5th millennium BC corpse discovered in Varna, Bulgaria Discovered in modern day Varna Bulgaria, this corpse dates back to the 5th millennium BC. It's being cited as a perfect example of the oldest known grave found with the most amount of gold buried with it. It is obvious this person was deemed important in the … Continue reading A Corpse Buried With The Oldest Jewellery In The World
Copyright: Stephen McElligott I'm peering at the rain through my modern double glazed windows as it falls lightly upon the weather beaten grass in my backyard. throughout my thought process I wondered about all our ancestors generations before us. What were their struggles living in a culture then considered a modern world? Every era has … Continue reading Why Do We Feel Happier In The Wild?
My kids took this rather funny photo of me today. They wanted to play "Knights and Kings" and they all agreed I should be king. They bought me a kings crown from the local toy store and took this photo of me with my Mr.Perfect mug. As we all laughed at the photo it nevertheless … Continue reading What It Means To Live Like A King
The Fall Of ConstantinopleSource: Web Whenever I read about the battles through the centuries, whether they be religious or not, I've always noticed one mistake they make. The Castle under siege would be very well built, but it always had a weak point somewhere the enemy would exploit in order to invade and take down … Continue reading Every Castle Has Its Weakness
https://youtu.be/A0TalLrtZ24 soruce:web Here is a scene from Indiana Jones The Last Crusade that depicts perfectly the human dilemma in how we perceive Jesus. It is the scene in which Indiana encounters the Knight of St.John whose task it was to guard the Holy Grail. It is believed that those who drink from the Holy Grail … Continue reading When Searching For God We Must Choose Wisely
St.Benedict MedalSource: Web I had a dream some months ago. I found myself behind a simple wooden door. Curious as to what was inside I placed my hand on its round knob and pushed it open to peer inside. It was a room full of empty school desks in a sort of homely setting. It … Continue reading Why Every Homeschooling Family Should Wear St.Benedicts Medal
Image by Free-Photos from PixabayNote:This is not a picture of the woman spoken of and is being used for the artistic purpose of the article Who was she and what has she become? We will reveal more about that later. I want you to get to know the person without having revealed her name or … Continue reading The Spiritual Journey Of The Greek Blonde
Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay I think anyone who manages to get through one of my blog posts deserves to get a prize. Imagine having to sit for 10 minutes to read my rather uncreative and dreary articles? Today, I have someone who wishes to give a free gift for every reader that manages … Continue reading Read This Entire Post To Receive A Prize
Most of us view freedom as being at liberty to speak, work, live, and move around the world. We often envisage being free as a life by the blue oceans on a Greek island somewhere like the famous Santorini. Soaking up the sun while a waiter brings us an ice cold beer is every persons idea of what freedom looks like, right?
Image by emersonmello from Pixabay Anima Christi Soul of Christ, sanctify me; Body of Christ, save me; Blood of Christ, inebriate me; Water from the side of Christ, wash me; Passion of Christ, strengthen me; O good Jesus, hear me; within Thy wounds, hide me; let me never be separated from Thee; from the evil … Continue reading 3 Prayers Of Exorcism For The Laity