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When Russell went off to Camp Seagull in the Carolinas as a young lad, Kish and I waited with trepidation for his first letter home. 393 more words


Iraqi Minister of Defence Says UFOs Used This Airport Back In 5,000 BC, Video - October 4, 2016

Date of interview: October 2, 2016Location of interview: El Naciria, Iraq News source: http://ovniparanormal.over-blog.com/2016/10/le-ministre-des-transports-en-irak-kadam-fenjan-evoque-les-ovnis-aliens.htmlThis was sent over to me by Christian Mace, a UFO researcher in France who runs the website ovniparanormal.over-blog.com.

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Two Suns Shine Over Chicago As Nibiru Approaches

 By Detective Matthew P. Kulesza, P. I. – AAAprivateEYE

A strange haziness filled the cloudless sky on January 27, 2014 while I was traveling during the morning in my Jeep across the frigid snow-covered roads in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.    2,454 more words

Ziggurats: Ancient temples from the cradle of civilization

The ruins of ancient temples still rise in the arid deserts of Iraq. More than architectural wonders, those shattered wrecks of clay bricks and dust were the pillars linking heaven and earth; the stairway to heaven that allowed the communion between priests and their gods. 766 more words

Kenny Slaught


Image credit: Samuel Noa Kramer? (photo) / René Marquez (edition)

The Sumerians, considered the founders of civilization, settled in the southernmost part of Mesopotamia, the actual southern Iraq, around 3300 B.C. 190 more words

Appendix on Sumerians

First, an image showing the Cosmos as seen by the Sumerians:

There is written, from top to bottom:

Primordial Sea (Nammu)
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European Traditionalism