posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 08:58 PM
Increasingly I find I must brush up my German and dive into information that is not being made available in English. There was a time when teams
would work with at least one German, one French, one Spaniard, one Italian, and one English speaker ... you get the idea ... to produce papers and get
the information out as quickly as possible and establish one's territory, so to speak, on the international stage.
I do find it refreshing to read in the German press, but the press in English have reduced the language to lies and propaganda at every level. And at
each level there is a different lie being spun.
As to this site and the artistry of the discoveries, I stand amazed and deeply impressed by the great skill of these human beings of such earlier
ages. There is an authenticity to this 'burial work' that one does not find in the normal burial customs of the English-speaking countries today.
Far from a slaughterhouse, this dying with the King and travelling into the beyond with him was considered a great wonder and a great honour.