Today’s Lesson: Interpret “A Day In the Life” film and song by the Beatles in 1966. At 1:00, John and Ringo are shown, sitting somewhat dejected off to the side, and not included in what looks like a triumphal photo of the victorious English Army. This one photo alone should be enough to tell us what’s going on. A man in a suit is pushing … Continue reading A Day In The Life
Evolution to the evolutionary theorist means having cycles and cataclysms, revolutions and breakdowns, as in Marxist theology and Communism, whereas Christian and Catholic development does not require these things at all… Continue reading The Flynns sell America for a Half Million Dollar Downpayment or: Why is This Better Than Feudalism?
The biggest deception of all… Continue reading Deception
Before Claudius As Emperor of Rome, there was the first Caesar “Augustus” Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus] (10 BC-AD 54), Roman emperor, was born at Lugdunum [London?] on 1 August 10 BC. His father was Nero Claudius Drusus, brother of the emperor Tiberius, and at the time governor of Gaul; his mother was Antonia, the daughter of Marcus Antonius and Octavia, the sister of the emperor … Continue reading Caesar Augustus: His Descendants and their Imposters