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  1. Re: Torture, and the Elongated Skulls of 1585 AD

    No, you are correct, it doesn't work quite like that. The true enlarged skull people, and there were hundreds found to date, have a much thicker skull than the average modern human. Just by...
  2. Re: The NEPHILIM: Earliest report of Alien Abductions?

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    Interesting associations.
    Interesting that you mention Genesis. In the first sentence we see:
    In the beginning (et) God created the Heavens (et) and the earth (et), and
    this et,...
  3. Re: The NEPHILIM: Earliest report of Alien Abductions?

    Thank you for your kind comment. Although Sitchin worked in the later Akkadian language, we both seem to have investigated the "traditional" translations - that seem to be quite different than what...
  4. The NEPHILIM: Earliest report of Alien Abductions?

    I'm a historian and translator. I currently work with proto-Hebrew, proto-Sumerian, classical Sumerian, Anglo-Saxon, Mayan, and other ancient languages. I'm familiar with Ugaritic and Hurrian...
  5. Torture, and the Elongated Skulls of 1585 AD

    Something that I have found to be mainly overlooked by most historians and researchers, is that the elongated skull phenomenon is not something that popped up when Ancient Aliens TV shows became...
  6. WE Are The Cattle; but Who are the Herders?

    In order to explain what I believe to be the identification of these nearly “invisible” ones in control of humanity today, I thought I would provide what my research shows me, and the historical...
  7. Re: We're Lost: But is it in the Labyrinth or the Maze?

    The masses seem to always go for the sizzle, over the steak. Thanks for your insightful comment.
  8. Re: We're Lost: But is it in the Labyrinth or the Maze?

    Well Said, thank you.
  9. We're Lost: But is it in the Labyrinth or the Maze?

    Today I thought I would post about the word "amazement" as it relates to our words maze and labyrinth.

    Two semantic lines intersect in the etymology of “amazement”: on the one hand, a reference to...
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    Re: The lindisfarne Genocide Conspiracy

    For Brigantia:

    Excellent! Thanks for helping in this discussion and providing such good insights.

    One of the clues to the change in History as far as what was recorded, was the mention
    by...
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    Re: The lindisfarne Genocide Conspiracy

    Thanks for bringing me down to earth. You are correct, and I do understand. I use my posts to get a handle on how people feel about a topic, or which parts of it strike a chord, or do not. It's my...
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    Watching from Cypress:
    Thanks for your comment. Just a question if I may.
    This part: Time to hunt down Lucifer aka Marduk and the reptile Pindar. They run this show here on Earth.
    I can sort of...
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    Re: The lindisfarne Genocide Conspiracy

    I'm surprised ..... no, almost astonished. I publish evidence that Alcuin, who was certainly one of the more famous personages of the early middle ages in England was, while working at the court of...
  14. Re: Armageddon: Who will be allowed on the New Jerusalem?

    I lean more on the side of works, rather than relying solely on grace, but that's just my version.
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    If you’re planning on visiting the U.K. I could probably suggest more landmark places than Chorley. Although they do make some lovely Chorley cakes which are great if you like to overdose on raisins,...
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    Re: Geomagnetic Reversals and Ice Ages

    I just wanted to reply to sort of bump this thread up again. This is extremely important, correct, and life changing information here. The Native Americans who live above the Arctic Circle told me...
  17. Re: Armageddon: Who will be allowed on the New Jerusalem?

    Congratulations, but I have to plead ignorance. I had no idea that the tri-Deltas were connected with any specific religion? I thought they were into philanthropy and supporting women? Or do you...
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    Are there any openings available in the one in Chorley? Trying to plan my vacation here.
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    Why The Vikings Killed The Nuns - Lindisfarne Is.

    AKA – the actual first time that the Pope was called the Anti-Christ.

    On the 5th of June in the year 793 AD, the Vikings attacked the Celtic-Christian Church, center for safe-deposit boxes and...
  20. Re: Armageddon: Who will be allowed on the New Jerusalem?

    I laughed when you said fake noodles. The coke I believe. Ha ha. Thanks for the comment.

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    It is my understanding....and I could be wrong, that if you ask for...
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