Neville Goddard was born in Barbados in 1905 and was generally known by the single given name Neville. By 1926, Neville’s interest in metaphysics led him to the Rosicrucian Society, the Qabalah and the Hebrew text Bible. There he found the underpinnings for what is described as the law of consciousness.
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A full winter snow is yet to descend upon Omaha, but that does not mean you can’t get into the holiday season spirit with a showing of It’s a Wonderful Life at The Rose Theater through Dec 20. This American treasure is a story about George Bailey, and the saving of both his life and his Christmas spirit by a guardian angel. This production is suitable for all audiences, and has a running time of 75 minutes. All performances are digital only. To purchase a digital ticket and stream the show in the comfort and safety of your own home, visit www.rosetheater.org.
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