Groundbreaking New Documentary Explores The Implications Of The Secret Space Program — Collective Evolution – October 30, 2018

 

IN BRIEF

  • The Facts:The new documentary Above Majestic is now available for viewing! This film will journey through the Secret Space Program in a way that has never been done before.
  • Reflect On:Are you ready to explore the Secret Space Program further?

In today’s time, speaking about extraterrestrials and UFOs seems commonplace. While not everyone will be open the subject, it is more widely accepted than even 5 years ago, never mind 10 or 15 years ago. Consider what we have seen just this last year for example. Videos of authentic UFO footage from the US Air…Read more

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Why Isn’t This Map in the History Books? – January 21, 2017

Why Isn’t This Map in the History Books?

By APRIL HOLLOWAY

By the age of 10, most children in the United States have been taught all 50 states that make up the country. But centuries ago, the land that is now the United States was a very different place. Over 20 million Native Americans dispersed across over 1,000 distinct tribes, bands, and ethnic groups populated the territory. Today, Native Americans account for just 1.5 percent of the population, and much of their history has been lost, particularly as today’s education system is sadly lacking when it comes to teaching the rich and complex history of the United States. Here we examine little-known facts about Native Americans, which should be included in every history book.

Tribes

As of January, 2016, there are 566 legally recognized Native American tribes in the United States, as determined by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Prior to European contact, there were over 1,000 tribes, bands or clans, but sadly, some were completely extinguished as a result of disease epidemics or war.

Today, there is not a single accurate historical map that reflects the location of Native American tribes in North America in a single time period, as the post-European contact situation was ever changing, with contact occurring at different times in different areas…..

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