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The suppressed history and reality of giant humanoid skeletons

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If you step back and look-truly look, with eyes open - at the way human history has been managed in recent times by the established order, you will see an unmistakable pattern.

A certain perception has been pushed, selectively constructed from Darwin's The Origin of Species - the notion that the human race evolved up through the apes, in an unbroken, linear pattern of growth and adaptation, predicated on random genetic mutations; additionally, that the human race as we know it is the only intelligent species to ever inhabit the planet, and has never been in direct contact with intelligent species of any other kinds.

Testimonials and evidence from the past that don't contradict that perception of our history are commonly accepted as fact. Nobody seems to be challenging, for example, the notion that mastodons or dinosaurs once roamed the Earth.

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Cow

Celestial creatures at the dawn of civilizations

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When I think of the Aryans of the ancient times, I think of Central Asia, the steppe, a horse culture that could enable their language, Sanskrit to spread, at a gallop, so to speak, westward and south, to form the basis of virtually every European and many subcontinental languages in the millennium before Christ.

Inescapable Equestrian Importance

The domestication of the horse on the steppe was perhaps the principle driving force behind Sanskrit's spread to the west. Today, both Europe and much of Asia have retained an equestrian culture and indeed, when the Spanish arrived in the Americas they brought with them the horses that would eventually form the backbone of the cultures of both the invaders and the invaded. However, that horse culture never arrived in the subcontinent, in spite of the fact that Sanskrit had, and the people whose language it was are most associated with it, specifically India, in the modern sense of the name's usage.

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Sherlock

The origins of ancient Near East names in Scotland

scotland civilisation ancient carving
Thinking of Scotland, as I do from the somewhat similar mountains of northern India, which has been my home for nigh on twenty years, I do so from a rather Indian perspective; I think of families, clans, and tribes living on land that they consider to be their ancestral land. However, they have an understanding, kept alive in stories from both manuscript and memory, that those same ancestors had themselves migrated from their ancestral lands in a far off past.

What began as a fascination with the origins of the peoples of the Himalayan ranges led quite naturally to an interest in where we all come from, our origins. The Indians of course, as the most ancient of civilizations, had an understanding of the world, when and how it was made, and, more importantly for this piece, who populated it and where they settled.

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Target

The Scythian bow was the AK-47 of the Ancient Near East

Scythian
The Scythian bow was the AK-47 of the Ancient Near East and the weapon of choice to dominate the battlefield. Even though the bow was uniquely designed to deliver the utmost damage, the arrow itself was even nastier! Scythians created their arrowheads for maximum penetration of the opponent's armor. Beyond that, Scythian arrowheads were extremely poisonous.

But before we pick our poison, we must pick our point.

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Dig

Pompeii: Newest find shows man decapitated by rock during eruption of Vesuvius

Pompeii man crushed rock
© Ciro Fusco/ANSA via AP
The legs of a skeleton emerge from the ground beneath a large rock believed to have crushed the victim's bust during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in A.D. 79, which destroyed the ancient town of Pompeii, at Pompeii's archeological site, near Naples, on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. The skeleton was found during recent excavations and is believed to be of a 35-year-old man with a limp who was hit by a pyroclastic cloud during the eruption.
Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site have announced a dramatic new discovery, the skeleton of a man crushed by an enormous stone while trying to flee the explosion of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D.

Pompeii officials on Tuesday released a photograph showing the skeleton protruding from beneath a large block of stone that may have been a door jamb that had been "violently thrown by the volcanic cloud."

The victim, who was over 30, had his thorax crushed. Archaeologists have not found the victim's head. Officials said the man suffered an infection of the tibia, which may have caused walking difficulties, impeding his escape.

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Archaeology

Siberia: 50,000 year old bones may be the oldest Homo sapiens outside Africa and Middle East

Tuyana bones
© Vesti.Irkutsk
The older set of bones found on Tuyana site dated to 50,000 years ago.
Finds of 'lion-hunting ancient man' excavated from site of new road new Lake Baikal now undergoing tests at Germany's Max Planck Institute.

If the discovery in Buryatia is verified as being Homo sapiens, it will alter scientific thinking about the arrival of man in Siberia.

The discovery was made in the Tunkinskaya Valley by Irkutsk scientists in 2016.

Comment: There are a great many questions regarding the 'out of Africa' theory:


Bad Guys

Why it matters: The blatant conspiracy behind Senator Robert F. Kennedy's assassination

Robert F Kennedy
© Reuters
Robert F. Kennedy sits at his desk at the Justice Department in this 1968 file photograph. Kennedy was shot in Los Angeles 30 years ago on June 5, 1968, and died the following day.
Early in 1968, Clyde Tolson, F.B.I. Director J. Edgar Hoover's deputy and bosom buddy, a key player in the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., expressed both the hope and intent of those making sure that there would never be another president by the name Kennedy, when he said about RFK that "I hope someone shoots and kills the son of a bitch." Earlier, as reported by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. in his new book, American Values: Lessons I Learned from My Family, the influential conservative Westbrook Pegler expressed this hope even more depravingly when he wished "that some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter [Robert Kennedy's] spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow flies."

These sick men were not alone. Senator Robert Kennedy was a marked man. And he knew it. That he was nevertheless willing to stand up to the forces of hate and violence that were killing innocents at home and abroad is a testimony to his incredible courage and love of country. To honor such a man requires that we discover and speak the truth about those who killed him. The propaganda that he was killed by a crazed young Arab needs exposure.

When he was assassinated by a bullet to the back of his head on June 5, 1968, not by the accused patsy Sirhan Sirhan, who was standing in front of RFK, but by a conspiracy that clearly implicates U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies, not only did a precious and good man die, but so too did any chance for significant political change through the official political system, short of a miracle. We are still waiting for such a miracle.

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Evidence of Revision
There are few documentaries in existence today that have followed the murders of all three of these beacons of hope, JFK, MLK and RFK, like the following, a SOTT Focus from 2012. The vignette footage used in this documentary film reveals the terror and manipulation that underpinned society at that time. Much has been forgotten and yet it still haunts the very fabric of Western civilization today.

The Murders of JFK, MLK, and RFK - Evidence of Revision
Evidence of Revision is a six-part documentary containing historical, original news footage revealing that the most seminal events in recent American history have been deeply and purposefully misrepresented to the public. Footage and interviews provide an in-depth exploration of events ranging from the Kennedy assassinations to the Jonestown massacre, and all that lies between.

The footprints left in this archival footage reveal the coordinated, clandestine sculpting of the America we know today. Evidence of Revision proves once and for all that history has been revised, even as it was written!
Also read So who killed Bobby Kennedy? RFK, Jr. does not believe it was Sirhan Sirhan.
Kennedy called Sirhan's trial "really a penalty hearing. It wasn't a real trial. At a full trial, they would have litigated his guilt or innocence. I think it's unfortunate that the case never went to a full trial because that would have compelled the press and prosecutors to focus on the glaring discrepancies in the narrative that Sirhan fired the shots that killed my father."



Pistol

So who killed Bobby Kennedy? RFK, Jr. does not believe it was Sirhan Sirhan

Robert Kennedy Jr.
© Bloomberg Photo/Anthony Behar
Robert Kennedy Jr.
Just before Christmas, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. pulled up to the massive Richard J. Donovan Correctional Center, a California state prison complex in the desert outside San Diego that holds nearly 4,000 inmates. Kennedy was there to visit Sirhan B. Sirhan, the man convicted of killing his father, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, nearly 50 years ago.

While his wife, actress Cheryl Hines, waited in the car, Robert Kennedy Jr. met with Sirhan for three hours, he revealed to The Washington Post last week. It was the culmination of months of research by Kennedy into the assassination, including speaking with witnesses and reading the autopsy and police reports.

"I got to a place where I had to see Sirhan," Kennedy said. He would not discuss the specifics of their conversation. But when it was over, Kennedy had joined those who believe there was a second gunman, and that it was not Sirhan who killed his father.
"I went there because I was curious and disturbed by what I had seen in the evidence," said Kennedy, an environmental lawyer and the third oldest of his father's 11 children. "I was disturbed that the wrong person might have been convicted of killing my father. My father was the chief law enforcement officer in this country. I think it would have disturbed him if somebody was put in jail for a crime they didn't commit."
Kennedy, 64, said he doesn't know if his involvement in the case will change anything. But he now supports the call for a re-investigation of the assassination led by Paul Schrade, who also was shot in the head as he walked behind Kennedy in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles but survived.
Bobby Kennedy
© Times Union archive
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy during his visit to Schenectady, N.Y. on Sept.19, 1964

Network

When the internet went live in 1969

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© UC Daily Bruin
On Oct 29, 1969, UCLA and the Stanford Research Institute made the first host-to-host connection on the ARPANET, which grew into the internet that we all know and love today! UCLA and UC Santa Barbara were two of the original nodes when the internet (then ARPANET) went live in 1969.

The Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) was an early packet switching network and the first network to implement the protocol suite TCP/IP. Both technologies became the technical foundation of the Internet. The ARPANET was initially funded by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the United States Department of Defense.

Bad Guys

Footage of LSD trialled on UK marines, and other human experiments courtesy of Porton Down

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In the kind of clipped BBC English that more frivolous generations associate with comic Harry Enfield's Mr Cholmondley Warner, the narrator explained how the LSD was given to the Royal Marine Commandos "in a cup of wartah."

"Twenty-five minutes latah, the first effects of the drug became apparent. The men became relaxed and began to giggle."

They certainly did. The black and white footage from 1964 shows the hitherto ferociously well-drilled servicemen lying flat on their backs, helpless with laughter, or staggering against trees, intoxicated by the hilarity of it all, and by the acid.

"One ahr and ten minutes after taking the drug," intones the narrator, "With one man climbing a tree to feed the birds, the troop commander gave up, admitting he could no longer control himself or his men.

"He himself then relapsed into laughter."

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