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… The United Kingdom continues to accumulate feelings of frustration. In the face of trends set out…

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Summer Lecture

Transcript : Some Powerful Hand Unseen Time. Time has being used against us. Today’s a significant day. Saturday 26th July is the first day of the Mayan New Year. To be known as the year of the Red Solar Moon. Which I find particularly interesting since it falls in the midst of a red Moon tetrad. Each lunar eclipse coinciding with…

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Egyptian Equinox

As we came in to land, the moonlit mists were moving westward. They dispersed to reveal Cairo city. On the ground, there was a sensation of phasing electricity. One striving, over-and-over, to make a stable connection. We made a transfer to our hotel in a cab. The spontaneity of every moment was eye-opening. Militarised check-points, three lanes used as five, families…

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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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