Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Booth Did NOT Murder Lincoln

Every school child "knows" that John Wilkes Booth murdered President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865. Unfortunately American school children have been taught myths, fables, and lies. Though no innocent in the Lincoln murder, Booth was not the trigger puller.
To find who actually pulled the trigger which killed the president, follow the link below to our new website.

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Saturday, December 26, 2015

The Ventriloquists of Prince Albert Victor

While Prince Albert Victor was the heir presumptive to the British throne following the death of his father Edward VII, he never made it due to an untimely death in 1892 during the midst of an influenza epidemic.
Unfortunately his early death has allowed quacks and incompetent historians to claim that he was Jack the Ripper, a pedophile homosexual, a dullard, and a faker of his own death. The truth is quite different - as we explain in the article below on our new website.

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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Magi Day

Before returning to our regularly scheduled program of truth sifting on the eve of Christmas Day, we thought that we would drop a reminder that December 25 is not the day of the birth of Jesus, but the day when the Magi visited him as a toddler the year following his birth.
Our alert readers may recall our article on the birth of Jesus which pointed out that his birthday was in September, 3 BC. We published his birth date as September 11, but have since discovered that it is actually September 7, 3 BC.
The annals of history became corrupt at the hands of the Church fathers who, laboring under the decline of the Roman Empire and the ever darkening Dark Ages, determined that Jesus was born on December 25th, perhaps to compete with the pagan festival of Saturnalia.
Through diligent research produced by the late Dr Ernest Martin, and modified by us ever so slightly from the outstanding scholarship of Don Roth, we are certain that Jesus was born on the Feast of Trumpets on September 7.
While the tradition of gift giving comes from the Magi, it is uncertain why Westerners indulge in the froth and excess of it. If people want to celebrate the birth of Jesus, then we would suggest giving unto the least of these as Jesus taught. No where did the Savior teach giving gifts - including gawdawful fruit cakes - in celebration of his birth. It gives Christmas a bad name.
Let your hearts be merry, if but once a year, but know that December 25 is Magi Day.

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