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Human Devolution – Joan d’Arc Interviews Michael Cremo

by Joan d’Arc In their 1993, 900-page tome, Forbidden Archeology and its condensed version, Hidden History of the Human Race, co-authors Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson brought forth largely unknown evidence illustrating that modern humans worked and walked the earth millions of years ago, even as far back as 2 billion years ago. The reverberations of this work on the ...

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MK 1ST AVE

by Jaye C. Beldo [email protected] We are subjected daily to immune system weakening bands like GodSmack, Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails who are merely unconscious conduits for various forms of MK manipulation Thinking of bopping down to 1st Avenue Danceteria for some unabashed fun? Be forewarned that the club is a hotbed of ongoing Mind Control (MK) experiments of ...

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The Legend of Bigfoot

Ivan Marx’s controversial classic Bigfoot documentary. Female sasquatchs, ancient American Indian markings, witnesses who have encountered mysterious “U.F.O.s”, Mothmen and headless creatures with glowing eyes. Was Ivan Marx ahead of his time, as some believe, or was he just a fraud looking to cash in. Watch and find out….

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When Democracy Failed: The Warnings of History

by Thom Hartmann The 70th anniversary wasn’t noticed in the United States, and was barely reported in the corporate media. But the Germans remembered well that fateful day seventy years ago – February 27, 1933. They commemorated the anniversary by joining in demonstrations for peace that mobilized citizens all across the world. It started when the government, in the midst ...

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Moving Targets: The Real Strategies Behind the War on Terrorism

by Al Hidell “Now we have the possibility of cooperation in Eurasia. You look at the agreements among China, discussions with Japan, India, Russia, other nations; you see there’s now a thrust for cooperation in large-scale projects, and trade projects, which will build up Eurasia…Somebody wants to stop it. For various reasons, August is a good month to start a ...

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Food Fights: Myths and Truths About Genetically Modified Foods

by Jeffrey M. Smith The following testimony was given on October 2, 2003 before the Vermont State Agriculture Committee by Jeffrey M. Smith, author of the exposé, Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating. My name is Jeffrey Smith, I have been involved with the issue of genetically-engineered foods ...

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How to Surf the Internet Anonymously and Leave No Evidence

by Olav Phillips Over the last few years, and as Government surveillance has expanded, more and more people are looking for ways to control their internet footprint.  Especially now with the revelations of Google listening to your life through your microphone or the revelations about internet surveillance.  That added to the very real browser tracking corporations are performing against you ...

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The Scapegoating of Ted Kaczynski: Cereal Murder and the Group Mind

Joan d’Arc Interviews Michael Hoffman, II Joan d’Arc: Michael, in your excellent on-line article entitled “The Scapegoat: Ted Kaczynski, Ritual Murder and the Invocation of Catastrophe,” www.hoffman-info.com you write that the Unabom case has been “rubber-stamped in newsrooms with the logo of the FBI.” As you explain, a very un-American collusion between the media and the FBI from the beginning ...

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Giordano Bruno: 16th Century UFOlogist?

by Joan d’Arc Filippo Bruno was born in Nola Italy in 1548. When he was 13 years old he entered school at the Monastery of Saint Domenico. Taking the name Giordano, he became a Dominican priest in 1565, but was forced to run away 11 years later due to his shockingly inappropriate ideas. Author of countless obscure writings originally written ...

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Sci-Fi Predictive Programming: The Semiotic Deception of 9-11

By Phillip D. Collins Replete with esoteric symbols, conspiracy research certainly warrants semiotic examination. Although fraught with historical flaws and theological distortions, The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown acknowledges the value of semiotics in studying the conspiratorial world. In fact, the novel’s central character is a semiotician specializing in symbology. Evidently, Brown recognized the potential of semiotics in analyzing the ...

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Sorcery, Magick & Extraterrestrial Intelligences: The Material Reality of Telepathy

By Eugenia Macer-Story An entity does not need an organic nervous system with the exact same sensory complexities in order to be part of a telepathic pattern involving inter-species communication or communication with Advanced Intelligence. In my recent book Dark Frontier, I give the example of my whimsical attempt to direct by telepathy a lady bug away from the precipice ...

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Sex is a Gun: The Deeper Story of the D.C. Madam

by Paul Collins On May 1, 2007, I had the opportunity to interview legendary former NYPD detective James Rothstein over the topic of elite and intelligence-connected sex rings in Washington, D.C. I asked Rothstein if Deborah Jeane Palfrey (a.k.a. the D.C. Madam) and her Pamela Martin and Associates could be considered a sex ring connected to the power elite and ...

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Katrina and the Politics of Disaster

by Paul Collins In the wake of hurricane Katrina, many within the government are ducking for cover as the blame game begins. One individual who has been targeted is Michael Brown, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The Associated Press reported the following: The top U.S. disaster official waited hours after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast before ...

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