When I was in the throes of my life’s worst trials I was only occasionally able to deeply appreciate how I was growing and evolving. I’m now often grateful for my heinous experience …
Source: Recovery Stories
by Nancy Rubenstein Del Giudice
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The Teacher of the Mysterium
by Jon Rappoport
December 14, 2014
The test of this blog will be the degree of interest it stimulates. I already know that my other site, NoMoreFakeNews.com, stirs interest. In my role as a reporter, I’ve been feeding it for 13 years. People want to know what is behind the stories of the day. They want to know the deeper levels of the farce. They want to know about the layers of the major covert ops on the planet. They want to win the struggle for Earth.
Here, I’m doing something different.
And today, I am introducing a fictional character called The Teacher of the Mysterium.
I believe he has many things to say. These things—let us not forget—are made possible because he comes out of my imagination.
That does not mean what he says is fiction. It may be a different…
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