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All The DVDs for The 3 Volumes Here for $100 Click Here Kicked Out Of Heaven  Vol. I, II & III: The Untold History of The White Races; cir. 700-1700 a.d. is a 3 volume series that details everything about European society and mentality. In the first volume you will find astounding facts about Natural…

Psychology Today: Are We Really Terrorized By Thoughts of Death?

A strange personification of Death emerged from the Plague years on the painted walls of the Camposanto in Pisa. The figure is not the conventional skeleton, but a black-cloaked old woman with streaming hair and wild eyes, carrying abroad-bladed murderous scythe.  Her feet end in claws instead of toes. Depicting the triumph of Death, the…

The Guardian: Big vagina energy: the return of the sheela na gig

In 1631, provinvial statutes for Tuam order parish priests to hide away, and to note where they are hidden away, what are described in the veiled obscurity of Latin as imagines obesae et aspectui ingratae, in the vernacular ‘sheela na gigs’, i.e. at that time priests had begun to take notice of these ‘fat figures…

National Catholic Register: Pope Francis and the Killer Robots

There follows a long discursive account of the manner in which, through the medium of this servant girl Mary, Don Francisco sent to his latest victim elegant clothes, valuable presents, and personal messages, both polite and endearing, and an invitiation to have dinner with him, which, acting on Mary’s advice, the young lady accepted.  Don…

The Collector: 5 Extraordinary Medieval Women

According to Murray, down to the seventeenth century, there persisted in Europe the relics of a religion centered on the worship of the two-faced horned god Dianus, who represented the cycle of crops and seasons. This agrarian cult was easily confused with devil worshiping and, as such, prosecuted. Though mostly discredited, Murray’s thesis has enjoyed…