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Georgia Guidestones Get Strange ‘2014’ Update (video)

The mysterious Georgia Guidestones, which some see as an elite manifesto for neo-eugenics and population reduction – have received a strange 2014 update.

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Mysterious stone carvings in Jerusalem leave Israeli archaeologists baffled

Mysterious stone carvings made thousands of years ago and recently uncovered in an excavation underneath Jerusalem have archaeologists stumped. Israeli diggers who uncovered a complex of rooms carved into the bedrock in the oldest section of the city recently found the markings: Three “V” shapes cut next to each other into the limestone floor of one of the rooms, about 2 inches (5 centimeters) deep and 50 centimeters long. There were no finds to offer any clues pointing to the identity of who made them or what purpose they served. The archaeologists in charge of the dig know so little that they have been unable even to posit a theory about their nature, said Eli Shukron, one of the two directors of the dig. “The markings are very strange, and very intriguing. I’ve never seen anything like them,” Shukron said. The shapes were found in a dig known as the …

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Queen Elizabeth’s Magician and Alchemist – John Dee (video)

Born on July 13, 1527, in London, England, John Dee was an “English alchemist, astrologer, and mathematician who contributed greatly to the revival of interest in mathematics in England.” – Encyclopaedia Britannica “Dee was an exceptional student who entered Cambridge University when he was fifteen…Dee excelled at Cambridge and was named Underreader (junior faculty member) before taking his degree. After graduating he traveled to the Continent to continue his studies, achieving overnight fame in Paris at the age of twenty-three, when he delivered a series of lectures on the recently exhumed works of the Greek mathematician Euclid.” – Visions and Prophesies “After lecturing and studying on the European continent between 1547 and 1550, Dee returned to England in 1551 and was granted a pension by the government. Dee became astrologer to the queen, Mary Tudor, and shortly thereafter was imprisoned for being a magician but was released in 1555.” – …

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Tiny flying dragon from Indonesia (photo)

This is no Photoshop, but a tiny flying dragon from Indonesia. It was discovered laying eggs in a nest in the Lambusango Forest reserve and was immediately released after this photograph was taken. The species may be related to the species Draco Volans, and no word yet on whether this thing grows into a giant flying dragon that breathes fire or not, lol. – Tom Retterbush

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Blood Moon Tetrads and Triples of 2014-2015 (video)

In 2014, the first of 4 total lunar eclipses occurs on Passover (First Feast Day), April 15, 2014, followed by a solar eclipse on April 29, 2014, then the second total lunar eclipse occurs on the Feast of Succoth (Last Fall Feast Day), October 8, 2014, followed by another solar eclipse on October 23, 2014. In 2015, the Jewish religious year begins with the total solar eclipse March 20, 2015, then two weeks later the third total lunar eclipse occurs on Passover, April 4, 2015, and then the civil year beginning with the total solar eclipse on September 13, 2015 followed two weeks later by the fourth total blood red moon on the Feast of Succoth, September 28, 2015. Tetrads of four sequential lunar eclipses with no intervening partial lunar eclipses occurs 6 other times in this century, but this is the only time it occurs on the Jewish holy …

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NSA secretly funding code-breaking quantum computer

The NSA is funding quantum computer work that it hopes will allow it to break virtually any encryption used today, The Washington Post reports — though there’s no sign it’s managed to crack the puzzle better than any of the other companies or agencies working on the same thing. Leaks from Edward Snowden reveal a $79.7 million research program called “Penetrating Hard Targets,” including classified funding to research a quantum computer that could be used for cryptography. The Post says that much of the research is being done at the University of Maryland’s Laboratory for Physical Sciences, but not much more is revealed about the program, including how far quantum computing work has actually progressed. Quantum computing hinges, very broadly, on allowing individual bits (called qubits) to contain superimposed values of zero and one, vastly increasing computing power. Its implications for cryptography, medicine, and research have made it a major goal for public services and …

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US Government Orders 14 Million Doses of Potassium Iodide

Recently, top scientists have warned that another major earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, would require a total evacuation of the West Coast of North America. This comes as plumes of mysterious steam rise from the crippled nuclear reactor at the Fukushima nuclear site. Meanwhile, in the United States, the Department of Health and Human Services has recently placed an order for 14 million doses of potassium iodide. This compound is useful for more or less one thing and one thing alone: protecting the body from radiation poisoning in the event of severe nuclear accidents. This order is scheduled to be delivered before the beginning of February, 2014. The DHHS has, according to a solicitation posted on the website for Federal Business Opportunities website, requested, “potassium iodide tablet, 65mg, unit dose package of 20s; 700,000 packages (of 20s),” which amounts to a total of 14 million tablets. Last month 71 U.S. sailors who helped during the …

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GMOs: What Do the Stars Say Astrologically?

With all that’s going on regarding genetically modified organisms, especially food crops, this writer became intrigued while standing in line at a Whole Foods checkout counter by a magazine’s cover story “Inside Monsanto,” which appears on the Aug./Sept. 2013 issue of The Mountain Astrologer. Online access to the magazine iswww.mountainastrologer.com. Even though being somewhat esoterically inclined, the feature article by Eric Francis Coppolino was a little more than this writer expected. Coppolino, an astrologer, delved deeply into the history of both Monsanto and its founder, John Francis Queeny, in addition to supplying astrological charts for both, which were delineated, cross-referenced to Monsanto history, and from which prognostications also were offered. According to Coppolino’s exceptional eight-page article, Monsanto was founded November 29, 1901 in Jefferson City, Missouri. Queeny, who worked for a pharmaceutical company by day, invested $1,500 of his own money and borrowed $3,500 from another company. Monsanto found its way …

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Manichaeism

Manichaeism (/ˈmænɨkiːɪzəm/;[1] in Modern Persian آیین مانی Āyin e Māni; Chinese: 摩尼教; pinyin: Móní Jiào) was a major gnostic religion, originating in Sassanid-era Babylonia. Although most of the original writings of the founding prophet Mani(in Persian: مانی, Syriac: ܡܐܢܝ, Latin: Manichaeus or Manes) (c. 216–276 AD) have been lost, numerous translations and fragmentary texts have survived. Manichaeism taught an elaborate dualistic cosmology describing the struggle between a good, spiritual world of light, and an evil, material world of darkness. Through an ongoing process which takes place in human history, light is gradually removed from the world of matter and returned to the world of light from which it came. Its beliefs were based on local Mesopotamian gnostic and religious movements.[2] Manichaeism was quickly successful and spread far through the Aramaic-Syriac speaking regions.[3] It thrived between the third and seventh centuries, and at its height was one of the most widespread religions in the world. Manichaean churches and scriptures existed as far east as China and as far west as the Roman Empire.[4] It was briefly the main rival to Christianity in the competition to replace classical paganism. …

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Meet ATLAS! (video)

Say hello to ATLAS, one of the most advanced humanoid robots ever built!

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