Operation Naked King: Secret DEA Sting in Bolivia Confirms Evo Morales’ Fears About US Meddling

  We turn now to an explosive new report that claims the U.S. government has secretly targeted Bolivian President Evo Morales with a drug sting code-named “Operation Naked King.” The report – just released by The Huffington Post this morning – draws on court documents filed by a longtime DEA confidential informant, Carlos Toro. It appears to confirm Morales’ long-standing suspicion that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, or DEA, has sought to undermine Morales’ government. In 2008, Morales expelled the DEA from his country, accusing the agency of bribing police officers, violating human rights, covering up murders and destroying infrastructure. Morales then embarked on his own strategy of combating drug trafficking by working cooperatively with coca growers to diversify crops and promote alternative development. His government’s efforts were largely effective: The United Nations announced last month that the cultivation of coca leaf in Bolivia has fallen to a 13-year […] Read More

Pictures with facts of Ancient Mysteries

This artifact discovered in Iraq near Baghdad in 1936, is said to be an 1800-year-old electric cell. When tested by science, it produced a current of up to two volts. Wooden aircraft model of unknown age at the Egyptian Museum. (Cairo) Crystal skull discovered 1935 in the Maya ruins of Lubaantún, Belize Antic aircraft models of gold, some people think that they are insects but insects were never made of gold. (Pre-Inka aircraftlike models,” State Bank, Bogota, Bolivia“) Astronaut like drawings at Val Caminica, Italy This looks like a launching ramp or something like that. The problem is that its age is unknown. (El Fuerte, near Samaipata, Bolivia) No one has ever entered this pyramid or knows the purpose of it. (Nemrud Dag, East-Turkey) Mysteries of the Eastern Island The biggest rock weighs approximately 360 tons. They still don’t know how the Inka’s could build such a wall. (Sacsayhuaman, Peru) Unknown writings […] Read More

2012: Seizing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007

The Water Restoration Act of 2007, along with others, gives the federal government complete control over every waterway, river, stream, lake, aquifer, creek, slew, swamp, underground spring and even the rain that runs off your roof. Why? Well to better protect you from polluters and to ensure water safety, and of course “national security”. Here’s the real deal. Oil which has been deemed the worlds most valuable commodity (remember that word) is quickly being replaced by water. Water is the new “gold”. Under the Public Trust doctrine, the government is prohibited from converting something such as water (a human right…we can’t live without it) to a commodity. It must remain in a public trust, meaning that it is so important to our survival that it should never be subjected to markets, trading or private interests. In other words, it should never be reclassified as a commodity. But this Act […] Read More

2012: Tiahuanaco: Gateway to the Gods

Ask most people where the oldest civilization lived and you’ll hear answers like Mesopotamia (Iraq), Egypt or Iran. While these cultures can be traced back to 4000 B.C., the mysterious ruins of Tiahuanaco, in Bolivia, could be 14,000 years old If you think the Great Pyramid in Egypt is a technological marvel, wait until you see what artists and engineers were doing in Tiahuanaco. This culture thrived at the breathless elevation of about 13,000 feet. They managed to somehow move stones weighing up to 200 tons and invented modular building techniques that would even today, be cutting edge. The most famous icon of the archaeological site at Tiahuanaco is the Sun Gate. This has been described as a “calendar” almost as long as the monolithic gateway has been known to exist; thus the Sun Gate has also been called ‘the Calendar Gate’. This calendar sculpture, though it undoubtedly depicts […] Read More

2012: Puma Punku at Tiwanaku, Ancient Ruins in Bolivia

Puma Punku, or the “Puma Gate”, is part of a massive, ancient complex by the shores of Lake Titicaca, in Bolivia, called Tiwanaku (or Tiahuanaco). When asked if the Incas were the builders of this sacred site, the locals laugh and assure us that Puma Punku and Tiwanaku are much, much older. Astronomical calculations, geologic strata, and the legends themselves date this culture to around 15,000 BC, shattering the orthodox views held by both science and religion. Could Puma Punku and those who built it be re-writing history–not in ink or binary code–but in massive blocks of ageless stone? Puma Punku was once a harbor for the people who lived in Tiwanaku. Thousands of years ago, the land-locked salt-water sea we call Lake Titicaca had more volume and a higher shore-line than we see today. Its waters stretched all the way to Puma Punku, a rectangular harbor made from […] Read More

2002: Doorway to The Universe

The doorway is indeed located where the story indicates. And while this is a remote region, it is not so remote that people don’t live nearby. Reading the story you are led to believe the location is quite well hidden. This is not entirely true. It is only a short walk from the highway that continues on to the Peru – Bolivia border. Those living nearby farm the fields right in front of the doorway and throughout the area. They in the area are a closed group that does not welcome outsiders and keep to themselves, never giving the (now) frequent visitors any trouble. They simply watch as you explore the surrounding area and examine the cliff face where the door is located. They have known of this place for a very long time. The doorway isn’t large as one can see by the picture. It is actually shorter […] Read More