Sardis 6: Acropolis

The mainstream storyline suggests the inhabitants of Byzantine Sardis were really very “foolish”.
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Sardis 5: Caesar’s Ghost

Why did Shakespeare select Sardis for Caesar’s Ghost first appearance?
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Sardis 4: Byzantine Bricks

One of the delights of ancient history is finding the Arabian Horizon in the official narratives.
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Green by Name – Green by Nature

Malaga Bay is always proud to salute scientific genius.
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Sardis 3: Temple of Cybele

Has the whimsical artistry of Renaissance sculptors shaped amcient history?
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Sardis 2: Coin Chronology

Roman Chronology is cracked wide open when the Late Roman Emperors are put in their place.
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Sardis 1: Identity Crisis

The Sardis site reveals [amongst other things] the Cult of the Emperor is just another academic abomination.
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A Sense of Perspective

Can a lack of perspective turn mere mortals into monsters?
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Peter Duesberg: Inventing the AIDS virus

The history of modern malevolent medicine most definitely rhymes.
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Brian Halliday: Propaganda Hypnosis and The Media

One of the more confusing aspects of the latest episode in the long running series of Virus Scare Stories has been the mainstream media messaging.
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August 2021

Time to blow away the cobwebs…
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Amazing Polly: I’m So Over Coronavirus

Amazing Polly explains why she is So Over Coronavirus.
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Matthew Ehret: What Flatten The Curve Really Means

Matthew Ehret provides important historical insights into the Great Reset.
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Injecting Ukraine

Like many other countries the ethics of the Injecting Ukraine narrative appears to suddenly change …
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Cassandra Calling

A long standing concern regarding mRNA injections has been ADE.
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The Battle for Bali and Beyond

The Battle for Bali and Beyond has a rapidly rising death toll.
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Vladimir Zelenko – HCQ Hero

Vladimir Zelenko has challenged the Medical Mafia’s message that There Is No Alternative to …
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Injecting Israel

The COVID-19 vaccines are raising spectres from the past.
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James Howard Kunstler: Big Fail

James Howard Kunstler has an enlightening conversation with David Martin about Tony The Needle [and associated topics].
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Some Animals

Katie Hopkins returns with some shocking news.
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Greg Hunter WNW 489 7.23.21

If Gregg Hunter is a bellwether for Middle America …
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What is the Real Cost?

Catherine Austin Fitts and Dolores Cahill talk about the Real Cost.
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You call THAT a pandemic

Australia has lost it sense of humour and the Melbourne Penal Colony [formerly known as the State of Victoria] has completely lost it’s marbles.
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Finistere Catastrophes Chronology

The Finistere Catastrophes Chronology provides some interesting insights that the mainstream masks.
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Mosquito Net Fishing for Beginners

Catch some surreal surprises by reading Mosquito Net Fishing for Beginners.
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Hot Fairy Dust

Discover where the fast-burn Hot Fairy Dust bodies are buried…
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Mother Nature’s Greatest Enemy

Dominic Frisby reveals Mother Nature’s Greatest Enemy…
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Fairy Dust Science

Get in the Groove following Fairy Dust Science back to the Swinging Sixties.
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Martin Armstrong: Government Ponzi Schemes

Humanity began with simply forming a bond between two people.

Then they had children, and for thousands of years, until the 1930s and dawn of socialism, the children took care of their parents in old age.
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Fairy Dust Challenge

Can you pass the Fairy Dust Challenge by assessing two simple scientific scenarios correctly?
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Ravenna Roots

Although the Arab Dynasties chronology looks sensible this doesn’t automatically guarantee the associated narratives are sensible or truthful.
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Halfway Horizon

Serendipity introduces a mainstream chronolgy that looks sensible.
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Anjar Alignments

Sandstone suggests some changes to the Nabataeans of Petra narrative.
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Sol Invictus Oz

Earth Scientists believe Deep Time is the Great Eroder even though the observational data demonstrates the Earth Scientists need to re-calibrate their clocks.
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Gnamma Holes and Night Wells

A 1912 paper about Desert-Water in Western Australia highlights some of the progress made by modern Earth Science.
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