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History, Iran and the Arabs

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While historical allusions to sectarian conflict affect perceptions, the complexity of history betrays easy comparisons between past and present, writes Mazin El-Naggar*


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Ancient Gnostic disciples of Jesus reveal reasons for Extraterrestrial Denial in Western society

History Anomalies

Why does “mainstream” science continue to deny the historical and on-going existence of Extraterrestrial contact with human beings on Earth? Why do science programs on Television, and in other mass-media fora like magazines, continue to maintain the apparent ‘fiction’ that humanity is still in search for intelligent life in the universe beyond Earth? With that in mind, as far as modern religion, why does institutionalized Christianity correspondingly support this denial of Extraterrestrial contact, as manifested in “UFOs”?


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Marilyn Monroe was killed by lover and friends?

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A mysterious death of the world’s most popular blonde beauty is still an exciting secret for people even 45 years after the tragedy occurred. If Marilyn Monroe was just a popular actress and nothing else the version saying her death was suicide could be considered verisimilar. But the fact that the actress was involved into the life of US’s political circles implies that her death could be a dirty intrigue.


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The Bushes and The Lost King

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Laura Knight-Jadczyk

The assassination of John F. Kennedy is a lot like the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Since that terrible day, almost 43 years ago, there have been over 2,000 books written about the JFK assassination. There have also been numerous television programs and several movies. There is endless theorizing and speculation as to why John F. Kennedy was executed by what amounts to a firing squad, in broad daylight, in the middle of Dallas Texas, on a sunny day in November. Additionally, there have been a lot of myths created and propagated seemingly to muddy the waters. The only thing that most of the proponents of various theories can agree on is that the FBI and the CIA did little to help the Warren Commission solve the crime. Well, that also sounds a lot like the official 9/11 Report. Both events were dealt with in the same way, by a "select group of bureaucrats with an agenda of lies".


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Portugal Discovers Australia

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By Michael Perry

Sydney - A 16th century maritime map in a Los Angeles library vault proves that Portuguese adventurers, not British or Dutch, were the first Europeans to discover Australia, says a new book which details the secret discovery of Australia.


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Reclaiming Jewish Traditions in Mexico

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Roberto Loiederman

Mexicali, Mexico - We were near the desert, somewhere past the Salton Sea, when Daniel (Dany) Mehlman, a 48-year-old Conservative rabbi, summed up the situation.


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Remember who built Jerusalem

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Archaeologists responsible for the antiquities portfolio of the Arab nations are taking steps in defence of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Nevine El-Aref reports on their third emergency meeting held in Cairo


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Reading Between the Lines

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Scientists with high-tech tools are deciphering lost writings of the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes

By Mary K. Miller


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Churchill's warnings about the 'Hebrew bloodsuckers'

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Unpublished article from 1937 suggests 'aloof' Jews to blame for antagonism towards them

By Paul Bignell

Winston Churchill suggested Jewish people were "partly responsible for the antagonism" that saw them branded "Hebrew bloodsuckers", according to an article made public for the first time today.


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In ancient Syria tears were like gold

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Syrians are fond of saying that all cities have a history except Damascus — because that is where history began. On a recent trip to Syria, Bette Browne discovered an intriguing country with ancient memories and architecture


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Navy Shot at UFO in 1896

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by Art Champoux

Picture this: you are standing on a small wooden bridge that leads from the shore to a wooden dock in the Piscataqua River in Portsmouth, NH. The year is 1896.


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ARCHAEOLOGISTS FIND RARE INSCRIBED STONE ON ISLE OF MAN

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A recent Time Team investigation at a medieval chapel or keeill site on the Isle of Man has unearthed a remarkable stone slab that may reveal some interesting insights into the history of the island.

By Richard Moss


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The Assyrian and Israelite Origin of the Northern Europeans and Americans

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Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

A series of discoveries, revolutionary interpretations and reconstructions of history are bringing us remarkable revelations and asking new questions while at the same time offering new perspectives on the plan for the unification of Europe.


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Bird last found in 1867 reappears, ornithologists overjoyed

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Mumbai, March. 7 (PTI): The large-billed reed-warbler has spent most of its existence in anonymity since its discovery in the country in 1867


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Eastern Porch of Darius' Palace Discovered in Bolaghi Gorge

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In continuation of their excavations in area number 34 of the historic site of Bolaghi Gorge where evidence of a palace denoted to Achaemenid Emperor Darius the Great (549-486 BC) had previously been discovered, Iranian and French archeologists succeeded in discovering the eastern porch of the palace.


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VILLAGE WALKING THROUGH THE AIR

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Daniela Giordano

Extraordinary sighting in the Gulf of the Sirte.

A fleet of motor fishing vessels from Mazara del Vallo (Trapani, Sicily, Italy), composed by a ten of floating, got ready to spend the nocturnal hours resting after a profitable fishing expedition.


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SHELL OIL FOUND A UFO IN OCEAN

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The following article was extracted from the Cambridge UFO Research Group in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. The caption above the article says, "True or False? Shell Oil Discovers a UFO."


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Iran's rich architecture and rare treasures threatened by possible Dumbo Bush's strikes

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· Many ancient remains are close to nuclear plants
· Archaeologists anxious to avoid repeat of Iraq chaos

Maev Kennedy


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Stonehenge secrets may lie by side of the road

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By Chris Hooper

AN archaeological expert has claimed that two innocuous-looking stones at the side of a road in Berwick St James could hold clues to the secrets of Stonehenge.


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Huge 'Ocean' Discovered Inside Earth

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By Ker Than

Scientists scanning the deep interior of Earth have found evidence of a vast water reservoir beneath eastern Asia that is at least the volume of the Arctic Ocean.


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Babylon Mystery : Nebucanezzar

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Humans came from Lyra and Pleiadees, lived on Mars and Malona, blew up the latter and moved to Earth.


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Ancient Egypt Meds: Prayer, Laxatives

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"Feeling irregular?" might have been a common question in ancient Egypt, since laxatives appear to have dominated their pharmaceuticals, suggests ongoing research on medicine in the time of the Pharaohs.

Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News


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Oldest solar observatory discovered in Peru

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Ancient structures date back to the fourth century B.C.

By Sara Goudarzi

The oldest solar observatory in the Americas has been discovered in coastal Peru, archaeologists announced today.


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Is Bigfoot Living In The Forest Above Marysville?

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John Iander - Reporting

MARYSVILLE, Calif. There's a big mystery in our backyard tonight. Is a Bigfoot living in the forest above Marysville? A local couple has found big prints in those woods and experts are saying it may not be a hoax.


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March 2nd - Texas Independence Day

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March 2nd - This is the day that Texas was forced under Military Rule and Occupation from an Illegal GOP War!


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History of aviation repeats history of evolution of birds

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The first birds are thought to have descended from the predatory dinosaurs. Many a paleontologists had supported the theory but with some reservations. At the beginning, scientists could not explain what had prompted dinosaurs to explore the third dimension. More importantly, scientists could not explain how dinosaurs had actually got off the ground.


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Remains found in cave hold ancient mystery

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Human remains found in a Southern Kentucky cave may wind up in the ultimate "Cold Case" file.

State police answered a call from southwestern Green County last month after two boys found remains from two bodies while exploring a cave concealed beneath an abandoned house.


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Medieval Muslims made stunning math breakthrough

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By Will Dunham

Magnificently sophisticated geometric patterns in medieval Islamic architecture indicate their designers achieved a mathematical breakthrough 500 years earlier than Western scholars, scientists said on Thursday.


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The Tomb Of Jesus Christ?

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A book and movie allege the final resting place of Mary, Joseph and the King of Kings has been found. Controversy to follow.

By Lisa Miller and Joanna Chen
Newsweek


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Buried treasure

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New finds have revealed more secrets of the Saqqara necropolis, reports Nevine El-Aref

The Saqqara necropolis has always drawn world attention, not only for the unique archaeological treasures on its surface but for the unexpected finds that come to light from time to time in the sand.


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The Mysterious Case of Columbus's Silver Ore

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What was thought to be the first evidence of successful prospecting for precious metals in the New World turns out to be something completely different. Silver-bearing ore found at the settlement founded by Christopher Columbus's second expedition was not mined in the Americas.


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American Leadership - and - War

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Which presidents and political parties were responsible for America's deadliest wars?


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Imperial History

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Who has controlled the Middle East over the course of world events?


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History - of - Religion

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How has the geography of religion evolved over the centuries?

See 5,000 years of religion in 90 seconds...


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Muslim prayer room found near holy site

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JERUSALEM - The site of an Israeli archaeological dig that has sparked angry Muslim reaction worldwide contains what could be a Muslim prayer room, an Israeli archaeologist said Sunday.


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Revealing Urla's underwater treasures

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The aim of the Liman Tepe excavations is to uncover the complete port complex and settlement hidden underwater, which has thus far uncovered a sunken ship that is now on display at the Underwater Archaeology Museum in Urla


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Secrets unearthed

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Recent discoveries in two different areas of Saqqara shed more light on the history of this great necropolis, reports Nevine El-Aref


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Fossils: myths, mystery and magic

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Fossils have fired the human imagination for thousands of years. To ancient civilisations they were objects of fear and wonder. Now, the legends these strange, beautiful relics inspired are celebrated in a major exhibition. Steve Connor digs up the facts - and the fiction


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A new Medieval view of Stonehenge

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For centuries we have known only two medieval depictions of Stonehenge. Now a third has been found, taking its place with Adam and Eve and other Christian stories in a history of the world. Christian Heck describes his discovery.


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'Heretic Pharaoh' era tomb in Egypt

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Dutch archaeologists have discovered a tomb in the Saqqara necropolis from the time of Egypt's monotheistic pharaoh Akhenaton some 3,300 years ago, the Supreme Council of Antiquities has said.


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Ancient coin shows Cleopatra was no beauty

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Antony and Cleopatra -- one of history's most romantic couples -- were not the great beauties that Hollywood would have us believe, according to British academics


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The strange history of Saint Valentine's Day

History Anomalies

At least three different Saint Valentines, all of them martyrs, are mentioned in the early martyrologies under date of 14 February.

One is described as a priest at Rome, another as bishop of Interamna (modern Terni), and these two seem both to have suffered in the second half of the third century and to have been buried on the Flaminian Way, but at different distances from the city.


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The yoga of Abraham Lincoln

History Anomalies

You may be thinking - is this about whether Lincoln had been gay, or had some unusual disease? No.

It's about the fact that Abraham Lincoln dubbed himself "a mystic," and behaved in a way that corresponds with the teachings of yoga and meditation. Lincoln shared many attitudes with millions today who embrace a spiritual way of life.


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Islands where marriage is an offer that no man can refuse

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RUKMINI CALLIMACHI ON ORANGO ISLAND, GUINEA-BISSAU

UNDER threat from increasing contact with the outside world, the world's only surviving culture in which men have no say in who they marry is proving surprisingly resilient.

In the Bijagos archipelago of 50 islands off the coast of Guinea-Bissau in west Africa, it is women, not men, who pick their partner. They make their proposal public by offering their groom-to-be a dish of fish, marinated in red palm oil.


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23: How weird Is That?

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The spooky numerical connection between Buddy Holly, Michael Jordan ... and me

Ian Daffern

I woke up today at 10:13. Ten plus 13 is 23. This article is being published on Feb. 3 -- the second month and third day of the year, or 2/3. Forty-eight years ago on this day, a plane crash killed three legends of rock and roll: Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper. Other culture heroes like William Shakespeare, Johnny Carson and River Phoenix each had their birth and death on the 23rd day of a month. Kurt Cobain died in the year 1994 (1 + 9 + 9 +4 = 23!). You see where this kind of thinking takes you?


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Recent finds near Stonehenge throw new light on those who built it

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Artifacts found at an ancient religious complex discovered near the town of Durrington Walls enabled researchers to answer a longstanding question about the lives and religious practices of the people who built Stonehenge, one of the largest Neolithic monuments.


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Roman descendants found in China?

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By Richard Spencer in Liqian, north-west China

Residents of a remote Chinese village are hoping that DNA tests will prove one of history's most unlikely legends — that they are descended from Roman legionaries lost in antiquity.


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Gilded youth

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A sandstone lintel painted with gilded solar child deities was unearthed yesterday at the Temple of Mut in Luxor, reports Nevine El-Aref


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Pollen Reveals Terracotta Army Origins

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Jennifer Viegas

China’s Terracotta Army has mystified scholars since the 8,099 clay warriors and horses were first discovered in Emperor Qin Shihuang’s mausoleum in 1974. The figures, meant to protect the emperor in the afterlife, were buried with him around 210-209 B.C.


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Cliff-hanger

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4.5-ton slab falls from cliff, damages ancient dwelling at Mesa Verde National Park

By Shannon Livick

Something looked different at the popular Square Tower House at Mesa Verde National Park when research archaeologist Julie Bell took visitors by the most photographed site at the park recently.




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