Ancient Footprints of Giants Ignored by Mainstream Archaeology

Looking at our ancient archaeological history it begins to become clear that our view of human evolvement theory has a few flaws. by Digger You can’t hide or deny plain facts of which these are imprints in stone and bones archaeologists have excavated and they cannot be denied. Some of the footprints date back millions of years and prove that a giant species of man roamed the earth at the time of the dinosaurs. This totally goes against the modern historical view of evolution where man evolved from apes. THE FOOTPRINT OF GOD The footprint is located in South Africa, near the town of Mpuluzi, close to the Swaziland border. It is estimated to be between 200 million and 3 billion years old because of our current understanding of the formation of granites in Earth’s history. This dating immediately causes heated debate and argument. (I urge you to keep […] Read More

Mexico Bracing for Massive Default That Could Set Off Global Debt Bomb: “Perversely Ironic Twist”

The debt avalanches. Once it accumulates enough mass, and momentum is not sufficient to stop its collapse, it overwhelms its host, and will come crashing down on the rest of the system, too. Across the planet, there are hundreds of governments – local, state and national – as well as business and households who are reaching a breaking point. Already drowning in debt, many are about to default on loan repayments, and thus set off a series of debt crises that will be met with market chaos and a tightening of easy credit for those who are most vulnerable to implosion. With Puerto Rico also timed for a major default that will burden the United States, Mexico is ready to crash, and bracing for impact. Its biggest construction firm, which has been dependent upon government contracts that are now drying up, is facing default on a $31 million interest […] Read More

Jeb Bush, the Mexican Drug Cartel and “Free Trade”. The Bush Family and Organized Crime

Source: Global Research Jeb Bush is a presidential candidate. But Jeb is not only the brother of George W. and the son of George H. W. Bush. Jeb Bush also had close personal ties to Raul Salinas de Gortiari, brother of Mexico’s former president Carlos Salinas de Gortiari. In the 1990s, Raul the “drug kingpin”, according to Switzerland’s federal prosecutor Carla del Ponte, was one of the main figures of the Mexican Drug Cartel. Jeb Bush –before becoming Governor of the Sunshine State– was a close friend of Raul Salinas de Gortiari (image right): “There has also been a great deal of speculation in Mexico about the exact nature of Raul Salinas’ close friendship with former President George Bush’s son, Jeb. It is well known here that for many years the two families spent vacations together — the Salinases at Jeb Bush’s home in Miami, the Bushes at Raul’s […] Read More

The Only Way To Stop The Empire

Submitted by Dmitry Orlov via Club Orlov blog, The final days of US empire are fast approaching. Perhaps its end will pass slowly and gradually, or perhaps the event will unfold rapidly and catastrophically. Maybe chaos will break loose, or maybe its demise will be organized well and proceed smoothly. This nobody knows, but the end of empire is coming as surely as day follows night and sun follows rain. Overexpansion, overreach and over-indebtedness will take their toll—as all past empires have discovered. Empires are like bacteria in a Petrie dish; unthinking, unseeing, unfeeling, they expand until they run out of food or contaminate their environment with their waste, and then they die. They are automatons, and they just can’t help it: they are programmed to expand or die, expand or die, and, in the end, expand and die. What does the empire feed on? It feeds on money […] Read More

2014: Hightower: It’s the Immigration Fearmongers We Should Be Worried About, Not Their Ebola Hype

Trying to spread panic about immigrants and their risks is highly damaging to society. One thing you can say about Rick Perry is that he sticks to his guns. If one of his policy proposals turns out to be dumb, by gollies, he will double-down on dumb. For example, in his current re-run for the GOP presidential nomination, the “Oops” governor has repositioned himself as an expert on border security. As such, he milked a lot of political PR out of this summer’s surge of migrant children crossing our southern border illegally. Never mind that they were desperate to escape the abject poverty, rapes, murders and gang cultures that confronted them every day in their Central American homelands, Perry used their plight as a chance to foment fear and pose as a superhero “seal the border” candidate. Perry was on Fox News howling for federal troops, declaring that, “This […] Read More

Bankers are Behind the Wars

Image by Terry Robinson Former managing director of Goldman Sachs – and head of the international analytics group at Bear Stearns in London (Nomi Prins) –  notes: Throughout the century that I examined, which began with the Panic of 1907 … what I found by accessing the archives of each president is that through many events and periods, particular bankers were in constant communication [with the White House] — not just about financial and economic policy, and by extension trade policy, but also about aspects of World War I, or World War II, or the Cold War, in terms of the expansion that America was undergoing as a superpower in the world, politically, buoyed by the financial expansion of the banking community. In the beginning of World War I, Woodrow Wilson had adopted initially a policy of neutrality. But the Morgan Bank, which was the most powerful bank at […] Read More

2014: NAFTA And The Next Phase Of North American Integration

By Dana Gabriel Be Your Own Leader This article has been generously donated by Dana Gabriel In preparation for the upcoming North American Leaders Summit which will be held in Toluca, Mexico on February 19, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently held a meeting with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts. Over the last number of years, not as much attention has been given to the trilateral relationship. Instead, the U.S. has essentially pursued a dual-bilateral approach with both Canada and Mexico on key issues including border and continental perimeter security, as well as regulatory and energy cooperation. On the heels of its 20th anniversary, there once again appears to be renewed interest in broadening and deepening the NAFTA partnership as part of the next phase of North American integration. On January 17, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry hosted the North American Ministerial with Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird and […] Read More

2013: 10 Breathtaking Places You Need To See Before You Die!

Planet Earth is a playground of natural beauty, with perfection embedded in all corners of its landscape. Each country possesses unique topographic features which inspire travelers from afar to set out and survey the wonders of the natural countryside. We’ve put together a list of 10 spots you must have on your travel bucket list for reasons of simple astonishment. 1.) Tulip Fields, Holland. If ‘somewhere over the rainbow’ really existed it would probably look like this. Fields of multicolored flowers have been planted in Anna Paulowna, a town in North Holland, attracting a magnitude of sight-seers every year during the wondrous blooming season. Millions of flowers laid out in horizontal, parallel and perpendicular strips make up a mega-quilt of blossomed beauties. 2.)    Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. Salar de Uyuni might be considered the world’s largest mirror. Stretching nearly 11 000 square km across central Bolivia, it is the […] Read More

THE CLINTON CRASH

Keep your eyes on the exits folks, cause there’s a lot of people who are gonna have to squeeze through some real small doors when the fire alarm goes off. So you’d better pay careful attention to what the BIG money is doing. Once their boy Klinton is toast, they’re gonna dump U.S. paper like there’s no tomorrow. How many U.S. stocks do you think old Rockeefeller is holding right now? This enigmatic bull market has defied logic, gravity and all caution. unemployment rises-stocks go up, unemployment falls-stocks go up, interest rates fall-stocks go up, interest rates rise-stocks go up, the dollar falls-stocks go up, the dollar rises-stocks go up. What gives? Actually it’s quite simple. Bull markets are a MONETARY phenomenon rather than a financial phenomenon. In other words, its not good earnings that cause stocks to rise, its MONEY. Specifically, more buyers than sellers. It is irrelevant […] Read More

Footprints along the Border

….Story of the Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts by William Gwaltney Superintendent, Fort Laramie National Historic Site Fort Laramie, Wyoming(NOTE: The following was written by Mr. Gwaltney when he was a Park Ranger assigned to the Fort Davis National Historic Site, Fort Davis, Texas.) One of the most fascinating but little known stories of the Indian Wars period in that of the Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts. This group of experienced frontier guerilla fighters was recruited in 1870 from a sizeable number of black people living at Nacimiento, Mexico. Most were descendants of slaves who had escaped slavery and had taken up with the Seminole Indians in Florida. Wars against the Seminoles were fought by the United States in 1817 and again in 1836. The wars were largely conducted to regain escaped slaves whose departure created a very real economic loss to the slave owners and encouraged other slaves to attempt an escape. […] Read More

2013: Mysteries in the Mountains

Mysteries in the Mountains http://www.tucsonweekly.com/gbase/currents/Content?oid=47018 A real-life Twilight Zone may exist in Southeastern Arizona near the Mexican border. By RON QUINN� Deep in the mountains close to the Mexican border, a mysterious place exists where time is altered at random. A joke? Not according to Ron Quinn. Quinn first submitted his stories to The Weekly’s former editor, Michael Parnell, in November 2002. Upon his departure in January, Parnell passed them on to current Weekly Editor Jimmy Boegle. The Weekly staff decided to publish them; after all, they are quite compelling. Plus, Quinn’s got some credibility; a life-long treasure hunter, Ron Quinn’s stories have been appeared in Arizona Highways, Treasure Magazine and Fate. The Weekly does not know the location of the site Mr. Quinn speaks of, nor could we verify the events mentioned. Therefore, we present his anecdotes as interesting stories–nothing more. –Irene Messina This fascinating journey into the […] Read More

2002: Traveler to the Inner Earth

Below is an incredible first-hand account from a US Air F-rce Colonel of what it is like inside our planet, courtesy abovetopsecret.com / onelight.com. This information was gathered and written down with permission, from a recording taken on the phone January 10, 2002 (Greg Gavin/Onelight.com): My name is Colonel Billie Faye W-odard of the U-ited States Air Fo-ce. Arrival and Indoctrination I was first stationed at Area 51, Nevada, Jan. 28, 1971 through 1982. In that period of service I visited the Hollow Interior of the Earth six times, 800 miles deep. Upon my arrival to Area 51 I was indoctrinated to the existence of tunnels beneath Area 51, and soon after I met several of the Underground Shuttle Operators that have a stature of 13 to 14 feet in height. These tunnels, that transverse the world, are built by a species of beings who have existed here before […] Read More

A conversation between Carlos Castenedas and Yaqui shaman don Juan

A conversation between Carlos Castenedas and Yaqui shaman don Juan “They discovered that we have a companion for life,” he said, as clearly as he could. “We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos, and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The predator is our lord and master. “It has rendered us docile; helpless. If we want to protest, it suppresses our protest. If we want to act independently, it demands that we don’t do so.” It was very dark around us, and that seemed to curtail any expression on my part. If it had been daylight, I would have laughed my head off. In the dark, I felt quite inhibited. “It’s pitch black around us,” don Juan said, “but if you look out of the corner of your eye, you will still see fleeting shadows jumping all around […] Read More