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The Rogue Researcher burns some wood with the Ancient Agenda Team

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I chatted with Fred,JD and Jon the other night and will say I learned some things as they did also. USOKS are global and we try to make sense of the nonsense that surrounds us and the info and research they have done and presented from the Grass Roots as we do here in the roots, on our own. They have taken the steps forward to bring their research to the public so why don't you lend an ear and give this very inetersting connection to a past we are just beginng to realize and comprehend the depths of time the Beginnings we know existed. 

 
Ancient Agenda introduction from their website: http://www.ancientagenda.com/

  We are a provocative new community website, disclosing never before seen information to our ancient past - thereby setting the history books right.

  We welcome all with open arms to this quest to re-right our historical origins; we must stress however our research is on a professional level, therefore we ask everyone please keep posts and information relevant to our work. 

  We believe that our world suffered a catastrophe decimating an advanced race, which left survivors scattered to the four corners of Earth. To rebuild the once lost fabled Eden, which our research correlates. Also leading us to believe the Atlantis theory was not an island or sunken continent. but a global advanced unified civilization. Much as Earth is today and why we chose to sanctify the name.

  Our intent is to share this new found history FREELY, with all like-minded individuals. In hopes they will in turn, share their personal knowledge. To leave no stone unearthed in this quest of ancient agenda. Exposing our now corrected blueprinted history, once lost in the sands of time. 

 

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