The Moonies – A Korean Cult Of Stranger Mass Marriage

There are many weird and not so wonderful religious cults around the globe. Most are small and have little impact upon the global population. However, some grow to sizeable proportions and often become mainstream. One such faith is that of the Unification Movement, better known as The Moonies. This religion was founded in South Korea […]

Hidden Gospels From the Time Of Jesus

There are many interpretations of the New Testament that we all have access to. But there are numerous other writings, some of which are Gospels, which have not been widely made public. Of these hidden texts, two of the most famous are the Gospel of Mary and the Gospel of Judas. Scholars are debating the […]

Hittites – Ancient Empire That Vanished

The Hittites are mentioned in the Bible as contemporaries of the ancient Egyptians. They were a powerful civilization based in modern day Anatolia. Yet unlike other such mighty empires, they disappeared so quickly as to have become something of a mystery. But tenacious archaeologists searching for their capital city made a startling discovery in Turkey. […]

Phoenicians – Sea People Of The Ancient Middle East

This short documentary looks at the mysterious Phoenicians, an ancient people who connected the world of the Mediterranean through trade. The females from this population group were said to have been the most beautiful in the world. No doubt females from other populations may disagree strongly with this conclusion. However, there is no doubt that […]

Johnny Cash – The Man Comes Around

Although Rebel Voice espouses a strictly secular ethos, this is one of our favourite songs from the legendary US musician (not sure how a virgin trims her wick, as suggested in the lyrics). Hope you enjoy. – If you care, give it a share –

Dark Eden

Dark Eden   by Chris Beckett This is a gem, a true gem. Set in an accidental colony on a distant planet that the first people named Eden, the author has managed to create an original setting that is quirky, intriguing and strangely plausible. Angela (Gela) and Tommy were stranded on an alien world where the […]

The Accidental Wife

The Accidental Wife by Orla McAlinden Orla McAlinden is from Portadown in the Irish Occupied Six Counties (OSC), although she refers to it as Northern Ireland. This is apparently her first book. It shows. McAlinden received something called the Eludia Award, given out ‘for a first book-length unpublished novel or collection of stories by a […]

Zionism Is A Delusion

As a participant in occasional on-line polemical debate with Zionists, I am always struck not by what they say, but by all that they don’t. Zionists have great difficulty in justifying their ideology, based as it is upon the text of the Tanakh (the ancient Hebrew bible from which is derived the Christian Old Testament). […]