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Hundreds Report UK Football Pedophile Abuse In Past 2 Weeks




A few days ago, the BBC reported that there were over 860 calls in the first week to a newly set up phone hotline that will deal specifically with sexual abuse claims for UK football players. According to the BBC, there are now 17 different police forces investigating past, recent and current abuse claims.

The surging numbers of abuse claims come on the heels of former Newcastle United footballer David Eatock coming out five days ago and publicly claiming that a former coach, George Ormond, sexually abused David between 50-100 times as David was growing up.

David Eatock began speaking out after he saw another former footballer, Andy Woodward, come forward in an interview with The Guardian, which happened about about two weeks ago.

The police are encouraging others to come forward in hopes of snowballing the awareness around this sort of abuse that is often hidden and rarely talked about.

Clearly, with over 860 calls in the first week of a new hotline being setup, people are speaking out more and more. If recent events hint towards what is happening on a global scale, we have only seen the beginning of what is to become known in regards to pedophilia and child/human trafficking.

Madeleine McCann

On Sunday December 4th, The Independent reported that Scotland Yard has been given more money to investigate an “important new lead” in the case of the then 3 year old missing girl named Madeleine McCann. Interestingly, the McCann family found out just this past June that former UK journalist Clement Freud, grandson of famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, had a villa less than a mile away from where Madeleine went missing back in 2007. To add to it, Clement Freud was a known pedophile (formally exposed as one after he died).


Interestingly, it is now known thanks to the Wikileaks email dump, that the Podesta’s often visited Portugal and visited a friend named “Clem.” Could it be Clement Freud? Though, just since they visited the same country that Madeleine went missing in doesn’t mean much. However, when the suspects’ images look nearly identical to John and Tony Podesta, one begins to question the official narrative.


And here is The Guardian’s official release of the suspect’s images:


Something Big Is Happening

It is interesting to note that right now we are seeing a tremendous surge in activity regarding what has become known as Pizzagate. This refers to claims being made that the Podestas are involved in a massive, elite pedophilia syndicate, which has also implicated Comet Ping Pong, located in Washington D.C. (Allegedly Comet Ping Pong is located at the bottom of an upside down pentagram that is directly in line with the location of the White House) With all of this activity and speculation about the Podesta’s and many other elites involved in this pedophile ring and their possible connection to Madeleine McCann, it is highly significant that Scotland Yard is now re-investigating the case of Madeleine due to new “important” lead. Could the dots be connecting? We’ll see.

While some may wish to push all of this off as some massive “conspiracy” not based in reality, remember back to the beginning of this story when over 860 people called in during 1 week to report claims of former or current sexual abuse. This is not some wild theory. These things happen and it is time we see it for what it is. The more people that know about these things, as sick and terrible as they are, the quicker we can rescue those being trafficked and abused and bring healing to this entire situation.

In addition to recent claims, it has been reported by The Telegraph just two days ago that police are now investigating 15 different claims that Sir Edward Heath (now dead), sexually abused multiple children while he served as the Prime Minister’s armed protection officer.


Additionally, over the years, the Vatican has paid nearly $4 billion dollars to victims of pedophilia, which stemmed from clergy members abusing children.

We must also remember back to when it was alleged that former BBC broadcaster Jimmy Savile was sexually abusing children, but was put off as a “conspiracy theory” only until after he died, when literally hundreds of people came forward to prove that he did sexually abuse children.

Also, it has been said that the current New York Times CEO Mark Thompson helped to cover up the Jimmy Savile scandal, as Thompson worked at the BBC as the Director-General during a period where Savile was still abusing children, and even some abuse cases happened on live television.

While there is so much more that could be written about this topic, what is important to take away from this is that there is a lot of activity regarding pedophilia coming out into the public’s awareness. There is a snowball effect taking place. Remember what the Buddha said:

“There are three things that can’t be long hidden. The Sun, the Moon and the truth.” 

For those interested in staying up to date with this evolving story, please visit

You can also look into journalist David Seaman, who is a former Huffington Post writer who has been giving frequent updates about this massive pedophile story.

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59 ancient coffins, buried for 2,600 years, discovered in incredible archaeological find in Egypt




(TMU) – 59 well-preserved and sealed wooden coffins were recently discovered by archeologists in Egypt, and it is possible that there could be even more waiting to be discovered.

Three weeks ago researchers first announced that they found 13 coffins, and then further searches in the area revealed that there were even more. Scientists estimate that the coffins were buried over 2,500 years ago, and some of the remains were wrapped in burial cloth that showed hieroglyphic inscriptions.

The discovery was made in the burial ground of Saqqara, which is located just south of Cairo, near the 4,700-year-old pyramid of Djoser.

“We are very happy about this discovery,” said Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in the Egyptian government.

Tourism and Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani said that the coffins can be dated back to the Late Period of ancient Egypt, which is estimated to be from the sixth or seventh century BC.

“I have witnessed the opening of one of the coffins … the mummy seems as if it was mummified yesterday,” al-Anani said, according to Aljazeera.

Other artifacts have been discovered as well, including a bronze figurine depicting Nefertem, an ancient god of the lotus blossom, as well as mummified animals like snakes, birds, scarab beetles. Dozens of statues were also found in the same area that the coffins were discovered.

It is suspected that the coffins belonged to high ranking figures in ancient Egyptian society, likely from the 26th dynasty.

The coffins will be taken to the Grand Egyptian Museum on the Giza Plateau, which is currently being built. The museum is expected to open soon, but the opening has already been delayed several times. At this point, the most recent opening date for the museum is planned for 2021.

The museum will feature an entire hall dedicated to the sarcophagi that were found in the region, and this hall will reportedly hold the new discoveries.

Saqqara, where the discovery was made features numerous pyramids, including the world-famous Step pyramid of Djoser, which is sometimes called the Step Tomb due to its rectangular base, as well as a number of mastaba tombs.

Saqqara and the surrounding areas of Abusir and Dahshur suffered damage by looters during the 2011 Egyptian protests. Storerooms were broken into, but the monuments were mostly unharmed. A series of discoveries have been made at the site in recent years. Some findings have been dated back to as far as 4,000 years ago.

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What Artists From Over 100 Years Ago Thought The Year 2000 Would Look Like




(TMU) – Art from the past is fascinating, from the most basic rock art, to the most detailed and realistic, the bizarre, the fantastical, the surreal and the futuristic, art provides us with insight into cultures and history. Visual records of the lives, struggles, triumphs and beliefs during the evolution of human kind.

Throughout our evolution, there has always been forward thinkers, those who could envisage a very different future, such as Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), best known as an artist, he was also an architect, scientist and inventor with the vision and imagination to create, on paper, inventions such as the bicycle, the helicopter and an airplane.

Perhaps da Vinci innovative ideas inspired artists through the centuries that followed, such as those created by French Jean-Marc Cote and others in 1899, 1900, 1901 and 1910 who were asked to imagine what life would be like in the year 2020. The futuristic images they created were originally in the form of postcards or cards enclosed in cigarette boxes.

These pictures were created before the second industrial revolution and high tech machinery and flying machines. Life was much simpler, food was still grown organically and the world still had clean air, rivers and oceans. Many of the illustrations turned out to be quite accurate, such as machines for farming, robotic equipment, flying machines, underwater breathing apparatus, and sadly, weapons of war. The buildings, clothing and hairstyles seemed to remain in the previous century.

Over 100 years have passed and some of those artists may have lived to see some of their ideas become reality. Unfortunately the third revolution brought with it innovations that propelled the modern human into an easier, faster lifestyle for those who could afford it. Machines and appliances do the work, in the home and workplace. Motor cars, appliances, pre-packed food, fast food and waste, so much waste! With not a thought of the consequences. Our air and water polluted by chemicals, of rivers and oceans choked by our single use waste and not just our planet, but our health suffering under the strain.

How would we, and the artists of our world depict life on earth in 2099, 2100, 2101 and 2110?

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World’s largest mammoth graveyard found near Mexico City with over 200 skeletons from Ice Age

Elias Marat



As construction workers race to complete building Mexico City’s new international airport, archaeologists have stumbled on the world’s largest graveyard of mammoths, with officials saying on Thursday that the number has risen to at least 200.

Experts believe that the site, which lies about 30 miles (50 km) north of the capital’s downtown at the Santa Lucía Air Force Base in the state of Mexico, is now the world’s largest concentration of skeletons belonging to the extinct Ice Age mammal – and a large number of them are still yet to be excavated.

The humongous creatures are believed to have died between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago, when the region was the site of a number of ancient lakes that both attracted and trapped the extinct relative of modern elephants.

Other Ice Age mammals have also been found at the nearly 200 excavation sites, including about 200 mammoths, 25 camels, and five horses, archaeologists with the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) say.

Around 24,000 years ago, the geography of the region was a lush and vibrant place filled with sprawling grassland and lakes that attracted herds of mammoths.

“This place was like a paradise,” lead INAH archaeologist Ruben Manzanilla Lopez told Reuters, adding that the melting of the last glaciers happened at a time when ancient species of horses, camels, and buffalo thrived in the extremely muddy shorelines of the region.

“Then over many years the same story repeated itself: The animals ventured too far, got trapped and couldn’t get their legs out of the muck,” Manzanilla added.

Wild horses largely died out in North America at the end of the last ice age, and only returned during the Spanish invasion of the Americas, beginning with Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the West Indies in 1493 and continuing with the arrival of Hernan Cortes in Mexico in 1519.

A number of compelling finds are still being made at the site, including evidence that humans constructed tools from the bones of the massive creatures. The site lies roughly 12 miles from artificial pits or shallow mammoth traps dug by early inhabitants to trap and kill the creatures.

The flint arrows, spears, and rudimentary shallow water pits suggest that early humans may have also played a role in wiping out the lumbering beasts.

“What caused these animals’ extinction, everywhere there is a debate, whether it was climate change or the presence of humans. I think in the end the decision will be that there was a synergy effect between climate change and human presence,” paleontologist Joaquin Arroyo Cabrales told Associated Press.

However, the pure volume of mammoth remains unearthed – comprised of extraordinarily well-preserved skeletons including their long and curling tusks – is what has come as a shock.

“We had the idea that we’d find mammoth remains, but not this many,” Manzanilla said.

The sheer glut of mammoth remains at the Santa Lucía site is such that INAH observers are now accompanying construction workers using bulldozers to make sure that work halts when bones are found.

Manzanilla is confident that when the excavations are complete, the site will likely rank higher than similar sites in the United States and Siberia as the largest deposit of mammoth skeletons.

A museum-style mammoth exhibit is also being planned for the main terminal of the new commercial airport.

The Valley of Mexico was once a verdant and lush region rich in biodiversity that teemed with interconnected lakes and countless rivers. In 1325, the Aztecs or Tenochcas began building what would later become the major metropolis of Tenochtitlan, now Mexico City, on a rock in Lake Texcoco.

However, in the 1600s the Spanish colonizers began draining the lakes in a bid to rein in annual floods and accompanying disease resulting from the region’s torrential rain seasons.

In the 20th century, local authorities continued to pave over the 45 rivers that still cut through the growing city. The process of urbanization transformed Mexico City into a dry, dusty, and smoggy region teeming with busy roads and working-class neighborhoods.

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