Winter Solstice photo. The sun dips into the well…..
The Real Jesus Was A Rich Warrior King! Ralph Ellis…..
Francis Bacon and the Merchant of Venice: A Talk by Simon Miles…..
NOW PLAYING! December 18, 2016 — Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum – BIGFOOT…..
Reality Check: 3 Facts the National Media Isn’t Telling You About The Battle For #Aleppo…..
The sun didn’t make it through the clouds for the Solstice sunrise but Solstice sunset at Pentre Ifan was pretty nice.
Notice how the sun dips down into the cleft of the Gwaun Valley.
A discussion with a prolific author about one of the most tabboo subjects of all, historical facts that contradict peoples religious beliefs.
We explore the real documented social and political conditions at the time which may have lead to the creation of the Jesus character that suited a Roman narrative.
That part makes sense,
But this is where it gets really interesting,
Ever heard of the legend of King Arthur and his 12 knights?
Sounds a little bit similar to Jesus and the 12 Disciples Doesn’t it?
Sounds a lot like the Zodiac, with it’s 12 star signs and a sun (son) in the middle.
Well, strangely enough,
The story of King Arthur began just a few years after some of the Knights Templar returned from the crusades after liberating a city named Edessa,
Where the real King Jesus once ruled!
It is believed, that King Arthur & his knights was a fictionalized English version of the true Jesus origin story that borrowed elements from other historical figures.
This was the Knights Templar’s way of telling the truth without getting executed or tortured to death by the church.
Jesus was a King, born of the highest bloodlines of Rome and Persia,
His mother was a rather brazen woman who put her face on the coinage which angered many.
She was driven out and took hundreds of courtiers and half the treasury with her.
After travelling to Edessa and using the money to build a city state,
Her son became King Esus of Edessa.
At the time, the seat of Emperor was more or less won by whomsoever could command the most wealth, political support and armed forces,
King Esus was one of a number of contenders and thus started a revolution,
However, this conflict got him crucified as Emperor Vespasian eventually won the conflict.
With the revolution over, word of rebellion spreading throughout the empire had to be stopped as soon as possible, so the King, was crucified.
After 3 days on the cross, Rome’s official Jewish historian Josephus Flavius, ordered him to be taken down and given medical attention which saved his life.
Flavius then proceeded to rewrite the history for Rome’s sake.
After all, the story of King Esus Manu, The One King, Warrior, Revolutionary & rightful ruler of the Kingdoms of Edessa, Persia & the Empire of Rome…
Was a bit too inspirational a story for Jews who’d just been kicked out of Israel and scattered across Europa & the barbarian hordes Rome had waiting at the gates.
So instead, Flavius changed the history, rewrote many gospels and made Esus into Jesus, a pauper pacifist friendly to Rome who would sooner “render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s” and “Turn the other cheek” in order to pacify the masses rather than lead a revolt.
And it worked!
Many disparate Christian factions fell in line behind Rome and the myth is still widely believed to this day.
In this talk, Simon Miles explores the historical background and literary sources of The Merchant of Venice, and presents surprising new evidence pointing to Francis Bacon’s authorship of the play. It follows on from an earlier talk he gave to the Society in 2009, in which he discussed the events surrounding the Affair of the Dutch Churchyard Libel in 1593, and their connection to the first emergence of the names Marlowe and Shakespeare in relation to writing and the theatre.
I’ve written about Francis Bacon’s secret ciphers in work attributed to Shakespeare in my 2006 book, In These Signs Conquer:
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Class is in session. Gene and Chris present a rare appearance by Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum, one of the few academics seriously researching such strange creatures as Bigfoot. Jeffrey received his B.S. in zoology specializing in vertebrate locomotion at Brigham Young University (BYU) in 1982, his M.S. at BYU in 1984 and a Ph.D. in anatomical sciences, with an emphasis in biological anthropology, from Stony Brook University in 1989 (then referred to as State University of New York at Stony Brook). He has published numerous academic papers ranging from vertebrate evolutionary morphology, the emergence of bipedal locomotion in modern humans and Sasquatch (Bigfoot), and is a co-editor of a series of books on paleontology.