Large, late Neolithic tell site in modern Serbia that gave its name to a culture of the central Balkans (c.5500- 4500 BC). It is characterized by large, long-lived agricultural villages and distinctive painted pottery, including figurines and models.
In the previous article, we have implicitly pointed out that anti-Semitism is foreign to the New Testament, for it exegetically and contextually deals with theology and the implications of that theology upon the lives of people, nations, and even the world.
by Ralph Cinque (with Jim Fetzer) When I published “JFK: What we know now that we didn’t know then” (21 November 2011), I had become convinced by the discovery of the obfuscated face of a figure in the doorway area of a famous photograph taken by AP photographer James “Ike” Altgens (technically known as the [...]
January 16, 2013. Chilliwack British Columbia. The Canadian Government Is Put on Trial for Violating Section 35. Idle No More Makes a Breakthrough in Court. Finn Jensen, a Queen’s Counsel and Federal Crown prosecutor, takes the stand to try to defend himself from allegations that he and his colleagues regularly break Canadian law when they [...]
by Dean Henderson (Excerpted from Chapter 19: The Eight Families: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf… Part two of a five-part series) In 1789 Alexander Hamilton became the first Treasury Secretary of the United States. Hamilton was one of many Founding Fathers who were Freemasons. He had close relations with the Rothschild [...]
Giving thanks to God, for one’s success in stealing from men, has been part of the American character from earliest times. In his weekly radio broadcast, “Sound of Majesty,” Greg Wheatley reads from Governor William Bradford’s journal, the “History of Plymouth Plantation,” for 25 November 1620.
By Ralph Cinque (with Jim Fetzer) This is the seventh in a series of studies of the Altgens photograph — technically, the Altgens6, out of the seven attributed to him, where the Altgens7 als0 appears to have been faked — where it is now beyond any reasonable doubt that Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused [...]