The Barnes Review, October 1997

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VOLUME III, NUMBER 10


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THE MYSTERIOUS MEGALITHS OF NEW ENGLAND

Increasing numbers of stone structures are being discovered that point to a most unexpected prehistoric reality: Thousands of years before Columbus, there were white settlements in North America with sophisticated, astronomically aligned calendar sites.

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    The Barnes Review, October 1997The Barnes Review, October 1997: The Mysterious Megaliths of New England

    VOLUME III, NUMBER 10


    Table of Contents

    THE MYSTERIOUS MEGALITHS OF NEW ENGLAND

    Increasing numbers of stone structures are being discovered that point to a most unexpected prehistoric reality: Thousands of years before Columbus, there were white settlements in North America with sophisticated, astronomically aligned calendar sites.

    THE TRIBULATIONS OF THE ACADIANS—FROM NEW FRANCE TO LOUISIANA

    A forgotten holocaust in the history of North America is brought to light.

    SHAKESPEARE AND THE HOLOCAUST

    The Shakespeare industry, like the Holocaust industry, has a vested interest in perpetuating its own version of “history.”

    ADDITIONAL REPORTS BY THE POLISH AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED STATES

    The “surprise” treaty between Hitler and Stalin was not really a surprise to informed people of the time.

    ERIK THE RED, LIEF ERIKSON AND OTHER VIKING DISCOVERERS OF AMERICA

    Each year a special day is set aside to remember the Vikings who were here 500 years before Columbus. Does your community mark the occasion?

    STEPHEN FOSTER’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO AMERICA

    “Political correctness” has banned the singing of this original “pop” composer’s lyrics, but his music cannot be killed.

    FOUR WHO WOULD BE KING

    An Old World form of nationalism is making a bit of a comeback as pretenders to various thrones begin to crawl out of the woodwork.

    HITLER, DEMOCRAT—TERRITORIAL REUNIFICATION

    The Germans and the Japanese were portrayed as “eaters of peoples” while the French, British and Dutch busily gobbled up large portions of the globe.

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