Category Archives: History

Thanksgiving Day in America – 2019

In America, Thanksgiving has traditionally been a celebration of the blessings of the year, including the harvest. The first American Thanksgiving was celebrated by the early settlers of the Plymouth Plantation, an English colonial venture in North America in present-day Plymouth from 1620 to 1691 after their first harvest in 1621. In Britain, the Harvest Festival, a carryover from paganism,

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Midsummer 2019

Midsummer is the period of time centered upon the Summer Solstice, when the Sun completes its northbound journey in the sky and appears to stop in its tracks (for 3 days) relative to Earth, and more specifically the cultural celebrations that accompany the actual solstice between June 20 and June 24, for it marks the longest day of the year. During

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30th Anniversary: Robert Lazar – Area 51 and Alien Spacecraft

Exactly 30 years ago today, on March 22nd, 1989, government physicist Robert Lazar took a few friends out to the edges of Area 51 Nevada (a highly classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range), to observe a test flight of a flying disc. Lazar was aware about the extraterrestrial engineering exploitation program,

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The Astrology of Christmas: 336 – 1955

Modern church historians are in agreement that Christ began his ministry during the month of October in 29 A.D. – “Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is Near” – during in the 15th year of the Emperor Tiberius’ reign. Second Century Christian scholars, such as Irenaeus, said that Jesus “was beginning to be about thirty years of age” [Against Heresies h, II,

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