Myron C Fagan The Illuminati and the CFR 1967

This recording was made in 1967. Mr. Fagan gives documentary evidence on how the ILLUMINATI became the instrument of the House of Rothschild in their endeavour to achieve a "One World Government". He uncovers many plots of historical events. All this makes chilling listening! What he speaks of way back in the 60's is truly coming to fruition as we speak. It's time to spread the word and wake the sleepy and sleeping before it's too late! God bless us all. Amen.

Myron C Fagan was a Jewish American playwright and filmmaker. He asserted that he had seen secret documents from the meetings in Yalta that exposed the connection between the Illuminati and the CFR.
Apparently, these meetings were only attended by Franklin Roosevelt, Alger Hess, Harry Hopkins, Stalin, Molotov, and Vishinsky when they hatched the plot to deliver the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Berlin to Stalin.
He produced two plays, "Red Rainbow" and "Thieves' Paradise", which were dramatizations that exposed the true nature behind both of these organizations.
Consequently, of course, he encountered opposition for funding and and support for these endeavors, so they received little attention, as the Illuminati blacklisted him virtually out of the history books.
He recorded three audio recordings where he spoke of his knowledge about the Illuminati/CFR connection in 1967, which are compiled in this 2 1/2 hour video, with simple text & graphics to enhance the audio, that connects the dots from the late 19th century to today:

Myron Fagan exposes the Illuminati/CFR [1967]

If You Want It Straight - An Expose of the International Conspiracy to Rule the World [1967]

All the channels you see listed below,  every one of them has been taken down by FB - I posted the 2 videos above on 10-31-2021

  • Myron C Fagan: The Illuminati and the CFR [1967] - YouTube

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    OLD MOVIE REVEALS MATRIX - My Dinner With André (1981)

    If you understand that the Dark Alliance has to tell us what they're going to do before they do it then you will get this video. But if this clip feels like a movie trailer to a movie that you would never watch. You are not seeing the hidden meaning and hidden messages. That is ok, in time all will get it. This is a universal law. ~ BH


    My Dinner With André (1981)

    We're just two guys, and we're having a good time.
    We’re just two guys, and we’re having a good time.
    Ah'mo cut you, Wally.

    Never converse with a Sicilian when death is on the line!

    Think for yourself, if this does not resonate with you, keep seeking. The ancient text of the past were not myth’s, these ancient civilizations were advanced. They left the truth in stone for us but over time it has been watered down to us.

    A dear individual to me by the name of Dolores Cannon recently passed and this is partly dedicated to her. Look into her work and into the past history of this planet. It’s okay to question your reality, it’s ok to think for yourself, and it’s ok to change your mind and your life.

    Look into the Yuga Cycle or the Great Year as well as Graham Hancock, Robert Bauvall, John Anthony West, Michael Cremo, Brian Forester, Stephen Mehler, Gerald Massey, and Immanuel Velikovsky, to start with…

    “Chapter Z – The Last Day on Earth” by Mynzah

    Blessings of Love to You and Everyone that You know… ~ Mynzah




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    Scientists Find Key to ‘Turbo-Charging’ Immune System to Fight Cancer

    Good news!  Speak life to your body, speak that your body can grow this new protein which ‘turbo-charges’ the immune system.  If it is in this world it is in you.  The key is to believe you have this power in you to ‘Turbo-Charging’ Immune System to Fight Cancer - NOW!  ~ BH

    A protein which ‘turbo-charges’ the immune system so that it can fight off any cancer or virus has been discovered by scientists.

    In a breakthrough described as a ‘game-changer’ for cancer treatment, researchers at Imperial College found a previously unknown molecule which boosts the body’s ability to fight off chronic illnesses.
    Scientists at Imperial College London, who led the study, are now developing a gene therapy based on the protein and hope to begin human trials in three years.

    “This is exciting because we have found a completely different way to use the immune system to fight cancer,” said Professor Philip Ashton-Rickardt, from the Section of Immunobiology in the Department of Medicine at Imperial, who led the study.

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    “It could be a game-changer for treating a number of different cancers and viruses.
    “This is a completely unknown protein. Nobody had ever seen it before or was even aware that it existed. It looks and acts like no other protein.”
    The protein – named lymphocyte expansion molecule, or LEM, promotes the spread of cancer killing ‘T cells’ by generating large amounts of energy.
    Normally when the immune system detects cancer it goes into overdrive trying to fight the disease, flooding the body with T cells. But it quickly runs out of steam.
    However the new protein causes a massive energy boost which makes T cells in such great numbers that the cancer cannot fight them off.
    It also causes a boost of immune memory cells which are able to recognise tumours and viruses they have encountered previously so there is less chance that they will return.
    The team made the discovery while screening mice with genetic mutations. They found one type produced ten times the number of cancer-fighting T cells, suppressing infections and becoming resistant to cancer.
    Researchers found that the mice with enhanced immunity produced high levels of the unknown protein which is also found in humans.
    They are hoping to produce a gene therapy whereby T cells of cancer patients could be enhanced with the protein and then injected back into the body. It could end the need for harsh chemotherapies as the body itself would be fighting the disease, rather than toxic drugs.



    Fastest growing water sport is Kiteboarding #kiteboarding

    Kiteboarding is the fastest growing water sport worldwide and with its inclusion in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, it seems set to continue to grow in the coming years. In this blog we look at some of the equipment needed to kitesurf and where to find the information that you need, whether you are a newbie or an experienced rider.

    Kiteboarding is still a relatively new sport, really only taking off in the last ten years. The development of equipment for the sport has seen a huge leap forward, with new manufacturers coming into the marketplace and widening the options that are available. 

    This plethora of makes and models has made it difficult for people new to the sport and for the more seasoned, to find information that is unbiased and informative, without having to trawl the web trying to compare one manufacturer with another.

    Kite surfing at its best… pure fun, competitions and speed kiting records smashed again in Namibia

    As a relative newcomer to wind powered water sports, kitesurfing is quickly establishing itself as one of the more adrenaline packed extreme sports out there. What distinguishes kiteboarding from other self propelled sports is the incredible height, distance and creative manoeuvres performed in the air. It’s  no wonder it holds such an appeal. attoral
    The English Summer season is drawing to a close but it’s  going out with a bang… not a whimper…  Last weekend, to the delight of all, there were epic winds. Wherever possible aficionados took to the water…
    World competition kite surfing is the fastest growing extreme water sport and has grabbed the attention of pro surfers, windsurfers and other sport enthusiasts.tropical paradise kitesurfing, windsurfing, competitions, graphic design
    Although there’s a long dreary winter ahead – it’s not the end of the kitesurfing season.
    Today is the second day of the Volkswagen Kite Tour 2010 held, this time, at Pico das Almas Cumbuco, Brazil. Yesterday, with winds ranging from 14 to 16 knots yesterday the freestyle and females racers were contesting placings.
    And while the Volkswagen Tour is turning out champs, down in Namibia the 2010 speed championships are underway – in a smashing fashion. 3 national records were broken on the first day of what was meant to be just the warm-up trials for the Luderitz Speed Challenge held at 2nd Lagoon, Luderitz Bay, Namibia.
    This is not the easiest event to get to. The first contingent of team North American Speed Sailing Project (NASSP) arrived in Namibia after a 30min boat ride, a 1 hour car ride, a 7 hour plane ride, an 11 hour plane ride, a 14 hour layover in Cape Town airport, another 2 hour plane ride which ended with an 8 hour car ride. That’s over 60 hours of travel!
    they were pretty stoked thought as a good forecast predicted 4 to 5 days of 20 to 25 knots this week for some tuning and testing.
    The first national record was broken within moments of the start. Within 13 minutes of the first day (Friday, 8th October) of the 2010 Luderitz Speed Challenge, kite surfer Gavin Broadbent smashed the existing New Zealand national record. After only 3 runs his official average speed over 500m was recorded at 44.51 knots – the previous record was 40.68 knots.
    70 minutes later, also on his 3rd run, Swedish windsurfer Anders Bringdal broke the Swedish National Windsurfing record. The existing record was 41.96 and his official recorded speed was 42.9 knots.
    The 3rd competitor of the day to set the standard was Australian Kite surfer Tim Pumpa who also made a new national record – previously Australia’s best kite speed record was 33.94 knots. Tim achieved an official speed of 40.72.
    All new records are still to be ratified by the World Speed Sailing Record Council (WSSRC).
    Remember that last year Frenchman Alex Caizergues (F One) broke the world kiteboarding speed record with an incredible time of 50.98 knots, breaking his previous world record of 50.57 and Rob Douglas (Cabrinha) also set a new American outright speed sailing record with an equally impressive time of 50.95knots.
    The race is on. Broadbent, Bringdal and Pumpa have broken their country’s national records in the warm-ups. Imagine  what could happen when they’re really trying!
    Watch this space… but it might have to be for a while. The Luderitz Speed Challenge takes place between 4th – 31st October, 2010. Be patient… and remember that the kiters are also trying to break L’Hydroptère, the fastest sailing boat on the planet’s record of 51.36 knots…
    So definitely watch this space!



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    Airline Baggage Fail | BUSTED!! Caught on Camera

    Suitcases being thrown through the air! Over and over.
    I caught on camera this airport luggage fail. We all fear this is what really happens when we hand over our luggage. Filmed at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport  04-09-2015

    When our luggage disappears on the conveyor belt at check-in we don't expect it to be given the full VIP treatment, though we would likely expect that it not be tossed brazenly about on the tarmac. 
    The latter is precisely what happened on at least one American Airlines flight this week, as captured on amateur video, with 5 suitcase even bouncing on the ground.

    Baggage handlers misbehaving, Airline Baggage Fail, Baggage Fail, suitcase even bouncing on the ground,  suitcase bouncing on the ground, Suitcases being thrown,



    Meet Paul Menta World-renowned kitesurfer

    Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key West
    Paul Menta began as a pro kitesurfer at the age of 30 © Paul Menta
    World-renowned kitesurfer PAUL MENTA and his instructors make us the first and only Wipika approved Kitesurfing School in Jamaica. Check him out here to learn more about Paul.
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    Come and be with us to do some Kiteboarding!
    #kiteboarding #kitesurfing #windsurfing  You can find us at just West of, Burwood Public Beach, Falmouth,  East of Royalton White Sands Montego Bay.  Book Kiteboarding Lessons with, 
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    Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key West

    by ClaireBullen a month ago - last edited a month ago
    How many people can say they’ve got their dream job? That they make their living as a kitesurfer, or a chef, or a distiller, or a restaurateur? Not a majority, to be sure. But Paul Menta? Well, he spends his days doing all of those things.
    A pro-kitesurfer, instructor, entrepreneur and food- and drink-loving globetrotter, Paul Menta was born and raised in Philadelphia but has been a Key West resident for the last two-and-a-half-odd decades. We caught up with Paul to learn more about his adrenaline-pumping adventures, his culinary pursuits, and just how he manages to balance it all.

    You’re a kitesurfer, a kitesurfing instructor, a chef, an author, a restaurateur, and a distiller. How do you manage so many careers while still enjoying the laidback, Key West lifestyle?
    “The thing is, they’re all my passion – whether you’re paying me to do them or not, I’d probably still be doing them. They all go together, they all interact. For instance, a low-pressure day without wind is great for distilling, but the opposite is true with kitesurfing. It all ends up meshing together really seamlessly.”
    What were the challenges (and the advantages) of turning pro at kitesurfing at the age of 30?
    “I started with the sport from day one, when very few people were doing it – I’m actually working on a book about that right now. It’s different from starting at 20 because then you get sponsorship, you get just enough money for beer, going out to eat etc.…but I had my son and a family, so I had to make it into a business. I’d been cooking for about 10 years at that point and was doing pretty well with it, and took a year hiatus to go travel around the world and go kiting – a big risk, but it really defined my career. I also ended up doing trainer videos and demos – my company was called Kite Surf the Earth, and that was the idea, to travel all around.”
    Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key West

    In Key West, the seafood is incredibly fresh © Paul Menta
    What are the most incredible kitesurfing moments you’ve had while travelling around the world? And the riskiest?
    “I never consider any of the stuff risky, but my family would tell you a lot about my version of risks! One of the most incredible things was flying into Guatemala – I was brought over there to teach a bunch of kids to kitesurf. I told them I wanted to go somewhere unique and I was taken to Lake Atitlán, which is a lake in the base of three volcanoes way up in altitude. The water there was so blue because of all the sulphur – it was one of the most beautiful places I’d ever seen. I convinced someone to take me out on his fishing boat and I got up on the roof and pumped up my kite and was able to launch in the gusts over the lake.
    Then the following year I went to Tulum, Mexico, and had great experiences there. I was talking with a shaman and I got to kite right in front of ruins there, which are dedicated to the god of wind.”
    What advice would you give to those considering trying kitesurfing for the first time?
    “The biggest setback I see is having the conditions. If you’re sitting around in the winter and can’t get to a kiting destination, it can be a great excuse for a vacation – it’s not something you want to do on your own.
    If you’re stubborn, it’s a big waste of money – you’ll save money having someone teach you. In 15 years, I only told two people it wasn’t for them – if you want to do it, you will. It’s a mental sport; the physicalities only mean that if you’re in really good shape your duration in the air will be longer. I’d say you need about 15-25 hours of kite flying time before you become proficient. You have to build a muscle memory, and once you do, it’s like driving a car.”
    Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key West

    Menta works closely with Key West fishermen to get the best local seafood © Paul Menta
    Moving on to food: Tell us more about your ethos as a chef and what inspires your cooking.
    “I have a book out that’s called Key West Native Fuel, and I teach people the way my grandma taught me, so there are no real finished recipes. My theory is if it tastes good then you did a great job, and once you understand the ingredients, you know how to cook them. I’ve included recipes from my grandma and my aunt, and from people I’ve met around the world.”
    Any amazing food memories from your travels?
    “The best is when I’ve been invited to people’s homes, and they show me how to make their special dishes. The next best thing is to go to a market. I was in a market in China, and the language barrier was intense: even ‘yes’ and ‘no’ weren’t working. But this woman took a shine to me and was just throwing things together for me to try, little tiny dishes she probably makes all the time for herself. I still don’t know everything I ate, but I appreciated it because they were special things I’ll probably never get again.”
    Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key West

    Chef Distilled is the first (legal) distillery in Key West © Paul Menta
    What inspired you to set up your own distillery, Chef Distilled? What makes your products special?
    “I wanted to get away from the standard of what was being done, which for rum is distilled molasses. But Florida is full of sugarcane, so I used pure raw crystal from the cane. And when it comes to the barrels the rum is aged in, most people fill them first with fresh water to get the wood to swell. But I decided to fill my barrels with ocean water, and basically salt cure them: I wait until salt crystals form, and then I pour the rum in and let it sit and age. There’s a lot of science about how salt lowers PH and smoothes things out and helps open up the flavours.
    I wanted to use the local ingredients, and the elements that you can’t reproduce anywhere else in the world: this is Key West rum. There’s never been a legal distillery here ever, so being the first one is quite intimidating.”
    What’s the best way to serve your rum?
    “With our Legal Rum, put it in the freezer because using Florida sugarcane means a buttery, floral flavour comes out, and in the freezer it takes on a creaminess. For the barrel-aged rum, the yeast that I use is also present in spores in black truffles, which means it works surprisingly well with black truffle cheese!”
    Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key West

    Menta's rum is made from Florida sugarcane instead of molasses © Paul Menta
    What do you think all visitors should see or experience when they come to Key West?
    “The must-do is to rent a bicycle and get lost – even though the island is only four miles long, geographically it’s laid out crazily. For the perfect day, go to one of the Cuban coffee shops, have a con leche and a cheese toast, and then pedal to the cemetery, where you can learn all about the history of Key West. Once the sun gets stronger you can see the iguanas come out and sun themselves on the graves, which is a really wild and hidden thing.
    I would then go to a state park like Fort Zachary Taylor, get out and go snorkelling. What you’re gonna see is amazing: there’s so much sea life here, and we’re so lucky it’s being preserved and protected. Finish it off with a sunset, since they’re amazing here. Then go out to eat and see what happens: that’s the thing about life here, everything’s at a moment’s notice in Key West.” 
    Virgin Atlantic operates direct flights to Miami from London Heathrow, making it easy to discover the best of Key West.
    Have you been to Key West? Have you tried Paul Menta’s Legal Rum? Let us know in the comments section below.
    Written by Claire Bullen