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From a romance with some emotional flashpoints of 2018,we are back to the Terra firma of 2019. But before we settle in comfortably,we may profit from casting a last glance at some of what may be called takeaways from that past year which are no give aways of faces behind the screens or masks. Depression raged into 2019. So did vaginal and uterine questions. Men were not firebrands but talkatives before the flaming Juliets.Many people
complained about nerve problems.Arthritis kept striking. Cancer stung. Candida was unyielding. Vision faded.Vision faded.The prostate gland,the waterloo of many men,proved too heady to be forgotten.We cannot forget the liver.It is too connected with life to be kept in the back seat of healthcare.So are the kidneys and the intestines.Troublesome as 2018
was,you and I have everything to be thankful for that we made it to 2019.

DEPRESSION

More people sank full weight into the abyss than managed to escape from the quagmire.Was it caused by something else or the economy? Some people mention a cosmic factor so well spoken about in the last few years. Anyone who does not fill his or her earthly existence with only bread and butter ways and means would have long heard that strange things were happening all around us. I was a high schoolboy when I read about Carl Sagan, the astrophysicist. When he and his comrades did not scare or excite us about the possibility of beings like us in outer space visiting us and even stealing some of us to study them back home,like animals in a zoological garden,they let us know that a new cosmic hour has struck.

What do I mean by this? The answer should be clear if we recall the picture of our table or
wall clock,or the wristwatch.Knowledgeable people of old followed the pattern of a cosmic clock to design it.This you can see in the astrological zodiac signs or signs of the stars.They plotted the pathways of the stars to arrive at those twelve signs …Taurus,Pisces,Leo,Virgo e.t.c. We see a semblance of this in the 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night in many
parts of the earth.We see it reflected, also,in the 12 months of the year (even the Yoruba calendar agrees with the Gregorian calendar). We see it impacted on the 12 tribes of Israel and the 12 disciples of Jesus.

While it takes movement of the earth around the sun to record one earth year, it takes the movement of the earth in another form to cross from one hour mark in another form about 2,600 earth years to cross from one cosmic year or one cosmic age.In a new cosmic age strange things are expected to happen on earth. It is as though the earth comes under more powerful etheric influences than before.And it doesn’t happen without a warning or
signal. Carl Sagan proved to us that fish was falling with rain. This it is said, is to tell us that we were in the AQUARIUM AGE, the Age of water. We cannot talk about this now.Fish falling with rain startled many people,including the scientists.Where did the fish come from?

Some said fish eggs were evaporated and matured and hatched in the clouds. Others laughed at this conception.Evaporation of fish egg or inducting it upwards into the atmosphere would have to act against the present, but not necessarily correct ,understanding of the Law of Gravity which speaks of a force in the middle of the earth pulling everything down to the earth and holding it fast there.With the conception of evaporation defeated,that of biogenesis popped up. The prevailing conception of how everything which existed came about was “like begetting like”, man begetting man, fish begetting fish.

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