Among the many strange and suspicious statues, fountains, facades and structures that occupy Vatican City, the Pope’s Audience Hall stands out for its uncanny resemblance to a snake. Completed in 1971, the peculiar structure sits only partly within the actual boundary of the City/State, and the whole building, inside and out is unmistakably reptilian. It’s officially named the Paul VI Audience Hall, after Pope Paul the Sixth, who reigned fromRead More
Small wooden boats filled with unidentified dead sailors, assumed to be North Korean fishermen, keep washing up on the shores of Japan. The so-called ‘ghost ships’ have been regularly washing up on the shores of Oga, a city in the peninsular Akita Prefecture. This year, however, has already seen a dramatic rise in the number of discoveries. Since December, the remains of 35 people have been found aboard 103 woodenRead More
The search for Earth II: Three new French telescopes are searching the stars for another planet like ours
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) announced that a French-led project, known as Exoplanets in Transits and their Atmospheres (ExTrA), may help space experts better observe the night sky for signs of Earth-like planets through three new telescopes installed at the La Silla Observatory in northern Chile. According to ESO, the new telescopes were designed to monitor the night sky to detect exoplanets that revolve around a red dwarf star. Red dwarf stars were perfect for the observationRead More
Illuminati in The Music Industry EXPOSED The music industry is a dark, dark place. .
How NSA Tracks You (Bill Binney) William “Bill” Binney, former NSA technical director on how NSA track you. From the SHA2017 conference in Netherlands. … .
Returning to South Africa in 2017, John Pilger delivers an inaugural lecture in Cape Town on 13th November in memory of the anti-apartheid campaigner, Abdulhay Ahmed Saloojee. He asks why the struggle for freedom has yet to be won, why a form of apartheid still rules and why this oppression has become a model for much of the world in the 21st century. .
Cryptocurrencies will become a ubiquitous form of moolah in under half a decade, John McAfee told RT, doubling down on his optimistic forecast for cryptos despite bitcoin’s recent slump. “In five years’ time, over half the world, I promise you, will be using cryptocurrency,” the legendary security software pioneer told RT correspondent Miguel Francis-Santiago during the Asia blockchain cruise hosted by CoinsBank. “And the half that does not is goingRead More
Sandwiches carry with them the same carbon emission output as a car driven 12 miles, according to a study from the University of Manchester. Researchers followed the whole life cycle of a sandwich, including the production of ingredients, and their packaging, as well as food waste. Bacon, ham, and sausages contribute the most to a sandwich’s carbon footprint. “We need to change the labeling of food to increase the use-byRead More
Author and researcher Theo Paijman’s discusses the history of occult circles. Author and Researcher Theo Paijman’s discusses the history of occult Circles throughout Europe and America and how they’re influencing today. .
Jordan Maxwell On The Dark Secrets Of Christianity, Islam And Judaism. A Must Listen! . .
The culture war has been misrepresented as a struggle between reason and belief, but the truth is, the battle that lies before us is a spiritual one with deep historical and existential roots. As in the days of ancient Rome, our civil foundation will continue to be defined by either a return to paganism or toward the transcendent God of Christianity. Just watch the latest awards show, talk show, orRead More
The FBI just released the results of their investigation claiming that the media mogul and found of RT killed himself by repeatedly smashing his head and upper body into the ground. In November 2015, the Free Thought Project reported that Mikhail Lesin, the former head of media affairs for the Russian government, and the founder of Russia Today (RT), was found dead in the hotel room that he was staying atRead More
Russian security services have arrested a local hacker who planted malware at gas stations across Russia’s southern regions that had been cheating drivers out of the gasoline that they pumped in their cars in a major fraud scheme that later resold the stolen fuel. Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) have arrested the creator of the malware, Denis Zayev, who had gas stations employees working with him to trick the softwareRead More
The increasing levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) brought about by climate change resulted in an increase in flower production in remote tropical forests across of the globe, according to a study published in the journal Global Change Biology. A team of researchers at Florida State University examined plant materials obtained from tropical forests of Panama’s Barro Colorado Island to investigate the effects of rising CO2 levels on plant life. The research team also tookRead More
Awesome Atmospheric Phenomenon | “Rare Planetary Observations!” .
Back in New York City for the first time since George W. Bush’s first term and drenched in the politics of the Donald Trump era, last night’s Grammy Awards was rockin’ with multiple wins for a very non-political Bruno Mars and a very very political Kendrick Lamar. The more than three and a half hours long CBS show also had an audio book audition cameo by Hillary Clinton (see below),Read More
Poisoned toothpaste and exploding phones: Israel linked to 2,700 assassination operations in 70 years
A new book also strongly suggests that Israel used radiation poisoning to kill Yasser Arafat, the longtime Palestinian leader, an act its officials have consistently denied Poisoned toothpaste that takes a month to end its target’s life. Armed drones. Exploding cell phones. Spare tires with remote-control bombs. Assassinating enemy scientists and discovering the secret lovers of Islamic holy men. A new book chronicles these techniques and asserts that Israel hasRead More
Brain-Like Micro Chip the Size of Fingernail Could Replace Supercomputers Engineers based in Boston are working on a computer chip that could transmit varying levels of information at speeds as fast as a human brain. It’s hoped the development could miniaturize supercomputer technology. Currently, microchip technology is limited by signals relayed in a binary on and off fashion through electric currents. However, through the design of artificial neurons and synapses,Read More