Secrets of the Occult – Episode 1 – The Magicians (Documentary)

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9 comments:

  1. ThePetalbluelite

    Ancient Egyptian civilisation existed long before the Babylonians, so they
    couldn’t have learnt anything from them, Its the Babylonians who learnt
    from the Ancient Egyptians and passed it on to the ancient Persians,
    Assyrians etc.

  2. Roger Blackburn

    Lol, these idiots obviously overlooked the fact that the Giza pyramids
    where in place long before the Egyptians arrived in Egypt, and had been
    built by the Sumerians in earlier times, as their mention appears
    throughout the ancient Sumerian txts which predates the ego of Egyptian
    culture by God(OR PERHAPS DOG for all we know)knows how long. Noooo
    hieroglyphs in Giza pyramids, if pharaohs built em they would have been
    egotistically riddled with them. Scuse the pun

  3. Mohammed Al-jiab Al-Jiab

    modern civilisations like the muslims the roman church and the protestants
    all learned from the muslims, it is the muslims who caused the renaissance
    in Europe because they are the ones who used in the ink before, it is
    muslims who invented chemistry, muslims who produced the first pulp plant
    to make pulp paper out of trees and make writing and hence speeding the
    science in their time, it is muslims who are first to be enlightened and
    removed from the dark ages where the west were in the dark ages and
    couldn’t catch up till the late 1600s, I like this video but undermining
    the muslim civilisation is ridiculous and shows an agenda to this
    documentary…. 

  4. Lorenzo Vargas

    Many of the great pyramid’s chambers and even under the capstones are many
    quarry marks, all in hieroglyphs, that state the work being done in the
    name of Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu.
    Archaeological record.
    You can even Google image it yourself.

  5. Roger Blackburn

    Yup! I certainly have. I also think that the violet flame of St Germain is
    a joke and the work of evil toward humanity (occultic). Just like the evil
    Catholic/jesuit organized religious black church that orchestrated such
    dark atrocities that let the good people of Rwanda believe they where Gods
    army and must commit genocide against the other good people of Rwanda or go
    to hell, at gunpoint of course, along with the same type of propaganda
    contained within this doc.

  6. TheronQRamacharaka

    I made it to 17:00 and figured that, as is typical, and as is equally
    ignorant, India was going to be completely ignored in this video, so I
    turned it off.

  7. Roger Blackburn

    Yup! I certainly have. I also think that the violet flame of St Germain is
    a joke and the work of evil toward humanity (occultic). Just like the evil
    Catholic/jesuit organized religious black church that orchestrated such
    dark atrocities that let the good people of Rwanda believe they where Gods
    army and must commit genocide against the other good people of Rwanda or go
    to hell, at gunpoint of course, along with the same type of propaganda
    contained within this doc.

  8. Roger Blackburn

    Lol, these idiots obviously overlooked the fact that the Giza pyramids
    where in place long before the Egyptians arrived in Egypt, and had been
    built by the Sumerians in earlier times, as their mention appears
    throughout the ancient Sumerian txts which predates the ego of Egyptian
    culture by God(OR PERHAPS DOG for all we know)knows how long. Noooo
    hieroglyphs in Giza pyramids, if pharaohs built em they would have been
    egotistically riddled with them. Scuse the pun

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