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Savage Scotland No More

Posted by Grumblingone on February 7, 2009

Myth of ‘primitive’ Jacobite army at Culloden laid to rest

Here is a quick example of the manipulation through propaganda that has been going on for hundreds of years. In fact the theme is even pretty common. One where the propagandists cast the enemy as “barbarians”, showing them with clubs and swords and no armor screaming bloody murder running headlong into cannon and gunfire.

Technology moves fast, as soon as it’s discovered it races across well traveled routes. So it is doubtful the Scots wouldn’t have guns going into battle against guns. Also since this was in the 1700s we know that banking had a firm foothold in funding wars, and someone was making a profit from supplying both sides.

My favorite part of this article is the final paragraph where the author states about the re-enactment footage “A spokeswoman said the film was not meant to be realistic. “The aim is to give visitors some insight into the sights, sounds and confusion of the battle for soldiers on both sides,” she said, “rather than to provide a factual representation of the battle.”

So… It’s fiction portrayed as fact once again.


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Nothing happens by accident

Posted by Grumblingone on February 7, 2009

The average American citizen believes that the future of mankind is undetermined, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. This will come as a shock to some, but many understand this to be the case.

Mankind, animals, plants and minerals have all been under the direction of certain groups and individuals since as far back into our history as can be seen. Some direction has been benevolent and some has not, but it has all been directed with an agenda or plan in mind. This is no secret, it’s just that most folks have trouble getting their minds around it and accepting it as fact-o-rama. Just as agendas for good or bad have brought us to where we are today, agendas will take us to where we are going tomorrow.

Most people live life without a plan even though huge mountains of information and data has been published about plans, planning, execution of said plan, etc.
I’m sure many people who read this are not as successful as they hoped or wanted to be. Did they have a plan? Did they follow it? Did they adapt it as you went along? For the vast majority of people, barring lotteries and inheritances, if they didn’t have a plan they probably didn’t achieve success in some area that gave them satisfaction.
Life is not black and white of course, sometimes goals are unachievable in which case one should modify the plan, change direction, or even give up and set a new goal. It all depends…
In many cases a person will let life take them wherever is easiest, this includes corporate executives and the regular working Joe. It’s easier to lie to sell a product and it’s easier to listen to the lie than do without the desired product because it’s not in our best interest.

It is unfortunate that most people are so easily distracted by the flashes and noises of corporate propaganda. It pains me to see so many ignore logic for fanciful tales and empty promises. It is sad that the majority of people basically prove that they need direction despite their complaints against it.

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History Deciphered By Technology

Posted by Grumblingone on February 7, 2009

History is a pack of lies about events that never happened told by people who weren’t there.
– George Santayana, American philosopher (1863-1952)

History: Fiction or Science by Anatoly Fomenko… Delamere Resources

As many folks have learned, trying to understand our history is fraught with confusion. Arguments rage on and tenures are lost over this confusion. Why is there so much confusion? It would appear the answer isn’t as difficult to understand as it is difficult to accept. What we call history is, in all actuality, consensual. This should come as no surprise since most of us are aware of the idea that the winner of a battle writes the history of said battle.

Many prominent figures in history have questioned the consensual history accepted by the majority. Of course these people were ridiculed and their work scoffed at. That doesn’t necessarily make it wrong of course. But in the years of yore, before the mass accumultion of data and knowledge we have at our fingertips these days, proving or even deciphering the mish-mash of historical events was daunting if not impossible. Then along came high-tech and computers.

This set of books, by esteemed mathematician Anatoly Fomenko and his associates, is groundbreaking to say the least. His team collected data about events and persons from ancient and medevil times, amounting to around 10,000 data points. Next, with the aid of COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, they compared these events and persons with each other using complex statistical logarithms involving many types of comparisons looking for patterns at least. By also using Turbosky astronomy software, they were able to accurately date many “ancient” horoscopes. The results are staggering! All of ancient history is fiction! It never happened. Well I mean something happened but we don’t know what it is, or what we do know for sure doesn’t fit into consensual history so it’s thrown out or set in some ancient pre-history and forgotten.

There are seven volumes in this series. These books are condensations of some previous books, abstracts and new results and analysis specifically for this series.  Four volumes are in print in English so far, the first two volumes are online at Google books in their entirety.

History: Fiction or Science? Chronology 1

History: Fiction or Science? Chronology 2

So much can be said about history and quite a bit is covered in these books from chemical and isotope dating to full copies of histories transposed on new kingdoms. They are fascinating reading, although difficult as they do jump around a bit.  It takes a while to be able to change your mind about the names and dates of events and peoples so as to be able to see the correct time-line, which is really only about 1000 years old in written form. All of history that is provable to have happened as described occurred after 1000 AD.

Mathematicians were the original astronomers, astrologers and time keepers of the  past before consensual history was established by the Catholic Church and the Jesuits. Since then these three disciplines were split off and history became something anew. Basically becoming religion itself since it was and is supported and promoted vehemently in the face of conflicting evidence.

Take a peek if you dare. Chapter 1

Disclaimer – I am in no way associated with the authors, contributors or publishers of this body of work. I just find the content important enough to talk about it.

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