An Insane Population Ruled by an Insane King

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Then came the time when it appeared that all of humanity was going to go insane. A good fourth of Europe died out as a result of the plague that broke out in 1347 and lasted sixteen months. After the plague came famine, people ate vermin and dogs , “chair et trippes” ( human flesh and entrails ). The n followed an other epidemic and again famine. Everybody wandered around aimlessly, no one worked anymore, they just waited for death in unrelenting despair. 

“fuyons”—(According to the Journal of the Bourgeois), the country people cried out:—aux bois avec les bêtes fauves. Adieu les femmes et les enfants. Faisons le pis que nous pourrons. Remettons nous en la main du Diable. (“Flee to the woods with wild beasts. Farewell to the women and children. Let’s do the worst that we can. Let’s put ourselves into…

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IMPOSSIBLE? 3,000 Year-Old Hieroglyphics Depict Modern Day Technology! Markings of the Fallen Angels? (Shocking Video and Pictures)

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William Still (1821-1902)

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William Still was an African-American abolitionist who took part in the Underground Railroad as a ‘conductor’ and documenter of the Abolitionist Movement and, in particular, the hardships of the railroad “passengers.”

He was born in 1821 to former slaves in Burlington County, New Jersey. His father, Levin Steel, settled in a N.J. farm after purchasing his own freedom. Mr. Steel changed his name to Still to protect his wife, Sidney, who had permanently joined him when she succeeded in her second attempt to escape from slavery in Maryland. The first time, she fled with her four children but was recaptured. The second time, to secure their freedom, she escaped with only her two daughters. She was forced to leave two sons behind, who were sold to slave owners in Alabama. She later changed her name to Charity.

Still was the youngest of 18 children. He had little formal schooling, but…

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE CONSTITUTION

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Read MLK’s Love Letter To Coretta Scott King

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We all know Martin Luther King Jr. was quite the speaker but, apparently, he was also something of a poet. On this Valentine’s Day, take a look back in time at his and Coretta Scott King’s incredible love story through a love letter he wrote her in the summer of 1952, a year before they were married. From Stanford University’s Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers Project:

Dearest,

Fortunately, I am in a better mood today. your letter was sweet and refreshing to my heart, which had well-nigh grown cold toward you. Of course I have become convinced in the last few days that my love for you is based on such a solid foundation that the stormy winds of anger cannot blow it assunder. Love is such a dynamic force isn’t it? It is the most inexplicable and yet the most beautiful force in life. O how joyous it…

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“A Mile In A 1/3 Of A Minute” (1925)