The Barnes Review, September/October 1998

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VOLUME IV, NUMBER 5


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THE AMAZING GREAT PYRAMID OF EGYPT

By Tom Valentine. When was it built, by whom, why and, above all, how in the world did they build this amazing structure? Valentine refutes the establishment historians.

 

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    The Barnes Review, September-October 1998The Barnes Review, September/October 1998: The Amazing Great Pyramid of Egypt

    VOLUME IV, NUMBER 5


    This issue is sold out! We are working on getting this issue online as a PDF file for downloading.

    Table of Contents

    THE AMAZING GREAT PYRAMID OF EGYPT

    By Tom Valentine. When was it built, by whom, why and, above all, how in the world did they build this amazing structure? Valentine refutes the establishment historians.

    MATHEMATICAL MYSTERIES OF THE GREAT PYRAMID

    By Keith P. Johnson. Coded into the Great Pyramid are mathematical proportions that supposedly were unknown to man until thousands of years after this edifice was built.

    EVIDENCE OF A VANISHED CIVILIZATION

    By Paul Tudor Angel. A possible answer to the mysteries of the Great Pyramid, the Sphinx and other fantastic monuments around the world suggests that they were built by some unknown globe-spanning civilization whose very name is now forgotten.

    A WOMAN OF RARE SUBSTANCE, A BOOK REVIEW

    By Elisabeth Carto. A remarkable book about a remarkable individual, Mrs. Florentine Rost van Tonningen, one who does not always fit in but goes her own way. Available at long last in the English language.

    WAS THE U.S. PLANNING TO INVADE CANADA?

    By Vivian Bird. Following World War I many Americans—realizing too late that the United States had been in no way threatened by Germany and that we had been hoodwinked into that wholly European conflict—changed their attitude toward Britain and were even considering war with our former “ally,” and its colony, Canada.

    THE ROLE OF THE SOPHISTS IN THE DOWNFALL OF ATHENS

    By Mark Cotterill. The flowering of ancient Greek civilization is all the more amazing in view of the culture’s complete lack of defenses against alien termites such as the wandering “teachers of wisdom” who were known as the sophists.

    THE TRAGEDY OF THE DANUBE SWABIANS

    By Stefan Bastius. Never forget: After World War II, some 1.6 million ethnic Germans of Yugoslavia were expelled or consigned to starvation camps at Walpach, Krushiwil, Gakowa, Jarek, Vrdnik, Mitrowitza, Molidorf and Rudolfsgnad, names that should outrank even Auschwitz in infamy.

    THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE BIRTH OF JUDICIAL TYRANNY

    By Robert C. Cheeks. The people had thrown out the Federalist Party at the ballot box. But the Federalists were well entrenched in the judiciary. Jefferson could have taken action to root them out, but he lost his stomach for the fight. Said Alexander Hamilton: “To my mind, a true estimate of Mr. Jefferson’s character warrants the expectation of temporizing.”

    SCAPEGOAT: THE ORDEAL OF ADRIAN ARCAND

    By Gilbert Gendron. As late as 1967 (the year he died), this Canadian patriot was still branded by the establishment as a “traitor.” Yet he never collaborated with Canada’s enemies, and he even offered his militia to the Canadian army to fight against Germany and Japan.

    GERMANY’S PLAN TO RESETTLE JEWS IN MADAGASCAR, PART III

    By Ralph Grandinetti. Post-Weimar Germany was very willing to see its Jews emigrate under a plan perfected by American lawyer George Rublee. France would cede the vast tropical island of Madagascar, with enough room for several million Jews.

    A TALE OF TWO PACTS

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. The French administration had made a foolish, one-sided commitment to intervene militarily on the side of the Soviets in any future fight in violation of the already existing Locarno Pact. So Adolf Hitler issued a timely warning that was shelved by French leaders and their controlled press until too late…

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