning) photos of space in my post The Glory of the Heavens. In this post, I'll be focusing on Mars. https://rense.com//general96/marspix/MARSTRAFFICLIGHT.jpg
It's Friday the 13th, and time to answer your questions in response to the Reader Request I posted on Sunday (which I extended to Facebook). MY AUNT SANDIE'S QUESTION In the Bible at the Last Supper.. Jesus filled the cup to over flowing and gave it saying... then he broke the bread and gave it … Continue reading Reader Request Friday November 13
I would've done an election post, but I haven't done a Reader Request in a while. So, ask me any question you want, and I'll do a post answering the questions on Friday! (Or maybe Saturday, if I'm too busy Friday.) And remember that I'm in Australia; if you're in the US, Canada, the UK, … Continue reading Reader Request Friday 13 November
Here is my Restored English Translation (RET) of Beresheet (Genesis) chapter 9. As usual, it contains the Hebrew names and the Aleph Tavs (although I now doubt them). A glossary of the Hebrew names used can be found at the end.
This chapter contains the infamous incident of Noah getting drunk, and Ham spotting him. This incident is very strange; verses 20-27 read (RET): “20 And Noach [Noah] began to be a man of the ground, and planted a vineyard. 21 And he drank from the wine, and was drunk. And he stripped himself inside his tent. 22 And saw Cham [Ham], the father of Kena’an[Canaan],את nakedness of his father; and he told to his two brothers outside. 23 And took Shem and Yefet [Japheth]את the garment and laid it on both their shoulders, and they went backwards, and covered את nakedness…
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J-M's History Corner 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 … Continue reading Halloween