The Deep Sea Adventures & Legacy Of Jacques Cousteau

Jewels Of The Deep Sailing around the world on his iconic ship Calypso, Jacques Cousteau captivated audiences with the unknown ocean and inspired future generations of ocean explorers. His career includes over 120 television documentaries, 50 books and the 300,000 member environmental foundation, the Cousteau Society. As the pioneer in underwater documentaries, Cousteau won Oscars [&hellip

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Hip Hop Faculty: The Rise and Fall Of Death Row Records

Live From Death Row Being blessed enough to have experienced Hip Hop’s Golden era, one of the most compelling stories of the era is the tragic story of Death Row Records. Personally, I was a huge Death Row fan, and it was the most authentic Record Label I respected with an impressive catalogue of non-stop [&hellip

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X Files: The Chilbolton Crop Circle Reply To The Arecibo Radio Message

Aracebo Radio Telescope X-Files explores the mystery of Crop Circles. Whether they are messages from an Alien intelligence continues to be in dispute, and one of the most intriguing cases is that of the 2001 Chilbolton Crop Circle, regarded as an Extra-Terrestrial  response to our own Radio Message beamed into Space in 1974 by the [&hellip

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Anunnaki Chronicles: The Great Deluge (Noah’s Flood) & Jerusalem’s Origins

The Flood: Mankind Perishes We continue our journey into the lands of the Anunnaki following the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Enlil’s base station at Edin due to Enlil’s displeasure at the realisation that contrary to his intructions, his rival Brother and Chief Anunnaki Scientist ENKI, had created a species of ‘Primitive Worker’ that [&hellip

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