Posts Tagged ‘century’

INFLUENZA PARADOX of the CRIME OF THE CENTURY

23 nov 2021 Is this Austria today? Meanwhile back west we see the INFLUENZA PARADOX of the CRIME OF THE CENTURY How come influenza “suddenly” disappeared, just as Covid-19 “suddenly” appeared? The FDA, CDC and NIH are inherently corrupt. They do not serve the interests of citizens, they are merely ‘licensing’ and marketing wings of […]

18th Century Post-Mortem Punishment: Gibbets ‘Hanging In Chains’ In England

The curious English have a predilection for heaping abuse upon the corpses of the unfortunate dead, including a cruel and unusual punishment the bodies of executed murderers were subject to in the 18th century, namely hanging in chains. The setting is the period running from the early years of the 18th century through to the […]

Study Demonstrates Terrible Toll of Sixth Century Plague of Justinian

In a new study appearing in the journal Past & Present , Cambridge University history professor Peter Sarris argues that recent scholarship has badly underestimated the true impact of the sixth-century  Plague of Justinian on Eurasian and North African societies. To prove his case, Sarris assembled a record of developments that occurred during this earliest known […]

Stunning 5th Century Bohemian Jewelry Discovered in Czech Republic

Archaeologists from the Czech Republic’s Rakovník Museum have announced the discovery of a rare Bohemian gold ring and clasp or buckle dating back to the 5th century. Unearthed last summer by amateur metal detectorists working near the west Bohemian town of Rakovník, the stunning set of jewelry is ablaze with exotic precious stones. According to […]

Surprise 10th Century Medieval Port Discovered In Western France

Archaeologists in western France have been up to their elbows excavating enormous oak ship timbers at a “surprise” 10th-century medieval port, where evidence of wine production, fishing trade, and long-distance economics have been unearthed. The 2,500-square-meter (26,000-square-feet) archaeological dig surrounds the famous medieval castle of Chateau Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, in the Vendée department of western France. Large, […]

XXI Century: The Abolition of Israeli Expansionist Colonial Anachronism

13 Nov 2021 Source: Al Mayadeen Net Susana Khalil There will be no free and peaceful Arab-Persian world as long as the Israeli colonial Euro-Zionist regime exists. I. By way of dialogue 1907       ABDALLAH: Mustafa, British colonialism prepared a scientific report (Bannerman), in order to prolong itself as an empire. The report says […]

Pogrom Alert — As Poles Burn 13th Century Edict That Granted Jews Special Status As A Protected Class

(JTA) Polish nationalists staged a symbolic burning of a notorious 13th century edict which granted Jews special status as a protected class as a reward for helping enrich the Polish aristocracy while oppressing common Poles as inter-generationally impoverished serfs: The book burning Thursday at a rally in Kalisz, a city of about 100,000 inhabitants situated […]

4th Century Stone Blocks Tell Story of Sun Temple of Heliopolis

Archaeologists have uncovered stone blocks and other interesting fragments that are helping them piece together the history of the once magnificent and extraordinary temple, dedicated to the sun god Ra in the El-Matariya area of Cairo’s upmarket suburb of Heliopolis. Heliopolis, which literally means the “City of the Sun,” was one of the oldest cities […]

The Longest Lunar Eclipse Of 21st Century :The Partial Eclipse Will Occur On November 18-19-2021

@The Cosmos News The longest lunar eclipse this century will happen in 2 weeks. Here’s how to see it. The late November moon is also known as the “frost moon.” A near-total lunar eclipse will occur on November 19, with prime visibility in North America. It will last 3 hours and 28 minutes – the […]

English Guitar Music of the 20th Century

From Brilliant Classics These pieces for solo guitar by Scott, Berkeley, Britten and Walton have left a permanent mark on the guitaristic landscape, expanding it to territory then unfamiliar in the prevailing aesthetic canon of Segovia. If the 20th century was the golden age in which the guitar repertoire rose to the level of that […]

Lives in the 18th Century

Human history as cultural history We need to reform our teaching of history so that the emphasis will be placed on the gradual growth of human culture and knowledge, a growth to which all nations and ethnic groups have contributed. A new freely downloadable book I would like to announce the publication of a book […]

Fasil Ghebbi: The Magnificent 17th-century Camelot of Ethiopia

Fasil Ghebbi is a fortress located in the city of Gondar, in the north-western Ethiopian region of Amhara. The fortress was founded in the 17th century and served as the royal residence of the Ethiopian rulers up until the 19th century. It is also referred to as the “Camelot of Ethiopia.” Although the fortress was […]

16th-Century Prayer Roll Exposes Medieval Religious Cult

A first-time study of a privately owned 16th-century prayer roll from England is a valuable addition to knowledge on medieval England’s Christian ‘cult of the Cross’ in which the Holy Cross was venerated and held in the highest esteem. These kinds of prayer rolls don’t usually survive, making it a rare artifact. Fascinatingly, the roll […]

Understanding The Basics Of 21st-Century Democracy, Autocracy, And Capitalism

Above Photo: Nathaniel St. Clair. Democracy exists if and when a community organizes its self-governance around the full participation, on an equal basis, of all the members of the community. Its other, autocracy, exists when a community organizes (or allows) its governance by an individual or subgroup of that community, a ruler. Universal suffrage is […]

10th Century Astronomical Text of Abd-al Rahman al-Sufi Unveiled

The “suwar al-kawakib” or the Book of Fixed Stars is a 10th century astronomical Arabic text, authored by the famed scholar Abd-al Rahman al-Sufi in the year 964 AD. It was produced by the powerful Greco-Arabic translation movement, which emanated in Baghdad and sought to translate secular Greek classical texts and the works of Hellenistic […]

Jute Cemetery Find Yields Evidence of 5th Century English Origins

Archaeologists in England are calling their discovery “one of the most important” for decades. The ancient cemetery didn’t only date back to the Neolithic period, but it held the bodies of 40 men, women and children from two periods of English history, including the bodies of the first English speaking people in Britain. English origins […]

It’s the Story of the Century, and the Media Yawn

It’s the Story of the Century, and the Media YawnDate: September 10, 2021Author: Nwo Report   Source: Fletch DanielsNever before in human history has a global pandemic resulted in the dismemberment of first-world economies, highly divisive universal vaccine and mask mandates, education-stunting school shutdowns, and the isolation of entire societies to the point of extreme mental […]

Gorgan Wall Work Reveals Minutiae of 7th Century Sasanian Empire

Excavations have been ongoing on at the Sasanian Empire’s Great Wall of Gorgan, a 125-mile (200-kilometer) long defensive fortification built across Golestan Province in northern Iran in the fifth and sixth centuries AD. During the most recent round of explorations, a team of archaeologists discovered new and fascinating facts about the lives and lifestyles of […]

13th Century Magical Merlin Manuscript Shares Original Legend

After two years of hard work, scholars have now finished an Old-French-to-English translation of a centuries-old manuscript that tells of the adventures of Merlin the Magician , King Arthur, and other well-known characters from the legendary Arthurian tales . The 13th century Merlin manuscript was discovered by chance in 2019, hidden inside the pages of […]

In the Shadows of the American Century – The Rise and Decline of US Global Power

In the Shadows of the American Century – The Rise and Decline of US Global Power. ALfred W. McCoy. Haymarket Books, Chicago. 2017 Reading “In the Shadows of the American Century” is a bit of an up and down ride. The best part of the book for personal interest concerning the author is the Introduction. […]

4th Century Coin Cache Found In Israeli Archaeological Hotspot

A cache of coins, weighing 6 kilos (13 pounds) in total, was discovered by a tour guide near west Israel’s coastal town of Atlit on Tuesday, the 10th of August. Yotam Dahan, the tour guide from Klil in the Western Galilee area of Northern Israel found the antique coins on a family camping trip in […]

Life Of A First Century AD Rural Nazarene Versus A City Sepphorite

Nazareth was inhabited since the Bronze Age, and pottery dating from 900-600 BC confirms an Iron Age settlement there, but the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian invasions turned the region into a wasteland. Villages were destroyed and the people exiled. For almost 600 years, lasting from the eighth to the second century BC, the region was […]

The Art Of Noh: 14th-Century Japanese Dance Drama

Since the 14th century AD, Noh has been a major form of classical Japanese dance-drama. It is the oldest major theatre art form that is still performed on a regular basis to this day. Noh, which is written in late-middle Japanese, incorporates masks, costumes, and various props in a dance-based performance. The masks represent roles […]

Century of enslavement : Federal Reserve

What is the Federal Reserve system? How did it come into existence? Is it part of the federal government? How does it create money? Why is the public kept in the dark about these important matters? In this feature-length documentary film, The Corbett Report explores these important question and pulls back the curtain on America’s […]

21st Century Idolatry: The Mark of the Beast

Again, the Devil took Him to a very high mountain and showed Him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. And he said to Him, “I will give You all these things if You will fall down and worship me. (Matthew 4:8-9) Then I saw another beast coming up out of the earth; he had […]

Artifacts Seized from Conquistadors by Chickasaw People in 16th Century Uncovered

A team of archaeologists digging at the Stark Farms Native American site in east central Mississippi have found more than 80 metal artifacts that were not manufactured by the Chickasaw people who once lived there. As they explain in a study published in the April 2021 edition of American Antiquities , the archaeologists believe these […]

The British Are Having Trouble Adapting to the Realities of the 21st Century

Reports are coming through of an incident in the sea off the coast of Crimea involving a British warship and fighter jets of the Russian Air Force. The British denied that they were doing anything wrong, and similarly denied that the ship had been fired upon by the Russians. To counter that latter argument the […]

The Coming Premeditated Murder of Billions: A 21st Century Plot

By Gary D Barnett “In the twentieth century, governments murdered, as a prudent estimate, 272,000,000 men, women, and children. It could be over 400,000,000.“ ~ Rudolph Rummel: The Blue Book of Freedom: Ending Famine, Poverty, Democide, and War (2007), p. 75 As the quote from Rummel above indicates, those in government, and those that control […]

The Fate Of The First-Century Carpenter Of Jerusalem

First century AD Jerusalem was a bustling metropolis with a population estimated between 80,000 to 200,000 people.  During Pesach or Passover, one of the ‘Three Pilgrimages to Jerusalem’ – the other two being Shavuot marking the wheat harvest and Sukkoth, the ‘Feast of Tabernacles’ – the numbers could easily have swelled with 300,000 to 400,000 […]

Bolsover Castle: 11th Century Fort Bloomed Into Stunning Residence

Bolsover Castle is a famous and unusual castle in Derbyshire, a county in England’s East Midlands. Although the current building was constructed during the 17th century, the history of Bolsover Castle stretches back to the 11th century. Whilst the original castle primarily served a defensive purpose, the 17th century one was constructed as a luxurious […]

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