The Reptilian Aliens and the Council of the 13 'Royal' Families Excerpts from Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation The leader of the Earth's Illuminati is called the "Pindar". ... Excerpts from Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation The leader of the Earth's Illuminati is called the "Pindar". The Pindar is a member of one of the 13 ruling Illuminati families, and is always male. The title, Pindar, is an abbreviated term for "Pinnacle of the Draco". Symbolically, this represents the top of power, control, creation, penetration, expansion, invasion, and fear. The holder of this rank reports to the purebred Reptilian leader in the inner Earth. Recently, there are reports that the Marquis de Libeaux is the Pindar, but this is disinformation. He is based in Germany near Frankfurt. Interestingly, there is a winery on the east end of Long Island, not far from Montauk Point, called Pindar Vineyards. This fits nicely into the plan, as this area will be a part of the capital district of the Earth/United Nations in the Empire State! Publicly, Mr.
Illuminati in Hollywood movies exposed with Alex Jones Estrela alienígena invadiu sistema solar Uma estrela alienígena passou pelo nosso sistema solar... há 70 mil anos. Segundo uma equipa de astrónomos norte-americanos, a estrelas esteve cinco vezes mais perto do que a nossa vizinha mais próxima, do sistema triplo Alpha Centauri. A anã vermelha, conhecida como estrela de Scholz, andou pelos limites do sistema solar, na nuvem de Oort, tendo por companheira uma anã castanha, ou seja, uma estrela falhada. A descoberta foi revelada num artigo publicado no Astrophysical Journal Letters, por uma equipa liderada pelo astrónomo Eric Mamajek, da Universidade de Rochester, Nova Iorque. A equipa calculou a trajetória passada de um objeto descoberto em 2013, a estrela de Scholz, e diz poder afirmar com uma segurança de 98% que esta viajou pela região exterior da nuvem de Oort, a apenas 0,8% anos-luz do Sol - Proxima Centauri (do sistema Alpha Centauri) está a 4,2 anos.
Exit Time | Reflection Exit Time by Reflection supported by Raviv Langer Brent Chew Pierre Wennegers YoBi Melting Master (Original Mix) Immediate download of 7-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more). about Exit Time showcases Reflection's true sound combining his unique styles of polyrhytmic style percussion with lush melodies design to tweak your mind and take you to another world credits released 14 August 2013 Produced by Gibb Tartaris Artwork by Splund Mastered at Anti-Logic tags tags: chill dark progressive psytrance downtempo electronic maia brasil records psychedelic zenonesque Canberra license all rights reserved feeds feeds for this album, this artist Reflection Canberra, Australia "Reflection is the dark progressive psy production project of 24 year old music teacher Gibb Tartaris; with a range of influences... more discography more releases... contact / help Contact Reflection Download help Top Bandcamp
Phil Schneider: Assassinated After Disclosure - Full Feature First 3D Map of the Brain’s Connections We knew anatomy could be gorgeous, but this is beyond anything else we’ve ever seen, and it’s guaranteed to be something you haven’t seen, being the first 3D image of a brain’s connections. Van Wedeen, a Harvard radiology professor, is awestruck: “We’ve never really seen the brain – it’s been hiding in plain sight.” Conventional scanning has offered us a crude glimpse, but scientists such as Wedeen aim to produce the first ever three-dimensional map of all its neurons. Photographed above is the 3D image of an owl-monkey’s brain. Link [via] Timeline Photos - Citizens Action Network A close call of 0.8 light years A group of astronomers from the US, Europe, Chile and South Africa have determined that 70,000 years ago a recently discovered dim star is likely to have passed through the solar system's distant cloud of comets, the Oort Cloud. No other star is known to have ever approached our solar system this close - five times closer than the current closest star, Proxima Centauri. In a paper published in Astrophysical Journal Letters, lead author Eric Mamajek from the University of Rochester and his collaborators analyzed the velocity and trajectory of a low-mass star system nicknamed "Scholz's star." The star's trajectory suggests that 70,000 years ago it passed roughly 52,000 astronomical units away (or about 0.8 light years, which equals 8 trillion kilometers, or 5 trillion miles). The star originally caught Mamajek's attention during a discussion with co-author Valentin D. To work out its trajectory the astronomers needed both pieces of data, the tangential velocity and the radial velocity.
wait but why: Putting Time In Perspective Humans are good at a lot of things, but putting time in perspective is not one of them. It’s not our fault—the spans of time in human history, and even more so in natural history, are so vast compared to the span of our life and recent history that it’s almost impossible to get a handle on it. If the Earth formed at midnight and the present moment is the next midnight, 24 hours later, modern humans have been around since 11:59:59pm—1 second. And if human history itself spans 24 hours from one midnight to the next, 14 minutes represents the time since Christ. To try to grasp some perspective, I mapped out the history of time as a series of growing timelines—each timeline contains all the previous timelines (colors will help you see which timelines are which). A note on dates: When it comes to the far-back past, most of the dates we know are the subject of ongoing debate. For teachers and parents and people who hate cursing: here’s a clean, Rated G version.
The U.S. vs. John Lennon The U.S. vs. John Lennon is a 2006 documentary film about English musician John Lennon’s transformation from a member of The Beatles to a rallying anti-war activist striving for world peace during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The film also details the attempts by the United States government under President Richard Nixon to silence him. The film had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. It was released in New York City and Los Angeles, California on 15 September 2006, and had a nationwide release on 29 September. A soundtrack composed of John Lennon tracks was released by Capitol Records and EMI on 26 September 2006. The film explores the political activism that Lennon became strongly involved in with the Beatles and after the band ended. We also see the increasing fear experienced by the US government and CIA. The film features a montage of various different mediums.
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LEAKED: The Internet Must Go Cientistas descobrem esfera alienígena A recente descoberta está a deixar a comunidade científica intrigada. Um grupo de cientistas das universidades de Birmingham e Sheffield, na Inglaterra, descobriram uma minúscula esfera metálica oriunda do espaço. Segundo o jornal Express, a esfera colidiu com um balão que os cientistas tinham enviado para a estratosfera e, segundo os especialistas, a velocidade a que a colisão se deu é prova de que a esfera estava a entrar e não a sair da Terra. “É uma bola de diâmetro comparável ao de um cabelo humano, que tem vida filamentosa na parte externa e um material biológico espesso no centro”, explicou Milton Wainwright do Centro de Astrobiologia da Universidade de Birmingham depois de ter revelado que a esfera tinha, no seu interior, um líquido biológico viscoso. Depois de terem realizado vários testes, os cientistas descobriram que a esfera era composta por titânio e vanádio e a hipótese mais provável é que tenha chegado à Terra através de um cometa. Mas existem também outras teorias.