Par Lu Paradise • June 19, 2013 • 0 Comments • 1,233 views
Cet article important et très interessant et maintenant encore pas traduit parfaitement, mais en train d’être finalisé! SVP ayez patience, autrement retourne apres. Ici en Anglais. Ici en Allemand. Ici en Espagnol. Ici en Hollandais, et ici en Chinois Traditionel 中文
Also available in English as fully illustrated PPS Powerpoint Presentation 1,6 MB here! Ou comme video en Anglais ici.
Il y a une très vieille photo que personne ne peut voir! Ce n’est pas qu’elle n’existe pas,-elle existe bien!, mais personne n’est vraiment permis de la voir par la «police de la pensée». (George Orwell 1984) Mais même quand les gens la voient, nombreux ne peuvent pas la voir telle qu’elle est vraiment! Au moins, très peu d’entre eux. J’espère que vous le pouvez! Permettez-moi de vous expliquer les faits…
Quand une pieuvre est menacée, elle expulse un nuage d’encre dans le visage de son poursuivant. La pieuvre est toujours là, mais devient temporairement invisible derrière son nuage d’encre pendant qu’elle s’échappe. Continue reading La photo du ptérosaure prise pendant la guerre civile que personne ne devrait voir! “- A lire!
By Jonathan Gray • June 25, 2014
David was stunned. He stared at it. Then shook his head. Finally, he looked me in the eye and said, “Jonathan, this iron peg is the greatest archaeological mystery of all time.”
Then he paused, carefully measuring his words: “…unless Matthew’s eyewitness account is true.”
Please read this amazing report of our Jerusalem expedition and tell me what you think.
SOLVING THE IRON PEG MYSTERY
So, , how would you explain this very strange discovery we have made in Jerusalem? It concerns a tomb and an iron peg. Did we guess right – or is there something we have missed?
You see, some very precise clues (for future archaeologists?) were given in the New Testament account of the crucifixion of Jesus in 31 AD. We are informed in the writings thatJesus was crucified:
- (a) “outside the city” (Hebrews 13:12; John 19:20)
- (b) at a place called “the Skull” (Matthew 27:33; Mark 15:22; Luke 23:33; John 19:17)
Continue reading The Mystery of the Iron Peg
by Lu Paradise • May 22, 2014 • 2 Comments — 34 views
King Arthur was a legendary king from Avalon, South Wales, the famed royal Christian leader of the Knights of the Round Table, and by mainstream historians deemed to be a “myth”, as always of course!
Well, Alan Wilson & Barren Blackett and various other experts have discovered documents, artifacts, & archaeological evidence that King Arthur’s grave are still around, in a possible burial mound in East Wales. A notable artifact found in an adjacent memorial chapel ruin is a 79 % silver solid Celtic Cross with Latin inscription, ‘Pro Anima Artvrivs’, For the soul of Arthur!
The BBC looked at the evidence, and pooh-poohed it, Wicked Pedia denies and covers up this dramatic discovery, as well as British Academia & establishment, and Google! All are trying to suppress this remarkable national discovery, of course! The big question of course is “Why!” Must Watch this series of videos! Continue reading The Archaeological Find of the Millennium: King Arthur! Suppressed by BBC, academia, royals, UK establishment, & Wicked Pedia! Why the Cover-Up!
by Lu Paradise • June 17, 2014 • 0 Comments — 2 views
Selected Articles From DancingFromGenesis June, 2014
Maize Cultures of Western Hemisphere Depended on Domesticated Strains While Old World on Wild Wheat
The earliest cultures of the Americas such as the Olmec and the Tiawanaku were dependent on domesticated maize as they developed, for wild maize cobs and kernels were undersized, tiny, selective breeding ‘though having rapidly brought about high yield maize crops.
Circa 2000 BC when maize was being domesticated for mass production in the Americas, to support those living in cities, in the Middle East and southern Europe wheat grew wild which could be easily harvested to support even population centers.
It’s interesting that ‘though the ancient Americans had the wheel for toys, they did not use wheels for transport of product, for lack of beasts of burden (except the llama in the Andes) one could suppose, and difficult terrain, craggy mountains and swamps where sleds pulled by humans were apparently more practical. Continue reading Flood Legends, Maize Cultures, Geometrical Precession, Giza, Atlantis Location, Mystery of Amazon
by Lu Paradise • 2014-07-15 • 194 views
“Ancient Origins” is a fully-formed, fully-funded new kid on the ‘Origins of Mankind’ block, pretending it is doing “honest research yada yada to discover our origins“, yet chose from the get-go that the debate is really over and there is after all a “Darwinian Consensus” of course, and they really wish to stuff that down YOUR amateur historian throat! Where does A.O. so suddenly come from?
When it first started it worked from a collective mail address in London, but now from Australia, and the only human that can be extracted is April Holloway, and no other names are given. Yet the website is professional and lavish with nice artwork, definitely not cheap with some free WordPress theme as most real alternative media do. Continue reading “Ancient Origins” is anything BUT & so the funded info war goes on!
by Lu Paradise • January 17, 2011 • 2 Comments • 248 views
This is some more amazing 5 days old news, corroborating the discovery of Noah’s Ark in former Armenian Uruartu or Ararat mountains, where Noah’s Ark landed. According to wine experts and wine scientists, the wine cultivation has always been known as having originated in Armenia, where the Bible book Genesis reports Noah as having planted a vineyard after he landed there with his ark. He produced his first wine harvest and promptly got drunk, and was treated disrespectfully by his son Ham, who looked on his father’s nakedness in the privacy of his tent.
It is fantastic how real history brings out and confirms the details of Biblical history. Enjoy! Only their dating methods may be a little bit off, as according to the consensus of most scholars, the Ark landed approximately 4,500 years ago. They date it 1,500 years older. Well, it’s pretty darn close! I’d say. Continue reading World’s oldest winery discovered in Armenian cave
By Power Point Paradise • April 15, 2011 • 1 Comment — 4,784 views article in English here!
每一位在中國、台灣以及大中華地區的學子們很早就已經學過中國的始祖和歷史。 但大部分的中國古老歷史都被修飾美化超過近4500年而且演變成了神話。因此現今21世紀的中國人對於他們最早的祖先相當模糊，若不是這篇文章裡揭露這有 趣的發現，直到末日前，他們可能對自己最早的祖先仍然是模糊不清的。
– 中國歷史和神話簡介 –
Continue reading 中國神話的苗族說明證實了諾亞洪水的歷史
Image Above: John Lubbock (in box) giving dinosaur skeleton-illustrated presentation on evolution to naive English peers in 1905.
“History is a single continuum, but it is common practice for historians to artificially divide history into different epochs for research and education, a process called periodisation. Because such divisions are arbitrary, there are several different designations used widely in the study and discussion of historical periods.” [answers.yahoo.com]
Arbitrary? Sure! Imagine I would divide 20th Century History into 1. Pre Rock & Roll Era, and 2. Post Rock & Roll Era. That would be arbitrary, because I would not only neglect Jazz, Classical, Big Band, Heavy Metal, Pop, Funk, etc.…, but I would ‘periodise’ and judge history merely by music! How about the other arts like dance or painting? And how about religion, economics and politics! That’s arbitrary! Continue reading 19th Century Banker John Lubbock Crippled Ancient History Science as Darwinian Paleo-Stone Age! Why not Mega-Stone Age?
by Lu Paradise” • July 12, 2013 • 541 views
I don’t advertise books, but I unashamedly promote the results of the fantastic research and analysis of Mr. Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr., because the man single-handedly and successfully cracked the Greek Mythology Code. (I haven’t even read it, only his website!) But other so-called experts of yore on Greek mythology, compared to him, were amateurs describing puzzling phenomena with expensive words because they didn’t understand them. Continue reading Ancient Greeks knew ALL about Eden, Fall, Flood before Genesis was known and mentioned them ALL in their mythology!