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DISCOVERY

 "Life-activity detected in Space - near Earth" 

Discoverer - Martyn Stubbs, from Canada

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"It is hard ageunst the strem to stryve"
M.S 15Cent.

"One dog barks a warning   -   the others bark at him"
Chinese proverb . . . Sir Gurney Benham's Quotes

"At a time of universal deceit,  telling the truth is a revolutionary act"
George Orwell



`Perceptions'
DETECTION

CRIMINALITY in GOVERNMENT


    USA -  "Cover-up at the highest level"   VIDEO   [`Conspiracy of Silence']   

    UK -  "Same Cover-up - at the highest level"     [Another Conspiracy of Silence]   

 UK fraud-crime #1         UK fraud-crime #2         UK fraud-crime #3         UK fraud-crime #4         UK fraud-crime #5         UK fraud-crime #6 


 Then - a Criminal Cover-up 


 Oct. 2012 UPDATE - The Cover-up Continues 
 Nov. 2014 UPDATE - The Cover-up Continues 



dirty money
dirty money

"Only Thieves Decide Their Own Incomes"

UK'S POLITICOS - USELESS, UGLY PEOPLE, WITH UGLY HABITS & UGLIER MORALS



 UK's SYMPTOMS 

 ONGOING `POLITICOS' MONEY SCANDAL 

 ONGOING `POLITICOS' PEDOPHILE SCANDAL 

CURE FOR CORRUPT POLITICIANS





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`Perceptions'
QUOTES

always known - rarely spoken

Where Liars Rule

Truth is Treason


The essential political choice
is the same as it always was:
freedom or security


"Saturn's Children"


"Action of the State, arising from suspicion and not from proof,
soon degenerates into a general system of tyranny,
- all in the name of public safety"


Harold Macmillan  [English Prime Minister]


Visit the generals
then visit their victims
see the realities of your time with open eyes


Lu Xun


Conspiracies are Secret


DO NOT BELIEVE IN:-

traditions
teachers or elders
habitual assumptions
texts, ancient or modern
reports, spoken or written



BELIEVE IN:-

what logically agrees
with observation & analysis
and benefits one and all:
- live up to that


Gautama Buddha

  BUDDHISM  


"Hard are the ways of truth,
and rough to walk"

Milton


SINS
-
Wealth without Work
Pleasure without Conscience
Knowledge without Character
Commerce without Morality
Science without Humanity
Worship without Sacrifice
Politics without Principle


Mohandas Gandhi


Repay kindness with kindness,
repay evil with justice


Confucius


"Those who speak do not know,
those who know do not speak"


Lao Tzu
(Tao Te Ching)


"None are more hopelessly enslaved
than those who falsely believe they are free"


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)


"The greatest part of mankind has no other reason
for their opinions than that they are in fashion"


Samuel 'Doctor' Johnson 1709-1784



Only fools or deceivers will argue on politics, religion or love.

`De gustibus, non disputandum est'

(Of tastes, there is no disputing)

Cicero


"He that will not reason is a bigot; he that cannot reason is a fool;
he that dares not reason is a slave"


'Sir' William Drummond 1770-1828


Surprised?

That the corrupt, greedy and selfish tend
to end up with most of the money?
And use it to pollute?


Surprised?

That the corrupt, cruel and pervert tend
to end up with most of the power?
And use it to oppress?


What else did we expect?



"Your purpose:-
is
to comfort the afflicted,
&
to afflict the comfortable"



I hear, and forget
I see, and remember
I do - and understand


Confucius




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ANCIENT WORLD
Egypt - Greek - Roman Gods & Things

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`Ancient Egypt'
by Herodotus
(written c. 430 BCE)


`Universal History'
`Bibliotheca Historica'
by Diodorus Siculus
(written c. 60 - 27 BCE)


`Germany'
by Tacitus
(written c. 100 CE)


`Buddhistic Kingdoms'
by Fa-Hien
(Faxian)
(written c. 415 CE)


`Round the World'
by Captain Cook
(written 1768-71 CE)


`A Tour to the Hebrides
with
Samuel Johnson'

by James Boswell
(written c. 1785 CE)


`The Last Days of Pompeii'
by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
(written c. 1834 CE)


`Pilgrimage
to
Al-Madinah and Meccah'

by Richard Burton
(written c. 1855 CE)


`The South Pole'
by Roald Amundsen
(written c. 1912 CE)


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ANCIENT WARS
Egypt - Greek - Roman Gods & Things

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`The Inquiries'
Persians invading Greeks
by Herodotus
(written c. 429 BCE)


`Peloponnesian War'
Sparta vs Athens
by Thucydides
(who fought and later led)
(written c. 420 BCE)


`The March Up-Country'
`Anabasis'
(`Retreat of the Ten Thousand')
Greeks invading Persians
by Xenophon
(who fought and later led)
(written c. 375 BCE)

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Ancient Greek & Latin Texts

Egypt - Greek - Roman Gods & Things


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ANCIENT SCI/FI

`Trips to the Moon'
by Lucian of Samosata
(written c. 170 CE)


`New Atlantis'
by Francis Bacon
(written c. 1624 CE)


`Gulliver's Travels'
by Jonathan Swift
(written c. 1725 CE)


`Voyage to Cacklogallinia'
by `Captain Samuel Brunt'
(written c. 1727 CE)


`Micromégas'
by Voltaire
(written c. 1752 CE)


`The War in the Air'
by H G Wells
(written 1907 CE)





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Patterns & Pieces

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`Perceptions'
MOTTO

"Truth will first be ridiculed, then violently opposed, and finally accepted as self-evident"
A Schopenhauer 1788-1860


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long life - Chinese sign



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