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Christian Agenda: Finish Destroying The Evidence?

 

By James Donahue

 

The military assault on the Moslems of Iraq led by the fundamental Christian-driven Bush Administration in 2003 may have only been the start of a new era of crusades in Middle Eastern area remembered as the Cradle of Civilization.

 

Not only have the Christians succeeded in carpet bombing the archaeological treasures that once existed in Iraq, but it appears that they now have eyes on neighboring Iran, where the second half of any proof of human origins may still be found.

 

All of this has been done under the guise of a war against terrorism.

 

That this area is the source of the world’s richest deposits of crude oil may be among the administration’s primary and conscious political reasonings, but those of us who examine this mess with a spiritual eye see what may be a secondary and underlying agenda 

 

Not only is this a struggle for control of the oil, it appears to be a religious attack against the Moslems and an attempt to destroy proof that our origins may have come from the stars. Key evidence may have existed in the ruins of the ancient City of Ur, where the Biblical character Moses once presumably lived, and in the Baghdad Museum, where artifacts from archaeological digs at Ur were kept.

 

While the museum still stands, remember that a mysterious gang of thieves raided the place just after US troops captured Baghdad. The mystery raiders carried off a trove of historic treasures. Some, but not all of these items were returned.

 

Is it possible that the missing things were perhaps the mummified remains of our ancestors? They stood as proof that we carry the DNA of alien visitors in our bones. It was almost as if a gang of hired thugs removed anything that looked suspiciously like evidence disproving the Christian Bible story, and that the loot later was carefully sorted by more scholarly eyes.

 

The careful screening of historic museum artifacts is not new. It has been going on in the United States for a very long time. The book Forbidden Archaeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race, by Michael A. Cremo, Richard L. Thompson and Laura Lee, details the way Christian oriented historians, museum directors and even archaeologists have set aside and even destroyed artifacts found in the earth that do not fit the Biblical account of human history.

 

So what misdeeds are in store for Iran in the next year or two? President Bush openly declared Iran as part of an “axis of evil,” Israel has been pressuring the United States to do something about Iran’s nuclear program, and there have been whispers in Washington and the Pentagon that Iran may, indeed, be our next target. It is said that Iran may be promoting terrorism against the United States and the new U.S. installed Iraqi government.

 

And if you think there aren’t treasures to be found (and destroyed) in Iran, consider this.

 

Iranian archaeologists recently discovered the ruins of a massive three-story city in central Iran. The place, found deep under the earth near Kashan, seems to be a labyrinth of rooms, corridors, stairways and other structures all interconnected. The archaeological team says it is too early for them to say how old the city is, or who built it. They say the place, however, is “unique to the whole world.”

 

Wouldn’t it be a shame to bunker bomb a discovery like that before more information is known?