Review: 30 Prophecies: One Story — The Domain for Truth (Reblog)

A wee-kids Wednesday this afternoon book review for parents and for children!  Here’s one I definitely recommend!   Paul Reynolds. 30 Prophecies: One Story.  Ross-Shire, UK: Christian Focus Publications, November 8th 2019. 96 pp. 5 out of 5 Purchase: Westminster | Amazon Is it possible to have a children’s book on Messianic prophecies about Jesus Christ?  I think […]Review: … Continue reading Review: 30 Prophecies: One Story — The Domain for Truth (Reblog)

Predictions (not Prophecies) for 2021! — TheWeeFlea.com (Reblog)

This weeks Christian Today column    The ‘prophets’ who gave us a ‘word from the Lord’ that Donald Trump was certainly going to be re-elected should be thankful that we no longer live in the theocratic State of Israel and that they are not subject to the command of being put to death for false […]Predictions … Continue reading Predictions (not Prophecies) for 2021! — TheWeeFlea.com (Reblog)

Lunar Calendar could link the Prophet Jeremiah to Ireland. — Kalapu Fe`ofa`aki

The Planetstoday.com program show the earth, moon and the sun position in relation to the constellations, for the constellation are almost fix at the same position throughout the years. The earth takes about13 New Moon to complete a cycle around the sun, 28 days a month. The key to understand ancient calendar is to wait […]Lunar … Continue reading Lunar Calendar could link the Prophet Jeremiah to Ireland. — Kalapu Fe`ofa`aki

Is Life ‘A Simple Game’? The Visionary B-Side from 1968 — Astrology Musings

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC3Ngeqzr98 This is one of my favourite Moody Blues' songs, composed by keyboardist Mike Pinder in 1968, at a time when the world was convulsed with anger, riot, division, assassination and talk of revolution. *Please take note of the lyrics. Released as a B Side to 'Ride My See-saw', and later covered wonderfully by The … Continue reading Is Life ‘A Simple Game’? The Visionary B-Side from 1968 — Astrology Musings

Book Review: ‘Beyond The Time Barrier’, by Andrew Tomas

Aliens, Atlantis, Ancient Astronauts... I'm not sure I believe in any of that these days. However, time was, when once a green teenager, that books like Andrew Tomas' 'Beyond The Time Barrier' published in 1974 by Sphere Books Ltd., fired my imagination, which is no bad thing. What first drew me to the book was … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Beyond The Time Barrier’, by Andrew Tomas