The Forbidden Secret

Published on Dec 8, 2013
This is Dr. Stanley Monteith’s mindblowing video lecture The Forbidden Secret, which reveals the source of the power that has been utilized by sages, adepts, witch doctors, shamans, priests, prophets, wise men, diviners, and mediums down through the ages.

Secret societies have existed since the dawn of civilization, and they exist today. What is their purpose? Adepts claim they possess secret knowledge that provides fame, power, and prosperity. Is that true? Why are some people fabulously wealthy while most people struggle to make a living? Why do almost half of the people in the word live in abject poverty? Where does the secret knowledge come from?
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A rare and close look at what war is really like through China Beach

Originally posted on The Soulful Veteran's Blog:

There’s no fantasy, hero worship or fake humor in this TV series. Everyone is flawed and injured from the war—even Americans who never served in Vietnam or wore a uniform.

“China Beach” was a TV series from 1988 to 1991, and I didn’t view it until recently after I first heard about it and bought a copy of the series on DVD at Costco. I didn’t buy the complete series that comes with almost 60 hours of run time. I bought Seasons 1 + 2 with about 22 hours.

And I think I know why this excellent TV series was cancelled after four seasons—although the series has more than 249 reviews on Amazon with 4.8 of 5 stars, most Americans can’t deal with the harsh reality of war. After all, less than 7% of Americans are veterans and even fewer have served in combat.

“China Beach” is set in a…

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The Vietnam War: Another Fiftieth Anniverary

Originally posted on 500 Year Party:

Another fiftieth anniversary is coming in August, the fiftieth anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution that passed the Senate on August 7, 1964 with famously only two senators, from Oregon and Alaska, voting against it. The Vietnam War was a multi-administration project, with the start of our involvement under the Truman administration, as he increased support for the French in Vietnam at the same time as he engaged in the Korean War; and it picked up under Eisenhower; and all the basics of the Vietnam War we know and love were set by the Kennedy administration; but the “crossing the Rubicon” moment is the passing of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in the first year of the Johnson administration. Supposedly the North Vietnamese attacked two U. S. destroyers that were near the country, and this was the casus belli need for the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, but it was later…

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War … what is it good for?

Originally posted on Speak Your Truth:

I tupu ake ahau i ngā kaīnga o Ngāti Tūmatauenga i Aotearoa, i rāwāhi hoki

My Dad was a soldier.
He fought in Vietnam.
He experienced Agent Orange.
He slowly, but surely, got sick.
He was one of those fighting for an apology.
He died before he could hear it.
Soldiers were his pallbearers.
They gave him a 21 gun salute.
Dad’s friends came.
From all over the globe.
Wally is a friend of my Dad.
My Dad’s guardian during War.
There is a pounamu I wear around my neck.
It represents Wally and my Dad.
It was a gift from Wally.

Please take a moment to listen to Wally’s kōrero.

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