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Ancient civilisations and free energy

Scholars have told us that the first civilization on earth emerged in a land called Sumer some 6000 years ago. Recent archeological findings suggest that the Sumerians may have inherited much of their knowledge from an earlier civilization that emerged many thousands of years earlier in Southern Africa — the cradle of humankind. 383 more words


Book Excerpt: UBUNTU Contributionism - This is our planet


This is our planet, mother Earth, our home in the universe. The only reason we are alive and can exist on this beautiful planet is because she has somehow managed to dish up the perfect set of circumstances that has allowed us to exist here. 236 more words

Book Excerpt: UBUNTU Contributionism - Bright light at the end of a dark and gloomy tunnel

Every morning, billions of people get up to start their daily chores. A large percentage hate their jobs, they hate their boss, they have to travel to their lousy jobs for hours, on the buss, or train, or bicycle, or walk,in the rain, the snow , the heat, or sit in bumper-to-bumper traffic for hours. 589 more words

Michael Tellinger Annunaki & Bosnian Pyramid 2014 Conference [FULL VIDEO]

Published on Sep 11, 2014

Discover the Annunaki, at the Bosnian Pyramid Conference 2014 with Michael Tellinger. The Annunaki are the oldest civilisation on Earth. Michael Tellinger says they lived in South Africa more than 200,000 years ago, mining gold. 132 more words

Book Excerpt: UBUNTU Contributionism - A Blueprint For Human Prosperity.

Our countries are corporations and the world is a business controlled by a small group of untouchable banking families. The laws that control our society have been meticulously structured over thousands of years to protect the corporations, while giving us the illusion that we are free. 1,888 more words

Expanding Knowledge and Consciousness (Social Commentary)

Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning. ~Benjamin Franklin

Funny, when I started Bodybuilding I thought much to the impression of my previous trainer that I’d loose my ability to ‘feel’  anything beyond the obsessive need to go play with iron and flex my new found muscles. 706 more words