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Agricultural Origins and the Garden of Eden - Levantine Corridor Hypothesis (O’Brien 1984)

Learning from History - Part 14 

Levantine Corridor Hypothesis (O’Brien 1984)
Summary of Evidence Supporting the First Domestication of Crops and Animals in the Levantine Corridor close to Mt Hermon, Southern Lebanon

Undisputed scientific and archaeological evidence locates the origins of agriculture at the end of the Great Younger Dryas Ice around 9,500 BC in the Levantine Corridor between Damascus and Jericho. The domesticated seeds and animals found in this area, quite different in many ways from their wild ancestors, arriving in the same place around the same time, provide proof of the arrival of an advanced civilisation, in what was a key glacial refuge for plants and animals, which progressed and dispersed as the planet rapidly warmed throughout what is called the Holocene (wholly recent period of time). This presentation brings together in two parts, much that we now know about our brilliant and benevolent ancestors, and how they took their technology and seeds around the world in the course of the following two thousand years.

In the search with his wife Barbara Joy for the master builders who constructed pre-historic astronomical observation complexes in Britain, Christian O’Brien followed the evidence back to the land of Canaan and Sumeria, mastering archaic Sumerian cuneiform, Aramaic, Hebrew and Coptic texts and languages, in order to clearly understand the historical records. The familiar biblical story of the Garden in Eden compiled in the 1st millenium BC had many counterparts little known outside specialist circles. One however was written in clear and secular terms and inscribed on clay tablets in Sumeria during the 3rd Millenium BC and placed in the Nippur library. They describe in detail the agricultural, and advanced technical activities of the primary Sumerian Gods, An, Enlil, Enki and Ninhursag. The details within these Kharsag (head enclosure) Epics are supported independently by the Books of Enoch, and revised translation of the early chapters of Genesis. Christian O’Brien’s unique multi-disciplinary and linguistic skills sets out the evidence that Kharsag and the Garden of Eden were one and the same, and that this record was a pre-historic reality rather than a biblical myth. He concluded that the south Rachaiya Basin met the requirements as being the most probable location of the Kharsag/Eden site. And further that; a group of culturally and technically advanced people who settled in this inter-montane valley in the Near East had established an agricultural and teaching centre c. 9,400 BC at the end of the Great Younger Dryas Ice Age.

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Dartmoor - An Area of Outstanding Management Neglect ?

Dartmoor – An Area of Outstanding Management Neglect ?  
– Destruction of the British Uplands, more than half the land area of the British Isles.

Europe’s Wildlife Crisis (Link to DOC)

This presentation features the environmental, ecological, farming and social cataclysm in Britain, deliberately created by left wing politicians, advised by environmentalists and ecologists with no practical skills, overturning more than 6,000 years of best farming and wildlife management practices, together with the long established roles of more than thirty master craftsmen, including agronomists, whose practical skills cannot be replaced.

To throw light on this complex problem, justify the claims made above and offer clear solutions, the component subjects listed below are taken step by step over a two hour period on this video. Best advice is to watch in two parts and take your time on subjects which interest you. Detailed documents are available on request.

Subjects: Natural History and Background – Great sophistication of Britain before Romans, Greeks and Egyptians – Importance of Understanding Climate Change – Upland Grazing Animals and Wildlife – Endangered Species - Government Targets in 1962 – Adverse Impact of the EU – Saving our Country and the Uplands – Food Security for Britain and the World – Currency Factors Removing the Level Playing Fields for Profit and Survival – Uplands Management Neglect – Case Study – Three Principles of Wildlife Management – All year round Habitat, Food and Water and Protection from predators, human disturbance and disease

Upland Habitat Provision - Seeds are the Key for all Habitat Needs - Predator-Prey Species Imbalances – Ticks – Heather Beetle – Bracken – Water Supplies – Soil Erosion and Degradation – Lime – Burning – Badgers – Proof of Misconduct in Public Office – TB under control in three years – Restoration of Uplands as carried out on Howden Moor – Saving our endangered Human species - Planting Trees – Required Actions and Simple Solutions.
 

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Kingship and Constitution - John Bingley presentation to the British Constitution Group

Kingship and Constitution

 

John Bingley presentation to the British Constitution Group

 

https://www.britishconstitutiongroup.com/british-constitution

 

THE GOLDEN PRINCIPLES of the British Constitution

 

1. Sovereignty is the inalienable birthright of the people, entrusted to the Monarch and administered by Parliament which has no lawful authority ever to breach, surrender, lend or transfer (even temporarily) sovereignty except when conquered in war.

2. No one (neither Monarch, nor Prime Minister, nor any prelate, politician, judge or public servant) is above the Statute and Common Law of the United Kingdom that form the British Constitution (including Magna Carta [1215], the Declaration and Bill of Rights [1688/89], Acts of Union, Succession and Settlement [1701-07], the Coronation Oath Act [1689]).

3. British Citizens have an inalienable right to be governed justly, lawfully and exclusively by their Parliament in Westminster (the Crown, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and freely elected/replaceable representatives in the Commons), all of whom are servants of the people. Parliament's power is not supreme but conditioned by oaths of office under the Constitution.

4. No Taxation is lawful without representation, nor may taxes be oppressive, unnecessary, confiscatory or contain double tax (e.g. VAT on petrol tax).

5. Trial by Jury, habeas corpus and right of appeal are the inalienable right of all accused persons under British jurisdiction.

6. Innocence is presumed unless proved guilty in court.

7. No fine or forfeiture before conviction by a court.

8. The British Constitution is sworn by solemn oaths of office and/or allegiance to be upheld and defended impartially in perpetuity without exception by the Monarch, ministers, politicians, judges, member’s of the forces, police and others in authority.

9. The Government must always act within limits and constraints imposed by the Constitution; including the making and unmaking of 1aw; it may not diminish or transfer its own power so to act; nor weaken, ignore or override the Constitution whether to serve its own or others’ ends; it may not suspend or dispense with the law; nor impose harsh or punitive law without cause.

10. Constitutional Law takes precedence over administrative law. It may be improved, or expressly repealed if not entrenched; however it may never be supplanted or repealed just by passing a newer statute or administrative instrument.

11. British Citizens may petition the Monarch if all other remedies fail, without fear of reprisal or prosecution. The Crown is sworn by oath to protect all subjects from violation of their lawful rights and liberties, retaining the power and the responsibility to ensure redress is exercised.

12. Guaranteed Justice. There must be no undue delay in legal proceedings. Immigrants must adhere to British laws and customs. If wronged, British Citizens are entitled to a remedy and to seek redress in law. Punishment must fit the crime and must not be excessive or unusual, such as torture. Judgments must be exercised with compassion and mercy at every level.

13. Right to be defended from our enemies.

14. Right to defend self, family & property by whatever reasonable means necessary.

15. Right to private ownership of property and assets.

16. Right to engage in any activity not specifically banned in the national interest.

17. Right to associate freely or not to associate with any political party, trade union, or organisation, except those posing a threat to security and interests of the UK.

18. Right to freedom of speech, writing and publication.

19. Freedom of worship, except the Protestant Succession shall be maintained.

20. Royal Prerogative shall be exercised personally by the Sovereign in all Constitutional issues and foreign treaties, never on behalf of the Crown by ministers

21. Separation of the Powers between Crown, Executive and Legislature be invariably maintained.

22. The Crown shall always retain the absolute right to dissolve and open Parliament; call General Elections; refuse Royal Assent to any Bill that does not enjoy the settled will of Parliament or the interest of the nation or is unconstitutional; receive and act upon public petitions declare war if unavoidable only in self-defense of the United Kingdom and or our vital interests.

John Gouriet - Conference 2005 Freedom TODAY

 

Deer Management - Dorchester

Deer Management - Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester

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