Archive for December 2013

December solstice

From: Graham Hancock

Happy December solstice, the shortest day in the northern hemisphere, the longest day in the southern hemisphere. Like the two equinoxes (21/22 March and 21/22 September) and the June solstice (21/22 June), the December solstice was universally revered by the ancients who created majestic monuments to marry heaven and earth, as above, so below, on this special day. This photograph was taken down the long axis of the Temple of Karnak in upper Egypt on the December Solstice a few years ago and proves that a key function of this stunning work of sacred architecture was, indeed, to marry heaven and earth at this numinous cosmic moment. The temple’s axis runs dead straight for almost a kilometre on a bearing 26 degrees south of east to place the rising sun dead-centre over the gateway at the far end of the axis on the December solstice and only on the December solstice. Photograph by Santha Faiia.

Thank you, Graham. May we all once more begin to understand why these key events were revered by the ancients.


Major computer security firm RSA took $10 mln from NSA to weaken encryption

Those in the IT security space have long known of American security back doors into the encryption algorithms used by the industry, so it is interesting to see this being exposed in the public domain.

Some interesting fallout from the Snowden revelations is that American companies are beginning to report their overseas business is suffering as a result of the revelations about the practices of the NSA – CISCO, IBM, Boeing to name a few. Perhaps this if nothing else will see change in how the NSA and their friends operate.

‘CIA-created Frankenstein’: US turns blind eye on terrorist?

I doubt that any of us with any awareness of how the game is played are unaware that the United States operates with double standards; however, it is very easy to take all the noise about Al Qaeda as being real. So it is good to remind ourselves of the reality of things with the occasional, undeniable example of these double standards.

Jan 2011 – A former CIA operative, who’s wanted in Venezuela and Cuba for terrorist attacks throughout Latin America, has gone on trial in the U.S. But that’s not why Luis Posada Carriles is in court. Instead, he’s being charged with lying to immigration officers. RT’s Jihan Hafiz looks at why the U.S. is turning a blind eye to an alleged terrorist.

JFK at 50 The Who, the How and the Why

Jim Fetzer has brought a uniquely detailed and analytical approach to several of the major events of deceit in the United States, including the JFK assassination, 9/11 and Sandy hook. This 2013 review of the JFK assassination brings threads together in the way that only Jim seems willing or able to do.

Jim is a former Marine Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired five national conferences on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on “Coast to Coast AM”.

Whilst there were many groups who wanted to see JFK dead and had a hand in his assassination, Jim’s conclusion is that LBJ was at the heart of it all.

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