Lomax died in a car accident when the brakes on his car failed near Santa Rosa, New Mexico. At the time, he was working on a documentary concerning the role played by the FBI in death of Malcolm X. According to Washington Post staff writer Karl Evanzz, Lomax’s death may have been connected to the documentary. At the time of his death, Lomax had a 141-page FBI file.
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Following videos tell the history of Islam in Ancient Europe.
The Scientific and Philosophical progress made during that time.
And how it has all been suppressed after the Muslim Moors were expelled from of Spain, then known as Al-Andalus.
“Today, a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration – that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There’s no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we’re the imagination of ourselves.” ~ Quote by Bill Hicks
Simply put; Our perceived reality is nothing else but a collective illusion
“By any means necessary.”
The famous quote by black political icon, orator and legend Malcolm X is well known to many. However I couldn’t help notice the surprise on a friend’s face when he heard the line uttered not by the 1960s black visionary, but British actor Sir Ian McKellen in the role of another icon that rose to prominence in the turbulent 1960s: Eric Magnus Lehnsherr, better known as Magneto. The first of these luminaries may have been flesh and blood while the other exists only as ink within Marvel Comics X-Men Universe, but that didn’t matter: because in that brief moment I had been vindicated.