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  • Fema Camp Coffins Investigated

    Fema Camp Coffins Investigated
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  • TOP 5 Restaurants That Are Still Open | Kitchen Nightmares

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  • Above & Beyond #ABGT250 Live at The Gorge Amphitheatre, Washington State (Full 4K Ultra HD Set)

    Stream / DL 'Common Ground': https://Anjunabeats.lnk.to/ABCGAYo
    Add this set on Spotify and more: https://abgt.lnk.to/250yo
    Above & Beyond Tour Dates: http://aboveandbeyond.nu/tour

    Watch #ABGT300: https://youtu.be/Oi0sVRZ_49c

    Above & Beyond live for the 250th edition of Group Therapy Radio. Broadcast from The Gorge Amphitheatre, WA on September 16th, 2017.
    Video produced by Anjunabeats and NOMOBO.
    4K live production by www.nomobo.tv

    With thanks to our friends at T-Mobile, Live Nation, Twitter, USC Events and every single one of you who attended - we will treasure this night for the rest of our lives. Thank you.

    Tracklist:

    1. Above & Beyond 'Hideaway' (Anjunabeats)
    2. Grum 'Price of Love' [Above & Beyond Respray] (Anjunabeats)
    3. Gabriel & Dresden feat. Sub Teal ’This Love Kills Me' [Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix / Above & Beyond Respray] (Anjunabeats)
    4. Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston 'My Own Hymn' [Extended Mix] (Anjunabeats)
    5. Fatum 'Chocolate' (Anjunabeats)
    6. Above & Beyond pres. OceanLab vs. Thomas Gold 'Sirens Of The Sea / Chant'
    7. Spencer Brown feat. Rachel K Collier ’Always Do You' [Oliver Smith Remix] (Anjunabeats)
    8. Andrew Bayer feat. Alison May 'Signs of the Fall' (Anjunabeats)
    9. Above & Beyond ‘1001’ (Is It Love) (Anjunabeats)
    10. Cara Dillon & 2Devine vs. Maor Levi & Kevin Wild 'Black Is The Colour / Wasting My Young Years'
    11. ilan Bluestone ‘Another Lover’ (Anjunabeats)
    12. Above & Beyond feat. Marty Longstaff ‘Tightrope’ [Above & Beyond Club Mix] (Anjunabeats)
    13. Above & Beyond ‘Balearic Balls’
    14. Tim Mason ‘Aalto' (Anjunabeats)
    15. Mat Zo & Arty vs. Bart Claessen ‘Elf / Rebound’
    16. Above & Beyond & Justine Suissa 'Alright Now' [Above & Beyond Club Mix] (Anjunabeats)
    17. Above & Beyond ‘Rocket Science' (Anjunabeats)
    18. Above & Beyond feat. Richard Bedford ’Northern Soul' (Anjunabeats)
    19. Above & Beyond ‘Red Rocks’ (Anjunabeats)
    20. Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston ’Peace of Mind' [Arty Remix] (Anjunabeats)
    21. Above & Beyond 'Alone Tonight' [ABGT250 Edit] (Anjunabeats)
    22. Above & Beyond feat. Alex Vargas ‘Sink The Lighthouse' [Maor Levi Remix] (Anjunabeats)
    23. Above & Beyond 'Black Room Boy' [Above & Beyond Club Mix] (Anjunabeats)
    24. Above & Beyond feat. Alex Vargas ‘Blue Sky Action' (Anjunabeats)
    25. Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston ’We’re All We Need' ilan Bluestone Remix / ABGT50 Acoustic Edit (Anjunabeats)
    26. Above & Beyond ‘Common Ground’ (Anjunabeats)

    Live Dates: http://po.st/ablive
    Website: http://po.st/wbab
    Facebook: http://po.st/fbab
    Twitter: http://po.st/twab
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    Instagram: http://po.st/abins
    iTunes: http://po.st/abitunes
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  • 25 Curious FACTS ABOUT FREEMASONRY

    Have you heard of Freemasonry? If so what do you know about it? If you're like most people, you probably heard stories of its hidden agendas and their desire to achieve global domination through a new world order. But is this true? The answer may shock you. Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternities. While its traditions date back to early history, Masonry in its current form appeared when its public events were noticed by the residents of London in 1717. Although Masonry—particularly during its early days—had some elements of secrecy, the first discovery of the supposedly highly secret Masonic ritual actually happened in 1696! Since then there have been tens of thousands of books published about this not-so-secret organization. Freemasonry’s singular purpose is to make men better and its bonds of friendship, compassion, and brotherly love have survived even the most divisive political, military, and religious conflicts throughout the centuries. Freemasonry is neither a forum nor a place of worship. It is not a religion, as many believe, and it does not teach a religious philosophy. Still, many questions remain about this “fraternity”. The following 25 Curious Facts About Freemasonry will attempt to shed some light on the matter and help us understand the organization’s cause and purpose a little better.

    25 Curious Facts About Freemasonry | List25

    Freemasonry exists in various forms all over the world, with a membership estimated at around five million (including approximately 480,000 in Great Britain and over two million in the United States).

    Contrary to popular belief, the Freemasons are not a secret society. A Mason can freely tell people they are a Mason. They just can’t reveal the secrets of the order.

    The conventional establishment of Freemasonry is usually dated to 1717, when the Grand Lodge of London emerged on June 24. The emergence of this Grand Lodge marked the beginning of Grand Lodges governing other lodges.

    Freemasonry employs the tools and instruments of stonemasonry to teach a system of morality, friendship, and brotherly love, hence, the standard emblem of Freemasonry is the square and compasses.

    Masonic symbols are usually regarded as existing because of the fraternity’s secrecy. However, in reality, Freemasonry started being illustrated by symbols because at the very beginning most Freemasons could not read, so the symbols served to remind members of the fraternity’s teachings.

    The oldest Masonic symbol is the square and compasses. It is also the most universally recognized symbol of Freemasonry, though its exact significance varies from country to country.

    A Masonic “lodge” refers to the congregation of people who meet there, it’s not just the name of a building. Each lodge gets a charter from a “Grand Lodge” but they basically run themselves. There’s no overarching ritual for running a meeting; it varies with each individual group.

    It’s impossible to become a Freemason if you’re an atheist. The first requirement is that potential members must believe in a higher power of some kind.

    There are two known branches of Freemasonry. The Regular, guided by the United Grand Lodge of England, and the Liberal, represented by the Grand Orient of France.

    Masons traditionally recognize each other by various “secret” signs, including wearing a ring with a Masonic emblem, various lapel badges, and sometimes the famous Freemason handshake (when shaking hands, the thumb briefly strokes the other man’s hand in a certain way), though the last is mostly restricted to Freemasons in San Francisco and Washington, DC.

    And more...

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    PHOTO CREDITS:
    24. Kim Traynor via wikimedia commons, 23. Eluveitie via wikimedia commons, 19. Sailko via wikimedia commons, 17. Kagaoua via wikimedia commons,  16. Arielinson via wikimedia commons, 15. Thierry Ehrmann via Flickr, 14. Eric Chan via Flickr, 9. Xauxa via wikimedia commons, 6. Bundesarchiv, Bild 102-02134 / CC-BY-SA 3.0 via wikimedia commons 

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    25 Conspiracy Theories That Actually Ended Up Being True: http://bit.ly/2jdHYMC
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  • The Earliest Photographs of the United States of America: Part 1 (1840's)

    Earliest 3D photographs of the United States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KLv-wHD5a8
    Part 2 of earliest photographs of the United States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9-yXjyISkc

    Photography was introduced to the world in 1839 in France by Louis Daguerre and quickly spread throughout Europe, the United States, and the rest of the world. Surviving photographs taken of human subjects outside over the next decade in the United States in the 1840's are some of the most scarce in existence. This video attempts to assemble the largest collection of such photos taken between 1842 and the early 1850's.These are all either daguerreotypes or calotype salted paper prints.

    Chestnut and 3rd Streets, Philadelphia, by George Read, 1842: http://www.geh.org/fm/mismis/htmlsrc2...

    Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, possibly by Mathew Brady, 1843.

    Chestnut Street shops, Philadelphia, by William G. Mason, 1843: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2004...

    Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, by William G. Mason, 1843: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2004...

    Girard Bank, Nativist Riots, Philadelphia, by W. & F. Langenheim, 1844: http://explorepahistory.com/displayim...

    Ulysses S. Grant and Alexander Hays, Camp Salubrity, Louisiana, 1845: http://www.vahistorical.org/collectio...

    Grist mill, c. 1845: http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/a...

    "Plymouth and Kingston Express Wagon," Massachusetts, c. 1846.

    Mexican-American War parade, Dayton, Ohio, c. 1846.

    Mexican-American War parade, Exeter New Hampshire, c. 1846.

    Mexican American War funeral, Wilmington, North Carolina, c. 1848: http://susan747.wordpress.com/2010/07...

    Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia, c. 1846: http://www.librarycompany.org/catchin...

    Arch and 8th Streets, Philadelphia, 1847: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/diglib/...

    Tom Thumb's visit, St. Louis, by Thomas Easterly, 1848: http://collections.mohistory.org/reso...

    California pioneers in Columbus, Ohio, 1849: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cbustap...

    Union Fire Company firefighters, St. Louis, by Thomas Easterly, 1848: http://collections.mohistory.org/reso...

    Cincinnati riverfront view, by Charles Fontayne and William Porter, 1848: http://1848.cincinnatilibrary.org/sho...

    Montgomery County Courthouse, Dayton, Ohio, 1848.

    Confectionery shop, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1849: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cbustape...

    California pioneers in Columbus, Ohio, 1849: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cbustap...

    Carysfort Reef Florida lighthouse in Philadelphia, by Frederick and William Langenheim 1849: http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/ph...

    Canal locks under construction, c. 1849: http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/a...
    http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/a...

    African American man and steer, c. 1850: http://www.germainewilliams.com/2013/...

    Man on horse-drawn buggy with dog, c. 1849.

    American Hotel fire aftermath, Buffalo, New York, 1850.

    Cazenovia Fugitive Slave Law Convention, Cazenovia, New York, by Ezra Greenleaf Weld, 1850: http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ss...

    A busy Montgomery Street, San Francisco, by Frederick Coombs, 1850.

    General Tom Thumb and his miniature carriage. (Correction: Tom Thumb is not in the photograph and it was actually taken sometime in the 1850's as it is an ambrotype.)

    A group of men posing on a sidewalk, c. 1850.

    Ohio Star newspaper buggy, Ravenna, Ohio, c. 1850: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cbustape...

    Stagecoach service between Rome and Hamilton, New York, c. 1850.

    Steam locomotive Tioga, Philadelphia and Columbia Railroad, c. 1850: http://explorepahistory.com/displayim...

    Man with an elephant, by Thomas Easterly, c. 1850: http://artblart.com/tag/daguerreotypi...

    Horse-drawn sleigh, c. 1850.

    Men posing with a prized bull, c. 1850: http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/a...

    College students portrait, Bethany College, West Virginia, c. 1850: http://www.finedags.com/archives/salo...

    School group portrait, c. 1850.

    Peddler's wagon, c. 1850.

    A family in Cincinnati, by Charles Fontayne and William Porter, c. 1850.

    People on a bridge over the Seneca River, Seneca Falls, New York c. 1850: http://americanart.si.edu/helios/amer...

    Four men and a dog, c. 1850.

    Union Hotel under construction, San Francisco, c. 1850: http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/...

    Independence Square entrance, Philadelphia, c. 1850: Library of Congress

    Customs House, Philadelphia, by Frederick Langenheim, c. 1850:
    http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/9940...
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  • 25 Curious FACTS ABOUT FREEMASONRY

    Have you heard of Freemasonry? If so what do you know about it? If you're like most people, you probably heard stories of its hidden agendas and their desire to achieve global domination through a new world order. But is this true? The answer may shock you. Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternities. While its traditions date back to early history, Masonry in its current form appeared when its public events were noticed by the residents of London in 1717. Although Masonry—particularly during its early days—had some elements of secrecy, the first discovery of the supposedly highly secret Masonic ritual actually happened in 1696! Since then there have been tens of thousands of books published about this not-so-secret organization. Freemasonry’s singular purpose is to make men better and its bonds of friendship, compassion, and brotherly love have survived even the most divisive political, military, and religious conflicts throughout the centuries. Freemasonry is neither a forum nor a place of worship. It is not a religion, as many believe, and it does not teach a religious philosophy. Still, many questions remain about this “fraternity”. The following 25 Curious Facts About Freemasonry will attempt to shed some light on the matter and help us understand the organization’s cause and purpose a little better.

    25 Curious Facts About Freemasonry | List25

    Freemasonry exists in various forms all over the world, with a membership estimated at around five million (including approximately 480,000 in Great Britain and over two million in the United States).

    Contrary to popular belief, the Freemasons are not a secret society. A Mason can freely tell people they are a Mason. They just can’t reveal the secrets of the order.

    The conventional establishment of Freemasonry is usually dated to 1717, when the Grand Lodge of London emerged on June 24. The emergence of this Grand Lodge marked the beginning of Grand Lodges governing other lodges.

    Freemasonry employs the tools and instruments of stonemasonry to teach a system of morality, friendship, and brotherly love, hence, the standard emblem of Freemasonry is the square and compasses.

    Masonic symbols are usually regarded as existing because of the fraternity’s secrecy. However, in reality, Freemasonry started being illustrated by symbols because at the very beginning most Freemasons could not read, so the symbols served to remind members of the fraternity’s teachings.

    The oldest Masonic symbol is the square and compasses. It is also the most universally recognized symbol of Freemasonry, though its exact significance varies from country to country.

    A Masonic “lodge” refers to the congregation of people who meet there, it’s not just the name of a building. Each lodge gets a charter from a “Grand Lodge” but they basically run themselves. There’s no overarching ritual for running a meeting; it varies with each individual group.

    It’s impossible to become a Freemason if you’re an atheist. The first requirement is that potential members must believe in a higher power of some kind.

    There are two known branches of Freemasonry. The Regular, guided by the United Grand Lodge of England, and the Liberal, represented by the Grand Orient of France.

    Masons traditionally recognize each other by various “secret” signs, including wearing a ring with a Masonic emblem, various lapel badges, and sometimes the famous Freemason handshake (when shaking hands, the thumb briefly strokes the other man’s hand in a certain way), though the last is mostly restricted to Freemasons in San Francisco and Washington, DC.

    And more...

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    If you like this video subscribe to List25: http://bit.ly/1rPhSQH
    Check out the physical list here: http://list25.com/25-curious-facts-about-freemasonry/

    PHOTO CREDITS:
    24. Kim Traynor via wikimedia commons, 23. Eluveitie via wikimedia commons, 19. Sailko via wikimedia commons, 17. Kagaoua via wikimedia commons,  16. Arielinson via wikimedia commons, 15. Thierry Ehrmann via Flickr, 14. Eric Chan via Flickr, 9. Xauxa via wikimedia commons, 6. Bundesarchiv, Bild 102-02134 / CC-BY-SA 3.0 via wikimedia commons 

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  • Largest Outdoor Cannabis Farm in World (Canna Cribs Episode 4: Los Sueños Farms)

    Episode 4 of Canna Cribs Season 1 features Los Sueños Farms in Pueblo, Colorado. Currently, the largest outdoor farm in the world, at 36 acres.

    Table of Contents:
    01:09 Interview with Jarrod Mason
    03:43 Genetics/Propagation
    06:18 Vegetation
    11:28 Flowering
    14:04 Trimming
    17:09 Curing
    18:50 Packaging
    21:22 Processing
    25:47 Dispensary

    Be sure to check out our other Canna Cribs episodes!

    Episode 1: Glass House https://youtu.be/5jIcV1aasZQ
    Episode 2: Grow Op Farms/Phat Panda https://youtu.be/vWxKpn-pNRo
    Episode 3: Copperstate Farms https://youtu.be/hzJQ2Kmas70
    Episode 5: Honeydew Farms https://youtu.be/tA0Klgvv5wY

    Join Growers Network: https://growers.typeform.com/to/ROxLzo
    GN Website: https://growersnetwork.org

    Canna Cribs Crew:

    Producer/Director: Jason Sikorsky

    Lead Editor/Camera Operator: Bao Nguyen

    Director of Photography: Nicholas Watts

    B-Roll Lead/Assistant Editor: Michael Rodriguez

    Camera Operator/Still Photography: Josh Wallace

    Assistant Camera/DIT: Tad Sallee

    Production Sound Mixing: Michael Cottrell

    Graphic Designers: Andrew Lucas & Timothy Martin

    Production Assistants: Robert Noriega & Jesse Jackson

    Sound Mastering: Unbridled Studio


    Canna Cribs was created by Nick Morin

    Produced by www.growersnetwork.org
    Powered by Twister Trimmers

    Music Produced by: Sirenz
    https://soundcloud.com/sirenzofficial

    Featured track 'Smoke and Chill' by Moeazy
    https://soundcloud.com/moemeaux

    Equipment List:

    [Genetics]
    - Clonex Gel: https://growershouse.com/clonex-gel-cloning-propagation?aff=2

    [Vegetation]
    - Agra Tech: http://agratech.com/

    - Pro-Mix Mycorrhizae: https://growershouse.com/pro-mix-pur-mycorrhizae-powder?aff=2

    - Gavita Pro 1000 W E-Series DE complete fixture: https://growershouse.com/gavita-pro-classic-1000-de-complete-fixture-277v?aff=2

    - Link 4 iGrow 1800 Greenhouse Controller

    [Flowering]
    - Drip Irrigation Tape by Netafim: https://growershouse.com/hydro-flow-netafim-solenoid-globe-2-way-electric-control-valve-1-in-44-gpm-max

    - Dosatron 14 GPM nutrient injection system: https://growershouse.com/dosatron-water-powered-nutrient-doser-d14mz10-14-gpm-1-100-to-1-10?aff=2

    [Trimming]
    - Twister T2’s by Kierton: https://growershouse.com/twister-t2-wet-trimmer-w-extra-wet-tumbler?aff=2

    - Twister Trim Savers by Kierton: https://growershouse.com/twister-trim-saver-cs-18-for-t2-trimmers?aff=2

    - Mother Bucker by Munch Machine: https://growershouse.com/munch-machine-mother-bucker?aff=2

    [Curing]
    - Link 4 controller for Humidity control

    [Packaging]
    - Greif Fibre Drums: grow.greif.com

    - Gowers Bags by Cannabis Cargo: http://cannabiscargo.net/

    [Processing]
    - Purplebees Extraction facility: http://www.purplebees.com/

    - Apeks Supercritical Extractors: https://www.apekssupercritical.com/

    - Ovens by Across International: https://growershouse.com/across-international-vacuum-ovens-and-rotary-evaporators?aff=2

    - Pope Scientific: https://www.popeinc.com/

    - Child Resistant Packaging by Crativ: https://crativpackaging.com/

    [Dispensary]
    - Mesa Organics: http://www.mesaorganics.com/

    -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    Please watch: "Rare Dankness & House of Dankness Cannabis - Scott Reach (S1E6: Canna Cribs, Denver, CO)"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0rK5poMT0c
    -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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  • MOTHMAN MONSTER - Real or fake?

    Link to History Guy's Washington Eagle Video https://youtu.be/koaaWJo9X0g

    Link to my first Mothman video https://youtu.be/GJrKSZy3MQ4

    ABOUT MOTHMAN

    Mothman is a moth-like creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia from 15 November 1966 to 15 December 1967. The first newspaper report was published in the Point Pleasant Register dated 16 November 1966, titled "Couples See Man-Sized Bird...Creature...Something".

    Mothman was introduced to a wider audience by Gray Barker in 1970 later popularized by John Keel in his 1975 book The Mothman Prophecies, claiming that Mothman was related to a wide array of supernatural events in the area and the collapse of the Silver Bridge. The 2002 film The Mothman Prophecies, starring Richard Gere, was based on Keel's book.

    On November 12, 1966, five men who were digging a grave at a cemetery near Clendenin, WV claimed to see a man-like figure fly low from the trees over their heads.[5] This is often identified as the first known sighting of what became known as the Mothman.

    Shortly thereafter, on November 15, 1966, two young couples from Point Pleasant, Roger and Linda Scarberry, and Steve and Mary Mallette told police they saw a large white creature whose eyes "glowed red" when the car headlights picked it up. They described it as a " large flying man with ten-foot wings following their car while they were driving in an area outside of town known as 'the TNT area', the site of a former World War II munitions plant.

    During the next few days, other people reported similar sightings. Two volunteer firemen who sighted it said it was a "large bird with red eyes". Mason County Sheriff George Johnson commented that he believed the sightings were due to an unusually large heron he termed a "shitepoke". Contractor Newell Partridge told Johnson that when he aimed a flashlight at a creature in a nearby field its eyes glowed "like bicycle reflectors", and blamed buzzing noises from his television set and the disappearance of his German Shepherd dog on the creature. Wildlife biologist Dr. Robert L. Smith at West Virginia University told reporters that descriptions and sightings all fit the sandhill crane, a large American crane almost as high as a man with a seven foot wingspan featuring circles of reddish coloring around the eyes, and that the bird may have wandered out of its migration route.

    There were no Mothman reports in the immediate aftermath of the December 15, 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge and the death of 46 people, giving rise to legends that the Mothman sightings and the bridge collapse were connected.

    Folklorist Jan Harold Brunvand notes that Mothman has been widely covered in the popular press, some claiming sightings connected with UFOs, and others claiming that a military storage site was Mothman's "home". Brunvand notes that recountings of the 1966-67 Mothman reports usually state that at least 100 people saw Mothman with many more "afraid to report their sightings" but observed that written sources for such stories consisted of children's books or sensationalized or undocumented accounts that fail to quote identifiable persons. Brunvand found elements in common among many Mothman reports and much older folk tales, suggesting that something real may have triggered the scares and became woven with existing folklore. He also records anecdotal tales of Mothman supposedly attacking the roofs of parked cars inhabited by teenagers.
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  • Hand signs and hand shakes of Freemasons That they use in Court

    And the False Oath the Freemasons take. Freemasons are in everything or every institution. Shriners Club , Nights of Columbus , Elks lodge , Army and navy Clubs , Legions clubs. The Freemasons run them all. Not just Schools and Insurance or power and energy company's they run it all. Or can say they control it all. Same thing. And yes it was a shriner that asked me to join. So this Lawyer of 20 years is not kidding or joking in any way shape or form. Other Lawyers don't even know about the hand signs or Occlt Knowledge.
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