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The hello and goodbye place

22 February,  1960
Opening of the new Christchurch Airport terminal, designed by Paul Pascoe.

Yesterday, February 22nd, was the third anniversary of Christchurch’s devastating earthquake. 168 more words

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I-UV Sweden - Oliver Troll - Bank Of International Settlement's BEing And DOing...- 22 February 2014


Why the documents were not accepted by the banks further down! For those that does not know UCC-filings are filed at serveral archives. One of the archives is placed in Washington and can be found…
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Grandpaw Koyote Live - 22 February 2014

Uploaded on 22 February 2014 by Grandpaw Peter Koyote Ole Grandpaw’s coming back to Life… And, bringing you along too…

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Wes Annac - What Is The Divine Plan? – Part 2 - 22 February 2014

Written by Wes Annac, the Aquarius Paradigm

Continued from Part 1

As Silver Birch tells us below, our companions beyond the veil act in alignment with the divine plan by seeking to help us remember spirit. 1,206 more words

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Lisa Gawlas - The Breath Of Life – Creator Energy - 22 February 2014

It really is amazing how exciting this game is getting when you get over yourself (speaking souly of myself here.)  I am really starting to understand the greater importance to Being the Living Meditation, it really is so much more than I ever thought it was, thanks to my inability to talk beyond a whisper.   1,731 more words

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John Ward - The Saturday Essay: How The Power Mania Of A Whoring Political Class Is Killing Common Sense - 22 February 2014

Far from being common, sound sense is nearly extinct

Why, I wonder, do we call a vital resource in such short supply, common sense? I watched last night (on various news channels in order to protect my brain) as the EU’s foreign ministers (not including us of course, because we’re no longer worth it) beamed smiles and shook hands between two sets of rivals, both of whom left the session despising the other side every bit as much as they had beforehand. 2,251 more words

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