Featured Image: Steam Whistle. SOURCE: allthingsclipart.com (Public-Domain).
Published on Oct 10, 2013
Featured Image: Photograph of Nikola Tesla. SOURCE: the Library of Congress.
Nokila Tesla, the father of Alternate Currents, which proved to be the best method of moving electrical from place to place safely and economically. But, once he claimed he was working on a way to provide free energy to everyone the robber barons led by Thomas Edison would no longer support his unprofitable ideas.
From Before it’s News Sunday, May 5, 2013 17:42
RAR Energia Gravity Motor — Intro by Sterling Allan of PESN
Published on May 3, 2013
Photo: Cover of the newspaper O Globo with the first photo of a Panará. SOURCE Before its News article below.
From Before its News
Thursday, January 24, 2013 21:14
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, there were still large areas of Brazil that were unexplored. At that time, a tribe of “Indians giants” more than 2 meters tall was discovered living in northern Mato Grosso. They were feared by neighboring tribes. A true legend in the region, which began to be reported by some media outlets.
The Panará stepped back into Brazilian history in the 1970’s. Nobody knew what they called themselves. They were “giant Indians,” or Krenacore, Kreen-Akore, Kreen-akarore, Krenhakarore, or Krenacarore – variations of the Kayapó name kran iakarare, which means “round-cut head,” a reference to the traditional haircut that is typical of the Panará. In extensive reports from the time of contact, there is an underlying concern with explaining their unknown origin. Calling them giants, or white Indians or black Indians, was a way of identifying them while removing them from the disturbing state of absolute otherness. . . . Read Complete Report
from Sovereign Man
by Simon Black
May 9, 2012
Sao Paulo, Brazil
When most people think of Brazil, it’s the incredible beaches that come to mind. Or the crazy parties of Carnival. Or the spectacular vistas and great weather. Or how indescribably gorgeous (and welcoming) the locals are.
But here’s a little known fact, and it’s something that sets Brazil apart from most other places: Brazil’s constitution prohibits the extradition of Brazilian citizens to other countries. This is a rare gem in the world… I’ll explain. . . . Read complete Report