Thursday, June 17, 2010


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June 25th is the 60th anniversary of North Korea's surprise invasion of South Korea. Is history about to repeat itself? That's one of the possible directions the historical cycles, and even the stars above, are possibly pointing at the current juncture:

What the West completely fails to realize is that Russia and China never stopped the Cold War struggle with the West for global control, they simply have changed strategy in recent decades. Both nations are currently run by rabidly anti-Western nationalist regimes who represent prior generations of leaders dating back to the reign of Stalin and Mao. Korea, in this light, represents the final battle line between East and West, Communism and Capitalism, past and future. That the synthesis of these opposing elements will begin with a siege on "Seoul" makes some tragic sense.

What is unfolding other than the struggle of the collective soul through time? There are almost seven billion human points-of-view on this planet all of which are different. How does God form a common perspective? I don't know, but I'm certain God can...

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