Archive for April, 2015

20 FORBIDDEN HISTORY QUESTIONS They Won’t Answer In School

Traditional educational systems basically teach us that the history of man only dates back to about 8,000 years ago while religious texts date mankind to approximately 6,000 years ago.  It is more than obvious that there a massive push to occlude our true history and origins.

While you may not agree with some of the questions, please try to view them with an open mind.  As you’ll see, the history we have been taught has been manipulated and obscured from us.

Ask yourself (or others) the following questions and feel free to comment at the end of the article!

A map drawn on a gazelle skin of an unfrozen Antarctica was found in 1929.  The map was drawn in 1513 by Piri Reis, who had privileged access to the Imperial Library of Constantinople.  Contained within the notes found on the map, Reis stated that he compiled and copied the data from a large number of source maps, some of which dated back to the 4 BC or earlier.  Our history books tell us that Antarctica was discovered by Captain James Cook while crossing the Antarctic Circle on January 17, 1773 with the ships HMS Resolution and Adventure.

1. How did Reis know of Antarctica several hundred years before Captain James Cook ‘discovered’ it?

The last time Antarctica was not frozen was at least 4,000 BC, so…

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2. Where did the Imperial Library of Constantinople get THEIR information and who is responsible for the initial drawing of that map?

oopart-clayA tiny figurine made of baked-clay (right) was brought up in amongst the debris churned out by a huge drill bit during the drilling of a well in Nampa Idaho in 1889. The object is a one inch long figure with one leg broken off at the knee.

3. Is it possible that mankind has been here many times LONG BEFORE our recorded past? 

4. How many millennia would it take for an object like this to be buried 300 feet into the ground?

According to Darwinism, man evolved from ape.

5. If man evolved from ape, then why are there still apes?

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6. There are pyramids on every continent of the world.  Who built them and why were they built?

In Ecuador, one large Jade cup and 12 smaller Jade cups were found. Each of the smaller cups are a little bit different in size, but if you were to fill each one and pour them into the larger one, the contents would exactly fill the larger cup. The large cup has a perfect inlaid star constellation, showing Orion and other stars.

Klaus Dona stated, “inside the big cup it is very, very magnetic and outside the cup nearly nothing. Professional geologists are saying this is impossible because if a stone has metal particles inside the stone, it must be same magnetic from both sides.”

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7. If scientists say that it is impossible to have a very magnetic inside of a jade cup with a non-magnetic outside of the same cup, then who created these vessels and where are they from?

3In Illoinois a well bit brought up a 200,000 year old bronze coin from a depth of 114 feet just outside Chillicothe, Illinois. According to the Illinois State Geological Survey, the deposits containing the coin are between 200,000 and 400,000 years old.

8. Long before our state-sponsored recorded history will admit that civilized man was on Earth, what culture made this coin?

More than 350 artifacts were found in Ecuador in an old tunnel system.  One artifact in particular shows the same pyramid with an all-seeing eye at the top of it (below).  Under a black light, the eye takes on an interesting hue while on the bottom of this artifact (see picture below), you can see a star map of Orion’s Belt along with writing that is older than any known writing on this planet. According to the research of Klaus Dona, the same writing has been found all over the world, proving that there was a pre-existing GLOBAL civilization that is much older than any Sanskrit writings.

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9. Why do all history classes exclude this information?

We are seeing a continuing theme involving Orion’s Belt.

The pyramids on the Giza Plateau also reflect the exact same alignment as the “3 Kings” of Orion’s Belt.

10. What visitors came to this planet from Orion’s Belt?

11. What is the significance of the Orion’s Belt constellation?

Professor Kurt Schildmann, former President of the German Linguistic Association, called this writing “pre-Sanskit” (older than 6,000 years old) and was able to translate the writing as follows:

“The son of the creator comes.”

12. What is the true meaning of this pyramid and why is this symbol still being used?

In the pre-religious Anunnaki creation myth, Anu had 2 sons, Enki and Enlil.  Enki, also known as Ea (as in EArth) in Sumerian texts, was loving and kind to the genetically modified humans who mined gold for the Anunnaki.

13. Does “The son of the creator comes” refer to Enki?

The Old and New Testament of the Christian bible clearly shows one vengeful god who kills millions of people while an apparently different god who is all loving.

14. Does the bible reflect the story of Enlil (Old Testament, malevolent towards humans) and Enki (New Testament, all-loving toward humans)?

In the Old Testament, Genesis 1:26, it states, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.”

15. Who is “us” and “our”?

In 1851 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, a 4-1/2 inch high zinc and silver alloy vase was dynamited out of solid rock 15 feet below the surface.  On the sides were figures of flowers in bouquet arrangements, inlaid with pure silver.

The rock out of which it came is estimated to be 100,000 years old.

16. According to academia, what civilization was capable of this type of art 100,000 years ago?

Over 200 metallic spheres have been found in South Africa and areestimated to be 4,500 million years old.  There are two types of spheres:

“One of solid bluish metal with white flecks, and another which is a hollow ball filled with a white spongy center” (Jimison, 1982).

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17. Our recorded history tells us that civilized man has only been here anywhere between 6-8,000 years, so who made these spheres millions of years beforehand?

With the exception of stone and precious metals, virtually everything we own right now would eventually turn to dirt throughout the millennia, including all of our TV’s, cellphones, cars, planes and everything made of plastic.

If by chance, some major catastrophe were to hit our planet, within 100,000 years, just about every hint of civilization would be buried under years of decay.

18. Is it possible that there are malevolent rulers who have kept us in economic subservience for literally hundreds of thousands of years, if not millions of years?

All religions seem to share similar stories.

19. Is it possible that this template has been used since the earliest incarnations came to this planet, perhaps billions of years ago? 

20. When will we finally learn to live without being economic slaves to the same system of domination and control?

Immigrants to account for 82% of US population growth by 2060 – report

If current trends and policies continue, immigrants will account for the largest share of US population ever by 2023, and white Americans will become a minority by 2044, conservative groups are claiming, citing US Census Bureau data.

The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), which supports reducing immigration, pointed out that immigrants are expected to account for 51 million US residents by 2023, or 14.8 percent. By 2060, the number of foreign-born US residents would be 78 million, or about a fifth of the total population, itself projected to hit 417 million.

“Absent a change in immigration policy, immigrants who will arrive in the future plus their descendants will account for roughly three-fourths of future US population increase,” wrote Karen Zeigler and Steven Camarota of the CIS, comparing the development to “adding the combined populations of California, Texas, New York, Florida, and Massachusetts to the country.”

Their conclusions are based on the projections released last month by the Census Bureau, which for the first time included a look at immigration numbers. Previously, the Census Bureau estimated that by 2043, the US would become a “majority-minority” country, with Americans of European origin accounting for less than half the population.

“The US population as a whole is expected to follow a similar trend, becoming majority-minority in 2044,” the updated Census Bureau report said. “The minority population is projected to rise to 56 percent of the total in 2060, compared with 38 percent in 2014.”

As early as 2020, more than half the children in the US are expected to be “part of a minority race or ethnic group,” the Census report said.

Paul Bedard, a columnist for the conservative-leaning Washington Examiner, noted that the“surge” of legal and illegal immigrants will hit a record high of 51 million in just eight years, and eventually account for an astounding 82 percent of all population growth in America between 2010 and 2060.

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“These numbers have important implications for workers, schools, infrastructure, congestion and the environment,” CIS’s Camarota told Bedard. “They also may have implications for our ability to successfully assimilate and integrate immigrants. Yet there has been almost no national debate about bringing in so many people legally each year, which is the primary factor driving these numbers.”

Bedard also cited a recent report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS) to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which indicated that the foreign-born population of the US has increased by 324.5 percent between 1970 and 2013, from 9,740,000 to 41,348,066.

The CRS report argued that the effect of this surge in immigration has been a decline in the average income of the bottom 90 percent of US taxpayers, which recently dropped below 1970 levels to $30,980 in 2013.

“It defies reason to argue that the record admission of new foreign workers has no negative effect on the wages of American workers,” Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) wrote recently in the New York Times, arguing for curbing immigration. “Why would many of the largest business groups in the United States spend millions lobbying for the admission of more foreign workers if such policies did not cut labor costs?”

Exercise ‘not key to obesity fight’

Physical activity has little role in tackling obesity – and instead public health messages should squarely focus on unhealthy eating, doctors say.

In an editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, three international experts said it was time to “bust the myth” about exercise.

They said while activity was a key part of staving off diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and dementia, its impact on obesity was minimal.

Instead excess sugar and carbohydrates were key.

The experts, including London cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra, blamed the food industry for encouraging the belief that exercise could counteract the impact of unhealthy eating.

They even likened their tactics as “chillingly similar” to those of Big Tobacco on smoking and said celebrity endorsements of sugary drinks and the association of junk food and sport must end.

They said there was evidence that up to 40% of those within a normal weight range will still harbour harmful metabolic abnormalities typically associated with obesity.

But despite this public health messaging had “unhelpfully” focused on maintaining a healthy weight through calorie counting when it was the source of calories that mattered most – research has shown that diabetes increases 11-fold for every 150 additional sugar calories consumed compared to fat calories.

And they pointed to evidence from the Lancet global burden of disease programme which shows that unhealthy eating was linked to more ill health than physical activity, alcohol and smoking combined.

‘Unscientific’

Dr Malhotra said: “An obese person does not need to do one iota of exercise to lose weight, they just need to eat less. My biggest concern is that the messaging that is coming to the public suggests you can eat what you like as long as you exercise.

“That is unscientific and wrong. You cannot outrun a bad diet.”

But others said it was risky to play down the role of exercise. Prof Mark Baker, of the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, which recommends “well-balanced diets combined with physical activity”, said it would be “idiotic” to rule out the importance of physical activity.

Ian Wright, director general at Food and Drink Federation, said: “The benefits of physical activity aren’t food industry hype or conspiracy, as suggested. A healthy lifestyle will include both a balanced diet and exercise.”

He said the industry was encouraging a balanced diet by voluntarily providing clear on-pack nutrition information and offering products with extra nutrients and less salt, sugar and fat.

“This article appears to undermine the origins of the evidence-based government public health advice, which must surely be confusing for consumers,” he said.

​Animal-sex tourism crackdown: Denmark bans bestiality

Denmark has approved a law banning bestiality, in a move to tackle animal-sex tourism. Those found guilty of engaging in sexual relations with an animal will now face fines and prison terms.

Danish lawmakers approved the ban in a 91-75 vote on Tuesday. Five abstained from voting.

Those in favor of the legislation said Denmark did not want to remain the last northern European country where bestiality was legal, as this was attracting animal-sex tourists.

“There are frequent reports of the occurrence of organized animal sex shows, clubs and animal brothels in Denmark,” the Danish Ethical Council for Animals, an independent advisory board under the food and agriculture ministry, said in a report, as quoted by Reuters. The group added that it had been unable to verify the reports.

A 2011 Justice Ministry report found that 17 percent of veterinarians surveyed suspected an animal they treated had previously been subjected to intercourse with a human.

The debate centered on whether an existing law, the Animal Welfare Act for 2015, was enough to protect animals against bestiality.

Farm Minister Dan Jorgensen didn’t believe the current law was adequate and sought to strengthen animal welfare and protection in the country.

“The current legislation does not protect the animals enough. It’s hard to prove that an animal suffers when a human has sexual intercourse with it, and that is why we must give the animal the benefit of the doubt,” he wrote in an opinion piece.

He also said earlier this month that offenders“must be made aware that we find maltreatment of animals absolutely unacceptable.”

Bengt Holst, head of the Ethical Council for Animals, agreed, saying last autumn that an amendment was necessary.

Animal rights campaigners, including People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), also petitioned Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Jorgensen to amend the existing legislation.

But members of the Liberal Alliance, a libertarian party, have expressed opposition to the new law.

“Best case, this is a superficial law. Worst case, it is political populism and moralism,” Liberal Alliance’s Joachim Olsen said in February, as quoted by Mashable.

Once the law goes into effect on July 1, anyone found guilty of having sex with an animal will face fines and time in prison.

Hungary, Finland, and Romania are now the only EU countries where bestiality is legal.

Source http://www.rt.com

Controversial heart transplant teen killed in car crash after police chase

A Georgia teen, who two years ago gained national attention after receiving a controversial heart transplant, has died following a carjacking and high-speed police chase.

Two years ago, doctors reluctantly agreed to give 17-year-old Anthony Stokes the heart transplant because of his alleged offenses, but changed their minds after public pressure.

On Tuesday, the teen crashed into a pole while driving a stolen Honda as he was being pursued by police.

He was fleeing from the scene of an attempted burglary at an elderly woman’s home in Roswell, Georgia.

According to police, the 81-year-old lady reported that a masked person entered her house and fired gunshots at her. Having left the house, the teen then got into a black car, which police later found to have been stolen.

After traveling a few miles, the car lost control, hit a pedestrian and crashed. Firefighters got the teen out of the car, but he later died in hospital.

The pedestrian who was struck, Clementina Hernandez, was listed as being stable and in a good condition.

Anthony Stokes received a transplant to replace his failing heart in August 2013. He had been suffering from a heart muscle disease called dilated cardiomyopathy, which often leads to heart failure.

He was wearing an ankle monitor, when he was admitted to a local hospital, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, as at that time of his disease he had been under house arrest for a fight.

Doctors said that heart transplantation was the only option for him – but refused to put him on the transplant list.

According to his mother doctors, thought he would not take his medication or show up for follow-up appointments as he had a “history of noncompliance.”

The clinic had to change their decision after activists accused them of discrimination “because he was poor, black and had trouble with the law, which his mother said was for fighting.”