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A Monk's Chronical -- 24 August MMXV -- Bargains Made with God

Bargains Made with God

The readings for last Thursday’s Mass were a preacher’s nightmare.  In the first, from the Book of Judges chapter 1, Jephthah vowed to sacrifice to God the first person he might see leaving his house, if God would grant him victory over the Ammonites.   1,273 more words

What's Your Poison? Taking Another Look At Alcohol

Why do you think alcohol has been so heavily promoted and is always the thing to do when you “go out?”  This may make you think twice about alcohol again.  With Quotes by Michael Tsarion.


Chief Justice Roberts and Knights of Malta

I’ve written and posted articles about CFR, Jesuits, Illuminati and their Satanic agenda but there is something very important that I didn’t put enough notice to. 232 more words


Monastic Orders - part 4: the military orders

Monastic military orders are inevitably associated with the crusades of the eleventh and twelfth centuries.  There were a number of European orders but the two most closely associated with the British isles are the Knights Hospitaller or to give them their full title the Knights of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem.   452 more words


Painting Doors

When I was approached by a local property owner in Malta seeking a novel concept for his front door, I was at first a little daunted by the prospect. 190 more words

Chloe Waterfield Art

UROKO: The True History of the Banking Cartels and the Federal Reserve

Published on Aug 6, 2012

Uroko is the Japanese word for ‘scale’, as in the scale of a fish or serpent. The Japanese expression “uroko ga me kara ochiru”, or, “scales fall from one’s eyes” is the English equivalent of “waking up to the truth”. 470 more words

Gravesend Characters Past (15): Henry R. Williams (1840-1904)

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Continuing the challenge posed by my fellow members of the Society for One-Place Studies that we blog about 52 residents of our respective places, I turn my attention to Henry R. 387 more words

Gravesend Characters