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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Claude Gagne 
 Article Title :: The Oldies? Nostalgia? Watchyacallit?
Our culture is defined by what we have access to! With the concentration of media the access as been restricted to the newest tunes...Or the latest product of the marketing strategy department decided you will listen and buy! As nothing else will be available from them.Without an historical perspective, our culture is in jeopardy, what has come before influences what will come next.In the arts and music in particular this is primordial!Lineage not only of genre but of musicians as well For example who influenced Chuck Berry who himself influenced Jimmy Hendrix who influenced Edgar Winter and so on...K.L.O.D Radio and others like it provide an essent  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Baker 
 Article Title :: Art, Artists, and the Web: Part 1--Why Every Artist Should Have Their Own Website
First rate art is in danger of being left behind in this new age of the global Internet highway. The World Wide Web is like Walmart or Home Depot coming to town. Art galleries as they now exist, are going to become the Mom and Pop version of selling art.Chances are if you are an established artist, and look for your medium or subject matter on the Web, some very web-savvy artist will show up, sometimes repeatedly on the first two or three pages of a search engine and your name is no where to be found.This can change, but established artists and the galleries that represent them need to start thinking differently about their approach to the Internet. And galleries  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Jackie Miller 
 Article Title :: Ludlow Festival
His plays and adaptations have been performed in many countries and in many languages. Among the many adaptations Berkoff has created for the stage, directed and toured, are Kafka's Metamorphosis and The Trial, Agamemnon after Aeschylus, and Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher. He has directed and toured productions of Shakespeare's Coriolanus also playing the title role, Richard II, Hamlet and Macbeth, as well as Oscar Wilde's Salome.To quote Steven Berkoff, "Richard II is one of Shakespeare's most lyrical plays, in that although Richard is a terrible king he is, conversely, a marvellous poet. As for so many of Shakespeare's villains, their poetry improves as their fortunes decli  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: ML - CHI - Zadok and the Making of Gold
ATOMIC HIGH-SPIN TECHNOLOGY: - In 1950 B.C. there was a priest-king in Salem who understood the 'highward fire-stone' according to Gardner in 'Genesis of the Grail Kings'. His name was Melchizedek, and there is a secret or inner sanctum group of Mormons who follow his lead. The Mason (Joseph Smith was a 33rd Degree Mason, Brigham Young was a Mason too.) who founded this religion followed a path tred frequently in the expansion of esoteric manipulation. It continues to this very day with the OTO offshoots, Scientology and many other cults who believe in some very 'freaky' things. Most of the lay people will never get to know the ulterior motives of those who lead such organizations.  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Fictions Galore
FABULOUS: - Many 'fabulous' personages and concepts are created by man. Some are attempts to make sense of a confusing array of real things he doesn't understand, others are created by those who would have us 'believe'. The art of making others 'believe' what you want them to, is an art that developed over millions of years even if man is only modern for the last hundred thousand years. 'As you believe so shall you do' and fables which set early modes of relating to our environment in nursery rhymes and other equally 'fabulous' or fantastic histories. Revisionist history was definitely begun in earnest during the Babylonian and early Greek era. By the time of Alexander he was so co  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Peter Crump 
 Article Title :: Moissanite Earrings, The Modern Brazilian Beetle
The history of earrings is a varied history indeed. And the latest in the long line of female body adornments known as earrings are Moissanite earrings. Moissanite is taking the jewelry world by storm and moissanite earrings are no exception.Moissanite earrings, well earrings in general anyway, are a fashion with a long history. They are believed to have originated around 3000 BC. Fashioned often in gold, silver or bronze, numerous examples of earrings dating from around 2500 BC to the time of Christ have been unearthed.Many fascinating examples have been uncovered from the royal graves in Iraq!Earring styles have varied enormously over the last 3500 years. Earring  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Berenguer Sauniere - "This Place is Terrible"
INSPIRATIONAL COMMENTS:“Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild.Bucky Fuller said these most important words in 1981:‘The U.S.A. is not run by its would-be 'democratic' government. All the latter can do is try to adjust to the initiatives already taken by [the] great corporations. Nothing can be more pathetic than the role that has been played by the President of the United States, whose power is approximately zero. Nevertheless, the news media and most over-thirty-years-of-age U.S.A. citizens carry on as if the president had supreme power.’“The only thing that interferes wit  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: The Life of Nikola Tesla - Intro
It is not my purpose to claim to know all the wonders of the life of this great man who is acknowledged as one of the great inventors of all time. Those who give him that kind of acknowledgement on TV or elsewhere are not telling the whole story. There are secret projects underway that he was involved with. HAARP is just one example; it is an extension of his radio antennae that he spent a fortune trying to develop. These technologies are potentially able to destroy all life on earth; as they are kept by war-mongers and those who might leave earth for a while and then return to take over and start anew. Or maybe it will simply be a case of successful social engineering as the mind control  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Sir Francis Drake
FRANCIS DRAKE: - It is my perspective that history has had secrets which Royal Families like the Stuart Bees needed to keep close to their vest; and that these secrets are still kept by our supposed 'experts' in history, to this day. The English claim to ownership in the Americas has been made on the basis of John Cabot who may never have reached the area of Canada and that Venetian half witted mariner was laughing-stock among his contemporaries. If our history allows that other nations would have given credit and rights based on his story - then almost any kind of secret agreement can be imagined. It must have involved the Holy Alliance which continued in such later acts as The Tr  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Druidic University
MEGALITHIIC POWER PLANTS:Druidic University:Long before there was a Rome or Eternal City there was a Druidic University near Rennes-le-Chateau. Just as we saw Oxford University was built at the same location the Pheryllts (Druidic Alchemists like the Cabiri discussed by Lewis Spence) had a university you will find many locations sacred to the Kelts are usurped by Rome/Bruttii. Chartrés is one of the most intriguing of these sites. Rome made it a custom to build on the old cultures roads and churches or other sacred sites starting with Constantine and Heliopolis. I highly recommend Fulcanelli’s Les Mysteres des Cathedrales if you can find it and if you are ab  (read full article)
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