Sibel Edmonds can legitimately be called the most gagged woman in American history. She lost her job at the FBI whilst helping in the investigation of huge corruption in high places in the USA, an investigation the Bush administration was moving fast to shut down.
What do the Dreamtime of the Aborigines, the visions of William Blake, the theory of the Electric Universe and the ancient Gnostics, all have in common? They all suggest mankind is subject to forces that they do not comprehend, and that may not have their best interests at heart.
The question is, are they all talking about the same thing?
"According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States -- that's roughly 2,000 per day."
Source: ABC News confirmed here
Quote from BBC report about the same statistic:
"A 2002 study funded by the US Department of Justice. This examined data for 1999 from a range of sources, including police reports, and interviews with parents and children, and found 797,500 children were reported missing across the country."
A massive sting operation, at the time of the Super Bowl, has led to the arrest of hundreds of paedophiles. These have included a police officer, state employees and fire-fighters. The operations has involved 23 law enforcement agencies in 14 US states. Police also rescued 73 adult human trafficking victims and 3 juvenile victims.
Whether at the level of the Solar System, Planet Earth or our own national societies, it must now be obvious to everyone, we are passing through a time of unprecedented change.
The quote attributed to the Buddha, given above, is a solace. It is a central Buddhist teaching that everything is impermanent.
There is another quote:
"No-one likes change except a wet baby".
So how should we cope?
Imagine the Universe was a cake.
When you make this cake you are a bit haphazard with using yeast, and do not measure the water volume, and are casual with the sugar. When you open the oven, set to a random temperature, there is not risen cake, just a burned biscuit.
There is a consensus view in science that everything started with the Big Bang. (The Pope recently agreed.)
The scientists who hold this view suggest there was a 'Singularity' and from this Singularity everything in the Universe came into existence.
The scientists – who tend not to have a training in Philosophy, Theology or Ethics – suggest nothing meaningful can be said about "What was there before the Big Bang?" or "Where did the Singularity come from?"
After the Big Bang, they (the scientists) can hold forth in great detail about what happened in the first second or first three seconds and so forth.
. . . but I do!
A very recent study has found containments in 43 out of 44 vaccine samples. That is a bit spooky as the only 'pure' vaccine was the only one in the group aimed at animals.
More spooky is the fact that shortly after this study was published a long on-line debunking article appeared.
How are we to discern right from wrong here and risk from welfare?
Imagine time travel has been mastered.
A Blind person has been sent back to the moment just after the big bang, with a Rubik's Cube for company.
She is very dexterous. She makes one move per second. She has boundless energy.
Remember that old conundrum, 'does a tree falling in a forest make a sound if there is no-one there to hear it'?
Well maybe, the universe is not there if there is no-one there to observe it?
Such an idea we know is preposterous. But is it?
Some interesting science suggests the observer and the observed cannot be separated in the way some scientists (and materialists) would have us believe.
Light knows you're watching, seriously!
In the 1990's two Russian scientists demonstrated that DNA could affect the arrangement of photons - producing a phantom DNA structure in light.
The implications of their experiment is huge.
Because photons are 'entangled'. This means what is done to one photon that is paired with another photon, affects the second photon no matter how far away it is in terms of space.
The experiment and its implications are explained in a somewhat grainy Youtube video, by Greg Braden (see below).
*P.P. Gariaev, K.V. Grigor’ev, A.A. Vasil’ev, V.P. Poponin and V.A. Shcheglov. “Investigation of the Fluctuation Dynamics of DNA Solutions by Laser Correlation Spectroscopy.” Bulletin of the Lebedev Physics Institute, n. 11-12, p. 23-30 (1992).
Cagliostro – a remarkable man – has been much maligned*.
Born in 1700's, he was very likely the (illegitimate?) son of royal blood, connected to the now vanished monarchy of Trebizond. He was raised in Medina and deeply imbued with the learning and insights of the East. He fell foul of certain elements in the Catholic Church, and this led to attacks on his good name throughout his adult life.
*See note at the end of this post
His own recollection is that he was raised by various dignitaries, including Mufti V Salahaym of Medina. He had as his tutor, Althotas, an Alchemist. Deriving from Trebizond, a Christian enclave in the then mighty Ottoman empire, meant Cagliostro was raised as a Christian, but with access to the learning of the Orient, which in many areas far exceeded that available in Europe and the Americas.
Cagliostro wrote of Althotas:
"It was he who taught me to adore God, love and serve my neighbour, and to respect religion and law in all places."
He travelled with his tutor to Egypt in 1763, where he could immerse himself in learning.
At some point he met an even more enigmatic figure of this age, the Comte de St Germain. The remarkable philosopher and historian, Manly P Hall write about St Germain in these words:
Cagliostro studied Paracelsus (with whom he shared more than a few characteristics). Paracelsus had gone against the medical orthodoxy of his day, attacking many of their practises as bogus. He was deeply learned in naturopathy as well as a profound student of Alchemy. Like Paracelsus, Cagliostro treated the poor, and made no charges.
Stories suggest that his understanding of the more hidden qualities of nature meant he could do what appeared magical to those who saw it. He became the darling of the great aristocratic houses of England, France and beyond, but gradually his reluctance to astound people with tricks and phenomena, meant some turned on him and denounced him as a fraud.
He was moving through Europe rife with intrigue, and the seeds of the French Revolution were being scattered far and wide at this time. He was perceived as a threat to both State and Church, and so it is no wonder he made enemies.
But he made friends too, as the quote below suggests.
Cagliostro—the idol of France, surnamed "the Father of the Poor," who never received anything from anyone and gave everything to everyone ...
Manly P Hall
Mystics, philosophers, and alchemists were all bound together with a secret tie and dedicated to the emancipation of humanity from ignorance and oppression.
Manly P Hall
He has had his detractors but also those who have been more than happy to defend him. His knowledge of medicine appears to have been profound, and his grasp of the occult (hidden forces of nature in this context) was equally deep. More important, his time in Egypt had given him a sensitive understanding of Theurgy: this art and science that is the 'magic of the Divine', the use of Ritual with language and movement for spiritual purposes.
Cagliostro, the Great Master Cagliostro, had nothing to do with the character described by Alejandro Dumas in his work, The Life of Giuseppe Balsamo, nor with the character invented by the Inquisition to discredit the Rosicrucian Grand Master.
Quote taken from a Rosicrucian site here
Recently it has been suggested that St Germain gave him the task of protecting the Mysteries of Isis. He had developed the famous Egyptian Rite, which he had introduced into Masonic Lodges all over Europe. He was able, through his contacts with high society, to introduce aspects of the Knowledge of Isis to aristocratic women. Some of this lore can be seen in the content of the paintings shown below.
The pictures above come from a collection here. They show ladies at their toilette. The hand positions show mudras - or meaningful arrangement of hand and fingers. The open palmed hand (fourth row right) is known as the Bestowing Posture, and can be seen in Buddhist sculptures.
Some of the Eastern meaning of mudras are given here.
In the quotation below from Rudolf Steiner's third lecture in Berlin (1904), entitled THE ESSENCE AND TASK OF FREEMASONRY FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF SPIRITUAL SCIENCE something of the mysterious nature of Cagliostro and his real purpose is hinted at.
Now I must mention the various branches of Freemasonry and their tendencies, even if I am only to indicate some thing briefly. First of all, it is to be borne in mind that the whole of the masonic higher degrees trace back to a personality often spoken about but equally very much misunderstood. He was particularly misunderstood by nineteenth century historians, who have no idea of the difficult situations an occultist can meet in life. This personality is the ill-famed and little understood Cagliostro. The so-called Count Cagliostro, in whom an individuality concealed itself which was recognised in its true nature only by the highest initiates, attempted originally to bring Freemasonry in London to a higher stage. For during the last third of the eighteenth century, Freemasonry had fairly well reached the state that I have described. He did not succeed in London at that time. He then tried in Russia, and also at The Hague. Everywhere he was unsuccessful, for very definite reasons.
Then, however, he was successful in Lyons, forming an occult masonic lodge of the Philalethes [Searchers after Truth] out of a group of local masons, which was called the Lodge of Triumphing Wisdom. The purpose of this Lodge was specified by Cagliostro. What you can read about it is, however, nothing but the work of ignorant people. What can be said about it is only an indication. Cagliostro was concerned with two things: firstly, with instructions enabling one to produce the so-called Philosopher's Stone; secondly, with creating an understanding of the mystic pentagram. I can only give you a hint of the meaning of these two things. They may be treated with a deal of scorn, but they are not to be taken merely symbolically, they are based on real facts.
We will leave the final words of this short biographical sketch to Cagliostro himself.
"I am not of any time or of any place; beyond time and space my spiritual being lives an eternal existence. I turn my thoughts back over the ages and I project my spirit toward an existence far beyond that which you perceive, I become what I choose to be.
Quote attributed to Cagliostro
Note: In researching this very brief biography it is impossible to miss that many of his biographers hated him. In his lifetime he was called a fraud, and information was put out that he was in fact a trickster from Sicily by the name of the Sicilian,Giuseppe Balsamo.
Sources I trust suggest this story is a calumny. An equivalent would be to look at current US government statements on Edward Snowden. These describe him as a traitor. Indeed some ask for the death penalty for him. But it is clear there are many millions who disagree with that view.
Both Rudolf Steiner and Manly P Hall saw Cagliostro as a man of exceptional gifts, and a recent commentator has posted here (in January 2017) that he had an important part to play in keeping the Mysteries of Isis safe for posterity. For that alone we should be deeply grateful.
What is now Mexico, used to be part of New Spain, a much bigger territory including much of the West Coast of America. Ruled by a Spanish viceroy, it repressed local regions, languages, practices and peoples, using the full might of the Spanish Inquisition.
Born into this constricting and conservative society was Juana Ines, the illegitimate daughter of a concubine.
Self taught and utterly brilliant, she has been called "the Tenth Muse". She had learned Latin by the age of three and later taught other children. Abandoned by her uncle she made her way to Court where her brilliance captured the attention of the Viceroy and his frustrated wife. She impressed the clergy at Court sufficiently to become tutor to the Viceroy's daughter.
The first great New World poet
In Spain and Spanish America, Sor Juana is an acknowledged classic of 17th-century letters. Her works stand at a point of historical privilege; she was the first great New World poet, the last of Spain's Golden Age, and she is part of an international, not just a Mexican, cultural tradition.
From a New York Times Review, found in full here.
Criticised by the Church for writing on topics beyond the religious, she responded with a feisty defence:
"One can perfectly well philosophize while cooking supper,"
A Mexican Television Series has serialised her life. The production values are excellent, and although it is a drama, the main elements of the story appear to stick reasonably closely to the truth.
Netflix are currently running this series Juana Inés with excellent subtitles.
It is highly recommended to those who like their history with a touch of melodrama!
Although some of her work has been translated into English she remains largely unknown in the English speaking world. except within Feminist Studies.
Here are the opening verses of one of her more famous poems.
You foolish men
who lay the guilt on women,
not seeing you’re the cause
of the very thing you blame;
if you invite their disdain
with measureless desire
why wish they well behave
if you incite to ill.
the full poem can be found here.
Recently we have seen how Carmen Boulter suggests Nefertiti travelled, with many Egyptian artefacts, to Turkey. In her next presentation, she is going to suggest a link to the fabled Atlantean civilisation. Gregg Baden presented information suggesting a Peruvian city and civilisation, entirely pre-dates that of Egypt.
Evidence of the age of civilisation is often measured in terms of objects (artefacts) But what if the artefacts were to suggest civilisation far pre-dating our accepted idea of the Earth's history?
Out of place artefacts (OOParts) cause problems for the consensus view of history.
So they are simply dismissed.
Here is how Rational Wiki does it:
An out-of-place artifact ... is a name given by creationists and woo-pushing fringe scientists for historical and archeological artifacts they feel could not have been created by a particular culture due to a lack of knowledge or materials
So this post will appeal to the woo-pushing fringe amongst us (or that part of you that wonders if people who contribute to RationalWiki would say that wouldn't they). Note that rational wiki tars anyone even pondering these anomalies as being "a Creationsit".
Gregg Braden's contribution to Gaia continues with a very interesting presentation pointing out serious anomalies that tend to be simply ignored. His Missing Links series can be found here.
There are a number of problems with this find. It shows a remarkable understanding of astronomy, not matched until the 20th Century. It also shows very sophisticated gearing and metallurgy, that is hard to explain in the era it came from.
It was a female figure, and had the lifelike lineaments in the parts which were finished that would do credit to the classic centres of art."
"Upon showing the object to Professor F. W. Putnam," wrote Wright, "he at once directed attention to the character of the incrustations of iron upon the surface as indicative of a relic of considerable antiquity. There were patches of anhydrous red oxide of iron in protected places upon it, such as could not have been formed upon any fraudulent object."
Of course, the simplest response to a find like this is to say it is a forgery. and there have indeed been clever forgeries in the past, the Piltdown Man hoax being one of the most famous. But by taking all such finds and either saying they are forgeries, or ignoring them, we may be missing the possibility that life forms, as intelligent as we are, have been involved with Earth's history for much longer than we currently accept.
But, by assuming that such intelligent contact with Earth (or previous civilisation on Earth) is impossible) may be closing minds to a better understanding of our universe.
There is considerable speculation currently that NASA are quietly releasing images relating to what is called 'soft disclosure' that our history is very different to what we have been taught so far. And the flurry of interest in the Antarctic, right now, is raising a lot of speculation that dramatic finds will be announced there shortly.
We will cover breaking news on that, as and when (and if) it occurs.
This Peruvian City, with its pyramids, is now estimated to have thrived between 5,000 and 7,000 years before our present date. That makes it 2,000 years older than Egypt.
Gregg Braden in his very recent Gaia presentation suggests our historical timeline is simply wrong, and that the Peruvian civilisation of Caral pre-dates both Egypt and Sumeria by some two thousand years.
As a geologist, his viewpoint should be taken seriously, as it turns all our assumptions about the origins of civilisation on their head. As we saw hinted in Carmen Boulter's work (see here) we may have to make a lot of changes in how we see the history of the world now!
His work is summarised in his current series on Gaia.com. It can be found here.
The video below - with music, images but no commentary – gives an idea about how impressive Caral and its pyramids are.
An aunt of mine was fond of saying "there is no justice in this world and probably none in the next”! As she was a minister's wife, living in a vicarage, we may rightly conclude her tongue was somewhat in her cheek when she said this. The first part of her statement can appear true on occasion. There can seem to be so many injustices in this world of ours. Dictators can apparently commit crimes with impunity. Drug barons can become exceedingly wealthy. The great forces of Nature can wreak havoc equally on the virtuous and the unjust. It is only human to wonder "Does God care? And is God fair?"
Michael Douglas committed a stupid indiscretion in the film Fatal Attraction. Having been briefly unfaithful to his wife, he and his family are pursued in a way that is truly scary. To be attracted to Alex Forest (Glen Close) in this story at least, is a fatal mistake. The Ancient Greeks would have understood Mr Douglas’s dilemma. To act in this way was indeed to put himself in the power of the Fates. In Greek Mythology there were three Fates, one who span, one who measured and one who cut life’s thread. If we are unlucky in love or in business, or if good fortune visits us, we may believe that it is just a matter of fate. Does this mean that our world is indeed capricious? Or is there a serious idea behind the myth of the Fates?
If, as many believe, the world is indeed capricious, then my aunt's first dictum is probably correct. There is much that we can see and indeed experience ourselves, where justice does not appear to have been done. At the time of the recent devastating tsunami, the news was full of reports about what a challenge this was to ‘people of Faith’. If acts of Nature are indeed arbitrary, then we would be right to question whether God is infinitely Good and Absolutely Just.
If our perspective is limited to the tiny portion of space and time that we personally experience, then we may well question Divine Justice. Any event in time and space may appear unjust, for by definition we can only see it in part. Even the most elaborate computer that we might envision, cannot calculate all the possible causes of a given event, nor can compute all the possible outcomes until the end of the time. Yet, such a vision would be a necessary yardstick in order to judge Divine Justice.
If we conclude that we are "only bodies", then the world in which we live does indeed look capricious. If we accept as a working hypothesis or if we know in the depths of our being, that we have a Soul, then our perspective can be entirely different. The Soul participates in time and space. However, the Soul is not limited to time and space. It is at this Soul level that we need to consider the question of Justice. If we reflect on the idea that the Soul has really been gifted with free will, then certain conclusions inevitably follow. For free will to mean anything, the Soul has to live with the consequences of its choices and its actions. If this was not the case, then free will would really have no meaning.
If we consider the individual at the level of their body, then they may appear subject to grave injustice. If we recognise that every individual is a Soul, then we can hold, at least as a working hypothesis, that the Soul has chosen its current experience. It is from this viewpoint that we may be able to conclude, that every experience a Soul receives is the most timely and perfect that can be imagined. For if this was not so then God’s Justice would be less than perfect. God would not be the Good. This would be a contradiction in terms.
By this he meant being conscious and aware of what we do and using our best understanding. Our behaviour is then prudent rather than impulsive. The second is ‘courage’. It takes real fortitude to do what we know is right rather than what may be expedient. The third has been translated as ‘moderation’. If we are moderate, then we avoid the excesses of our emotional life. This does not mean we become coldly calculating but rather we warmly embrace life, avoiding extremes. With these three virtues operative we will, according to Plato, enjoyed the fourth virtue which is justice.
To live a virtuous life does not mean to emulate being uptight and Victorian in all that we do. It means to be fully human, because the word virtue has as its root (in Latin and Sanskrit) the word vir or ‘man’. In other words to be virtuous is to embrace our full humanity. In so doing, we leave behind the world of the Fates, and participate in the realm of Providence.
To live a life providentially is to "go with the flow". However, the flow in this case is of divine origin rather than being merely worldly. For, to the degree that we can participate in Providence, we can recognise that there is both justice in this world as well as the next.
This article was first published in the magazine New Vision.
Did Nefertiti, wife of Pharaoh Akhenaton, flee Egypt and arrive in Turkey with a treasure trove of of beautiful Egyptian possessions, relating to a history going back to Ancient Atlantis? That is the suggestion of Dr. Carmen Boulter.
The gold figurines shown above, and a sarcophagus, remarkably like that of the one used for Tutankhamen, have been found in an undisclosed location in Turkey. Boulter took the photo above on her cell phone, but military trouble meant she had to leave the site before taking higher quality pictures.
In the latest episode of Dark Journalist, Dr. Carmen Boulter, Professor at the University of Calgary in Canada, tells about this find, Part 2, which has not yet been released, will show many more of the remarkable finds, and – Boulter claims – suggests a continuous culture going back to 10,000BCE
As an antidote to the important, but disturbing post about brain washing, here, two acts of creativity with chalk to bring a smile to the heart and a song to the soul.
For a different experience with chalk watch the video below - time lapse - of monks producing a Mandala in chalk.
Both types of artists are aware of how life is ephemeral - but beauty (in its essence) is eternal.
The post below is summarised from Want-to-Know article to be found here
Can people be brain-washed?
Sadly, the answer undoubtedly is "yes".
Are people being brain washed in the West?
Sadly, the answer also is "yes".
In April 2010, an American professor of Psychology, Professor Hammond, spoke out on this topic to his colleagues. in a lecture entitled "Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse".
The full transcript of this lecture is available.
He has never spoken in public on this topic again.
Prof. D. Corydon Hammond
University of Utah School of Medicine
His full credentials are given here:
Some key points from his 2010 talk
I came out of that with a grasp of a variety of brainwashing methods being used all over the country. I started to hear some similarities. Whereas to begin with, I hadn't known how widespread things were, I was now getting a feeling that there were a lot of people reporting some similar things, and that there must be some degree of communication to cause this.
The material in his talk is very disturbing. the implications are profound, We have touched on some of them here (see end of this post).
This is how Hammond ended his 2010 presentation:
"My personal opinion has come to be if they're going to kill me, they're going to kill me. There's going to be an awful lot of information that's been put away that will go to investigative reporters and multiple investigative agencies. If I ever have an accident, an awful lot of people like you, I hope, will be pushing for a very large-scale investigation. I think we have to stand up at some point as some kind of moral conscience."
How dare you talk intelligently about design!
You have to look quite hard to find out, in a dispassionate way, about Intelligent Design.
Generally, you will be told that those who suggest there might be an over-arching Intelligence behind the Earth and the Human Race, are simply Bible-bashing God-botherers, who have no scientific credibility at all.
But if you read what the founders of this critical movement within science actually say, you find something else altogether.
No! The world was not created in six days, with a day off on the seventh because the Creator was tired. (That description is purely symbolic.)
To show an interest in Intelligent Design, and the provocative work of Stephen Meyer and Michael Behe, is not to buy into simplified versions of Creation Myths as though they were reality.
Yet, it is easy to discover, that if you write about topics like this on Facebook or similar, you quickly invite the comment that you are a creationist, and Behe and Meyer are creationists too.
Try it and see!
The Consensus Reality
The consensus reality is that Darwin got it right. It asserts – as though there was proof – that the theory of 'Survival of the Fittest' has been demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt, and all that is happening now is filling in the details of Evolutionary Theory.
To step outside of this consensus reality, and raise awkward questions, is to find yourself embroiled in a war of words and ideas that can quite literally destroy reputations and careers.
We considered an example here.
Darwin be Damned
The proponents of Intelligent Design are articulate, thoughtful and thought provoking. Their ideas deserve to be considered seriously and in their own terms. They should be taught in schools, not because they are correct, (they may or may not be) but because they are an alternative scientific viewpoint, to a very intriguing question: namely, "what is the origin of species?"
The current writer taught for many years and had a specific interest in the Sociology of Science. One of the Intelligent Design sites has a list of Questions for a Biology teacher. These simply are gold dust for developing critical thinking, whether there is any merit in the theory of Intelligent Design or not. And yet, in America at least, there have been court cases to ensure such questions are not asked (in this way) within school classrooms.
This is censorship and it is pernicious.
Below is one example of a really good question for intelligent people of any age to grapple with. It involves The Mousetrap Dilemma.
Michael Behe’s concept of irreducible complexity raises acute difficulties for Darwinism. Irreducible complexity is a 'package-deal” feature of many biological systems. Package deals are all-or-nothing deals. You can have the whole package or you can have none of it, but you can’t pick and choose pieces of it. In biology,especially at the molecular level, There exist molecular machines that cannot be simplified without losing the machine’s function. In other
Quote taken from Discovery.org and the full set of Questions to ask your biology teacher, can be found here.
Above - images of the 'flagellum machine' as found in textbooks
Behe, using an analogy for the complexity in the flagellum above, talks of the humble mousetrap. It is simple, but is designed with intelligence. It is hard to conceive of a mousetrap arising by chance.
Behe makes the point that a mousetrap - to work - needs a level of complexity that has to be designed in. Someone with a mind thought it into being first. Without this it will not work.
He draws the analogy with highly complex 'machine-like' aspects of cells (illustrated above). Neo-Darwinism as professed by Richard Dawkins and similar writers, says the Blind Watchmaker (random chance over incredibly long time periods) produce all the complexity we see in cells.
It is worth commenting, that Darwin had no idea at all that cells were as complex as we now know they are. You can search high and low on Google or in Biology text books, you will not find a single example of a complex cell (or indeed any cell at all, as they are all complex) arising from a molecular soup, under lab conditions. And yet the current writer is old enough to remember in Zoology lessons in the 1960's, being told that this would be achieved in a few years.
It has not been.
Debunking the mousetrap
The thought police are quickly deployed, if you have the temerity to mention Michael Behe in a Facebook debate. You will be told that John H. McDonald has shown that Behe's argument is simply wrong. McDonald does so here and you can read his argument in full if you wish.
It is closely reasoned and on the surface appears to confound Behe's proposition. And of course, it comes with the imprimatur of a University Department, meaning it is the work of a real scientist, not a specious (and secret) God follower.
McDonald suggests that a series of simple springs can be used to strangle mice. Gradually, they get more complex. The early ones are not very efficient, but the later ones become more so. Eventually we get the efficient killing machine like the one shown above.
But the argument he puts forward is simply wrong.
Read it for yourself and you will see. He states there have been simpler mousetraps and they have become more complex. But he makes a huge error in logic.
Mousetraps live in the universe of the market place. They are made to be sold (or are made to achieve an effect, killing mice). If they simply do not work efficiently, then no-one makes them or buys them. If they do not work - they will not 'survive'. Everyone will get a cat instead.
This destruction of McDonald's so called 'debunking' article does not mean Behe is right. But his work, and that of Meyer, is very carefully reasoned. Meyer in particular, writes beautifully, and sets out his arguments with great care and attention to scientific facts. But he is implicitly criticising the consensus reality - that Darwinism (not what Darwin actually wrote) is right and the final explanation of life on Earth. For this sin he is attacked relentlessly by the thought police and the academic establishment.
A beautiful example of the complexity of the operation of the cell can be seen below. The video lasts around 3 minutes.
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Is God Fair
Queen Nefertiti and Treasure in Turkey
Dark Deeds - Mind Lab
Darwin and the Mousetrap
One eyed monsters
Do Angels have wings
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Atlantis Old and New 2
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Secret space programme
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Citizens hearings on disclosure
Understanding the Goddess
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Fake news and the alt media
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Mundi - a mind trap
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