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Showing posts from November, 2015

"Burning witches at a stake"?

Article in Thursday 26th Cape Times where Judge Ismail says "You raped her, killed her and finally tied her to a pole and set her alight as if she was some kind of witch at a stake". I took exception to this and write a letter which was published today: Your article in Thursday's paper "Two Life Terms for Rape, Murder of Girl" refers. I am concerned with High Court Judge Mohamed Ismail's use of the term "burning witches at the stake". Fortunately for our modern society there are very many men and women with intuition. One could include Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Nelson Mandela, and probably every single woman that I know on this list. In the Middle and Dark Ages, if you knew something that no one had told you, or if you were a homeopath or a naturopath or a healer, then you were likely to be labelled a witch and burnt at the stake. There are also very many "witches" in our modern societies who practice wicca and many

City of Cape Town warns that vehicle licence disc renewal notices are still not being sent

Please bring it to the attention of the Sector you represent and to the attention of your members respectively. CITY OF CAPE TOWN 27 NOVEMBER 2015 MEDIA RELEASE City warns that vehicle licence disc renewal notices are still not being sent Motorists whose vehicle licence discs expire on 30 November 2015 and are renewable by 22 December 2015 and those whose discs expire on 31 December 2015 and are renewable by 22 January 2016 will not be receiving renewal notices. Read more below: The City of Cape Town asks motorists to act proactively and to check the renewal date on their existing licence disc to ensure that the necessary arrangements are made, and to renew discs online where possible. Motorists are also reminded that the National Department of Transport’s new requirements apply, i.e. of providing, amongst others, proof of residence when applying for a motor vehicle licence disc renewal. ‘It is currently the busiest time of the year for our municipal offices, which include our motor

Banning Yoga

As the pharmaceutical companies ban everything good about our planet, including quite a few natural remedies that I used to take, they are now at war with the things that make us whole, like Yoga. In South Africa, besides the banned natural remedies, we are also seeing an attack on our sangomas and witchdoctors. Probably because they are doing great work and this is affecting the pharmaceutical companies' drug sales. I don't believe in conspiracy theory. All the things I've said so far are based on fact. Meditation, Tai Chi, Homeopathy, HeartMath: are they going to be banned next?