Life Of Brian – Sermon On The Mount

Originally posted on Rebel Voice:
In this clip from the funniest movie ever made, we see Brian and his mother trying to listen to Jesus as he preaches during the Sermon On The Mount. Unfortunately, there was no amplification in those days and mistakes can be made in what the audience hear. “Blessed are the…

Punic Wars – Rome And Carthage Go To War

It was one of the greatest rivalries of the ancient world. The mighty Empires of both Rome and Carthage fought twice until eventually those canny Italians emerged victorious. Carthage was a naval power. Rome was not. So it was that the Romans had to quickly learn the craft of fighting at sea. They learned fast […]

Ottoman Empire – Path To The Top

The Ottoman Empire was a vast political entity that stretched from Persia to southern and eastern Europe and across North Africa. It incorporated millions of inhabitants and various different cultures and ethnicities. It came close to rivaling the Roman Empire, but not quite. The collapse of the Ottoman Empire, after the end of Word War […]

Alaric And The Sack Of Rome

Alaric was a leader of the Visigoths, which is a great name for a rock band. He succeeded in sacking Rome in 410 AD. His victory shook the Roman Empire to its very foundations and paved the way for the disintegration of the greatest Empire on the planet at that time. His method of gaining […]

Attila The Hun – Meet The Man

Attila the Hun┬áruled from 434-453 A.D. and hailed from the modern lands of central and eastern Europe. He was not a founder of Rangers football club as is commonly rumoured although, if alive today, would probably support Servco as they are now known. He did succeed in wreaking havoc across Europe but failed to entirely […]

Mysterious Archaeology – Hidden Information & Confusing Possibilities

This short vid looks at the strange archaeology to be found around the world. The craftsmanship demonstrated in the construction of these buildings and features is exemplary and not easy to explain using accepted theories. Much speculation arises from these constructions and this gives rise to many proposals as to how the ancients were able […]

The Celts – BBC Series – Episode 6

This final episode looks at the more recent history of the nations of the Celtic Isles of western Europe. The narrator begins by describing the Celtic languages as ‘dying’. Not a good start. Although it can be said that those ancient tongues are under immense pressure, they are not dying. Across the Occupied Six Counties […]

The Celts – BBC Series – Episode 3 – Religion And Magic

Although the Celtic people were at the height of their importance almost 2000 years ago, they have not gone away. Today, ancient rituals are enacted across lands that still claim some Celtic ancestry. Across the Celtic Isles of Ireland and Britain, festivals are celebrated that remember the strongly pagan roots of the people there. The […]

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 […]

Spartacus – I’m Spartacus

This clip is from the Hollywood classic in which the slave army all declare that they are Spartacus and make the one and only Spartacus weep like a hormonal widow(er). This was a great movie from 1960, but has been spoiled due to the behaviour of the lead, Kirk Douglas, who is a rabid Zionist […]