Ancient Graffiti Reveals Life Inside Roman Brothels

By Alexandra Dantzer (Via Vintage News) Pompeii is one of the most important sites for archaeologists and historians to research the Roman empire and its culture. Pompeii was a medium-sized town, with around 11,000 inhabitants. However, it is characterized by its multicultural demographics, thriving community and sophisticated infrastructure. The nearby port of Pozzuoli enabled the…

Back to basics

By Marie Love The largest percentage of humans believe they are their human body form. Many humans believe that once the human body form stops being animated (dies) you no longer exist. What animates the human body form? What stops animating the human body form? What started animating the human body form and where did…

Indigenous Elders Share Stories About “Star People” Living Inside The Earth

By Arjun Walia (via Collective Evolution) IN BRIEF The Facts:Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University who is Cherokee/Choctaw has been researching the Star People, and collecting encounters between them and Native Indians for many years. This article shares one of many. Reflect On:Are we alone? If not, what are the…

The Deep State: How it Came to Be and Why it Fights so Hard

The members of the Deep State are fighting not only for money and power, but their very sense of being. By Devin Foley (via Intellectual Takeout) Increasingly, it looks like the political fight isn’t between Republicans and Democrats, but rather the American people against the Deep State. More and more often we are seeing bureaucrats,…

9,000-YEAR-OLD STONEHENGE-LIKE STRUCTURE FOUND UNDER LAKE MICHIGAN

By ARCHAEOLOGY WORLD TEAM 9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan Archaeologists found something much more fascinating than they got credit for when searching under the waters of Lake Michigan for shipwrecks: they uncovered a rock with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon, as well as a collection of stones arranged in a Stonehenge-like manner. Gazing into…