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#103 Jan 16, 2013
Renee-Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle

The village of Le Seure is a small village located west of France. The town of Le Seure is located in the department of Charente-Maritime of the french region Poitou-Charentes. The town of Le Seure is located in the township of Burie part of the district of Saintes. The area code for Le Seure is 17426 (also known as code INSEE), and the Le Seure zip code is 17770.
Geography and map of Le Seure :
The altitude of the city hall of Le Seure is approximately 16 meters. The Le Seure surface is 5.68 km ². The latitude and longitude of Le Seure are 45.791 degrees North and 0.366 degrees West. Nearby cities and towns of Le Seure are : Mesnac (16370) at 1.56 km, Migron (17770) at 2.88 km, Saint-Sulpice-de-Cognac (16370) at 3.61 km, Mons (17160) at 3.76 km, Prignac (17160) at 4.41 km, Burie (17770) at 4.92 km, Cherves-Richemont (16370) at 5.38 km, Villars-les-Bois (17770) at 5.54 km.(The distances to these nearby towns of Le Seure are calculated as the crow flies)

19] The Prose Lancelot of the Vulgate Cycle mentions a sword called Seure, which belonged to the king but was used by Lancelot in one battle.[20]
vRené-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle
Renée of France was a 16th century French princess
Pronunciation /rəˈne&# 618;/; French:[ʁə ˈne]
Gender Female
Word/Name French, Latin
Meaning reborn, born again
Other names
Related names René, Renata

The name Robert is a Germanic given name, from Old High German Hruodberht "bright with glory" (a compound of hruod "fame, glory" and berht "bright"). It is also in use as a surname.[1][2]

After becoming widely used in Continental Europe it entered England in its Old French form Robert, where an Old English cognate form (Hrēodbēorht , Hrodberht, Hrēodbēorð, Hrœdbœrð, Hrœdberð) had existed before the Norman Conquest. The feminine version is Roberta. The Italian form is Roberto.

Cavalier was the name used by Parliamentarians for a Royalist supporter of King Charles I and son Charles II during the English Civil War, the Interregnum, and the Restoration (1642 – c. 1679). Prince Rupert, commander of much of Charles I's cavalry, is often considered an archetypical Cavalier.[1]
Salle is the French word for 'hall','room' or 'auditorium',

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#104 Jan 23, 2013
In my book (fiction for novel) ,the third (minds) eye is right in the middle of the forehead just in front above the eyes and all visions are always precisely the same size,and distance from the front of the face,a little smaller than the size of a major league baseball,and lower than the middle of the forehead.There is no blur or fading.They only occur during times of prolonged extreme stress or agitation.You do your best and god does the rest. they have priority over your regular eyesight as all attention is directed solely upon the vision,The visions appear to be eternal as they(precision) do not dissappear from memory.They appear to be tied to emotions also as the same feeling is felt when bringing back up the memory.

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#105 Jan 28, 2013
Old Michaelmas Day

Old Michaelmas Day falls on October 11 (October 10 according to some sources). According to an old legend, blackberries should not be picked after this date. This is because, so folklore goes, Satan was banished from Heaven on this day, fell into a blackberry bush and cursed the brambles as he fell into them. In Yorkshire, it is said that the devil had spat on them. According to Morrell (1977), this old legend is well known in all parts of the United Kingdom, even as far north as the Orkney Islands. In Cornwall, a similar legend prevails, however, the saying goes that the devil urinated on them.

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#106 Feb 2, 2013
Nostradamus uses the word “midy,” or people of the south,. Some people have claimed the word “Levant” applies to the Isle de Levant, a small island off the coast of France close to Hyeres. Others have claimed it signifies Japan, as in “soleil levant” or the rising sun. However, in Nostradamus’ time, it would have been understood as the Levant coast, stretching from Syria through Lebanon and Israel, to the Egyptian border in the eastern Mediterranean. The word “Escarboucles” means carbuncle or garnet, which is poppy or blood red, and signifies revolution. The famine mentioned at the end of the Sixain is of world wide proportions.

Treasure Island 1996 April lunar eclipse/moon blood red between 1 & 3 in afternoon

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#107 Feb 3, 2013
Nostradamus uses the word “midy,” or people of the south,. Some people have claimed the word “Levant” applies to the Isle de Levant, a small island off the coast of France close to Hyeres. Others have claimed it signifies Japan, as in “soleil levant” or the rising sun. However, in Nostradamus’ time, it would have been understood as the Levant coast, stretching from Syria through Lebanon and Israel, to the Egyptian border in the eastern Mediterranean. The word “Escarboucles” means carbuncle or garnet, which is poppy or blood red, and signifies revolution. The famine mentioned at the end of the Sixain is of world wide proportions.

treasure island 1996 April lunar eclipse/moon blood red 1- 3pm in afternoon

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#109 Mar 6, 2013
Oystermouth Castle
12th Century
Construction materials
In use
1106 to about 1650

City and County of Swansea council
Oystermouth Castle (Castell Ystum Llwynarth,angel win atr high)) is a Norman stone castle in Wales, overlooking Swansea
There is evidence that the Romans were based in Mumbles in a villa on the site of the present All Saints Church in Oystermouth. When the site was being extended in 1860, workmen removing a bank of earth on the south side of the original building accidentally broke up a Roman tessellated pavement, or mosaic floor. This was previously a pagan site, as were many sites of worship in the UK which subsequently became places of worship at the onset of Christianity. Indeed, in this area it has been reported that Romano British gentlemen of Roman Wales may have eaten oysters from the oysterbeds off the shore below the site at Oystermouth, or Ystumllwynarth. The Norman Castle at Oystermouth was built during the first half of the 12th century - one of many castles built in Gower as a defence against the native Welsh Princes who sought to re- claim the lands stolen by the Norman invaders.[
Zz Llwynarth
(Ll angel win art high)
y means input
Oystermouth Castle (Castell Ystum Llwynarth) is a Norman stone castle in Wales, overlooking Swansea
In the Gospel of Thomas
A version of the parable also appears in the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas (Saying 76):
Jesus said, "The Father's kingdom is like a merchant who had a supply of merchandise and found a pearl. That merchant was prudent; he sold the merchandise and bought the single pearl for himself. So also with you, seek his treasure that is unfailing, that is enduring, where no moth comes to eat and no worm destroys."
— Gospel of Thomas 76, Patterson/Meyer translation
This work's version of the parable of the Hidden Treasure appears later (Saying 109), rather than immediately preceding, as in Matthew.[8] However, the mention of a treasure in Saying 76 may reflect a source for the Gospel of Thomas in which the parables were adjacent,[8] so that the original pair of parables has been "broken apart, placed in separate contexts, and expanded in a manner characteristic of folklore."[8] In Gnostic thought the pearl may represent Christ or the true self.[8] In the Gnostic Acts of Peter and the Twelve, found with the Gospel of Thomas in the Nag Hammadi library, the travelling pearl merchant Lithargoel is eventually revealed to be Jesus.[9]
Ze is derived from the Greek letter Zeta (Ζ ζ).(catherine zeta jones is from mumbles)
In the Early Cyrillic alphabet its name was зе&#10 84;ля (zemlja), meaning "earth". The shape of the letter originally looked like a Greek letter Z similar to modern Latin Z with a tail on the bottom (majuscule: Ꙁ, minuscule: ꙁ).
In the Cyrillic numeral system, Ze had a value of 7.
Medieval Cyrillic manuscripts and Church Slavonic printed books have two variant forms of the letter Ze: З/з and Ꙁ/ꙁ. Some early grammars tried to give a phonetical distinction to these forms (like palatalized vs. nonpalatalized sound), the system had no further development. Ukrainian scribes and typographers were regularly using З/з in an initial position, and Ꙁ/ꙁother wise (a system in use till the end of the 19th century). Typographers from the Great Russia also knew the two shapes, but have used the second form mostly in the case of two З's in row: ЗꙀ(the system in use till mid-18th century).
The civil (Petrine) script knows only one shape of the letter: З/з. However, shapes similar to Z/z can be used in certain stylish typefaces.
In callygraphy and in general handwritten text, lowercase з can be written either fully over the baseline (similar to the printed form) or with the lower half under the baseline and with the loop (for the Russian language, a standard shape since the middle of the 20th century).

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#110 Mar 6, 2013
Logan Square refers to both one of the 77 city-designated community
areas as well as a smaller neighborhood located within that community
area on the northwest side of the City of Chicago. The Logan Square
neighborhood is centered on the public square that serves as its
namesake, located at the three-way intersection of Milwaukee Avenue,
Logan Boulevard and Kedzie Boulevard.

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#112 Mar 9, 2013
Matthew 17:12 (on page 1217 KJV)

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But I say unto you, That Elias is come already, and they knew him not, but have done unto him whatsoever they listed. Likewise shall also the Son of man suffer of them.

- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Pure Cambridge Edition

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#113 Mar 12, 2013
St John Berchmns born 3/13/1599

“On the 19th of October I was obliged to report to the infirmary, and I did not leave it until the 15th of December, the day after the one on which God was pleased to manifest His Power and Mercy in my behalf. During all this time I was dangerously ill, vomiting blood two and three times a day, with constant fever and violent headaches the greater part of the time; and still the pain in my side continued.”

“I do not think I had eaten an ounce of food for about forty days. During that time I had taken nothing but a little coffee or tea, which for a week before I recovered I could no longer take. And for two weeks no medicine had been administered. The doctor said it was useless to torture me more. So, he stopped giving me any. The last two days I was unable to take even a drop of water.”

“I endured the pangs of death. My body was drawn up with pain; my hands and feet were cramped and as cold as death. All my sickness had turned to inflammation of the stomach and throat. My tongue was raw and swollen. I was not able to speak for two days. At each attempt to utter a word, the blood would gush from my mouth.”

“Being unable to speak, I said in my heart:“Lord, Thou Who seest how I suffer, if it be for your honor and glory and the salvation of my soul, I ask through the intercession of Blessed Berchmans a little relief and health. Otherwise give me patience to the end. I am resigned.” Then, placing the image of Blessed Berchmans on my mouth, I said:“if it be true that you can work miracles, I wish you would do something for me. If not, I will not believe in you.”

“I can say without scruple of fear of offending God: I heard a voice whisper,“Open your mouth.” I did so as well as I could. I felt someone, as if put their finger on my tongue, and immediately I was relieved. I then heard a voice say in a distinct and loud tone:“Sister, you will get the desired habit. Be faithful. Have confidence. Fear not.”

“I had not yet opened my eyes. I did not know who was by my bedside. I turned round and said aloud: But, Mother Moran, I am well!”

“Then, standing by my bedside, I saw a figure, He held in his hands a cup, and there were some lights near him, at this beautiful sight I was afraid. I closed my eyes and asked:“Is it Blessed Berchmans? He answered: Yes, I come by the order of God. Your sufferings are over. Fear not!”

“For the glory of Blessed John Berchmans, whose name be ever blessed! I deem it my duty to declare here, that from the moment of the cure I never experienced the slightest return of my former ailments. My flesh and strength returned instantaneously, I was able to follow all the exercises of community life from that moment. So that, after two months of cruel suffering and great attenuation of bodily strength from the want of food, I was in an instant restored to perfect health without a moment’s convalescence and could eat of everything indiscriminately, I who for thirty-eight days previous could not support a drop of water.”

“The doctor called to see me that evening, and what was his surprise to see me meet him at the door. He was so overcome that he almost fainted, and Mother, perceiving it, said:‘It is you, doctor, who needs a chair!’

Doctor examined the condition of my mouth and tongue, testified to their being well and that my appearance was that of a person in perfect health. The good doctor next inquired if I had eaten anything, and when the waiter containing remnants of my dinner was brought to him, he expressed anew his surprise, and once more declared that no human means could have ever produced such an effect.

Dr. Millard’s sworn statement of February 4, 1867, reads as follows:“Not being able to discover any marks of convalescence, but an immediate return to health from a most severe and painful illness, I am unable to explain the transition by any ordinary natural laws

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#114 Mar 16, 2013
Saint Leonard, Abbot of Noblac
Honored in
Roman Catholic Church,
Anglican Church
November 6
depicted as an abbot holding chains, fetters or locks, or manacles.
political prisoners, imprisoned people, prisoners of war, and captives, women in labour, as well as horses
Leonard of Noblac or of Limoges or de Noblet (also known as Lienard, Linhart, Leonhard, Léonard, Leonardo, Annard)(died traditionally in 559), is a Frankish saint closely associated with the town and abbey of Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat, in Haute-Vienne, in the Limousin (region) of France.
[hide]•1 Traditional biography
•2 Diffusion of cult
•3 Veneration
•4 Gallery
•5 References
•6 Further reading
•7 External links
[edit]Traditional biography
According to the romance that accrued to his name, recorded in an 11th-century vita, Leonard was a Frankish noble in the court of Clovis I, founder of the Merovingian dynasty. He was converted to Christianity along with the king, at Christmas 496, by Saint Remigius, Bishop of Reims. Leonard asked Clovis to grant him personally the right to liberate prisoners whom he would find worthy of it, at any time.
Leonard secured the release of a number of prisoners, for whom he has become a patron saint, then, declining the offer of a bishopric— a prerogative of Merovingian nobles— he entered the monastery at Micy near Orléans, under the direction of Saint Mesmin and Saint Lie. Then, according to his legend, Leonard became a hermit in the forest of Limousin, where he gathered a number of followers. Through his prayers the queen of the Franks was safely delivered of a male child, and in recompense Leonard was given royal lands at Noblac, 21 km (13 mi) from Limoges. It is likely that the toponym was derived from the Latin family name Nobilius and the common Celtic element -ac, simply denoting a place. There he founded the abbey of Noblac, around which a village grew, named in his honour Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat.
According to legend, prisoners who invoked him from their cells saw their chains break before their eyes. Many came to him afterwards, bringing their heavy chains and irons to offer them in homage. A considerable number remained with him, and he often gave them part of his vast forest to clear and make ready for the labours of the fields, that they might have the means to live an honest life.
[edit]Diffusion of cult
In the 12th century, although there is no previous mention of Leonard either in literature, liturgy or in church dedications,[1] his cult rapidly spread, at first through Frankish lands, following the release of Bohemond I of Antioch in 1103 from a Danishmend prison, where the successful diplomacy was inspired by Leonard of Noblac. Bohemond, a charismatic leader of the First Crusade, subsequently visited the Abbey of Noblac, where he made an offering in gratitude for his release. Bohemond's example inspired many similar gifts, enabling the Romanesque church and its prominent landmark belltower to be constructed. About the same time Noblac was becoming a stage in the pilgrimage route that led towards Santiago de Compostela. Leonard's cult spread through all of Western Europe: in England, with its cultural connections to the region, no fewer than 177 churches are dedicated to him. Leonard was venerated in Scotland, the Low Countries, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, particularly in Bavaria, and also in Bohemia, Poland, and elsewhere. Pilgrims and patronage flowed to Saint-Leonard de Noblac.
Leonard or Lienard became one of the most venerated saints of the late Middle Ages. His intercession was credited with miracles for the release of prisoners, women in labour and the diseases of cattle. His feast day is November 6, when he is honoured with a festival at Bad Tölz, Bavaria. He is honoured by the parish of Kirkop, Malta on the third Sunday of every August.[2]

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#115 Mar 16, 2013
Looks like an 11 7
Quatrain II.70

The arrow from heaven will make it's journey. Dead while speaking; a great execution. The stone in the tree, the pond nation brought down. The rumour of a human monster, purge and expiation.

The comet panstarr on 3/13/13 and ison on 11/28/2013(new comets found recently occuring this year 2013)

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#116 Mar 16, 2013
Comet Panstarrs to glow brightest this weekend

13 Mar, 2013

Text: PTI

PTISky-gazers will be able to see a recently discovered comet with naked eyes as it will glow its brightest after sunset this weekend and in the coming week.

The brightest comet in several years, Comet Panstarrs, will be visible with naked eyes in the evening twilight. It will pass by sun at a distance of 0.3 Astronomical Unit today, its closest approach.

In Pic: The comet PANSTARRS is seen next to the waxing crescent moon off the western coast of Southern California, in Los Angeles March 12, 2013. The comet will be visible until the end of March.

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#117 Mar 16, 2013
thanksgiving plus 1

Kislovodsk, literally translated, means “sour water.” It was in this town, named for the sour water in the springs that surround it, that Russian astronomers Vitali Nevksi and Artyom Novichonok made a very sweet discovery in September of last year.

Officially, the comet they discovered was named C/2012 S1, but since the two astronomers were using the International Scientific Optical Network’s (ISON) 15.7-inch reflecting telescope, the common name for their celestial find is simply Comet ISON.

This new comet might not be so new, however. As experts have noted, the trajectory of its preliminary orbit is only too similar to the “Great Comet of 1680.” Conjecture abounds regarding the possibility that Comet ISON may be a direct descendant of the Great Comet or even the very same object that put on a dazzling display over three centuries ago as it paid a visit to our corner of the cosmos.

For a group of scientists at the University of Maryland, however, one thing is certain: This comet has star appeal. For this reason, they have decided make a movie of Comet ISON using NASA’s historic Deep Impact spacecraft, which began tracking and studying it only recently.

And this comet’s star is not fading. Evidence points to the expectation of a bright future. On this year’s Thanksgiving Day, the researchers say that the comet will put on an exciting celestial show that should be visible from many points all over the globe. As it approaches our Sun, sky watchers can expect to see the comet and its 40,000-mile-long tail in both the dark night and as well as by daylight. And this will not just be a one-night event. Comet ISON will be visible for almost a full two months.

“This appears to be this comet’s first ever journey into the inner solar system and it is expected to pass much closer to the sun than most comets – within a distance of only a few solar radii,” says Maryland astronomer Tony Farnham of the Deep Impact science team.“Thus it offers us a novel opportunity to see how the dust and gas frozen in this comet since the dawn of our Solar System will change and evolve as it is strongly heated during its first passage close to the Sun.”


As Comet ISON makes its closest approach to the sun, astronomers say that viewers can expect to see a rapid whirling of the comet as it engages in a near hairpin-like turn around the sun. At this point, they predict that the comet will become dazzlingly bright, rivaling the brightness of a full moon, as it streaks across our sky.

Working with Farnham are fellow team members Ken Klaasen of NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Michael A’Hearn of the University of Maryland’s Deep Impact Principal Investigator. Along with other colleagues, the team says this comet was discovered far earlier than most comets that decide to take a tour through our inner solar system.

“We see sun grazers [comets that pass close to the sun] all the time, but most are only seen as they flare up very close to the sun. With this comet, we are able to study it from where it is currently, farther from the sun than Jupiter and about five times farther from the sun than Earth, until its closest approach to the Sun, called its perihelion, on November 28th.”

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#118 Mar 16, 2013
During November, as the comet races toward its rendezvous with the sun, it should brighten dramatically as it drops lower in the dawn twilight. A tail may begin to appear at this time, perhaps becoming noticeably longer with each passing morning.

On the morning of Nov. 18, ISON — now possibly as bright as 3rd magnitude — will stand less than 1 degree from the first-magnitude star Spica in the constellation Virgo.(Your outstretched fist held at arm's length measures about 10 degrees.)

Five days later, the comet will shine perhaps as brightly as zero magnitude as it zips past the similarly bright planets Mercury and Saturn.

Finally, the comet will arrive at the sun on the Nov. 28. ISON will pass through the inner corona of the sun, experiencing temperatures of up to 2 million degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 million degrees Celsius)

Having been in a cosmic deep freeze for countless thousands of years, ISON will suddenly be subjected to unbelievable heat. Perhaps the comet’s nucleus will shatter, as sometimes happens when you pour hot tea into a cold cup.

But this is not a certainty; some sungrazers like the Great Comet of 1882 and Comet Ikeya Seki in 1965 indeed broke into several fragments and headed back out into deep space literally in shambles. Others like Comet Lovejoy in 2011 somehow emerged from out of the solar furnace still pretty much in one piece.

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#119 Mar 22, 2013
near thanksgiving feastday looks like an 117 to me 11/25

Saint Catherine of Alexandria, also known as Saint Catherine of the Wheel and The Great Martyr Saint Catherine (Greek &#7969; &#7945;&#947;&#943 ;&#945; &#913;&#7984;&#954 ;&#945;&#964;&#949 ;&#961;&#943;&#957 ;&#945; &#7969; &#924;&#949;&#947; &#945;&#955;&#959; &#956;&#940;&#961; &#964;&#965;&#962; ) is, according to tradition, a Christian saint and virgin, who was martyred in the early 4th century at the hands of the pagan emperor Maxentius. According to her hagiography, she was both a princess and a noted scholar, who became a Christian around the age of fourteen, and herself converted hundreds of people to Christianity. Over 1,100 years following her martyrdom, St. Joan of Arc identified Catherine as one of the Saints who appeared to her and counselled her.[4]

The Orthodox Church venerates her as a Great Martyr, and celebrates her feast day on 24 or 25 November (depending on the local tradition). In the Catholic Church she is traditionally revered as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers. In 1969 the Catholic Church removed her feast day from the General Roman Calendar;[5] however, she continued to be commemorated in the Roman Martyrology on November 25.[6] In 2002, her feast was restored to the General Roman Calendar as an optional memorial.

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#120 Mar 22, 2013
Ten Years After "Here They come" lyrics

Here they come, and they fly with the power of the sun
Here they come, and they're going to touch everyone
Far, far, have they come

Here they come, and the fire on their wings doesn't burn
Here they come, and they know everything we must learn
Round, round, we must turn

Follow it with Nostradamus Century 8 quatrain 69

Watch out, you, sinners
Don't you know that your time has come?
Watch out, you, winners
Now it's the same for everyone

Here they come, and the stars in their eyes seem to glow
Here they come, and the fear in our hearts starts to go
Now, now, now we all know

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#121 Mar 22, 2013
Nostradamus century 8 quatrain 69

Beside the young one the old angel falls,

and will come to rise above him at the end;

ten years equal to most the old one falls again,

of three two and one, the eighth seraph.

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#122 Mar 23, 2013

Directed by
Martin Scorsese

Produced by
Robbie Robertson
Jonathan Taplin

Rick Danko
Levon Helm
Garth Hudson
Richard Manuel
Robbie Robertson

Music by
The Band (with special guests)

Michael Chapman

Editing by
Jan Roblee
Yeu-Bun Yee

Distributed by
United Artists (1978 and 2002 theatrical releases)

Release date(s)
United States April 26, 1978
The Last Waltz by The Band 711's

Running time
117 min.



The Last Waltz was a concert by the rock group The Band, held on American Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San

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#123 Apr 1, 2013
I found gramercy park in manhatton, between 3rd and fourth avenues, built on marshland, surrounding it are church, epiphanieschool, salvation army, where 1 bedroom apts rent for 5000 a month, I then found grenoble, la salette , isere France where two children had visions in the 1800s

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#124 Apr 1, 2013
I also found in a song,"I seen all good people, your move"by the band YES, a verse that says,"Send an instant comment to me, initial it , with love and care", and figure it sure sounds like emails today.The band , YES, was formed in 1969, and the song released in 1970, appears that the writer was very intuitive, or inspired.

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