Monthly Archives: March 2016

Newgrange Dog and Pony Show

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The well practised Magicians of Irish Archaeology have successfully drawn their audience’s attention away from the spectacular Round Towers of Ireland by turning the Newgrange monument into an eye-catching Dog and Pony Show that they breathlessly assert is “older than … Continue reading

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William Betham – Round Towers Resolved: Purpose

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The pivotal point of this penultimate posting on the Round Towers of Ireland is that in 1833 the mainstream established a harmonious Settled History belief system that reconciled the [previously warring] factions in the academic and ecclesiastical power bases within … Continue reading

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Pepe Escobar – The New Great Game

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My introduction to Pepe Escobar was through watching the RT.com program Cross Talk hosted by Peter Lavell. Pepe Escobar’s thoughtful and well informed commentaries are usually hurried affairs because he is working within the time constraints of a current affairs … Continue reading

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Theodore Bent and The Round Towers of Zimbabwe

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James Theodore Bent [1852-1897] was an English explorer and archaeologist who [amongst other things] made the first detailed examination of the “round towers” in the Great Zimbabwe. In 1889 he undertook excavations in the Bahrein Islands of the Persian Gulf, … Continue reading

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Michael Tellinger

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Michael Tellinger is [amongst other things] an author and activist who expounds an extraordinary extraterrestrial story. Michael Tellinger is a South African author, songwriter and politician. Tellinger released his first SA record in 1981, HAZEL, nominated for the SARIE award … Continue reading

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The Round Belfries of Ireland

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Edwin Richard Wyndham-Quin was an Irish Lord, a Conservative Member of Parliament for a Welsh constituency [Glamorganshire] and an archaeologist who [we are assured] helped to establish “a sound school of archaeology” in Ireland. Edwin Richard Wyndham-Quin, 3rd Earl of … Continue reading

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George Lennox Barrow and The Round Towers

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George Lennox Barrow was [amongst other things] a Colonial Administrator and, in later life, an Irish Historian. George Lennox Barrow [1921 Dublin -1989 Dublin] Marlborough College, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England British Solomon Islands Protectorate Defence Force during the Second World War … Continue reading

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Philip Callahan and The Round Towers

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Philip Callahan has always been a keen hiker and after World War II he decided to take the scenic route home from Japan by hiking across Asia and the Middle East. Therefore, it’s no surprise he is very familiar with … Continue reading

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Philip Callahan: Paramagnetism

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Philip Callahan is [amongst many other things] a famous entomologist. Prof Philip S. Callahan is the greatest scientist of the late twentieth century. …. He got his Ph.D. at Kansas State in entomology (study of insects). He wrote that his … Continue reading

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Andre Vltchek and Western Academia

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Once upon a time Natural Philosophy was an honest intellectual journey of discovery. Natural philosophy or the philosophy of nature (from Latin philosophia naturalis) was the philosophical study of nature and the physical universe that was dominant before the development … Continue reading

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Henry O’Brien and The Round Towers

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In 1833 the Anaemic Academics didn’t embrace Henry O’Brien’s hypothesis that the Round Towers of Ireland were constructed as phallic temples in the pre-Christian era because his observations [and evidence] contradicted their sanitised historical narrative that had been established by … Continue reading

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Henry O’Brien and The Round Tower Competition

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Henry O’Brien was [amongst other things] another classicist who wasn’t destined to become an Authorised Academic Oracle. Henry O’Brien (1808–1835) was an Irish classicist and author best known for his hypothesis concerning Irish round towers. Henry O’Brien was the son … Continue reading

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Principia Discordia

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Eris is the Greek goddess of chaos and [arguably] the goddess of Catastrophism. Eris is the Greek goddess of chaos, strife, and discord. Her name is the equivalent of Latin Discordia, which means “discord”. Eris’ Greek opposite is Harmonia, whose … Continue reading

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