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History

History is a lie. History is, as Wendell Holmes stated, “what the people who won say it is.” It has been warped over vast periods of time to fit with each generation’s idea of what is fact and what is truth. Without the existence of the secret societies, our history would have been totally different. The history of mankind is...

Did you know that - fidus in silvis silentibus — faithful to the silent forests, was also the family motto of Viktor Schauberger. His father was master woodsman in Holzschlag at Lake Plockenstein, and Viktor absorbed accumulated wisdom of generations of forest wardens. His mother also taught him to tune in to nature—to listen to its singing in a mountain...

  TIDBITS - Backstory Apollo from Hyperborea - Apollo, the Bearer of Light, patron of poets and travellers, would never abandon his own in distress. He himself had become an outlaw, even seen as the Devil. But as he was not the Devil, he watched over, in accordance with the celestial laws, the forests and the routes. On the bridle of...

During the late 1920s, the German Reichsbank President Dr. Hjalmar Schacht visited his friend, Benjamin Strong, then president of  the New York Federal Reserve Bank and he was given a personal guided tour of the vaults of the bank by Strong. - (In the 1920's several nations voluntarily or involuntarily agreed that all the most significant supplies of gold and...

TIDBITS - backstory  Maier Files  - Within the insider circles of the international community, much of the atrocities and problems of WW1 were blamed on the gold standard -- for the reasons outlined in Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations from 1776. It was sufficient to convince Emperor Hirohito of Japan to travel to the United Kingdom and sign a...

The waters off Skelmorlie on the Ayrshire coast (Scotland) have been suggested as the site of an unidentified U-Boat wreck from World War II. Museum records give the location as N55° 52' W4° 54'. There are no confirmed reports of the wreck, or the circumstances surrounding it, although several elderly residents of Dunoon have spoken of the day during World...