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Dayamati Richard Hayes
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A fair-to-middling Sanskritist and a philosophical charlatan.
A fair-to-middling Sanskritist and a philosophical charlatan.

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On April 14, 1906 a Pentecostal revival meeting was held in Los Angeles, an event that is considered to be the launching of the international Pentecostal movement.

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Hype is the very fabric of modern culture. To change the metaphor, hype is the very sea in which we swim.

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A convincement, in Quaker terminology, is what others call a conversion experience, a sudden or gradual transformative experience that results in a change in the direction of one’s life. A convincement, however, is more. It is also a feeling that one has…

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On March 29, 1886, John Pemberton brewed the first batch of Coca-Cola in his backyard in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Emperor Marcus Aurelius died on 17 March 180 CE. He was a practitioner of Stoicism. His writing commonly known as Meditations is among the most widely read text on Stoicism. Ours is a time of forgetfulness of Stoic principles.

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On March 13, 1962 – Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Lyman Lemnitzer, proposed performing false-flag terrorist attacks upon Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, as a result of which Lemnitzer was removed from his…

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The short journey from witch trials to fake news

On March 6, 1692 Sarah Good was accused of witchcraft. She stood trial on March 25 and was hanged on July 29. By the end of that year nineteen people were hanged for witchcraft and one was executed by crushing.

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In the history of US Presidential elections, it has happened five times that the winner of the popular vote lost the election. That occurred three times in the 19th century and has happened twice in the 21st.

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On February 27, 1922, the Supreme Court of the United States overthrew a challenge to the 19th Amendment, thus assuring that no state could deny women the right to vote.

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On February 26, 1616 Galileo was ordered “to abandon completely the…opinion that the sun stands still at the center of the world and the earth moves, and henceforth not to hold, teach, or defend it in any way whatever, either orally or in writing.”
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