Friday, November 17, 2017

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NXIVM: The Powerful Cult That Turns Rich Women Into Mind Controlled Slaves
Under the guise of an "executive success program", NXIVM recruits rich women and introduces them into a bizarre secret society that brainwashes its members using rituals and trauma-inducing techniques taken directly from the MKULTRA handbook.
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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Could the newly discovered tomb of the Griffin Warrior be the grave site of the Greek hero Perseus?

By:  Marshall Ramsey II

PYLOS, Greece -- A treasure-laden tomb belonging to a Bronze Age Greek warrior may yield more than just treasure.  It may yield one of the biggest surprises in history.

A 3,500-year-old grave belonging to a powerful Mycenaean figure (perhaps a king/priest) has been discovered underneath an olive grove in southwest Greece.  It was discovered by Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker, arcaeologists at the University of Cincinnati, who had excavated the site for more than 25 years.

The tomb, undisturbed and intact, a seeming rarity given the age of the tomb, held four solid gold signet rings, a sealstone depicting two warriors clashing over a fallen third, silver cups, an intricately designed sword, and a largely intact skeleton named the Griffin Warrior due to a plaque decorated with a griffin (a mythical beast with the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle) buried with him.

Perhaps the most fascinating thing about this discovery is the possibility that this could be the grave of the Greek hero Perseus.

A specialized team reconstructed the face of the Griffin Warrior by layering facial tissue over his skull.

As you may already know, Perseus is said to be the son of Zeus, chief of the Greek gods.  He founded the city/kingdom of Mycenae and rescued his future wife Andromeda from being sacrificed by her parents.  He is most famous for beheading Medusa, the only "non-immortal" of the Gorgons.

As the legend goes, Perseus is persuaded by King Polydectes to kill Medusa.  In exchange, he would not seek to have his mother, Danae, be his wife.  This was a ruse by Polydectes to get Perseus killed so that he could marry Danae, daughter of Acrisius and Eurydice, King and Queen of Argos.  Unexpectedly, Perseus manages to kill Medusa, bring back her head, and kill Polydectes in the process, thus ensuring that his mother would never have to marry him.

Unbeknownst to most, Perseus was a historical person, albeit some of what we know about him has been corrupted.  Even the historian Herodotus in his collection The Histories, examining the genealogy of Perseus declared him to be real.  He even denies Perseus being descended from "Zeus", merely stating that his father was not human.  An excerpt from The Histories details this event and is quoted below:

          "But in what I write I follow the Greek report, and hold that the Greeks correctly recount
          these kings of the Dorians as far back as Perseus son of Danae—they make no mention
          of the god17—and prove these kings to be Greek; for by that time they had come to be
          classified as Greeks. [2] I said as far back as Perseus, and I took the matter no further than
          that, because no one is named as the mortal father of Perseus, as Amphitryon is named father
          of Heracles."  Herodotus, The Histories, book 6, chapter 53

As to the accuracy of Medusa, this is a little harder to pin down but possible nonetheless.  Current "wisdom" tells us that the accounts of Perseus and Medusa; Zeus, Hades and Poseison; Gilgamesh; Atlantis, etc... cannot be taken at face value, that is, they cannot be relied upon for historical information.  While many people find it hard to believe in gods and goddesses, heroes, monsters, and such, good information can nonetheless be gotten.

For instance, according to the Phoenician historian Sanchuniathon, the Greeks worshipped Zeus, whose father was Cronus, whom the Phoenicians call Israel.  In 2016, a piece of the throne of Agamemnon king of the Mycenaeans was found.  And in 2003, it was reported that the grave of Gilgamesh, legendary hero of the Enuma Elish, had been found, exactly where it was stated to have been.  As you can see, the old tales passed down to us as fiction can be taken as historically accurate, if you know how to look.

Concerning Medusa, her real name (occasionally a real name can be attributed to a "mythological" figure) was Keren-happuch the daughter of Job, as is the book of Job from the Bible.  She was the youngest of Job's second set of daughters just as Medusa was the youngest Gorgon.  His first set of daughters, whose real names are unknown at this time, became known as the Graeae, or the Grey sisters.  This is due to the fact that they were killed in their eldest brother's house when a great wind caused it to collapse.

As it goes, Perseus snuck into Medusa's/Keren-happuch's lair and cut off her head.  He then put her head into a sack and proceeded to take it back to King Polydectes.  Among the grave items laid in the Griffin Warrior's/Perseus' tomb is a sword, possibly the very one he used to behead Keren-happuch.  An image of the sword is featured below:

Although this claim will certainly be disputed, I think it is safe to say that the grave of Perseus has been found.

For additional information on the life and times of Perseus, please visit the following website:

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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Peter the Apostle's Ossuary Found In Jerusalem; He's Not Buried In Vatican City

Is Big Pharma Murdering Our Cutting-Edge Doctors?

Originally posted September 2015

MessiahMews:  Is Big Pharma Murdering Our Cutting-Edge Doctors? Yes, Of Course They Are... Why? They've Tried Everything Else to Control the Dialogue..

Ancestor of Barabbas Found!

Originally posted April 2016

By:  Marshall Ramsey II, Worthy News US Correspondent

JERUSALEM, Israel (WorthyNews) -- An forgotten find made in the field of archaeology may have bigger implications, especially regarding the crucifixion of the Lord Jesus Christ.

In 1970, in the newly forming neighborhood of Givat HaMivtar, located in East Jerusalem, construction was taking place on a new house.  While digging for the foundation, an ancient tomb was discovered.  Inside, an ossuary (a burial chest used to collect the bones of dead relatives) made of limestone was found that belonged to Abba, son of a certain Eleazar the priest.

An inscription was found on the tomb wall above the ossuary and written in Aramaic (a father language to both Hebrew and Arabic script) which, when translated, reads:

        "I am Abba, son of Eleazar the priest.  I am Abba, the oppressed, the persecuted, born in Jerusalem and exiled to Babylon, who brought back Mattathiah son of Judah and buried him in the cave that I purchased."

 Pictures of Givat HaMivtar and the ossuary itself can be seen below:

Ossuary recovered in the Abba cave, Israel Museum (Ariel David)
Ossuary of Mattathiah

Givat HaMivtar as seen from the north

Most students of the Scriptures will not recognize Abba son of Eleazar.  However, anyone familiar with the crucifixion of Jesus Christ will recognize this name:  Barabbas.  Barabbas was the prisoner being held by Pilate that the chief priests and elders desired to be released to them instead of the LORD.

          "And when he was accused of the chief priests and elders, he answered nothing.  Now at that
          feast the governor was wont to release unto the people a prisoner, whom they would.  And
          they had then a notable prisoner, called Barabbas.  Therefore when they were gathered
          together, Pilate said unto them, Whom will ye that I release unto you?  Barabbas, or Jesus
          which is called Christ?  But the chief priests and elders persuaded the multitude that they
          should ask Barabbas, and destroy Jesus."  Matthew 27:12, 15-17, 20

Barabbas literally means, "descendant of Abba."  This is the tomb of one of Barabbas' ancestors.

Now concerning Mattathiah son of Judah, this appears to be referring to the 3x-great grandson of Zerubbabel, the governor of Jerusalem after the end of the Babylonian exile.  He seems to have been born about 260 B.C., the same time that Eleazar, the father of Abba, started his high priestly duties.

Given the text of the inscription on Abba's tomb, it appears that Abba and Mattathiah were close friends.  This would explain why Abba thought it good to bring Mattathiah's bones back to Jerusalem.

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

MessiahMews Blogs:Vaccine Bribery Is Still Going Strong

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Tuesday, October 31, 2017