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Stop In The Name Of Business - 'Life Cycles' And Diana Ross

By neil6, published on Jul 15, 2014

"There are three versions of every story:- yours, theirs and the truth." Robert Evans

I recently saw the popular show Motown The Musical at the Chinese Theatre in Chicago. A great night of entertainment, however you know me, I couldn't just sit through what amounted to a re-telling of most of Berry Gordy's life. He was the founder of Motown and the inspiration, for what amounted to not just a record label, but a recognisable genre of music ie. the Motown sound. I started to try and marry up dates with events. Quite frankly, I was finding it a bit difficult with his life, until... (more)

Tags: diana ross, berry gordy jr. gene simmons, motown: the musical, motown's biggest star

Abraham Lincoln And The Age 36 Amendment

By neil6, published on Apr 24, 2014



I am going to provide the most detailed, mathematical piece of evidence ever assembled for 'Confluence' and for 'Life Cycles' generally. Other philosophies and ideas will say to you :- "Now do you believe?", however I say to you once again :- "'Life Cycles' is not a belief system. You are not required to accept me on faith. It is like saying I require you to believe in Pythagoras' Theorem. You only have to study my evidence and to find that it's true. That's... (more)

Tags: abraham lincoln, 'life cycles' exact evidence, general john j hardin, battle of buena vista

Unfulfilled - Michael Hutchence And 'Life Cycles'

By neil6, published on Mar 17, 2014

INXS are suddenly big news all over again. There was an excellent TV documentary, that made everyone realise just what a talented band they were. Their greatest hits album has rocketed them to the top for the first time in 24 years. But alas, without front man Michael Hutchence, things were never the same. His death really did "...Tear Us Apart". They brought the remaining members back for a TV interview and it was obvious how conflicted they still felt about his passing.

Why do I feature Michael in this post? His untimely demise happened in his 37th year and not his 36th. What... (more)

Tags: michael hutchence, inxs, never tear us apart, paula yates, bob geldorf, cm murphy, andrew farriss, tiger lily

If Only.....James Holmes And 'The Dark Side'

By neil6, published on Feb 28, 2014

Mental illness and high-powered weapons (or weapons generally) are a lethal combination. Because in the US there is a wide availability of such weapons, it has resulted in a steady stream of horrific mass killings, particularly over the last couple of years. If you search "recent mass killings/mental illness" you will see a study finding 79% of recent mass shootings (2011-2013) are attributable to a history of mental illness. I'm not about to enter the debate concerning better screening procedures for those who buy weapons, or the advisability of being able to so easily obtain these... (more)

Tags: james holmes, aurora massacre, easy availabiliity of weapons, mental illness and mass shootins

Just How Foxy Is Knoxy?

By neil6, published on Feb 12, 2014

I originally wrote a blog post about the Amanda Knox case some nine months ago and I am listing it here because this case has engendered (and will engender) so much publicity. I have included all the comments, again because most people have now heard about it and probably have their own viewpoints.

Knox has been found guilty by the Italian Court of Appeal and now both sides will probably be proceeding to the Supreme Court for a final verdict, which could take over a year. If she is still found guilty then the Italian Government may very well seek extradition. In the US, of course,... (more)

Tags: amanda knox, meredith kercher, raphaelle sollecito, rudy guede, knox found guilty, knox opinions, knox life cycles

Why Some Cycle Theories Make No Sense

By neil6, published on Jan 19, 2014

Before I start a post with a controversial title such as this, I want to define exactly which 'cycle theories' I'm talking about. I'm confining myself to my direct competitors, who deal with cycles within an individual human life. So, physical/biological/mechanical/economic cycle theories are excluded, as are those to do with societal and historical cycles. No, in terms of cycles said to impact on individual lives, we are left with the two most common occult theories ie. astrology and numerology.

Try a test for me. Google search <12 year cycles of life> and see what you get. You... (more)

Tags: astrology, life cycles, numerology, 12 year cycles, lack of proof of occult, theories of life, jupiter cycles

Harry Potter Chapter Three - J. K. Rowling And 'Life Cycles'

By neil6, published on Dec 18, 2013

I know I'm a poor reader, but did I only get to Chapter Three of Harry Potter? No, it's worse than that, I didn't even start, but of course millions of Potterphiles did. They followed every one of the books and saw all the movies. J.K's life did, however, leave a lasting impression on me and she became the main teaching model that I used in The Life Cycles Revolution. I showed the exact way to compile a 'Life Chart' with her life. I only use available bio-data, as you know, and I correlate it with a range of 'Life Cycles' 'significant years'.. Did momentous events, milestones or breakthroughs... (more)

Tags: the life cycles revolution, j. k. rowling, new harry potter movie deal, warner's entertainment, kevin tsujihara, j. k. rowling's new direction, 'life cycles' evidence

Is Kevin Rudd Napoleon? /Tony Abbott The Duke Of Wellington?

By neil6, published on Dec 9, 2013

Greetings to you all. I first penned this article one month before the Sept. 2013 Australian General Election, when both parties were running 50/50 in the opinion polls. So, you have the benefit of hindsight to see that I 'stuck my neck out', to foretell his most probable loss, based solely on my biographic parallels. Many others wrote on the subject of 'Rudd/Napoleon', but Google had ranked my post number one on page one. So now let me take you back to early August 2013....

I haven't been the first person to make the observation that Kevin Rudd has more than a touch of Napoleon... (more)

Tags: tony abbott, kevin rudd, australian 2013 general election, 'life cycles', 'the life cycles revolution'

Using The Common Cold To Cure Cancer

By neil6, published on Apr 1, 2013

I am going to detail some interesting information on an unusual approach to fighting cancer, that has it's roots in Ancient Greece.

Hippocrates said :- "give me the power to create a fever and I shall cure any disease." More than 2,500 years later this ancient wisdom has a very technical new name in the area of cancer research -oncolytic virotherapy The surprising outcome, however, is to use the common cold virus as one source of treatment. Who'd have thought that this could be a secret weapon? It's being pioneered by an Australian biotechnology group and my attention was first drawn... (more)

Tags: viralytics, viralytic oncology. common cold to treat cancer, hippoctrates

The Fight Against Cancer-Don't Give Up!

By neil6, published on Mar 18, 2013

"For we will never have our freedom,

From the enemy within,

Till we fight a constant battle

And not stop until we win.

For all those who've gone before us,

Left too soon, we share the pain,

But you will live on in our memories,

And your legacies remain.

You're a stalker, you're a coward,

You're a robber and a thief,

And I swear your day is coming,

And it's a fact.........not just belief."

I'm writing this post as part of a Bloggers Unite, March 15th, 'Do The Right Thing' initiative by Tony Berkman. Both my blogs... (more)

Tags: cancer, cancer survivors, cancer sufferers, inspirational people

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