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“America” The Land Of Lucifer; The Real Story Behind The Name

When I was in school, American History usually began with Christopher Columbus. Later I began to wonder just who  the people were who lived here when Columbus “discovered” America. There were, what appeared to be, Masonic Lodges set up by the indigenous people. Who were the Aztecs, Incas, Olmecs etc. Then there is the curious mystery of European, Egyptian, and other artifacts that have been found. We are not being told the whole truth. 

AMERICA, we were told, was named in honor of Amerigo Vespucci, although his authentic Christian name was Alberigo Vespucci. Guyanan novelist Jan Carew argues that   Vespucci changed his Christian name after his voyages to the Americas, This would mean “Amerigo” came from “America” and not the other way around.
America’s Birth Certificate: The name
 America (applied to present-day Brazil)
appeared for the first time on Martin
Waldseemüller’s 1507 world map.
“Carew is resurrecting the ideas of Jules Marcou, a prominent French geologist who while studying North America argued, as did other 19th-century writers, that the name America was brought back to Europe from the New World; and that Vespucci had changed his name to reflect the name of his discovery. Specifically, Marcou introduced the name of an Indian tribe and of a district in Nicaragua called Amerrique, and asserted that this district — rich in gold — had been visited by both Columbus and Vespucci, who then made this name known in Europe (see Marcou’s map). For both explorers the words Amerrique and gold became synonymous. Subsequently, according to Marcou’s account, Vespucci changed his Christian name from Alberico to Amerigo. Carew cites Marcou to back his claim that “in the archives of Toledo, a letter from Vespucci to the Cardinal dated December 9, 1508, is signed Amerrigo with the double ‘r’ as in the Indian Amerrique … and between 1508 and 1512, the year in which Vespucci died, at least two other signatures with the Christian name Amerrigo were recorded.” (See Marcou’s 1875 article in the Atlantic Monthly and his more elaborate work published subsequently in the Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution [1890].)”
If America is not named after Vespucci, then where did the name come from? Marcou, who quotes Le Plongeon, (an imaginative anthropologist) studying the Mayan culture in Yucatan : “The name AMERICA or AMERRIQUE in the Mayan language means, a country of perpetually strong wind, or the Land of the Wind, and sometimes the suffix ‘-ique’ and ‘-ika’ can mean not only wind or air but also a spirit that breathes, life itself. 
 Who exactly is the ” Spirit of the Air” that they worshipped? According to  the Popol Vuh, the sacred, indigenous Maya narrative of creation, he was the great “feathered serpent” creator deity known as Q’uq’umatz; a god considered by scholars to be roughly equivalent to the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl and the Yucatec Mayan Kukulkan.

America came from Amaruca.

Manly P. Hall gives more insight in The Secret Teachings of All Ages:  ”These Children of the Sun adore the Plumèd Serpent, who is the messenger of the Sun. He was the God Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, Gucumatz in Quiché; and in Peru he was called Amaru. From the latter name comes our word America. Amaruca is, literally translated, ‘Land of the Plumèd Serpent.’ The priests of this [flying dragon], from their chief center in the Cordilleras, once ruled both Americas. All the Red men who have remained true to the ancient religion are still under their sway. One of their strong centres was in Guatemala, and of their Order was the author of the book called Popol Vuh. In the Quiché tongue Gucumatz is the exact equivalent of Quetzalcoatl in the Nahuatl language; quetzal, the bird of Paradise; coatl, serpent—‘the Serpent veiled in plumes of the paradise-bird’!”
This is why Masonic Lodges were already here.
Since these ancient serpent legends include the Mesoamerican feathered serpent gods and can be looked upon as a historical testament of that Angel thrown down by God, “then perhaps The Land of the Plumèd Serpent may also be known as the Land of Lucifer,” concludes Ken Hudnall in The Occult Connection II: The Hidden Race.

“America” Means The Land Of Lucifer


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A Short Guide to Palmistry

Since antiquity,  there has been the belief that the lines on the palms of the hands indicate character traits of the person as well as what his or her fortune or destiny holds. Although palmistry deals with interpretation of the lines of the entire hand, there are four areas of the palm which garner the most attention. These creases are the four most prominently visible on the the palm: They are the line of: the heart, the head, life, and fate (also called fortune).


Heart – (Not everyone has a heart line.) Emotions, especially love and sympathy.(Some palm interpreters put a love line at the intersection of the thumb and palm.)

Head – Logic and Intelligence(Some palmists break with ancient tradition and put a logic line near the end of the thumb and still other readers put the logic line on the top of the thumb.)

Life – The length predicts how long a person would live. Short life line; short time. Long life line; long life. (Of course, being killed while a soldier in battle or accidental death terminates what would be normally a long life.)

Fate – Fortune or misfortune; good luck or bad luck; depends on good, solid line or weak and/or broken line.(Some palmists consider the fate line as an indication of being able to acquire wealth and/or carrier financial success.) Not everyone has a Fate line.

Other lines include: health, success, love, marriage, intuition, travel, mysticism, among many others.

While people do have certain lines, creases on their palms; not everyone has all the lines, or creases that palmistry indicates or puts special emphasis on.

In some cases, certain lines are given completely different names and significance from differing palmist readers.

Scientifically, there is no verifiable evidence that lines and circles on the palm of the hand reveals an individual’s personality nor foretell the future of that individual. Palmistry is regarded by scientists as superstition and a pseudo science.

Perhaps the real reason for lines, creases, circles, and such on the palm of the hand is because the hand is very important to humans. We use our hands to build things,write, draw, do painting, eat, etc. The hand is designed to move in many different directions and motions. For every place on the hand where there are prominent lines; that place can move around and bend. Those areas look the way they do because of the muscles thereupon.

Also, the hands are covered entirely with skin. There are times, through old age and wear that the skin loses its elasticity and develops wrinkles.

Hence, the reason for lines, curves, circles, wrinkles on the hands; the skin are completely natural, physical factors; not because of unnatural; supernatural phenomena. This analysis is what science tells us about palmistry.

Because the thickness of the hand and other factors certain lines (not all) will change over time. But, there is a strong, basic framework with the lines of the palm, that start with infancy, and will not change. And no two people, like with fingerprints, have the exact palm lines, creases, circles, etc.

Having only a single palmar crease (once known as “simian crease”) might suggest medical problems at times whereby there is only a partial crease (with the other part of the crease being absent ) is present, many times, with babies born with Down’s syndrome or fetal alcoholic syndrome. But, a doctor considers other medical factors before giving a diagnosis.

Generally speaking, palm lines and creases prevent the skin from bunching up; they act to distribute the area of the skin uniformly; evenly over the hands and this makes the skin of the hand to perform more easily to squeeze, grab, lift up or put down objects and other things.

The intensity and depth of the lines, creases, circular folds, etc. on the palm depends upon genetics, skin and muscular growth, physical outreach development, in relationship to proper health of bodily biology functioning.

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Nazi Gold “Spoils of War”

Financing an army can be very expensive. Cost of supplies, military equipment, weapons, and arms is the main lifeline in war, which can decide the distinction among winning and losing the battle. During the World War II, it was believed that Nazi Germany had a strategy – plunder their casualties to fund its armed forces.

Even before the World War 2 began, Germany expanded their cash reserves by looting three primary sources; Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Danzig. The theft increased Germany’s official gold reserve, by $71 million. This reserve is what we know today as the infamous Nazi Gold.

During the war, this practice served to be very efficient especially on a larger scale. Germany was able to walk off with $550 million including $223 million from Belgium and $193 million from the Netherlands. Although only a rough estimate the amounts do not include cash and treasures collected from private companies and individuals. The total value of Nazi Germany’s stolen assets remains unknown.

Nazi Gold discovery?

In 1939 the US 90th Infantry Paris division engineers blasted a hole in Kaiseroda salt mine in Merkers, Germany in the search of the reputed gold. The blasting revealed 3,682 bags and cartons of German currency, 80 bags of foreign currency, 8,307 gold bars, 55 boxes of gold bullion, 3,326 bags of gold coins, 63 bags of silver, one bag of platinum bars, eight bags of gold rings and 207 bags and containers of Nazi loot and valuable artwork. It was also believed that German Soldiers had melted gold teeth from the victims from the concentration camps. These treasures were ordered to be “taken away,” but later were traced into a variety of European Banking institutions. Other government bodies had confiscated some of the gold for “safekeeping.”

Some years ago, Piotr Koper and Andreas Richter owners of a mining exploration company witnessed a death bed confession of a rumored train laden with treasures and gold located within the tunnels of Walbrzych, Poland. The tunnels were once  part of a secrete Nazi project snaking through the Owl mountains called Project Riese that may have included Fuhrer head quarters and arms industries of which little is known today.

In the communist era many searches were conducted based on legends of gold, but no confirmations are conclusive that the train did exist.

Despite the odds Koper and Richter working with underground radar claim to have found the train and obtained an agreement to a finder’s fee of 10% with the Polish government when the discovery is confirmed. The alleged train was never found even after series of excavations as recent as 2016, and the mystery continues.

Another alleged Nazi gold discovery, occurred in the late twenty century.  According to a treasure hunter in 1990, Nazi Gold was discovered a Bavarian Forest but the landowner didn’t allow him to remove it.  Hans Glueck has been hunting for the Nazi gold treasure for many years.  After years of exploration he was able to pinpoint the exact location of the treasure, which matched the survey coordinates of his research and studies. Using a Geomagnetometer, he confirmed that there was something buried below the Bavarian forest. However this forest is privately owned, and according to the Bavarian law, everyone can look for treasure anywhere, but when it comes to digging treasure, permission must be granted. Unfortunately, the landowner of the said forest refused to allow it. Today, the alleged site where Glueck claimed to found Nazi Gold has never been excavated and lies pristine and untouched.

There are literally dozens of stories of the mystery of undiscovered Nazi Gold. Aside from the ambiguity and the frightening past that these treasures have endured, how much more will be discovered? Time will only tell what lost Nazi secrets of misfortune will become a modern day fortune.

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Islamic exorcism revealed in shocking video

Ross Parry

The 29-year-old woman sought help claiming the curse was causing her a range of medical problems.

This disturbing video gives a fascinating insight into the secret world of Islamic exorcisms in the UK for the first time. A British imam allowed cameras in to film him performing a “ruqyah” ritual on an unmarried woman at a mosque in Sheffield, Yorkshire, to dispel myths about the practice.

The ceremony was one of thousands carried out every year in the UK where imams rid men and women of evil spirits or “jinn” which they believe live inside them.

In the video a young Muslim woman dressed in a burqa is seeking help to rid her of spirits which she believes are caused by black magic.

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The 29-year-old woman sought help claiming the curse was causing her a range of medical problems which she said conventional doctors could not cure.

She said her symptoms included vomiting, pain in the womb, insomnia, headaches, back pain, and poor memory.

She also said she was easily angered and would scream for no reason.

In the video the woman can be seen rocking backwards and forwards as Imam Ayoub Tayeb chants verses from the Koran to banish the demonic entity.

She can be heard panting and retching as the imam at the Masjid Mohammed mosque shouts deafeningly into a microphone at the jinni.

He can be heard repeating “can you find God, can you find Him?”

As Imam Tayeb shouts verses more aggressively at the jinni the woman, of Bradford, West Yorkshire, is seen fleeing to the other side of the couch – seeking to escape.

She then screams out uncontrollably while thrashing around on a couch before picking up a nearby table.

At which point the imam spit spits holy water in her face to bring the jinni under control.

Imam Tayeb, originally from Kurdistan, said: “She has black magic and the jinni that brought the magic is also in love with her.

“But this is not real love as love does not cause pain and this Jinn has caused many ailments.

“The information about the magic was given by the Jinni when I was speaking to it but it did not say who caused the magic.”

“We only operate in the healing and helping to cure them from these evil practices – but magic practising is widespread.

“A simple Google search would reveal how easy it is to buy or find a spell.”

The patient in this video is now following a home treatment plan and said to be feeling better and many of her symptoms having disappeared.

The exorcism is one of around 3,000 performed by 42-year-old Imam Tayeb in the last three years.

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As well as serving the community in Sheffield patients come from far afield as Germany, Norway, USA, Sweden and Iraq.

The imam said: “Most of our patients come from the Islamic faith.

“However we have also helped Christians, Sikhs, Hindus and atheists – we do not differentiate between religions or non-religion.

“I treat unexplained illnesses that doctors cannot explain or cure such as period or menstrual issues or excessive behaviours such as gambling, drugs or alcohol.

“We use a diagnosis in a way similar to what you may find at a doctor’s surgery.

“We list listing common symptoms in either jinn possession or magic and through those answers we can diagnose the problem by Allah’s will.”

Imam Tayeb learned his skills by watching others perform ruqyah and through reading.

He said: “I enjoy helping people – it is my passion and I enjoying serving God in this way.

“I like using the Koran to heal and witnessing the power of the Koran gives me satisfaction – to heal and see people healed.

“It can make me tired at times and very busy – continuous recitation can give me a sore throat.”

However the healer insists he has nothing to fear from the jinn.

He said: “I only fear God and God is more powerful than the jinni He created so I believe God will protect me.

“Jinn like to incite fear in humans but they cannot attack me because I am not scared of them and God is on my side.

“I protect myself by reading morning and evening supplications.

“I pray five times a day with obligatory prayers and supplementary prayer and I also pray in the night when the world sleeps for God to protect me.”

An exorcism takes roughly an hour to perform – with Imam Tayeb charging a £60 fee which is used to fund the mosque.

However he insists no one is turned away as the service is often provided for free to help people.

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