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Silent Minute

Nazi officer: “Silent Minute” of prayer helped defeat Hitler. we’re posting the following excerpt from the book “Creating Peace by Being Peace” by Gabriel Cousins, MD which provides evidence that thoughts and prayers for peace may have affected the outcome of World War II. We’ve added the highlighted type. – The editor

“The concept of the Silent Minute each day was developed in Britain during World War II. People were asked to devote one minute of prayer for peace at nine o’clock each evening.

“This dedicated minute received the support of King George, Sir Winston Churchill, and his Cabinet. It was also recognized by President Roosevelt and observed on land and sea, on battlefields, in air raid shelters, and in hospitals.

“With Churchill’s support, the BBC, on Sunday, November 10, 1940, began to play the bells of Big Ben on the radio as a signal for the Silent Minute. This continued daily from 1942 to the end of the war, totaling millions of people.

“An interesting anecdote emphasizes the profound power of the group meditation of the Silent Minute. In 1945, a British intelligence officer was interrogating a high Nazi official. He asked him why he thought Germany lost the war. His reply was:

‘During the war, you had a secret weapon for which we could find no countermeasure, which we did not understand, but it was very powerful. It was associated with the striking of the Big Ben each evening. I believe you called it the Silent Minute.’”

Mars Orbiter photo of UFO crash site

The photo above, and the one on the right, were taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on December 29, 2006. Together they reveal a long skid mark that appears to have been created by a disc-shaped object that plowed into the surface of Mars. The discovery was made by a South African Mars researcher and posted on his Jean Ward YouTube channel. He estimated the disc’s diameter to be between 39-49 feet.After failing to find this site for ourselves by using Google Earth/Mars, we finally found it by scrolling deep into the University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory website known as HiRISE. If you wish to learn more, click on this link to watch Jean Ward’s YouTube video about his discovery:


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