Tagged: Deep State

Mary of Fatima’s message to the world is coming true

Over a series of three days in 1917, Mary, mother of Jesus, reportedly appeared in the skies over Fatima in Portugal. There were apparently three children who saw her and who said that, over a period of several months, Mary revealed to them three secrets, only two of which have been released in full by the Roman Catholic Church.

The Vatican is covering up the essence of the Third Message, and here I make the case that it is because it not only predicts a hellish Armageddon-like destruction for most of the world, but is also implicates high-ranking bishops and a “pope dressed in white” for causing it.

Now, normally I’m a little sceptical about visions. To my mind, they are usually an allegorical message meant only for the receiver, and apocalyptic symbols are more often astronomical and astrological, and not about events on Earth.

However, there are three reasons why I am taking this one more seriously:

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When Narcissists Attack! – Trump, NPD and the New World Order

If you’re feeling quite overwhelmed by the utter madness that seems to be triggering all around you ever since Trump took office in the White House, there’s a straightforward explanation once you understand about narcissism.

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Know Your Deep State

You’re wondering why everything is so confusing right now and even if you’re given the opportunity to vote, or to support a political party, you don’t know who to back?

That’s probably because the Deep State, which all over all the political parties like a nasty rash, is actually now at war with itself. It’s really nothing much to do with us cannon-fodder except if we can figure out who is going to promote our best interests, at least we will know who to cheer from the sidelines as these two primeval monsters slug it out. Continue reading

Woman in Gold – a metaphor for knowing your enemy

I watched Helen Mirren last night in Woman In Gold, the story of how an Austrian women recovered her family’s portrait of her aunt Adele, the woman in question who was painted by Gustav Klimt for this stunning masterpiece in gold leaf that had been stolen during World War Two by the Nazis.

I found the film to be very moving, and it hit me on so many levels because it brought up parallel issues in our situation today. So please forgive me for breaking Godwin’s Law in highlighting these.

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