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Donald Trump is STRIPPED from Illinois Republican primary ballots as judge orders him to be disqualified over his 'role in January 6 riots' - marking third state to try to ban former president-2/29 Guess what, another liberal black woman judge.

9 Ways The Feds Are Using ‘Bidenbucks’ To Rig The 2024 Election-2/29

They are not migrants, they are 'newcomers': Biden faces fury over new politically correct phrase for border crossers during historic crisis-2/29

Hunter Biden admits to being 'high or drunk' when he said he was 'sitting here' with dad Joe just days before $5.1 million flowed into family accounts from Chinese energy company-2/29

Facing Catastrophic Consequences New York Times Now Outlines Construct of Ukraine as USA Proxy Province-2/27

CIA Built "12 Secret Spy Bases" In Ukraine & Waged Shadow War For Last Decade, Bombshell NYT Report Confirms-2/26

A Company Family: The Untold History of Obama and the CIA-2/27

Horrific moment St Louis mother, 42, and her daughter, 21, are mowed down and killed after leaving Drake concert - as judge FREES suspected driver on bond-2/26 Surprise, a black woman judge did that.

Former Panama Border Chief: UN Is Behind the Chaos at US–Mexico Border-2/25

Venezuelan Illegal Immigrant In GA Murder Was Released From Custody Twice After Previous Arrests-2/26

AP under fire for Laken Riley coverage after posting story about how her murder highlights the 'dangers for female joggers' but fails to mention migration or fact suspect had been let out of jail a month ago-2/26

“They’re Not Sending Their Finest” – Communist Maduro Tells Biden Regime Venezuela Is Not Taking Back any Criminal Illegals – President Trump Weighs In-2/27

The Great Replacement is Real. The Nightmare Scenario is Now-2/24 Stress Testing Western Civ by Destroying It ...

Deputy Treasury Sec’y: ‘Russia Will Still Have the Ability to Sell Their Oil’ Because We Want to Keep Energy Prices Down-2/25

A Chinese Snowden?-2/22 Massive leak from Shanghai hacking firm shows China’s police are spying worldwide ...

‘Blood Money’: The Secret Chinese Military ‘Disintegration Warfare’ Manifesto to Rip America Apart Using Drugs, Social Chaos, and More-2/27

Nearly Half of Nikki Haley’s Voters in the South Carolina Open Primary Voted for Biden in 2020-2/27 I was wondering how many Dems voted.

Delaware's early voting and permanent absentee laws are unconstitutional, a judge says-2/27

Democratic states earmarked over $500 million in COVID-19 aid to help illegal immigrants-2/22

"Who Could Be Next": Top Canadian Pension Fund Sells Manhattan Office Tower For $1, Sparking Firesale Panic-2/29

Activists descend on Atlanta warning of 'serious consequences' if lawmakers don't back $80 BILLION reparations push, despite cash crunch in Georgia's hospital and prison systems-2/29

New York AG Letitia James Files Lawsuit Against Worlds Largest Beef Producer for ‘Misleading Public’ About its Impact on Climate-2/29

Exposed: Public Info Reveals New York AG Letitia James Lives High on the Public Hog-2/29

Exclusive: Former Biden Aide Paid Fani Willis’s Deputy DA Jeff DiSantis $131K in 2023-2/29

Panera Bread Exempt From $20 Per Hour CA Minimum Wage Law, Because Newsom Protects His Wealthy Buddies-2/29

The “Airman” Who Set Himself on Fire for Hamas was Antifa Ex-Cult Member-2/28

Exclusive–Former Employees Reveal Fani Willis’s Extreme DEI Training: Forced to Associate ‘White’ with ‘Bad’, Judges Ranked on Skin Color-2/27

Nathan Wade's divorce lawyer Terrence Bradley says 'I do not recall' MULTIPLE times as he's grilled on if his prosecutor client started dating Fani Willis before she hired him to investigate Trump-2/27

Exclusive: Biden Admin Planted Operative Jeff DiSantis in Fani Willis’ Office to Target Trump, Sources Say-2/26

The big recyclable plastic lie EXPOSED: Major plastic producers have known for decades that recycling products was neither economically or practically possible-2/28

State Universities Are Teaching Students To Blow Up Oil Pipelines, Records Show-2/26

Fixation on CO2 Ignores Real Driver of Temperature, Experts Say-2/26

DEI Disaster: Harvard Plagiarism Scandal Deepens with Allegations Against Diversity Administrator-2/26

Google AI Says Calling Communism "Evil" Is "Harmful And Misleading"-2/25 Careful Google AI, you just might have become more dangerous than communism.

Now Google's 'absurdly woke' Gemini AI refuses to condemn pedophilia as wrong - after being blasted over 'diverse' but historically inaccurate images-2/25

Biden Gets Confused About Jill, Admits Border Broken, 'Temporary Workers' Comment Has Everyone Talking-2/24

Google apologizes after new Gemini AI refuses to show pictures, achievements of White people-2/21 Woke goes in, woke comes out.

‘Absurdly woke’: Google’s AI chatbot spits out ‘diverse’ images of Founding Fathers, popes, Vikings-2/22

Scientists Hope to Fight Climate Change by Dumping Chemicals in the Ocean-2/20

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang lives in a $44M home in San Fran and created the $2 TRILLION collosus of the AI revolution - the extraordinary immigrant story of the tech genius on course to be the world's richest man (after once earning $2.65 an hour at Denny's)-2/27

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American Homer-10/1 City Journal, by Luke Nicastro; Celebrating the bicentenary of historian Francis Parkman, who produced a picture of America’s origins that remains unsurpassed--
Theodore Roosevelt gave a speech to the American Historical Association. The former president—himself a historian of no small talent—was dismayed by the specialization and dry scientism even then overtaking the discipline and addressed his remarks toward the possibility of “history as literature.”
Historians, he argued, were not just compilers of dusty facts; they were, or should be, artists. Their task was to turn the undigested data of the past into something splendid and imperishable, in the same way that Michelangelo wrested transcendence from a block of marble. An aesthetic sense was necessary to accomplish anything meaningful: “vast and fundamental truths,” Roosevelt warned, “can be discerned and interpreted only by one whose imagination is as lofty as the soul of a Hebrew prophet.”
Roosevelt’s exhortations did little to stem the discipline’s decline. Today’s historians tend to be minutiae-obsessed academics writing for other academics, or else outright propagandists who despise the past (and sometimes both). Far from uncovering “vast and fundamental truths,” their work too often concerns the topical, the trendy, and the tedious.
Perhaps this explains why the recent bicentenary of Francis Parkman, the great chronicler of the Anglo-French rivalry for North America, largely passed without observance (in striking contrast to the 1923 centenary, which was marked by public exhibitions and a spread in the New York Times). Parkman’s virtues are precisely those rejected by modern historians: palpable passion for his subject; an exhilarating sense of scale and purpose; and a singular knack for placing his readers in the middle of the action. Beguiled since boyhood by “a taste for the woods and the Indians,” Parkman poured his vast talents and energies into memorializing the centuries-long struggle of the Old World for mastery of the New, producing a picture of America’s origins that remains unsurpassed—both as analysis and as art.
Parkman was born in 1823 to a family eminent among Boston’s Brahmin class. He was marked out early for a respectable career—perhaps as a Unitarian divine, like his father, or else as an attorney. But the muse of history had other plans: young Francis fell under its spell while a sophomore at Harvard, directing his first, precocious efforts toward a study of the French and Indian War. The ambition grew with the execution: “I enlarged the plan,” he recounted in a later letter, “to include the whole course of the conflict between France and England; or, in other words, the history of the American forest. . . . my theme fascinated me, and I was haunted with wilderness images day and night.”
The result was one of the most remarkable achievements in American letters. France and England in North America, published in six volumes across the span of three decades, astonished readers with its finely wrought prose and unerring command of historical detail. Beginning in the sixteenth century with his protagonists’ first abortive efforts at colonization and ending on the Plains of Abraham 250 years later, Parkman’s sprawling narrative elevated the contest for the continent to the level of epic.
Though Parkman published several other works, including a memoir of time spent on the Oregon Trail and a history of Pontiac’s Rebellion, it is on France and England that his fame chiefly rests. Reviewers were quick to sense the magnitude of the accomplishment. The Atlantic pronounced it “a book for all mankind and for all time,” on par with the works of Herodotus and Thucydides; later admirers included Oliver Wendell Holmes, C. Vann Woodward, and Edmund Wilson. And as recently as 1983, when the Library of America brought out its indispensable two-volume edition, the Washington Post declared it “the greatest history ever written by an American. . . . a thousand years from now, if there are still Americans, Parkman will be their Homer.”
Like all great American artists, Parkman worked from life. Born too late to witness the drama itself, he insisted on seeing as much as possible of the vast stage on which it was acted. “I have visited and examined every spot where events of any importance in connection with the contest took place,” he wrote in the preface to his final volume, “and in short, the subject has been studied as much in the open air as at the library table.” He spent a month with an Oglala Sioux tribe to understand the conditions of Native American life, and a spell living with Passionist monks in Rome provided insight into the mystic heart of Catholicism. The overall approach was of a piece with the Romantic movement: try to grasp the vital essence of things, over and above their ancillary details.
This emphasis on essentials led Parkman to train his gaze firstly on institutions. The societies of the 13 colonies were relatively open and tolerant, drawing diverse emigrants in the tens of thousands. Agriculture, commerce, and the manual trades provided a modest but broad and self-sustaining prosperity, buttressed by a legal regime that protected property and supported enterprise. “Here,” Parkman tells us, “the prize was within every man’s reach; patient industry need never doubt its reward.”... More >>>

Visions of the Sacred Heart of Jesus: 4 Mystical Messages to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque-6/14 EWTN Great Britain, ...
Second Revelation: July 2, 1674 – Feast of the Visitation St. Margaret Mary Alacoque: “The Divine Heart was presented to me in a throne of flames, more resplendent than a sun, transparent as crystal, with this adorable wound. And it was surrounded with a crown of thorns, signifying the punctures made in it by our sins, and a cross above signifying that from the first instant of
His Incarnation…” “My Divine Master revealed to me that it was His ardent desire to be known, loved and honored by men, and His eager desire to draw them back from the road to perdition, along which Satan is driving them in countless numbers, that induced Him to manifest His Heart to men with all the treasures of love, mercy, grace, sanctification and salvation that It contains.” “This Heart of God must be honored under the form of His heart of flesh, whose image He wanted exposed, and also worn on me and on my heart. “He promised to pour out into the hearts of all those who honor the image of His Heart all the gifts it contains in fullness, and for all those who would wear this image on their persons He promised to imprint His love on their hearts and to destroy all unruly inclinations. “Everywhere this holy image was exposed to be honored, He would pour fourth His graces and blessings. This blessing was, as it were, a final effort of His love. He wanted to bestow upon men during these final centuries such loving redemption in order to snatch them from the control of Satan, whom He intended to destroy.” ...

Francis Bacon's Private Manuscript Notebook (Known as the Promus of Formularies and Elegancies) The Source of Several Hundred Resemblances, Correspondences and Parallels Found Throughout his Shakespeare Poems and Plays-6/2

On this day in history, May 2, 1611, King James Bible published, helped fuel revolution in American colonies-5/2 Fox News

Francis Bacon and James 1st Bible-5/2

Edgar Cayce and Atlantis by Debbie Elliott-8/14 Hermes Risen,
... “Be it true that there is the fact of reincarnation, and that souls that once occupied such an environ (meaning Atlantis), are entering the earth’s sphere and inhabiting individuals in the present, is it any wonder that-if they made such alterations in the affairs of the earth in their day, as to bring destruction upon themselves-if they are entering now, they might make changes in the affairs of peoples and individuals in the present.” (364-1)
... “In Atlantis when there were turmoils between children of Law of One and the sons of Belial, found Sons of Belial desirable for gratification of material emotions and desires.” (3376-2)
... “The gratifying, the satisfying, the use of material things for self, without thought or consideration as to the sources of such nor the hardships in the experience of others. Or, in other words, as would term it today, they were those without a standard of morality. The Sons of Belial had no standard, save of self, self-aggrandisement.” (877-26)
... “that the soul was given by the Creator or entered from outside sources into the projection of the mental and spiritual self at the given periods. That was the standard of the Law of One but was rejected by the Sons of Belial.” (877-26) ...

After death, you’re aware that you’ve died, say scientists-8/14

Amazon's new invention could let you “speak” to the dead — but should it?-8/14

"I see activation angels more often than any other kind. When I'm at a church that knows God wants to actively and continuously pour out His love on them, these angels are soaring through the crowd doling out endless gifts, blessings, and impartations. Tragically, in most settings, I see these angels waiting. Whether it's for someone to send them, someone to open up their heart and mind, or someone to take ownership of their city or neighborhood--the angels wait for someone who knows what God has given to His people." Blake Healy, The Veil Fantastic book. He has seen angels since he was a little boy.

Jonathan Tetelman & Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie - Puccini: Nessun Dorma (Flashmob in Berlin) Wow

Secret Bacon-Shakespeare Links - Bacon Verses, Shakespeare First Folio & The Stratford Monument

New book sheds light on the historical mystery of Rennes-le-Château in France Breakthrough solutions to one of the great unsolved enigmas of our times-10/31 By: Ignotum Press, MANCHESTER, U.K. - PRLog.
-- A newly released book, The Map and the Manuscript: Journeys in the Mysteries of the Two Rennes by Simon M. Miles, offers startling new insights into the fascinating enigma of the Affair of Rennes-le-Château. The subject of a string of best-sellers over the years, from The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (1981) by Lincoln, Baigent and Leigh, to one of the biggest novels of all time, The Da Vinci Code (2003) by Dan Brown, the mystery has given rise to literally hundreds of books, documentaries and movies, but until now, many questions at the heart of the Affair have remained unsolved.
Author Simon M. Miles describes his new book:
"The riddle of Rennes-le-Château has fascinated me ever since I watched a BBC documentary on the subject as a teenager in the 1970s. Later, I spent over twenty years investigating this extraordinary nest of puzzles, including five years living in a local village close to the area. In The Map and the Manuscript, I present the results of my work, including new and compelling breakthrough solutions to some longstanding problems which have intrigued readers and researchers for decades."
The story was first brought to wide public attention in the late 1960s in France with the publication of The Gold of Rennes (1967) by Gérard de Sède. It told the story of a priest in the tiny village of Rennes-le-Château in the Languedoc in the late 19th century who discovered something during renovations to his 9th century church, dedicated to Mary Magdalene, that led him to immense wealth. He spent lavishly on a new church, buildings and gardens which may still be seen to this day, but the secret of the origin of his riches died with him. These events gave rise to an interconnected sequence of mysteries which have continued to fascinate investigators to this day.
Now, for the first time, this new book provides answers to many of the key questions which hover over the Affair. These include the discovery of some extraordinary ancient interventions in the landscape around the village, located in the foothills of the Pyrenees. It also presents the solution to the mysterious coded parchments, said to have been found by the priest, but subsequently shown to be twentieth century concoctions. These are shown to conceal a hidden geometrical map, the "map in the manuscript" of the book's title.
This is just the beginning of the secrets revealed in this new book, published by Ignotum Press, an independent small publisher based near Manchester, UK. It also explores a strange surrealist poem published in 1967, (Le Serpent Rouge) whose author has remained unidentified until now. The revelation of the identity of this author is a major turning point in understanding the mystery, and reveals the involvement of a hitherto unsuspected figure in the Affair, a respected French academic and professor who has never previously been associated with these events. ...

Editor: There are two very good reviews at the Amazon link. One of them is by Christina Waldman who sent me an email and heads-up about this book. Thanks Christina. And as the second reviewer says, this book "contains everything I love: secrets, cryptography, puzzles, riddles, geometry, wordplay and more." ...
Man, I have to stop buying books on Templars, Cathars, Bacon, Rosicrucians, etc, but not yet. I think I'm going to have to get this Kindle edi

Shakespeare's Holy Grail: The Ancient Secret Revealed (The Poisoned Chalice) Paperback – June 30, 2022, by Paul Hunting.
Amazon description: In this refreshingly iconoclastic work, author Paul Hunting goes on a quest to investigate the theory of whether William Shakespeare was far more than just 'the Bard.' What if he was a spiritual master with a direct line to the divine and all the plays were connected by a single golden thread? What if all the great characters were not just characters, but also characterisations of the core archetypes of human consciousness? What if all the plots were not so much about the outer world of matter and material, but the inner world of spirit? What if his final play, The Tempest, was placed first in the folio because it was both a foreshadowing and a denouement that summed up the subtext of all the other plays? What if Shakespeare was part of that great covert underground movement of artists and sages that knew there was something awry in the religions and did all they could subliminally to (a) subvert and undermine the authority, corruption, and tyranny of Church and Crown and (b) reveal the truth those in power do not wish us to know? Shakespeare's Holy Grail helps awaken us to profound depths of spiritual enlightenment and probe deep into our own souls.

Is The Holy Grail Hidden In The Works Of William Shakespeare?-7/6 The London Economic, by Timothy Arden;
According to new research, the elusive Holy Grail may have finally been discovered … encoded within the plays of William Shakespeare. Indeed, one of hundreds of subtle references the Bard seemingly makes to the Holy Grail could be the ‘Poisoned Chalice’ prophesied by Macbeth to bring about his ultimate downfall.
Shakespeare expert Paul Hunting has spent nearly a decade analysing the Bard’s most famous plays. His bestselling new book, Shakespeare’s Holy Grail: The Ancient Secret Revealed, focuses on three of them: Macbeth, Hamlet and The Tempest. In order to perceive what he believes are hidden spiritual meanings within, Hunting asks radical unorthodox questions such as, ‘Is Macbeth the story of how Satan was defeated by Christ?’ ‘Is Hamlet the story of how Christ defeated Satan?’ He firmly believes the answer is ‘yes’, and that these plays contain a multi-layered code that reveals secret spiritual teachings, the true ‘Holy Grail’, dating back thousands of years.
The Holy Grail may finally have been discovered… hidden in William Shakespeare’s plays, experts revealed yesterday. Popularly believed to have been the chalice that Jesus drank from at the Last Supper, the sacred relic has been searched for since the Middle Ages. The elusive object, which according to tradition was also used to collect Christ’s blood at the Crucifixion, is said to hold mystical powers and its whereabouts has preoccupied generations of amateur and professional academics alike. But despite this, the Holy Grail has never been found. According to a new theory, however, the fabled artefact may not be a cup at all but the key to a collection of radical spiritual teachings shared by Jesus that have been supressed for nearly 2,000 years. And, it is claimed, this “forbidden knowledge” has been right under our noses for centuries, locked away within the 37 plays of William Shakespeare. ...

The Great Light. 19th century French lithograph depicting Francis Bacon as the Supreme Master and President of the Brotherhood of the Golden Rose-Croix. (from Building Paradise by Peter Dawkins; xvi)

Editor: The reason Shakespeare was "secretly, one of our most profound spiritual masters," is because he was Sir Francis Bacon. It's odd that the author Paul Hunting does not say this outright. If he cracked all of Bacon's code, he would have known this. Maybe it's somewhere in the book, I haven't read it yet. Also, it seems he has an incomplete understanding of the Holy Grail. No matter, this is a valuable addition to the Shakespeare/Bacon/St. Germain corpus. You can read more about Bacon, the  Brotherhood of the Golden Rose-Croix and Freemasonry directly below.


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The 100 Greatest Spiritual Books of All Time. Reverse Spins,
Greatest means the higher truths as well as the greatest impact on the world, a nation, population or the youth. As with any list of this kind, there are going to be 5 to 10 books that you think should be on this list. We may even agree with you. If so, we are going to have to subtract an equal number of books.
We will get to the great historical works, but we’d like to begin with the year 1875, when the Ascended Masters stepped forward for the first time in a very, very long time. They were preparing the world for the Aquarian Age and the new hierarch for the next 2,000 years, Saint Germain.
The year of 1875 was a pivotal year in spiritual history and astrology. This was the time that the old Occult Law was able to be set aside and all seekers on earth received a great gift of freedom and enlightenment. Previously, these teachings were only available in mystery schools for worthy disciples. Key spiritual teachings started to be released in the late 1800’s and then accelerated in the 1930’s and ever since. You will find many of these treasures here. We begin then, with Theosophy and three of their best:
1. The Secret Doctrine, the one, the only, the classic, but a difficult read. 
2. The Masters and the Path, by C.W. Leadbeater. Great teachings from Leadbeater and the masters.
3. The Mahatma Letters, by A.P. Sinnett. Learn how intimate the masters can be. ... >>> More

The Greatest Story Never Told: How the Knights Templar created Europe's first nation-state and a home for the Grail-6/29 View Zone review of Freddy Silva's book.
In 1159 the first king of Portugal, Afonso Henriques, placed a mysterious seal on a charter that awarded the Knights Templar one third of his new, hard-won territory -- an extraordinary move for a new monarch. On this strip of land the Templars would erect they most famous and lasting monuments: the Mother of All Churches dedicated to Mary Magdalene, and a rotunda with no door; visitors accessed the interior of the building via a secret chamber used for the investiture of new knights, or to administer the inner brotherhood's most secret rite, the 'raising of the dead'.  The king of Portugal's seal on the Charter of Ceras awarding the Templars a third of the country. But why does it read PORTUG-R-AL ? The king's seal contains an anagram and reveals why the Templars were awarded this territory and why they patiently waited forty years to receive it. Secret societies love their symbols because, just like parables, to the casual viewer they convey one message while to the initiate of the Mysteries they conceal another.
At first sight the seal with its scrambled letters form the word PORTUGAL. To the esoteric reader it reveals something altogether deeper, an added R, PORTU-GRAL. But to an initiate it reads, in Portuguese, POR TU O GRAL: "Through You The Grail." Is it possible the Templars inherited one-third of Portugal under unusual circumstances and there deposited their most famous artifact?
To understand how we got to this point we must first return to the moment when the Templars became an official order. In 1118 a new king of Jerusalem was chosen, Baudoin de Bourcq. Barely had Baudoin gotten used to his newly appointed seat when he received a visit from Hugues de Payen and Godefroi de Saint-Omer, as though the two proto-Templars were presenting their credentials. Whatever Hugues and Godefroi pitched the new king it sold him, and soon after, a small, close-knit group of knights moved into premises on Temple Mount to became officially known as the Knights Templar.
This is the official historical record. But new evidence shows that, seven years earlier, the Templars were already present and materially active in another land two thousand miles to the west, and through their intervention, this secret endeavour became their greatest accomplishment -- the creation of Europe's first independent nation-state.
It's the close of the 11th century. There is no France, no Spain, and the German states are largely under the tutelage of the Holy Roman Empire. After riding west to help the Castillian king reclaim his lands from the Moors, a knight named Henri of Burgundy inherits the Atlantic port city of Porto Cale and its surrounding territory -- the small county of Portucale -- whereupon Henri changes his name, in Portuguese, to Count Dom Henrique. He had barely time to enjoy his new status when he was asked to set sail for Jerusalem, arriving just after its conquest by Crusaders. Little did Dom Henrique know that his decision to sail to Palestine would mark a pivotal moment in the history of his newly-acquired land, for the people he'd meet in Jerusalem would one day shape the destiny of his tiny territory. ...

Ghosts of Atlantis: How the Echoes of Lost Civilizations Influence Our Modern World Paperback – April 6, 2021 by J. Douglas Kenyon
Doug Kenyon's latest book from the pages of his popular Atlantis Rising magazine. Here is the Amazon write-up:
An intensive investigation into the evidence for a forgotten fountainhead of civilization lost at the end of the last ice age
• Reveals evidence of advanced ancient technology, anomalous ancient maps, time travel, crystal science, ancient Armageddon, and Atlantis in the Bible
• Explores the true age of the Sphinx, the Stone Age high-tech found at Gobekli Tepe, the truth of Rapa Nui (Easter Island), the Zep Tepi monuments of Egypt, the mysteries of the Gulf of Cambay, and what lies beneath the ice of Antarctica
• Examines the advanced knowledge of the ancients and how the search for Atlantis and other lost worlds reflects the search for the lost soul of humanity
We live within the ruins of an ancient civilization whose vast size has rendered it invisible. Remembered in myth as Atlantis, Lemuria, or other lost world archetypes, the remains of this advanced civilization have lain buried for millennia beneath the deserts and oceans of the world, leaving us many mysterious and inexplicable clues.
Investigating the perennial myth of a forgotten fountainhead of civilization, J. Douglas Kenyon presents extensive physical and spiritual evidence of a lost great culture, the collective amnesia that wiped it from planetary memory, and the countless ways ancient catastrophes still haunt modern civilization. He explores evidence of advanced ancient technology, anomalous ancient maps, extraterrestrial influence, time travel, crystal science, and the true age of the Sphinx. He examines evidence of Atlantis in the Bible and ancient Armageddon, the Stone Age high-tech found at Gobekli Tepe, the truth of Rapa Nui (Easter Island), the Zep Tepi monuments of Egypt, the mysteries of the Gulf of Cambay, and what lies beneath the ice of Antarctica. He looks at extinction events, Earth’s connection with Mars, and how our DNA reveals that humanity has had enough time to evolve civilization and lose it more than once.
Exploring the advanced esoteric and spiritual knowledge of the ancients, Kenyon shows that the search for Atlantis and other lost worlds reflects the search for the lost soul of humanity. Drawing upon Velikovsky’s notion of a species-wide amnesia caused by the trauma of losing an entire civilization, he reveals how the virtual ruins of a lost history are buried deep in our collective unconscious, constantly tugging at our awareness. As Kenyon reveals, by overcoming “the Great Forgetting,” humanity can find its way out of the haunted labyrinth in which we find ourselves lost today and rediscover the heights of spiritual and technological advancement of our ancient ancestors.


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The Esoteric Origins of Freemasonry, the Rosicrucians and the Lost Symbols Of Ancient Egypt-4/14 By William C. House, Reverse Spins
"The critics can go to hell. We don't know half enough about Lord Bacon." —Frederich Nietzsche
From: The Real History of the Rosicrucians by Arthur Edward Waite [1887]
Quod utilius Deus patefieri sinet, quod autem majoris momenti est, vulgo adhuc latet usque ad Eliæ Artistæ adventum, quando is venerit. "God will permit a discovery of the highest importance to be made, it must be hidden till the advent of the artist Elias." In the first chapter of the same work, he says:--Hoc item verum est nihil est absconditum quod non sit retegendum; ideo, post me veniet cujus magnale nundum vivit qui multa revelabit. "And it is true, there is nothing concealed which shall not be discovered; for which cause a marvellous being shall come after me, who as yet lives not, and who shall reveal many things."
These passages have been claimed as referring to the founder of the Rosicrucian order, and as prophecies of this character are usually the outcome of a general desire rather than of an individual inspiration, they are interesting evidence that then as now many thoughtful people were looking for another saviour of society. At the beginning of the seventeenth century "a great and general reformation," says Buhle,--a reformation far more radical and more directed to the moral improvement of mankind than that accomplished by Luther,--"was believed to be impending over the human race, as a necessary forerunner to the day of judgment." ...
Was Christian Rosenkreutz a real person?
... I have come upon some new information that has changed my mind regarding the origins of Rosicrucianism. In some unpublished remarks of Mark Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, they both stated that Saint Germain was Christian Rosenkreutz. Mark said it first. ECP said it again in 1996. Now it is possible, since Saint Germain was Sir Francis Bacon, that they meant Bacon wrote the Rosicrucian texts. But they didn't clarify that, they said he was Rosenkreutz.
Manly P. Hall did not believe Christian Rosenkreutz was a real person. On the other hand, the more intuitive Rudolph Steiner did. In fact, to his credit, Steiner recognized that the Count of Saint Germain is the avatar for the Aquarian Age. Other than an inner confirmation, the only proof he offers is the decorations and artwork in Karlštejn Castle outside of Prague built by Charles IV (1347-1378). Many, he says were inspired by Rosicrucian principles. ...

A Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics-1/17 Quanta Magazine, By Natalie Walchover; Physicists have discovered a jewel-shaped geometric object that challenges the notion that space and time are fundamental constituents of nature.
Physicists have discovered a jewel-like geometric object that dramatically simplifies calculations of particle interactions and challenges the notion that space and time are fundamental components of reality. “This is completely new and very much simpler than anything that has been done before,” said Andrew Hodges, a mathematical physicist at Oxford University who has been following the work. The revelation that particle interactions, the most basic events in nature, may be consequences of geometry significantly advances a decades-long effort to reformulate quantum field theory, the body of laws describing elementary particles and their interactions. Interactions that were previously calculated with mathematical formulas thousands of terms long can now be described by computing the volume of the corresponding jewel-like “amplituhedron,” which yields an equivalent one-term expression.
“The degree of efficiency is mind-boggling,” said Jacob Bourjaily, a theoretical physicist at Harvard University and one of the researchers who developed the new idea.  ...


Turner Classic Movies adds 'sexist and racist content' warning to 18 movies, including Breakfast at Tiffany's, Psycho, Gone With the Wind and My Fair Lady-3/6 The list includes The Searchers and Stagecoach both of which made my list below. Editor

Another on my List: The Magnificent Seven now has a warning in the beginning titles like PG-13, only this one is labeled "OC." It means "Outdated Cultural Depiction."

Watch These Westerns Before Wokeness Cancels Them-1/7 Reverse Spins, by William House. I once read an article maybe 20 years ago about Russian Jews escaping the Bolsheviks in the early 1900's. Some of them settled in New Jersey. They got into the film making business where it was already thriving thanks to the likes of Thomas Edison and others. As a reaction to communism that they witnessed first hand, they focused on what they considered was good and noble in their new country. They chose to make Westerns. This medium could best express those ideals.
The way things are going, it is only a matter of time before Wokeness and the Cancel Culture targets Westerns.
Here then are the Westerns you should watch before Netflix, TNT and Amazon Prime make them disappear: ... More




? " ''Sound of Freedom' shocks at July 4th box office, beats woke 'Indiana Jones' sequel-7/8