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Did a Black Man Discover the Fountain of Youth?
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Tags: ancient Ethiopia fountain of youth immortality Prester John

from theroot.com: At the top of my own list of things we weren’t told in school is the fact that the legendary Fountain of Youth was not only thought for centuries to be located in Ethiopia, but that the man who had discovered it and ruled over it was a black man.
 

European artists even painted portraits of him and sometimes decorated their maps of Africa with his image. European kings, popes and explorers from Marco Polo to Ponce de León knew of him and his magical realm. That’s right: When de León and his Spanish compatriots were wandering around the swamps of Florida, trying not to be eaten by alligators, it was a black man and his mythical fountain for which they were likely searching. In fact, one way to think of the conquest of the oceans and the eventual navigation around the Cape of Good Hope in the late 15th century was that it was motivated, among other things, by the desperate search to find this black patriarch and tap into his wealth and military might. The goal wasn’t only to help liberate the Holy Land, but also to experience this king’s secrets of immortality. 
 
Whatever his true name might have been, he was known throughout Europe as “Prester John,” the formidable priest-king of ancient Ethiopia.

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How Bobby Kennedy immediately suspected the CIA in his brother's death as the majority of Americans still believe the conspiracy theories Tags: Bobby Kenney John F. Kennedy Assassination CIA conspiracies
  • President's brother thought that 'rogue faction' of clandestine service may have been behind the assassination
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  • Majority of Americans still do not believe the Warren Commission's findings that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole person involved 

The government theory that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone was not enough to convince many Americans following the President's assassination, including his own brother.

Robert Kennedy, who was the Attorney General at the time, immediately suspected that the CIA had something to do with the President's death in Dallas.

President Kennedy and the CIA had butted heads on a number of occasions during his nearly three years in office, and his younger brother thought that a disgruntled member of the clandestine organization may have taken their outrage too far.

Tense: Some suspected CIA involvement because CIA director Allen Dulles was forced to resign following the failed Bay of Pigs invasion just months into Kennedy's presidency (pictured together in July 1960)

 

 
 
 


Denial: Bobby Kennedy (right), who was the Attorney General at the time, met with then-CIA director John McClune (left) who assured him that there was no agency involvement in the President's assassination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Denial: Bobby Kennedy (right), who was the Attorney General at the time, met with then-CIA director John McClune (left) who assured him that there was no agency involvement in the President's assassination

Denial: Bobby Kennedy (right), who was the Attorney General at the time, met with then-CIA director John McClune (left) who assured him that there was no agency involvement in the President's assassination

 

 

'Apparently Bobby Kennedy’s first suspicion was that it was some rogue element in the CIA,' author Philip Shenon said in his new book about the assassination.

Those fears were not completely unsubstantiated, as CIA director Allen Dulles and President Kennedy disagreed on the failed Bay of Pigs operation.

 

 

Dulles ended up resigning in early 1962 after the bid to kill Castro went belly-up and questions lingered about how upset Dulles- and his subordinates- were about the ousting.

As such, Bobby Kennedy initially is thought to have suspected a splinter group of agents rather than a formal, bureaucratically approved overation. 

 
Fatal ride: President Kennedy and First Lady Jackie were in the back of the open-top convertible during their drive through Dallas on November 22, 1963

Fatal ride: President Kennedy and First Lady Jackie were in the back of the open-top convertible during their drive through Dallas on November 22, 1963

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Warren Commission: After initial concerns, Bobby Kennedy asked Dulles (second from right) to be a part of the investigating committee who compiled the formal report on the assassination

Warren Commission: After initial concerns, Bobby Kennedy asked Dulles (second from right) to be a part of the investigating committee who compiled the formal report on the assassination

In the end those concerns were put to rest after the younger Kennedy had a private conversation with the sitting CIA director, John McClune who promised that no one from the agency had a part in the assassination- the fourth in United States history.  

On top of that, the hard feelings between Kennedy and Dulles- who was appointed as the Director of the CIA under his predecessor, President Eisenhower- were purely professional and not personal.

'Apparently the Kennedy family had no particular hostility toward Dulles,' Mr Shenon told NBC News.

The CIA has repeatedly put out statements denying any involvement.

Perhaps out of that respect or in an effort to lend credibility to the group of officials who were tasked with investigating the assassination, Bobby appointed Dulles to be a member of the Warren Commission.

 
Still believers: A majority of Americans- 61%- think that there were other people involved in Kennedy's assassination

Still believers: A majority of Americans- 61%- think that there were other people involved in Kennedy's assassination

 

 
Aftermath: Bobby Kennedy was at his his sister-in-law's side as she arrived back in Washington in her blood-stained suit following her husband's murder

Aftermath: Bobby Kennedy was at his his sister-in-law's side as she arrived back in Washington in her blood-stained suit following her husband's murder

 

The Commission determined- after almost a year of interviews and meetings- that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, that one of the three bullets that Oswald fired from the sixth floor of the Texas Book Depository fired the fatal blow to President Kennedy while also striking Governor Connally, and that Jack Ruby was self-motivated in his decision to shoot Oswald.

The latest Gallup poll reports that to this day, there are a majority of Americans who do not believe the Warren Commission's findings.

The poll found 61 per cent of Americans believe that it was not solely a lone shooter, but there were others involved.

While that percentage is the lowest found by the surveying company since the late 1960s in the years immediately following the assassination.

 


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Spiritual Path – The Journey of Your Soul By John Holland
Category: SPIRITUALITY
Tags: Spiritual Path The Journey of Your Soul John Holland http://omtimes.com/

Spiritual Path – The Journey of Your Soul

By John Holland

 

When you travel a spiritual path, it’s not uncommon to feel alone. After all, it’s your path and yours alone. But, it’s important to remember that there are like minded souls out there just like you. Reach out and search for different groups and organizations that feel right for you. Even when you don’t consciously reach out, you’ll find that people of the same vibrational level are attracted to you. It’s a wonderful thing when you share your experiences, because not only are you conveying what you’ve learned or experienced, you’re letting your soul educate, express, and show itself to others. The whole process can be liberating.

You’re on your spiritual path, so please honor that it’s meant for you. You shouldn’t try to drag, pull, bribe, or coerce anyone else into believing that what you feel is true. One of my favorite sayings is: “Everyone is exactly where they are supposed to be.” I believe that you have your own unique path to take as you journey through this life, and it’s nobody’s job to take drag you away from it. By exerting undue pressure to make someone believe in your views, it can result in taking them further away from their own journey. It’s the spiritual path, the journey of the soul in this life where you learn some of the most poignant lessons. When you respect and honor the beliefs of others, it will guarantee that you’re not leading them away from what their soul needs to learn.

If you have a passion for metaphysics and really believe in its teachings, but your partner, spouse, or family member has little or no interest, then there could still be a benefit. In truth, the other person may very well be a grounding force for you. You in turn may show them a new way of looking at something. When the time is right, others around you may begin to question things outside themselves, and hopefully, they’ll also look inward to find their own answers. You may even be the catalyst to boost their vibrational level, which enables them to see even greater opportunities and beauty. I guess there is something to the saying: “Opposites attract.”

As you continue your spiritual path, you may notice that some people in your life step back or disappear for good, and this doesn’t mean that you’re doing anything wrong. It’s more about the fact that your consciousness and vibration is at a higher level, and in turn, you may find that there are new people filtering into your life that are also tapping into their spirituality.

It’s important to remember that everyone is exactly where they’re supposed to be. You have to honor that. What’s happening at this time is the universal law of bringing others into your life who match your vibration. I really recommend that you stay grounded with the whole process of spiritual development. Once again, don’t forget that you’re a spiritual being having physical experiences. Honor all of you.

 

John’s Lesson

Is there someone in your life right now who you’ve been trying to influence to believe what you believe in? Think how many people you’ve given a book, a DVD, or a movie to, in the hopes that they will benefit from your guidance, only to find out they never even read or watched it.

Let it go. When the person is ready, they’ll do their own research in their own way, and in their own time.

Since I just moved, I ended up donating a lot of books to my local library and to a used bookstore. There are people out there who may not be able to afford a new book and will buy a used one or borrow one from the library. Look around this week, and if there are any books that you benefited from, then donate them. Because as many of you know, synchronicity always plays a big hand in bringing what a person needs for their highest good, just when they need it. One of your books could be that sign. You may not be able to help everyone, but someone will benefit who’s just taking their first steps on their own spiritual journey!

Live a Soul-filled life!

 
 
 
 
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