Category Archives: skepticism

It’s a new year, so there’s a new end of the world prediction

Mark your calendars for June 24th 2018. And then on June 25th, guess when the updated world ending prediction will drop. I’m gonna guess October 27. As good a date as any. This is old news from the start of … Continue reading

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Nine signs you’ve been visited by an angel

Otherwise known as a random list of crap Earth We Are One is posting as “real proof” of an angelic presence in your life. I’ll list the nine with commentary: 1. Unexpected temperature change – This is called random drafts … Continue reading

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Nobody needs to save Christmas, least of all Kirk Cameron

My movie group talked over the whole of the film Saving Christmas today. Produced and directed and starring Darren Doane and a fair chuck of his and Cameron’s relatives, what we did pay attention to was a ham-handed, heavy-handed attempt … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – keeping my heart open to god

pg 27 of the devotions listed under the tag “Inviting God in” “…the Lord whom you seek will suddenly come to his temple.” Malachi 3:1 Short post for broken wrist reasons. Rupp admits she “can only be receptive, that I … Continue reading

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Washington has a Museum of the Bible now

Yay? Road trip, anyone? Gee, I have so much holiday time left but zero ambition to visit that. It’s eight floors of Bible goodness, right there in D.C. But, as I’ve learned, there’s some concern over how the museum acquired … Continue reading

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People can absorb energy from others? NO!

Via Facebook and the Idealist page, I find this link to Earth We Are One. They don’t like people copy/pasting which means I have to type it out. No big. First they claim “science confirms that people can absorb energy … Continue reading

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November is the month for soulmates, apparently

I’m thinking the only reason to follow the Idealist page on Facebook (notice me not linking to it) is for the wacky junk they’re posting. This is another from the “don’t quote me!” website Earth We Are One. Once again … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in. Before we begin.

This is a legit book: Inviting God In: scriptural reflections and prayers throughout the year by Joyce Rupp. (Kindle copy only $9.99) There were some donated books on the coffee table in the work staff room the other day so … Continue reading

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The universe is not trying to tell you anything

The website YouCantBreakMe threw this article under the entertainment section. It’s entertaining, all right, and also eye rolling. If you see repeating numbers (like on a digital clock – 11:11) it means the universe has message for you! Did you … Continue reading

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Nibiru? Try “no”biru…

Nibiru keeps cropping up as an idea of a world killer, specifically our world. Researcher David Meade Meade predicted in his book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, the mythical system would be visible in our skies from September 23. … Continue reading

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