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I will be changing the format a bit. Instead of a store page, I will have members or subscribers to whom all of the following will be available. Go to the store page to become a member. Everything that has been on the website can be found on the interior pages below.
What you will get for the current special offer of a one time $15 subscription fee: Access to the following pages.
Journey into the Past for a look at many topics of history with which you may be familiar but were misinformed and some of which you may completely unaware.
The Ancients page, which takes you back to the fascinating world of the ancients.
Fly the Airwaves for interviews, rants and more.
Flash from the Past, the road to links from past, recent and not so, on subjects to do with modern political and cultural life .
Memes and Themes and Dreams, A new page dedicated to cultural topics.
Step into the undiscovered past. Discover the truth, the many truths, about the past. What you will find here is not propaganda or agenda driven but simply a look at reality. Without a connection to your own heritage, how can you proceed into the future?
If you can’t see the world as it is, how can you negotiate your way through that world?
I find that many websites focus almost exclusively on the negative. Given the predicament we are in, this is understandable. I watch the so-called mainstream media, mirroring the fear and anxiety offered by so many truth-telling, patriot, nationalists and white nationalist websites. Fear builds on fear and advice and products, the endless products, are on sale to 'help you survive' the ‘coming crisis'.
Backbiting and accusations fly across the Net and sometimes erupt into serious fights.
I feel a need to see the beautiful, experience the inspiring as well as understand what is going so wrong! And there is plenty of both in our cultural heritage. Ideological and religious battles are dividing the European peoples of the world, wherever they find themselves. We’re not even sure what to call ourselves. Those divisions are manipulated to keep us apart but we do seem to take the bait.
Perhaps by taking a look at our ancestors and how they thought about life, how they lived life, we can get back in touch with a deeper root of our soul. Lacking a healthy sense of self, no amount of technological prowess and ideological systems will save us. Culture is a deep thing. It is music and art and literature and cuisine and technology but it is so much more.
If truth be known, and it so rarely is. This applies particularly to the study of history.
What we know as history is mostly not that at all. It is a carefully crafted facsimile of the truth but different enough to serve as bold lies. There are bold lies to be sure, but much of the craft of lying is more subtle.
Sometimes the real story is exaggerated to the point of foolishness but repeated so often that people come to believe at what they once would have scoffed. Blatant omission is a common tactic. Misdirection from the important truth to an unimportant triviality is another.
Covering up or minimizing certain facts works towards the same end. Like a salesmen selling you bad insurance, the trick is in the presentation of falsehood rather than the search for truth.
The liar has a bag of tricks with him wherever he goes. He employs the art of cultivating phony relationships so as to pursue his goals. He practices the art of persuasion rather than the craft of diligent inspection.
He will pose as your friend while relentlessly undermining you. Should you express doubt, he will be quick to accuse you of betrayal and unkindness. These very tactics are woven into the propaganda that has been presented to the unsuspecting as history; stories that you dare not question.
We are fed facts that cannot be questioned, and stories that undermine our morale.
The giveaway is that you cannot question the official story, and right there you know or should know, you’ve been had.
Those who practice the arts of deception get away with it time and again because most of us would never conceive of doing such a thing. Of course, people tell little white lies, mostly to protect themselves, but the really big lies take pros.
So what you will find inside this collection are different stories on different subjects of history that present the unknown facts, along with exposing some of the blatant lies. I hope that they are food for thought and stimulus to continue your own search for the truth.
Thank you for your interest.