Monthly Archives: October 2012

Isabella the Accursed, and Columbus

After many centuries, Allah’s Garden in Spain dwindled to include only the southern province of Andalucia. At last the Arab rulers were expelled from the Iberian Peninsula entirely. Then, “with no unbelievers [i.e. Muslims] to devour, society would have fallen … Continue reading

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Allah’s Garden in Spain

After the Moors had gained control of Spain, “the genius of the Arabs was devoted to the cultivation of the arts of peace, in what, just before, was a turbulent and barbarous kingdom.” Under the wise rulership of the Moors, … Continue reading

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Moors Enter Spain!

After several centuries of priestcraft, the intolerable burdens “compelled a Christian nation to seek relief under the dominion of the Moslem. A mere handful of Saracens, thus aided [by the Spanish people], not only vanquished an army tenfold their number … Continue reading

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Early History of Spain

Circa 880 B.C., silver was discovered in Spain. This was “the famous discovery of silver by the Pyrenean shepherds.” As the California gold rush of the mid-1800s lured a flood of fortune seekers, so too did Spain become “the California … Continue reading

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The Truth About Hercules

Gerion and his three sons cruelly oppressed the people of Spain. Osiris Denis (Rameses IV), king of Egypt, came to the aid of the oppressed Spaniards with a mixed army of Egyptians, Phoenicians, and Africans. In fierce battle they slew … Continue reading

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Hercules and the Phoenicians

“The word Phoenix, or red, is identical with Adam, Edom, or Erythria.” The word “Phoenician” was invented by the later Greeks to denote a people who came from the Red Sea, wrote David Urquhart circa 1850. (The Pillars Of Hercules. … Continue reading

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Secret of the Cardo

The holder of the secret commenced by drawing the line of the axis of the globe, the cardo crossing it by the synatorial or decumonus. This gave the four points termed cardinal. In an old book, the author describes how … Continue reading

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