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The Dearest Month in All the Year...

December Twenty-Sixteen (Correct!)

Hello again, My Dears.

Quick shout-out to whoever got the Mr. Fezziwig reference from the Albert Finney rendition of A Christmas Carol. I don’t actually cherish December more than the other months – it’s a’ight – but subjectively speaking for the particularly trying year of 2016, December was probably the high point. 603 more words

Dragon

How will I Explain it to my Child?

First, they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”                          -Mahatma Gandhi

My child,

I want you to know that I was proud to vote for Donald Trump. 974 more words

Political Statements

Bible 2016: 22 October Daily Bible Reading

Context and Comment:

Nebuchadnezzar II lived c. 634 – 562 b.C. He reigned c. 605 – 562 b.C. as a Chaldean king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. 2,959 more words

Current Thoughts

Alfonso X's Lapidario: Stones, Stars and Colours

I’ve been down a bit of rabbit hole over the last couple of days which others may have already been down. I was looking once more at the Zodiac folios, in particular Taurus.  1,331 more words

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Separation and Connection between the Assyrian and Chaldean Traditions

Having served for many years as a bishop of the Assyrian Church of the East in California, Ashur Soro began to see the similarities between his tradition and the branch of Catholicism called the Chaldean Church. 190 more words

Ashur Soro

Basics of Chaldean Numerology

Where did Numerology come from?

Chaldean Numerology is a practice that has been around since the ancient civilizations roamed the planet. From the Hindus to the Egyptians, among many more, numbers were known to have daily effects on the lives of the every day person.  978 more words

Chaldean

Canadian priest allegedly gambled away $500,000 of refugee aid

A Canadian Catholic priest has been charged with stealing over $500,000 intended for resettling Syrian refugees, and then gambling it away. An article in The Guardian… 62 more words

Refugees