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Ali Siadatan

Ali Siadatan

Ali Siadatan has a Masters Degree in French Language & Literature from the University of Toronto. Born in Iran, after the Islamic revolution of 1979 he was thrusted into a spiritual search which lead him to Jesus Christ and to faith in the Gospel. In 1995 he began researching the UFO phenomenon and the relationship […]

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Episode 686 – Chris Kortlander

Wednesday February 8th 2017 In this edition we sit down with Chris Kortlander who founded and built the Custer Battlefield Museum in Garryowen, Montana. Mr. Kortlander tells us about the history of the “Battle of Little Big Horn”, as well as share his knowledge of the different Indian tribes that existed in that period of […]

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Pastor Bruce Engelman

Graduate: Westminster College, B.A. in History and Broadcast Journalism, Hyles-Anderson College M.A. Grad Studies: Ashland Theological Seminary 8 ½ years w/ PBS, ABC and CBS 43 years researching J.F.K. Assassination Founder of Athlete Outreach Website Triumph Baptist Church Episodes Listen to Episode 643 Buy Episode 643 Subscribe to All Episodes

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Episode 625 – Chuck Dixon & Brett Smith

Friday October 14th 2016 In this edition we welcome Chuck Dixon and Brett Smith to discuss their Graphic Novel “Clinton Cash”, the Clinton White House, the Election, Donald Trump’s Bullet Proof Vest, History, and more. Guest Media Chuck Dixon Brett Smith Tracks Run Boy Run – Wookid Related Links: Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel (Amazon […]

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Knight Richard Grove

Richard Grove is an American artist and forensic historian who frames his groundbreaking research into epic artistic representations to educate his audience. In 2015 his work was viewed by individuals in 186 countries, proving that his findings are both relevant and meaningful to people around the world. Richard’s podcast, The Peace Revolution, is consistently ranked […]

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Richard Grove

Richard Grove is an American artist and forensic historian who frames his groundbreaking research into epic artistic representations to educate his audience. In 2015 his work was viewed by individuals in 186 countries, proving that his findings are both relevant and meaningful to people around the world. Richard’s podcast, The Peace Revolution, is consistently ranked […]

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Episode 616 – Richard Grove

Thursday September 29th 2016 In this edition we welcome Richard Grove, a Forensic Historian who’s work reveals the true history and function of long established organizations and policies. Guest Media Richard Grove Tracks Alpha Beta Gaga – Air Related Links: Tragedy And Hope

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Revisited: The Lost Canals of Venice of America [Expanded]

By: KCET.org Secreted away from the hustle and bustle of the famous boardwalk, the picturesque canals of Venice, California, are one of the seaside community’s hidden charms. But in Venice’s early years, the canals that survive today were only a sideshow. The main attraction — the original canals of Abbot Kinney’s Venice of America — […]

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19th Century Marriage Manuals: Advice for Young Husbands

By: MimiMatthews.com Published in 1837, The Young Husband’s Book is described as a “manual of domestic duties.” Written by “a mentor” it contains within its pages advice on everything from choosing a wife to dealing with pesky in-laws. Some of the information is merely common sense, the sort of generic advice newlyweds might hear from […]

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Why Cats Were Hated in Medieval Europe

By: Medievalists.net Cats in medieval Europe mostly had a bad reputation – they were associated with witches and heretics, and it was believed that the devil could transform himself into a black cat. In her article, “Heretical Cats: Animal Symbolism in Religious Discourse,” Irina Metzler looks at how this view of felines emerged. Cats filled […]

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When Engineers Had the Stars in Their Sights

By: Spectrum.ieee.org At the height of the space race in the 1960s, Hughes Aircraft Co. was one of many companies that recruited engineers by boasting of its involvement with space projects—even when that involvement was peripheral or the company was looking to fill unrelated positions. But Hughes was the real deal: This ad, from IEEE […]

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Best Alien Hoax Ever

By: BoingBoing.net [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAbU6-Yuuy0&w=618&h=315] In 1958, this glowing extraterrestrial appeared on rural Michigan roads, freaking out drivers before vanishing without a trace. According to witnesses, the “little blue man” was just two feet tall, except when he was ten feet tall. And he “ran faster than any human.” After a police investigation began, Jerry Sprague, […]

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The “Tresco” Sea Serpent of 1903

By: MalcolmsCryptids.blogspot.com.au On pages 368 – 369 of In the Wake of the Sea-Serpents, Bernard Heuvelmans describes the sea serpent allegedly seen by the crew of the Tresco near Cape Hatteras in 1903. His opinion was that the story “reaches the peak of fantasy”, and I have to admit that, from the summary provided, it […]

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Sir Philip Sydney: “Me Seems I Hear, When I Do Hear Sweet Music, the Dreadful Cries of Murdered Men in Forests.”

By: SipseyStreetIrregulars.blogspot.com An estimated 3,000 French Protestants (Huguenots) were massacred in Paris and a further estimated 7,000 in the provinces. According to tradition, Catherine de’ Medici persuaded her son, King Charles IX of France, to order the assassination of key Huguenot leaders who had gathered in Paris for the wedding of their leader, Henry of […]

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Russia Seeks to Identify Remains of Czar’s Murdered Family

By: SperoForum.com Russia’s Investigative Committee, an equivalent of America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation, says that the mortal remains of Czar Nicholas II and his wife Alexandra were exhumed in order to determine the identity of certain bone fragments that may belong to two of their children. The imperial family – the czar, czarina, and five […]

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