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An Inconvenient History

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An Inconvenient History Probably Alexandra The history and ideology of the occult societies that have been behind the events that have shaped our world and how they all stem from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. I ask you to approach the information from a non-emotional point of view and understand that my goal is to share truth, not criticism.  Thank you for watching, and for your support...

INCANTATION

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INCANTATION INCANTATION . The practice of incantation (Lat., incantatio, from incantare, “to chant a religious formula”) differs considerably from culture to culture. For the purposes of this cross-cultural overview, however, incantation can be understood as the authorized use of rhythmically organized words of power that are chanted, spoken, or written to accomplish a desired goal by...

We Teach History That Others What To Erase

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We Teach History That Others What To Erase

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Feudalism Then and Now

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Feudalism Then and Now Jerry M Lawson History has weird ways of paralleling itself. Looking at the graphic “Feudalism Then & Now” above provides an interesting perspective. The idea we are today experiencing a kind of corporate feudalism has ample material to draw upon. The possibilities are alarming and what it suggests about human culture is chilling. If all humanity has managed to achieve...

Remembrance Day or Poppy Day

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Remembrance Day or Poppy Day By Tinnah Powell  These are my thoughts and mine alone, if you feel able please read to the end to get the full context. Ever since finding out that the Red Poppy used to symbolize remembrance actually signifies blood & war, I’ve wonder why we’re encouraged to wear it? I now see that it could even be seen as a form of mockery, like the Tammuz cross. Especially as...

Sorry to rain on your Veterans Day Parade, pops

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Sorry to rain on your Veterans Day Parade, pops — but with all respect and affection, you and your buddies got played for chumps. In 2018 The US Gov’t Spent Nearly $2 Billion a Day — Solely on WAR By Rachel Blevins December 16, 2017 The price tag on the latest National Defense Authorization Act is $700 billion, which will cost American taxpayers nearly $2 billion every day in 2018. While...

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