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  • A British man found guilty of attempting to smuggle antiquities out of Iraq was sentenced to 15 years in prison, the Guardian reports. Jim Fitton, a 66-year-old former geologist, was arrested at Baghdad International Airport in March after officials found a dozen pottery shards and stones in his bag. He has maintained that he found the items while on a tour with a guide who encouraged him to take the items and that he had no criminal intent. “My client does not deserve this punishment,” his lawyer, Thair Soud, said. “The antiques that were found with him were stones and pieces of broken pottery that had no material, or archaeological, value.” Soud said that he would appeal.

 

  • A federal judge in New York signed a warrant authorizing the seizure by the Justice Department of two jets owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, which are valued at more than $400 million. In a related action, the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry initiated administrative proceedings against Abramovich, seeking penalties of up to twice the value of the aircraft. The seizure effort and administrative complaint are the latest in a series of sanctions and economic attacks by the U.S. government and other Western countries on Russian billionaires in response to their nation’s invasion of Ukraine. The jets tied to Abramovich, who is close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, are a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner now in Dubai, and a Gulfstream G650ER now in Russia.

 

  • Foreign tourists visiting Japan will be required to wear masks, take out private medical insurance and be chaperoned throughout their stay, the government said, as it plans a gradual opening from two years of COVID-19 restrictions.

 

  • [2021] The UN General Assembly has adopted a resolution condemning Nazism, neo-Nazism and all forms of racism, which was co-sponsored by Russia. The US and Ukraine again voted against it, while 49 countries, mainly US allies, abstained. The resolution on “Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices” that contribute to racism, xenophobia and intolerance was adopted with 130 votes in favor, the Russian permanent mission to the UN announced on Thursday. Moscow has submitted the motion annually, in recent years, and Washington and Kiev have consistently opposed.

 

  • A Italian tourist at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid damaged an artwork last week when she tripped while trying to take a selfie with the work. Alberto Sánchez’s ballet set for La romería de los cornudos (The Pilgrimage of Cuckolds), 1933, was reportedly torn in one part by the tourist who fell on the work, according to the Spanish newspaper ABC. As she fell, she grabbed hold of the piece and ripped part of its wallpaper. This is not the first time a work of art has been damaged as a result of person taking a selfie. In 2020, for example, a visitor to the Museo Antonio Canova in Possagno, Italy, damaged a plaster model of a 19th-century sculpture, breaking off two if its toes. In a similar vein, in 2017, a visitor to a Yayoi Kusama show at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. smashed a pumpkin sculpture while taking a selfie, resulting in what the museum said was “minor damage” to the work.

 

  • The White House excluded Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua from the U.S.-hosted Summit of the Americas this week, prompting Mexico’s president to make good on a threat to skip the event because all countries in the Western Hemisphere were not invited.

 

  • TR-3B Black Triangle – In recent years, countless people have reported seeing flying objects of strange shapes (including triangular) and spectacular trajectories. Without ever challenging the existence of UFOs of alien origin, we must make it clear that some of such aircraft are in fact owned and used in the greatest secrecy by the US government. Only with the tremendous courage of some people who worked in different military bases, the truth about these aircraft’s was able to come to light, which is likely to hurry their future use in civil society for the benefit of all mankind. This is not just about the use of the aircraft itself but primarily about the technology behind its propulsion system – a technology that is also called “black technology” and which, as Steven Greer mentions in his Hidden Truth, Prohibited information is about 10,000 years more advanced than space-based space technology currently used globally. ~ Nicolae Chiriac

 

  • The South African government said it was taken aback by Ryanair’s decision to force UK-bound travelers holding the country’s passport to take a test in Afrikaans language to prove nationality, calling the move a “backward profiling system”.

 

  • Apple will have to change the connector on its iPhones sold in Europe by 2024 as EU countries and EU lawmakers agreed to a single mobile charging port for mobile phones, tablets and cameras.

 

  • So far no one has found evidence of intelligent aliens elsewhere in the cosmos. But if they do exist, they might be hanging out on Dyson spheres circling the husks of sunlike stars called white dwarfs scattered throughout the Milky Way, a new paper argues. And that’s there we should be focusing our search for extraterrestrials, study co-author Ben Zuckerman, an emeritus professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California Los Angeles, told Live Science in an email. Based on what that search turns up, astronomers could estimate how many advanced civilizations lurk in the galaxy, he said. If humans covered every square inch of Earth’s surface with solar panels, that would generate more than 1,017 joules of energy per second. That would still be losing the majority of energy radiated by the sun, about 1,026 joules per second. This is the motivation behind Dyson spheres, named for the famed physicist Freeman Dyson, who developed the idea in 1960. If an advanced civilization really wants to harness the awesome energetic output of their home star, they have to build megastructures to capture it, blocking out at least some of the star’s light and converting that energy into other useful things. Dyson’s original proposal of a solid sphere (with 100% solar coverage) doesn’t work because of stability issues, as it would be impossible to keep the star at the center and the entire sphere would disintegrate due to extreme tidal and rotational stresses. If humans covered every square inch of Earth’s surface with solar panels, that would generate more than 1,017 joules of energy per second. That would still be losing the majority of energy radiated by the sun, about 1,026 joules per second. This is the motivation behind Dyson spheres, named for the famed physicist Freeman Dyson, who developed the idea in 1960. If an advanced civilization really wants to harness the awesome energetic output of their home star, they have to build megastructures to capture it, blocking out at least some of the star’s light and converting that energy into other useful things. Dyson’s original proposal of a solid sphere (with 100% solar coverage) doesn’t work because of stability issues, as it would be impossible to keep the star at the center and the entire sphere would disintegrate due to extreme tidal and rotational stresses.

 

  • Elon Musk has warned Twitter’s board of directors that he may back out of a deal to buy the social media platform for $44 billion because the company has failed to provide information on spam and fake accounts. “This is a clear material breach of Twitter’s obligations under the merger agreement, and Mr. Musk reserves all rights resulting therefrom, including his right not to consummate the transaction and his right to terminate the merger agreement,” lawyers for the Tesla and SpaceX CEO said on Monday in a letter to Twitter. At issue is Musk’s demand for the calculations supporting Twitter’s estimate that less than 5% of its accounts are fake. The South African-born billionaire has claimed that around 20% of supposed Twitter users aren’t real, and he has vowed to crack down on spam bots. He said last month that he had paused the takeover due to concerns over the fake accounts and that he might try to renegotiate the acquisition price to reflect the number of bogus users.

 

  • The outlet Politico claims to have spoken to five White house officials and Democrats “close to the administration not authorized to publicly discuss internal conversations,” who say that internal tensions in the White House have grown as aides engage in “finger-pointing” and panic over staff shakeups. “President Joe Biden and his aides have grown increasingly frustrated by their inability to turn the tide against a cascade of challenges threatening to overwhelm the administration,” wrote Politico.

 

  • A group of burglars took away a rare ‘Spatika Shivling’ (a crystal phallic symbol of Hindu God Shiva) from a temple in India’s Karnataka state on Monday night. The ‘Spatika Shivling’ was known as the biggest of its kind in Southern India. The burglars broke into the Lingadahalli Rambhapuri Hiremath Temple when Veerabhadra Shivacharya Swami, the seer of the pilgrimage centre, stepped out, and stole the rare Spatika Shivling. The incident came to light on Tuesday, when the local Halageri District police were informed about the incident and launched a probe. The significance of the Spatika Shivalinga temple is in that it is beautifully carved with the images of 18 Shakti Devatas (Hindu energy deities), which are installed on the pillars of this pilgrimage centre.

 

  • One-third of humanity does not use the Internet, even though 95 percent of the world’s population sits within range of a mobile broadband network, the Global Connectivity Report 2022 has revealed. According to the findings, at least 390 million people have no possibility to connect to the Internet. One in three individuals who could theoretically go online choose not to do so because of high costs, due to lack of affordability, lack of access to a device, and/or lack of awareness, skills, or purpose.”

 

  • Belgian families are facing strain and exhaustion in their efforts to accommodate refugees from Ukraine, due to financial issues, tensions in everyday life and language barriers, Andre Maton, a social worker in the city of Charleroi, said. According to the social worker, all newcomers first arrive at the general reception center where they receive a stay permit that is valid until March 4, 2023, and can be renewed. Those without any contacts in the country are sent to public social services centers in municipalities and then dispatched to families willing to take them in. A refugee also receives about €1,300 ($1,388) a month plus €300 per child. They are also offered to sign a standard agreement with a host which stipulates that the refugee would give up 20% of the money income to cover food and housing costs. “It is often more than what the host family has to live on. And tensions arise when the refugees refuse to give up some of the money they receive for the costs they incur. Some hosting families consider it abnormal that refugees ‘make savings on their backs,'” Maton said.

 

  • The Bucegi Mountains are a wonderful natural attraction in Romania and since 1935, the valley has been considered a national park. However, recently, the Bucegi have become newsworthy because of claims of alien occupiers and international conspiracies. These paranormal claims were first emerged only in 2009. One of the must-see attractions in the Bucegi National Park is the Romanian Sphinx and the Babele. The Sphinx is so called because it resembles the Egyptian Sphinx of Giza and the Babele. Some have come to believe that the Sphinx is a signal of an extraterrestrial presence on Earth. A labyrinthine tunnel network find within the mountain. Theorists believe that within these tunnels, one could find “rooms, huge rooms, with huge tables and stone chairs for people much, much taller than us” (Day, 2013). Going still further, the theory suggests that “These rooms were created 50,000 years ago and each is connected to each other, protected by an energy source which actives all as one is activated. The locations are: near the Sphinx in Egypt, Baghdad, Mount Kailash in Tibet and the Bucegi Mountains in Romania. The inner tunnels lead to a secret World under the Gobi Plateau in Mongolia and to Antarctica.” (Day, 2013) In the centuries before the dawn of the cosmic era, Romania was inhabited by the Dacians, referred to by the Greeks as the Getae. The Dacians were most likely a northern tribe of the Thracians. The zenith of the Kingdom of Dacia stretched from approximately 82 BC to 106 AD, at which time it was conquered by the Romans. The Dacians worshiped the god Zalmoxis, who was believed to reside in the cave of the holy mountain Kogainon (today’s Bucegi Mountains). ~ Kerry Sullivan

 

  • Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers have begun a campaign to eradicate poppy cultivation, aiming to wipe out the country’s massive production of opium and heroin, even as farmers fear their livelihoods will be ruined at a time of growing poverty. On a recent day in Washir district in southern Helmand province, armed Taliban fighters stood guard as a tractor tore up a field of poppies. The field’s owner stood nearby, watching. The Taliban, who took power in Afghanistan more than nine months ago, issued an edict in early April banning poppy cultivation throughout the country.
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A team of German and Kurdish archaeologists excavated a 3,400-year-old city in Kemune from the Mittani Empire along the Tigris River last week. Due to a severe drought in Iraq, the settlement surfaced from the Mosul reservoir. The city complex includes a palace that had previously been unearthed in 2018 as well as several large buildings that might comprise the city center, Zachiku. Researchers believe it may have been an important location under the Mittani Empire (ca. 1550–1350 BCE), which had control over large parts of northern Mesopotamia and Syria. The Mosul reservoir was used for emergency irrigation to keep crops alive.

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For early humans, the “Bull of Heaven” symbolized our Elohim creators from the Taurus constellation. But the symbol was co-opted by pagan cults and used for sacrifices and mockery of Pleiadians. People were taught to fear all “sky gods” even benevolent ones. ~ Kabamur

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