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    Fri. July 29 -- Paul Dunbar's critique of Joe's 'Tempest' post

    Thanks, Jerry! We have made contact.
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    Fri. July 29 -- Paul Dunbar's critique of Joe's 'Tempest' post

    My goodness, has it been that long? Could you please tell me how to get in touch with Joe? I wonder if he has any more books in him. I listen to him with Tim on Powers and Principalities, but that's not the same as the great discussions between Jerry and Joe back in the day. I just discovered...
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    Sept. 8: Craig Rice, Anatoly Fomenko, Flat Earth. Sophistry!

    I have followed Jan for a long time; I'm pretty sure I've heard all of his podcasts. I have his book, co-authored with Andrew Rutajit, "Astrotheology & Shamanism: Christianity's Pagan Roots, A Revolutionary Reinterpretation of the Evidence". This book made sense to me, as far as it went. Jan has...
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    Sept. 8: Craig Rice, Anatoly Fomenko, Flat Earth. Sophistry!

    Too bad about Yawn Irvin finally going off the deep end. His work, especially on the Trivium and exposing MKULTRA, was very interesting and useful for several years. I have always wondered if all the drugs he admitted to ingesting would have a deleterious effect on his cognitive abilities. The...
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    Aug. 5: Clinton Cash & Corruption

    In order to keep myself thoroughly confused, I follow both James Corbett (anarchist/voluntarist) and Webster Tarpley (Tax Wall Street party/FDR New Dealist). Corbett suggests that you vote for no one. Tarpley has been saying for months that Trump is truly crazy, and that he has a Fascist mass...
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    Fri. July 29 -- Paul Dunbar's critique of Joe's 'Tempest' post

    I just have to say something else. I was very glad to hear Joe speak so highly of John Hudson and his work. I can understand how Joe would feel that John is rather ungrateful to Joe in his rather terse acknowledgement of Joe's invaluable and indispensable contribution by bringing up the whole...
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    Fri. July 29 -- Paul Dunbar's critique of Joe's 'Tempest' post

    Using one of my several noms de plume, I posted this comment on Dunbar's Wordpress article: Mr Dunbar, may I humbly suggest that you read this book and tell us what you think of it? “Shakespeare’s Dark Lady: Amelia Bassano Lanier the woman behind Shakespeare’s plays?” by John Hudson. I would...
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    Fri. July 29 -- Paul Dunbar's critique of Joe's 'Tempest' post

    O Ye of little faith! (Thank God!) (So to speak.)
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    July 15: Evolution - Beyond Social Darwinism

    A couple of random comments here: 1. I recall reading speculation (I know not when or where) about the OT ban on eating pigs (technically, all cloven hoof animals, but the focus was on pigs). The theory is that the ban stemmed from the relative similarity between pigs and humans compared to...
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    The Hidden History of Jesuits

    I haven't seen a film on this topic, but I've read this book. I thought it was entirely plausible, but that's all I can say about it. https://www.amazon.com/Grey-Wolf-Escape-Adolf-Hitler/dp/1402796196
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    The Hidden History of Jesuits

    I'll have a closer look, but at first glance, there sure are a lot of exclamation marks. (!!) ;-)
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    The Hidden History of Jesuits

    Right, whether they actually planned it or not, things sure did turn out that way! I also agree that the Venetians are frequently overlooked by commentators. Webster Tarpley wrote what amounts to a book about them among his various articles. As Webster says, "Gold is where you find it."
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    The Hidden History of Jesuits

    Thanks for the link, previously unknown to me. It looks like it will take some time to dig through it. I knew about his mistreatment of his wife. I'm trying to find a book of letters that she wrote in my local library, but they can't find it on their shelves. My mind races with conspiracy...
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    Who Created the USA and .... WHY?

    Well, as above, so below. ;) Since he changes his "mind" all the time, sometimes in the same sentence, perhaps that makes him an "uncertain trumpet"? https://www.foreignaffairs.com/reviews/capsule-review/1960-04-01/uncertain-trumpet Anyway, the original name was "Drumpf", whatever that is...
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    The Hidden History of Jesuits

    There is an interesting article with many references: " Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Agharta, Shambhala, Vril and the Occult Roots of Nazi Power" that discusses the blatant plagiarism of Bulwer-Lytton's book, "The Coming Race". Here is a link to that article by Joseph Caldwell...
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