The Vatican Removed 14 Books From the Bible in 1684: Why?

You would be forgiven for thinking that the catholic church is declining in the modern world, but it is in fact thriving. They have used manipulative tools since their creation to snare people into believing what they want them to believe. Religion used to be a comfort blanket for humans in times when we understood little about the world. Thankfully now we have science to bridge the gap, but some people still cling on to the solace of religion. The catholic church have had to adapt to a changing civilization, and it has done this pretty successfully, all with the help of a little ‘fact altering’. They present the bible to their followers as a historical document, and many people believe this to be true. They actually believe that the stories in the bible happened from the 7 day creation to the crucifixion. But there is real proof that the […] Read More

Will The August 21st Solar Eclipse Begin A Period Of “40 Days And 40 Nights” For America?

Next Monday, we are going to witness one of the strangest events in U.S. history.  This will be the first total solar eclipse to ever be seen only in the United States and nowhere else. Millions upon millions of people are going to flock to areas of the country where the full eclipse will be visible, but everyone in the continental United States is going to be able to see at least a partial eclipse. There are lots of very unusual numbers associated with this eclipse, but in this article I want to focus on the number 40, and as this article unfolds you will start to understand why. Our planet is the only place where you can view a total solar eclipse, and that is because our sun and our moon appear to be the same size in the sky.  Of course the sun is much, much larger than the moon, but because the […] Read More

Inside the Frightening World of Christian Reconstructionism

Be very afraid. As an unprecedented shift in public opinion brought about the legalization of gay marriage, a vigorous counter-current has been intensifying under the banner of “religious freedom”—an incredibly slippery term. Perhaps the most radical definition of such freedom comes out of the relatively obscure tradition of Christian Reconstructionism, the subject of a new book by religious studies scholar Julie Ingersoll, Building God’s Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstructionism.  As Ingersoll explains, Reconstructionists basically reject the entire framework of secular political thought in which individual rights have meaning, so “freedom” as most Americans understand the term is not the issue at all. Indeed, they argue that such “freedom” is actually slavery—slavery to sin, that is. Reconstructionists aim to establish a theocracy, though most would no doubt bristle at that description. They do not want to take over the government so much as dismantle it. But the end result […] Read More

2013: Giant Humans from the past

Hello kiddies and welcome to another  ride on the rollercoaster of  life, the coaster that even with proof, we will deny. This time lets look at Giants, Giants in our past. REAL? FAKE? You be the JUDGE! Giant (mythology) http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant (mythology) The mythology and legends of many different cultures include monsters of human appearance but prodigious size and strength. “Giant” is the English word (coined 1297) commonly used for such beings, derived from one of the most famed examples: the gigantes (Greek “γίγαντες”) of Greek mythology. In various Indo-European mythologies, gigantic peoples are featured as primeval creatures associated with chaos and the wild nature, and they are frequently in conflict with the gods, be they Olympian, Nartian, Hindu or Norse. We have all heard the tales of giants: Jack and the Beanstalk http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack and the Beanstalk “Jack and the Beanstalk” is a British fairy tale . (1842 and Joseph Jacobs rewrote it in English Fairy Tales (1890 Jacobs’ version is most … Gashadokuro http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gashadokuro In Japanese folklore, Gashadokuro, (がしゃどくろ) also known […] Read More

THE MISRAIM RITE

INTRODUCTION Legendary origins are generally attributed to the Masonic Order in general The Misraim Rite does not escape this rule. In addition, it holds a special place in the great Masonic family, partly due to the fact that it contains 90 Degrees. Marc BEDARRIDE, one of the three brothers who promoted the Rite in France, goes so far as to say in his work ” The Masonic Order of Misraïm ” published in 1848, that Masonry is as old as the world. Which however, thinking over our commitment, is intrinsically far from absurd. To substantiate this claim, he refers to the Old Testament. According to him, it is Adam himself, with his children,  who created the First lodge of humanity; Seth succeeded to his father; Noah saved it from the flood; Sham established it in Egypt, under the name of Mitzraïm, or in other words, “Egyptians”. (I will return later to […] Read More

Echoes From India

What Is Hindu Spiritualism? Phenomena in India – beside the undoubted interest they offer in themselves, and apart from their great variety and in most instances utter dissimilarity from those we are accustomed to hear of in Europe and America—possess another feature which makes them worthy of the most serious attention of the investigator of Psychology. Whether Eastern phenomena are to be accounted for by the immediate interference and help of the spirits of the departed, or attributed to some other and hitherto unknown cause, is a question which, for the present, we will leave aside. It can be discussed, with some degree of confidence, only after many instances have been carefully noted and submitted, in all their truthful and unexaggerated details, to an impartial and unprejudiced public. One thing I beg to reaffirm, and this is, that instead of exacting the usual “conditions” of darkness, harmonious circles, and […] Read More

1892: The Kabalah and the Kabalists

The Kabalah and the Kabalists 1 AT THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY     Universal aspirations, especially when impeded and suppressed in their free manifestation, die out but to return with tenfold power. They are cyclic, like every other natural phenomenon, whether mental or cosmic, universal or national. Dam a river in one place, and the water will work its way into another, and break out through it like a torrent.     One of such universal aspirations, the strongest perhaps in man’s nature, is the longing to seek for the unknown; an ineradicable desire to penetrate below the surface of things, a thirst for the knowledge of that which is hidden from others. Nine children out of ten will break their toys to see what there is inside. It is an innate feeling and is Protean in form. It rises from the ridiculous (or perhaps rather from the reprehensible) […] Read More

The Aurora of the philosophers by Paracelsus

BY THEOPHRASTUS PARACELSUS. WHICH HE OTHERWISE CALLS HIS MONARCHIA.1 CHAPTER I. CONCERNING THE ORIGIN OF THE PHILOSOPHERS’ STONE. ADAM was the first inventor of arts, because he had knowledge of all things as well after the Fall as before2. Thence he predicted the world’s destruction by water. From this cause, too, it came about that his successors erected two tables of stone, on which they engraved all natural arts in hieroglyphical characters, in order that their posterity might also become acquainted with this prediction, that so it might be heeded, and provision made in the time of danger. Subsequently, Noah found one of these tables under Mount Araroth, after the Deluge. In this table were described the courses of the upper firmament and of the lower globe, and also of the planets. At length this universal knowledge was divided into several parts, and lessened in its vigour and power. […] Read More

2002: Temple reveals secrets of the one God

Archaeologists believe they have uncovered origins of monotheism in northern Jordan Stephanie Saldana Daily Star, Lebanon 5 March 2002 AMMAN: In a remote corner of Jordan, archaeologists have uncovered a room that may transform the way we think about God. Its massive stones still clinging to the damp hills of the Jordan River Valley, the Migdol Temple at first appears to be little more than an ancient network of fortified walls. Yet when Jordanian and Australian archaeologists working at the site of ancient Pella began piecing it together in 1997, it didn’t take them long to realize that they were reconstructing something extraordinary: a 3,600-year-old textbook in stone. The Migdol Temple charts within a single room one of the most important events in human history: the transition from polytheism to the belief in one God. Measuring an impressive 29 by 22 meters, the Migdol Temple is the largest Bronze […] Read More

1997: The Forbidden Legacy of a Fallen Race

by Andrew Collins Extracted from New Dawn No.40 (January-February, 1997) Is civilization the legacy of a race of human angels known as Watchers and Nephilim? Andrew Collins, author of FROM THE ASHES OF ANGELS, previews his history of angels and fallen angels and traces their origin back to an extraordinarily advanced culture that entered the Near East shortly after the end of the last Ice Age. Angels are something we associate with beautiful Pre-Raphaelite and renaissance paintings, carved statues accompanying Gothic architecture and supernatural beings who intervene in our lives at times of trouble. For the last 2000 years this has been the stereotypical image fostered by the Christian Church. But what are angels? Where do they come from, and what have they meant to the development of organized religion? Many people see the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament, as littered with accounts of angels […] Read More

1969: TEMPUS INTERLUDIUM

The Magnum Opus of Dr. Ernest L. Norman AMID THE PYRAMIDS October 7, 1969 — During the last hundred years or so, peoples of the western hemisphere have been tremendously interested and intrigued by the lore of Ancient Egypt, as it was unearthed and apparently translated by the efforts of archaeologists. By far, however, the most important aspects in this Egyptology have not been recognized and, in particular, the significance of certain connections which this Egyptology had, in a historical sense, with the much older and long-ago defunct civilization of Atlantis. In particular, the Egyptian pyramids, a subject of great mystery and intense controversy, even to the exploration of the giant pyramid of Gizeh (Pyramid of Khufu or Cheops at Gizeh) with cosmic ray apparatus in an attempt to divulge certain supposed unknown inner chambers. Like almost all other earth world ethnic cultures, religions, occultisms and even superstitions, the […] Read More