Signs of The Times

The expression became part of the Zeitgeist (particularly in my SUB-generation: Catholic teenagers in 1960, in between the opposite myths of Che Guevara and  JFK), with Pope John 2 and his Enciclicae letters writers, like mons. Ferrari Toniolo. The Zeitgeist became self-reflective (reflecting on the Zeit’s signs), in a turn of space-time, and self-referemtial systems were in the pipeline.

Here is another mirror referentiality. In the June 26 selection of Signs of “The Times” (London), there this this guy from Kent,  Kevin Goddard, who goes to Singapore and spots a sign of Zeitgeist war between Christians and Potterists (a derivation of Shamanism). But, travelling for business or  tourism, even Tom Porter of Singapore, while eating a sandwich,  detects something odd in Sandwich, Kent. Now they might know each other, as soon as the first of the two gets back home: The Times has the emails, from which they received the Signs.




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