William Henry on Stargates



William Henry 's breakthrough research on stargates in ancient art, myth and texts has been documented in 14 books and numerous DVD programs. Hundreds of thousands of listeners hear him regularly as the co-host of Whitley Strieber 's Dreamland. He ?is also a regular contributor on Coast to Coast AM? with George Noory.

In his temple-quests in Egypt, France, Scotland and America, William uncovered and followed a visual code of this Way to the Stars in ancient art. What he discovered and brought to the world 's attention is truly amazing. The symbolism used by the ancients to depict their gods traveling the stars matches that used by modern science to symbolize wormholes.

To watch William Henry's great interview on CMN go here...

...or to learn more about William Henry's work, go here: www.williamhenry.net

CNN: Former astronaut: Man not alone in universe

Former NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell, shown in 1998, says "there really is no doubt we are being visited."
(CNN) -- Earth Day may fall later this week, but as far as former NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell and other UFO enthusiasts are concerned, the real story is happening elsewhere.

Mitchell, who was part of the 1971 Apollo 14 moon mission, asserted Monday that extraterrestrial life exists, and that the truth is being concealed by the U.S. and other governments.

He delivered his remarks during an appearance at the National Press Club following the conclusion of the fifth annual X-Conference, a meeting of UFO activists and researchers studying the possibility of alien life forms.

Mankind has long wondered if we're "alone in the universe. [But] only in our period do we really have evidence. No, we're not alone," Mitchell said.

"Our destiny, in my opinion, and we might as well get started with it, is [to] become a part of the planetary community. ... We should be ready to reach out beyond our planet and beyond our solar system to find out what is really going on out there."

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Bishop Takes Knight

Thousands of marijuana smokers gather in Vancouver to celebrate "420"

Marijuana smokers gather in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery on Monday to celebrate "420," which is dubbed National Pot Smoking Day.

VANCOUVER — Thousands of marijuana smokers gathered in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery on Monday to celebrate "420," which is dubbed National Pot Smoking Day.

"We're trying to stay upwind," joked Vancouver police Sgt. Jim Patenaude, who was watching with a number of other officers on bicycles as smoke clouds arose from the crowd.

He said police were mainly monitoring the situation for crowd control and public safety.

"We're just here to keep the peace," Patenaude explained.

"It would be totally inappropriate to jump in and arrest."

He estimated about 5,000 people, mainly in the 18 to 20 age range, had gathered by noon, with more expected as the time approached 4:20 p.m. on 4\20.

The significance of 420 is hazy but is believed to be code for smoking pot started by a group of students at a California high school who would meet at 4:20 each day, after detentions finished.

"My alarm on my phone goes off at 4:20 every day," said Jermaine Coe, 16, a Langley Secondary school student who attended the event with friends.

Julia Trudell, 18, who lives near Nanaimo, said she and a friend caught the 8:30 a.m. ferry to attend the 420 celebration.

"It's unbelievable," she said, smoking pot from a purple bong (pipe). "It almost feels fake, it's so unreal."

One booth set up on the plaza was selling snacks for stoners and $1 stickers that said: "Legalize, Regulate, Educate, Medicate."

"We promote cannabis as a wonderful medicine" said the booth's operator, who would only reveal his first name: Jim, 48.

"The only thing that's harming people is the prohibition of it," he said.

Source: vancouversun.com

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Un libro de Galeano, furor en EE.UU. gracias a un regalo de Chávez a Obama


El libro "Las venas abiertas de América Latina" que el presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez regaló a su homólogo estadounidense, Barack Obama, en la V Cumbre de las Américas en Trinidad y Tobago pasó hoy al segundo lugar de ventas en el sitio en Internet de Amazon.com.

Escrita en 1971, la obra del escritor uruguayo Eduardo GALEANO narra el saqueo de las riquezas del continente durante medio siglo sufrido a manos de las potencias de la época.
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How the man in a van outsmarted Microsoft

Ric Richardson … money not that important.

He has been called a "born creative thinker" and "a man of extraordinarily high principle". Others consider his inventions frivolous and derivative. Not that Frederick Bailier Richardson III - aka Ric Richardson - particularly cares.

As of last week, the 47-year-old inventor, surfer and one-time dirt-biker stands to reap the lion's share of a $US388 million ($537 million) damages award from Microsoft, after a US jury found the software giant had stolen his technology.


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Israeli PM ‘No second Holocaust’

ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged yesterday not to allow Holocaust deniers the chance to carry out a second Holocaust against the Jewish people.

He spoke at the ceremony marking Israel’s annual memorial day for the six million Jews killed by Nazis and their collaborators during World War II, but the event fell under the shadow of the UN anti-racism conference in Geneva, perceived in Israel as anti-Semitic.

Speaking at Yad Vashem, Israel’s official Holocaust memorial and study centre, Netanyahu said: “We will not allow the Holocaust deniers to carry out another Holocaust against the Jewish people. This is the supreme duty of the state of Israel. This is my supreme duty as prime minister of Israel.’’
Source: Reuters through thetimes.co.za

El sol brilla alto para Oracle

·La empresa de tecnología de la información se hace con Sun Microsystems tras la retirada de la oferta de IBM
·La alianza crea un nuevo gigante de la informática empresarial

Desde el 2005, Oracle, uno de los gigantes del software de Estados Unidos, especializado en bases de datos, ha ido realizando pequeñas y grandes compras de otras compañías informáticas, una furia compradora en la que se ha gastado más de 31.000 millones de euros. Ayer, la empresa californiana sumó la adquisición número 52 de estos cuatro años. Y aunque puede no ser la más costosa, sí representa la primera que puede cambiar el panorama de las tecnologías de la información.
Oracle cerró un acuerdo definitivo de compra con Sun Microsystems, la empresa entre cuyos mayores éxitos están el lenguaje de programación Java, que utilizan más de 1.000 millones de aparatos en todo el mundo, la base de datos MySQL, el sistema operativo Solaris y los servidores. Y aunque quedan procesos burocráticos imprescindibles (desde la aprobación por el accionariado de Sun hasta los trámites legales) se puede augurar la entrada en juego de un nuevo gigante o, en las palabras que usó ayer Bruce Richardson, un analista de Boston, en The Wall Street Journal, ''un gorila'' en el mercado de las infraestructuras informáticas.
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Oracle buys Sun in $7.4bn deal
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