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The diabolical naming of America and why it matters then - and now

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What's in a name? Ripping a chapter from Steve Quayle's book True Legends, Steve Quayle and Timothy Alberino discuss the diaolical naming of America and why it matters. America, as you will hear, is actually the land of "the plumed serpent." Tupac Amaru was the last ruler of the Incas, and his name is key to understanding after who he was named.

Despite what you might read in history books, the land mass known as "America" did not originate from Amerigo Vespucci. There is a more diabolical nature to the naming of America - one that had relevance centuries ago, and one which will have relevance to today and in the days ahead.

Guests: Steve Quayle & Timothy Alberin

 

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