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Rule 5: Julia Berit

Created Equal

A good documentary and long, biographical interview with Supremes Justice Clarence Thomas. Amazon has removed it from sales for no reason, other than that the Left hates the conservative Thomas, but Apple TV has it for rent for 29 days for $4.99.

He came up dirt poor in the Deep South but converted to his grandfather’s Roman Catholicism which led to college and Yale Law School. Thence a hiring as a prosecutor by Missouri AG John Danforth; thence to the Senate with Danforth and a circuit judgeship under the Reagan Administration and finally Daddy Bush’s ’91 nomination to the Supremes.

Slippery Joe has a role, fighting the nomination, allegedly for fear of losing abortion rights, based on nothing Thomas the Catholic ever said or did. And enabling his female accuser of sexual harassment, which he denied. Shades of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, another conservative and also a Catholic.

Barr the skunk

“What I am is an American patriot appalled at what has become of my country,” writes PJMedia exec Roger L. Simon in The Epoch Times. “And a great part of the problem—in its very essence—are people like [former AG] Barr and [ABC News’] Karl and the dance they do together [in The Atlantic]…a kind of preservation/elevation ritual for the Deep State and all who profit from it…

“Now [Barr] and Karl are collaborating to bury Donald Trump—or trying to.”

Still waiting for that Durham report/indictments Barr ordered up? Probably, as Simon says, for 2060. Wait on, suckers.

Via The Epoch Times

LEDs

Had our pals at Ace Electric switch out our faltering kitchen fluorescents for LEDs. It’s brighter than daylight in there now. Takes a little getting adjusted to.

Rule 5: Ellana Bryan

Happy Early Fourth

Beyond the Reiki Gateway

Is a new (January of this year) podcast by Kathleen Johnson and Andrea Kennedy, which is fun to listen to. Even if their names evoke memory of the 1960 Dimocrat presidential ticket. Odd. Nevertheless, these two Reiki masters have some interesting things to discuss. Johnson, the elder of the pair (as on the ticket), says Reiki (primarily a healing modality) opens the practitioner to multiple experiences and possibilities such as past lives. Obscure enough for you? We’re talking soul and spirit energy here. With more to come.

UPDATE: For the diehard debunkers, alias skeptics, albeit with closed minds.

Treating each other

Bar and I have been treating each other with Reiki. It’s helped us both to remember the hand positions, and the Reiki symbols we recently learned. I had never given her a full treatment before last Sunday, and have now done three. Feels wonderful when she treats me, which is also the first time. Reiki, soul and spirit energy, rules!