Many spiritualists intuitively feel that God has no religion. Thus, at Easter, they forgo the theological rituals of Christianity and instead celebrate the mystical event by meditating upon the profound and powerful teachings of Rabbi Yeshua ben Yosef, also known as Jesus the Christ.
Such meditations often reveal that the spiritual experiences of the teachings of Jesus are just as fresh and relevant today as they were in ancient times, unlike the time-warped doctrinal interpretations and explanations of Jesus offered up by ecumenical religions.
Korean War veteran and historian Marshall Davis (pictured) took the lead as tour guide for the Alameda Naval Air and USS Hornet museums that hosted a fundraising event in honor
of the Doolittle Raid, which left from Alameda on April 1, 1942.
The "Doolittle Walk" featured visits to the place Jimmy Doolittle touched down on the runways just past the flight tower; Pier 2 where the USS Hornet was loaded with 16 B-25 bombers; and today’s USS Hornet which is technically a newer craft than the one that set out on the Doolittle Raid to bomb Tokyo.