To Err Is ... Robotic?

Earlier this month, a vote was passed, 17-2, by a committee within the European Parliament to give legal personhood to robots. Ostensibly, this is being done for your own good. Technocratic vision predicts that the day will come when you'll want to hold a robot accountable for murder. (Hopefully not your own.) Wouldn't you love to play the defense lawyer in THAT trial?

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Antarctica: All This Fuss Over a Map

"Pope Innocent VIII could no longer protect and procrastinate over a centuries-old secret, a secret that was well-known to the Knights Templar and their allies." In 1929, this map that was published early in the 16th century by Turkish Admiral Piri Reis, was magically rediscovered by a German theologian. It is a map that exhibited incredibly accurate detail of Antarctica, but drawn as she would have looked thousands of years ago without all the ice! Who knew about this and when did they know it? Part 2 of our Antarctica series begins here.

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Eight Trump Cards in 2017

Few magazine covers titillate the Alt-Media Webiverse more than The Economist's supra-symbolic vision of the year ahead. The Rothschilds never fail to disappoint us. However, we must smirk at the fact that the 2016 cover failed to display even a hint of one Donald J. Trump, an omission that the magazine itself now admits. The editors have now made up for that omission, in spades, by presenting not just one "Trump" but EIGHT of them.

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White Rabbit #3 - Free Flowing Prosperity

White Rabbit #3 - Free Flowing Prosperity

Sarah Bernhardt once said, "Life begets life. Energy creates energy." Conversely, Aristotle once said, "Money does not beget money."  Our natural world shows us the path to free flowing prosperity where magickal bankers are no longer needed.

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