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A snake clasped in the hand of England’s Queen Elizabeth I has appeared in a painting from the 1580s or 90s lending credence to the link between reptilian aliens and the European royal families.
The painting by an unknown artist of the hideous dead queen has been unearthed from archives at the National Portrait Gallery in London to accompany the exhibit Concealed and Revealed: The Changing Faced of Elizabeth I, on show from Mar. 13 to Sept. 26.
The snake was painted over by a bunch of roses, and the gallery stated in a press release that the removal of the snake may have been because of the ambiguity of the symbolism attached to the creature.
Snakes have sometimes been used to represent wisdom, reasoned judgement and prudence but also aliens, Satan and original sin.
A statement from the gallery said: “The snake is mainly black but has greenish blue scales and was almost certainly painted from imagination.”
The gallery also revealed X-ray technology uncovered the paining of the Tudor monarch covers a portrait of an unknown woman in a French hood with her head facing the opposite direction and in a higher position than the queen.
The mystery woman’s eyes and nose are visible through chipped paint on Elizabeth’s forehead.
Dr. Tarnya Cooper, of the Making Art in Tudor Britain project told BBC News, “The queen certainly owned jewellery and costume including emblems of serpents, which were probably understood as a symbol of wisdom. However no other portrait of Elizabeth appears to depict her holding a snake.”
The theory about the reptilian aliens is essentially that the aliens, such as the Anunnaki, visited Earth in intervals of 3,600 years when their planet Nibiru was closest in orbit to Earth.
The time-frame is supported by the Sumerian texts that document the ancient people that became the backbone for the Old Testament texts.
Also, the critical periods of development of humans occurred around every 3,600 years: the beginning of farming circa 11,000 B.C.; prehistoric culture circa 7,500 B.C.; civilization circa 3,800 B.C. according to research by Sitchen (Jim Marrs, Rule by Secrecy, p. 393).
During the time before the civilizations of Mesopotamia, as documented in Cuneiform, the aliens supposedly used the humans in the area as workers for building projects, such as dams and mining, and breed with some of the humans to create hybrids.
Former chairman of the Department of Journalism at the University of Texas at El Paso Joe Lewels stated in his 1997 book The God Hypothesis that Jehovah was a being of flesh and blood who flew in a craft that created wind, fire and noise, and the same vehicle was used to transport Moses to the top of Mount Sinai.
Lewels noted that Moses and the Israelites were forbidden to see Jehovah’s face, possibly because it was so nonhuman that it would have caused great fear.
He commented on the Mandaeans, and early Jewish sect that believed in a dualistic universe, divided equally into the worlds of light and darkness: “To them, the physical world, including the Earth, was created and ruled over by the Lord of Darkness, a reptilian being…variously called Snake, Dragon, Monster and Gian…thought to be the true creator of humanity.”
Lewels and other researchers concluded that Biblical Jehovah was one of the ancient Sumerian “gods” who took a particular interest in the descendants of the Mesopotamian patriarch Abraham.
Freemason writers, such as Manly P. Hall wrote that the Masons’ “secret knowledge” was traceable back to Mesopotamia.
He stated that ancient secret knowledge passes down through Freemasons was given to humans by “their progenitors, the Serpent Kings, who reigned over the Earth. It was these Serpent Kings who founded the Mystery Schools [of Egypt and Mesopotamia]…and other forms of ancient occultism” (Marrs, p.407).
The aliens then placed some of their hybrids to rule over the other humans, and these appointed hybrids became the lineage of the pharaohs in Egypt and the royalty of Mesopotamia, which is why those royals claimed they were gods on Earth.
The royalty of that region of Earth moved outward into other parts of the world creating the royal lineages of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, and people of those regions were visited by the reptilian aliens as well.
Writings, paintings and sculptures from the time of the ancient Zulu, Aztec, Mya, Egyptian, Japanese, Chinese, Oceania aboriginals and other civilizations of that era all depict reptilian creatures in the form of gods, monsters and dragons that lived amongst their people and both helped and battled against the humans.
It is believed the occurrence of the reptilians in all of these cultures were an invasion of reptilian aliens on Earth.
The aliens asked the people to revere and worship them, which later became the representation of Satan, the Devil.
It is believed that currently a number of royals around the world and the super-elite continue to partake in ancient serpent religious ceremonies, possibly continue to have contact with reptilian aliens and hold secrets passed-down through the elite level of secret societies such as the Freemasons and Illuminati that were bestowed upon them by reptilian aliens.
People who have added proof to this theory have encountered harassment by military organizations and have been murdered.
Author of The Body Snatcher: A True Story of Body Snatching by the Reptilians – A Real Alien Conspiracy Jennie Gosbell, pen-name Susan Reed, was found drowned in Oct. 2009 at age 44 while on vacation alone in Nassau, Bahamas.
She had told conspiracy guru David Icke a number of times that she was warned she would be “removed.”
Also, author of Behold a Pale Horse and former U.S. military officer William Cooper was shot and killed Nov. 2001 at his home in Edgar, Arizona by alleged officers of the Apache County Sheriff’s office after a number of attempts by government officials to jail him for voicing his opinions on the New World Order, alien interference with humans, and the Illuminati and other secret societies.
For more information on these subjects read books by authors, such as Jim Marrs, William Cooper, Susan Reed, David Icke, R. A. Boulay and Manyl P. Hall.
Photo from BBC: the painting today (left) and an artist’s depiction of how the snake may have looked originally.
Most of the ’science stuff’ I read has to do with ridiculous studies about obvious things like how smoking is bad for you and America’s children are fat asses. These types of science usually tend to make me forget just how scary it can actually be. In a new instance-Illuminati mind control scary.
Science is now looking at techniques to alter memories with the purpose of easing the tension and fear in people with post traumatic stress. The key words in that sentence, for those who may have missed them are: Alter Memories.
What? No, really, what? I couldn’t remember. Where am I?
Patients take roofies the hypertension drug propranololre and are then given a new, less-intense script of what happened to them which replaces the old one. The treatment could also be used to “affect the mind’s ability to enhance happy memories, which can make them seem even more pleasurable than the original event.”
Sounds like a nice thing, until someone gets eternal sunshined on the spotless mind and has all memories erased. Like cloning, it seems like a good thing and can help a lot of people, but the damage it could do if used improperly, seems to outweigh all else.
Damn you science-Get back to telling us that everyone ages 16-25 is a binge drinker, based on the parameters of bingeing being like two drinks a sitting, or that Twinkies aren’t good for your long-term health.
Bad Tölz, Bavaria
A CATHOLIC MASS ISN'T normally a debating society, but sometimes enough is simply enough. At Sunday mass at the parish church in the Bavarian town of Bad Tölz, a pastor’s unspeakable past finally caught up with him. It was revealed last Friday that sixty-two year-old Pastor Peter H., who had been providing pastoral care at the church for the past two years, had been tried and convicted of sexual abuse in 1986. Not only had this conviction been kept secret, but the priest’s superior at one time – Joseph Ratzinger, the former Archbishop of Munich who is today better known as Pope Benedict XVI – had knowingly moved this known pedophile from parish to parish. He was finally sent to Bad Tölz in 2008 under the condition that he engage in no “children’s, youth, or altar boy work.” However, he did end up conducting two children’s services at the church and also took part in youth retreats.
As far as anyone knows, Peter H. did “nothing, absolutely nothing” wrong during his previous twenty-one year tenure in the town of Garching, nor is anything known about any inappropriate activities in Bad Tölz. Even so, Peter H.'s colleague, Pastor Rupert Frania, told the Süddeutsche Zeitung, “I would like to have known about this earlier.”
At yesterday’s mass, Pastor Frania substituted for Peter H. and began a homily regarding his friend’s case. But as soon as he cited the example of the Prodigal Son and the need for forgiveness, the congregation rebelled. A young couple that was scheduled to be married by the disgraced priest got restless. It appears that they had just learned about the priest’s past from the media. “I can’t listen to this anymore!” the man shouted. “You can’t keep changing the subject!” According to the Süddeutsche, some of the mass goers applauded, others told him to shut up. A debate ensued. For several minutes the congregation discussed the case, and continued after the mass was over. Peter H. has been suspended, effective immediately. His supervisor has submitted his resignation.
The newspaper recently discovered that in 1980 Bishop Ratzinger approved the transfer of the pedophile priest to Bavaria to work in a new parish. The man had gotten an eleven year-old boy drunk and forced him to fellate him. Once in Bavaria he was once more caught in the act and put on trial. Peter H. was sentenced to eighteen months in prison and fined €4,000. In 1982, Ratzinger moved to Rome to become head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and essentially washed his hands of the matter.
This revelation is only the latest in an avalanche of appalling - and frankly mind-boggling - news for the Catholic Church in Germany and the rest of Europe. Ever since reports emerged of systematic sexual abuse at Berlin’s elite Canisius-Kolleg high school last January, stories of rape and fellatio perpetrated by Catholic priests in church-run institutions throughout the country have been bombarding the newspapers on a daily basis. It seems as if anyone who had ever been sodomized by a priest in the past fifty years has suddenly found his voice, making the Holy Catholic Church in this country appear like little more than a stiff-lipped pedophile ring.
But as usual in these cases, the cover-up is even worse than the crime, and for the first time the Pope himself has been implicated. The Church is closing ranks. Today, Archbishop Rino Fisichellal, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, told the Corriere della Serra that “any attempt to draw the Pope and the entire Church into the abuse scandal is an act of violence and a sign of incivility. Benedict's story, his life and his writings, speak for themselves.”
The pontiff is remaining silent for the moment, and this is probably a wise choice under the circumstances. There’s no knowing how much longer this crisis will last… and where it will stop. Just yesterday, new accusations were levelled at the management of the celebrated Regensburger Domspatzen boys’ choir, where it was reported that the endemic physical and sexual abuse the choirboys suffered there did not terminate in the 1960s, as previously believed, but continued at least until 1992. And who was the choir’s “extremely choleric and hot-tempered” director in those years? None other than Georg Ratzinger, the Pope’s elder brother.
Is their "innocence" just an illusion?
The legendary Regensburger Domspatzen
By Quentin McDermott
Updated Mon Mar 8, 2010 8:48pm AEDT
Fresh evidence implicating the Church of Scientology in the mistreatment and exploitation of some of its most loyal adherents will be aired on Four Corners tonight.
The allegations come just days before an expected Senate vote on whether to launch a Parliamentary inquiry into the church.
Tonight's program, Scientology: The Ex-Files, focuses on the stories of Australians and Americans who have left the church and are now speaking out. Some are taking legal action against the church.
The men and women featured in the program belonged to Scientology's elite unit of full-time staffers, the Sea Organisation - or Sea Org.
The allegations in tonight's program include first hand accounts that some women have been coerced into having abortions because the Sea Org does not allow its members to have children while they work in the organisation; that children as young as 15 are interrogated about their sex lives, asked to work excessive hours, and punished severely if they fail to meet targets for recruiting members of the public; and that 'public' Scientologists - Scientologists who live and work in the broader community - are pressured over long periods of time into donating their life savings to the church.
The church itself denies the allegations, and is vigorously defending the legal actions which are underway in the United States.
As a religion, the Church of Scientology is tax-exempt in Australia and the United States. In other countries - for example, the United Kingdom - it does not have charitable status.
The UK Charity Commission has determined that the Church of Scientology was not established for the public benefit.
Over the past year, the Church has opened a number of new churches around the world, largely it is believed, funded by tax-free donations from ordinary parishioners.
Tonight's program features an exclusive interview with a former rugby league player, Joe Reaiche, who played for Eastern Suburbs and Canterbury Bankstown in the 1970's.
Mr Reaiche, who now lives in America, was declared a "suppressive person" and expelled from the church in 2005.
He has not seen his children - who work in Hollywood and who remain public Scientologists - since then, and says he believes that they were warned not to contact him after he was declared a "suppressive person".
Mr Reaiche told reporter Quentin McDermott: "You don't do that to a parent."
Church of Scientology spokesman, Tommy Davis, denies that the church has a policy of disconnection.
He says that members of the Church are free to maintain contact with relatives who have been expelled, but acknowledges that they would not then be welcome in the Church.
Mr Davis told Four Corners: "If somebody is expelled from the church, anybody who insists on continuing to be connected to somebody who's been expelled from the church would be told that as long as they maintain that connection they're not welcome in the church."
Tonight's program features interviews with three members of the Anderson family from Canberra.
Liz Anderson, who left the church last year, has not seen her eldest daughter Fiona since 2005, when Fiona was posted overseas by the Sea Org in Sydney to join the Sea Org at its base in Clearwater, Florida.
Mr and Mrs Anderson arranged for their youngest daughter Jordan to leave the church last year. Both Jordan and her older sister Fiona joined the Sea Organisation aged 14.
Jordan tells Four Corners that she was asked to work excessive hours for minimal pay - and once worked 72 hours straight without sleep.
The church's senior spokesman, Tommy Davis tells Four Corners that if that were the case, it would be "utterly and completely unacceptable".
Tonight's program also highlights the issue of alleged "coerced" abortions within the church.
Two former members of the church in America describe in detail how they were pressured to have abortions when they fell pregnant to their husbands within the Sea Organisation.
Both women say that they wanted to give birth to the children, but were told not to do so.
Mr Davis tells Four Corners: "Sea Org members do not have children. If someone is a member of the Sea Organisation and they wish to have a child, they would need to do so outside of the Sea Org," but he denies that the church has any policy of coercing women into having abortions.
However, one of the women reporter Quentin McDermott interviewed has composed a list of 40 other women who - she says - say that they too were "coerced" into having abortions in America.
Tonight's Four Corners presents evidence that women inside the Sea Org in Australia have also been put under pressure to have abortions when they fall pregnant.
This week Independent Senator Nick Xenophon is expected to move that an inquiry take place into "the abuses against Australians that have taken place within the organisation of Scientology".
Senator Xenophon told the Senate last November: "Scientology is not a religious organisation. It is a criminal organisation that hides behind its so-called religious beliefs."
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd commented at the time: "Many people in Australia have real concerns about Scientology. I share some of those concerns."
Thursday , March 04, 2010
Cops said a couple addicted to computer games let their real-life baby starve to death while raising a virtual daughter online, The Sun reported.
The couple spent up to 12 hours a day at Internet cafes leaving their 3-month-old daughter home alone at their apartment in Suwon, South Korea.
Cops say the couple had become obsessed with living online and neglected their real lives.
They raised an avatar baby through their profiles on a Second Life-style game called PRIUS, while their real daughter was given just one bottle of milk a day.
Dad Kim Yoo-chul, 41, and mum Choi Mi-sun, 25, called the emergency services when they returned from one online session and found their daughter dead.
But cops became suspicious about how severely dehydrated the tot was.
"She appears to have starved to death because she was not fed for such a long period of time," said a spokesman for the National Scientific Criminal and Investigation Laboratory, which carried out an autopsy on the girl.
Dr. Keith Ablow, a psychiatrist and Fox News contributor, said humans are at a critical moment in society — "when our fascination with online activities is beginning to eclipse our attention to reality."
"I believe that sites like Second Life can cleave vulnerable people from their genuine relationships and emotions and turn them into "pretenders" who live a fake, if not delusional, existence," Ablow said.
"Millions of us are turning into the stars of what amounts to the reality show version of our lives. This is a massive loss of emotional grounding and invites depression, anxiety, drug use and violence."
The girl was initially well-cared for by her grandmother — but her health deteriorated after she moved back in with her parents.
She tragically died in September last year.
Cops tried to arrest the parents, but they disappeared after the baby's funeral.
They caught up with them on Tuesday and they have since been charged with child abuse and neglect.
"Due to our sense of guilt, we have not been to a PC gaming room over these five months," the parents told cops after their arrest.
Online games are massively popular in South Korea.
A 28-year-old man dropped dead recently after playing his favourite game Starcraft for 50 hours non-stop without eating and drinking.
“Strength Through Unity, Unity Through Faith.” This V for Vendetta slogan echoed the dystopia of George Orwell’s 1984 — and what better way to embrace it than through vintage-inspired propaganda posters that cite pop-culture influences? Why, they’re even sneakier than those Illuminati pop stars. After the jump, peruse some of our favorite propaganda parodies, featuring everyone from Captain America to Kermit the Frog. But before you look, be warned: You might just walk away brainwashed, ready to start a revolution. On Planet Melmac.
Fight For Bikini Bottom by Björn Dammann
Cobra Calls You by Alessandro Von Victor
Loose Tweets Sink Fleets by Brian Lane Winfield Moore
Dr. Manhattan by Dave Perillo
Kermit the Gorf by Dave Pryor
Captain America by Anthony Cruz
Loose Lips Bring Down Starships by Cliff Chiang
Hope for Melmac by Roberlan Borges Paresqui