Stir the possum…

Stir the possum, Australian: to instigate a debate on a controversial topic, especially in the public arena. – Macquarie Dictionary. I have stirred the possum on more than one occasion; in fact, I may be too well known for doing such. More often than not what is truly telling is not what I have done, but…

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St. Mercurius

St. Mercurius was a soldier, also known by the name Abu-Seifein, which in Arabic means, “the holder [literally, father] of two swords”, referring to a second sword given to him by Archangel Michael. The vision also led to his conversion to Christianity. Armed with St. Michael’s sword, Mercurius succeeded, with his army, in routing an…

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On the Name of God…

Why is the Name of God important? Without a Name, how can we call on Him; how can we have a relationship with Him; how can we experience Him? Names give identity; identity gives being; being gives affinity; affinity allows for relationship. This is why the so-called mystical Eastern religions fail; there is no inviolable…

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