Press 9-11 Truth * Impeach * Devolution

“According to a July poll conducted by Scripps News Service, one-third of Americans
think the government either carried out the 9/11 attacks or intentionally allowed
them to happen in order to provide a pretext for war in the Middle East.”

Flyby News Notes -
Editor - Jonathan Mark -
December 18, 2006 - Press 9-11 Truth * Impeach * Devolution

Editor's Notes:

This issue is a whopper. Watch out for black holes. In the first item we cover an excellent review of the groundbreaking film, “9/11: Press for Truth.” The subsequent article is from Spain, detailing the same concern as one third of US Americans; concerns that a normal human civilization would re-investigate with “fresh eyes,” rather than continually misled from false flag operations. However the impeachment movement is growing, and someday real investigations will proceed. But for now, even progressives like Dennis Kucinich, is waiting for the people to lead on this issue. However, this issue contains the Kucinich announcment for running for US president in 2008, but there was no mentioning of learning a critical lesson from his last campaign. He joined the campaign after Howard Dean was recognized by many as an anti-was candidate; and by competing with one another, Kucinich was part of the equation that helped to nominate a central war-voting candidate, John Kerry.

The third item reveals that often fact is more remarkable than fiction. In an article of a report published in the scientific magazine, Nature, a device described as the Antikythera Mechanism was found in a shipwreck from the ancient Greeks. It was described as “so advanced in its mathematics and Technology that the history of Ancient Greece may have to be rewritten. A 2100 year old clockwork machine whose remains were retrieved from a shipwreck more than a century ago has turned out to be the celestial supercomputer of the ancient world. . . The researchers were stunned to find it could predict the ballet of the Sun and Moon over decades and calculate a lunar anomaly that would bedevil Isaac Newton himself.”

This information confirms the premise of what Bart Jordan has been communicating all along. At a very early age, Bart Jordan learned the languages of the ancient Hellenic (Greek), Germanic, and Semitic from his grandfather. It was after reading Gulliver’s Travels in which Swift, although writing fiction, had accorded two moons to Mars that young Jordan wanted to determine their exact revolutions and distances from Mars. In 1944, aged seven, he calculated the distances of moons, Phobos and Deimos (named by the ancient Greeks) from the center of Mars. Jordan’s four measures appeared in the statistical box of Encyclopaedia Britannica’s article on Mars, running from 1966 to 1973. To date there has been no other explanation other than Bart Jordan’s for explaining how these measures were published. His article, "The Moons of Mars" was published by QUEST For Knowledge (a British science publication) in 1997, in which was excerpted from his paper of 1944 that provided mathematical evidence that the moons of Mars were culled from the Asteroid Belt between Jupiter and Mars, and recorded by the ancient Greeks. It appears that “devolution” is the case for humanity, from an earlier time of much greater intelligence.

The items of this issue include these topics and articles:

1) Pressing for the Truth on 9/11
- - Disbelief Regarding The Official 9/11 Story in the U.S.
- - Poisoned Russian spy revealed Putin's false flag ops
- - Boston: Tea and 9/11 Report Dumped in Harbor – Dec. 16
2) Impeach the President: The Case Against Bush and Cheney
- - Kucinich Announcement of Candidacy for President of the U.S.
3) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon
- - Science - Ancient computer was ahead of its time

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December 18, 2006 - Press 9-11 Truth * Impeach * Devolution

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