Titans in Africa

Few could have anticipated the waves made by the undersubscribed bout fought in Los Angeles on December 1st. Some did – the inner circles of team Wilder and team Fury, and perhaps those who sit back, pay attention and, in their meekness, are afforded a glimpse of destiny. The sporting world is hastily catching up with a drama that has…

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General Election

“…Hush, don’t speak. When you spit your venom, keep it shut I hate it. When you hiss, and preach, about your new messiah ’cause your theories catch fire. I can’t find your silver lining. I don’t mean to judge. But when you read your speech, it’s tiring. Enough is enough… Despite the perception that there is an effort to regenerate our political landscape, the United Kingdom continues…

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Summer Lecture

Transcript : Some Pow’rful Hand Unseen “Time. In our ignorance, time is being used against us. Today’s a significant day. Saturday 26th July is the first day of the Mayan New Year. And will be known as the year of the Red Solar Moon. Which I find kind of interesting, because it falls in the midst of a red Moon Tetrad.…

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Egyptian Equinox

Just before coming in to land, off to the right of the plane, the moonlit buffeting mists were pushing out westward irregularly. Soon they dispersed to reveal lights and sprawling activity below – indicative of the nature of Cairo city as a whole. Once on the ground, there was an immediate sense of phasing electricity, one striving (over-and-over) to make…

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Lost Civilisation

“If you do not expect it, you will not find the unexpected, for it is hard to find and difficult“ – Heraclitus This journey began last year when I attended a lecture given by Semir Osmanagich at the Megalithomania conference in Glastonbury. The information presented was authoritative. His findings spoke to me as much as any lecture exploring antiquity. Trusting…

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