posted on Mar, 30 2012 @ 05:37 PM
I like history and above all, I like when history is criticized for being a little too well-written?!!
2001 the twin towers burned in NY, the event changed the world ...
It´s in dispute if that the fire was arson.
1933 February 27 the Reichstag building in Berlin burned to the ground...
The fire was proved arson.
What happened next has been gnagged about for 80 years.
1666 London burned to the ground ...
The fire was due according to the story of a maid who forgot to put out fires in a bakery.
Only 6 people died ... all members of the House of Commons.(Unconfirmed saying)
In 64 Rome burned to the ground ...
After that, the emperor Nero had a reason to I get the Christians out of the city because they allegedly have laid out the fire.
Others say that it was Nero himself because he wanted the place to build "his" new Rome.
Shortly thereafter, the very same year the world's first Pope St. Peter was executed by crucifixion upside down.
He was born in France in the year 33 a.d and that very same year Jesus was crucified and the Vatican later based on the tomb of St. Peter.
According to legend of the Merovinians, Mary of Magdalene wasn´t a whore but Jesus's wife. If Jesus had a wife the New Testament collapses and all
which priests have proclaimed for almost 2000 years are declared to be a lie.
Did Nero know what was happening and tried to prevent it?
According to the Swedish Academy's dictionary television's premiere in Stockholm was at the cinema the Red Mill in 1930, but the word is printed in
Swedish the first time 1923.
Slowly but surely, the church lost its power against the media that was the new "church."
Then who owns the media?
The word oligarchy reminds immediately of a bunch of Russians who took power after the Soviet Union broke up in early 90's.
Oligarchy in its true sense can often control hidden in a veil of "democracy" where politicians themselves own large areas, are bribed or
intimidated into submission. In some cases, also called a parliamentary democracy for oligarchy, when the popular vote determined the few individuals
who must make decisions for the public in a single closed group.
Do you recognize it.....
Nope, I'm not the least bit paranoid, but I am more than a little interested in history where we have everything to learn. Follow the white
To me, it all makes sense.