That being said, Halpin notes there are many sites in Ireland which begin with the word Bal/Baal/Bel (such as the Baltray standing stones, or Beltany Tops stone circle) which have sunrise and sunset alignments, and names to suggest they were sites or
Herb Kelleher, the larger-than-life Southwest Airlines impresario who taught the world that air travel did not have to be the exclusive plaything of the rich, died yesterday at 87.
Rather than using the market pricing system, Soviet officials mirrored their Chinese counterparts and combed through the iconic but now defunct catalog to learn about prices for consumer goods. Despite the intensive study and analysis of the cost for
After conducting a biomedical analysis of Hitler's teeth, long-kept hidden by Russian scientists, researchers say that they believe that Hitler died in his bunker in 1945. That, of course, has been the most widely accepted version of the Fuhrer's
American politicians have figured out that they can promise peace and never deliver. The American people have wanted out of Afghanistan for a very long time. Will President Trump deliver?
Why the copyright terms on a goldmine of works from 1923 are about to expire.
Santa is a no-show? S&P 500, Dow, Nasdaq all plunge ahead of holiday market closure
What wasn't taught in school,... rediscovered. With almost 800,000 Subscribers. But he's starting to venture into areas that will get him banned by They/Them/Those issues.
By starting two world wars they created a problem. This in turn created a reaction from the population, who wanted a solution to the wars. So the Illuminati created a solution to the problem they themselves created by founding the United Nations; o
Who gets to write the history textbooks? Where do the history teachers learn about history? What documents are allowed into the historical record, and what documents are excluded?
Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on the re-naming of his subscriber-based newsletter to Parallel Society, providing a more outward focus and his hope for the future. Paul discusses his latest issue: Using the World While Not Abusing It
Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War, joins us for an in-depth discussion about the real origins of WWI. In this wide-ranging discussion, Docherty reveals the machinations of the Se
The British government soon recognized that control of the economy was not enough; the war at home meant control of information itself. At the outbreak of war, they set up the War Propaganda Bureau at Wellington House. The bureau's initial purpose
In one of the most provocative and misunderstood studies of the year, scientists in the U.S. and Switzerland have made an astonishing discovery: All humans alive today are the offspring of a common father and mother – an Adam and Eve – who walked
By the middle of the 11th century in the town of Coventry, England, the local townspeople had spent years under the oppressive regime of their ruler, Leofric of Mercia.
of sand dunes where this massive wall was destroyed by a huge influx of water" measuring an incredible 75 meters (245 ft) thick. The team also claim, "Laboratory analysis' of material recovered from Spain showed evidence of a type of cement not
Two thousand, three hundred years ago, Alexander The Great was surveying his battlefield and drinking water from silver urns. He knew nothing about bacteria, but he knew that silver containers have a seemingly miraculous way of keeping water fresh.
Why in WW1 did soldiers both British and German run straight to enemy held positions and get mowed down in their thousands? Wouldn't it have been more sensible to wait in the trenches for the other side to attack?
"It doesn't matter if one man fights or ten thousand; if the one man sees he has no option but to fight, then he will fight, whether he has others on his side or not." Hans Fallada, Every Man Dies Alone