SEAN STONE producer, talk show host from the popular online TV show “Buzzsaw” is my guest. I turn the tables on Sean and get him to ‘tell all’ about what he really thinks about the conspiracies he researches and life growing up in Hollywood. I also question Sean about his view of the role the illuminati have played in the mysterious deaths of various celebs.
Part 1

Part 2

Kerry Lynn Cassidy

‘The truth is out there.”

The Ancient Mysteries Of Turkey Tour May 2016 ~ Brien Foerster

Full itinerary and pricing here:
Andrew Collins and Megalithomania Present
Origins of Civilization Tour

Saturday, May 14th – Thursday, May 26th 2016

Explore Göbekli Tepe and the Mysteries of Turkey
with Andrew Collins, Hugh Newman and Brien Foerster

BUZZSAW with Sean Stone: Pyramid Wars & Alien Human Hybrids with Joseph P. Farrell (½)

Aliens, the pyramids, and evidence of a great war that caused ancient cataclysm and rebirth on Earth is discussed with Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, author of The Giza Death Star. Are human beings genetically modified worker drones for an elite superior intelligence? Were the anunnaki and sky gods real architects of religion and science? Face the possibility of consciousness overlords and reveal the violent extraterrestrial truth of humanity’s roots in the first part of a two-part Buzzsaw interview, hosted by Sean Stone.

Born and raised in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza Death Star was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”. Following a paradigm of researching the relationship between alternative history and science, Farrell has followed with a stunning series of books.

Buzzsaw Full Episodes:
Buzzsaw Short Clips Playlist:

00:01 Welcoming Dr. Joseph P. Farrell to Buzzsaw.
01:00 The Giza Death Star hypothesis, and true design of the pyramids.
04:08 The Anunnaki, sky gods, and humanoid alien influence on the ancient world.
07:42 The pyramid as a weapon, and structural bodies around the solar system.
11:05 Interstellar travel, and exploring the solar system without rockets.
15:05 Victors of the alien wars– on Earth and beyond.
20:01 Lost wars, sacrifice and civilization.
25:22 Big head skeletons, chromosome anomalies, and mysterious origins of modern man.
29:23 Carbon dating the great pyramid.
34:26 The purpose of hybridization of humans.
37:32 Are we still slaves to the old gods?
41:15 Alien watchers and the illuminati?
45:10 Different agendas of two surviving elites.
47:20 Thanks and Goodbye.

Nikola Tesla TOLD Walter Russell To HIDE His COSMOGONY From The World For 1,000 YEARS!


Nikola Tesla and Walter Russell – Two Men Way Ahead of Their Time

Nikola Tesla isn’t the only forgotten genius who was enlightened, there is another man named Walter Russell who lived around the same timeline as Nikola Tesla. Walter Russell was a very respectable man in his time, he even knew many famous and powerful people, including the infamous Nikola Tesla who was a friend of his.
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You’ll want to learn more about Walter Russell once you know what this man has done it’s unbelievable! When he lived, and because of his GREAT accomplishments he quickly became known as “The Man of The Century” and what’s even more fascinating is his status for being called “The Man Who Tapped The Secrets of The Universe” and “The Modern Leonardo Da Vinci” which Walter Russell truly earned.

Nikola Tesla recognized the wisdom and power of Walter Russell’s teachings, they were both  brilliant men who wanted to give the world free energy. So who was Walter Russell and what lost information is known about his relations to Nikola Tesla?

walter and lao russellHis full name is Walter Bowman Russell who was born May 19th, 1871 and died at the age of 92 on May 19, 1963, same day he was born. He was an artist, sculptor, musician, architectural designer, philosopher, scientist. Walter Russell was a spiritual person who him and his wife, Lao Russell worked together to make humanity a better place by promoting LOVE.

While looking for a place to open up a museum for his work,  together they found Swannanoa, estate of a railroad magnate, long abandoned, on a mountaintop outside of Waynesboro, Virginia where they eventually established the “Walter Russell Foundation”

In 1921, Walter Russell experienced a 39 day illumination while in the forest where he was enlightened and took notes of the higher knowledge he received which he later wrote and published the information and knowledge in his classic books “The Secret of Light” and “The Universal One”

But that’s not all of Walter Russell’s Legacy, the following are just some of many impressive accomplishments for a man who never had any formal education past the age of 8. Nature was his only teacher and being alone in nature was particularly important to Walter RusselL. Truly a man way ahead of his time just like Nikola Tesla was.

“Seek to be alone much to commune with Nature and be thus inspired by her mighty whisperings within your consciousness. Nature is a most jealous god, for she will not whisper her inspiring revelations to you unless you are absolutely alone with her.” – Walter Russell

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All Things Return To Their Source – by Walter Russell


Few Examples of Walter Russell’s Accomplishments Below:

  • Designed and built more than $20 MILLION worth of buildings in New York City, including the Hotel des Artisteswalter russell sculptor
  • He knew of the existence of Neptunium and Plutonium during 1926 way before the atom bomb was built. He said “if they were ever discovered, the pressures of this planet would not be enough to hold them together”
  • He became president of an “Elite” club known as “The Twilight Club” where many powerful people got together to cultivate good fellowship and enjoy rational recreation.
  • He rose to top rank as a sculptor., having done the busts of Mark Twain, FDR, Thomas Edison, General MacArthur, John Philip Sousa, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Charles Goodyear, and others.
  •  Walter Russell was the first (maybe) to call the universe an “Electromagnetic Wave Universe” in 1921

Nikola Tesla and Walter Russell

walter russell book the universal oneWalter Russell spent a full 7 years to complete his book “The Universal One” which was to be given ONLY to the top scientists during the time, so there was a limited amount printed. 

Nikola Tesla being one of the top Scientists/Engineers during that time met up with his friend, Walter Russell to discuss their ideas on cosmologies “, Tesla recognized the wisdom and power of Russell’s’ work and urged him to lock up his knowledge in a safe for one thousand years until man was ready for it.  However, later on, because of how destructive humanity was heading, his wife Lao Russell felt it was necessary to release it to the public later on.

In one of Walter and Lao Russell’s books which is a masterpiece titled “Atomic Suicide?” Lao Russell wrote a brief introduction saying the following:

A list of the great educators and scientists, men who were associated with my husband during the more than forty years of his active work for the betterment of human relations in industry, would fill many pages. However, the list includes such men as, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, and many others. Letters, autographs and other historical documents from many of these celebrities are part of the museum of my husband’s work here at Swannanoa.  -Lao Russell

Nikola Tesla & Walter Russell – Friends Forever

Walter Russell Cosmogony Although it is difficult to come across the works of Walter Russell today.  Thanks to the The University of Science and Philosophy his books are still available today for anyone who is interested in checking them out.

There are a ton of valuable information and knowledge for anyone who would like to learn more.

A GREAT SOURCE to learn more about Walter Russell and his Cosmogony it is a MUST to check out Youtube channel 77GSlinger who is doing wondering work in introducing the world back Walter Russell.

The Spiral Periodic Table that you have never seen before by Walter Russell

Walter Russell Periodic Table of Elements

In the 1920s, Walter Russell suggested a Periodic Table of Elements – which enhanced and fulfilled the previous Mendeleev Periodic Table of Elements.

Walter Russell Diagrams

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walter russell space geometry

walter russell the secret of creation lies in the wave


Amazing Drone Footage of Nubian Pyramids ~ National Geographic

Armed with a remotely operated mini­-helicopter, National Geographic engineer Alan Turchik gets a bird’s­-eye view of 3,000-­year-­old royal burial chambers. The unique perspective is helping to unravel ancient Nubian mysteries.

Emily Windsor Cragg exposes UK and Norway cointelpro. To separate Celts from Church of England

NOTE: You can access links, Crowdfunding, and more context while you watch the interview here. Thank you. Emily Windsor-Cragg exposes UK and Norway cointelpro. Returning to UK to separate Celts from Church of England corrupted hierarchy By Alfred Lambremont Webre http://newsinsideout.com/2015/07/emil…

Tribal Law – The Law of the Land 1/6

Six part playlist….

Tribal Teachings From the Musa
(Meredith M. Quinn)
Presented by:
Lester Howse (Wapo Piesew)
At Ragpickers Theatre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
April 13th 2006

John Hogue ~ Entering a Century of Revolution ~ TimeMonkRadioNetwork

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Continuance of Hawaiian Treaties with Foreign States

Note: The case against the illegal U.S. occupiers continues to build. See www.Manaoha.org for detailed information on Hawaii’s hidden history

Denmark TreatyThe first friendship treaty the Hawaiian Kingdom entered into as a sovereign state was with Denmark on October 19, 1846. Other friendship treaties followed with Hamburg, succeeded by Germany, (January 8, 1848), the United States of America (December 20, 1849), the United Kingdom (July 10, 1851), Bremen, succeeded by Germany, (March 27, 1854), Sweden-Norway, now separate states, (April 5, 1855), France (September 8, 1858), Belgium (October 4, 1862), Netherlands (October 16, 1862), Luxembourg (October 16, 1862), Italy (July 22, 1863), Spain (October 9, 1863), Switzerland (July 20, 1864), Russia (June 19, 1869), Japan (August 19, 1871), Austria-Hungary, now separate states (June 18, 1875), Germany (March 25, 1879), and Portugal (May 5, 1882). Neither the Hawaiian Kingdom nor any of these states expressed any intention to terminate any of the treaties according to the provisions provided in each of the treaties, and therefore remain in full force and effect.

These treaties have the “most favored nation” clause, and secure the equal application of commercial trade in the Hawaiian Islands to all treaty partners. These treaties have all been violated by the United States through the unlawful imposition of the Merchant Marine Act (1920)—also known as the Jones Act—that has secured commercial control over the seas to United States citizens, which has consequently placed the citizens of these foreign states at a commercial disadvantage (46 U.S.C. §883-1). The clause is designed

“to establish the principle of equality of international treatment. The test of whether the principle is violated by the concession of advantages to a particular nation is not the form in which such concession is made, but the condition on which it is granted; whether it is given for a price, or whether this price is in the nature of a substantial equivalent, and not a mere evasion (Black’s Law Dictionary 1013 (6th ed. 1990).”

Treaties “are legally binding, because there exists a customary rule of International Law that treaties are binding. The binding effect of that rule rests in the last resort on the fundamental assumption, which is neither consensual nor necessarily legal, of the objectively binding force of International Law (L. Oppenheim, International Law, vol. 1, 794 (7th ed. 1948),” states Oppenheim. “No distinction should be made between more or less important parts of a treaty as regards its execution. Whatever may be the importance or the insignificance of a part of a treaty, it must be executed in good faith, for the binding force of a treaty covers all its parts and stipulations equally (Id., 829).”


Delphi, Greece: The Bellybutton of the Ancient World

“What really went on at the ancient Greek oracle at Delphi, how did it get its awesome reputation and why is it still influential today?

“Michael Scott of Cambridge University uncovers the secrets of the most famous oracle in the ancient world. A vital force in ancient history for a thousand years, it is now one of Greece’s most beautiful tourist sites, but in its time it has been a gateway into the supernatural, a cockpit of political conflict, and a beacon for internationalism. And at its heart was the famous inscription which still inspires visitors today – ‘Know Thyself’.


The Sibyls





Erythraean Sybil, by Michelangelo (Sistine Chapel)  Cumean Sybil, by Michelangelo (Sistine Chapel)

  Long before the Savior was born of the Virgin, and up to around the time of His first Advent, there are said to have lived wise women who inhabited shrines, temples, and caves, and who, being blessed “by the gods” with the gift of prophecy, read the signs of nature in order to foretell the future. We call these seers “Sibyls,” after the Greek word for prophetess (“sibulla”).Our knowledge of the origins of these women is obscured by the mists of myth and time, the first written record of them coming from Heraclitus, who wrote of one — perhaps the only one at the time — in a fragment dating to the 6th century before Christ. It reads:

The Sibyl, with frenzied mouth uttering things not to be laughed at, unadorned and unperfumed, yet reaches to a thousand years with her voice by aid of the god.

The number of these Sibyls is reckoned differently throughout the ages, with Heraclitus and Plato mentioning one, the Greeks mentioning nine, the Romans and early Christians mentioning ten, and medieval Christians enumerating up to twelve. Whatever their number, the Sibyls most often came to be referred to by the places they inhabited. The Christian apologist, Lactantius (b. ca. A.D. 250) listing ten Sibyls, describes them thus in Book I, Chapter VI of his “Divine Institutes” (link to full text below):

  • the Persian Sibyl: “of her Nicanor made mention, who wrote the exploits of Alexander of Macedon”
  • the Libyan Sibyl: “of her Euripides makes mention in the prologue of the Lamia”
  • the Delphic Sybil: “concerning whom Chrysippus speaks in that book which he composed concerning divination”
  • the Cimmerian Sibyl: “whom Naevius mentions in his books of the Punic war, and Piso in his annals”
  • the Samian Sibyl: “respecting whom Eratosthenes writes that he had found a written notice in the ancient annals of the Samians”
  • the Hellespontine Sibyl: “born in the Trojan territory, in the village of Marpessus, about the town of Gergithus; and Heraclides of Pontus writes that she lived in the times of Solon and Cyrus”
  • the Phrygian Sibyl: “who gave oracles at Ancyra”
  • the Tiburtine Sybil: “by name Albunea, who is worshipped at Tibur [modern Tivoli] as a goddess, near the banks of the river Anio, in the depths of which her statue is said to have been found, holding in her hand a book. The senate transferred her oracles into the Capitol.”
  • the Erythraean Sybil: “whom Apollodorus of Erythraea affirms to have been his own country-woman, and that she foretold to the Greeks when they were setting but for Ilium, both that Troy was doomed to destruction, and that Homer would write falsehoods”
  • the Cumaean Sibyl: “by name Amalthaea, who is termed by some Herophile, or Demophile and they say that she brought nine books to the king Tarquinius Priscus, and asked for them three hundred philippics, and that the king refused so great a price, and derided the madness of the woman; that she, in the sight of the king, burnt three of the books, and demanded the same price for those which were left; that Tarquinias much more considered the woman to be mad; and that when she again, having burnt three other books, persisted in asking the same price, the king was moved, and bought the remaining books for the three hundred pieces of gold: and the number of these books was afterwards increased, after the rebuilding of the Capitol; because they were collected from all cities of Italy and Greece, and especially from those of Erythraea, and were brought to Rome, under the name of whatever Sibyl they were.”

The prophecies of these pagan Sibyls — most especially the Tiburtine, Erythraean, and Cumaean Sibyls, who are often confused with one another or referred to as one — play interesting roles in Christian History. One sees depictions of the Sibyls in Catholic art — from altar pieces to illuminated manuscripts, from sculpture to even the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, the periphery of which is dominated by five Sybils (the Delphic, Cumaean, Libyan, Persian, and Erythraean) interspersed with seven Old Testament Prophet (Zacharias, Isaias, Daniel, Jonas, Jeremias, Ezechiel, and Joel). Michelangelo’s Erythraean and Cumean Sibyls are shown at the top of this page in listed order, and Van Eyck’s Ghent altarpiece depictions of those same women, in the same order, are shown below.

Erythraean Sibyl, by Van Eyck (Ghent altarpiece)Cumaean Sibyl, by Van Eyck (Ghent altarpiece)

These women are often depicted in medieval dramas, Jesse Trees and Nativity scenes. One hears of the Sibyls in Catholic chant and hymns, too: on Christmas Eve, after Matins and before Mass, the Song of the Sibyl was sung all over Europe until the Council of Trent (now this custom, restored in some places in the 17th c., remains mostly in Spain). 1 They are most famously mentioned in the “Dies Irae,” sung at Masses for the dead. Its opening lines:


Dies irae, dies illa,
solvet saeculum in favilla,
teste David cum Sibylla.
  That day of wrath, that dreadful day,
shall heaven and earth in ashes lay,
as David and the Sybil say.

Who were these women whom Christians group with King David and the great Old Covenant Prophets? Why did Tertullian (b. ca. A.D. 160) describe one Sibyl as “the true prophetess of Truth”? 2 Why would St. Clement of Alexandria (d. ca. A.D. 215) describe a Sibyl thus in Chapter VIII of his “Exhortation to the Heathens”:

Let the Sibyl prophetess, then, be the first to sing to us the song of salvation —

“So He is all sure and unerring: Come, follow no longer darkness and gloom; See, the sun’s sweet-glancing light shines gloriously. Know, and lay up wisdom in your hearts: There is one God, who sends rains, and winds, and earthquakes, Thunderbolts, famines, plagues, and dismal sorrows, And snows and ice. But why detail particulars? He reigns over heaven, He rules earth, He truly is.”

— where, in remarkable accordance with inspiration she compares delusion to darkness, and the knowledge of God to the sun and light, and subjecting both to comparison, shows the choice we ought to make. For falsehood is not dissipated by the bare presentation of the truth, but by the practical improvement of the truth it is ejected and put to flight.

Let’s look, one at a time, at the three Sibyls who are most important to Christianity.

The Tiburtine Sibyl:
The Sibyl of Christmas

The Tiburtine Sibyl — also known as Albunea — lived in Tibur, the town now known as Tivoli and located about fifteen miles Northeast of Rome. Her temple, which still stands today, was surrounded by a “sacred” grove and by mineral springs which, poetically enough given the topic of this page, flowed into the Tiber. The reason for this Sibyl’s importance to Christians is her meeting with Augustus. 3 The story as recounted in Archbishop Jacobus de Voragine’s 13th c. “Golden Legend,” in its section on the Feast of the Nativity:

…here is what Pope Innocent III tells us: in order to reward Octavian for having established peace in the world, the Senate wished to pay him the honours of a god. But the wise Emperor, knowing that he was mortal, was unwilling to assume the title of immortal before he had asked the Sibyl whether the world would some day see the birth of a greater man than he.

Now on the day of the Nativity the Sibyl was alone with the emperor, when at high noon, she saw a golden ring appear around the sun. In the middle of the circle stood a Virgin, of wondrous beauty, holding a Child upon her bosom. The Sibyl showed this wonder to Caesar; and a voice was heard which said: “This woman is the Altar of Heaven (Ara Coeli)!”

And the Sibyl said to him: “This Child will be greater than thou.”

Thus the room where this miracle took place was consecrated to the holy Virgin; and upon the site the church of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli stands today. However, other historians recount the same event in a slightly different way. According to them, Augustus mounted the Capitol, and asked the gods to make known to him who would reign after him; and he heard a voice saying: “A heavenly Child, the Son of the living God, born of a spotless Virgin!” Whereupon Augustus erected the altar beneath which he placed the inscription: This is the altar of the Son of the living God.

Click here to see a typical medieval depiction of the meeting of the Tiburtine Sibyl and Augustus (you can read more about this encounter and the church that sprang from it in the Il Santo Bambino section of the page on Devotion to the Child Jesus).

The Erythraean Sybil:
The Sibyl of the Acrostic

The Erythraean Sibyl is said to have been the daughter of a shepherd and a nymph. She lived in Erythrae, Ionia (Asia Minor), on the Aegean Sea, and is often confused with the Cumaean Sibyl (St. Augustine, in his “City of God,” speaks of this).

What makes this woman important to Christians is her prediction of Christ, given in the form of an acrostic poem which formed the words, ‘Ihsous Xristos Qeou uios spthr, which means, “Jesus Christ the Son of God, the Saviour.” See excerpts from “The City of God” below.

The Cumaean Sybil:
The Sibyl of the Underworld

The most fascinating of all Sibyls lived in Cumae (now called Cuma), the first Greek colony founded in Italy, located about twenty miles West of Naples in “the volcanic region near Vesuvius, where the whole country is cleft with chasms from which sulphurous flames arise, while the ground is shaken with pent-up vapors, and mysterious sounds issue from the bowels of the earth.” 4 The Sibyl who was also known as Amalthaea made her home in a grotto in this tempestuous land — a grotto that can be visited even today — and there she would write her prognostications on leaves and spread them at one of the hundred mouths to her cave, allowing them to be picked up and read — or scattered by the winds to be seen no more, whichever came first, as Virgil tells us in his Aeneid:

Arriv’d at Cumae, when you view the flood
Of black Avernus, and the sounding wood,
The mad prophetic Sibyl you shall find,
Dark in a cave, and on a rock reclin’d.
She sings the fates, and, in her frantic fits,
The notes and names, inscrib’d, to leafs commits.
What she commits to leafs, in order laid,
Before the cavern’s entrance are display’d:
Unmov’d they lie; but, if a blast of wind
Without, or vapors issue from behind,
The leafs are borne aloft in liquid air,
And she resumes no more her museful care,
Nor gathers from the rocks her scatter’d verse,
Nor sets in order what the winds disperse.
Thus, many not succeeding, most upbraid
The madness of the visionary maid,
And with loud curses leave the mystic shade.

In the Aeneid, too, she gives Aeneas a tour of the infernal regions which are entered into in the land she inhabited (this story is the reason for Dante’s having chosen Virgil as his guide in “The Divine Comedy”). After this tour of the underworld, they ascend again, and the Sibyl tells the story of how she came to be hundreds of years old. From chapter 25 of Bullfinch’s book:

As Aeneas and the Sibyl pursued their way back to earth, he said to her, “Whether thou be a goddess or a mortal beloved by the gods, by me thou shalt always be held in reverence. When I reach the upper air, I will cause a temple to be built to thy honor, and will myself bring offerings.”

“I am no goddess,” said the Sibyl; “I have no claim to sacrifice or offering. I am mortal; yet if I could have accepted the love of Apollo, I might have been immortal. He promised me the fulfilment of my wish, if I would consent to be his. I took a handful of sand, and holding it forth, said, ‘Grant me to see as many birthdays as there are sand-grains in my hand.’

“Unluckily I forgot to ask for enduring youth. This also he would have granted, could I have accepted his love, but offended at my refusal, he allowed me to grow old. My youth and youthful strength fled long ago. I have lived seven hundred years, and to equal the number of the sand-grains, I have still to see three hundred springs and three hundred harvests. My body shrinks up as years increase, and in time, I shall be lost to sight, but my voice will remain, and future ages will respect my sayings.”

An ancient woman doomed to live a thousand years, but without youth, shrinking with age each year until nothing is left of her but her voice — a voice which some say is kept in a jar in the cave, and that others say one can still hear there in her Cumaean grotto.

Another great tale told of her, and mentioned by Lactantius above, is how she went to sell nine books to the King of the Tarquins, a story told well by Amy Friedman:

For many years, beneath the temple of Jupiter in Rome, the sibylline books were protected in a closely guarded vault. These were books that the priests consulted, especially during times of natural disaster, when earthquakes and floods and hurricanes swept down on their world, when disease struck and when hardship came. These books contained great wisdom and predictions of what the future held for their land and people. The sibylline books, the priests said, were precious beyond any treasure.

She was known as the Cumaean Sibyl, a woman who could change her features at will. She was wild-eyed, wild-haired and wild-tongued. One day, she came to see the king, Tarquin the Elder. She brought with her an offer.

“I have nine books to sell to you,” she told the king.

“What books would those be?” the king asked. She was an odd-looking woman, and the king did not believe she was the prophetess she claimed to be.

“In these nine books,” she said, “is contained the destiny of Rome.”

Tarquin the Elder laughed at the old woman. He had heard of her, of course, but he did not believe she could predict the future, and he did not, for one moment, believe that these books she carried contained the destiny of the world. Her voice, after all, was more like a croak, and when she spoke, foam gathered on her lips.

Tarquin had heard that she wrote her predictions on oak leaves and that she laid these leaves at the edge of her cave. When the wind came and blew the leaves, they drifted this way and that, hither and yon, so that those who received the woman’s messages often were confused by the words.

Tarquin did not believe she was as wise as she claimed, but he was curious about her offer. “How much money do you want for your books?” he asked.

“Nine bags of gold,” she answered.

The king and his advisers roared with laughter. “Nine bags of gold? How could you ask such a fortune?”

“The future of your world lies within them,” she repeated, but seeing that he did not wish to buy her books, she started a fire, and into this fire she hurled three of her books.

Within moments they were burned to ash, and the sibyl of Cumae set off for home, leaving behind the king and his advisers.

It was another year before the sibyl returned. This time, she arrived with six books.

“What do you want now?” Tarquin asked her.

“I offer six books for sale,” she answered. “Six books that contain the rest of the destiny of Rome.”

“How much?” the king asked her.

“Nine bags of gold,” she said.

“What?” asked the king. “Nine bags for fewer books? Are you mad? You asked nine bags for nine books, but now you offer only six for the same price?”

“Think what they contain before you refuse,” the sibyl said. “The rest of the future of Rome.”

“Too much,” Tarquin answered, and so, once again, the woman built a fire and tossed into it three more books. Then she turned and walked away, crossing the wide farmlands that separated Rome from Cumae.

The roads between the two cities were long and treacherous in those days. The woman’s journey was difficult. Still, the next year, she returned to see the king once again. This time she brought with her the three remaining books.

“Three books remain,” she said, “and I will sell these to you for nine bags of gold.”

Now the king’s advisers gathered around, and they consulted among themselves. They were worried that the old sibyl would burn the very last of the predictions. What if what she said were true? What if they might know their future? What if they were throwing away their opportunity to read their destinies?

“You must buy these books,” the advisers told their king, and so he did, paying the old sibyl nine bags of gold.

When the king and his advisers had read the three books that remained, they understood that this odd old woman was truly a great sibyl, prophetess of the future. The king sent at once for her and had her returned to his court. “Please,” Tarquin begged her, “will you rewrite the other six books?”

“No,” she said, refusing to discuss the matter. “You have chosen your destiny, and I cannot change that.”

Rome did rise to be a great kingdom, and for years and years it flourished as a powerful republic, conquering Gaul under the famed Julius Caesar. But when the Roman Empire collapsed, people wondered what wisdom they might have learned in those six books burned by the sibyl of Cumae.

What Can Be Learned
from the Church’s Honoring of the Sibyls

These women, albeit shrouded in mystery and wonderful, fantastical tales, remind us that the Church teaches that actual grace and the natural virtues exist outside of Her, and that Christians are to honor Truth no matter whence it comes in the temporal realm. That the majority of Church Fathers adopted a form of Platonism, considering the philosopher an ally against naturalism and materialism, that St. Thomas Aquinas and the Scholastics who followed used the Truths spoken by Aristotle for the same, that medieval Catholic civilization revered the “Nine Worthies” 5 — three of whom were pagan — as the embodiment of chivalry — these things remind us that arrogance and spiritual pride have no place in a Catholic’s life. While there is an “us” and a “them” with regard to sanctifying grace, there is no “us” and “them” with regard to actual grace and the natural virtues. Further, we can’t presume to know who’s been blessed by sanctifying grace — i.e., we can’t know who the “them” is in that regard; we can only know who is formally outside of the Church and, therefore, whom we need to evangelize — in all charity and prudence — and pray for.

Treat all men with charity, honor Truth wherever it is, and live a deeply Catholic life. “Spread the Gospel and let God sort ’em out.” Aside from fighting to restore honor for Christ’s Kingship with regard to civil law, this is all we can do.


The Sibyls in Virgil’s
and early Christians’ Writings


1 The Song of the Sibyl:

Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

E caelo rex adveniet per saecla futurus
scilicet ut carnem praesens ut judicet orbem.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Unde deum cernent incredulus atque fidelis
celsum cum sanctis aevi jam termino in ipso.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Sic animae cum carne aderunt quas judicat ipse
cum jacet incultus densis in vepribus orbis.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Reicient simulacra viri cunctam quoque gazam
exuret terras ignis pontumque polumque.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Inquirens taetri portas effringet averni
sanctorum sed enim cunctae lux libera carni.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Tradetur sontes aeterna flamma cremabit
occultos actus retegens tunc quisque loquetur.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Secreta atque deus reserabit pectora luci
tunc erit et luctus stridebunt dentibus omnes.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Eripitur solis jubar et chorus interit astris
voluetur caelum lunaris splendor obibit.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Deiciet colles valles extollet ab imo
non erit in rebus hominum sublime vel altum.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Jam aequantur campis montes et caerula ponti
omnia cessabunt tellus confracta peribit.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Sic pariter fontes torrentur fluminaque igni
sed tuba tum sonitum tristem demittet ab alto.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Orbe gemens facinus miserum variosque labores tartareumque chaos monstrabit terra dehiscens.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

Et coram hic domino reges sistentur ad unum
reccidet e caelo ignisque et sulphuris amnis.
Judicii signum tellus sudore madescet.

2 “Ad Nationes”

3 Augustus (d. A.D. 14) was born “Gaius Octavius,” became known as “Julius Caesar Octavianus” when he became heir to Julius Caesar (his great-uncle), and is most often called “Octavian,” “Augustus,” or “Caesar Augustus” in literature and references.

4 “Bullfinch’s Mythology, the Age of Fable” by Thomas Bullfinch

5 Jean de Longuyon first enumerated the “Nine Worthies” in the 14th c., in his work, Voeux du Paon (“Vows of the Peacock”). The Nine Worthies are: Hector, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Joshua, David, Judas Maccabaeus, King Arthur, Charlemagne, and Godfrey of Bouillon.




Santos Bonacci ~ The Life and Wisdom of Giordano Bruno Part 2

The Life and Wisdom of Giordano Bruno Part 2
By Santos Bonacci

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Recommended reading:
Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition by Frances A. Yates
The Oration on the Dignity of Man by Pico della Mirandola

Italian biographical-drama film directed by Giuliano:
Giordano Bruno 1973

Special thanks to Basil for helping me with this project: https://www.youtube.com/BasilGentleman

Seattle Swaps Columbus Day For ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day’


October 12, 2014 2:55 PM ET
Native American protesters have been demonstrating against Columbus Day in Seattle for several years. Protest organizers say Columbus should not be credited with discovering the Western Hemisphere at a time when it was already inhabited.

Native American protesters have been demonstrating against Columbus Day in Seattle for several years. Protest organizers say Columbus should not be credited with discovering the Western Hemisphere at a time when it was already inhabited.

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This year’s Columbus Day holiday will have a slightly different, more Native flavor in the city of Seattle. Thanks to a unanimous vote this summer by the city council, the federal holiday will now be known by a different name: Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

The name change comes after activists pushed for a day to honor indigenous people instead of Christopher Columbus, the most recognizable figure linked to European contact with the Americas.

“This is about taking a stand against racism and discrimination,” Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant told the Seattle Times. “Learning about the history of Columbus and transforming this day into a celebration of indigenous people and a celebration of social justice … allows us to make a connection between this painful history and the ongoing marginalization, discrimination and poverty that indigenous communities face to this day.”

On Monday, the streets of Seattle will likely be filled with drums, singing and the faces of citizens from the city’s surrounding Native Nations: the Lummi, Nooksack, Tulalip, Sauk-Suiattle, Swinomish, Puyallup, Colville and 22 other Washington tribes, as well as citizens from other Indian Nations that call Seattle home.

Seattle isn’t the first place to give the holiday a makeover. Earlier this year, the Minneapolis City Council also renamed Columbus Day Indigenous Peoples’ Day. South Dakota celebrates Native American Day in “remembrance of the great Native American leaders who contributed so much to the history of our state.” Hawaii observes Discoverers’ Day, in which Polynesian explorers are honored.

Of course, not everybody is happy about these changes. The AP reports that some Italian-Americans in Seattle have been upset by the change because it comes “at the expense of what essentially is Italian Heritage Day.” But for those who have a negative view of Columbus’ impact, the new name honors a legacy of struggle and resistance.

In the past, anti-Columbus Day protesters have clashed with the holiday’s supporters, most notably in Denver, where members of the American Indian Movement have taken to the streets almost yearly since the late 1980s. Those protests have quieted down in recent years, although those annual demonstrations frequently ended in arrests.

But anti-Columbus sentiment is hardly limited to the U.S. In Chile, Mapuche activists launched anti-Columbus demonstrations that turned violent last year. In 2002, indigenous people in Guatemala protested the day by shutting down highways across the country. Today, many countries in Latin America —including Mexico, El Salvador and Argentina — recognize Dia de la Raza, while in Venezuela, the holiday has been renamed the Day of Indigenous Resistance.

In the U.S., the bigger issue now is whether the holiday can survive as a growing number of cities and states decide to do away with it. According to the Pew Research Center, it’s already “one of the most inconsistently celebrated U.S. holidays.” Apart from federal employees, workers in only 23 states are given a paid day off to observe the holiday.


Note: Way to go Seattle! Next should Thanksgiving, renamed Indigenous Peoples Rememberance Day in memory of the 100’s of millions of precious souls that lost their lives to the barbaric era of colonialism.

Santos Bonacci “The Life and Wisdom of Giordano Bruno” Part 1

The Life and Wisdom of Giordano Bruno Part 1
By Santos Bonacci

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Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition by Frances A. Yates
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Egypt’s Secret Underground Temple Of Energy ~ Brien Foerster

Below the floor of the Temple of Dendara in Egypt there are secret chambers that the general public never saw during dynastic times. Come with us in April 2016 and see them for yourself:

German police storm home of elderly woman who debated holocaust

Ed. Note: Here Ursula Havebeck gives some interesting feedback on what happened in the lives of German citizens in Germany during WW II and raises some very good questions about the official storyline.

From: conservative-headlines.com

Ursula Haverbeck is know facing criminal hate speech charges after debating how many Jews died in the Holocaust on national television. The debate was aired on German public television and broadcast all over Europe. It was the first time anyone has been allowed to question the official holocaust death toll on German television.

Police stormed and ransacked her home along with the homes of three of her supporters. Prosecutors are preparing the charges. She will face five year in prison if convicted.

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Here is the interview:

Ursula Haverbeck debated the existence of homicidal gas chambers and the six million Holocaust death toll on a German television station. Many of the things she said are illegal to say in Germany. It is believed to be the first time that the Holocaust has ever been debated on German tv. The show was aired on Das Erste, German Public Television. The interview is posted on the Das Erste website, which Alexa ranks as the 208th most popular website in Germany. Das Erste is broadcast Europe-wide for free.

Haverbeck believes that a free debate on the Holocaust has major political implications. This is because the Holocaust is routinely used as an excuse to brow beat Europeans into accepting far-left policies. For example, British Labour Party head Ed Miliband has cited the Holocaust as the reason why Britain must have open borders. Haverbeck called the Holocaust the “biggest and most sustained lie in history.”

During WWII, four countries put ethnic Jews in concentration camps. These were Germany, Croatia, Romania, and Britain.

Source: conservative-headlines.com

Courtesy of: http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=33480


VIDEO: Ku’e Petition Comes To Mauna Kea

To learn more on Hawaii’s hidden history and Kanaka Maoli’s fight to restore the Hawaiian Kingdom see: www.Manaoha.org

MAY 3, 2015: Ku’e Petition comes to Mauna Kea. Video by David Corrigan, voice of Sherry Bracken

MAUNA KEA – On Sunday, supporters of the Mauna Kea Hui and the Ku Kia’i Mauna movement drew a visual connection between the current fight against the Thirty Meter Telescope and their long sovereignty struggle.

At Pu’u Huluhulu – at the base of the Mauna Kea Access Road – many gathered to pay homage to the kupuna who first took a stand as far back as 1897. Hundreds of names written on small signs were dispersed around the grounds. The names are the ancestors who first stood against annexation by signing the Ku’e Petitions. Over 21,000 adult native Hawaiians joined the effort. Their names were gathered from across Hawaii, by foot, boat, and by horseback. The petitions were hand-carried to Washington and delivered to the United States Senate. The petition convinced congress not to sign a treaty of annexation between the U.S. and the Republic of Hawaii, which took over after the overthrow of Queen Liliuokalani on January 17, 1893.

In July 1898 – during the Spanish-American War – The Republic of Hawaii was annexed under the Newlands Resolution, a joint resolution of congress. To this day, many Hawaiians insist that the Newlands Resolution is no substitute for a legal treaty of annexation, and therefor Hawaii is under a prolonged occupation by the United States. The question over who has the legal right to lease lands – especially the crown lands of Mauna Kea – is one of the driving factors in today’s opposition to the TMT project.

We interviewed political scientists Dr. Keanu Sai a few weeks ago on the subject.

The Ku’e Petition was nearly lost to history; the population has only recently become educated about this chapter in Hawaii’s history.

On Sunday, gathering in tents by the ahu along Saddle Road, families of the Ku’e petitioners consulted with the records and looked for the names of their kupuna within documents. Later, in the cold mist and rain, the hundreds of names were placed in the lava field. Some – by coincidence – stumbled upon the names of their ancestors as they worked… an emotional moment for many, young and old.

The names of the Ku'e Petitioners on display at Pu'u Huluhulu.


Ancient rock lines created by enigmatic Paracas culture predate Nazca geoglyphs

Artistic representations of the Paracas people

A new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, has revealed the discovery of a complex set of geoglyphs constructed by the mysterious Paracas people of Peru.  The architectural features, which date back 2,300 years, have been found to be aligned to the sunset during the winter solstice, and are believed to have been created to mark ceremonial mounds and residential sites, according to a new report in Live Science.

The Paracas culture was among the earliest settled civilisations of the Chincha Valley, located 200 kilometres south of Lima, one of the largest and most productive regions of southern coastal Peru.  The Paracas civilisation arose around 800 BC, predating the Nazca, which came about in around 100 BC. While the Nazca are famous for their incredible geoglyphs etched into the landscape over an incredible 450 square kilometres, the Paracas are well-known for the large collection of skulls, which showed that at least some of their population had significantly elongated skulls, as depicted in the artistic representation above.

The famous Nazca lines, which date from 200 BC to 500 AD. Photo source: Wikimedia

According to Charles Stanish, the director of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, the newly discovered lines and mounds in the Peruvian landscape date back to around 300 BC, making them even older than the Nazca lines. In total, Stanish and his team found 71 geoglyph lines or segments, 353 rock cairns, rocks forming circles or rectangles, two U-shaped mounds, and one point at which a series of lines converged in a circle of rays.

Two rock lines that mark the June solstice - Peru

A view of two rock lines that mark the June solstice.  Credit: Charles Stanish

Many of the archaeological features were found to have astronomical alignments. For example, some lines marked the spot where the sun would have set during the June solstice, and the two U-shaped mounds and a larger platform mound also aligned to the solstice.  The researchers have suggested that the lines and mounds probably served as a way to mark time during festivals. “I don’t think people needed the signposts, but it was more kind of a ritualized thing,” said Stanish.  He added that the lines may have also been used to attract tradespeople and buyers from the coast and the Andes highlands.

Markers placed along one of the Paracas lines

Markers placed along one of the Paracas lines the day before the June solstice in 2013. Credit: Charles Stanish

While many of the lines have astronomical alignments, some others point to special places in the landscape, like some of the ancient pyramids in the region.  The research team therefore hypothesises that the lines served diverse purposes – some appear to mark time, others may attract participants to attend social events, and yet others point the way to sacred structures.

“The lines are effectively a social technology,” Stanish said. “They’re using it for certain purposes. Some people have said the lines point out sacred mountains. Sure, why not? The lines [might] point out sacred pyramids. Why not? The lines could [also] be used to point out processions,” Stanish said of both the Nazca and Peru lines.

The study authors have said that the study is significant because it shed new light on the enigmatic ancient culture of the Paracas. “Social units, labour, and astronomically significant periods mesh, attracting participants to cyclical events in the midvalley zone. This case study refines our understanding of the processes of human social evolution prior to the development of archaic states.”

Featured image: Artistic representations of the Paracas people. Credit: Marcia K. Moore

By April Holloway


The Legendary Sword in the Stone of San Galgano

One of the most famous English legends is that of King Arthur and the sword in the stone. According to the various versions of the story, the sword could only be pulled out of the stone by the true king of England. A similar, though much less well-known, story can be found in the Italian region of Tuscany, and has even been suggested by some as the inspiration for the English legend. This is the sword in the stone of San Galgano.
San Galgano is reported to be the first saint whose canonisation was conducted through a formal process by the Church. Consequently, much of the San Galgano’s life is known through the documents of this canonisation process, which was carried out in 1185, just a few years after his death. Furthermore, there are also a number of works written by later authors about the saint’s life.
San Galgano sticking the sword in the stone. Sculpture in the National Pinacotheque, Siena.
San Galgano sticking the sword in the stone. Sculpture in the National Pinacotheque, Siena. (Wikimedia Commons)
San Galgano was born in 1148 in Chiusdino, in the modern Italian province of Siena. His mother is recorded as Dionisia, whilst (in later works) his father’s name is said to be Guido or Guidotti. It is said that San Galgano was only concerned with worldly pleasures in his early life. As a noble, he was a knight trained in the art of war, and was arrogant as well as violent. All this changed, however, and the knight subsequently became a hermit.
San Galgano’s conversion began with a vision of the Archangel Michael, who, incidentally, is commonly depicted as a warrior saint. In one version of the legend, the Archangel Michael appeared before San Galgano, and showed him the way to salvation. The archangel even told the saint the place that he should go. The next morning, San Galgano declared that he was going to become a hermit, and would reside in a nearby cave. As one may expect, San Galgano was ridiculed by his friends and family, and probably thought to have lost his mind. The saint’s mother, Dionisia, manages to convince her son to visit his fiancée for the last time before renouncing all worldly pleasures. Donning his nobleman’s clothes, San Galgano sets out to visit his fiancée. On his way there, the saint’s horse suddenly reared, and he was thrown off its back.
Archangel Michael looking over San Galgano as he rests in the cave. Diocesan Museum.
Archangel Michael looking over San Galgano as he rests in the cave. Diocesan Museum. (Wikimedia Commons)
Then, an invisible force lifted San Galgano onto his feet, and a seraphic voice led him to Montesiepi, a hill close to Chiusdino. When San Galgano reached the foot of the hill, he was told to stand still and look to the top of Montesiepi. San Galgano is said to have seen a vision of a round temple with Jesus and Mary surrounded by the Twelve Apostles. Then, the voice told him to climb the hill, and the vision faded. When San Galgano reached the top of Montesiepi, the voice spoke again, commanding him to renounce all his worldly desires. San Galgano, however, objected, saying that this is as easy as splitting stones with a sword. To prove his point, San Galgano drew his sword, and thrust it into a stone. To the saint’s great amazement, the weapon went through the stone like a hot knife through butter, and has been stuck in the stone ever since. San Galgano understood the message loud and clear, and lived on Montesiepi as a hermit. Several years after San Galgano’s death, a round chapel was built on the top of Montesiepi, with the sword in the stone as its main attraction.
Chapel on top of Montesiepi, Siena
Chapel on top of Montesiepi, Siena (Wikimedia Commons)
For centuries, the sword in the stone was commonly believed to be a modern fake. A relatively recent research, however, has shown that the sword is indeed from the 12th century, based on the composition of the metal and the style of the sword. The researchers also discovered, with the aid of ground-penetrating radar, that there is a cavity measuring 2m by 1m beneath the sword, perhaps containing the body of San Galgano. Lastly, carbon-dating of another curiosity of the chapel – a pair of mummified hands, confirmed that they are also from the 12th century. According to one legend, the Devil supposedly sent an assassin, in the guise of a monk, to Montesiepi. The wild wolves of the hill, who were befriended by San Galgano, protected the saint, and attacked the would-be assailant. After the assassin was killed, his hands were mummified and were subsequently displayed in the chapel.
Source: Ancient Origins