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After a third short visit to the United States, in 1988, Michael moved permanently to the Bay Area in late 1989. Thereafter, for ten solid years, he studied film, philosophy and esoteric subjects intensely, eventually leading to his first television and radio appearances in 1998.
Raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the height of the “Troubles,” Michael began his revisionist studies by analyzing subliminal images in pop videos, billboards and magazine ad copy. He also began studying criminology and satanic cults after a spate of bizarre ritualistic murders occurred in Belfast in the mid-1970s.

After twice visiting the United States in the early eighties, Michael ventured out into the field to make a close study of Ireland’s numerous ancient cyclopean ruins and megalithic sites. This research proved invaluable and provided him with clear evidence of a “hidden hand” at work behind academia, religion and the socio-political world. His interest in Ireland’s past was chiefly inspired, in 1978, by the music of Andy Irvine and by Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick, author of the outstanding Book of Conquests. Jim has since complimented Michael on his works.

Brought up by staunchly Marxist parents, Michael became intimately aware of the fraud of Socialism from an early age. He was also convinced that the story of the First and Second World Wars had been utterly misconstrued by the media. The calculated destruction of Celtic, Germanic and Nordic culture remains a central interest.Picture

Through his association with the Paul Solomon Foundation and his own world-renowned grandfather, Tara Singh, Michael witnessed at close hand key figures and orgs in the “New Age Movement,” and was able to see not only the movement’s occult underpinnings but its ability to create specific forms of delusion and magical child syndrome in those who blindly follow most Eastern and New Age precepts and personalities.
After a third short visit to the United States, in 1988, Michael moved permanently to the Bay Area in late 1989. Thereafter, for ten solid years, he studied film, philosophy and esoteric subjects intensely, eventually leading to his first television and radio appearances in 1998. That same year he created his first website, taroscopes.com, which featured his Taroscopic Mystery School. The website and online school are dedicated to the research and advancement of the four great Hermetic arts, and accepts members from all parts of the globe.

Michael’s tutorials in the Divination Arts began in 1997 in the San Francisco Bay Area. These weekly in-person classes on his Taroscopic System continued after his move to Seattle in 2001. Classes in the Washington area continued for three years. During these years, Michael also gave many public talks at conferences and other venues throughout the West Coast. As other projects demanded attention, his Astrology and Tarot classes moved exclusively online.

David Icke, Producer: Bumpy Nights. David Vaughan Icke is an English writer, public speaker, and former media personality best known for his views on what he calls "who and what is really controlling the world".

Speech : Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 - 16 November 1973) was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience.

David Icke is a human singularity of insanity best known for his books Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told is a unique, controversial, fascinating and explosive book; a real page-turner and well worth a read to anyone wishing to understand world events, reality and the solution to the world and society's problems … and anyone sick of political correctness and the perpetually offended..He came to fame as an English footballer and sports commentator and used to be a spokesman for the Green Party of England and Wales, but since 1991 has devoted his life to informing the world that it's actually secretly controlled by evil shape-shifting lizard-people from the 4th dimension.

David Icke is a human singularity of insanity best known for his books Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told is a unique, controversial, fascinating and explosive book; a real page-turner and well worth a read to anyone wishing to understand world events, reality and the solution to the world and society's problems … and anyone sick of political correctness and the perpetually offended..He came to fame as an English footballer and sports commentator and used to be a spokesman for the Green Party of England and Wales, but since 1991 has devoted his life to informing the world that it's actually secretly controlled by evil shape-shifting lizard-people from the 4th dimension.

In 1962 that all slavery practice or trafficking in Saudi Arabia was prohibited. By 1969 it could be observed that most Muslim states had abolished slavery although it existed in the deserts of Iraq bordering Arabia and it still flourished in Saudi Arabia, the Yemen and Oman.

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Jews in Morocco, originally speakers of Berber languages, Judeo-Moroccan Arabic or Judaeo-Spanish, were the first in the country to adopt the French language, and unlike the general population French remains the main (and, in many cases, the exclusive) language of members of the Jewish community there.
The reader must be aware that Morocco is a very wealthy country indeed and that authors like Mr. James Richardson; Travels in Morocco, 1859 had already mentioned within his book the existence of rich mines of Iron, Silver, Gold, Lead, Copper, Antimon and Phosphates and remarked: He, Sultan, must forbid these geological wanderings.

Fasces, insignia of official authority in ancient Rome.The name derives from the plural form of the Latin fascis ("bundle").. The fasces was carried by the lictors, or attendants, and was characterized by an ax head projecting from a bundle of elm or birch rods about 5 feet (1.5 metres) long and tied together with a red strap; it symbolized penal power.

Bob Dylan - Masters of War
Bob Dylan is an American singer-songwriter, author, and visual artist who has been a major figure in popular culture for more than fifty years. Much of his most celebrated work dates from the 1960s, when songs such as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'" became anthems for the civil rights movement and anti-war movemen

David Icke is a human singularity of insanity best known for his books Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told is a unique, controversial, fascinating and explosive book; a real page-turner and well worth a read to anyone wishing to understand world events, reality and the solution to the world and society's problems … and anyone sick of political correctness and the perpetually offended..He came to fame as an English footballer and sports commentator and used to be a spokesman for the Green Party of England and Wales, but since 1991 has devoted his life to informing the world that it's actually secretly controlled by evil shape-shifting lizard-people from the 4th dimension.

Frank Vincent Zappa (December 21, 1940 - December 4, 1993) was an American multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, and bandleader. His work is characterized by nonconformity, free-form improvisation, sound experiments, musical virtuosity, and satire of American culture.

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He might be, Dutch newspapers and media spoke about how he used to go to gay clubs, and perhaps still does. Regardless, its his own personal life. Mohammed VI is the biggest corrupt dictator in the globe.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco has been a frequent visitor to Amsterdam's gay bars+ VIDEO (Utrecht, Netherlands)—According to the Dutch-based broadcaster, NOS, the flamboyant Moroccan king Mohammed VI paid an unexpected visit to Amsterdam on Sunday, 2nd of April.
The reader must be aware that Morocco is a very wealthy country indeed and that authors like Mr. James Richardson; Travels in Morocco, 1859 had already mentioned within his book the existence of rich mines of Iron, Silver, Gold, Lead, Copper, Antimon and Phosphates and remarked: He, Sultan, must forbid these geological wanderings.
The Moroccan king, Mohammed VI, spends £3.6 million a month on staff wages, £97,000 on car repairs and almost £53,000 on animal feed, according to a breakdown of the palace budget that has enraged his poverty-stricken subjects.

Details of the lavish spending - the first time that the finances of a royal Arab household have been revealed - show that the king costs Moroccan taxpayers £144.6 million a year, 18 times more than Queen Elizabeth II.
The palace spends £632,000 on electricity and water, £600,000 on telephones and £355,000 on petrol and fuel. The monthly clothes bill comes to £121,000, while stationery alone costs £61,000.

Democracy campaigners have pointed out that six million Moroccans - a fifth of the 30 million population - have to survive on about $1 (54p) a day.

There’s something inherently hair-raising about them, and to many, they’re some of the creepiest and most taboo places on the planet. What’s scarier than your typical, run-of-the-mill cemetery, though? How about one that houses the remains of millions of Parisians and is located directly underneath France’s capital? Yeah, probably that. For a city that’s known for its love of fashion, romance, and culture, Paris sure is hiding a dark secret under its streets. These little-known facts about the vast Catacombs of Paris will leave you absolutely bewildered.

T-Mobile Proposed 5G Coverage: T-Mobile's projection for 5G wireless mobile coverage in their 600 MHz and other frequency spectrum. These maps are intended to show the advantage of the combination of T-Mobile and Sprint 5G coverage if their proposed merger is approved.

Dr Barrie Trower & sir Julian Rose
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Michael Tsarion:
Michael Tsarion was born in Northern Ireland and is a researcher of the occult. He is an author and public speaker whose topics include symbolism, sidereal astrology and Atlantis. He is also the producer and presenter of the Origins and Oracles series which explores ancient mysteries and forbidden knowledge.

Architects of Control by Michael Tsarion.
This makes mind control as dangerous, if not more so, than physical coercion. In other words, it can be even more effective than torture, physical abuse, drugs etc. That's worth repeating. In mind control, there may be no physical coercion or violence, but it can actually be much more effective in controlling a person. That's because coercion ...

Phnom Penh
Once known as the "Pearl of Asia," it was considered one of the loveliest French-built cities in Indochina[9] in the 1920s. Phnom Penh, along with Siem Reapand Sihanoukville, are significant global and domestic tourist destinations for Cambodia. Founded in 1434, the city is noted for its historical architecture and attractions. There are a number of surviving French colonial buildings scattered along the grand boulevards.
On the banks of the Tonlé Sap, Mekong, and Bassac Rivers, the Phnom Penh metropolitan area is home to about 1.5 million[3] of Cambodia's population of over 14.8 million

Angkor Wat (Wat temple) is the central feature of the Angkor UNESCO World Heritage Site containing the magnificent remains of the Khmer civilization. Angkor Wat's rising series of five towers culminates in an impressive central tower that symbolizes mythical Mount Meru. Thousands of feet of wall space are covered with intricate carving depicting scenes from Hindu mythology. The most important are the Carved Bas reliefs of the Hindu narratives. They tell a story about gods fighting demons in order to reclaim order which can only be achieved by recovering the elixir of life known as amrita. The gods and demons must work together to release it and then battle to attain it.

Other temples
A number of significant temples are dotted around Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom within the Angkor Archaeological Park, including Ta Prohm, Preah Khan, Banteay Kdei, Phnom Bakheng, Ta Keo, Ta Som, East Mebon, Drukhsh, Pre Rup and Neak Pean. These temples may be visited along the grand circuit or the small circuit routes.[13] Other sites are the Roluos group of temples located to the east of Siem Reap.

Floating market is one of the most interesting type of markets in Vietnam, popular at Mekong River Delta. As the result, it is considered to be the most attractive destination of the South Vietnam.
 
A floating market, where junks and boats are the main types of transportation is common seen at the Mekong Delta Vietnam. Floating market usually located at river parts which are relatively big, not too dry and not too deep. If too deep and big, it will be dangerous to anchor a boats and junks.
Floating market is a unique characteristic when coming to the Southwest of Vietnam. Floating market have existed for hundreds of years and have become a vital part of the local life in Mekong Delta. The floating market opens up a whole day, but it is usually the most bustling in the morning with hundreds of boats and junks, when it is cool. The more it turns to noon, the hottest the weather is, the fewer customers are. So visit floating market in early morning is a best choice for traveler.
 
Boats are loading fully of goods but fruits are the most popular kind of merchandise. The peculiar point of boats is that in each one has several poles. People hang products which they sell on these poles. Therefore, customers just only look at the poles, they can know whether the boat has things they need or not. By this unique marketing of “hang what they sell”, customers from a far distance can see clearly items.
These has been no administrative management and stick taxes-collecting, which goes to the spontaneous establish floating market since the beginning of the purchase and exchange of goods on the river of these famers, traders living around the river.
 
Mekong Delta Vietnam is typical of tropical monsoon climate and known as huge diversity of fruits and vegetables lasts four seasons. Therefore, local people freely used to purchase agriculture products, types of fruits and handicraft products in leisure after harvest time. On the other hand, the reason why Floating market has spontaneously established that the thick system of river in the Mekong Delta, which it’s easy for boats and junks to relocate to all corners of the river and to be of great advantage for trader to purchase the considerable volume of agriculture products, fruits from local famer or farmhouse on the cheap.

Siem Reap is the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia. It is a popular resort town and a gateway to the Angkor region.
Siem Reap has colonial and Chinese-style architecture in the Old French Quarter and around the Old Market. In the city, there are museums, traditional Apsaradance performances, a Cambodian cultural village, souvenir and handicraft shops, silk farms, rice-paddies in the countryside, fishing villages and a bird sanctuarynear the Tonle Sap Lake and a vibrant, cosmopolitan drinking and dining scene.
Siem Reap today—being a popular tourist destination—has a large number of hotels, resorts, restaurants and businesses closely related to tourism. This is much owed to its proximity to the Angkor temples, the most popular tourist attraction in Cambodia.

Marbella is a city and municipality in southern Spain, belonging to the province of Málaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is part of the Costa del Sol and is the headquarters of the Association of Municipalities of the region; it is also the head of the judicial district that bears its name.

Marbella
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Marbella in early-September 2009
Marbella in early-September 2009
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Location of the municipality of Marbella in Province of Málaga
Location of the municipality of Marbella in Province of Málaga
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Coordinates: 36°31′0″N 4°53′0″W
Country
Spain
Autonomous community
Andalusia
Province
Málaga
Comarca
Costa del Sol Occidental
Government
• Type
Mayor-council
• Body
Ayuntamiento de Marbella
• Mayor
María Ángeles Muñoz (People's Party)
Area
• Total
114.3 km2 (44.1 sq mi)
• Land
114.3 km2 (44.1 sq mi)
• Water
0.00 km2 (0.00 sq mi)
Population (2018)[1]
• Total
141,463
• Density
1,200/km2 (3,200/sq mi)
Time zone
UTC+1 (CET)
• Summer (DST)
UTC+2 (CEST)
Website
www.marbella.es
Marbella is situated on the Mediterranean Sea, between Málaga and the Strait of Gibraltar, in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca. The municipality covers an area of 117 square kilometres (45 sq mi) crossed by highways on the coast, which are its main entrances.

In 2012 the population of the city was 140,473 inhabitants,[5] making it the second most populous municipality in the province of Málaga and the eighth in Andalusia. It is one of the most important tourist cities of the Costa del Sol and throughout most of the year is an international tourist attraction, due mainly to its climate and tourist infrastructure.

Les Vosges
The Vosges, also called the Vosges Mountains, are a range of low mountains in eastern France, near its border with Germany. Together with the Palatine Forest to the north on the German side of the border, they form a single geomorphological unit and low mountain range of around in area. It runs in a north-northeast direction from the Burgundian Gate to the Börrstadt Basin, and forms the western boundary of the Upper Rhine Plain.

From 1871 to 1918 the Vosges marked for the most part the border between Germany and France, due to the Franco-Prussian War. The elongated massif is divided south to north into three sections: The Higher Vosges or High Vosges (Hautes Vosges), extending in the southern part of the range from Belfort to the river valley of the Bruche.
The highest mountains and peaks of the Vosges (with Alsatian or German names in brackets) are:
* Grand Ballon (Großer Belchen) 1,424 m (4,672 ft)
* Storkenkopf 1,366 m (4,482 ft)
* Hohneck 1,363 m (4,472 ft)
* Kastelberg 1,350 m (4,429 ft)
* Klintzkopf (Klinzkopf) 1,330 m (4,364 ft)
* Rothenbachkopf 1,316 m (4,318 ft)
* Lauchenkopf 1,314 m (4,311 ft)
* Batteriekopf 1,311 m (4,301 ft)
* Haut de Falimont 1,306 m (4,285 ft)
* Gazon du Faing 1,306 m (4,285 ft)
* Rainkopf 1,305 m (4,281 ft)
* Gazon du Faîte 1,303 m (4,275 ft)
* Ringbuhl (Ringbühl) 1,302 m (4,272 ft)
* Soultzereneck (Sulzereneck) 1,302 m (4,272 ft)
* Le Tanet (Tanneck) 1,292 m (4,239 ft)
* Petit Ballon (Kahler Wasen or Kleiner Belchen) 1,272 m (4,173 ft)
* Ballon d'Alsace (Elsässer Belchen) 1,247 m (4,091 ft)
* Brézouard 1,229 m (4,032 ft)
* Ballon de Servance (highest point in the département of Haute-Saône) 1,216 m (3,990 ft)
* Drumont 1,200 m (3,937 ft)
* Planche des Belles Filles 1,148 m (3,766 ft)
* Molkenrain 1,123 m (3,684 ft)
* Champ du Feu (Hochfeld or Firstfeld) 1,099 m (3,606 ft)
* Baerenkopf 1,074 m (3,524 ft)
* Rocher de Mutzig (Mutzigfelsen) 1,010 m (3,314 ft)
* Donon 1,009 m (3,310 ft)
* Taennchel (Tännchel) 992 m (3,255 ft)
* Climont 965 m (3,166 ft)
* Hartmannswillerkopf (Hartmannsweilerkopf) 956 m (3,136 ft)
* Chatte Pendue 902 m (2,959 ft)
* Ungersberg 901 m (2,956 ft)
* Tête du Coquin 837 m (2,746 ft)
* Mont Saint-Odile (Odilienberg) 760 m (2,493 ft)
* Dabo (Dagsburg) 647 m (2,123 ft)
* Grand Wintersberg (Großer Wintersberg) 581 m (1,906 ft)
* Hohenbourg (Hohenburg) 550 m (1,804 ft)

Nature parks
Two nature parks lie within the Vosges: the Ballons des Vosges Nature Park and the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park. The Northern Vosges Nature Park and the Palatinate Forest Nature Park on the German side of the border form the cross-border Palatinate Forest-North Vosges Biosphere Reserve.

History
he massif known in Latin as Vosago mons or Vosego silva, sometimes Vogesus mons, was extended to the vast woods covering the region. Later, German speakers referred to the same region as Vogesen or Wasgenwald.
Over the centuries, settlement increased gradually, as was typical for a forested region. Forests were cleared for, inter alia, agriculture, livestock and early industrial factories (charcoal works and glassworks) and the water mills used water power. Concentrations of settlement and immigration took place and not only in areas where minerals were found. In the mining area of the Lièpvrette valley, for example, there was an influx of Saxon miners and mining specialists. From time to time, wars, plagues and religious conflicts saw the depopulation of territories – in their wake it was not uncommon for people to be relocated there from other areas.
On the lower heights and buttresses of the main chain on the Alsatian side are numerous castles, generally in ruins, testifying to the importance of this crucial crossroads of Europe, violently contested for centuries. At several points on the main ridge, especially at Sainte Odile above Ribeauvillé (German: Rappoltsweiler), are the remains of a wall of unmortared stone with tenons of wood, about 1.8 to 2.2 m (6 to 7 ft) thick and 1.3 to 1.7 m (4 to 6 ft) high, called the Mur Païen (Pagan Wall). It was used for defence in the Middle Ages and archaeologists are divided as to whether it was built by the Romans, or before their arrival.[7]
During the French Revolutionary Wars, on 13 July 1794, the Vosges were the scene of the Battle of Trippstadt. From 1871 to 1918, they formed the main border line between France and the German Empire. The demarcation line stretched from the Ballon d'Alsace to Mont Donon with the lands east of it being incorporated into Germany as part of Alsace-Lorraine.
During the First World War, the Vosges were the scene of severe and almost continuous fighting.[8] And during the Second World War, in autumn 1944, they were the site of brief but sharp fighting between Franco-American and German forces.

Prague is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic, the 14th largest city in the European Union and also the historical capital of Bohemia. Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, the city is home to about 1.3 million people, while its larger urban zone is estimated to have a population of 2.6 million. The city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters

Copenhagen is the capital and most populous city of Denmark. The city has a population of 775,033, of whom 613,288 live in the Municipality of Copenhagen and the Copenhagen urban area has a population of 1,308,893.

Luleå is a part of Swedish Lapland and is the northernmost destination in Sweden, spanning from Skellefteå in the south to Kiruna in the north.
Swedish Lapland covers a quarter of the country’s surface. Already 5,000 years ago, Sami people lived here. There are much interesting from their history and also how they lived and live today.

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