Merry Christmas

Posted on August 28th, 2017

IN THE NEWS TODAY: Teacher teaching kindergarden kids about trans-gender topic. (Are you people out of your fricken mind!?!?) Kindergarden-aged child decides to change gender, next year, friend sees him (or her, can’t remember which gender ) on the playground, calls him (or her) by the name she knows him (or her) by (from the […]

Excerpt: Meet the Flinstones

Posted on May 3rd, 2016

MEET THE FLINTSTONES In what they call the ‘High Middle Ages,’ the couple of centuries that followed the taking of Jerusalem by the crusaders and which preceded a nasty period in Europe marked by the black plague, there were a number of prominent dynastic families that controlled much of the lands from Flanders (roughly modern […]

St. Andrews, the Old Course

Posted on July 14th, 2015

This weekend, players from around the world will  play in the British open at the Old Course at St. Andrews.   This is the oldest course, as far as anyone knows, in golf.  Originally it had 22 holes on it, and at some point it was decided that four of the holes were too short. […]

Rennes-le-Chateau pt2

Posted on June 9th, 2015

Two years before Henry Lincoln bought his copy of Le Tresor Maudit, a man named Philippe de Cherisey declared that the parchments reproduced in the book were fakes, and that he was the faker.  We can assume that Henry Lincoln was unaware if this fact, for he pursued his research on the assumption that Berenger […]

Rennes-le-Chateau pt1

Posted on March 6th, 2014

Henry Lincoln got sucked into the research and the writing that he and his two co-writers did which led to the publishing of Holy Blood Holy Grail when he bought a book while on vacation about the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau, a small church in southern France.  That led him to produce 3 documentaries about the […]

Elves and Fairies pt 3

Posted on February 21st, 2014

I’ll be quite busy this next week (found a job, finally, whoo-hoo! – and am moving – yuck) and may not have time to write much, but I wanted to sort of tie up the “Elf” thing, which is related to my earlier posts titled ‘The Roman Church vs. the Descendants of Jesus and his […]

Terdelaschoye

Posted on February 18th, 2014

Any readers out there who have read any of my recent posts might be thinking that I’m a complete lunatic, off my rocker.  I assure you, I am neither.   Think of it this way – there were once a people, a very (generally speaking, apparently) intelligent, foresightful, proud, tall and fair-skinned people who were […]

Elves and Fairies pt 2

Posted on February 16th, 2014

I ended my previous post, ‘Elves and Fairies pt 1,’ as follows: The people William the Conqueror and his Church-backed feudalists overthrew, eventually were (virtually) exterminated. Once a tall, proud, and sophisticated people (of which Jesus’ family was blood-related to, “race-wise”), we remember them now only as elves and fairies. (Actually, it was BECAUSE the […]

Elves and Fairies pt 1

Posted on February 15th, 2014

I renamed my short introductory post titled ‘Elves and Fairies,’ adding ‘Introduction.’ Here, I will quote from my (unfinished) book.  Some of this appears in my post about Alfred the Great (he was, as we remember his race, an “elf.”) —————————- PART TWO – ELVES AND FAIRIES 7. WHAT’S IN A NAME? Scotland was once […]

Elves and Fairies – Introduction

Posted on February 10th, 2014

OK, I’ve skirted this long enough.   I’ve used the word “elven” in a few of my recent posts, so it’s time I came out of the closet. You can’t really understand the ‘big picture,’ IMO, if you don’t recognize that there were a people (more like a “race”) who were thrown from power and […]

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