America Before The Lost Civilization & Global Cataclysm [Video]

HancockAlexandra BruceGraham Hancock joins Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt at a live event in Cambridge, Massachusetts to discuss his latest book, America Before and the arc of his career, exploring the mysteries of extreme antiquity.

Hancock was working as a journalist for The Economist at their office in Nairobi, Kenya when an assignment took him to Axum, Ethiopia. It was there he was told that the original Ark of the Covenant was stored under heavy guard by a local Christian chapel. The investigation of this intriguing claim set him on the adventure he’s been on ever since.

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Suppressed Ancient Underwater Discoveries that Could Rewrite History [Video]

lost civilizationAlexandra Bruce – This documentary covers an incredible discovery that could change everything we thought we knew about history. The ancient mythologies of Egypt, Greece, Rome, Sumeria and the Americas tell startlingly similar stories of a previous civilization that sank beneath the waves.

New scanning technologies are discovering the ruins and evidence that correlate to surviving tales of an antediluvian world predating the establishment of Göbekli Tepe. These lost cities hold the secrets to unlocking the ancient code of human origin and destiny. Continue reading “Suppressed Ancient Underwater Discoveries that Could Rewrite History [Video]”

Antarctic Atlantis: Human Settlements Under All That Ice Down There?

antarcticaJoseph P Farrell – Just when you thought that Antarctica could not possibly become any stranger, reality comes along and upsets things. And it certainly has been strange. For one thing, temperatures in the southern polar continent have been on average about 20 degrees warmer than normal, and I even read a report that certain places in Antarctica reached a balmy 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit, and that indeed was very convenient, because we were told that the strange visits of former Secretary of State John Kerry and Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin were all about “climate change.” Well, indulge my high octane speculation for a moment: if one can manipulate weather systems, then boosting the temperature in Antarctica a bit to “help out the narrative” would not be all that farfetched, if one grants the assumption. And personally, I put nothing past these people. “See? it got up to 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit! So Kerry’s visit was about climate change. Nothing to see here, move along.”

Except that Kerry isn’t the only one to have shown a sudden interest in Antarctica. Readers of this website and of my books will know that he’s but the most recent famous visitor and world leader to take an interest in the continent, a list which includes Admiral Richard Byrd, King Juan Carlos of Spain, Prince What’s-his-name from Great Britain, Kiril III Patriarch of Moscow, and oh yes, did we mention the Nazi expedition and its sponsors Rudolf Hess – who ended up in Great Britain in May of 1941 for reasons that are still difficult to fathom and then spent the rest of his life in Spandau prison, where his British physician discovered reasons to believe that “Hess” was not Hess, while Frau Hess adamantly maintained he was, &c. – and Hermann Goering.

One may add to this list the planned visit of elements of Russia’s Baltic Sea Fleet, which, as I pointed out a few weeks ago, was not known for the success of its half-way-round-the-world junkets (see the Russo-Japanese War, Admiral Rozhdestvenski, Admiral Togo, &c.). A strange mix indeed: Orthodox Patriarchs, US diplomats and astronauts, British and Spanish royalty, the Deputy Fuehrer of Nazi Germany (not as a visitor, but as an “interested party”) and the founder and head of the Luftwaffe (again, not as a visitor but as an “interested party”), and an American admiral and a few U.S. Marines.

Nothing to see here, move along.

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