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Cosmic Correspondences?

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355_theresurrectionTranslated by Greg Johnson

Translator’s Note:

This short text was written by Miguel Serrano on April 20, 2003, when Easter Sunday and Adolf Hitler’s birthday coincided. I translated it and posted it online under the pen name T.C.L. Since those dates coincide again this year, I thought it opportune to track this little curiosity down on the web and bring it “home.” 

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Good Friday Special
On Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ

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Every Easter, there is an upsurge in search engine traffic on the following articles, to which I wish to draw your attention:

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Good Friday Special
On Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ

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There has been a recent upsurge in Google traffic on the following articles, to which I wish to draw your attention:

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Happy Easter!

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Like Christmas, Easter is for everyone. For Christians, it commemorates the resurrection of Christ. For pagans, it is a festival of spring: of nature’s resurrection. Read more …

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Good Friday Special
On Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ

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There has been a recent upsurge in Google traffic on the following articles, to which I wish to draw your attention:

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Roth & Weiss on What’s Best for The Jews

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Two years ago I wrote about jewish influence on Christmas music. Sometime later I ran across a passage from Philip Roth’s Operation Shylock praising Irving Berlin for de-Christing Christmas (and Easter). What I didn’t realize until today was that Roth’s book frames jewish hostility toward Christmas in a much broader context of jewish hostility toward Christianity, Christians, and Whites in general.

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