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  • Arthur Brown Fire Live 1968
    by George Freund on October 18, 2019 at 10:13 AM
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    Brenton Tarrant used this song to end his video of the mosque shooting. It is further used by the predictive programming video on Seattle being a terror target Nov. 3, 2019. 

    Jack Mullen asserts the fire will be in our mind as we're assimilated into The Matrix.

    Seattle – November 3, 2019 | Predictive Programming or Coincidence?

    "Fire" is a 1968 song written by Arthur Brown, Vincent Crane, Mike Finesilver and Peter Ker. Performed by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, it was released as a single and on the band's debut album, also called The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. The single reached No. 1 in the United Kingdom in August 1968 and in Canada. In October, it reached No. 2 in the United States Billboard charts and No. 19 ("Hey Jude" by The Beatles was blocked by #1, only for a week.) in Australia. It also reached No. 3 in Germany, No. 4 in France, No. 6 in the Netherlands, No. 7 in Austria, No. 8 in Ireland and No. 18 in Finland. "Fire" sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.


    I'll take you to burn


    I'll take you to learn

    I'll see you burn!

    You fought hard and you saved and learned

    but all of it's going to burn

    And your mind

    Your tiny mind

    You know you've really been so blind

    Now's your time burn your mind

    You're falling far too far behind

    Oh no

    Oh no

    Oh no

    You gonna burn!


    To destroy all you've done


    To end all you've become

    I'll feel your burn!

    You've been living like a little girl

    In the middle of your little world

    And your mind

    Your tiny mind

    You know you've really been so blind

    Now's your time burn your mind

    You're falling far too far behind


    I'll take you to burn


    I'll take you to learn

    You gonna burn, burn, burn


    I'll take you to burn

  • Gold Trails and Ghost Towns S1 EP4 Rossl...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on February 3, 2020 at 10:12 AM
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    Gold Trails and Ghost Towns is a historical documentary show first produced for Canadian syndication, created and produced by television station CHBC-TV in Kelowna, British Columbia and hosted by Mike Roberts with historian storyteller Bill Barlee. The show was filmed in a studio which resembled an old trapper's cabin. Mike and Bill discussed history of the old West by prospectors around 1900 in British Columbia.

    4. Rossland - Known as "The Golden City", Rossland grew to be the fourth largest city in B.C. One mine alone produced over $600 million worth of gold in today’s terms.

    Rossland is a city in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. Tucked high in the Monashee Mountains, Rossland is at an elevation of 1023 metres (3356 feet). Its population is 3729, though it fluctuates from season to season. The population is at its peak during the winter. Rossland has been known as the 'Mountain Bike Capital of Canada' since 1993 when it was awarded this title[by whom?], with an extensive trail system radiating from the outskirts of the town. Also nearby is the multi-peak ski hill, Red Mountain Resort.

    The origin of the toponym Rossland comes from the name of a miner, Ross Thompson, who staked a claim in 1890. He had tried to call the city Thompson, but he was advised that there was already a town with that name.

    In 1897, as a result of a gold rush, Rossland for a time was one of Western Canada's largest cities. A number of historic buildings survive from this time.

    By 1907, Rossland was home to a local branch of the Western Federation of Miners.

    In 1929 Doukhobor firefighters were sent from Rossland to Gold Creek Basin in Washington State to fight a forest fire. Two of the men discovered a Lost Mine called the Lost Doukhobor Ledge.

    The Rossland Court House was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1980.

    John Kirkup

    Carbide lamps, or acetylene gas lamps, are simple lamps that produce and burn acetylene (C2H2) which is created by the reaction of calcium carbide (CaC2) with water (H2O).

    Acetylene gas lamps were used to illuminate buildings, as lighthouse beacons, and as headlights on motor-cars and bicycles. Portable acetylene gas lamps, worn on the hat or carried by hand, were widely used in mining in the early twentieth century. They are still employed by cavers, hunters, and cataphiles. Small carbide lamps called "carbide candles" or "smokers" are used for blackening rifle sights to reduce glare. They are used because of the sooty flame produced by acetylene.

    by Conspiracy Cafe on February 2, 2020 at 9:50 AM
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    Richard Widmark as Lieutenant Commander "Clint" Reed, M.D makes secrecy and the threat of panic his top priority. In the Coronavirus event creating panic seems to be a top priority. You probably have a better chance of choking to death on a pelican beak yet panic is the game. As President Roosevelt said, the only thing to fear is fear itself.

    Psalm 23 King James Version (KJV)

    23 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.

    2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.

    3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.

    4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.

    5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.

    6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

    Panic in the Streets is a 1950 film noir directed by Elia Kazan. It was shot exclusively on location in New Orleans, Louisiana, and features numerous New Orleans citizens in speaking and non-speaking roles.

    The film tells the story of Lieutenant Commander Clinton Reed, an officer of the U.S. Public Health Service (played by Richard Widmark) and a police captain (Paul Douglas) who have only a day or two in which to prevent an epidemic of pneumonic plague after Reed determines a waterfront homicide victim is an index case. Co-stars include Barbara Bel Geddes (as Reed's wife Nancy), Jack Palance (in his film debut) and Zero Mostel – the latter two play associates of the victim who had prompted the investigation. The film was also the debut of Tommy Rettig, who played the Reeds' son.

    The film was released on DVD by 20th Century Fox as part of the Fox Film Noir collection, along with Laura and Call Northside 777, on March 15, 2005.

    The score was composed by Alfred Newman.

    The film was originally named Port of Entry, subsequently Outbreak, and ultimately Panic in the Streets.


    After brawling over a card game in the wharf area of New Orleans, a man named Kochak (Lewis Charles), suffering visibly from a flu-like illness, is killed by gangster Blackie (Jack Palance) and his two flunkies, Kochak's cousin Poldi (Guy Thomajan) and a man named Fitch (Zero Mostel). They leave the body on the docks, and later when the dead man, who carries no identification, is brought to the morgue, the coroner grows suspicious about the bacteria present in his blood and calls Lieutenant Commander Clinton Reed (Richard Widmark), a doctor and commissioned corps officer of the U.S. Public Health Service. Reed is enjoying a rare day off with his wife Nancy (Barbara Bel Geddes) and their son Tommy (Tommy Rettig), but decides to inspect the body.

    After careful examination, he determines that Kochak had "pneumonic plague," the pulmonary version of bubonic plague. Reed springs into action, insisting that everyone who came into contact with the body be inoculated. He also orders that the dead man's identity be determined, as well as his comings and goings during the previous few days. Reed meets with people from the mayor's office, the police commissioner and other city officials, but they are skeptical of his claims. Eventually, however, his impassioned pleas convince them that they have forty-eight hours to save New Orleans from the plague. Reed must also convince police Captain Warren (Paul Douglas) and the others that the press must not be notified, because report of a plague would spread mass panic.

    Warren and his men begin to interview Slavic immigrants, as it has been determined that the body may be of Armenian, Czech or mixed blood. Burdened by the knowledge that the massive investigation has little chance of success, Reed accuses Warren of not taking the threat seriously enough. In turn, Warren admits that he thinks Reed is ambitious and trying to use the situation to further his career. Reed, angry, decides to take matters into his own hands and, acting on a hunch that the man may have entered the city's port illegally, goes to the National Maritime Union hiring hall and passes out copies of the dead man's picture. Although the workers tell Reed that seamen never talk, he goes to a café next door hoping that someone will meet him with a tip. Eventually a young woman shows up and takes Reed to see her friend Charlie (Wilson Bourg Jr.), who reluctantly admits that he worked aboard the ship, the Nile Queen, upon which the already ill man was smuggled.

    Meanwhile, Fitch, who was questioned by Warren but claimed to know nothing, goes to Blackie and warns him about the investigation. Blackie plans to get out of town, but begins to suspect that his sidekick Poldi received expensive smuggled goods from Kochak, explaining the police's intense investigation of the man's murder. Reed and Warren, who is now convinced of Reed's integrity, go to the Nile Queen and convince the crew to talk by telling them that they will die if the sick man was indeed on their ship. After carrying up a sick cook from the hold, the seamen then permit Reed and Warren to inoculate and question them, revealing in the process that Kochak boarded at Oran and was fond of shish kebob. With this lead, Reed and Warren canvas the city's Greek restaurants, and just after they leave one such establishment, Blackie arrives to meet Poldi, who is very ill. A short time later, Reed receives word that a woman, Rita (Aline Stevens), has died of the fever and realizes that she was the wife of the Greek restaurant proprietor John Mefaris (Alexis Minotis) who had earlier lied about having served Kochak.

    Reed returns to headquarters to discover that a reporter (Dan Riss) is threatening to break the story that a pathogenic bacteria is endangering the city. Reed is impressed when the deeply committed yet unorthodox Warren throws the reporter into jail to keep him quiet. Late in the evening, a beleaguered Reed returns home for a few hours of sleep, and his wife announces that she is pregnant. She then tries to restore her husband's flagging self-confidence. A few hours later, Reed and Warren learn that the mayor is angry about their treatment of the reporter. The reporter, who has been released, announces that the story will appear in the morning paper in four hours, giving Reed and Warren little time to find their man. Meanwhile, Blackie goes to Poldi's room and tries to force him to reveal information about some smuggled goods, but the dying Poldi is delirious and only rants nonsensically. Blackie then brings in his own doctor and tells Poldi's grandmother that they will take care of him. Just then, Reed, having been tipped off by the nurse looking after Poldi, arrives, and Blackie and Fitch, who are carrying Poldi down the stairs, pitch the man over the side and flee. Reed chases the two to the docks, where he tries to explain to them about the plague. The men run desperately through depots, docks and a warehouse, and at one point, Warren shoots and injures Blackie, preventing him from shooting Reed. Blackie accidentally shoots Fitch and then tries to struggle onto a ship but, exhausted, he is unable to pass a rat guard on the mooring line, and falls into the water. His work finally done, Reed heads for home, and on the way, Warren offers to give him some of the smuggled perfume that Poldi had indeed received from Kochak. As the radio announces the resolution of the crisis, a proud Nancy greets her husband.

    by George Freund on January 19, 2020 at 7:30 PM
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    Dark Blue World (Czech: Tmavomodrý svět) is a 2001 film by Czech director Jan Svěrák, the Academy Award-winning director of Kolya, about Czech pilots who fought for the British Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Second World War. The screenplay was written by Zdeněk Svěrák, the director's father. The film stars Czech actors Ondřej Vetchý, Kry?tof Hádek and Oldřich Kaiser. British actors include Tara Fitzgerald, Charles Dance and Anna Massey.


    In 1950, during the Cold War, František (Franta) Sláma (Ondřej Vetchý;) is incarcerated in Czechoslovakia, because of his prior service in the RAF. His recollections of the war begin in 1939, just days prior to the German invasion of Czechoslovakia. After the invasion, the Czechoslovakian military is disbanded and has to give up its aircraft. However, young pilots Franta and his friend Karel Vojtíšek (Kryštof Hádek), among others, refuse to submit to their occupiers and flee to the United Kingdom to join the RAF.

    The British make the Czechoslovaks retrain from the basics, which infuriates them, especially Karel, who is both impatient to fight the Germans and humiliated at being retaught what he already knows. Karel also sees the compulsory English language lessons as a pointless waste of his time.

    The RAF is in such a dire need of pilots during the Battle of Britain that eventually the Czech and Slovak airmen are allowed to fly, and after their first sortie, they realise why the British have trained them so intensely: a young Czechoslovak nicknamed "Tom Tom" is shot down by a Messerschmitt Bf 109. Franta becomes the unit commander, with the younger Karel under his charge.

    While shooting at a Heinkel He 111 bomber, the rear gunner hits Karel's Spitfire fighter aircraft. However, he manages to bail out and find his way to a farm. There he meets and falls in love with Susan (Tara Fitzgerald), although she thinks he is far too young. The next day, after returning to the aerodrome, Karel brings Franta to meet Susan. The latter begins to get on well with Susan, although Karel believes that he is still Susan's boyfriend.

    Following a mission to France where the squadron attacks a train, Karel is shot down, but Franta lands and rescues him, a move that shows that their friendship endures. Soon after, Karel learns a sort of love triangle has developed, with Susan being involved with Franta, which leads to a quarrel between the two friends.

    A few missions later, while escorting American bombers, Franta's Spitfire malfunctions and he is forced to ditch into the ocean. His life raft bursts as he tries to inflate it, so Karel decides to drop his own raft, but he flies too low and fatally crashes. The raft emerges from the water, allowing Franta to survive until he is rescued.

    Afterward, when the war is over, Franta drives to Susan's home, only to find her with her injured husband recently returned from fighting overseas. Knowing he has no future with Susan and wanting to preserve her honour, he pretends to have lost his way and asks directions to the next town.

    Disappointed by what has happened, Franta returns to Czechoslovakia and finds his old girlfriend has married the neighbourhood jobsworth, has given birth to a child, and has taken over Barča, his dog. All Franta can do is endure the situation as stoically as he can. Arrested and thrown in prison, he only has his memories of his friendship with Karel to sustain him.

    A brilliant film too. The Czech pilots went through the same hell. They cover the imprisonment too. I loved the dog Barča.

  • 2020: MEET THE PQTRIOTS on the Front Lin...
    by George Freund on January 2, 2020 at 1:14 PM
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    In 2020 we can expect more tyrannical, unconstitutional actions from the deep state criminals and from their willing accomplices in the Democrat Party. And right now there's no place where the Democrat's explicit tyranny and treachery is more blatant than in Virginia.

    The dastardly and fully corrupt Democrat Governor Ralph Northam has pledged to seize the guns in the state no matter how many millions of Patriots, and patriotic Sheriffs disavow him and his agenda.

    Out of 95 counties in Virginia, 90 have now declared that they are GUN SANCTUARIES and numerous Sheriffs in the state have publicly declared that they will NEVER enforce ANY unconstitutional gun "laws", yet the criminal Governor has suggested he might use the National Guard to enforce the tyranny of the Democrats if and when gun seizure bills are passed. Such actions could easily and quickly lead to violence, and potentially to civil war in the state.

    I have covered all of this in two recent videos, with the latest featuring a MUST HEAR detailed 20+ minutes on the subject from Steve Huff, President of Accuracy X, Inc.

  • The Invaders S2 EP21 The Peacemaker
    by Conspiracy Cafe on December 5, 2019 at 2:32 PM
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    In this episode we try to negotiate terms of surrender. I feel did already in 1954 with The Washington Merrygoround where UFO's buzzed The White House. We have been prisoners ever since and the 'aliens' the deep state as in deep in the Area 51 ground perhaps. Many commanders were killed in plane crashes too. Were they hoping to attack?


    CBS has cleansed the net of the show. It's too close for comfort as the true nature of the invasion is revealed.

    The Invaders is an American science fiction television program created by Larry Cohen that aired on ABC for two seasons, from January 10, 1967 to March 26, 1968. Dominic Frontiere, who had provided scores for Twelve O'Clock High and The Outer Limits, provided scores for The Invaders as well.

    The series was a Quinn Martin Production (Season One was produced in association with the ABC Television Network - or as it was listed in the end credits, "The American Broadcasting Company Television Network").

    Roy Thinnes stars as architect David Vincent, who accidentally learns of a secret alien invasion already underway and thereafter travels from place to place attempting to foil the aliens' plots and warn a skeptical populace of the danger. As the series progresses Vincent is able to convince a small number of people to help him fight the aliens.

    38 21 "The Peacemaker" Robert Day David W. Rintels February 6, 1968

    David Vincent and Colonel Harmon (Lin McCarthy) have captured an alien and brought him to Army HQ for questioning. The alien is put in a cell, but a bogus alien officer slips him a pill allowing him to vaporize. As the bogus officer tries to run he is shot and vaporizes as witnessed by the Top General Concannon (James Daly). The general, being convinced about the aliens' presence, asks Vincent to arrange a meeting with alien leaders. Scoville arrives on the scene to meet general Concannon, whom he knows and dislikes. General Concannon proposes to force the aliens to the negotiation table by suggesting that the military have a so-called 'doomsday device' which will be used to destroy Earth, unless aliens come to a peace agreement. The general is a two-faced bully and talks in his sleep, much to the disquiet of his wife Sarah Concannon (Phyllis Thaxter), whom the general occasionally (and shockingly) mistreats.

    The Alien leader (Alfred Ryder) agrees to a meeting, but he is suspicious and has David followed as he returns to a meeting with Col. Harmon at the general's house. The general, however, takes ill after eating some lobster and is confined to bed at home. General Concannon initially feels that he has been poisoned by the aliens and calls off the talks. Vincent returns to the alien leader and informs him that talks are off for now, but that he will try to restart them. The general then accuses Sarah of poisoning him. She confesses to this by saying that she wanted to prevent him from going to a meeting with the aliens after hearing of his plans as he was talking in his sleep.

    Col. Harmon has always been extremely loyal to General Concannon but now has doubts as to the general's sanity. The general has arranged a meeting with the aliens and military top-brass at a remote farm and has included Edgar Scoville on the guest list. The General forces Col. Harmon to accompany him on a B-52 bomb run exercise, but the general intends to bomb and kill everyone at the farm. Vincent learns the true meaning of events from Sarah Concannon and rushes to the farm realizing that the bomber is on its way. After an attempt to dissuade the general by radio, Vincent agrees with the aliens to have the bomber eliminated by an alien saucer. The meeting group splits up and everyone goes their separate ways.

  • My Father, the Artist
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 31, 2019 at 3:20 PM
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    Inquisitor host Chris Cella speaks with former LAPD Homicide Detective Steve Hodel. Years after retiring, Steve fell into the strangest murder investigation of his career.

    Elizabeth Short (July 29, 1924 – January 14 or 15, 1947), known posthumously as the "Black Dahlia", was an American woman who was found murdered in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Her case became highly publicized due to the graphic nature of the crime, which included her corpse having been mutilated and bisected at the waist.

    A native of Boston, Short spent her early life in Medford, Massachusetts and Florida before relocating to California, where her father lived. It is commonly held that Short was an aspiring actress, though she had no known acting credits or jobs during her time in Los Angeles. She would acquire the nickname of the Black Dahlia posthumously (after the owner of a drugstore in Long Beach, California told reporters that male customers had that name for her), as newspapers of the period often nicknamed particularly lurid crimes; the term may have originated from a film noir murder mystery, The Blue Dahlia, released in April 1946. After the discovery of her body on January 15, 1947, the Los Angeles Police Department began an extensive investigation that produced over 150 suspects, but yielded no arrests.

    Short's unsolved murder and the details surrounding it have had a lasting cultural intrigue, generating various theories and public speculation. Her life and death have been the basis of numerous books and films, and her murder is frequently cited as one of the most famous unsolved murders in American history, as well as one of the oldest unsolved cases in Los Angeles County. It has likewise been credited by historians as one of the first major crimes in post-World War II America to capture national attention.


  • The Borgias S3 EP3 Siblings
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 16, 2019 at 8:25 PM
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    The Borgias is a historical-fiction drama television series created by Neil Jordan; it debuted in 2011 and was canceled in 2013.

    The series is set around the turn of the 16th century and follows the Borgia family. It stars Jeremy Irons as Pope Alexander VI with François Arnaud as Cesare, Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia and David Oakes as Juan. Colm Feore also stars as Cardinal della Rovere.

    The series follows the rise of the Borgia family to the pinnacle of the Roman Catholic Church and their struggles to maintain their grip on power. The beginning of the first season depicts the election of Rodrigo Borgia to the papacy through simony and bribery, with the help of his sons, Cesare and Juan. Upon winning the election, Rodrigo Borgia becomes Pope Alexander VI, which then thrusts him and his family deep into the murky heart of politics in fifteenth-century Europe: from shifting loyalties within the College of Cardinals to the ambitions of the kings of Europe to the venomous rivalries between the noble families of Italy at the time.

    22 3 "Siblings" Jon Amiel Guy Burt April 28, 2013 0.569[24]

    As the purged Cardinals are dismissed and stripped of their titles and wealth Cardinal Versucci angrily sets the Vatican Treasury ablaze after stealing a large sum, which he gives to a small convent. Incensed by the new King Ferdinand's arrogant refusal to accept Giovanni as Lucrezia's child, Cesare travels to Naples to fix the problem and begins to consider an alliance with the old enemy France. After Lucrezia and Alfonso's wedding, Alfonso sees that Cesare isn't sure about his allegiance to the Borgia family. Upset, he leaves Lucrezia alone and the marriage unconsummated. Deciding that only a Borgia can truly love a Borgia, Lucrezia visits Cesare in his chambers and makes love to him, committing incest.

  • Bible Mysteries EP 2 Joshua And The Wall...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 6, 2019 at 4:45 PM
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    How research into the Battle of Jericho, which has become the basis of Jewish claims to land ownership in Israel and the Palestinian territories, has led to a new perspective. Release date: 15 February 2004

    Ugarit was an ancient port city in northern Syria, in the outskirts of modern Latakia, discovered by accident in 1928 together with the Ugaritic texts. Its ruins are often called Ras Shamra[1] after the headland where they lie.

    Ugarit had close connections to the Hittite Empire, sent tribute to Egypt at times, and maintained trade and diplomatic connections with Cyprus (then called Alashiya), documented in the archives recovered from the site and corroborated by Mycenaean and Cypriot pottery found there. The polity was at its height from c. 1450 BCE until its destruction in c. 1200 BCE; this destruction was possibly caused by the mysterious Sea Peoples. The kingdom would be one of the many destroyed during the Bronze Age Collapse.


    See also: Bronze Age collapse

    Destructions at Gibala-Tell Tweini

    Harbour town Gibala-Tell Tweini and the Sea People destruction layer.

    The last Bronze Age king of Ugarit, Ammurapi (circa 1215 to 1180 BCE), was a contemporary of the last known Hittite king, Suppiluliuma II. The exact dates of his reign are unknown. However, a letter by the king is preserved, in which Ammurapi stresses the seriousness of the crisis faced by many Near Eastern states due to attacks. Ammurapi pleads for assistance from the king of Alashiya, highlighting the desperate situation Ugarit faced:

    My father, behold, the enemy's ships came (here); my cities(?) were burned, and they did evil things in my country. Does not my father know that all my troops and chariots(?) are in the Land of Hatti, and all my ships are in the Land of Lukka? ... Thus, the country is abandoned to itself. May my father know it: the seven ships of the enemy that came here inflicted much damage upon us.

    Eshuwara, the senior governor of Cyprus, responded:

    As for the matter concerning those enemies: (it was) the people from your country (and) your own ships (who) did this! And (it was) the people from your country (who) committed these transgression(s)...I am writing to inform you and protect you. Be aware!

    The ruler of Carchemish sent troops to assist Ugarit, but Ugarit was sacked. A letter sent after Ugarit was destroyed said:

    When your messenger arrived, the army was humiliated and the city was sacked. Our food in the threshing floors was burnt and the vineyards were also destroyed. Our city is sacked. May you know it! May you know it!

    Chaos Monster and the Sun god

    The Legend of Keret, also known as the Epic of King Keret, is an ancient Ugaritic epic poem, dated to Late Bronze Age, circa 1500 – 1200 BC. It recounts the myth of King Keret of Hubur. It is one of the Ugarit texts.

    Story of Keret described in the tablets

    King Keret of Hubur (or Khuburu), despite being reputed to be a son of the great god El himself, was struck with many misfortunes. Although Keret had seven wives, they all either died in childbirth or of various diseases or deserted him, and Keret had no surviving children. While his mother had eight sons, Keret was the only one to survive and he had no family members to succeed him and saw his dynasty in ruin.

    The Sea Peoples are a purported seafaring confederation that attacked ancient Egypt and other regions of the East Mediterranean prior to and during the Late Bronze Age collapse (1200–900 BCE). Following the creation of the concept in the nineteenth century, it became one of the most famous chapters of Egyptian history, given its connection with, in the words of Wilhelm Max Müller: "the most important questions of ethnography and the primitive history of classic nations". Their origins undocumented, the various Sea Peoples have been proposed to have originated from places that include western Asia Minor, the Aegean, the Mediterranean islands and Southern Europe. Although the archaeological inscriptions do not include reference to a migration, the Sea Peoples are conjectured to have sailed around the eastern Mediterranean and invaded Anatolia, Syria, Phoenicia, Canaan, Cyprus and Egypt toward the end of the Bronze Age.


    Perhaps are Sea Peoples were the Atlantians or the hidden race spoken of my so many and El's son?

  • Charles Stanley - A Time for Courage
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 1, 2019 at 9:16 PM
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    Fear is a hindrance. It creates anxiety in your heart, divides your mind, drains your energy, and gets in the way of whatever you're doing in life. Learn how to conquer this damaging emotion and live with the confidence you can only find in God.



    These links are for the recent sermons this week. They are more detailed. 

    Comrade Trudeau on the anniversary of the establishment of the worker's paradise in China 70 years ago went whole hogg against gun owners. If you're feeling persecuted, give these a try. I'll say my piece of Power Hour Nation Thursday. 

    Why don't they ban murder? They have. Bans don't work.

    Why don't they ban dangerous assaults? They have. Bans don't work.

    If drugs are the root of the issue, why don't they ban them? They have. Bans don't work.

    So then we'll ban various sporting arms. Yes. But bans don't work. True, but we're liberals. We're insane by the definition of doing the same things and expecting different results.

    I still say we should wear little yellow felt guns. We're being treated like the Japanese or like the residential school children. It is a form of ethnic cleansing or just downright lynching.

    God Bless,


  • Google Can Enslave Humanity with a Digit...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 22, 2020 at 10:00 AM
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    How can Google Enslave Humanity on the 5G network with the use of Quantum Technology? What is the interconnection between Google, Alphabet, Deep Mind AI and Neuralink? How can humankind by controlled and programmed via bio-digital social programming by Google and Deep Mind AI Quantum technology?


    Episode 3, Google Can Enslave Humanity with a Digital AI Quantum Brain on 5G

  • Roxette - Joyride
    by George Freund on January 10, 2020 at 4:59 PM
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    Roxette were a Swedish pop rock and soft rock duo, consisting of Marie Fredriksson (vocals and keyboards) and Per Gessle (vocals and guitar). Formed in 1986, the duo became an international act in the late 1980s, when they released their breakthrough album Look Sharp! Their third album Joyride, which was released in 1991, became just as successful as its predecessor. Roxette went on to achieve nineteen UK Top 40 hits and several US Hot 100 hits, including four US number-ones with "The Look", "Listen to Your Heart", "It Must Have Been Love", featured on the soundtrack of Pretty Woman, and "Joyride". Their other hits include "Dressed for Success", "Dangerous", and "Fading Like a Flower".

    Gun-Marie Fredriksson (30 May 1958 – 9 December 2019) was a Swedish pop singer, songwriter, pianist and painter, who was best known internationally as the lead vocalist of pop rock duo Roxette, which she formed in 1986 with Per Gessle. The duo achieved international success in the late-1980s and early-1990s with their albums Look Sharp! (1988) and Joyride (1991), and had six top two hits on the Billboard Hot 100: "The Look", "Listen to Your Heart", "Dangerous", "It Must Have Been Love", "Joyride" and "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)".

    Per Håkan Gessle (born 12 January 1959) is a Swedish pop singer-songwriter, guitarist, and harmonicist. He is the lead singer of the Swedish pop group Gyllene Tider and formed Roxette with Marie Fredriksson, and serves as the chief songwriter in both bands. With Fredriksson's illness in 2002, he went back to recording solo albums, reformed Gyllene Tider in 2004 and became a successful artist in his native Sweden, selling multi-platinum albums.

    To Catch A Thief Grace Kelly and Cary Grant

    Getting there is half the fun.

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