Friday, 28 September 2018

PART 2 OF 3 - Secrets in the Solar System. Are there signs of a past civilization on Mars?

Silsbury Hill, Wiltshire, England.

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The correlation, at a ratio of 14:1, between the 'Cliff', the Crater and the 'Tholus' on Mars (@ 19:30 in) with the prehistoric Avebury Circle and man-made Silbury Hill that has puzzled humans for centuries, is quite extraordinary. So extraordinary, it is hard not to conclude the earth monument, in some manner, must replicate the Mars features, whether created or not. Of course when Avebury was created perhaps 3000 years before Christ, it is beyond the realms of possibility that the surface of that far off planet, could be viewed from earth in sufficient detail to provide the necessary geometrical relationship, yet the similitude of the composition of the three features defies logic.

Sidonia Region, Mars.

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It has long been recognised that the plethora of Neolithic stone monuments and circles have their origins in the movement of the heavenly bodies, undoubtedly imbued with cosmic and religious significance. These pre-date virtually all currently existing religions and are found across a swathe of European territory so almost certainly represent a common culture and belief system that still existed to some extent in the Celts who put up a stiff resistance to the Romans in Gaul and Britain, the remnants of which remain in the extremities of the British Isles to this day. 

However partly because of an aural tradition but also from suppression and assimilation, the precise way in which these monuments were constructed, used and their practical and metaphysical significance, is lost to current generations. 

The suggestion that they incorporate elements from another planetary civilization, appear far-fetched,  yet extraordinary geometric parallels might lead us inevitably to that conclusion and to challenge received archaeological opinion that pre-Roman Britain was both unsophisticated and ill-informed about some of the mysteries of the universe, then inadequately perceived.

I cannot speak with the same knowledge or expertise of either Richard Hall or Andrew Johnson or any of the other individuals mentioned in the presentation but it struck me that in another megalithic monument known to me at Stanton Drew in North Somerset, we again see a representation in stone of larger and smaller circles. That these may represent the earth, sun and moon is not hard to speculate but in the absence of contemporaneous explanations, conjecture it must remain. 

However the fact that lines joining important subsidiary features intersect at the centre of the main circle cannot be coincidental. Whether in addition to monitoring the solar and lunar phases in relation to the visible horizon and seasons, they drew on secrets of a much older epoch, remains a mystery.

Stanton Drew Stone Circles, Somerset

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The Cove Stanton Drew Stone Circle 

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See also: 

Mirror of Cydonia: A Mars/Earth Connection by David S Percy

Stanton Drew 2010 Geophysical survey and other archaeological investigations John Oswin and John Richards, Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society

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Monday, 24 September 2018

9/11: What 17 Years of Lies Have Done to Us - Richard Dolan

9/11: What 17 Years of Lies Have Done to Us

Streamed live on 11 Sep 2018


This is an incredibly powerful show.


UPDATE One reason I was so stunned at the Guardian’s publication of these lies is that I had gone direct from the Ecuadorean Embassy to the Guardian building in Kings Cross to give an in-depth but off the record briefing to Euan MacAskill, perhaps their last journalist of real integrity, on the strategy for Julian. I told Euan that Russia was ruled out. I did not mention this yesterday as I greatly respect Euan and wanted to speak to him first. But on phoning the Guardian I find that Euan “retired” the day the lying article was published. That seems a very large coincidence.
I am just back from a family funeral – one of a succession – and a combination of circumstances had left me feeling pretty down lately, and not blogging much. But I have to drag myself to the keyboard to denounce a quite extraordinary set of deliberate lies published in the Guardian about a Russian plot to spring Julian Assange last December.
I was closely involved with Julian and with Fidel Narvaez of the Ecuadorean Embassy at the end of last year in discussing possible future destinations for Julian. It is not only the case that Russia did not figure in those plans, it is a fact that Julian directly ruled out the possibility of going to Russia as undesirable. Fidel Narvaez told the Guardian that there was no truth in their story, but the Guardian has instead chosen to run with “four anonymous sources” – about which sources it tells you no more than that.
I have no idea who the Guardian’s “anonymous sources” are, but I know 100% for certain that the entire story of a Russian plot to extract Julian from the Embassy last Christmas Eve is a complete and utter fabrication. I strongly suspect that, as usual, MI6 tool Luke Harding’s “anonymous sources” are in fact the UK security services, and this piece is entirely black propaganda produced by MI6.
It is very serious indeed when a newspaper like the Guardian prints a tissue of deliberate lies in order to spread fake news on behalf of the security services. I cannot find words eloquent enough to express the depth of my contempt for Harding and Katherine Viner, who have betrayed completely the values of journalism. The aim of the piece is evidently to add a further layer to the fake news of Wikileaks’ (non-existent) relationship to Russia as part of the “Hillary didn’t really lose” narrative. I am, frankly, rather shocked."


We exist in a quagmire of fabrication and deceit emanating from government 'sources'. Who are the people with almost limitless, publicly funded, resources, but who can remain invisible and effectively, unaccountable? Now  the British government has somehow plucked from the non-existent 'money tree' another half a billion pounds, on top of the huge amount already dedicated to GCHQ and the other secret services, "to tackle cyber crime" pro-actively, whatever that may mean. This it is claimed is to protect the state from criminals, ISIS and Russia. Never mind the farrago of lies surrounding 'ISIS', shown to be merely a tool of the Zionist alliance.  The Russian threat appears to be equally contentious and fraudulent merely because it has frustrated western designs in Syria and elsewhere. Seventeen years of complicity and cover-up of the crimes of 9/11, prove that no citizen of the west can trust its government in general or secret services in particular. The Guardian case referred to, may be but a recent example of the phenomenon and perhaps although disgust may be appropriate, surprise should not be. VEATER ECOSAN

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Know More News LIVE w/ Infowars' Owen Shroyer

Fifty years of 'countricide'. Do we care?

My manifesto could save Britain’s dying wildlife


Earlier this summer, I sat in my garden, admiring a small wildflower patch I’d sown. Then I realised something was missing. Not a single butterfly jinked between the flowers, no bumblebees buzzed, no hoverflies hovered.
We have lots of data to prove these absences, and have become inured to them. We say that we’ve lost 97% of our flower-rich meadows since the 1930s or that we’ve lost 86% of corn bunting or 97% of hedgehogs. Loss, lost … as if this habitat and these species have mysteriously disappeared into the ether. Lost means inadvertently misplaced. No, our wildlife has been killed, starved, poisoned, ploughed up or concreted over.

Our lazy, self-excusing terminology is representative of our chronic acceptance of such appalling catastrophes. We share these shocking statistics like a vicious game of Top Trumps – to the extent that they have lost their meaning. We’ve forgotten that they are a death toll, the dwindling voices of vanished millions, a tragic echo of a recent time of plentiful life. According to the definitive State of Nature report, between 1970 and 2013 56% of UK species declined, and 15% are now threatened with extinction. Of the 218 countries assessed for “biodiversity intactness”, the UK is ranked 189. We are among the most nature-depleted countries in the world.
But this isn’t some fluffy bunny-hugging endeavour. We have specific ideas to fix this too. Today I’m publishing a People’s Manifesto for Wildlife which we will present to the environment secretary, Michael Gove. I asked 17 independent experts to suggest practical, creative and hard-hitting measures to stop the destruction. They’ve amazed me. We’ve produced a manifesto containing nearly 200 ideas to revive British wildlife.
Some are imaginative steps to ensure future generations grow up better connected to the natural world. Every primary school child could have one day of outdoor learning each fortnight. Twin every primary school with a farm to help children understand farming and food growing. Get primary school classes to name and own significant urban trees in perpetuity to form lifelong bonds between people and trees.
It’s time to rouse ourselves from this complacent stupor, because we are presiding over an ecological apocalypse. But it is not too late. There is hope we can hold on to, and there is action we can take.
I’ve been organising the first People’s Walk for Wildlife, which takes place in London this Saturday from midday. Everyone is invited – foresters, reserve wardens, teachers, students, children, scientists, artists, bloggers, activists, volunteers, gardeners. We are going to sing songs, play birdsong from the missing birds and share our love of all species.
Other ideas will ensure that everyone – no matter how urban – can gain access to high-quality green space. Hospitals must be supported to increase provision of “nearby nature” for patients and relatives. The NHS could work with environmental groups to develop “eco-prescribing” such as forest bathing, as practised in Japan. Swift, sparrow or starling boxes could be installed on all new-builds. Every park and industrial estate should have a wildlife pond.
We also call for long overdue legal changes. Ban the weedkiller glyphosate. Ban driven grouse shooting. Ban scallop dredging in UK waters. Ban snares (the UK is one of only five EU member states where snaring is legal). Some bans will directly impinge upon our popular freedoms, such as excluding dogs (except assistance dogs) from nature reserves. We cannot live with impunity now we number nearly 70 million people.
Many of these measures are cheap. Introduced today, they would transform Britain’s wildlife tomorrow. But the biggest positive effect on wildlife can be made by the custodians of 70% of Britain’s land: farmers. There is no doubt industrial farming has driven much of the decline in wildlife but it is not fair to blame individual farmers. If this becomes a fight between farmers and conservationists we all lose. 
Brexit gives us an opportunity to devise new, improved financial support for genuinely sustainable farming – which by definition is wildlife-friendly farming. Ultimately we depend on other species for our food, and our survival. In 2017 a scientific report revealed that 76% of flying insects had vanished from German nature reserves over the past 25 years. Extinguish insect life, and human life will follow.
One farmer quoted in the manifesto argues that we must all rethink the way we live, shop, cook and eat “so that we wean ourselves off the damaging farming that has fed us cheaply, but at an appalling price to nature”. The manifesto is only a first draft. Some ideas will be criticised. Many of you will have other great ideas. Let’s share them, debate them, and take decisive steps to save the wildlife that enriches every single one of us.
• Chris Packham is a naturalist, nature photographer and author

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Know More News LIVE w/ Christopher Bollyn. BACK ON!

Idlib: Lull before the hurricane – by Peter Ford

This article is posted on behalf of Peter Ford, former UK ambassador to Syria.

It appears that the Russians have pressed the pause button on their plans for an offensive alongside the Syrian government to retake Idlib. By the time they return to play mode the martial music may have changed.

New US policies for Syria

Without fanfare the US has just reformulated its position to create the conditions for it to launch devastating strikes on Syria no longer just on the pretext of alleged use of chemical weapons but on any ‘humanitarian’ pretext the US sees fit. 
In an interview with the Washington Post on 6 September, James Jeffrey, the hawkish new Special Envoy for Syria fresh from the neocon incubator of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, did not mince words:
“We’ve started using new language,” Jeffrey said, referring to previous warnings against the use of chemical weapons. Now, he said, the United States will not tolerate “an attack. Period.”
“Any offensive is to us objectionable as a reckless escalation” he said. “You add to that, if you use chemical weapons, or create refu¬gee flows or attack innocent civilians.”
Jeffrey’s remarks were little noticed because he was that day announcing something else more immediately striking: a ‘new’ policy on Syria involving cancellation of Trump’s announced departure of US troops before the end of 2018 and instatement of a plan to stay on indefinitely until achievement of the twin goals of removing all trace of the Iranian presence in Syria and installation of a Syrian government which would meet US conditions – conditions which President Asad would by Jeffrey’s own admission not be likely to meet.
The headlines naturally focussed on this latest Washington folly – do they think Iran will up sticks as long as there is a single US soldier on Syrian soil, or that there is Syrian Mandela waiting in the wings? – and the importance of the remarks about Idlib was missed. Yet those words may be about to bring the world to the brink of global war.

New doctrine for US intervention

What Jeffreys was saying was quite clear. That with or without alleged use of chemical weapons, a sudden exodus of frightened civilians from a part of Idlib, use of the fabled ‘barrel bombs’, or launch of a major offensive will be taken by the US as a trigger for drastic and probably sustained bombing aimed at bringing the government of Syria to its knees.
Until now successive US administrations have been careful to draw the red line for intervention in Syria at use of chemical weapons, presumably on the grounds that there is universal agreement and international law to the effect that use of prohibited weapons is taboo. WMD after all were the casus belli for Iraq, even if it turned out to be false. Now suddenly we have a new, broader and consequently more dangerous doctrine.
The State Department has not yet favoured the American public, Congress or anyone else with an explanation or justification for the change, but we can speculate. Can it be, for example, that US policy makers realise that when the next alleged use of chemical weapons occurs in Syria, as surely it will, it will be more difficult to sell intervention to the public than the first two times because the game has now been rumbled? Not only has the idea that the White Helmets might not be all they seem entered the bloodstream of media discourse, but the OPCW inspectors, able for once after Douma actually to visit a crime site, failed to find any proof of use of prohibited weapons. Add to that those pesky Russians unhelpfully telling the world exactly how and where the White Helmets were going to stage their next Oscar-winning performances. So why bother with all that rigmarole over chemical weapons when Western opinion is already sufficiently primed to accept any intervention whatever as long as it is somehow ‘humanitarian’ and doing down the evil Russians?

Responsibility to Protect

Step up ‘Responsibility to Protect’, the innocuous-sounding UN-approved doctrine beloved of interventionists of both Left and Right. Never mind that most legal scholars utterly reject the notion that this doctrine legalises armed aggression other than with Security Council approval or in self-defence. Was it not effectively invoked in the British government’s legal position statement provided at the time of the post-Douma strikes? (The US administration, knowing their audience, never bothered to provide any legal justification whatever.)
Slight snag: although the British government have preemptively sought with their legal statement to give themselves cover to commit acts of war on a whim, and without recourse to Parliament, as long as it can be dressed up as humanitarian, nevertheless there might be considerable disquiet in Parliament and possibly even among service chiefs were the government to appear to be about to launch strikes alongside the US had there not been even the appearance of a chemical weapons incident. For this reason it is likely that the British government will attempt to persuade the US not to give up just yet on chlorine.
Is it this new amplified threat – of strikes whether or not Asad obliges or appears to oblige with suicidal use of chlorine – which has given the Russians reasons to call off the dogs, pro tem at least? Probably not, because the Russians were taking it as read that fake chemical attacks were coming anyway. They will take note however that the US has just effectively lowered the bar on its own next heavy intervention in Syria and will not be deterred by any blowing of the gaff.
For those who naively but sincerely believed that if Asad laid off the chlorine he would not get bombed the world has suddenly become a lot more dangerous. For realists however the new doctrine merely removes a hypocrisy, or rather introduces an inflexion into the hypocrisy, whereby the itch felt by those salivating at the prospect of striking Syria, Russia and Iran can be masked as a humanitarian concern which goes beyond abhorrence of chemical weapons.

Friday, 14 September 2018

Secrets of the Grail. The true (Welsh) source of the Arthurian legend and its implications?

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Richard D. Hall speaks to Adrian Gilbert about his latest book “The Blood of Avalon”. The book continues on from his earlier work with historians Wilson and Blackett about the real King Arthur in South Wales. He has made some incredible discoveries independent of Wilson and Blackett which provide further evidence that the famous King Arthur legend does in fact originate in Glamorgan. By analysing various place names he has pin pointed the actual location of the Grail Castle spoken of in Arthurian legend. He also explains that the name of the church which Wilson and Blackett excavated in 1990, where Arthurian artefacts were found, is named after Bedivere, one of Arthur’s knights. This area is known in legends as Avalon, and was able to hold onto its original history for many years due to the fact that the land remained for centuries outside of Norman rule. Adrian explains how blood lines are crucially important when making a claim to the throne. The Holy Grail Arthurian bloodline could present a major threat to the current royal bloodline of the UK, which might explain the attempts to bury Wilson and Blackett and their research - and why someone in 2011 detonated a bomb strategically placed under Baram Blacket's bed.

PART 1 OF 3 - Dangerous History

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PART 2 OF 3 - Dangerous History

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PART 3 OF 3 - Dangerous History

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Is Jared Kushner the Anti-Christ? The Messianic Message!

Thursday, 13 September 2018

The serious adverse health consequences of 9/11 still being felt!

September 11: nearly 10,000 people affected by 'cesspool of cancer'

John Mormando is trying to bring awareness to breast cancer he believes he contracted while working close to Ground Zero.
John Mormando is trying to bring awareness to breast cancer he believes he contracted while working close to Ground Zero. Photograph: Christopher Lane


John Mormando was in the best shape of his life – a marathon runner and triathlete training for an Ironman competition – when he noticed a small bump on his chest this past March.
He had it checked out by a doctor, and soon received the shocking diagnosis: breast cancer.
“I was floored. I was totally floored,” he said.
Mormando, 51, was at a loss to explain his rare diagnosis – fewer than 1% of breast cancer cases occur in men, and he has no family history of the disease. Then colleagues reminded him of the months he worked close to the site of the 9/11 terrorist attack on New York’s World Trade Center.
Tens of thousands of people who lived or worked in the neighborhood at the time found themselves breathing in air thick with toxic fumes and particles from the pulverized, burning skyscrapers. Many have since become sick, many have died and new cases are still occurring all the time that are linked back to the poisons that were in the air around the wreckage. The latest example is a cluster of men who have developed breast cancer, including Mormando.
Now a commodities broker at the RJ O’Brien office in the city, he worked at the time at the New York Mercantile Exchange, a block away from the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, where extremists flew hijacked passenger jets into the center’s twin towers that morning in 2001, causing their collapse shortly afterwards.
The site of the towers became known as Ground Zero and the attacks, which involved two other hijacked jets, one that was flown into the Pentagon and one that was brought down in a field on its way to Washington DC, collectively known as 9/11.
“We went back to work exactly one week after 9/11, while the towers were still burning and everything else crumbled around us. We were told that the air was fine, and we needed to get back to work,” he said. “It was ridiculous. It was horrible. The smell downtown was as pungent as you could imagine. There were buildings still on fire. Those buildings burned for months.”
Mormando, who is undergoing chemotherapy, is one of at least 15 men who spent time near Ground Zero and have now been diagnosed with breast cancer, according to their attorney, Michael Barasch. There are likely many more.
The new cluster of male breast cancer diagnoses is just one face of a health crisis that is only getting worse 17 years after the terrorist attacks.
As people who lost loved ones in the attack on lower Manhattan will gather on Tuesday once again to mark the anniversary, on the site of the towers,New York is nearing a grim milestone: 10,000 people diagnosed with cancer linked to 9/11.
Male breast cancertypically affects only one in 100,000 men each year.
Michael Guedes, a retired NYPD sergeant who rushed to Ground Zero, and in the following months worked at Fresh Kills landfill on Staten Island digging through the debris and remains that had been taken there, said future health consequences had been the last thing on his mind. “You really don’t think about it. You just want to get the job done,” he said last week.
Guedes, 65, was diagnosed with breast cancer three years ago after his girlfriend found a lump on his chest. He went through surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, and remains on medication.
“Had she not found it, I would have died of it, I’m sure. At least I have a fighting chance,” he said.
“I didn’t fit the mold. I didn’t have a family history,” he said. “I know more [people] are going to get sick. It’s something I hate to say, but there’s no doubt in my mind. I’ve always been a very private person. I like my privacy. On something like this, I just can’t stay quiet.”
Jeff Flynn, 65, said before he received his diagnosis in 2011, he didn’t even know it was possible for a man to get breast cancer. “All the blood just drained out of my face. Your life changes instantly,” he said.
Flynn worked for a data storage company near the World Trade Center, and returned soon after the attacks to help companies get back up and running. “I could actually taste the air. It was foul,” he said.
Still, it took him a while to connect the dots between the time he spent around the wreckage and his cancer. Once he did, he signed up for the health program.
At a forum at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at Ground Zero last week, FBI director Christopher Wray said he had lost three colleagues who responded to the 2001 attacks in the last six months alone, and called for more people to sign up for government programs aimed at detecting and treating illnesses linked to the toxic debris and particles that exuded from the wreckage of the skyscrapers.
There were 9,375 members of the World Trade Center Health Program certified as having a related cancer as of the end of June, according to the program. An additional 420 members who had cancer have died.
In all, more than 43,000 people have been certified with a 9/11 related health condition.
The toll on first responders has been well documented – 182 members of the New York Fire Department alone have died due to such illnesses. But the carnage goes much further – affecting many who were lower Manhattan residents, office workers, teachers and students at local schools.
“This is very democratic toxic dust. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a student or a firefighter or a gazillionaire at Goldman Sachs. It is affecting everybody and killing everybody,” Barasch said.
His firm represents 25 people who were high school or college students at the time of the attacks, and were diagnosed with cancer in their 20s and 30s.
Many more have chronic respiratory and gastrointestinal illnesses, including graduates of Stuyvesant high school, three blocks from the twin towers, where students evacuated on the day of the attack and returned less than a month later.
Lila Nordstrom, 34, who was a senior there on 9/11 and now has gastro-esophageal reflux disease, said the scope of the health crisis struck her when she was at a dinner party in her 20s with a group of classmates and the topic of the illness came up. “Every single person at the table had it,” she said.
Nordstrom founded the group StuyHealth to help other young survivors. “We are so young, and this is not a choice we made for ourselves. We were minors. We know that it wasn’t safe down there now, and we know the Environmental Protection Agency didn’t tell us the truth about that,” she said.
The head of the EPA at the time has admitted she was wrong to assure the public that the air around Ground Zero was safe.
Survivors are speaking out to encourage others to sign up for the health program and get checked. Anyone who lived, worked or went to school near the site and develops a related illness is eligible for health care and possible compensation under the Zadroga Act.
The United Federation of Teachers has also contacted staffers who were working at a dozen lower Manhattan schools in 2001, urging them to get checked.
Among them was Maria Sanabria, 52, formerly an assistant teacher at the Leadership and Public Service high school, who onthat horrific day fled the school. More than 15 years later, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Two of her former colleagues have died of cancer. “I was really scared,” she said.
Advocates are already gearing up for another fight in Congress, with the victim compensation fund set to expire in December of 2020 unless lawmakers vote to extend it. The health program, by contrast, is funded for 75 years.
“Cancer has no deadline. It’s not going to stop magically in December of 2020,” Barasch said. “There’s no statute of limitations on cancer.”
The fund has awarded more than $4.3bn so far to more than 19,000 first responders and survivors.
Few federal agents have joined the program, even though many were exposed to the toxic dust, officials say.
FBI agent Lu Lieber was a responder at Ground Zero and recalled getting in her car on 12 September 2001 and turning on the air conditioner. It spit out dust, which remained in the heating system for months. She has been diagnosed with two forms of cancer. “Lower Manhattan evolved into a cesspool of cancer,” she said.
Even the memorial is changing to recognize the fact that the attacks have continued to claim lives years after the towers fell. A new path lined with stones is planned to pay tribute to those who have died from illnesses linked to all the toxins released at the attack site.
“The toll will be, I think, beyond our comprehension,” said the museum president Alice Greenwald.

See also: 

9/11 – The Unreported Health Disaster. – Tim Veater

Posted on May 27, 2014