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The Wétiko Disease of Aggression, Violence, and Imperialism

By: Jack D. Forbes — Professor of Native American Studies and Anthropology – University of California, Davis

Any man who is attached to the senses and to the things of this world, is one who lives in ignorance and is being consumed by the snakes which represent his own passions . . . [Such a person is] one who is distracted, who is ruled by his senses, and who lives for himself rather than for his people. [From The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk's Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux, recorded and edited by Joseph Epes Brown. Copyright 1953 by the University of Oklahoma Press, pp. 4n, 7n.]

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Forbidden history : prehistoric technologi…

Publisher descriptionChallenges the scientific theories on the establishment of civilization and technology • Contains 42 essays by 17 key thinkers in the fields of alternative science and history, including Christopher Dunn, Frank Joseph, Will Hart, Rand Flem-Ath, and Moira Timmes • Edited by Atlantis Rising publisher, J. Douglas Kenyon In Forbidden History writer and editor J. Douglas Kenyon has chosen 42 essays that have appeared in the bimonthly journal Atlantis Rising to provide readers with an overview of the core positions of key thinkers in the field of ancient mysteries and alternative history. Link to read online — Forbidden History

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The Secret History of the World

The Secret History of the World

The Secret History of the World   And How To Get Out Alive About Synopsis Author Reviews Details {tab= Preface | blue } Preface by Patrick Rivière This book of revolutionary importance is essential reading. With this original work, Laura Knight-Jadczyk shares with us her prodigious discoveries that put into question History as well as our habitual observations concerning the myth of the “Grail”. She does this by revisiting the Bible and comparative mythology, looking closely into parallel universes and hyperspace, and penetrating into quantum physics, genetics, and the mysteries of the diverse creations populating the hyperdimensions of the Cosmos. Throughout her exposé, Laura Knight-Jadczyk refers to two powerful works of the scientist-alchemist Fulcanelli: The...

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In Our Image

In Our Image

In Our Image America's Empire in the Philippines About Synopsis Author Reviews Details Videos Stanley Karnow goes back 500 years to paint a fascinating portrait of Philippine history, ultimately focusing on the U.S.'s imperial experience in the islands. Here is the truth about America's attempt to remake the Philippines "in our image" — complete with American political, educational, and cultural institutions.  "Authority and great insight." — Time. 494 pages with 16 pages of photographs. ISBN: 0394549759  —  LCCN: 88042676 Random House © 1969 Login to read/borrow/share {tab= Preface | blue } The origins of this book date back thirty years, when as a foreign correspondent I first began to report from Asia.  My vast territory included the Philippines, a country that...

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Gold Warriors

Gold Warriors

Gold Warriors America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold About Synopsis Author Reviews Details Blank {tab= Great Masses of Treasure | blue } Great masses of treasure in gold, platinum, diamonds, other precious gems, solid gold Buddhas, art works, ancient artifacts, priceless manuscripts, were confiscated or stolen from 12 countries conquered by Japan between 1895 and 1945. In 1943 a U.S. submarine blockade prevented Japan from shipping all the war loot home. It was hidden in caves and underground vaults in the Philippines using POWs and slave labor, under the command of General Yamashita and Japanese princes including Emperor Hirohito's brothers. U.S. agents caught, tortured and bribed Yamashita's driver who showed them 12...

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A World Ruled by Cannibals

The Wétiko Disease of Aggression, Violence, and Imperialism By: Jack D. Forbes — Professor of Native American Studies and Anthropology – University of California, Davis Any man who is attached to the senses and to the things of this world, is one who lives in ignorance and is being consumed by the snakes which represent his own passions . . . [Such a person is] one who is distracted, who is ruled by his senses, and who lives for himself rather than for his people. [From The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk's Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux, recorded and...

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