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Biafran War In Chronological Order.


1. December 1964 Federal elections

2. October 1965 Regional elections

3. Post-election violence in Western Nigeria (1965/66)

4. The military takes over the Government: (January 1966)

5. Anti-Ironsi demonstrations and killing of Igbos in the North (April/May 1966)

6. Overthrow of Ironsi’s regime and death of Ironsi (July 1966)

7. Gowon seizes power, and in consultation with only Northern officers and politicians, forms government. Killings of Igbo officers continues unabated. (August 1966)

8. Ojukwu offers to confer with Gowon to end bloodshed and asks for repatriation of troops to their regional origins to lower tension; says offer was refused by Gowon. (August 1966)

9. Out of safety concerns, Ojukwu refuses to go to Lagos for meeting of the 4 regional military governors but is still hopeful of peace resolution. (August 1966)

10. Mass exodus of over 300,000 Igbos from the North to the East resulting from flare up of many…

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Isaiah 45

Arlin Sorensen's Thoughts on Scripture

Isaiah 45 has the prophet delivering a remarkable prophecy about a man named Cyrus nearly 200 years before he is even born.  “Thus says the Lord to his anointed, to Cyrus”.  God is going to use this king to reclaim His people and His creation.  God’s got the plan all worked out.  “I will go before you and level the exalted places, I will break in pieces the doors of bronze and cut through the bars of iron, I will give you the treasures of darkness and the hoards in secret places, that you may know that it is I, the Lord, the God of Israel, who call you by your name”.  Cyrus is going to be well rewarded for his obedience, but God has the plan and will do the work.

Cyrus may have thought God picked him because of some trait he had.  But…

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Mark David Chapman, the man who fake-killed John Lennon, is twins

Piece of Mindful

Note: the following piece is a repeat, and was first published on June 29, 2016. I was looking over published photos of Mark David Chapman, alleged killer of John Lennon, and noticed in mug shots with a height scale in the background that he was two inches taller in some than others. While I was told that was not an important mistake, that prisons are not perfect, I did further analysis and discerned that “he” is twins.

This was way back when twins were not thought to be a regular occurrence. Now that we know that in show business (Chapman is an actor) they are as common as pickpockets at the county fair, I ask readers to look again at the work. I stand by my original conclusions: John Lennon was not murdered, and Mark David Chapman, a set of twins, is (are) not in prison.


Mark David…

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