Shen Yun: A Performance Review

Along with Ruby Ray Media's own Beverly Wood and Jennie Smith, I had the pleasure of seeing the Shen Yun Performance in Atlanta at the Cobb Energy Center on Friday, January 14, 2022. Delightfully exquisite is inadequate to truly describe the beauty and talent with which the orchestra, musicians, and performers tell the story of China's beautiful divine history.

Through the use of traditional Chinese dance and the addition of a new patented digital background screen technology invented by Shen Yun's artistic director D.F, (Master Li Hongzhi), the stories brought to life on stage celebrate China's 5000-year-old culture with beauty and grace.

There are no DVD or other recordings available of any of the performances of Shen Yun. Thus the only way to experience this is to see it live for yourself. Each year, the music and the stories told on stage are different so that one could go to a performance every year and experience it in a whole new way.

Shen Yun currently has seven equally large troupes that perform simultaneously around the world. Here is the link to where you can buy tickets this year.

Theater-goers in six U.S. States and Paris attend Shen Yun Jan. 11 -17.

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The Matrix Franchise Gets A Fourth Episode: The Matrix Resurrections

The Matrix Trilogy was made by the Wachowski brothers but they're Lana and Lilly now. Would you call that, getting "red-pilled?" The new movie comes out 12-22-21, a perfect palindrome. Are they appealing to Q Anon?

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SPIRITUAL SCIENCE: Living a Life Fully Awake, Conscious and Present through the Power of Compassion

The "powers that be," as we typically refer to them, are powerless when we really stop to think about it. The real powers that be are we the people. The people, the good people on this planet, are indeed in charge of our world. All we must do is change our perspective and know deep within, without a doubt, that they have no power over us.

Listen to what Gregg Braden has to say about the reality of what we can do with the power of compassion. Compassion is a form of love. Love is God. God is Love. Evil is not real, and its appearance has no power! When you genuinely believe and affirm this with your words, connected to your heart and mind, we can, and we will, bring in an age of peace and enlightenment, a world of wonder and a world of unity.

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My Heart Always Wanders

"Mitt hjerte alltid vanker" ("My Heart Always Wanders") is an old Scandinavian Christmas song, released as a single by Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø 1995. It is one of several versions of the original Danish hymn, which has been translated and set to different melodies in various Scandinavian countries. Kyrkjebø sings a Norwegian translation set to a Norwegian variant of a Swedish folk melody, first written in 1816 in Västergötland in Sweden. This is the version that is the most popular in Norway and Sweden.

The ethereal beauty of the melody along with the angelic voice of Sissel inspired me to share this Christmas carol with you. The song is contained in the video below which is an entire concert with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Enjoy.

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Why the Sleepers Just Keep Sleeping: Can We Help Them?

Those of us who are free from the programmed miasma of this present pandemic scheme are now tasked to be the wake-up call for those who need to be shaken out of the slumber of lies.

Although the real solution for those suffering from cognitive dissonance is that they simply accept the truth, it is much more complicated than it seems. Psychological warfare is a very twisted affair. We cannot undo in a few short years what the corrupt deep state new world order regime began implementing decades ago. The programming is entrenched. It will take much consideration of many facts to break completely free and help others do the same.

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The Nutcracker

 "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" is a German tale (Nussknacker und Mausekönig) a story written in 1816 by Prussian author E. T. A. Hoffmann, in which young Marie Stahlbaum's favorite Christmas toy, a Nutcracker, comes alive and after defeating the evil Mouse King in battle, carries her away to a magical kingdom inhabited by dolls. In 1892, the Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov turned Alexandre Dumas's adaptation into the ballet Nutcracker.

The Nutcracker ballet is, for many, an annual tradition.

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The Story of the Other Wise Man

Who seeks for heaven alone to save his soul, May keep the path, but will not reach the goal;
While he who walks in love may wander far, Yet God will bring him where the blessed are.

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Together We Are One, Strong and Free! #WorldOfUnityWorldOfWonder

Imagine, if you will, over 40 countries and more than 150 cities participating in an organized event called the World Wide Demonstration Freedom Rally. A Freedom Rally that is organized to take place on the same day in those many countries and cities. Now take that event and imagine this event takes on different days, not once, not twice, but four times.

But wait, there's more! 

Now imagine adding yet another multi-cultural World Wide Demonstration Freedom Rally to those 4, and you have what will be happening across this great planet on Saturday, November 20, 2021, the WORLD WIDE RALLY. 

Click on the telegram post below and do a search for a rally near you.

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Every Battle Belongs to the Lord: U.S. Marine Saved by Archangel Michael

There are many kinds of battles fought on many different fronts. None are as dangerous as the battlefield fraught with life-threatening weapons of personal and mass destruction which soldiers of wartime face.

Every soldier is to be commended for their hard work and dedication. And veterans of all wars deserve to have their stories told through the years, making sure each generation understands the courage it takes to defend the country, faith, and a sovereign way of life.

One of the most fascinating battle stories I have heard is about a soldier in 1950 in the Korean War. This young man thought he was alone on the battlefield, but he happened upon another. As he walked and talked with this soldier, he found there was something very different about him. He soon realized he was walking with an angel.

Below is the letter he wrote to his mother about the incident and a video depicting the miracle event.

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Stew Peters and Clay Clark Discuss the Dangers of Christian Covidiocy Compliance

TRUTH must not take a back seat to religion.
Patriot powerhouse Stew Peters, whose broadcast slams home the truth daily interviewed another patriot powerhouse on the 'Stew Peters Show'.

In a vibrant discussion, Stew and Clay boldly broached a topic deemed sensitive by those who walk a razor's edge between the world of religion and the world of patriot reality.

They discussed many church organizations' compliance with totalitarian-like regimes ripping away their congregations' religious freedoms under the guise of covidiocy health issues.

How can a religious entity, in this case, the Christian church, be unable to see clear patterns of religious freedom abuse? Stew and Clay have their insights and studied views about that delving deeply into the subject in the video below.

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Uplifting Humanity Through the Arts

Historically beautiful art has been a way to convey hope for the human spirit, connect us with the divine, and open our hearts to love, hope, and spirituality. We may still find these simple yet profound concepts in ancient art and some in contemporary art.

Often art tells a story, as is the case in the themes shared below. These cover themes of modern times and some recent historical times, and we can see parallels with the ancient past in their telling.

The NTD Painting Competition allowed artists to share with us some really beautifully done realistic paintings. Through these paintings, the artists share the depth of their hearts. The beauty of the art speaks for itself. Because this artwork touched me so profoundly, each for different reasons, I decided to share it with you.

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"I Am The Last Surviving Prosecutor of the Nuremberg Trials"

Patriots and national heroes come in all sizes, shapes, colors, and ages.

Benjamin Ferencz, a lawyer and WWII veteran, doesn't fit the everyday mold of a seasoned war veteran.

His life story starts out rather ordinary, quite like other stories of early 1900 immigrant families arriving on the shores of our great nation seeking freedom and opportunity. He entered the Army in 1941 as did thousands of young men. Although the horrors of war are never routine, initially Benjamin's assignments overseas during WWII were routine for the day.

He was surprised when shortly after the war ended, being favorably discharged from the Army, he was contacted to re-enlist as a lawyer in the WWII tribunals known the world over today as the Nuremberg Trials: CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.

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Juan O Savin: We're At About 77% Consent (3% to go)

Juan O Savin is making sure there is a sufficient understanding of what we're going through in October of 2021, a crucible moment in history when God flips the script on the CORNtrollers.

"What's this Red October really all about? It's becoming clearer and clearer who these people really are, where they're taking us, what their alliances are."

(This presentation comes right on the heels of Juan's bomb-dropping appearance with Spaceshot 76 on YouTube, which we wrote on a couple days ago, referenced in this article, below in the "Related" section.)

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DEFINITIONS OF INSANITY: Doing the Same Thing Over and Over Expecting Different Results, and Covidiocy

Bud: 'You can't come in here!'

Lou: 'Why not?'

Bud: 'Well because you're unvaxxed.'

Lou: 'But I'm not sick.'

Bud: 'It doesn't matter.'

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"Inner Mongolia Man Dies One Day after Being Tried for His Faith"

( A Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia, man died one day after he and his wife stood trial for their faith in Falun Gong, a spiritual discipline that has been persecuted by the Chinese communist regime since 1999.

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I love the United States of America: And if you don't, why don't you just leave?

A theme has been running through my mind recently, and the title of this article says it all. I love the United States of America, and if you don't like it, why are you here? I mean, you are free to leave! I support anyone's idea entirely to move out of the country if they don't like living here. By all means, find a new place to live that meets your idea of what ideal is.

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Hymn for Freedom from Virus Tyranny: Ten Million View and Participate - “Let’s Sing and Dance Our Way to Freedom!”

French singer-songwriter HK's hit "Danser Encore" becomes the worldwide hymn of freedom from CCP virus political oppression

Over 3.6 million views in four months on his original YouTube recording, HK's song "Danser Encore" or "Keep Dancing" is a cry from the heart expressing the human need for the freedom to sing, to dance, to laugh and give hugs to loved ones. In other words, to live free instead of in the chains of fear.

Since the first lockdown over a year ago, European artists like HK were told they are "not essential," their performances and pretty much their careers and livelihoods cancelled.
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The BBC Hosts Jeffrey Sachs, Professor with Extensive Ties to the Chinese Communist Party, Sachs Defends the Chinese Communist Party’s Actions Against Uyghurs in Xinjiang Province, by Comparing China Abuses to US

"The US always attacks other countries, it holds itself sacrosanct." 

"Economist @JeffDSachs says China's human rights abuses in Xinjiang should not prevent the US from engaging with China, considering the US' own "human rights violations" abroad and at home." BBC's Newsnight program summarized on Twitter.

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"Bimini" The Gem Of Ancient Atlantis Revisited

MYSTICAL TRAVELING "The Gateway to the Bahamas" is the first welcome greeting, etched in black letters on the white glistening stone arch above the town hall in Bimini. After an exciting 20-minute flight from Fort Lauderdale on Chauks' charter seaplane we touched down upon this blue sea of tranquility known as a small sailor's dream called, Bi...
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