Category Archives: Carl Schmitt

Pagan Greeks Saw Easter Coming 500 Years Before It Happened!

Sorrow! Sorrow! Very few days pass but that we don’t hear of some new sorrow. A job is lost, a troubled marriage…a near relation passes away, serious illness falls, dashing promises and hopes…a calamity strikes affecting the national interest…a friend loses his … Continue reading

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“A Masterpiece of God”

Over there at that classy blog site  (which is devoted to the works and thought of the late American Artist Carl Schmitt) you will find an excellent article entitled “A masterpiece of God.” Be sure to click on the green text which … Continue reading

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The Vision of Beauty

It’s tough to claim that I am totally unbiased here, but I really do think that the American artist Carl Schmitt is someone that has provided all of us with something with which to feast our weary souls… souls starving … Continue reading

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