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Michael Tsarion - Irish Origins Part 3 - Atonism & World Control
October 25, 2007
Researcher and author, Michael Tsarion joins us for an excellent two-part program, discussing his book, "The Irish Origins of Civilization". Michael Tsarion's The Irish Origins of Civilization concentrates on the fate of the world after the fall of Atlantis and the birth of evil. In the tradition of Zecharia Sitchin and Immanuel Velikovsky, Michael's investigations reveal the reasons for the eradication of the Druids and highlight the terrible campaign of genocide against the ancient Irish elders whose knowledge once enriched the world's cultures. Michael exposes the origins of the world's premier secret societies and reveals the remarkable mysteries they have been sworn to guard by sword and deception.


Relevant links
Irish Origins of Civilization
Akhenaten - The Rebel Pharaoh
Templars in Ireland (Official Story)
The Knights Templar Revealed
The Extravagance of Prince Charles
The Scythians (Goths) - Their Migrations and Influence
The Cistercians in Ireland
The Teutonic Knights

Books & DVDs
The Irish Origins of Civilization
Atlantis, Alien Visitation and Genetic Manipulation
Origins and Oracles

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