There were so many good articles sent to me in the past week that it was next to impossible to determine what to blog about. In fact, I decided this week to put out a Saturday "grab bag" of articles that were sent, on topics that I've blogged about before, or that we have discussed in vidchats and so on. This is just a sample - a very small sample - of how much diversity there is in the articles people send me, and these were particularly noteworthy. I hope you enjoy this little collection. So here we go:

1) pre-born babies react to classical music and seem, at a very young age, to recognize the music of their own culture(courtesy of Mr. C.S.):

Which music stimulates your baby?

2) Out-of-Africa hypothesis under more assault; ancient tools discovered in China(courtesy of Ms. M.W. and Ms. K.M.):

Oldest Tools Outside Africa Found, Rewriting Human Story

Out of Africa' re-examined after latest discovery in China

3) Anti-vaccine lawyer sued by state because "they" want his client records (courtesy of Mr. V.T.):


4) Vatican bank head on manufactured demographic crisis(courtesy of Mr. G.P):

Former Vatican Bank chief: Authors of New World Order demographic collapse influencing the Vatican

5) Iraq looting is back again; and Ethiopia says original tablet of the Ten Commandments is in Westminster Abbey (courtesy of Mr. S.):

British Museum show focuses on Assyrian antiquities targeted by Islamic State

Ethiopia claims Ten Commandments tablet hidden in Westminster Abbey

6) Dying organs restored, but are we getting the full story? (Shared by Mr. V.T.):

Dying Organs Restored to Life in Novel Experiments

7) White South African farmers are seeking refuge from the socialist paradise... in Russia! (Shared by Mr. P.K. and many others):

Russia is considering taking in 15 000 white farmers

8) Stunning pictures of ancient temples (shared by Mr. V.T.):

Temples hidden in the jungle and tombs carved into rock faces: Stunning new book unravels the mysteries of the world's ancient abandoned civilisations




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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos toledo on July 13, 2018 at 7:13 pm

    The not out of Africa is more like back to the future moment from the late nineteenth century to the late mid-twentieth century. Asia was considered the cradle of mankind. There is the eight hundred pound gorilla in the room how long have humans roam the Americas that could bring down a whole house of cards if a true search was done of that hemisphere.

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