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The truth about a human need for government.

The video above talks about the only true socialistic system that ever worked. It was taken out of the history books because of the fact that it had no need for government Elite or Ruling classes. 25 more words

American Politics

College Major: Anthropology

A degree in anthropology opens graduates to a variety of career paths.

 A few months ago I read an article in Fortune magazine that featured this caption in an article: “Hormel developed Rev, a new line of on-the-go-meals with input from its house anthropologist, who noticed that today’s students don’t put down their phones during meals.” The phrase “house anthropologist” jumped out at me. 798 more words

More reburials based around Richard's service at Leicester....

Richard III’s reburial service is to be adapted for more reburials, this time of Anglo-Saxon Christians-men, women and children-found at Kirkleatham, have been laid to rest at St Cuthbert’s, Redcar. 9 more words


'Reign of Wisdom' - Tom Montalk


“The past, present, and future form a continuum, so studying one part can tell us something about another part… [B]y examining the anomalies in history, the secret forces and controllers of ancient times, and looking at the technology they had and what forces they were collaborating with, it may be possible to get a clearer picture of what’s going on today, and therefore what might happen in the future… 331 more words


Petra: Legend, Myth, Apocalypse

One of Seven Ancient Wonders

Petra, named one of the seven ancient wonders of the world in 2007, lies in a remote valley basin south of Amman and north of Aqaba in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.  675 more words

Faith Based Tour To The Holy Land

1000-year-old Viking toolbox found in Denmark

Although the wooden chest housing this incredible find is almost non-existent, the 14 tools uncovered at the ring-shaped fortress in Borgring, Denmark are a remarkable find. 247 more words

News And Opinion

Nalanda and the death of Buddhism

Muhammad of Ghor was the Sultan of the Ghurid Empire from 1173 to 1206. The empire at its peak stretched from Afghanistan and covered almost the entirety of northern India. 806 more words