Jesus’ Return – A Scientific Fact

Posted by on Feb 22, 2014 in Historical Puzzles

Scientists and those who are religious have, it is commonly understood, been in conflict since the time of the Renaissance. The FreeMasons and other secret groups were founded on the notion that scientific ideas were contrary to many articles of faith. Believing that the earth went around the sun could get you into serious trouble at one time as could ideas about using rational thought. It is possible however that science will accomplish one of the longest held religious...

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The Vatican’s ongoing link to an extermination camp – updated

Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in Historical Puzzles

I managed to gain access with a group of American seminarians to the Vatican on a private tour last year. Here is a pic of us in the corridor leading to the Sistine Chapel. What I want to talk about now though is the fact that the head of the Vatican Bank,  the Institute for Religious Works (IOR). is still Ernst von Freyberg, a man who is also chairman of the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg. Why has Pope Francis not removed this man from office? The Blohm +...

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The Real Wall Street

Posted by on Dec 8, 2013 in Historical Puzzles

Wall Street houses the public face of financial trading in the United States. But the big decisions are made elsewhere. Sure, millionaires and billionaires are made on Wall Street, but who is pulling the strings and who is picking the winners and flushing them with more capital than they know what to do with? Who decides who runs the banks? Who decides which face gets to the top? You might think such decisions are made in Washington, perhaps at the offices of members of the...

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Pope Francis’ Life Threatened – Is this a prediction?

Posted by on Dec 1, 2013 in Historical Puzzles

  Pope Francis, as you know, has called for some serious changes in the Catholic church. He has launched a review of the Vatican Bank, is considering moving some Vatican powers out to the regions and more recently he has been critical of the unequal system we live under. His stand is a sign of hope for millions that the Catholic church will return to the mission it supposedly stands for. His most recent statement that, “The poor are accused of violence, yet without...

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St Peter’s bones to be displayed, anticipating momentous events

Posted by on Nov 17, 2013 in Historical Puzzles

 Beneath St Peter’s – note the arrow symbol directly below the mosaic of St Peter The Rapture The end times The second coming The  end of days, last days, final days, or eschaton Real life events are anticipating upcoming events in my Puzzle series of novels. Pope Francis will soon do something unprecedented in the two thousand year history of Christianity. He will place the relics of St Peter on display for public veneration. For the first time in the history...

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The Secrets of Manhattan #5 Who’s stealing billions?

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Historical Puzzles, The Manhattan Puzzle, The Secrets of Manhattan

This post is part of a series I wrote in the run up to the launch of The Manhattan Puzzle in October 2013. They describe some of the most interesting things I have discovered about Manhattan during my research. The Manhattan Puzzle is available for in many countries here.   The fifth secret of Manhattan I am intrigued by is what the Freemasons do in New York. There are 60,000 Freemasons in New York state.  If we look at their own website, they give themselves an open...

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