The Forbidden Legacy of a Fallen Race

Deus Nexus

Reposted from: Waking Times.
By Andrew Collins, New Dawn

Angels are something we associate with beautiful Pre-Raphaelite and renaissance paintings, carved statues accompanying gothic architecture and supernatural beings who intervene in our lives at times of trouble. For the last 2000 years this has been the stereotypical image fostered by the Christian Church. But what are angels? Where do they come from, and what have they meant to the development of organised religion?

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The Influence of Black Magic on Pop Culture

Deus Nexus

crowleyDN: Back in the 80’s, when I was a teenager, there was a public movement by some national Christian groups to attack pop culture.  They made outlandish claims about demonic influence in the media, that rock n’ roll music promoted devil worship.  They banned books.  They protested films.  Of course, my generation didn’t take their rantings seriously.  We thought they were just crazy puritans with a socially conservative agenda.  We worshiped pop culture.  We loved our rock n’roll.  We never would have imagined there was in fact some truth to these claims. Today’s generation is even more saturated by blatant occult messages.  The article below is quite eye-opening.


Alan Moore, Freemasonry, and Aleister Crowley on Pop Culture

Reposted from: Veterans Today.
by Jonas E. Alexis

In the article “Nietzsche Goes to Hollywood,”[2] we argued that ideas are powerful and can subtly and unsuspectingly spread in many different…

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Debunking the Demonic Deception: The Story of Michael Jackson and The Truth

Reflections on the Dance

“Know, in the end, I’ll be vindicated, I pray, because I know the truth.  I am an innocent person and I believe in God and love God.”

Michael Jackson speaking to Rev. Jesse Jackson during his 2005 child molestation trial on what he wants his fans to know.

You’ve heard all of the stories…the accusations, the stories of crazy behavior, of Michael Jackson being weird, self-hating, wacko, criminal.  But what’s the TRUTH?  We’re about to find out:

Maybe you already know the truth, but ask yourself constantly why Michael Jackson went through as much intense criticism and trial as he did.  We’re about to find out the truth about that too:

This blog series is a culmination of my own research and writing, in addition to several others who volunteered to share their research and writings with me to give a bigger overall picture.  I appreciate all of the information…

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Richest person of all time, Muslim King Mansa Musa of Mali, gained wealth from the Arab slave trade

The Muslim Issue

This article only mention gold and salt as the source of Muslim King Mansa Musa’s riches. But Mansa Musa’s main source for his income was slavery. Before our history books got rewritten to appease to modern day Arabs, the reality is that the main wealth produced in Africa came from the Arab-African slave trade which was founded by regional African Kings in collaboration with Arab slave traders. When Britain abolished the slave trade worldwide, the ones to object the loudest were the African Kings. They refused to end slavery. After the Middle East, Africa and India are even today the largest slave nations in the world. Arab wealth was accumulated from the combination of robberies, invasion, slavery and international trade.

That slave trade grew to massive proportions under self-proclaimed prophet Mohammed’s Islamic laws. Everyone became victims of slavery, including 6 million Europeans. After Arabs conquered North Africa and forced the…

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The Arab slave trade: 200 million non-Muslim slaves from all colors and nationalities

The Muslim Issue

British with slave trader

British colonial official with Islamic slave traders in Zanzibar. On the far right is Hamad bin Mohamed bin Jumah bin Rajab bin Mohamed bin Said al-Murghabi, more commonly known as Tippu Tip. He was the most notorious Islamic slaver. al-Murghabi died in 1905.


About ten years ago while traveling in Asia I found a very unusual book which I have unfortunately not been able to find in the West. I was casually reading it in the bookstore and regret that I never purchased it due to space and weight restrictions I already had in my luggage. It was a 900-year old Muslim ‘slave manual’ translated into English from the original Arabic. It was basically a very detailed purchasing manual, describing the cultural and ethnic traits of slaves from different parts of the world in non-Islamic countries. This should not be a surprise since the Quran supports slavery and enable…

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