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Tunguska Meteorite Created Devil's Cemetery in Russia's Siberia

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There is a meadow called “Devil’s Cemetery” not far from the village of Kova in the Krasnoyarsk region of Russia. The meadow is covered with remnants of birds and animals that for some reason do not decompose.


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Republican History Exposed

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For Flat Worlder Christians: Use Crocodile Dung to Avoid Pregnancy

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Men can commit insane acts for the sake of love, while women are able to do crazy things to avoid consequences. Humans have been taking great efforts for ages to design something that could help them enjoy sex and prevent pregnancy.


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Two Centuries On, a Cryptologist Cracks a Presidential Code

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Unlocking This Cipher Wasn't Self-Evident; Algorithms and Educated Guesses

By RACHEL EMMA SILVERMAN

For more than 200 years, buried deep within Thomas Jefferson's correspondence and papers, there lay a mysterious cipher -- a coded message that appears to have remained unsolved. Until now


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This Fourth of July is yours, not mine

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The Hypocrisy of American Slavery

By Frederick Douglass

In 1852, , invited to give speech in Rochester, Douglass delivered the following indictment of a a nation celebrating freedom and independence, while keeping slaves.


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A People's History Of The United States

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(The 20th Century)

By Howard Zinn


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People Power Pushed the New Deal

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Roosevelt didn’t come up with all those progressive programs on his own

by Sarah Anderson


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Hey Kids, Have Lots of Sex -- It's What Your Parents Did at Your Age

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By Jeff Schult

The media is freaking out about young people "hooking up." That's what we did in the '70s, and we turned out great!


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Art or Bust: The oldest sculpture ever discovered is a woman with big breasts

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Art or Bust : The Hohle Fels Venus.

By Morgan Meis

Move over horse head, water bird, and lion man. At 36,000 years old, a busty broad unearthed in a cave in Germany is now the oldest sculpture ever found. Indeed, Busty beats those other sculptures, also discovered in a Southern German cave and carved from mammoth bone, by around 5,000 years.


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Through Spanish eyes

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Nevine El-Aref admires some of the artefacts unearthed by Spanish archaeologists over 12 decades of excavations in Egypt


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A Basic History of Zionism and its Relation to Judaism

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Hanna Braun

Since biblical times Jewish communities lived in Arab lands, in Persia, India, East and North Africa and indeed in Palestine. With the destruction of the Temple and the final fall of their state in 70 AD many Jews were taken out of Judea and hence to Rome and the Diaspora. Many poorer Judeans, however (such as subsistence farmers), were able to stay in Palestine. (Some of them had converted to Christianity and were one of the earliest Christian groups.)


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Europe (and the US) heading for a New Dark Ages

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By Hans Vogel

Is Europe headed for a new Middle Ages? On the basis of some disquieting signs, I should say it is indeed. Politically, it seems to be in the midst of a process of further disintegration.


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An emperor's secrets

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The greatest builder in Christian antiquity was one of history's greatest politico-religious murderers, Jill Kamil discovers


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Gates of heaven

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Ancient Egyptian concepts of this world and the next are the focus of this spring's major exhibition at the Louvre in Paris, writes David Tresilian


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Giants in the Americas: Cavern Temple of Giants

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Death Valley, California

Is there proof that giants once lived and raised families in North America? Stories and newspaper accounts attest to amazing discoveries of huge elaborate caves and mines, gold spears and polished granite inscribed with mystical symbols. Witnesses have reported their discoveries to the Smithsonian Institute and have been promised compensation. Yet, the Smithsonian, archaeologists and other scientists are silent as to the discoveries and have hidden all evidence that is contrary to Darwinian theory of evolution.


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A happy ending with a pinch of Salt

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When an incumbent British consul-general helped himself to a vital piece of ancient Egyptian art, few could have guessed it would take almost 200 years for its worth to be fully appreciated. Jenny Jobbins visits the recreated tomb of Nebamun


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The Modern State of Israel: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened, Parts 1 & 2

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by Robert Singer

The following Glossary, abbreviations and essay will help the reader understand how Theodor Herzl on August 29, 1897 predicted that within fifty years there would be a Jewish state.


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Adolph Hitler: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened Parts 3 & 4

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by Robert Singer

The following Glossary, abbreviations and essay will help the reader understand how on an unemployed High School drop out becomes the Chancellor of Germany.


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Sailing like an Egyptian

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How did the ancient Egyptians import goods by sea or travel to the fabled Land of Punt in search of gold, ebony and leopard skins? Nevine El-Aref finds out


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'The Lolladoff plate' is a 12,000 year old stone dish found in Nepal

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Shortly after World War II the polish professor Lolladoff showed a strange stonedisk to the english scientist Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans. Lolladoff claims to have bought the disk in Mussorie (Northern India) and that it is supposed to be from a mysterious people called the "Dzopa" who had used it for religious rituals.


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Mummies found hidden in Saqqara

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Intact wooden and limestone sarcophagi housing dozens of mummies have been discovered inside the Sixth-Dynasty tomb of Sennedjem in the Saqqara necropolis, reports Nevine El-Aref


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How deceit won a beautiful woman

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Can a 1924 document charging German archaeologist Ludwig Borchardt with cheating to secure the Nefertiti bust for Germany guarantee its return to Egypt? Nevine El-Aref investigates


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Black history goes beyond slavery

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by Babu G. Ranganathan

I am not African-American. I am Indian-American. I was born in India but I lived most of my life here in the United States and I am a proud citizen of this great country.


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Guess What? The New Deal Worked!

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by Steven Conn

Since the economic crisis we're now in is being compared to the Great Depression, the solutions being offered are being routinely compared to the New Deal. Republicans in particular have been quick to pronounce the New Deal a failure as a way of justifying their opposition to the new stimulus package and any other federal response to our new Great Depression.


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Egypt's first history book

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The historical importance of the Palermo Stone has long been overshadowed by the famous Rosetta Stone, but Jill Kamil says it is now being reconsidered as a legitimate historical record of ancient Egypt


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Nostradamus was most famous Plague Doctor during Black Death years

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The costume of a butcher – the robe and the mask – is strongly associated with horror. The costume of the so-called Plague Doctor used to terrify people even more. A person dressed as the Plague Doctor was an unmistakable sign of imminent death.


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Expanding on the cult of Osiris

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Studying and restoring a part of Egypt's ancient history at Karnak Temples was the task of the Franco-Egyptian Research Centre of Karnak in 2008, Nevine El-Aref reports


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Symbolism, ideology and revolution

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By Gaither Stewart

(Rome) When Italian Communist leader Enrico Berlinguer (1922-1984) spoke from the platform adorned in red banners raised on Piazza San Giovanni in Rome, red flags bearing the hammer and sickle waved over the great cathedral square.


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Fiat Money in the Republic of Texas

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Thought this was interesting take on money from the Texas State Historical Association about fiat money:


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The Swedish sensei

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Japanese art is brought to Egyptians by a Swedish, Giovanna Montalbetti and photographer Sherif Sonbol are intrigued


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The Lesson of Pearl Harbor Day

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Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. writes that something like a whiff of Pearl Harbor is in the air today, "a prescience of an imminent awakening."


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Ghosts, aliens and us

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What Puritan witch-hunter Cotton Mather called the 'invisible world' is real to many Americans.

By David Klinghoffer


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Levi-Strauss at 100

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French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss, one of the world's most important thinkers, was born 100 years ago last Friday, and France has been celebrating, writes David Tresilian in Paris


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Raramuri of The Sierra Tarahumara

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Tarahumara Indians of the Sierra Madre are a separate nation, inside Mexico. They have never signed a Peace Treaty with Mexico. This region of the Sierra is theirs and this is why they call it the Sierra Tarahumara. Their world is approximately 500 miles by 300 miles, from sea level to over 8,000 feet. There are five canyons, each deeper and wider than the Grand Canyon in the USA. Thousands of smaller canyons weave through the Tarahumara nation making travel by car impossible, except for a few, very rough, dirt roads.


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Everything You Need To Know About Hitler's "Missing" Testicle (Bush Ate It?)

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And why we're so obsessed the Führer's sex life.

By Ron Rosenbaum

Somebody make it stop. This incessant fixation on Hitler's sexuality, on his alleged perversity. I think it's fair to say that the very apex of cultural stupidity in our era is the compulsive conjunction of Hitler and sex.


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Defending Byzantium

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Sometimes deprecated and often misunderstood, Byzantine civilisation is the subject of this winter's major exhibition at London's Royal Academy, writes David Tresilian


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Ancient Group Believed Departed Souls Lived in Stone Monuments

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Archaeologists in southeastern Turkey have discovered an Iron Age chiseled stone slab that provides the first written evidence in the region that people believed the soul was separate from the body.


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Invisible people

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Forty-five tribes have populated Egypt's deserts for millennia and yet their existence remains a mystery to the country's urban masses. The Characters of Egypt Festival aims to showcase their ways of life. Injy El-Kashef was there


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Ancient Words Our Leaders Should Heed

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By Robert Fisk

Let us now praise famous men. And after yet another U.S. presidential candidates’ debate of awesome sterility – not to mention their shameless refusal to tackle the real, bloody issues that confront America – I’m referring principally to one of the first journalists to understand war and, so far as he could, to check his sources: Thucydides.


Nothing Changes in da GOP Ignorant Crime Syndicate


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Of Woodrow Wilson and George W Bush

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The Wilsonian Moment: Self-Determination and the International Origins of Anticolonial Nationalism


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The ancient girl with the golden eye

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5,000 year old priestess found

The body of a strikingly tall 5,000-year-old woman with an artificial golden eye has been discovered in Iran.

Archaeologists said the woman was a female soothsayer or priestess and would have transfixed those around her with her eyeball, making them believe she had occult powers and could see into the future.


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Rest in peace, Seti

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A programme is in place to protect the sacred site of Abydos, as Nevine El-Aref finds out


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Secrets of the grave

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In 1922, among the shrines and chests piled in the treasury room of Tutankhamun's tomb, the bodies of two prematurely born babies were discovered inside an undecorated wooden chest, writes Nevine El-Aref


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NASA astronaut and moon-walker Dr Edgar Mitchell has stunningly claimed aliens exist.

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And he says extra-terrestrials have visited Earth on several occasions - but the alien contact has been repeatedly covered up by governments for six decades.


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Power behind the throne

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The queens of ancient Egypt are spending the summer in Monte Carlo. Nevine El-Aref joins them


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Tablet stirs resurrection debate

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An ancient tablet shows the idea of the resurrection of a messiah after three days was part of Jewish tradition before Jesus's birth, it is claimed


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Tunguska, Psychopathy and the Sixth Extinction

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Laura Knight-Jadczyk

One hundred years ago today, on the night of 30 June and 1 July, one of the most extraordinary events in modern history occurred.


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Tunguska explosion still unraveled 100 years after

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The mystery, which took place 100 years ago, on June 30, 1908, not far from the Tunguska River in Russia’s Siberia, still remains unraveled. Many compare the power of the Tunguska catastrophe with the nuclear explosion of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, although there were not so many casualties, since the meteorite or whatever it was fell down in the uninhabited area.


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Most complex crop circle ever discovered in British fields

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By Richard Savill

The most complex, "mind-boggling" crop circle ever to be seen in Britain has been discovered in a barley field in Wiltshire.


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Ancient Hindu temples had musical pillars

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Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the USA have discovered that some of the Hindu temples, dating back as far as the 7th century, had musical pillars.




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