This is the last time the "Of
Interest" section will be included
in the Newsbrief. For more
information, see the
Changes to Newsbrief
In this section, we will place news, articles,
websites, etc. that we find to be
interesting or worth mentioning.
1. The Mission keeps in contact
with several people who campaign on behalf of the
swastika and reclaming its original, true meaning.
This month, one of them linked us to an amazing
http://swastika.cba.pl/. It is filled with
pictures of swastikas from all over the world, and has
links to many other pro-swastika websites. We are
sure it also has great information and writings, but
unfortunately we cannot understand the language :).
Still, it is a wonderful resource to spread the truth
about the swastika and gather a collection of photos as
proof of what we say!
2. In 1952, the tomb of a
Mayan ruler, King Pakul, was
discovered and excavated. On
the lid of King Pakul's sarcophagus
was carved an amazing picture.
Looking at it, you might say it
greatly resembles a modern
rocketship! There is also a
figure who looks to be sitting in a
very peculiar position, and you
could possibly say he might be
manipulating controls of some kind!
Of course, most Mayan
specialists do not agree, and
explain it is a representation of
the king descending into the Mayan
underworld. However, simply
looking at the picture seems to tell
another story. It is not
scientific proof of anything, but it
is certainly worth contemplating on,
especially in light of
Maitreya's recent articles
about race, possible origins of
Native Americans, etc.
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3. Some historians believe that the writers of the United
States Constitution were greatly
influenced by the government, laws, and
ideals of the Iroquois at that time.
It would certainly be interesting if,
after all the oppression and poor
treatment of Native Americans throughout
US history, the US government actually
owes its basic principles to them!
4. In his
report for this month, Unus
recommended a program called
for creating websites, saying it is free
and easy to use. Therefore, those
who are interested in creating their own
websites might want to look into this
program as a possibility!