2013: HOW THE PAST AFFECTS OUR FUTURE AND THE PRESENT.

Fascism in America: The Essential Mae Brussell Chapter Four: Timeline – How the Past Affects our Future and the Present 1826 The murder of William Morgan, writer, for revealing secrets of the Free Masons. Hitler to fight Masons as well as Jews later. 1830 Mormon Church, Joseph Smith, Revelations. Now the repository for all our lives, front for CIA, computer-fed data banks. 1838 U.S. Civil War. Southern industry destroyed to block further wars. South turned to Armaments, Soldiers. Turned against it’s monster. Their revenge only coming to fruit with 1980 elections. 1860s Czar Alexander II and USA, President Abraham Lincoln, working to advance Russian technology. Standard oil, USA, British Empire, Royal Dutch Shell to be threatened. Want Russia subdued. 1862 Nobel family, gunpowder and other inventions, danger to British fleets in Baltic, Crimean War. 1872 Robert Nobel established in Baku, Russia, building pipelines, railroads, storage for oil. First oil […] Read More

1986: GENISIS GENESET

GENISIS (“The Genes of Isis”): The First Book of Revelations GENESET (“The Genes of Set”): Target Earth A Review and Synopsis by Dr. Bruce Cornet Campbell’s Response to Cornet’s Book Review of Genisis and Geneset GENISIS (1986) was written by David Wood, a surveyor, cartographer, and student of mystery religions. It is about sacred geometry and ancient knowledge handed down to us through secret societies. GENESET (1994) was written by David Wood and Ian Campbell. It is about the “Ice God”, and contains the final message to humankind about the cycle of comets, which brings destruction and renewal, or Zep Tepi (First Time), as it was called by the ancient Egyptians. Because Genisis: The First Book of Revelations was published more than a decade ago and is almost out of print (only a few copies are still available through the author and select outlets), I present a comprehensive review […] Read More

2013: THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, and THE FREEMASONS

Timeline: The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Jesus Christ “Nothing is hidden that will not be made known, or secret that will not come to light” http://www.geocities.com/theshapeofgod/page2_22.html 1058 Malcolm III becomes king of Scotland. 1073 Pope Gregory VII announces that, after one thousand years of the Christian church, henceforth only the bishop of Rome may use the title of papa (pope) and that all secular princes must henceforth kiss the pope’s foot as a gesture of reverential humility which they were not to extend to any other pope. 1093 King Malcolm III of Scotland dies. 1096 Hughes de Payen born in Vitry, son of mother Alef of Montbard. (his death is in 1244). 1100 Henry I becomes king of England 1104 Count Hugh of Champagne visits the Holy land and Jerusalem returning to Europe in 1108. 1114 Count Hugh of Champagne returns to Jerusalem and is accompanied by his vassal Hughes de […] Read More

2013: Israeli Responsibility For Hacking Millions Of French Phones?

By Stephen Lendman Steve Lendman Blog Mossad’s credentials are notorious. They’re well known. Its expertise is acknowledged. Its rap sheet is longstanding and nefarious. Its tactics include targeted assassinations, satellite, drone and other type spying, hacking and espionage expertise, computer viruses, other cyber attacks, bombings, sabotage, and other lawless practices. On October 25, France’s Le Monde headlined “The NSA’s intern inquiry about the Elysee hacking revealed.” Edward Snowden connected important dots for millions. Documents he released included “a four-page internal NSA memo,” said Le Monde. It’s marked “top secret.” France sent it. It said French secret service technical director Bernard Barbier and National Agency for IT systems security head Patrick Pailloux “are coming to ask their American counterparts, whom they suspect are (conducting Elysee Palace espionage) for an explanation.” It’s the official French president’s residence. It includes his office. It’s where government ministers meet to discuss official business. France […] Read More

A Signal of Danger

    Initiates are sure to come into the company of the gods. – SOCRATES in the Phaedo In the first number of the Revue Theosophique in the initial portion of the fine lecture of our brother and colleague, the erudite Correspondent-Secretary of the T.S. Hermes, we read in the footnote (fn. 2, p. 23 ):     We designate under the term Initiate every seeker in the possession of the elementary principles of the Occult Science. One must beware lest he confuse this term with that of Adept, which indicates the highest degree of elevation to which the initiate may attain. We have in Europe many Initiates. I do not think that there exist any adepts as in the Orient. Foreign to the genius of the French language, not even having at hand a dictionary of etymology, it is impossible for me to say if this double definition is authorized in French […] Read More

The Denials and the Mistakes of the Nineteenth Century

At or near the beginning of the present century all the books called Hermetic were loudly proclaimed and set down as simply a collection of tales, of fraudulent pretences and most absurd claims, being, in the opinion of the average man of science, unworthy of serious attention. They “never existed before the Christian era,” it was said; “they were all written with the triple object of speculation, deceit and pious fraud”; they were all, the best of them, silly apocrypha. In this respect, the nineteenth century proved a most worthy progeny of the eighteenth. For in the age of Voltaire, as well as in this, everything that did not emanate direct from the Royal Academy was false, superstitious and foolish, and belief in the wisdom of the Ancients was laughed to scorn, perhaps more even than it is now. The very thought of accepting as authentic the works and […] Read More

1890: The Last Song of the Swan

I see before my race an age or so, And I am sent to show a path among the thorns, To take them in my flesh. Well, I shall lay my bones In some sharp crevice of the broken way; Men shall in better times stand where I fell And singing, journey on in perfect bands Where I had trod alone. . . . – THEODORE PARKER Whence the poetical but very fantastic notion – even in a myth – about swans singing their own funeral dirges? There is a Northern legend to that effect, but it is not older than the middle ages. Most of us have studied ornithology; and in our own days of youth we have made ample acquaintance with swans of every description. In those trustful years of everlasting sunlight, there existed a mysterious attraction between our mischievous hand and the snowy feathers of the […] Read More

1995: How British Free Trade Starved Millions During Ireland’s Potato Famine

by Paul Gallagher Printed in The American Almanac, May 29, 1995. Not Potatoes, But Slavery Any historian, who has studied the subject further than former Vice-President Dan Quayle, knows that potatoes (or the lack thereof) did not cause the Irish famine and genocide 150 years ago. The potato blight which struck the harvest in autumn 1845 had begun in North Carolina, and spread to destroy potato crops throughout the Northern Hemisphere for several years; it did not cause famine or mass death anywhere except in Ireland. Nor were potatoes the only major produce of Irish agriculture at the time; they were just the only produce which the Irish – 75 percent of whom were feudal tenants of British landlords, fanatical preachers of “free trade” – were allowed to eat or to feed to their livestock. The historian Arthur Young had written, like many others, that the Irish tenant farmers […] Read More