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Wikipedia define Controversy as:

"Controversy is a state of prolonged public dispute or debate, usually concerning a matter of conflicting opinion or point of view. The word was coined from the Latin controversia, as a composite of controversus – "turned in an opposite direction," from contra – "against" – and vertere – to turn, or versus (see verse), hence, "to turn against."

The most contentious or well known controversial subjects, topics or areas are politics, religion and sex. Other areas of controversy include history and philosophy. Other minor yet prominent areas of controversy are economics, science, finances, culture, education, the military, society, celebrities, organisation, the media, age, gender, and race. Controversy in matters of theology has traditionally been particularly heated, giving rise to the phrase odium theologicum.

Controversial issues are held as potentially divisive in a given society, because they can lead to tension and ill will, as a result they are often taboo to be discussed in the light of company in many cultures."

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Albert Pike's Alleged Illuminati Plan Of Three World Wars

Albert Pike was an American attorney, Confederate officer, writer, and Freemason. Pike is the only Confederate military officer or figure to be honored with an outdoor statue in Washington, D.C. Albert Pike received a vision, which he described in a letter that he wrote to Mazzini, dated August 15, 1871.

This letter graphically outlined plans for three world wars that were seen as necessary to bring about the One World Order, and we can marvel at how accurately it has predicted events that have already taken place.

Read more:
http://www.thedailytrends.net/2013/06/albert-pikes-alleged-illuminati-plan-of.html
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Ancient Gravestone Depicts A Woman Using A Laptop

A Greek gravestone made by an unidentified artist that traced back to 100 BC is fueling debates and discussion among ancient astronaut theory followers, time travel believers and main stream archaeologists.

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http://www.thecontroversialfiles.net/2015/03/ancient-gravestone-depicts-woman-using.html
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THE MASONIC LIFE OF JOSE RIZAL

One of the least known facets of the life of Philippine national hero Dr. Jose Rizal was his being a member of a worldwide fraternity called Freemasonry.

According to Filipino historian Reynold Fajardo, in his book “Dimasalang: The Masonic Life of Dr. Jose Rizal,” Rizal was not only a mason, he was the only one among the leaders of the revolutionary movement during the Spanish era who “deserved to be called an international Mason since he was a member of various Masonic lodges in Spain, Germany, France and possibly, England.”

Born to educated and middle-class parents— Francisco Mercado and Teodora Alonso Realonda—in June 19, 1861 in Calamba, Laguna, Rizal was seventh of 11 children. He started his schooling in the neighboring town of Biñan.

He later went to Manila and attended the Ateneo Municipal de Manila where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1877, after which he enrolled in the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Faculty of Medicine and Surgery and then in the university’s Faculty of Philosophy and Letters until 1882.

Rizal then traveled alone to Madrid, Spain where he studied Medicine at the Universidad Central de Madrid, earning the degree of Licentiate in Medicine. He also studied at the University of Paris and earned a second doctorate at the University of Heidelberg.

According to Fajardo, at the time Rizal was studying in Biñan and Manila, Masonry was relatively unknown in the Philippines. Masonic lodges were very few and most of their members were Spaniards.

However, Rizal’s half-uncle, Jose Alberto Alonzo was a Mason and lived in Spain. Alonzo was made a Knight of the Order of Carlos III and later King Amadeo, also a Mason, made him to Knight Commander of the Order of Isabel the Catholic.

Rizal’s elder brother, Paciano, also has several links with Spanish Masons in the Philippines during the latter’s student days in Manila.

The first documented exposure of Rizal to Masonry was in 1882, Fajardo said.

Rizal was made a Master Mason on November 15, 1890 at Logia Solidaridad 53 in Madrid, Spain. He affiliated with a lodge under the jurisdiction of Grand Orient of France on October 14, 1891, and was made honorary Worshipful Master of Nilad Lodge No. 144 in 1892. There he delivered a lecture entitled “La Masoneria”.

A many-faceted and multi-talented genius, his God given talents for freedom and for the welfare of his people through peaceful reforms was an obsession that has guided him all his life.

A dedicated nationalist, physician, poet, novelist, historian, painter, sculptor, linguist, educator, anthropologist, ethnologist, sportsman, traveler and a prophet, his talents appear inexhaustible. His famous novels, “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo” exposed the abuses of the Spanish authorities and inspired the 1896 Revolution. His martyrdom fanned the patriotic spirit of Filipinos and solidified their craving for nationhood.

Considered the pride of the Malay race and the greatest of the Filipino heroes ever born, he ranks equal to most of the great men of all races and of all times.

Rizal was made a Master Mason on November 15, 1890 at Logia Solidaridad 53 in Madrid, Spain. He affiliated with a lodge under the jurisdiction of Grand Orient of France on October 14, 1891, and was made honorary Worshipful Master of Nilad Lodge No. 144 in 1892. There he delivered a lecture entitled “La Masoneria”.

A many-faceted and multi-talented genius, his God given talents for freedom and for the welfare of his people through peaceful reforms was an obsession that has guided him all his life.

A dedicated nationalist, physician, poet, novelist, historian, painter, sculptor, linguist, educator, anthropologist, ethnologist, sportsman, traveler and a prophet, his talents appear inexhaustible. His famous novels, “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo” exposed the abuses of the Spanish authorities and inspired the 1896 Revolution. His martyrdom fanned the patriotic spirit of Filipinos and solidified their craving for nationhood.

Considered the pride of the Malay race and the greatest of the Filipino heroes ever born, he ranks equal to most of the great men of all races and of all times.

Jose Rizal died a Freemason. He never retracted his beliefs therefor he gained the enmity of the Church who placed heavy pressure for his death sentence. It was recorded in his conversations in Dapitan with Fr. Pastells and Fr. Sanchez that they offered him safety and longer life if he retracts his Masonic beliefs and returns to the catholic fold. Rizal never did. He stood by his beliefs to the death.

He died with a normal pulse, and he accepted his death as a very natural thing. His teacher Piy Margal is also a Freemason, as well as the key people of the revolution: Andres Bonifacio, Juan Luna, Apolinario Mabini.

Rizal supports spirituality but not religion. He wrote that religion divides people, spirituality unites them. He lived by Masonic teachings and this was what got him to be the Church's enemy no. 1. He was buried with no Christian blessing or fanfare: he was buried in an unmarked dirt heap in Paco cemetery where his sisters (also Masons) and mother faught hard to be given the right to bury him properly. In a few days after his death, the Masons in their full regalia offered him a decent "burial" (they fixed his tomb and paraded the streets of Manila where to the Filipino's suprise the frairs just watched and shrugged their shoulders).

Key Masonic teachings our national hero lived by:

1) freedom to search knowledge and share it in anyway you want

2) seperation of Church and State

3) no to opression of the individual's drive to excellence

4) freedom and tolerance of one's race and religion (no to religious and racial discrimination)

5) no to being hoodwinked to the truth by the religious/friars (science can offer a lot of explnations to the so called "miracles" propagated by the friars)

6) Religion, specifically in his time, supresses the individual from discovering the world out there. He wrote with passion that he despises the friars because they use religion to show that it is the only way to truth and salvation.

Do you think UST will discuss the real Rizal, his beliefs, and why he really died? I don't think so. The Catholic institution up to this day tries to hide and mask their loss in our national hero. Many Catholic Institutions have large libraries but the key books and documents about our "real" national hero are missing. If you want to see the books then search Masonic libraries here in the Philippines specifically there in the Grand Lodge at San Marcelino St.

You're looking for key issues? Here they are:

1) Rizal died a Freemason

2) He died because he never retracted his beliefs

3) He never married (or wasn't able to marry J. Bracken) because the Church won't grant them a wedding unless he retracted his Masonic beliefs

4) He died with a little gap between him and his mother (may tampo nanay nya sa kanya kasi pwede naman siya mabuhay pa eh mas pinili nyang mamatay para sa paniniwala nya)

5) Rizal as well as many of the heroes in our revolution are Freemasons

Goodluck, and search well and wide. Don't be hoodwinked and fixated on what your libraries and priests offer.

credits goes to Philippine Star

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Religion is a major industry in some African countries yet it produces no wealth but rather redistributes wealth from the poor to the rich.

Bishop David Oyedepo is said to have net worth of $150m. Not all Pastors are super-rich. But, if your Pastor is wealthier than the people he serves, you should wonder is he here to help us or are we here to help him?

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BEDFELLOWS: Are You Sure You Truly Know Who's Sleeping Next To You?

There are tons of various phobias or fears that any random human being possesses. To some people, common fears would be fear of heights, compact places, spiders, snakes, etc. But one oldest fear of humans that can also be a driving force on how a certain person reacts to other humans would be the fear of intimacy.

WATCH:
http://www.thecontroversialfiles.net/2015/02/bedfellows-are-you-sure-you-truly-know.html
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Alien Creature Allegedly Found Cruising Around Mars by Mars Rover Mission

There are a lot of things that may shock anyone, the idea of discovering planet Mars having an early civilization is enough to make every scientist/researcher to be eager in getting the proofs about the said speculations and theories.

Read more:
http://www.thecontroversialfiles.net/2015/02/alien-creature-allegedly-found-cruising.html
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Parallel Worlds Exist And Interact With Our World, Say Physicists

Quantum mechanics, though firmly tested, is so weird and anti-intuitive that famed physicist Richard Feynman once remarked, "I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics." Attempts to explain some of the bizarre consequences of quantum theory have led to some mind-bending ideas, such as the Copenhagen interpretation and the many-worlds interpretation.

Read more:
http://www.thecollectiveint.com/2015/02/parallel-worlds-exist-and-interact-with.html
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The Esoterical Meaning Behind The Artworks of Michael Jackson

There are conspiracy theories about him being the ILLUMINATI sacrifice and his death is only a ritual. But that's just one of the theories that still boggles everyone's minds. This time, his artworks that he have left behind is said to be linked to a Monarch Mind Control. left behind a great quantity of artwork – and their symbolism is very telling.

Read more:
http://www.oddityworld.net/2014/11/the-esoterical-meaning-behind-artworks.html
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Pope Francis and the Mystery of Manila’s Vanishing Street Children

Was the Philippine capital really purged of unsightly urchins for the Pope's recent visit, as media reports allege?

Pope Francis took the helm of the Catholic Church last year, vowing to refashion the institution “for the poor.” Yet during his recent five-day visit to the Philippines, where he presided over Mass for more than six million rapturous worshippers, it appeared many of the nation’s most impoverished were cruelly banished from view.

Read more:
http://www.thedailytrends.net/2015/01/pope-francis-and-mystery-of-manilas.html
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