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Literacy is not a handy knack. It is a moral condition. The ability to read attentively, reflectively, and judiciously is equally the ability to be attentive, reflective, and judicious. For the sake of just and sane living, literacy is not an optional adornment. It is a necessity. It is the necessity. It is not a variety or portion of education. It is education. It is the whole thing, the wholesome nourishment of the mind, by which it may grow strong enough to be the master of the will and not its slave, the judge of desire and not its procurer, the censor of sentiment and not its tool, and the inquisitor of belief, and not its flack. It is our only path to whatever wisdom we can have, which is our only path to whatever goodness we can know, which is our only path to whatever happiness we can enjoy.

First Amendment

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Elizaveta Denisovna Voronyanskaya (died September 1973) was an assistant of the Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and typist for the manuscript of his book The Gulag Archipelago (1973), a history of the Gulag forced-labour camps in the Soviet Union.

The manuscript had been smuggled out of the Soviet Union on microfilm and was ready for publication in New York and Paris, but Solzhenitsyn had wished for first publication within the Soviet Union. His plans were upset by the KGB, who tortured Voronyanskaya and uncovered the hiding place of the manuscript. Voronyanskaya was then found hanged in her apartment, allegedly as a result of suicide. Solzhenitsyn went ahead with publication, and a Russian-language edition of the book was published in Paris on 26 December 1973.

Solzhenitsyn was arrested on 12 February 1974 and deported to Germany. He lived in exile in the West until his return to Russia two decades later.

To do evil a human being must first of all believe that what he’s doing is good… Ideology – that is what gives devil doing its long-sought justification and gives the evildoer the necessary steadfastness and determination. That is the social theory which helps to make his acts seem good instead of bad in his own and others’ eyes, so that he won’t hear reproaches and curses but will receive praise and honors…

— Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

We so much take for granted our freedoms never understanding the price paid by so many to have freedoms. There are litanies of sick, demented dogs lying in wait to torture and murder for the thought crime. Guard your right to free speech well. It is the tempest and the storm to combat adversity. 

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  • The influence of sea power upon history,...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 1, 2020 at 9:42 AM
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    The Influence of Sea Power Upon History: 1660-1783 is a history of naval warfare published in 1890 by Alfred Thayer Mahan. It details the role of sea power during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and discussed the various factors needed to support and achieve sea power, with emphasis on having the largest and most powerful fleet. Scholars considered it the single most influential book in naval strategy. Its policies were quickly adopted by most major navies, ultimately leading to the World War I naval arms race. It is also cited as one of the contributing factors of the United States becoming a great power.


    Mahan formulated his concept of sea power while reading a history book in Lima, Peru.

    The book was published by Mahan while president of the US Naval War College, and was a culmination of his ideas regarding naval warfare.

    Mahan began the book with an examination of what factors led to a supremacy of the seas, especially how Great Britain was able to rise to its near dominance. He identified such features as geography, population, and government, and expanded the definition of sea power as comprising a strong navy and commercial fleet. Mahan also promoted the belief that any army would succumb to a strong naval blockade.

    The book then goes on to describe a series of European and American wars and how naval power was used in each.

    Impact on naval thought

    Timeliness contributed no small part to the widespread acceptance and resultant influence of Mahan's views. Although his history was relatively thin (he relied on secondary sources), the vigorous style and clear theory won widespread acceptance by navalists across the world. Sea power supported the new colonialism that Europe and Japan were imposing on Africa and Asia. Given the very rapid technological changes underway in propulsion (from coal to oil, from reciprocating engines to steam turbines), ordnance (with better fire directors, and new high explosives) and armor (hardened steel), the emergence of new craft such as destroyers and submarines, and the development of radio, Mahan's emphasis on the capital ship and the command of the sea came at an opportune moment.

    Mahan was initially introduced to the German navy by the strategist Ludwig Borckenhagen, in a series of influential papers. Subsequently, his name became a household word in the German navy, as Kaiser Wilhelm II ordered his officers to read Mahan, and Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz (1849–1930) used Mahan's reputation to build a powerful surface fleet. Mahan's ideas decisively shaped Japanese naval doctrine, especially in the fleet actions of World War II.

    Between 1890 and 1915, Mahan and British admiral Jacky Fisher faced the problem of how to dominate home waters and distant seas with naval forces not strong enough to do both. Mahan argued for a universal principle of concentration of powerful ships in home waters and minimized strength in distant seas, while Fisher reversed Mahan by utilizing technological change to propose submarines for defense of home waters and mobile battle cruisers for protection of distant imperial interests.

    The French at first adopted Mahan's theories. French naval doctrine in 1914 was dominated by Mahan's theory of sea power and therefore geared toward winning decisive battles and gaining mastery of the seas. But the course of World War I changed ideas about the place of the navy, as the refusal of the German fleet to engage in a decisive battle, the Dardanelles expedition of 1915, the development of submarine warfare, and the organization of convoys all showed the navy's new role in combined operations with the army.

    The navy's part in securing victory was not fully understood by French public opinion in 1918, but a synthesis of old and new ideas arose from the lessons of the war, especially by admiral Raoul Castex (1878–1968), from 1927 to 1935, who synthesized in his five-volume Théories Stratégiques the classical and materialist schools of naval theory. He reversed Mahan's theory that command of the sea precedes maritime communications and foresaw the enlarged roles of aircraft and submarines in naval warfare. Castex enlarged strategic theory to include nonmilitary factors (policy, geography, coalitions, public opinion, and constraints) and internal factors (economy of force, offense and defense, communications, operational plans, morale, and command) to conceive a general strategy to attain final victory.

    Mahan's strategic theories continue to be influential into the 21st century, especially in the newly emerging naval powers India and China.

    Although Mahan's influence on foreign powers has been widely recognized, only in recent decades have scholars called attention to his role as significant in the growth of American overseas possessions, the rise of the new American navy, and the adoption of the strategic principles upon which it operated.

    by Conspiracy Cafe on June 23, 2020 at 6:57 PM
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    Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards (1831-1892) was an English novelist, a journalist, a lady traveller and an Egyptologist. She published her first poem at the age of 7 and her first story at the age of 12. Amelia thereafter proceeded to publish a variety of poetry, stories and articles in a large number of magazines that included Chamber’s Journal, Household Words and All the Year Round. She also wrote for the newspapers, the Saturday Review and the Morning Post. Her first full-length novel was My Brother’s Wife (1855). Her early novels were well received, but it was Barbara’s History (1864), a novel of bigamy, that solidly established her reputation as a novelist. Her last novel, Lord Brackenbury (1880), emerged as a run-away success which went to 15 editions. She wrote a book in 1876 under the title of A Thousand Miles up the Nile. Enhanced with her own hand-drawn illustrations, the travelogue became an immediate bestseller.

  • Inside The Company CIA Diary
    by Conspiracy Cafe on June 15, 2020 at 2:43 PM
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    Philip Burnett Franklin Agee was a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) case officer and writer, best known as author of the 1975 book, 'Inside the Company: CIA Diary', detailing his experiences in the CIA. Agee joined the CIA in 1957, and over the following decade had postings in Washington, D.C., Ecuador, Uruguay and Mexico.


    by Conspiracy Cafe on June 9, 2020 at 8:06 AM
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    If there was a reason the intelligence agencies had to legitimize the assassination of President Kennedy, this was it. Surrendering the nuclear weapons to the UN would have been complete surrender to a total and complete ungodly force desirous of holding humanity in permanent bondage. 

    Chapter 4

    Satan’s Secret New World Order Weapon

    This chapter will examine the role of Freemasonry in the development of the U.S. for the purpose of leading the world into world democracy or the New World Order.

    America was chosen to lead the world into world democracy; the New World Order

    The Society's seal incorporated the Swastika, Star of David, Ankh, Aum and Ouroboros symbols

    Alice Bailey was a disciple of Russian Theosophist Madame Helen Blavatsky. She formed Lucifer Trust in 1920 which became Lucis Trust in 1922. The Lucis Trust Publishing Company and their many fronts and organizations worship an "Externalized Hierarchy" of "Ascended Masters". These Masters carry out the work of a Luciferian "master plan" for the establishment of a permanent "Age of Aquarius" ruled by one "Sanat Kumara", the "Lord of the World." Jesus Christ is considered by their disciples to be merely one of the Ascended Masters of the New Age religion. Lucis Trust is a powerful institution of New Age leadership. It possesses consultative status with the United Nations. It meets weekly with powerful business and national leaders throughout the world.

    In her book, Initiation, Human and Solar, Alice Bailey attests to the existence of a hidden group which controls the world system.

    "This Hierarchy of Brothers of Light still exists, and the work goes steadily on. They are all in physical existence, either in dense physical bodies, such as many of the Masters employ, or in etheric bodies, such as the more exalted helpers and the Lord of the World occupy... They exist upon this planet with us, controlling its destinies, guiding its affairs, and leading all its evolutions on to an ultimate perfection..." [Alice Bailey, Initiation, Human and Solar, p. 32].

    Like Alice Bailey, Joshua Jacob Seraphim (Frater N.O.X.) of the Ordo Antichristianus Illuminati ( teaches in his 2003 work entitled, Antiquity of the Illuminati, that there’s a silent society of Illuminates that act as the Invisible Government of the World. The Illuminati transcend worldly intelligence and shape and engineer the world system and civilizations. According to occultists, America was chosen to lead the world into world democracy or the New World Order.

    Four Kumaras

    5G/5D: An Illuminating Synchronicity Signalling the Time of Our Ascension

    Nothing happens by chance. The Universal mother tongue is that of synchronicity. As The Shift unfolds we'll be seeing countless mirrors as to the way forwards. And here we are, a wave of people beginning to shift into 5D right at the time a new, highly invasive, 5G technology is being rolled out. Which one is truly SMART indeed! I can feel it deep in my bones that this is an illuminating signal for evolving people. This seems to mark a full-on assault to our ecosystems by an unseen consciousness. Together with abrupt climate change, environmental degradation and the Pole Shift, it's all converging. The invitation is to begin Ascension into 5D.

    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 31, 2020 at 6:36 PM
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    Even today these images from the chapter 'Was it Real?' have been cleansed from existence. You see classic war propaganda photos for mass consumption to program your mind for war. The joys of a camera on the screen is we recorded them at the time. The press photos weren't included in the book. We may have to capture them for posteriety as another facet of the restoration.

    This site photographed the book. We see 'Was it Real?' on page 113.



    This is part of the motion-picture which we took while the Germans were bombarding the town.]




    Some things never change.

  • Profiles In Courage
    by George Freund on May 30, 2020 at 7:00 PM
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    John F. Kennedy had long been interested in the topic of political courage, beginning with his senior thesis at Harvard. The thesis, later published as Why England Slept, was a study of the failure of British political leaders in the 1930s to oppose popular resistance to rearming, leaving the country ill-prepared for World War II.

    Kennedy’s election to the House in 1946 and the Senate in 1952 gave him personal experience in dealing with the conflicting pressures that legislators face.

    When Kennedy took a leave of absence from the Senate in 1954 to recover from back surgery, it gave him the opportunity to study the topic of political courage. The project resulted in the publication of Profiles in Courage, which focuses on the careers of eight Senators whom Kennedy felt had shown great courage under enormous pressure from their parties and their constituents.

    His own battles with physical pain and his experiences in World War II as a PT boat commander also gave him inspiration. Profiles in Courage, which Kennedy dedicated to his wife Jacqueline Kennedy, received the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 1957.


  • Army Medical Department Handbook Of Basi...
    by George Freund on May 30, 2020 at 6:47 PM
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    TM 8-230 Technical Manual Army Medical Department Handbook Of Basic Nursing 1970-11 "This manual is for use in training medical corps-men, MOS 91A10; medical specialists, MOS 91B20; and clinical specialists, MOS 91C20, in the nursing aspects of medical care and treatment. It also serves as a ready reference for use by other Army Medical Department units and activities." Digitized by Google Books


  • Weather As A Force Multiplier: Owning Th...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 18, 2020 at 2:49 PM
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    by USAF Air University, Air Command and Staff College

    Weather Control as a Cold War Weapon

    On November 13, 1946 pilot Curtis Talbot, working for the General Electric Research Laboratory, climbed to an altitude of 14,000 feet about 30 miles east of Schenectady, New York. Talbot, along with scientist Dr. Vincent J. Schaefer, released three pounds of dry ice (frozen carbon dioxide) into the clouds. As they turned south, Dr. Schaefer noted, “I looked toward the rear and was thrilled to see long streamers of snow falling from the base of the cloud through which we had just passed. I shouted to Curt to swing around, and as we did so we passed through a mass of glistening snow crystals! Needless to say, we were quite excited.” They had created the world’s first human-made snowstorm.

    After the experiments of G.E.’s Research Laboratory, there was a feeling that humanity might finally be able to control one of the greatest variables of life on earth. And, as Cold War tensions heightened, weather control was seen by the United States as a potential weapon that could be even more devastating than nuclear warfare.

    In August of 1953 the United States formed the President’s Advisory Committee on Weather Control. Its stated purpose was to determine the effectiveness of weather modification procedures and the extent to which the government should engage in such activities. Methods that were envisioned by both American and Soviet scientists—and openly discussed in the media during the mid-1950s— included using colored pigments on the polar ice caps to melt them and unleash devastating floods, releasing large quantities of dust into the stratosphere creating precipitation on demand, and even building a dam fitted with thousands of nuclear powered pumps across the Bering Straits. This dam, envisioned by a Russian engineer named Arkady Borisovich Markin would redirect the waters of the Pacific Ocean, which would theoretically raise temperatures in cities like New York and London. Markin’s stated purpose was to “relieve the severe cold of the northern hemisphere” but American scientists worried about such weather control as a means to cause flooding.


  • Zbigniew Brzezinski - Between Two Ages
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 9, 2020 at 9:30 PM
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    Various things have been said and written about this long out of print book by Zbigniew Brzezinski, the well known academic, co-Founder of the Trilateral Commission, and former National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter. The extremely candid nature of the book?s prose, the statements it makes throughout, and the fact that it has been out of print since 1982 ? despite the popularity of the author ? have led to internet conspiracies galore. A simple internet search will reward an interested reader further on the aforementioned, which usually revolves around the promise that the book yields insights into shadowy-elite philosophizing for a dystopic future world order.


  • The revolt by Begin, Menachem, 1913-1992...
    by George Freund on April 4, 2020 at 6:13 PM
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    The Revolt (also published as Revolt, The Revolt: Inside Story of the Irgun and The Revolt: the Dramatic Inside Story of the Irgun) is a book about the militant Zionist organization Irgun Zvai Leumi, by one of its principal leaders, Menachem Begin. In Israel, the organization is commonly called Etzel, based on its Hebrew acronym.

    The book traces the development of the Irgun from its early days in the 1930s, through its years of violent struggle in the Palestine Mandate against both British rule (the "revolt" of the title) and Arab opposition, to the outbreak of the Israeli War of Independence in 1948. The book is also part autobiographical, tracing Begin's own political development.

    First published in English in 1951 by W. H. Allen in the UK and Henry Schuman in the US, the book has gone through many editions and reprints, with the latest edition published in 2002.

    The political scientist John Bowyer Bell who studied both the Irgun and the Irish Republican Army recalled that many of the IRA men whom he interviewed in the 1960s had read The Revolt and admired it as a manual of guerrilla warfare.[1] It was also studied by African National Congress Nelson Mandela after he went underground in 1960, and credited it as being among the books he used a guide in planning the ANC's guerrilla campaign against the apartheid government of South Africa.

  • Scenarios for the Future ofTechnology an...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on March 19, 2020 at 1:44 PM
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    The years 2010 to 2020 were dubbed the “doom decade” for good reason: the 2012 Olympic bombing, which killed 13,000, was followed closely by an earthquake in Indonesia killing 40,000, a tsunami that almost wiped out Nicaragua, and the onset of the West China Famine, caused by a once-in-a-millennium drought linked to climate change. If you think this is bad then don't look at page 18 that speaks about a pandemic. They're planning a top down government control scenario of authoritarian leadership. There will be several months with NO commerce. Are you prepared? You are warned. Heed it wisely.

  • Arthur C. Clarke Childhood's End 1953
    by George Freund on March 13, 2020 at 4:18 PM
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    Arthur C. Clarke Childhood's End 1953 AD has it all; it has obviously been very influential as it includes giant alien spacecraft being stationed over Earthly cities (as in the new War of the Worlds, District 9, the new V series, etc.), it contains ancient alien astronauts themes, it contains mystic-mythological-theology as the ancient aliens had been confused with being gods, demons, etc. and takes us on a journey long into the future. Note that due to the manner whereby the system reads number, part 10 is after part 1, etc. since it is reading 10 as being the next number after 1. You can listen to it on the site or download MP3.


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