David Icke: The Truth Behind Theology and Christianity

For more on spirituality, please visit www.in5d.com David Icke gives a thorough explanation of how the few have controlled the many through religion. For those who are Christian, you are actually worshipping Horus along with all of the other Babylonian theological figures. Additionally, Icke traces theology through modern times via symbolism and secret societies. Some Christians will remain in denial after watching this video while others will rely on groupthink to justify their beliefs. A select few will begin their spiritual journey, while many who are spiritually non-religious will confirm what they have already known as the truth. David’s website: www.davidicke.com

Easter - Christian or Pagan?

Acharya S is a scholar classically educated in archaeology, history, mythology and languages. Acharya specializes in religion and mythology, critiquing and comparing them, and providing unique insights into their origins. Although born into a Christian (Congregationalist Protestant) family, Acharya does not subscribe to any particular religion, nor is she a hardcore “atheist.” Acharya is the author of the controversial books “The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold”; “Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled”; “Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of The Christ”; and “Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection.” Among other less flattering things, Acharya S has been called “the ranking religious philosopher of our era” and “the voice of reason amidst global chaos.” Her web site contains a wealth of information about: religion spirituality mythology archaeology history astrotheology archaeoastronomy … www.TruthBeKnown.com http For more on the Pagan Roots of Easter, see: truthbeknown.com

The Mental And Spiritual Aspects Of Melanin - Part 1: Kaba Hiawatha Kamene

Dr. Booker T. Coleman is now known as Kaba Hiawatha Kamene. This is a fantastic interview that deals with what Melanin is and how it effects us. To purchase this video and others like it, please visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.