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Catherine’s 68-page book, “Prayers For The Year 2016,” written as a Christmas gift to her clients and subscribers, is available at no charge to anyone who emails a request, while supplies last.

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2015 Solari Christmas Card

View Solari’s Christmas Donations for 2015

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Edinburgh

Brunch with Catherine in Edinburgh, Scotland – Sunday, October 25, 2015

I will be having Sunday brunch at The Edinburgh Larder Licensed Cafe and you’re invited to join me!

Thank you to the wonderful British subscriber who e-mailed and said, “Are you going to have lunch in the UK?” He says he is coming to Scotland for brunch, so there will be at least two of us…we’re hoping for more.

The Edinburgh Larder Licensed Cafe
15 Blackfriars Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1NB.
0131 556 6922

Brunch will be “on your own” and, for your convenience, the restaurant accepts cash, Visa and Discover.

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“The rise of the Dutch Republic must ever be regarded as one of the leading events of modern times.” ~ John Lothrop Motley

By Catherine Austin Fitts

When I was growing up in Philadelphia, the boardwalk in Atlantic City was the place to go for people watching. The central district of Amsterdam is Atlantic City to the exponential power of ten. It’s the ultimate global boardwalk.

It feels like everyone is here – from across Europe, from the Middle East and Africa, from North and South America, from Asia and “Down Under.” There are businessmen and hustlers and beautiful women and dog lovers; there are spotters and spies and pick pockets and con men. There are cheesemakers and chefs, bouncers and bodybuilders.  The young people pour through the streets all day and all night engaged in a European version of Rumspringa.

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