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Right-Wing Is Filled with Biblical Illiterates: They’d Be Shocked by Jesus’ Teachings if They Ever Picked Up a Bible


Jesus wouldn’t have supported food stamps?

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly defended the Republican Party’s spending cuts for SNAP by effectively declaring Jesus would not support food stamps for the poor because most them are drug addicts. If his insensitive remark is inconsistent with Scripture, which it is, then the question becomes why do talking heads on the right get away with proclaiming what Jesus would or wouldn’t support?

The answer is simple: Conservatives have not read the Bible.

The Right has successfully rebranded the brown-skinned liberal Jew, who gave away free healthcare and was pro-redistributing wealth, into a white-skinned, trickledown, union-busting conservative, for the very fact that an overwhelming number of Americans are astonishingly illiterate when it comes to understanding the Bible. On hot-button social issues, from same-sex marriage to abortion, biblical passages are invoked without any real understanding of the context or true meaning. It’s surprising how little Christians know of what is still the most popular book to ever grace the American continent.

More than 95 percent of U.S. households own at least one copy of the Bible. So how much do Americans know of the book that one-third of the country believes to be literally true? Apparently, very little, according to data from the Barna Research group. Surveys show that 60 percent can’t name more than five of the Ten Commandments; 12 percent of adults think Joan of Arc was Noah’s wife; and nearly 50 percent of high school seniors think Sodom and Gomorrah were a married couple. A Gallup poll shows 50 percent of Americans can’t name the first book of the Bible, while roughly 82 percent believe “God helps those who help themselves” is a biblical verse.

So, if Americans get an F in the basic fundamentals of the Bible, what hope do they have in knowing what Jesus would say about labor unions, taxes on the rich, universal healthcare, and food stamps? It becomes easy to spread a lie when no one knows what the truth is.

The truth, whether Republicans like it or not, is not only that Jesus a meek and mild liberal Jew who spoke softly in parables and metaphors, but conservatives were the ones who had him killed. American conservatives, however, have morphed Jesus into a muscular masculine warrior, in much the same way the Nazis did, as a means of combating what they see as the modernization of society.

Author Thom Hartmann writes, “A significant impetus behind the assault on women and modernity was the feeling that women had encroached upon traditional male spheres like the workplace and colleges. Furthermore, women’s leadership in the churches had harmed Christianity by creating an effeminate clergy and a weak sense of self. All of this was associated with liberalism, feminism, women, and modernity.”

It’s almost absurd to speculate what Jesus’ positions would be on any single issue, given we know so little about who Jesus was. Knowing the New Testament is not simply a matter of reading the Bible cover to cover, or memorizing a handful of verses. Knowing the Bible requires a scholarly contextual understanding of authorship, history and interpretation.

For instance, when Republicans were justifying their cuts to the food stamp program, they quoted 2 Thessalonians: “Anyone unwilling to work should not eat.” One poll showed that more than 90 percent of Christians believe this New Testament quote is attributed to Jesus. It’s not. This was taken from a letter written by Paul to his church in Thessalonica. Paul wrote to this specific congregation to remind them that if they didn’t help build the church in Thessalonica, they wouldn’t be paid. The letter also happens to be a fraud. Surprise! Biblical scholars agree it’s a forgery written by someone pretending to be Paul.

What often comes as a surprise to your average Sunday wine-and-cracker Christian is the New Testament did not fall from the sky the day Jesus’ ghost is said to have ascended to Heaven. The New Testament is a collection of writings, 27 in total, of which 12 are credited to the authorship of Paul, five to the Gospels (whomever wrote Luke also wrote Acts), and the balance remain open for debate i.e. authorship unknown. Jesus himself wrote not a single word of the New Testament. Not a single poem, much less an op-ed article on why, upon reflection, killing your daughter for backchat is probably not sound parenting.

The best argument against a historical Jesus is the fact that none of his disciples left us with a single record or document regarding Jesus or his teachings. So, who were the gospel writers? The short answer is we don’t know. What we do know is that not only had none of them met Jesus, but also they never met the people who had allegedly met Jesus. All we have is a bunch of campfire stories from people who were born generations after Jesus’ supposed crucifixion. In other words, numerous unidentified authors, each with his own theological and ideological motives for writing what they wrote. Thus we have not a single independently verifiable eyewitness account of Jesus—but this doesn’t stop Republicans from speaking on his behalf.

What we do know about Jesus, at least according to the respective gospels, is that Jesus’ sentiments closely echoed the social and economic policies of the political left. The Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount read like the mission statement of the ACLU: “Blessed are the poor, for theirs is kingdom of heaven,” “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth,” and “Blessed are the peacemakers.” Jesus also said, “Judge not he who shall not be judged,” and “Sell what you have and give it to the poor.”

So, when Republicans accuse Obama of being a brown-skinned socialist who wants to redistribute the wealth, they’re thinking of Jesus. Stephen Colbert joked, “Jesus was always flapping his gums about the poor but never once did he call for a tax cut for the wealthiest 2 percent of Romans.”

Biblical illiteracy is what has allowed the Republican Party to get away with shaping Jesus into their image. That’s why politicians on the right can get away with saying the Lord commands that our healthcare, prisons, schools, retirement, transport, and all the rest should be run by corporations for profit. Ironically, the Republican Jesus was actually a devout atheist—Ayn Rand—who called the Christian religion “monstrous.” Rand advocated selfishness over charity, and she divided the world into makers versus takers. She also stated that followers of her philosophy had to chose between Jesus and her teachings. When the Christian Right believes it’s channeling Jesus when they say it’s immoral for government to tax billionaires to help pay for healthcare, education and the poor, they’re actually channeling Ayn Rand. When Bill O’Reilly claims the poor are immoral and lazy, that’s not Jesus, it’s Ayn Rand.

The price this country has paid for biblical illiteracy is measured by how far we’ve moved toward Ayn Rand’s utopia. In the past three decades, we’ve slashed taxes on corporations and the wealthy, destroyed labor unions, deregulated financial markets, eroded public safety nets, and committed to one globalist corporate free-trade agreement after another. Rand would be smiling down from the heaven she didn’t believe in.

With the far-right, Republican-appointed majority on the Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Koch brothers’ Citizens United, the flow of billions of dollars from anonymous donors to the most reliable voting bloc of the Republican Party—the Christian Right—will continue to perpetuate the biblically incompatible, anti-government, pro-deregulation-of-business, anti-healthcare-for-all, Tea Party American version of Christianity.

CJ Werleman is the author of Crucifying America and God Hates You, Hate Him Back. Follow him on Twitter @cjwerleman.

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The Tattooed Priestess’ of Hathor


14 December, 2013 – 10:04 margaretmoose

She was known as the mother of god and the daughter of god, the eye of god, the creatrix of the rays of the sun, the embodiment of the circular essence of life. She was the Lady of the Limit or the one who spreads to the edge of the universe and the Lady of the West who welcomed souls to the afterlife. She was the goddess of fertility and assisted women in childbirth. She was Hathor the Celestial Cow whose legs formed the pillars of the sky and the Milky Way ran across her belly.

It is believed that the worship of Hathor dates to pre-dynastic times and in fact she may represent many of the earlier original female deities such as Bat, Sekhmet and others all combined into one figure. Female deities gradually became less important as complex agrarian society became predominate and the emergence of the ever increasing ownership of both goods and land exalted the male gods who represented power through physical strength. Male domination of society pushed the sacred feminine aside and began the systematic removal of the sacred feminine from virtually every religion on earth. When the gods are no longer female then human females have less power or no power, they are second to the male who is in the image of the divine but it was not always this way, once there was balance and many of the earliest deities were seen as having a dualistic nature embodying both the masculine and the feminine. The worship of Hathor paints a vivid picture of this type of transition, from the temple of the greatest god, the mother of all to the modern perception of a cult of tattooed prostitutes.

Hathor was one of the most important gods in early Egypt and she remained important up until the middle kingdom when the significance of the female gods waned and with it the role of women in the priesthood. Hathors temple may have been one of the few that allowed women to hold equal positions as men but by the new kingdom only men seem to hold the title of priest and women are reduced to the role of shemayet or musicians.

HathorIt is this trend towards the marginalization of women within the temple that leads us all the way to the late 19th century when several tattooed female mummies were discovered. Before this discovery only pictures in tombs and on pottery were the best evidence that some Egyptians were tattooed. Previously tiny faience female figurines showing tattoo patterns on their thighs, wrists, abdomen, and upper body had been discovered in tombs and the tattoos on the newly discovered mummies were in many instances almost identical to the figurines.  Suddenly it became obvious that the tiny figurines were actually depicting real tattoos and their meanings could be directly traced to the priestess’ of Hathor.

The figurines were found in both male and female burials but only female tattooed mummies were found.  The function of the faience figurines in the tombs has been theorized to serve as a fertility charm, an amulet to assure the dead a good sex ‘after life’, or to represent a feminine ideal but considering that Hathor was known as the Lady of the West, who welcomes the dead it seems that the figurines might represent Hathor herself or her earthly representatives and thus serve as a guide for the deceased.

When the tattooed women were discovered most academics dismissed them as women of low status, probably prostitutes, ‘dancing girls’ or maybe royal concubines because the area where the bodies were found, Deir el-Bahari, was the site of royal and high status burials. The most famous of these tattooed mummies is Amunet, Priestess of the Goddess Hathor. The mummy of Amunet was discovered in 1891 by the French Egyptologist Eugène Grébaut and from all accounts the tattoos were seen as quite sensual, of course at this time curved table legs were also considered sensual so one must view their reaction in context to their Victorian morays.

Not everyone however was swept up in visions of beautiful dancing girls, their tattooed bodies undulating in sensuous dances as they swirled through the smoke of incense, transported into trance-like states by the music of their sistrums (rattles); no, one man a prominent doctor who participated in the examination of the mummies saw more, a medical reason for the markings. Dr Daniel Fouquet suggested in 1898 that the markings were not ornamental but therapeutic and were probably for the treatment of chronic pelvic peritonitis and although I applaud his forward thinking the assumption of chronic pelvic infections does still suggest that he believed these women were prostitutes  or at least very sexually active. The truth is many of the priestess’ were the wives, sisters, and daughters of other priests, high officials and even pharaohs so even if sexual contact was a part of their worship, they should not be judged by current religious moral standards. To infer things about their life based on modern or in this case Victorian beliefs is not only unfair; it is bad science. Doctors, and I would imagine most men of the Victorian era, thought of the scary dark nether regions of a woman’s reproductive system as a mysterious, unclean place so primitive and primal that it was best left alone so they naturally brought these prejudices to bear on their “scholarly” descriptions of the priestess’.

Now if we can step back and view the priestess’ not as temple whores but as persons of legitimate power in their own right and consider their sexuality as the manifestation of fertility and the instrument of new life then they are Hathors representatives on earth guiding and protecting women through the very dangerous process of childbirth, a process that requires both spiritual and medical assistance. The act of sex, pregnancy and childbirth are three parts of an inseparable cycle and the last part of the cycle, childbirth, was for ancient women a dance with death that quite often left them on the trip to the afterlife. The production of children is essential for the success of all cultures and the priestess’ of Hathor may have been there to protect and assist women in this dangerous process.

Amunet’s tattoos were located on her superior pubic region covering the lower part of her abdomen, on her mid frontal torso and directly inferior to her right breast. She also has tattoos superior to her elbow joint and on her left shoulder as well as on her thighs. Most of these tattoos are in the form of dashes, and dots and some form concentric circles on her abdomen. I think it is important to note that the more ‘carnal’ tattoos as they have been called do not draw attention to the genitalia but instead cover the reproductive organs…not really the sexy part.

Do these tattoos represent more evidence of ancient peoples having sophisticated knowledge of acupressure and neural pathways in the human body?  Were they used for pain management during labor and perhaps the induction of labor in an attempt to have safer deliveries? Were the priestess’ of Hathor the guardians of ancient medical knowledge to help women survive childbirth?

Acupressure is still used today during labor and several modern medical studies have shown that it is useful in pain reduction. Sympathetic magic is also certainly part of the tattoos functions, protecting the areas symbolically but the nature of the designs is very similar to other ancient examples of medicinal tattoos such as those found on Otzi and the Scythian Chieftain and I believe further more objective study of the placement of tattoos on the mummies of the priestess could tell us much more about the priestess’ roles in the lives of the worshipers of Hathor.

By Margaret Moose

References

Priestesses of Hathor Het Heru, Gillian Taber http://www.humanities360.com

Archeaology Magazine Nov-Dec 2013 Ancient Tattoos Body art has been a meaningful form of expression throughout the ages By JARRETT A. LOBELL and ERIC A. POWELL Wednesday, October 09,

Tattoos the Ancient and Mysterious History · by Cate Lineberry · Smithsonian.com, January 01, 2007

Daniel Fouquet, ‘Le Tatouage Medicale en Egypte dans l’Antiquite et a l’Epoque Actuelle’, in Archives d’Anthropologie Criminelle, Tome 13 (1898

Robert Bianchi, ‘Tattooing and Skin Painting in the Ancient Nile Valley’, in Celenko, T. (ed.) Egypt in Africa, (1996), Indianapolis University Press

Acupressure to reduce labor pain: a randomized controlled trial. Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica 12th December 2013 | BioPortfolio

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Evoking Eros – To Wake Up The Sleeping Beauty



2013 12 11

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir | Ishtar’s Gate

The desire in us for Beauty is so inate to be almost a human compulsion. So the attack of the eugenicists on Beauty, which has been manifesting in the art world since the Frankfurt School, may be where they finally get hung with their own petard. However, this isn’t to suggest that we rant against the dark and ugly visions of the post modernist world that they’re trying to impress on us via the Hirsts, the Emins and the Saatchis of so-called Brit Art, but instead to perform the role of the shaman, which is to create new worlds.

We can create new worlds of Beauty through our own artworks – paintings, carvings, poetry, dance and music – which will be so attractive, that people will be compelled to follow their inate desires, to choose our new worlds over the old ones. They won’t be able to stop themselves. If you make the best chocolate in the world, people will soon flock to you, and forget all about Cadbury’s and Nestle’s.

To our ancestors, Beauty was part of wisdom – which is why the eugenicists want to rob us of it. But to understand what these original wisdom principles were, and how Beauty was represented within it, we have to go back to basics. The base is the floor of the issue, which we have to dive down very deep to find. This is because the base was swept from under our feet, along with the rug, when Christianity began to establish its religion across the Western world 2,000 years ago.

Since then, science (which is really just a continuation of Christian thinking, but without the God bit) has muddied the waters still further by deluging and flooding the broken and dismembered floor under an ocean of ignorance. Then it planted a dualistic Ark upon these waters and, like the blind demiurge of the Gnostics, refused to recognise anything that isn’t contained within this vessel. Meanwhile, the ocean of the Abyss is churning dangerously beneath us all ~ and only the quantum physicists and shamanic types are starting to recognise it.

To understand wisdom as it was perceived by our earliest ancestors, we have to go beyond dualistic principles, and look to the so-called non-dual, or Advaita, principles of Vedic wisdom which are also found in the early Greek myths. How Indian philosophy got into the Greek myths is a discussion for another day.

Suffice to say, both the Indians and the Greeks speak an Indo-European language (as do we) and thus come from the same seed stock, the tribes of which were gathered in the Caucasus region just after the last Ice Age.

What I mean is that we need to move to a different model; one which gives rise to a different story of which the death of the human body is only a small event which occurs in the middle of the cycle, and not at the end of a linear progression or line. So instead of the dual perception of, say, death and life, light and dark, yin and yang, we need to move to a triumvirate foundation.

The triumvirate was expressed in Vedic literature as Sat Chit Ananda (Truth, Consciousness and Bliss) and, later on, comes down to us in Hesiod’s Theogony (written down around 800 BCE, but thought to be a crystalisation of a much older strata of mythos) as the Three Pillars of Truth, Goodness and Beauty.

The Universe, according to Hesiod, is constructed of three basic elements or essences: Truth, Goodness and Beauty. And once we start working with that model, we can see how we’ve been robbed of our birthright by the religion of science. This belief system, which has bunsen burners and Petri dishes in place of incense censers and communion plates, can have no truck with Goodness or Beauty, because within their crude tools, instruments and devices, there is no way of observing or measuring Goodness or Beauty objectively. In other words, Goodness and Beauty don’t fit in, because there’re no way of measuring them. And if you can’t measure it, it has no value… to them.

And even Truth has been demoted in the laboratory to mere objective observation in the delusion that the observer can separate himself from what he is observing. Thus, Beauty needs to be awoken and rescued from this spiritual Wasteland or Wilderness within which we currently find ourselves.

But to begin to appreciate a universe that is built on the essence of Truth, the essence of Goodness and the essence of Beauty is going to be about as simple as asking a monkey to write an encyclopaedia. (Yes, I know they used to say that a hundred monkeys would get there eventually but, actually, even that idea has been debunked lately.)

We have become separated from these Three Pillars of Wisdom by thousands of years of cognitive evolution going in the wrong direction. It reminds me of the story about the monk who was stopped in the road and asked the way to the church, and who replied: “Well, I wouldn’t go there from here.”

We need help. We need a miracle. In fact, we need divine intervention. We need to ask the spirits to help us … and there is no one better god or spirit that I can think of to ask for assistance than Eros.


Eros Farnese from the Naples Archeological Museum, inv. 6353.

Eros, just like everyone and everything else in Greek mythology, has been much misunderstood in the last two thousand years. Once the cosmological model of the triumvirate of Truth, Beauty and Goodness had been discarded for a dualistic model, so his role as one of the original Four Immortals representing All-Compelling Beauty was also quickly forgotten ~ apart from in our dreams. You might say that Eros is the original Sleeping Beauty ~ who needs to be awoken by a kiss.

For Hesiod, Eros was the creative life principle of the world. It was Eros who formed a world space through the gap of Chaos (Tartarus, the Abyss, Night) out of which Gaia created Heaven and Day. Without the All-Encompassing Beauty of Eros, nothing can live, nothing can thrive; our lives are barren and meaningless.

The desire to return to our true state, to our birthright of True Goodness, like the Prodigal Son, is the desire represented by the All-Beautiful Eros.

This desire, though, has been misunderstood over the millennia and has become simply compelling desire, divorced from what the desire is actually for. So the compelling desire of Eros has been reduced and relegated to being primarily related to sex, to erotic desire. And then the final nail in the coffin was when sex was downgraded from its position as a means of spiritual transformation, by a religion which no longer had any philosophic basis to understand the role of Mary Magdalene as a divine courtesan, to just a pleasurable activity which led to the procreation of the species.

However, for the Greek philosophers of Hesiod’s time, the compelling desire evoked by Eros was for the native Good ~ aka Gaia or Mother Nature who is voluptuously attractive, brimming over with lush fertility and adorned with a cornucupia of stunningly beautiful panoramas, divine harmonies, exotic fragrances and delicious fruits which can engulf all reason and sensibilities in a delerium of euphoric bliss.

We find traces of this wisdom teaching in the myths about Dionysus, the grandson of Demeter, who “came from Eastern lands” and has many similarities to the much older Indian Shiva ~ the horned man-god with the adorned lingum, serpent, bull and female devotees of, shall we say, questionable moral character? in the West, we know him as Pan, Cernunnos or Gwyn ap Nudd.

Wall hanging of Gwyn ap Nudd by Wendy Andrew
For sale from her website, Painting Dreams.

In Dionysus, Pan, Cernunnos and Gwyn, we find the shamanic rituals of shapeshifting, death and dismemberment, and then resurrection. So in Dionysian shamanic rites, we can find Eros (or Cupid as he became known to the Romans and more latterly, Hallmark Cards) as the all-compelling desire for the Good or the Land.


Dionysian procession on a marble sarcophagus

I’m not suggesting that we need to revert to the Bacchanalian orgies of celebration of Mother Gaia as were practised by the worshippers of Dionysus and the Roman Epicureans. Unfortunately, the true meaning and purpose of Bacchanalia has degenerated, in the Wasteland, into a meaningless piss-up on a Saturday night. But I am suggesting that we can once again attune ourselves to the Three Pillars of Wisdom by the shamanic practises expressed within his corpus of myths, and recognise and recreate the role of Beauty which will have the power of a million imploding atom bombs to create new and much better worlds for people to live in.

© Ishtar Babilu Dingir, 2013

This article is being discussed on Ishtar Babilu Dingir’s forum, Ishtar’s Gate, here: Evoking Eros – To Wake Up The Sleeping Beauty

 

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Viking apocalypse due in less than 100 days


21 November, 2013 – 23:15 aprilholloway

We have already survived numerous ‘end of days’ predictions, with the Mayan prophecy being the most recent, but the predictions of doom and gloom are not over yet. According to Norse mythology and Viking legend, the apocalypse is less than 100 days away.

Legend has it that the Norse God, Heimdallr, would blow the mythical Gjallerhorn to warn of the Viking apocalypse, also known as ‘Ragnarok’, which translates to ‘Doom of the Gods’. It is claimed that the so-called end of the world is due to arrive on 22nd February, 2014, although it appears that this date is a bit of a publicity stunt by the Jorvik Viking Centre to celebrate their 30th Viking festival.

Norse mythology says that the god Odin will be killed by the wolf Fenrir and all of the other “creator” gods will fall. The world will then be born again and will be repopulated by two humans.

During the world’s end, the sun’s beams will become black and the weather will become treacherous. The wolf Skoll would devour the sun, and his brother Hati would eat the moon, causing stars to vanish from the sky and the Earth to be thrown into eternal darkness. According to one of the prophetic poems: “Brothers will fight and kill each other, sisters’ children will defile kinship. It is harsh in the world, whoredom rife – an axe age, a sword age – shields are riven – a wind age, a wolf age – before the world goes headlong. No man will have mercy on another.”

According to Norse legend, the apocalypse is due to be preceded by the winter of winters. Vikings believed that three freezing winters would follow each other with no summers in between. All morality would disappear and fights would break out all over the world, signalling the beginning of the end. Well we haven’t seen the three continuous winters yet so perhaps there is hope for humanity after all.

By April Holloway

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Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds ~ Akasha (Video) **Highly Recommended**


All four parts are playlisted so there’s no need to switch screen tabs; at end of each part just let video continue on…Enjoy!

Part one of the film Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds:

Akasha is the unmanifested, the “nothing” or emptiness which fills the vacuum of space. As Einstein realized, empty space is not really empty. Saints, sages and yogis who have looked within themselves have also realized that within the emptiness is unfathomable power, a web of information or energy which connects all things. This matrix or web has been called the Logos, the Higgs Field, the Primordial OM and a thousand other names throughout history. In part one of Inner Worlds, we explore the one vibratory source that extends through all things, through the science of cymatics, the concept of the Logos, and the Vedic concept of Nada Brahma (the universe is sound or vibration). Once we realize that there is one vibratory source that is the root of all scientific and spiritual investigation, how can we say “my religion”, “my God” or “my discovery”.

Frequently asked questions about the film:

1) Where can I get a particular song or the soundtrack?

A: Much of the music is available for purchase at http://www.spiritlegend.com on various CD’s. We will be coming out with a special Inner Worlds compilation in the Summer of 2013. The track “Om Shreen Hreem” is found under “Yoga” in a CD called “Universal Mother”.

2) Can I download the film and upload it to my own Youtube Channel?

A: We whole-heartedly encourage everyone to share the existing Youtube links with their friends, embed on their website, or to create screenings for their community. I’m afraid we cannot allow you to re-upload the film to your own channel for the following reasons:

a) The content itself is copyrighted and is owned by REM Publishing Ltd. Some of the video clips in the film are licensed under certain agreements and cannot be distributed or controlled by third parties.

b) Several individuals have already tried to re-upload the film and to monetize their channel and/or make a profit from selling the film without our permission, or simply to try to build subscribers for their own channel. We don’t always know what people’s true motivation is (and sometimes neither do they).

c) Our channel contains closed captions in many languages and we don’t want versions of the film floating around without these professional translations.

d) When users subscribe to the AwakenTheWorldFilm channel we can provide people future films as we release them. This is just the first of many films and our second is already in the works.

e) Our channel also provides links to our website and Facebook page and the opportunity for people to donate to the Awaken the World initiative. Money/ support is needed to make these films, and while we make them available for free, we really appreciate when people donate, offer translation skills or other support.

If you add the existing Youtube links to a playlist you can still share the film with your friends and viewers and still have it as part of your channel, just do not upload your own version. We greatly appreciate people who feel so strongly about the content that they want to share and spread the film, and hope that you will continue to do.

3) Where can I find a screening/ workshop/ meditation retreat etc.

A: Current information is available on the Inner Worlds Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/innerworldsmovie

Our days are ruled by Pagan gods and most do not even know it


Weekdays Pagan

We speak the names of the gods on a daily basis and most people do not even realise it.  Every day of the week, religious and non-religious people alike follow the old pagan tradition of giving thanks to the gods of old.

In ancient Mesopotamia, astrologers assigned each day of the week the name of a god. In a culture where days were consumed by religion, it is unsurprising that the days of the week were made in homage to the gods believed to rule the lives of mortals.

Many centuries later, the Romans, upon beginning to use the seven day week, adopted the names of the week to fit their own gods. These were then adopted by Germanic people who also adjusted the names according to their gods. It is predominantly these Germanic and Norse gods that have lived on today in the days of the week, which are outlined below.

Sunday, as you may be able to guess, is the “Sun’s Day” – the name of a pagan Roman holiday.  In many folklore traditions, Sunday was believed to be a lucky day for babies born. Many societies have worshiped the sun and sun-gods. Perhaps the most famous is the Egyptian Sun-god Ra, who was the lord of time.

Monday comes from the Anglo-Saxon ‘monandaeg’ which is the “Moon’s Day”. On this day people gave homage to the goddess of the moon.  It was believed by ancients that there were three Mondays during the year that were considered to be unlucky: first Monday in April, second in August and last in December.

Tuesday is the first to be named after a Germanic god – Tiu (or Twia) – a god of war and the sky and associated with the Norse god Tyr, who was a defender god in Viking mythology.  Tiu is associated with Mars. He is usually shown with only one hand. In the most famous myth about Týr he placed his hand between the jaws of the wolf Fenrir as a mark of good faith while the other gods, pretending to play, bound the wolf. When Fenrir realised he had been tricked he bit off Tyr’s hand.

Wednesday means “Woden’s Day” (in Norse, ‘Odin’), the Old Norse’s equivalent to Mercury, who was the messenger to the gods and the Roman god of commerce, travel and science. He was considered the chief god and leader of the wild hunt in Anglo-Saxon mythology, but the name directly translated means “violently insane headship” – not exactly the name of a loving and kind god!  Woden was the ruler of Asgard, the hoe of the gods, and is able to shift and change into different forms.

Thursday was “Thor’s Day”, named after the Norse god of thunder and lightning and is the Old Norse equivalent to Jupiter. Thor is often depicted holding a giant hammer and during the 10th and 11th centuries when Christians tried to convert the Scandinavians, many wore emblems of Thor’s hammer as a symbol of defiance against the new religion.

Friday is associated with Freya (also called Frigg), the wife of Woden and the Norse goddess of love, marriage and fertility, who is equivalent to Venus, the Roman goddess of love.

Lastly, Saturday derives from “Saturn’s Day”, a Roman god associated with wealth, plenty and time. It is the only English week-day still associated with a Roman god, Saturn.  The Hebrews called Saturday the “Sabbath”, meaning, day of rest. The Bible identifies Saturday as the last day of the week.

The seven-day week originates with in ancient Babylon prior to 600 BC, when time was marked with the lunar cycle, which experienced different seven-day cycles. A millennium later, Emperor Constantine converted Rome to Christianity and standardised the seven-day week across the Empire.  Rome may initially have acquired the seven-day week from the mystical beliefs of Babylonian astrologers. But it was the biblical story of creation, God making the Heavens and Earth and resting on the seventh day that will have led the first Christian emperor of Rome to make sure it endured to this day.

By April Holloway

http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends/our-days-are-ruled-pagan-gods-and-most-do-not-even-know-it-001037#sthash.9u9g2n3l.dpuf

Kevin Annett (ITCCS.ORG): Pope Francis, Vatican join with China, Putin for world currency & power


Kevin Annett (ITCCS.ORG): Pope Francis, Vatican join with China, Putin for world currency & power

http://bit.ly/17wB4qO

500 Nations: Story of the Native Americans ~ 10 Lost Tribes of Israel {Part 1}


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4m2VTqHFtQ

Fords Hemp Car


Henry Ford’s first Model-T was built to run on hemp gasoline and the CAR ITSELF WAS CONSTRUCTED FROM HEMP! On his large estate, Ford was photographed among his hemp fields. The car, ‘grown from the soil,’ had hemp plastic panels whose impact strength was 10 times stronger than steel. Rudolf Diesel, the inventor of the diesel engine, designed it to run on vegetable and seed oils like hemp; he actually ran the thing on peanut oil for the 1900 World’s Fair. Henry Ford used hemp to not only construct cars but also fuel them. As an alternative to methanol, hemp produces four times more cellulose per acre than trees. And a hemp crop grows much faster than a forest. As for an alternative to petroleum…Hemp grows like mad from border to border in America; so shortages are unlikely. And, unlike petrol, hemp is renewable. Growing and harvesting the stuff has much less environmental impact than procuring oil. Hemp fuel is biodegradable; so oil spills become fertilizer not eco-catastrophes. Hemp fuel does not contribute to sulfur dioxide air poisoning. Other noxious emissions like carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons are radically slashed by using biodiesel. Hemp has been demonized and criminalized, through the use of association with marijuana, even though hemp is non-smokable to get a high. Its illegality has been used to stabilize the oil based economy and for no other reason. Hemp being illegal makes regular people spend money on energy that should be exponentially less expensive. It makes the oil based corporations billions and billions of dollars. On a separate argument, Hemp and Marijuana are both forms of Cannabis. It is impossible to get a high from hemp. Both hemp and marijuana offer cancer curing benefits. Hemp has endless benefits and has been used as a beneficial plant by humans for over 10,000 years.

Note: We have been sooo bamboozled!!

Alexander Child Of Fire (Updated)


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I have just noticed a post of mine was somehow scraped from wordpress, called Alexander Child Of Fire. I am sure many bloggers are familiar with and have experienced this. I am reposting this as it will be used in an upcoming post. Alexander tried to surround the Khazar nation during his time. Many scattered and migrated toward Poland and the area of Russia, more entered the Arab nations and were actually addressed by Jesus as those who call themselves Jews but are not Jews, some took the silk road toward China and were repelled by Ghengis Khan (some people just cannot admire chutzpah) and many made their way into Japan. Ghengis Khan’s relative, Kubla Khan is the one who entertained Marco Polo.  (Great movie, I recommend it to all) I suspect that many are unfamiliar with this aspect of history and today Alexander though revered in Greece and Macedonia, is portrayed as a blood thirsty, homosexual warlord in Hollywood movies. I submit to you that Alexander began to realize too many (feast of the beast) ceremonies going on south of him. He was approximately 300 years before the appearance of Jesus and was such a figure that the British warlord Constantine debated as to whether or not to include him along with Jesus as being divine when he murdered the Vedic priests in the Vatican, wrote the bible and mangled the ancient manuscripts to his advantage.  He had no choice at that time due to the statue of Alexander in this period. It was decided against it however. The Great one was heroic but nowhere near the statue and warrior spirit of Lord Jesus. 

Yes they did enter Japan from the words of a Japanese citizen. A system of control was instituted wherein only the Samarai warrior was allowed the sword and peasants were allotted the nunchaku, of wood and rope as a defense against the sword.

http://www5.ocn.ne.jp/~magi9/isracame.htm 

The Chinese stance bought them some time but during the the war in Manchuria still faced the overthrow of the last emperor. 

The Japanese managed to attract thousands of Jews, especially from National Socialist Germany from 1938 onwards. The Japanese army officer and diplomat Kiichiro Higuchi was instrumental in issuing passes to Jewish refugees. Higuchi would later play a role in the ill-fated Japanese invasion of the Aleutian islands during World War II, the only Japanese occupation of American soil.

Jews were already living in Manchuria, and the Jewish community was bolstered by the influx of thousands of Jewish settlers. The dominant culture among Jews in Manchuria was the ideology of Zionist racialist Ze’ev Jabotinsky, which was thoroughly militarist. Jews created a militia, the so-called Betar, and paraded in full uniform and with flags through the streets of the Manchurian capital of Harbin (see here, p. 52). The Jews would prove to be willing middlemen in the Far East, unlike other Europeans who were put in concentration camps to work, often dying from starvation, sickness or pure exhaustion. Jews were willing to support the Japanese war cause, announcing in a Jewish-Japanese conference in 1940 that they would help to build the New Order in East Asia. Special prayers were reserved for the welfare of the Japanese emperor by the rabbi of Tientsin (see Herman Dicker, Wanderers and Settlers in the Far East [Twayne Publishers 1962] p. 59).

Conclusion

In 2004 the Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert visited the grave of his father in Harbin on an official state visit to the People’s Republic of China. Nowadays the Chinese are looking for good relations with the state of Israel, but after World War II the Jews who had not left yet were expelled from China after the conclusion of the Chinese civil war in 1949. Chairman Mao banned the Jewish religion from the registration of cults in China. It was the only officially banned religion.

Time has apparently faded the Chinese memory of the Jewish complicity with Japanese occupation of Chinese territory and their war crimes, like the mass experimenting of chemical (and biological) agents in Manchuria, the exploitation of slave-labor causing millions to die, and the brutal cultural and political oppression of Chinese. World War II in China (1937–1945) cost the lives of at least 20 million Chinese civilians, most deliberately killed in scenes like the Nanking Massacre or the sanko sakusen (The “Three Alls Policy”: loot all, kill all, burn all).

http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2011/04/jews-and-japanese-imperialism/

Child of Fire

Socrates was one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived. He felt that many of the great minds of the day lacked an open awareness of their own ignorance. In other words he was more aware of what he did not know than most. We have all heard the old saying the more you know, the more you realize you don’t know. Virtue he felt was a necessary part of any valuable human life. It is clear from reading him he thought the unexamined life was not worth living.

He was willing to face death rather than give up his commitment  to philosophical inquiry. This is a picture brought to us by Plato at any rate and he felt Socrates was the model for all future philosophy. Socrates was jailed by Athenian officials who felt his teachings were a danger. When Socrates was offered an escape by his friends he refused saying that what the majority thinks does not matter, the committment to truth was worth more than his life. It certainly seems to parallel the life of William “BraveHeart” Wallace does it not? In fact maybe we have a historical trace of Joan of Arc as well as the Salem witch trials involved here. Thoreau said all of the witches have now been hanged. Let us hope so.

Socrates examined an issue from all sides exploring the interplay of competing ideas subjecting all of them to reason. (also intuition)

When Meno suggests that virtue is simply the desire for good things, Socrates argues that this cannot be the case. Since different human beings are unequal in virtue, virtue must be something that varies among them he argues, but desire for what one believes to be good is perfectly universal since no human being ever knowingly desires what is bad, differences in their conduct must be a consequence of differences in what they know.

Plato became his student and he also believed the virtue or knowledge of a soul stemmed from previous incarnations of things learned and innately remembered. This is pure Buddhist thought by the way and the belief in 12 planes of existence with sometimes an avatar coming from beyond the 12th. It would certainly explain how sometimes a five or six year old concert pianist comes into being. He did not believe that virtue could be taught as it was something innate and the soul was immortal. Virtue was a learned soul that benefited from many incarnations.

Aristotle later became a student of the Plato school of thought and the instructor of what we know as Alexander the Great. Upon looking over the writings of Aristotle it is my feeling that his view of the world was a bit more earthy shall we say than his two predecessors. He reminds me a bit of Shakespeare in that he felt the natural world was somewhat of a stage which shapes spirituality. He was definitely a man of letters and teaching.  He taught logic, physics, biology, politics as well as rhetoric. All he wrote are now known collectively as the “Organon”

The Organan concerns the role of chance and the natural world. In other words, animal, vegetable, mineral and the immortal soul involved in what I would call dynamic or a certain type of cosmic dance in which moral conduct plays a role in determining the happiness of human life on earth.

We do know that Aristotle left Athens and spent some time in Asia minor, that which today we call Turkey. He later returned to Macedonia and was charged to be the teacher of Alexander. From reading The Generalship of Alexander the Great I did see speculation that Alexander may not have been the son of Philip but of Neco, the last fleeing Pharaoh of Egypt and was conceived in a tantric ceremony his mother was involved in. There is also speculation his mother Olympia had Philip assassinated in order for Alexander to become king.

The teachings of Aristotle seem to manifest in Alexander and they seem to indicate that Aristotle thought the ancient world was under the sway of extremely evil men. Macedonia received reports of human sacrifice in Khazaria and many parts of the east. It is known that Alexander attempted to surround this area and many fled to modern day Poland and over the Silk Road to Japan, being routed along the way by the forces of Genghis Khan. In what we know as the middle east today they were also called Edomites. It is known also that Alexander was not a huge fan of Darias the ruler of Persia. Speculation would lead us to think this also may have been the opinion of Aristotle who himself fled Macedonia upon the poisoning of Alexander.

I do not think simplistic movies such as Alexander starring Colin Farrell tell the entire story of Alexander, although entertaining they may be. He is portrayed as a drunken warlord with a thirst for blood and possibly homosexual. This is our first indication he may have been onto something. He felt that he could unite the known world under the banner of truth disregarding thoughts of race culture and skin color. He in fact married a Persian woman. (and a few others it seems!) Quite frankly I view Alexander as a rare bird having been schooled by Aristotle, taught the known world was under the sway of a satanic gang and he vowed to try and do something about it. Whatever your views, he is still beloved by Greeks and Macedonians alike.

We know he established the library of Alexandria in Egypt which was later sacked by the Romans. It was a repository of ancient knowledge that scholars today would love to get their hands on. Upon arriving in Egypt Alexander declared he was the son of Amun and the Egyptian Gods were his Gods, he was the the equal of Apollo and a blood relative of Hercules. Obviously he was not short on ego. We certainly don’t know the entire story here as history still remains a dark candle over an even darker abyss.

We do know that once Alexander approached the Greek Philosopher Diogenes (one of my favorites) and asked if there was anything he could do for him. Diogenes was a beggar and lived in a copper barrel he rolled around Athens. He replied to Alexander he could indeed do something for him, he could move and stop blocking his sunlight. It is said Alexander laughed and said if I were not Alexander I would wish to be Diogenes.

I bring up Diogenes as he was once asked what is the difference between life and death. Diogenes stated there is none. He was then asked why he is still among the living. Diogenes replied because there is no difference. Diogenes was a cantankerous sort that once called Plato an airhead.

This particular post would have been lost if not for Vivek when I stopped blogging at one point.

http://dublinsmick.wordpress.com/2013/05/05/alexander-child-of-fire-updated/

Dating of beads sets new timeline for early humans


 

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Posted by: , September 13, 2013

 

An international team of researchers and archaeologists, led by Oxford University has new dating evidence indicating when the earliest fully modern humans arrived in the Near East, the region known as the Middle East today.

 

They have obtained the radiocarbon dates of marine shell beads found at Ksar Akil, a key archaeological site in Lebanon, which allowed them to calculate that the oldest human fossil from the same sequence of archaeological layers is 42,400–41,700 years old. This is significant because the age of the earliest fossils, directly and indirectly dated, of modern humans found in Europe is roughly similar.

 

This latest discovery throws up intriguing new possibilities about the routes taken by the earliest modern humans out of Africa, says the study published online by the journal PLOS ONE.

 

The research team radiocarbon dated 20 marine shells from the top 15 metres of archaeological layers at Ksar Akil, north of Beirut. The shells were perforated, which indicates they were used as beads for body or clothes decoration by modern humans. Neanderthals, who were living in the same region before them, were not making such beads. The study confirms that the shell beads are only linked to the parts of the sequence assigned to modern humans and shows that through direct radiocarbon dating they are between 41,000–35,000 years old.

 

The Middle East has always been regarded as a key region in prehistory for scholars speculating on the routes taken by early humans out of Africa because it lies at the crossroads of three continents – Africa, Asia and Europe. It was widely believed that at some point after 45,000 years ago early modern humans arrived in Europe, taking routes out of Africa through the Near East and, from there, along the Mediterranean rim or along the River Danube. However, this dating evidence suggests populations of early modern humans arrived in Europe and the Near East at roughly the same time, sparking a new debate about where the first populations of early humans travelled from in their expansion towards Europe and which alternative routes they may have taken.

 

The excavations at Ksar Akil in 1938. Workers digging at 17 metres below the surface. Chief archaeologist examines their finds from above (shown here in the middle right of the picture wearing a hat). Credit: Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford.
The excavations at Ksar Akil in 1938. Workers digging at 17 metres below the surface. Chief archaeologist examines their finds from above (shown here in the middle right of the picture wearing a hat). Credit: Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford.

 

In Ksar Akil, the Lebanese rockshelter, several human remains were found in the original excavations made 75 years ago. Unfortunately, since then the most complete skeleton of a young girl, thought to be about 7–9 years of age and buried at the back of the rock shelter, has been lost. Lost also are the fragments of a second individual, found next to the buried girl. However, the team was able to calculate the age of the lost fossil at 40,800–39,200 years ago, taking into account its location in the sequence of archaeological layers in relation to the marine shell beads.

 

Another fossil of a recently rediscovered fragment of the upper jaw of a woman, now located in a museum in Beirut, had insufficient collagen to be dated by radiocarbon methods. A method using statistical modelling was used to date by association the jaw fragment at 42,400–41,700 years old.

 

Ksar Akil is one of the most important Palaeolithic sites in Eurasia. It consists of a 23-metre-deep sequence of archaeological layers that lay undisturbed for thousands of years until a team of American Jesuit priests excavated the rockshelter in 1937–38, and again after the end of the Second World War, in 1947–48. The cave layers were found to contain the human fossils and hundreds of shell beads, as well as thousands of stone tools and broken bones of hunted and consumed animals.

 

Study lead author Dr Katerina Douka, from the School of Archaeology at the University of Oxford, said: ‘This is a region where scholars have been expecting to find early evidence of anatomically and behaviourally modern humans, like us, leaving Africa and directly replacing Eurasian Neanderthal populations that lived there for more than 150,000 years. The human fossils at Ksar Akil appear to be of a similar age to fossils in other European contexts. It is possible that instead of the Near East being the single point of origin for modern humans heading for Europe, they may also have used other routes too. A maritime route across the Mediterranean has been proposed, although evidence is scarce. A wealth of archaeological data now pinpoints the plains of Central Asia as a particularly important but relatively unknown region which requires further investigation.’

 

The earliest European modern fossil, from Romania, dates to between 42,000–38,000 years before the present time, and specialists have estimated the age of Kent’s Cavern maxilla from southern England, between 44,000–41,000 years, and that of two milk teeth in southern Italy, at 45,000–43,000 years old. The new dating evidence from Ksar Akil is largely comparable to these ages, if not slightly younger.

 

The work was led by Dr Katerina Douka of Oxford University, along with Professor Robert Hedges and Professor Tom Higham (Oxford), American Palaeolithic archaeologist Dr Christopher Bergman from URS Corporation, Cincinnati, and Frank P Wesselingh from the Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, the Netherlands.

 

Header Image : Beads from the site of Ksar Akil (Lebanon) found closely associated with the skeleton of an early modern girl dating to between 39-41 thousand years ago. The beads shown here are made of the shell of a small marine snail (Nassarius gibbosulus/circumcinctus). The large Glycymeris valve in the centre, was not pierced, but its surface preserved bright red pigmentation. Credit: Katerina Douka and Natural History Museum London.

 

Contributing Source : University of Oxford

http://www.heritagedaily.com/2013/09/dating-of-beads-sets-new-timeline-for-early-humans/98979

 

Pyramids on the Mississippi River (Cahokia state park)


Largest pyramid city north of Mexico.

Cahokia was the center of a pyramid civilization in the center of what s today called “The United States.”

It was one of hundreds of such pyramid sites. It was also the largest of them all.

You can still climb the pyramids in Cahokia State Park.

 

Pet-Keeping and Animal Sacrifice as Seen Economically and Archaeologically


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Posted by: , August 22, 2013

 

Pet-keeping and animal sacrifice in antiquity were common practices. How the animals were treated can often be seen archaeologically.

 

By most modern standards, household pets such as cats and dogs are looked at as companion animals. It can be assumed that some people in the past acquired a similar affection to household or working animals. A companion animal is generally valued as being able to bring its owner a sense of loyalty, comfort, security and friendship.

 

Aside from being strictly companions, pets may additionally provide a household function such as dogs providing security for the family and household and cats catch and kill small, destructive pests. Companion animals need not always be soft and cuddly housemates and dogs and cats were not the only animals valued as pets. In some medieval and post-medieval farming societies, cattle and sheep were regarded as companion animals in life but at the time of their death, they quickly were converted from pet-status to food commodity (Harris 1986, 177-178).

 

Historical evidence surrounding the keeping of pets clearly shows that animals were prized not only for their household duties, but some, for more non-practical reasons. Some companion animals came to symbolize the status of a person or family. Lap dogs were in fashion in the early seventeenth century, as they are today.

 

The tiny dogs were a sure sign of wealth and status as evident by the sheer uselessness of the dog. Lapdogs generally do not catch and kill household pests, could not secure the home of its owner or protect its family from intruders. Aside from being little more than a vocal alarm, lapdogs have virtually no other practical purpose.

 

In Thomas’ (1983) work, it is stated that, “The Stewarts in particular, were so obsessed with them that in 1617 James I was accused of loving his dogs more than his subjects.” Other not-so-cuddly animals were often kept as non-practical companion animals or symbols of wealth. Exotic birds and monkeys among other unusual critters within the society were also clues to the statuses of their owners. Archaeologically, trade routes and bone evidence give clues to the animals imported and exported by a community. North African tortoises were traded as far back as the seventeenth century (Thomas 2005, 101) and the acquisition or collecting of strange, unusual or non-local animals signifies the elevated status of an individual (Thomas 2005, 101).

 

Archaeologically, animal remains often show evidence of mistreatment, cruelty and other inhumane acts toward the animal in life. Numerous broken rib and jaw bone remains of dogs provide unmistakable evidence of abused animals. Contrasting evidence also shows animals being taken care of when wounded, or treated with respect at death. If the dog was not particularly useful during its life, one must wonder what its purpose was. Surely, a dog with an amputated leg or other deformity was not furry companion.

 

The zooarchaeological-economic link is revealed again through the acknowledgment of the abundance of reasons for the sacrifice of animals throughout history. Animals have been sacrificed for seemingly endless reasons. People in the past and also the present choose animals based on many factors; age, sex, size and association to a certain god or goddess are just a few.

 

The reasons why people sacrifice animals at all is plentiful as well. Secular, as well as non-secular reasons including honouring the dead, ensuring the continuation of life, providing good luck, enhancing fertility of people, animals as well as crops, keeping the rain god, the sun god or any number of other gods satisfied are all only a fraction of the reasons why. Reasons, whether economically charged or not; are still valid answers to the question “Why?” Zooarchaeologically, the economic, as well as the non-economic reasons can be uncovered. Lauwerier (2002) discusses the economic impact of different types of animal sacrifice.

 

Which is more detrimental to the economy of a society, the loss of one horse’s meat, or the loss of a few chicken’s meat? One may immediately answer with the horse meat of course, as a horse provides many hundreds of kilograms of meat where as a chicken may only offer one or two. That answer would be argued as incorrect if the society never or rarely consumes horse meat.

 

In Roman times, horses were used as work animals, in battle, and as transport; but, as today, horses were considered comrades (Lauwerier 2002, 70). Additionally, the consumption of horse meat might be considered taboo. Ritual consumption, however, is often the culprit for a horse or other animal ‘comrade’ to be eaten. Rituals can be economic or non-economic in nature; often they are both. Suovitaurtilia, the sacrifice of the same numbers of sheep, cattle and pigs in a single ritual, was performed either for the commemoration of the dead or to purify a field used for agricultural purposes and (Wilkens 2002, 73). The commemoration of the dead appears have no economic motive; the purification of the field before seed planting or harvest-time, most certainly does.

 

The keeping of pets and the sacrifice of animals adds to and often enhances the economic standing of a society whether it is intended or not. Archaeologically, these actions can be seen, establishment of the practice can be made and therefore, it can and should be examined and scrutinized.

 

Header Image : Preparation of an animal sacrifice; marble, fragment of an architectural relief, first quarter of the 2nd century AD; from Rome, Italy : Credit : Wiki Commons

http://www.heritagedaily.com/2013/08/pet-keeping-and-animal-sacrifice-as-seen-economically-and-archaeologically-2/98841

 

Giza Pyramids Of Egypt: Ancient Cataclysms And Secret Tunnels ~ Brien Foerster


Click HERE: http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/peru2… to join stars of ‘Ancient Aliens’ BRIEN FOERSTER and HUGH NEWMAN on a unique tour around Peru and Bolivia in October/November 2013 where we will be comparing Egyptian and Peruvian megalithic technology, plus visiting all the major sites, temples and museums. Click above for details

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The Galactic History Show – Ep. 20/21 – Andrew Bartzis & Chris Hales


Note: Andrew appears on the show at approx 72:00min, just before the break…

The Galactic History show with Andrew Bartzis and regular guests is hosted by Chris Hales and brings 52,000,00 years of Galactic history back to this planet.

Todays topic will be one of the following – specific sexuality topics, user manual for the human body.

If you havent yet experienced this material you can listen to these overview interviews to familiarize yourself with the Andrew Bartzis, the Galactic Historian:

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The Silver Pharoah Mystery : Documentary³


This documentary explores the fascinating story of one of ancient Egypt’s forgotten Rulers – Pharaoh Psusennes I or as he was known at the time Akheperre Setepenamun.

Uncovered intact by Pierre Montet in 1940,the pharaoh’s mummy was encased in an extraordinary silver casket, unique in the history of Ancient Egypt.

The discovery was overshadowed by World War II, so now some historians have a bit of a muck about and take a fresh look at Psusennes’s remains in a bid to learn more about this old lad,and try to shed light on a murky period of Egyptian history.

Fun fact :- During his long reign, Psusennes I built the enclosure walls and the central part of the Great Temple at Tanis which was dedicated to the triad of Amun, Mut and Khonsu.

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Edfu Temple Of Egypt: The Devil In Religion ~ Brien Foerster



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