Posts Tagged Freemason

Neither He nor She

indexFallen man is no longer perfect. In the midst of these imperfections, mankind struggles to be perfect again. Like a frog in a well, that struggle is futile. The only hope is for someone outside the well to extricate the struggling frog. Unless mankind recognises this fundamental truth, all efforts to strive for a better world will be in vain. At the personal level, that struggle takes different forms. Some are born blind and disabled. Some started life, and ended in ghettos. Some are unsure of their sexuality – he or she? It is not their fault to be in such predicament. But the options are the same. They are in a well, and will remain so else external aid from outside the well is sought. Read the rest of this entry »

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Georgia Guidestones: More Mystery

indexThe Georgia Guidestones have attracted much speculation as to its purpose. There is no logical rationale for erecting the stones onto which bizarre inscriptions were carved. Based on the inscriptions and the Egyptian hieroglyph symbols, a plausible reason is that it is symbolically linked to occult practices. But why are the stones placed there? Who really is behind the placement? The site is apparently fitted with surveillance cameras, which begs another question – who is in charge of the surveillance? Read the rest of this entry »

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Long Live the Queen

queenIn a Business Insider article (6 March 2015) entitled “The death of Queen Elizabeth will be the most disruptive event in Britain in the last 70 years”, several interesting observations were made. Why does the Queen of England wield so much influence at home and abroad? Granted many Commonwealth countries still have links to the Crown following a period of British colonisation, most of these once-colonised counties have since been granted independence. But “reverence” still lingers. Some like Australian premier Tony Abbot who is a monarchist still prefers not to severe the umbilical cord but to remain subservient to the Crown.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Smell of Death

King-World-News-Roberts-2282015Killing people is the latest fad. ISIS goes about killing people in cold blood and in the most grotesque ways that one can imagine. Irrational Islamic terrorists went on the rampage in USA, Sydney, Paris, Copenhagen. All these are occurring in the “Western world”. Then there was a spate of banker “suicides”. For now. Then it happened yesterday in a high-profile assassination in Moscow. Boris Nemtsov, a veteran opposition figure in Russia, was gunned down in a drive-by attack in central Moscow. Can we stop the contagion before it spreads to other peaceful countries? Read the rest of this entry »

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Obama’s Selfie Take

obama-buzzfeed-620x362jpg-64c55eaf8f41631aEveryone has the right to have light moments, let the hair down so to speak. Presidents and kings are no more different from the common man on the streets. There are times to be serious. And there are times to relax and enjoy the simple things in life, like smelling the flowers and enjoying the company of family and friends. The tendency is to set different standards for different groups of people in the human-created caste system. There are behavioral forms and norms that are not acceptable to certain groups, but are acceptable when applied to another group. What would your reaction be watching Obama’s latest Obamacare promotion selfie (read “Selfie – The Selfish Me)? Read the rest of this entry »

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The All-Seeing Eye

indexSydney Morning HeraldGoogle boss Eric Schmidt predicted the internet will soon be so pervasive in every facet of our lives that it will effectively “disappear” into the background.

Speaking to the business and political elite at the World Economic Forum at Davos, Schmidt said: “There will be so many sensors, so many devices, that you won’t even sense it, it will be all around you.”

It will be part of your presence all the time. Imagine you walk into a room and… you are interacting with all the things going on in that room.” 

“A highly personalised, highly interactive and very interesting world emerges.”    (red emphasis mine) Read the rest of this entry »

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Parisan Solidarity

_80198533_cafc55ca-47c5-4442-acb5-0bff2eb01a94CNBCMore than 3.7 million people marched in the streets of Paris and across France on Sunday in a defiant display of unity against terrorism and racism, after the deadliest attacks on French soil in more than half a century struck the nation at its core.

The dense and determined crowd flooded Paris’s Place de la Republique to pay tribute to the 17 victims murdered in attacks over three days last week by Islamist extremists targeting French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, police forces and a Jewish supermarket. More than 50 foreign leaders from Europe, the Middle East and Africa linked arms around President François Hollande at the start the march.

“Paris is today the capital of the world,” Mr Hollande said. “France is going to rise to its best.”
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Beware the Beast

666Two thousand years ago, an old man by the name of John was incarcerated at the island of Patmos. In those days, Patmos was used by the Romans for political prisoners such as John. John did no crime other than being faithful to his Jesus whom he had been associated with while Jesus walked on earth. It was here that history took a major step forward. John was given a “revelation” of Jesus Himself. In that stunning series of visions, the future of the world was played out before John, leaving him stunned as frightening scenes of disasters were flashed before him. Read the rest of this entry »

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One Language, One World

Is-This-The-Greatest-Invention-Since-The-Telephone-1728x800_cKing World NewsA world where there are no more language barriers might not be too far away – online, at least.
Skype has now released the beta version of its live translation tool, allowing people to speak to others in another language – even if they don’t know what they’re saying.
The tool translates speech instantly, providing both text and spoken translations.
You can sign up for the beta version of Skype Translator now on their website.
For now the public version is only able to translate between English and Spanish – and you need a Windows 8.1 device to use it.
But it will eventually have more than 40 languages available letting people of many countries speak to one another with ease.


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Symbols and Secrets

yinyangJohn F. Kennedy Address before the American Newspaper Publishers Association, April 27, 1961

The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings (reference to Freemasons). We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions (the cries of terrorism today).
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