Research in Ireland on Jeremiah’s Tomb #2

Posted by on Aug 10, 2014 in Historical Puzzles, Research

> As promised, here is the inside of Loughcrew Cairn T, in Ireland. Click on the picture for a larger view. . Many believe this is the site of the Prophet Jeremiah’s tomb. I had circled the cairn three times, as the witch I met told me to do, for good luck. . Then I entered the tomb. I tried to take a panorama picture, but for some reason the panorama app, despite working outside, wouldn’t work inside the tomb. . The image of the rock interpretation...

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Jesus’ Return – A Scientific Fact

Posted by on Aug 2, 2014 in Historical Puzzles

Scientists and those who are religious have, it is commonly understood, been in conflict since the time of the Renaissance. The FreeMasons and other secret groups were founded on the notion that scientific ideas were contrary to many articles of faith. Believing that the earth went around the sun could get you into serious trouble at one time as could ideas about using rational thought. It is possible however that science will accomplish one of the longest held religious...

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Research in Ireland on Jeremiah’s Tomb #1

Posted by on Jul 20, 2014 in Historical Puzzles, Research

  Cairn T, at Loughcrew in Ireland, is the site of the Prophet Jeremiah’s tomb. The location sits near the Road of the Chariots (not on Google Maps yet) in County Meath, in the Boyne Valley, further inland than Tara, the later seat of the High Kings of Ireland. The tomb of the Prophet Jeremiah is a little known archaeological site in Ireland, about 1 hr from where I live. The first picture above, from our trip July 19, 2014 to the site, shows the approach to the hill...

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Catholic Genocide? – Guilt uncovered & a big question

Posted by on Jun 2, 2014 in Historical Puzzles, Research, The Nuremberg Puzzle

If any one wonders why I tilt at the Catholic Church, this post may help to explain. As far as I can see there are three essential characteristic to the Catholic Church: 1. Its ability to seduce people. To do this it gets us when we are young. It likes to indoctrinate impressionable young minds into believing that it provides a route to God. This is likely to be the main reason it has survived 2,000 years. 2. Its criminality. If you challenge my assertion that criminals...

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The Secrets of Manhattan #1 Manhattanhenge

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Historical Puzzles, Mystery Novels, The Manhattan Puzzle

This post is part of a series in the run up to the launch of The Manhattan Puzzle paperback in the US, August 26, 2014 by Harper Collins. They describe some of the most interesting things I discovered about Manhattan during my research. The Manhattan Puzzle is available in ebook in many countries already here. In 1811 a street plan was adopted for the island of Manhattan that allowed the sun to set directly on the line of the streets twice a year. The cross-street grid was...

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The Vatican’s ongoing link to an extermination camp – updated

Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in Historical Puzzles

I managed to gain access with a group of American seminarians to the Vatican on a private tour last year. Here is a pic of us in the corridor leading to the Sistine Chapel. What I want to talk about now though is the fact that the head of the Vatican Bank,  the Institute for Religious Works (IOR). is still Ernst von Freyberg, a man who is also chairman of the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg. Why has Pope Francis not removed this man from office? The Blohm +...

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