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https://youtu.be/qPaPk6oPJxsRegardless of what you think about COVID, whether you like it or not it has now supplanted racism as the most divisive issue facing America. The not so United States is a nation whose populace...
As noted by no less than John Keel it was Ray Palmer of Amazing Stories Magazine who invented flying saucers. Vimanas, which were the flying chariots of the Vedic pantheon and well documented throughout the...
There is a shadow over this world, a pall of darkness and impending doom. It extends over land and sea, creeping through the hallowed corridors of power and extending into the rooms where little children...

§ 11 The writings of the humanists are full of surprises. What is a humanist? Convention has it that ahumanist is a man versed in the knowledge of ancient languages, which is superficially correct. But thiskind word conceals, beneath a smile, the finest irony. A humanist, from the Latinhumanus, is not only apoliceman, but also a politician:umên-istêsis also a singer of love, a trouvère. The links betweentroubadourism and Platonism are undeniable. The Greekplastônikoscharacterises an inventor, a finder(trouvère)and a mystifier. Platonic love is therefore one and the same with chivalric love, namelyjobelin, fromkobalein, “to deceive” or “deception”. Love,emmor(readamor), frommenuô, isenvelopment, seduction.“Qui ne sait celer*ne sait aimer” (“Whoever does not know how tosealdoesnot know how to love”), say the Arrests d’amour § 13. Let us now go back a few centuries and recall the troubling quarrel of Father Jean Hardouin, a renowned professor at the Collège de Clermont (now Louis le Grand), who argued that the poems of Virgil and Horace were false. Nowadays, revelations of this kind go unnoticed or unappreciated: the mind is elsewhere. But it was a tempestuous time, and opinion was divided into two bellicose camps; the camp of the bold Jesuit included prominent figures in the Church […]

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Cover Photo: William SteadSometimes we grow so weary of painting pictures for the blind. Most recently on the ninth of June in various venues we published Pirates Scuttle the Titanic. Its an excerpt from Century...
The façade of the cognitive science building looked to be more modern than most structures at the University. It wasn’t an old campus by American standards, but it wasn’t exactly new either. He wondered privately...

Hi Jack & Orage, Here are the last 3 parts. I’m also including the link to the final compiled file. I’ve gone back over a few things, particularly at the beginning of the translation. I don’t know if I’ll do it again, it was pretty hard and exhausting. I’m off to crack open a cold beer and wish you all a great day! The Complete File :  https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/kcrtm7bi9411m195xh5qn/La-Chevalerie-Amoureuse-Amorous-Chivalry.docx?rlkey=9llgn941es001r5tpufsl990l&dl=0 Part 7/8/9 : § 73. But ierne is above all a synonym of verne, from the Latin verna, feminine of vernus (a pun on Venus), “spring”, the season of flowers. Verna is therefore Flora and Laura by apocope, Petrarch’s Laure, the lover, the courtesan, because verna conceals verrina, the naughty girl, the secret grid or tongue, from grullos, “pig”. This is where the expression “to play a dirty trick” comes from (pig’s trick in French). Verna also refers to a garden where flowers are grown. In the Middle Ages, houses of pleasure were – according to history – called “champs-florys”, as we can see in the old texts and, in Provençal troubadouresque, “camps de flours”. These were Flora’s paradises, the courts of love, the Lodges of Massenia, of the Holy Grail, which have been confused with public houses. Boccaccio, in his Decameron (theka-êmerion, […]

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Cover Photo: https://www.deviantart.com/gbrush/art/MARVELLOUS-JOURNEY-149741923 “The sun grows dark, earth sinks into the sea,  The bright stars  From heaven vanish;  Fire rages,  Heat blazes,  And high flames play  'Gainst heaven itself.”  (22) – The Prophecy of the Witch (The Völuspá from the Poetic Edda) And so the...
Cover Photo: PinterestDr. Lee Merritt Breaks It Down! Deep State's Babylonian Word Magic...The Sun Spot Cycle, Psyops & Influenza, Vibrations & Toxins, Optogenetics & the Travis Scott Concert! (VIDEO)Phil Schneider, who looked and talked more...
"Have you thought of Al-Lāt and al-ʻUzzā And Manāt, the third, the other? "(28)These are the exalted gharāniq, whose intercession is hoped for. To most Westerners The Satanic Verses conjure up images of Neolithic cavemen clamoring in the streets of Europe and the...