Disney jumps ship on next Narnia

"The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" will have to sail without Disney. While declining to elaborate, Disney and Walden Media confirmed Tuesday that for budgetary and logistical reasons the Burbank-based studio is not exercising its option to co-produce and co-finance the next "Narnia" movie with... Continue Reading →

General George S. Patton was assassinated to silence his criticism of allied war leaders claims new book – Telegraph

George S. Patton, Americas greatest combat general of the Second World War, was assassinated after the conflict with the connivance of US leaders, according to a new book. Weve got a terrible situation with this great patriot, hes out of control and we must save him from himself. The OSS head General did not trust... Continue Reading →

TheHill.com – With economy in shambles, Congress gets a raise

A crumbling economy, more than 2 million constituents who have lost their jobs this year, and congressional demands of CEOs to work for free did not convince lawmakers to freeze their own pay. Instead, they will get a $4,700 pay increase, amounting to an additional $2.5 million that taxpayers will spend on congressional salaries, and... Continue Reading →

King Tuts Father IDd in Stone Inscription: Discovery News

An inscribed limestone block might have solved one of historys greatest mysteries -- who fathered the boy pharaoh King Tut. "We can now say that Tutankhamun was the child of Akhenaten," Zahi Hawass, chief of Egypts Supreme Council of Antiquities, told Discovery News. The finding offers evidence against another leading theory that King Tut was... Continue Reading →

Rare first century half shekel coin found in Temple Mount dirt – Haaretz – Israel News

A rare half shekel coin, first minted in 66 or 67 C.E., was discovered by 14 year-old Omri Yaari as volunteers sifted through mounds of dirt from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The coin is the first one found to originate from the Temple Mount. For the fourth year, archaeologists and volunteers have been sifting... Continue Reading →

Star Trek: The First Lady Of Star Trek Passes Away

Majel Barrett Roddenberry, the most ubiquitous actor in Star Trek, died today at age 76. The wife of Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, she also provided the computer voices on every version of Trek. And she played three pivotal characters: Number One in the pilot, Nurse Chapel in the original series, and Lwaxana Troi in TNG... Continue Reading →

How the Illuminati influenced Beethoven. – By Jan Swafford – Slate Magazine

For every Illuminatus, the perfection of society started with the perfection of ones own moral character. Aspiring members were given piles of text to read, required to write a rigorous self-examination and to undergo ritualized interrogations: Where have you come from?/ From the world of the first chosen. Whither do you want to go?/ To... Continue Reading →

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