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What About Those Pyramids?


'Mr. Rhodes aspired to be the creator of one of those vast semi-religious, quasi-political associations which, like the Jesuits have played so large a part in the history of the world. To be more strictly accurate, he wished to found an Order ... and while he lived, he dreamed of being both its Caesar and its Loyola.' - W.T. Stead"

He did it because of what he saw and learned in the King's Chamber - we blanche because we have to listen to these nauseating and transparent fluff artists like 'Amazing' Randi. Hawass is a spokesperson for Cayce who was a Mason like his father. The list goes on and on. Is there any better evidence of a total disregard for honest scholarship? It certainly is a confusing array of nefarious intent, as we see it. No we can't possibly do justice to this monument and library in stone, left as a legacy by adepts who saw what man would become? Then they left these monuments so that modern man could see he isn't so all-fired important. Time portal and energy vortex, energy plant, and connection of the World Mind with cosmic life: there is so much to address.

Dunn and Davidovits are not simpletons and they aren't selling any particular ideology. We have given you a lot of names and books to follow if you want some answers.

Science is only now able to comprehend how much more there is to life and creativity or intelligent design. We look forward to seeing how long the fools on the hill can maintain their lofty perch.

Author of many books and activist against mind control and soul-grabbing.


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