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We don't know where they came from. And we don't know why they came. But we do know where they were going. And we finally know their objective.

"...consider this very important" - Alex Collier, June 2014

Huffington Post article by Denise Wilbanks - "Where Do We Come From?"

Here is the link for the album in case you want to stop by and check on the progress.

The Book of Man: Enigma Nine

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Cheers and thx.



LRO/LOLA Lunar South Pole Flyover
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio

Contact, The Film (1997)

The Amazing Planet Earth HD


Listed in video credits


Fourier in Hell
from the album Montauk

from the album Montauk

Blood Flag in F# (Dismantling the Neanderthal Trusts)
from the album 1981

All by Tom Fahy

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