Cumberland Academy

There is no “hell” in the Bible?

There is no “Hell” in the Bible, in the original oldest copies of the scrolls and codices. The words in Hebrew Old Testament are Sheol and Hades, which both mean where you go when you are dead: the Grave, not a place of torture. The Gate of HellGustave Dore In the New Testament, the image… Continue reading There is no “hell” in the Bible?

Cumberland Academy

Ogham Petroglyphs in Ireland and West Virginia

In 1981, archaeologist Robert L. Pyle of Morgantown, West Virginia began exploring the mountains of the southern part of the state studying petroglyphs (markings on stone) that at first glance resembled archaic runes and were different from traditional ancient American rock carvings. His archaeological research focused on petroglyph sites in Wyoming County, West Virginia, and… Continue reading Ogham Petroglyphs in Ireland and West Virginia

Cumberland Academy

The Paspahegh Massacre

The Paspahegh Town The Indian town of Paspahegh was situated at the mouth of the Chickahominy River on its east bank, about six miles northwest of James Fort. John Smith’s 1608 Map of Virginia shows an unnamed town here. The entire area was known as Paspahegh, the name of the Algonquian-speaking group who occupied the… Continue reading The Paspahegh Massacre

Cumberland Academy

Dr. John Sorenson on the historicity of the Book of Mormon

An interview by Sarah Collett of Dr. John Sorenson:-- thoughtful faith podcast. Dr. Sorenson is an emeritus professor of anthropology at Brigham Young University, and a renowned expert of Book of Mormon archeology and geography. His seminal work An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon popularized the Limited Geography Theory within LDS culture and scholarship, and… Continue reading Dr. John Sorenson on the historicity of the Book of Mormon

Cumberland Academy

42 cases of psychosis associated with COVID-19

This is the first report of psychotic symptoms after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. SAR-CoV- 2 is known to trigger a powerful immune response, which includes the release of large amounts of proinflammatory cytokines. As of January 2021, 42 cases of psychosis associated with COVID-19 infection have been reported. It has been hypothesized that a COVID-19… Continue reading 42 cases of psychosis associated with COVID-19

Cumberland Academy

Pycnogenol (French Maritime Pine Bark Extract): 12 Benefits According to Studies

In 1535, a French explorer by the name of Jacques Cartier found himself ice-bound on the St. Lawrence River. Along with the rest of the crew, he developed symptoms of vitamin-C deficiency. Luckily, the Native Americans told them about a tea prepared from the bark of a certain tree, which miraculously led to complete recovery.… Continue reading Pycnogenol (French Maritime Pine Bark Extract): 12 Benefits According to Studies

Cumberland Academy

Prebiotic metabolites from simple sunlight can catalyze the synthesis of clay minerals

"A connection between ZnS prebiotic photosynthesis and clay replication has now been established in a paper published by a team of scientists from the University of Kentucky and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United Sates, and McGill University in Canada. The paper has related how prebiotic metabolites available from simple sunlight promoted… Continue reading Prebiotic metabolites from simple sunlight can catalyze the synthesis of clay minerals

Cumberland Academy

Covid Vaccines contain biological and synthetic LIFE forms and parasites

Not only does the Covid Vaccine contain some of the more toxic elements known to man -- Extreme carcinogens and genotoxins like Graphene Oxide which is conductive and highly reactive to magnetic fields, Nano metals, PEG (Polyethylene glycol) and ethylene alcohol ... But in the Covid Vaccine we have other biological and synthetic LIFE forms… Continue reading Covid Vaccines contain biological and synthetic LIFE forms and parasites

Cumberland Academy

Neurons Act Not As Simple Logic Gates, But As Complex, Multi-Unit Processing Systems

There is a complex sub-synaptic architecture that gives the dendrite the processing power normally attributed to a multi-layered neuronal network—i.e. the dendrite alone can perform complex computations, and hence the multi-parallel processing power of a single neuron is far beyond what was conventionally assumed." William Brown, Resonance Science Research Scientist Dendrites are branched protoplasmic extensions… Continue reading Neurons Act Not As Simple Logic Gates, But As Complex, Multi-Unit Processing Systems

Cumberland Academy

Schoolyard UFO Encounters Part One: Sightings

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-yXw0jpPMtU Schoolyard UFO Encounters Part One: Sightings Preston Dennett June 2020 All across the world, schools are being targeted by UFOs. More than 100 documented cases are on record. These are typically long lasting, low level, daylight encounters viewed by large groups of witnesses. Something very profound is happening here. This video is Part One… Continue reading Schoolyard UFO Encounters Part One: Sightings

Cumberland Academy

DMT-related entity encounter experiences

Survey of entity encounter experiences occasioned by inhaled N,N-dimethyltryptamine: Phenomenology, interpretation, and enduring effects https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0269881120916143 Entity encounter experiences frequently result in ontological changes in worldview including the belief in the reality of such entities. Previous descriptions of entity encounter experiences occasioned by DMT (Strassman, 2001, 2008), as well as nondrug alien encounter and abduction experiences,… Continue reading DMT-related entity encounter experiences