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Posts on 01/20/20

Trials of Italian Partisans for Killing Fascists

(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 01/20/20 6:44 am) Until 1 May 1945, the victorious Allies considered any killings or any other actions against fascists or supposed fascists to be acts of war.  This was documented by the Allies and by the so ...

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Jung, Pauli, Radin: Synchronicity Theorized

(Nicholas Ruiz III, USA, 01/20/20 4:12 am) Greetings to all! In response to Gary Moore on synchronicity (January 19th), has the Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli nexus been discussed on WAIS in this context? Or Dean Radin's work? ...

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"Too Hot to Handel" and Chicago`s Year of Music

(David Duggan, USA, 01/20/20 3:49 am) Too Hot When It's Too Cold by David G. Duggan © While Chicagoans freeze waiting for the 2020 Auto Show (the largest in the country, and I can't wait to see the new mid-engined C-8 ...

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Posts on 01/19/20

Reappraising the Death of Pope John Paul I: A WAIS Monograph

(Enrique Torner, USA, 01/19/20 9:21 am) I have been writing about the death of Pope John Paul I for more than a year now. I spent a one-year sabbatical from the summer of 2018 until, finally, this week, I received my paper from Dr. Daniel H ...

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The Wink of God; from Gary Moore

(John Eipper, USA, 01/19/20 9:15 am) Gary Moore writes: On Pat Mears’ synchronicity comments (January 18): I think I prefer "eerie coincidence" to Jung's term "meaningful coincid ...

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Posts on 01/18/20

Italy`s Spanish Civil War Veterans: How Were They Treated Post-WWII?

(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 01/18/20 3:36 pm) Commenting on my post about Italians from Savona in the Spanish Civil War (January 16th), our esteemed moderator asked two questions: 1) Were Italian veterans of both sides compensated (granted ...

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Gallows Eloquence: "We Shall This Day Light a Candle"

(David Duggan, USA, 01/18/20 4:38 am) Be of good comfort and play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out. --Hugh Latimer, ...

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Synchronicity, the WAIS Effect, and a Mears Family Saga

(Patrick Mears, Germany, 01/18/20 3:45 am) As you have probably guessed by now, I have become very interested while being a WAIS member in the "WAIS Effect" or, as Carl Jung labeled it, "synchronicity," which in shorthand m ...

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Posts on 01/17/20

A Break-In in Barcelona

(Jordi Molins, Spain, 01/17/20 10:53 am) Last night, some burglars entered into the office of Gonzalo Boye, the lawyer of Catalan President Puigdemont. Surprisingly, they did not steal anything (not even a 20-euro note on top of a desk), but ...

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Stanford Panel Discussion on Soleimani Assassination

(A. J. Cave, USA, 01/17/20 3:26 am) There was a panel discussion at Stanford last Friday, January 10, about the assassination of Soleimani. It was co-sponsored by the Program in Iranian Studies, Freeman Spogli Institute for Inte ...

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