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United States: Black Patriots To Defend Confederate Statues

We used to have this thing called honor in the United States. Nowadays, we have the current generation of niggahs jumping through hoops for the communist liberals and the Jews funding them. Remember how the libtards turned on gay white males? When the machine is done with the dumb niggahs, it’s going to spit them out the same way.


From the article on CBS DFW: Predominantly Black Dallas Group Forms To Protect Confederate Monuments

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The debate about Confederate statues in Dallas intensified on Monday as a group made up of predominantly African Americans called for the monuments to remain standing.

Several cities across America have now begun to remove or talk about removing Confederate markers shortly after a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville turned deadly.

Former city council member Sandra Crenshaw thinks removing the statues won’t help.

“I’m not intimidated by Robert E. Lee’s statue. I’m not intimidated by it. It doesn’t scare me,” said Crenshaw. “We don’t want America to think that all African Americans are supportive of this.”

Crenshaw, along with some Buffalo Solider historians and Sons of Confederate Veterans are coming together to help protect the Confederate markers from toppling over in Dallas.

They feel the monuments, like the Freedman’s Cemetery, tell an important story and help heal racial wounds.

“Some people think that by taking a statue down, that’s going to erase racism,” said Crenshaw. “Misguided.”

City council member Philip Kingston disagrees.

“What we don’t do is leave up a monument that celebrates the very idea that some of us are not equal to the others,” said Kingston.

He has now proposed a resolution that states the monuments should not be on public land and wants to create a task force to help decide the future of the statues.

“These monuments distort history, they don’t teach history,” said Kingtson.

Crenshaw said the protests and efforts to remove the monuments take away from real change and progression.

“I’m very, very saddened by those people, particularly the African Americans, who are leading this agenda. There is a democratic process,” said Crenshaw.

Michael Tellinger: Sound Resonance And The Nature Of Reality

This is a must watch!


YT description: How can sound travel faster than the speed of light? How can our thoughts and words manifest reality? What do we really know about science, physics, our Earth and the universe around us? Can we truly be the creators of our own beautiful future? Why don’t they teach us this basic stuff at school?

Michael Tellinger’s full presentation recorded in Sedona, Arizona, USA in May 2017 takes you on a rollercoaster journey of rediscovery of lost knowledge, only to realize that everything we have been taught is a lie. Michael shares new information on the origins of humankind, the vanished civilisations of southern Africa, ancient advanced technology, stone circles and other megalithic sites, and a deeper exploration of sound, resonance, frequency, magnetism and toroidal fields – the manifestation of matter from the vacuum or the morpho-genetic field and the strange anomalies we discover on this journey. Be prepared to keep an open mind and break down the walls of our personal dogmas. Share it as widely as you can.

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Michael Tellinger: The Nature Of Our Reality – (2017) 5 stars

Run time: 2 hours, 49 minutes. Notes:

11:00 – Tellinger states that most megalithic and ancient structures are found in the Northern Hemisphere or clustered around the equator.

25:35 – Dravidian gold miners from India were present in South Africa, circa 1000 BCE.

35:20 – This is worth noting, because I’ve done research on many of these ancient cultures. The South African had links to the following civilizations: Sumerian, Egyptian, Roman, Phoenician, Malta, Hindus (Dravidian), Dogon and pre-Inca people.

36:20 – A sinkhole opened up in Carletonville, South Africa. Under the ground, a large, paved tunnel was discovered. The claim is that a statue of possibly the pre-Inca deity Viracocha was found in the tunnel.

38:00 – In ancient Egypt, Birds mounted on pedestals were thought to guard the gold mines. Similar birds were found in Zimbabwe.

1:09:55 – The Hindu creation story shows how it is possible for the inventors of the Bible to have created the idea that god created the world through speech or sound. There is plenty of evidence that the Bible’s fables came from early Babylon and India.

1:12:20 – Regarding the Cymatics experiments; is this why The Powers That Be are in such a hurry to implement 5G wireless technologies into their GWEN towers and other smart phone networks?

1:14:09 – The Hans Jenny experiments remind me of Electric Universe Theory, where plasma discharges also form planetary topographical features.

2:36:00 – The Earth is at the center of the universe, from our perspective and according to mainstream MIT scientist Max Tegmark. That sounds great from a metaphysical view, but I see as being too subjective for science.

2:39:45 – Sumerian tables show a Bill of Exchance from 2046 BCE.

Here is a list of the various topics presented that I hope to study in the future:

Hans Jenny – Cymatics experiments

Eric Larson – Cymascope

Ken Holland

David Deak – Acoustic Levitation

Sonoluminescence – star in a jar

Sonics extinguishing fire

Sonics creating volcanoes

Luc Montagnier – creating DNA through water

Ed Leedskalnin – using cone tools to move granite at Coral Castle

Eric Rankin – sonics in geometry

Paramagnetism / Diamagnetism

Quantum locking

Viktor Grebennikov – flying platform made from insect wings

Paul Greyvensteyn – Energy grid around Earth

Borobudur, Indonesia pyramid

Michelson – Morley Experiment, 1887 – Existence of aether

Max Tegmark – The Principle documentary

Transpicuous Views: 08/07/17 – Ancient Stones, AI, Final Script

Great points brought up, including some by guest speaker Earl. This conversation goes all over the place, from megalithic structures to AI taking over the construct to the creation of new languages.


YT description: Journeying deeper down the rabbit hole, yet again, and asking really wild “What if” questions about this reality we are in.  Are some of the massive stone monuments actually part of the original construct?  Are some of the famous stone monuments nothing more that distractions to keep us from looking for the real ones? …

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SHTF: 2001 – Lessons Learned From Argentina’s Economic Collapse

This is read by a robo-voice, but the lessons learned are important enough to give it a listen. Also, you can follow along with the transcript on Silver Bear Cafe.


YT description: This is the story from a survivor of the Argentinian Economic collapse. This is a Real Life SHTF scenario to learn from.

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Ancient Egypt: Niggahs On Crack, Refuting We Wuz Kangz Theory

Sorry, niggahs, you lose this time. It was a nice fantasy while it lasted, and for a while, I was really pulling for it to be true. By the way, the only thing modern suburban niggahs can build is Worldstar Hip Hop.



YT description: No, the pyramids were not built by Africans: they couldn’t even invent the wheel. Why is this even a topic of discussion anymore?

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The Bible Versus Babylon: Part 4 – Odds And Ends

Odds And Ends

This final entry of the series contains assorted information collected from the fragmented tablets discovered by George Smith, as explained in the introductory post. Some of these minor details you might find worth taking a look at, or not, but at the same time, I might be writing a related work of fiction in the future which may incorporate this information. Thus, I’d rather have the items available to me now instead of having to compile the data all over again later.

In the ancient antiquity of Babylon, there is mention of three great cities that surpassed all the rest. These cities were Erech, Eridu and Nipur. The patron gods of these cities were, respectively, Anu, Hea and Bel. Below is an expanded hierarchy of the twelve major or primary Babylonian gods:

City – God – Main Title

Babylon – Merodach (also Marduk) – prince of gods, lord of birth

Cutha – Nergal – giant king of war

Erech (Biblical Uruk) – Anu – king of angels and spirits

Eridu – Hea – god of fate, wisdom and knowledge

Larsa, Sippara – Shamash – director, judge of heaven and earth

Muru – Vul – lord of canals and atmosphere

Nipur – Bel – father of all gods

Nipur – Belat – wife of Bel, mother of all gods

Nipur – Ninip – warrior of the gods, destroyer of the wicked

Ur – Sin – lord of crowns and brightness

widespread – Nusku – holder of the golden scepter, the lofty god

widespread – Ishtar – eldest of heaven and earth, raising the faces of warriors

After these 12 gods came the bulk of the pantheon. It is here that the many lesser gods came into play. Below the pantheon we have the Igege, or the angels of heaven, and the Anunnaki, the angels of earth. Below that level came the various categories of spirits or genii: the Sedu, the Vadukku, the Ekimu and the Gallu, and others, some of which were evil and some good.

About the god Anu: He is identified as the ruler of god and heaven. Anu represents the entire universe when it was primordial and an abyss of profound waters. When these waters were split, the upper region or heaven was called Anu, and the lower region or earth was called Anatu. Anatu is seen as the female principle or wife of Anu and in many ways is a contrast to Anu. Whereas Anu represents height and heaven, Anatu represents depth and earth. Anatu is also seen as a female fish god.

One of Anu’s children is the air god Vul, who is also known as Pur, Ramman, Rimmon, Uban or Ben. Vul is the god of the atmosphere, or the space between heaven and earth. He is the god of rain, storms, whirlwinds, thunder, lightning and floods. In Syria and Arabai, Vul was known as Daddi. In Armenia, he was called Teiseba.

Another of Anu’s children is Bil-kan. This parallels the Biblical Tubal Cain of Genesis 4:22, and also the classical god Vulcan. Bil-kan is the god of fire, witchcraft and spells, and smelter of metals. Note what the Bible has to say about the early descendants of Cain:

And Ada brought forth Jabel; who was the father of such as dwell in tents, and of herdsmen. And his brother’s name was Jubal; he was the father of them that play upon the harp and the organs. Sella also brought forth Tubalcain, who was a hammerer and artificer in every work of brass and iron. – (Genesis 4:20-22, Douay-Rheims Version)

In the first two sentences above, replace the word ‘father’ with the word ‘god,’ and you have Jabel as the god of herdsmen and Jubal as the god of music. (The word Jubilee means big party, by the way, and correlates well with Jubal, god of music.) Following this train of thought, Tubal Cain then becomes the god of the forge, much like Bil-kan was seen as the smelter of metals. This is more in line with all of the ancient civilizations that worshipped a pantheon of gods, where each god displayed specific attributes. In addition, it would be seen as logical that the early Hebrews would have a god of herdsmen. These Hebrews lived in tribes as nomadic shepherds all through the Old Testament and even at the time of the birth of Jesus, where it was a shepherd that saw the ‘star’ over Bethlehem. This idea of gods, or at least demigods, having specific charges or attributes is prevalent even in today’s world, as exemplified in the worship of saints by the Catholic Church.

It is very apparent from my research into ancient Canaan that the Hebrews worshipped a pantheon of gods, whether they want to admit it or not in the present day. This went on up until 500 or 400 BCE, when the male dominated priesthood ‘converted’ to monolatrism, the worship of one god among a bunch, and later, to monotheism, the belief that there is only one god. In the future, I’ll post more on how the early Jews erased the goddess Asherah, the wife and consort of Baal / El, from modern history.

A daughter of Anu was Istar, which evolved into Ishtar. This is the pagan goddess that was worshipped at the spring equinox. The Bible marks and still celebrates this time of year as Easter, when Jesus is said to have been crucified and to rise from the dead three days later. The inventors of the Bible didn’t strain too hard, did they, when they changed Istar to Easter. Istar is also seen as the planet Venus.

Hea was the god of the sea and of the underworld, or Hades. In some places, Hea is identified with Chronos, or Saturn, and in other instances he is more in line with Poseidon, or Neptune. Hea was the god of fishermen and sailors. His wife was Dav-Kina; in Damascius she was called Davke. She is the goddess of the lower regions.

The son of Hea and Dav-Kina is Merodach, or Maruduk or Marduk. Later, this god evolved into Bel. After the city of Babylon was made the capital of the Babylonian empire, Merodach was raised to the head of the pantheon as the chief god. According to the tablets, this would be because Izdubar / Nimrod, the great warrior who united the various cities, came from Babylon, and Merodach was the local deity. I’ll adjust the evolutionary path of the planet Saturn here, as seen in the various mythologies:

Saturn = Merodach = Bel = El = Yahweh = Jahve = Jehovah

Merodach was also identified with the planet Jupiter. When Merodach evolved into Bel and was seen as the father of all gods, he took on further attributes of Chronos. Bel was later seen as the father of all gods, and thus became associated with Saturn and what the Greeks called the Golden Age of Man.

There is a fragmented and curious tale of the god Merodach, going about the world and seeking to remove all of the curses and spells he came across. Merodach went to his father Hea and asked how he could combat the influence of evil spirits. This strikes me to be very similar to the esoteric and Masonic account of Solomon, who petitioned God to tell him the names and powers of all the demons on Earth, so Solomon could defeat them and imprison them all in jars.

Another interesting tidbit is that the Babylonian sun god was known as Shamash or Shamas. The sun god kept his name in later Mesopotamian religions and also in Canaan. Usually the names of the gods change with each subsequent culture, while their attributes stay the same. I am surprised that Shamash was found in numerous cultures.

Here’s another anomaly. In the Babylonian fragments there is a legend of the serpent having committed a great sin. Shamash decreed that the punishment was for the serpent to be eaten by the eagle. The eagle declined to eat the serpent. Later, some unknown person or god set a trap and caught the eagle, and the eagle was made to starve until it finally agreed to eat the serpent. This reminds me of the legend of Aztlan, where the ancient people of Mexico were said to be searching through the countryside for an eagle on a clump of cactus. When these people came to Lake Texcoco, they saw the eagle perched on a clump of cactus, and in its beak was a snake. This became the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan. A rendition of this myth can be seen today on the flag of Mexico. There is too much similarity in the word Aztlan and the word Atlantis, in my opinion, and I think it’s too much of a coincidence that both the ancient Babylonians and the ancient Mexicans had similar legends of an eagle eating a serpent.

More oddities with names:

Cain, also Gina or Kinu, means to stand upright

Enoch, also Emuk, Enuk, means to be wise

Noah, Nuh, means rest and satisfaction

Cainan, or Kan-nan, was a town in Babylonia. The name means fish canal, and the residents were called Kanunai or Canaanites. Immigrants may have carried their geographical name over to their new home in the Biblical land of Canaan.

Gan-dunnu, or Gan-eden is linked with the Garden of Eden.

According to author Smith, the rise of the kingdom of Ur (2,000 to 1,850 BCE) coincides with the dates given for the life of Abraham, who is stated to come from Ur of the Chaldees (Genesis 11:31).

Moses stole his birth story!

Sargina, or Sargon I, was a king of Babylon who reigned over Akkad at about 1600 BCE. The name stands for right, true or legitimate king, and may have been assumed upon Sargon’s ascension to the throne. In order to legitimize his claim on the throne, Sargon thought to connect himself with the old line of kings. Sargon’s claimed origins are as follows, and were found on fragments of tablets from Kouyunjik:

Sargina the powerful king, the king of Akkad am I

My mother was a princess, my father I did not know, a brother of my father ruled over the country.

In the city of Azupiranu which by the side of the river Euphrates is situated

My mother the princess conceived me; in difficulty she brought me forth

She placed me in an ark of rushes, with bitumen my exit she sealed up,

She launched me on the river which did not drown me

The river carried me, to Akki the water carrier it brought me

Akki the water carrier in tenderness of bowels lifted me;

Akki the water carrier as his child brought me up

Akki the water carrier as his husbandman placed me,

And in my husbandry Ishtar prospered me.

45? years the kingdom I have ruled

The people of the dark races I governed

Compare to the account of the infant Moses:

And when she could hide him (Moses) no longer, she took a basket made of bulrushes, and daubed it with slime and pitch; and put the little babe therein, and laid him in the sedges by the river’s brink. – (Exodus 2:3, Douay-Rheims Version)

According to Berosus, 86 kings ruled for 34,080 years, or about 400 years each, between the great Flood and the Median or Elamite conquest. Author George Smith gives a more reasonable estimate of 1,000 years, or about 11 years reign for each king. This would place the Flood to have taken place at about 3500 BCE. This timeline may not be exact, but it is a lot better than what modern Biblical scholars and their apologists have been giving us. As we have seen, the first book of the Bible is chock full of Babylonian mythology.

Another side-note is that many of the ancient religions, such as the Aztecs, the Hopi, and the Indians, believed or still believe in cycles of time of between 5,000 and 6,000 years. Putting the Biblical Flood at 3,500 BCE gives us a date of about 5,500 years ago, which fits into this concept perfectly. This is when the age of darkness and decline and materialism began. Further, the last age ended on December 21st, 2012. We are now entering into an age of spiritual awakening and enlightenment, from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius.

The Bible is not 100% fiction, but neither is it 100% truth. Since the modern clergy doesn’t think it worthwhile to tell us the truth, it’s up to people like you and me to go out and find it. The three largest and most influential religions on this planet are Christianity, Judaism and Islam, and they’re more about controlling their congregations and followers than anything else. Like the verse says:

Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. – (John 8:32, New International Version)

The Bible Versus Babylon: Part 3 – The Tower And The Flood

The Flood And The Tower

Birs Nimrud, possible site for the Tower of Babel.

There are two accounts of the Great Flood, or the Deluge, found in the tablet fragments discovered by archeologist George Smith. Here is the first story:

In the Babylonia History of Kings, the Deluge occurred during the time of King Xisuthrus. The god Chronos (who is a personification of the planet Saturn) appeared to this king. In a vision, Chronos warned the king about an impending flood whereupon mankind would be destroyed. Chronos told Xisuthrus to write down a history of the beginning, the middle and the conclusion of all things, and to bury this historical record at the city of the Sun at Sippara. Further, Xisuthrus was told to build a vessel and to take into it his friends and relations, food, and all the different animals, birds and quadrupeds included, and to entrust himself fearlessly for the upcoming catastrophe. Similar to the Biblical account, Xisurthrus sends birds out three times during the flood. The third time the birds did not return to him. This is when the king judged that the surface of the earth had appeared above the waters. The vessel became stranded on the side of a mountain, upon which Xisurthrus, his wife, daughter, and the navigator exited. They constructed an altar and offered sacrifices to the gods, and all of them then suddenly disappeared, purportedly due to divine intervention.

The people remaining in the vessel came out and could not find Xisurthrus. They did hear his voice telling them to search out the buried knowledge at Sippara, in order for the entire world to know what had taken place. When these survivors returned to Babylon, they built cities and erected temples, and the great city emerged once again. It is believed that Xisurthrus’ ark still exists in what is modern day Armenia. The inhabitants were using its wood as good luck charms to fashion amulets and bracelets for themselves.

The second story of the Deluge: In this version, Hea, the god of fate and wisdom, is shown to speak to Hasisadra. Hasisadra goes on to repeat this story to Izdubar. (Author George Smith’s interpretation is that Hasisadra is the Biblical Noah and that Izdubar is the Biblical Nimrod.) The god goes on to say, in Smith’s translation:

“Surippakite, son of Ubaratutu. Make a ship. Cause to go into this ship the seed of life, all of it to the midst the ship. The ship which thou shalt make shall be 600 cubits the measure of its length and 60 cubits its breadth and its height. Into the deep launch it.”

Hasisadra / Surippakite replied: “Hea, my lord. The ship making which thou commandest me, when I shall have made, young and old will deride me.”

Hea opened his mouth and said: “Thou shalt say unto them… (some fragmented segments here) …he has turned from me and… fixed over me… like caves… above and below… closed the ship… the flood which I well send to you, into it enter and the door of the ship turn. Into the midst of it thy grain, thy furniture, and thy goods, thy wealth, thy woman servants, thy female slaves, and the young men, the beasts of the field, the animals of the field all, and I will gather (them) and I will send to thee, and they shall be enclosed in thy door.”

Following Hea’s command, Hasisadra ‘collected wine like the waters of a river, and food like the dust of the earth also he collected in boxes. He put into the ark all he possessed of gold, silver and the seed of life, the male and female servants, the beasts and animals of the field, the sons of the people all of them.’

The sun god Shamash said: “I will cause it to rain heavily, enter the ship and shut thy door.”

Several gods were involved in causing rain, thunder and lightning. Evil spirits carried destruction and swept the earth. The flood reached up to heaven. The entire earth was turned to a waste. The situation was so dire that the gods feared this flood would reach even them, and they ascended to the heaven of Anu.

The goddess Ishtar spoke: “All (people) to corruption are turned and then I in the presence of the gods prophesied evil. To evil were devoted all my people. The people like the young of fishes filled the sea.”

The gods wept with her, were in lamentation, and covered their lips for the coming evil. Six days and nights the wind, deluge and storm overwhelmed the Earth. On the 7th day was calmed the storm and deluge.

Hasisadra said: “The whole of mankind turned to corruption, like the reeds the corpses floated. I opened the window and light broke over my face, it passed. I sat down and wept, over my face flowed my tears. I perceived the shore at the boundary of the sea, for 12 measures the land rose.”

In this version, Hasisadra sent forth a dove, a swallow and a raven. The first two birds returned, but the third did not.

Upon opening the ark, Hasisadra said: “I sent the animals forth to the four winds. I poured out a libation, I built an altar on the peak of the mountain, by seven herbs I cut, at the bottom of them I placed reeds, pines and simgar. The gods collected at its savor, the gods like flies over the sacrifice gathered.”

I’d like to point out that in the Babylonian version, Hasisadra (Noah) and Izdubar (Nimrod) knew each other. In the Bible, Nimrod gets mentioned in only a few verses, as follows:

And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord. And the beginnings of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar. (Genesis 10:8-10)

1st Chronicles also mentions Nimrod, trivially, in two verses. 1:10 and 5:6. What I’ve always found curious is that if Nimrod was such a mighty hunter, why did the Bible organizers give him so little attention? Bible Thumpers will say that Nimrod was evil and haughty before Saturn, oops, I meant Yahweh, but from the little there is to base that assumption on, I can’t see how Nimrod’s description is negative. How can pastors create an entire sermon over these very few short, vague verses?

That he was mighty before the Lord doesn’t sound all that bad. You could say that David was mighty before the Lord, or Samson / Hercules, or any other widely accepted Bible hero. It doesn’t say that Nimrod was mighty against the Lord, does it? By reading up on Babylon’s version, we find that Izdubar is also described as a mighty hunter. He was said to have destroyed the Bull of the goddess Ishtar, as well as to have battled lions. Izdubar was also a king and later deified as a god. I can’t find a basis for all this animosity that Christians and ancient Hebrews have for Nimrod, other than Nimrod was the god of a rival city-state. Haters!

Second possible site.

Unfortunately, the story of the Tower of Babel is much of a letdown. At the time Smith wrote his book The Chaldean Account Of Genesis in 1876, his findings were too fragmented to make a complete story. Smith’s belief is that the Tower of Babel was probably located at the Birs Nimrud site, or at the Babil Mound where the Temple of Bel once stood. Here is what Smith was able to piece together:

The first inhabitants of the earth, glorifying in their own strength and size, and despising the gods, decided to raise a tower whose top should reach the sky. This tower was built where Babylon now stands. When the tower approached the heavens, the winds helped the gods to knock it over, and its ruins were said to still be found at Babylon. The gods then introduced a diversity of tongues among men, as before they all spoke in the same language. As a result, a war is said to have begun between the gods Chronos and Titan.

Historian Alexander Polyhistor’s version is pretty much a match:

That when all men formerly spoke the same language some among them undertook to erect a large and lofty tower, that they might climb up into heaven. But God sending forth a whirlwind confounded their design, and gave to each tribe a particular language of its own, which is the reason that the name of that city is Babylon. After the deluge lived Titan and Prometheus, when Titan undertook a war against Chronus.

Again, it’s not much to go with, but the important part is that the story of the Tower of Babel and the Confusion of Tongues vastly predates the Roman organizing of the Bible. I’ve got one more post to compose, but it’s made up of mostly odds and ends that I found relevant and insightful.