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The Death Of Dorothy Hunt - Probing The Assassination Of John F Kennedy, Part 3

Richard Nixon thought Mrs. Hunt and her husband E. Howard Hunt knew a lot about the death of JFK. It was their knowledge of Watergate that probably resulted in her death.

The Death of Dorothy Hunt - Probing the Assassination of JFK, Part 2

What could a woman's death in a Chicago airport plane crash have to do with the death of John F. Kennedy? Her husband was Howard Hunt, a retired CIA agent, and Richard Nixon thought he knew a lot about the assassination of JFK.

Dryden Teaches Us The Rules Of Satire And The Role Of Ridiculing Banter

The historical setting of Dryden's poem Absalom and Achitophel was the arrest of the Earl of Shaftesbury in 1681 on a charge of high treason, for conspiring the death of the king and the subversion of the Government.

The Death of Dorothy Hunt - Probing the Assassination of JFK, Part 1

The death of Dorothy Hunt was a suspicious coincidence in that she died after being paid for her husband's silence in the Watergate case. But why did Richard Nixon think she also had information about the murder of President John F. Kennedy?

The Meaning of Myths

Myths or mythos for the ancient Greeks was an allegoric vehicle to awaken the soul from its forgetful past for those who were spiritual and sensitive enough to recognise the veiled truth behind it. The Greek word μύθος= myth, derives from the sound ‘mou’=murmur, which we produce when our lips are closed and the word Μυστήριο= mystery= inexplicable, adjoins with it.

Do You Know Why the American Flag is Folded Exactly 13 Times?

The American flag is folded 13 times to represent the original 13 colonies. The honor guard also pays meticulous attention of correctly folding the American flag as well. Some military traditions and rituals have a deep patriotic meaning, and this one especially should always be honored, and should never be taken lightly.

Christmas Tradition has Ancient Roots

At this time of the year, many Christians around the world decorate their homes for the Christmas holiday. In addition to the traditional Christmas tree, many people put decorated wreaths on their door. These celebratory wreaths can trace their roots back long before the birth of Jesus Christ, whose birth is celebrated on Christmas day.

Everything Is Different In England

In England everything is the other way around.

Parlez-vous français? Qapla’! More Grade 11 boys proficient in Klingon than French: local survey

Of 35 students who completed the survey and indicated that they were male and in Grade 11, only two indicated that they would be able to carry on a conversation, read newspapers and write personal letters in French. Three indicated they could do so in Klingon.

The Legacy of Hiroshima

August 6, 1945 . . . a B-29 bomber carrying a single weapon changed, perhaps forever, the way we think about war and peace. Sixty years ago, the United States became the first - and so far only - nation to use an atomic bomb against an enemy.

Carl Jung

Carl Jung wondered if he might be crazy when he had visions of the World War before the first of these conflagrations in the 20th Century came to pass. This made him a lot more desirous of understanding from whence his prophetic visions might have come as he continued to become one of the most erudite and learned men of that century.

Bulgaria - Past, Present, and Multiethnic Future

An Interview with Vladimir Chukov, Associate Professor in the Bulgarian Centre for Middle East Studies and the Department of Administrative and Political Sciences in Varna Free University.

The Many Faces of Multiculturalism

Go to any multicultural city, and you will see that the marked physiological differences among many a people, while they point to historically different cultural backgrounds, are also a mark of togetherness in many regions of life. Perhaps, the greatest advantage of multiculturalism is that it bridges the chasm of ignorance and arrogance.

The Elders of Zion

Anti-Semitism is only one species in a zoo of rumours, conspiracy theories, meta histories and metaphysics. Superstitions, prejudices and calumny thrive in the putrid soil of disinformation, mis-information and lack of information.

Mary's Dream: A True Life Story

If you own a Bible today, remember the sacrifice of a sixteen-year old girl from a remote village in Wales whose dream came true.