The greatest “Whodunit” of the past 500 years! Secret Mysteries takes the mystery out of America’s history. This video unfolds the fascinating history behind the founding of America, and exposes the esoteric underbelly of its design. 527 more words
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Part Two of Reason 91 that Edward de Vere was "Shakespeare": The Trial of Mary Queen of Scots is Echoed at Queen Hermione's Trial in "The Winter's Tale"
In September 1586, after being arrested for sanctioning an attempted assassination of Elizabeth I of England, the long-held captive Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots was brought to Fortheringhay Castle, where this proud Catholic monarch would be put on trial for high treason. 1,352 more words
1574 – Captain William Martin lays siege to Grace O’Malley in Rockfleet (Carrigahowley) Castle. 1594 – English expedition sets out from Galway to kill Grace O’Malley
Today we have a 2 for 1 as we explore the history of Grace O’Malley the Queen and Chieftan of Umaill, Pirate of the High Seas, and the bane of Queen Elizabeth I. 672 more words
Historically, women and minorities aren’t recorded very well — their accomplishments, especially. Look into any given high school history book and you’ll get the false impression that only old white guys do things of note. 925 more words