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You know, I read a book titled The Last Oracle not long ago, and this was very much a part of it. Apparently, old Nazi scientists were interested in engineering the perfect "psychic" autistic savant. When the Nazis were toppled, very select scientists were given refuge for the information they possessed and what they could still learn from "experimentation". Who doesn't want to be the next superpower, you know? But over the years, this project evolved into genetic manipulation yielding such morally questionable results as substantially increased longevity. Unfortunately, this research came at some very appalling costs that were kept very secret. Anyway, the book basically explains how miracles have their price...and some people are more than willing to pay that price, even at others' expenses.edit on 2-11-2013 by AfterInfinity because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: AngryCymraeg
The Soviets. And believe me, when even a paranoid nut like Stalin was convinced that Hitler was dead, there's a good chance that he really was dead!
In a dramatic and unprecedented videotaped interview, Dr. Franciszek Piper, senior curator and director of archives of the Auschwitz State Museum admitted on camera that 'Krema 1,' the alleged 'homicidal gas chamber' shown off to hundreds of thousands of tourists every year at the Auschwitz main camp, was, in fact, fabricated after the war by the Soviet Union -apparently on the direct orders of Josef Stalin.
2) I think it would be absolutely bonkers to take any advice from someone, who cannot spell the word "trojan" correctly. "Trogen"?? ... TRO-GEN? How.. what.. why.. I .. holy..
Yes, I have a hard copy of Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: LLibreckut
Read up on some of Albert Pike's writings.
Are they available in hard copy? (Preferably in editions that can be dated.)