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A flicker of hope
is all that stood
. . . against barbarism.
Another outbreak of such a crisis of madness
[meaning the First World War]
would necessarily involve the destruction of
society in the public order. June 1, 1933
People cried out
for a better future.
Germany neither intends nor wishes
to interfere in the internal affairs
of Austria or to conclude an Anschluss. May 1935
If the problem is solved,
there will be no further territorial damands
in Europe by Germany. Sep 1938
CASTLES OF THE MIND ... VENTURE ACROSS ALL BRIDGES
History and a Historian
Alert: For The Times is a digital book of immense research that opens your eyes, beginning and ending with Fatima.
If you already skimmed through the book, it may seem like a hodgepodge of chapters. Yet, the story of Fatima is a phenomenon and it is history, a story portraying the beams of anarchism—in both society and the Catholic Church.
The following Historical Keypoints are the first of four in this book. They will enable a reader a better panorama of history, and were constructed as a supplement to Alert: For The Times.
The opening reference is from 1917, when photography (and cinema) were in their infancy. Keypoints number 1 also provides pertinent photographs of Oct. 13, 1917, but not limited to October, for it expands into 1950.
The entire timeframe expands with subsequent Historical Keypoints.
The REFERENCE IS MUCH A GUIDE through chronology.
PDF Historical Keypoints #1.pdf
The solar disk that appeared Oct. 13 defied all laws of nature. The effect was felt, but not by all. Countless police, reporters and atheists did feel the effect, and despite their disbelief and skepticism were left in awe.
One astounding thing had little to do with what appeared in the heavens. Something remarkable occurred on terra firma. Everyone’s clothes and umbrellas were stone dry. The ground was devoid of mud. Mass hypnosis does not dry clothes and land. The following link is pertinent where skeptic people are concerned. We feel it is concise and to the point, warranting an addition to the treaties on the dancing solar disk. It was written by Mark Mallett, a young person at the time.