Amazing Discovery Found Deep Down in the Indian Ocean: Large Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Catholicism Pure & Simple

A statue of the holy Virgin Mary was discovered by chance deep in the Indian Ocean by a number of divers who had been searching for the remains of a plane that had disappeared in the area.

At her feet  were rose petals that through the law of gravity should have been floating on the surface of the water.  The statue is enormous. As can be seen in the video, it is at least double the size of a man.

It is a mystery how the statue ended up there, standing upright deep down on the ocean seabed. If it had fallen from a ship it should have broken into two, or be lying horizontally on the bottom. However, it stands perfectly erect as though placed on an altar, and with no sign of chipping or cracks. Another interesting detail is that by standing in the depth of the ocean…

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CALL TO ACTION! Contact your Congressmen Before Censorship Goes International

Censorship Need Not Become The New Normal!

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Now this is worth putting out the call to action for.

USMCA, the purported replacement to NAFTA, includes some provisions that spell bad news for anyone on the Internet with dissenting opinions to those who run the big tech companies.

The excellent Allum Bokhari reports (emphasis mine):

President Trump hailed the trade agreement he signed with Mexico and Canada last week as “great for all our countries.” Perhaps he doesn’t know that the NAFTA-replacing trade agreement, USMCA, gives tech giants in Silicon Valley a special legal privilege to censor his own supporters — and anyone else they find “objectionable.”

Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube all engaged in pre-election censorship against Republicans and Trump supporters. Yet they’ve managed to sneak a liability protection into President Trump’s trade bill that would make it even easier for them to censor their own users.

USMCA entrenches the tech giants’ legal protections under Section…

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Millhaven Press seeks Sword & Sorcery Tales

Have you got a Sword and Sorcery Tale collecting dust like a long-dead, mad wizard’s scroll in a damp and dark dungeon?

Millhaven Press will take a gander at it…

Books of the Broken

Millhaven Press is looking for one more Heroic Sword & Sorcery Tale to complete an anthology due out in winter 2018/Spring 2019.

The story should be 10,000+ words.

The theme is generalized and should be taken as a jumping off point.  We want each story to embrace the works of Robert E. Howard and others, but not mimic them.  We want a creative approach to the genre.

Compensation is 20% of net sales plus a free contributor copy.

Send submissions to millhavenpress@gmail.com.

Use Sword & Sorcery/Story Title/Word Count in the subject line of the email.

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Millhaven Press seeks “Lost World” stories…

I’ve got an idea for a lost world story that’s been looking for an excuse to be written.
If you have one too, then by all means, give it a whirl!

Books of the Broken

We are now accepting story proposals for our next project due out in late winter/early spring 2019.

We are seeking five story proposals of 12,000-20,000 words.

This time out we are looking for adventure stories of “lost worlds”.

We are paying tribute to Edgar Rice Burroughs, Sir Conan Arthur Doyle, H. Rider Haggard and the like…

Do you have a story idea featuring dinosaurs in the modern world? Does your story feature explorers stumbling upon a lost race of men?  Does your story feature a lost civilization at the bottom of the sea, in a long extinct volcano, in a remote jungle, or in the depths of the Earth itself?

If you have an idea with any or all the above, then send us a proposal.  If your story has none of the above, but is an adventure story with some fantasy element, give us a try.  Send us a…

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