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“I’m afraid you have it all wrong, all of you.  I’ve been monitoring some of their old-style radio waves, the empire spokesman trying to ridicule their religion, but he couldn’t. Well, don’t you understand? It’s not the sun up in the sky. It’s the Son of God.”

Lieutenant Nyota Uhura, Star Trek, Bread and Circuses episode

 

 

Sad news that actress Nichelle Nichols, at age 85, has been diagnosed with dementia.  Prayers for her and her family.

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6 Comments

  1. Love that detail..the blessing…Foxfier. All Carthusian monks who are in Heaven, pray for her til she’s with you.
    She is in my ipad photos people for which I do partial indulgence work ongoingly. Sign of the cross said and done achieves that…repeated for an hour sometimes…for many murder and accident and fire victims.

  2. There is so much more to this actress: upon reading her bio I learned Nichelle Nichols was also worked with NASA. As Lt Uhura, she a dedicated crew member, unflappable, and of course very attractive.
    You probably wouldnt hear the Son of God mentioned in any space shows these days.
    One of the things that is so special about TAC, (at least to me) is that obscure events n people are spotlighted which encourages me to research n learn more. Thank you, Donald McCleary n your contributing posters.

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