Illuminati PROOF? Angela Merkel seen making ‘Illuminati sign’ at G20 Summit

Angela Merkel was spotted making the diamond shape with her fingers at the G20 Summit, which is currently being held Osaka, Japan, while lining up for a photograph with other world leaders. The German Chancellor is known for making her infamous “diamond” hand sign, which has been branded of masonic-style and a symbol of the alleged Illuminati by . The Illuminati is supposedly a secret organisation made up of world leaders and powerful celebrities who actually run all world governments from behind the scenes and intends introducing a New World Order which will see just one government running the entire world.

According to an Illuminati website, the diamond sign is representative of a pyramid, which symbolises “wealth, success and power”.

This is not the first time the Ms Merkel has been spotted making a diamond shape with her fingers.

Just a few months ago in February she was seen doing it when she met outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May where the pair discussed the possibility of extending Article 50 and delaying Brexit.

But Mrs Merkel, who has led the Christian Democratic Union party for 16 years, explained the reason she makes the unusual gesture in a 2013 interview, and denied there was anything sinister behind it.

She told a German magazine: “There was always the question, what to do with your arms, and that’s how it came about. It contains a certain symmetry.”

Other famous faces including Gordon Brown, the Duchess of Cornwall and Recep Tayyip Erdogan have also been spotted making the ‘Merkel diamond’.

US President Donald Trump has previously made other hand gestures which have been alleged to be Illuminati signs.

Some conspiracy theorists claim Mr Trump is a fully signed up member of the Illuminati, but others believe he is an enemy of the Illuminati who has managed to infiltrate its top position – the US presidency.

Jesus H. Christ mystery: Shock theory reveals origin of letter H – Where did it come from?

Jesus H. Christ is a more obscure version of the name Jesus Christ brought to wider attention in Mark Twain’s autobiography during the 19th century. The American novelist was recalling his time as a printer’s apprentice when he decided to get his revenge on old mentor from the time. He had been tasked with printing pamphlets of the sermons of Reverend Alexander Campbell. Unfortunately, the printer had dropped some letters so he abbreviated Jesus Christ to JC.

He was chastised by the livid preacher who made him reset all the text so as not to “diminish” the Lord’s name.

Twain obliged by simply writing Jesus H. Christ instead of Jesus Christ in humorous retaliation.

The phrase had already become known in wider circles as a mild expletive, based on the common conception that the “H” was Jesus’s middle name.

But now one online theory has debunked the meaning of “H”, saying it does not mean the middle name of Jesus after all.

Website MentalFloss claims the “H” is a misreading of an early motif, known as a monogram, used to represent Jesus.

Monograms overlap more than one letters to create a unified symbol and were used in ancient times to denote a person’s name.

Christians often used the familiar Chi Rho monogram but a less familiar one was the IHC monogram, which you can see below (will have pic).

IHC used the first three letters of the Greek spelling for Jesus, Ἰησοῦς.

These looked similar to Latin letters and in more recent centuries, scholars who read the Greek text mistook the I for a “J” based on the Latin alphabet.

Taking ‘C’ to mean Christ, they then concluded “H” must be Jesus’s middle name.

Christ is often nowadays considered to be Jesus’s last name but MentalFloss explains that is wrong.

Christ is an epithet – a byline explaining a person’s characteristics – and means “anointed one”.

So the phrase “Jesus H. Christ” was completely inaccurate as an expletive.

This is believed to have happened some time in the early 19th century.

And that so happens to be the period during which Mark Twain was alive.

His use of the phrase will no doubt have added to the plausibility that Jesus did in fact have a middle name.

MH370 shock claim: Captain Zaharie Shah was ‘hiding secret mistress’

MH370 was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China, when the jet mysteriously vanished with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 aircraft last communicated with air traffic control at 1.19am when the plane was flying over the South China Sea, before vanishing from civilian radar screens. Radar data shows the jet suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean, leading some to claim Captain Zaharie Shah played out a suicide mission.

A shock report last week claimed the pilot was “clinically depressed” and decide to take his own life, along with the passengers on board.

However, according to Qantas’s former manager of flight training, David Shrubb, the disappearance was actually meticulously planned by Mr Shah after he fell in love with a worker at Kuala Lumpur airport.

The source claimed Mr Shah had enjoyed several mistresses over the years but “Rina with her long, lustrous hair and sensuous figure”, was the one who stood out.

Mr Shrubb went on to claim the captain used connections to get two stolen passports and that on the evening of March 7, 2014, he packed his flight kit with extra warm clothes, a bright waterproof torch, a whistle and a parachute so he could bail mid-flight.

MH370 researcher Ean Higgins dubbed the revelation “my favourite theory so far” telling investigators to “exclude all others”.

The senior reporter at The Australian included it in his new book “The Hunt for MH370”, where he theorised how the event may have played out.

He wrote: “The love tryst couple decided on an elaborate plan to elope and secretly establish a new life in another obscure but pleasant Asian country.

“Seeing the lights of the fishing boat he was expecting, just as planned at the precise agreed coordinates, Zaharie put a deflated life jacket on along with his parachute.

“He returned to the passenger cabin and opened one of the exit doors just behind the wings, after pushing a lifeless flight attendant who had collapsed there out of the way.

“Within 15 minutes the love of her life was safely aboard and in her arms, ready to secretly elope overseas and start a new life, the cash from the inheritance secure in the hold.”

There have been countless claims over what happened to MH370.

Some state the plane was hijacked, either by terrorists on board or through remote cyber hacking.

While more outrageous ideas have claimed the plane was a  “flying bomb” due to the cargo of five tonnes of mangosteens and 221kg of lithium-ion batteries.

Over the years there have been all sorts of claims over possible sightings, from Maldive islanders to oil rig workers in Vietnam.

However, we are still no closer to knowing the truth.

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MH370: Why investigator proposed simple theory on what happened – ‘Just like in 2005’

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 left Kuala Lumpur airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China, with 239 passengers on board. However, the Boeing 777 jet mysteriously disappeared over the South China Sea, after its final communication with air traffic control at 1:19am. Over the years, the captain – Zaharie Shah – has come under fire amid claims suggesting he went on a suicide mission after analysis of radar data suggested he made a “final goodbye” gesture.

However, air crash investigator Tony Cable has another theory. 

He believes the plane’s strange, sudden movements suggest the pilot was not in control.

Instead, Mr Cable told NDTV’s Sanya Jain that he believed a member of the cabin crew had entered the cockpit.

She wrote in April: “Air accident investigator Tony Cable believes that an earlier aviation disaster could offer clues. 

“In 2005, Helios Airways Flight 522 failed to make radio contact with ground, just like MH370.

“A fault in the flight’s pressurisation system made the pilots pass out as the aircraft flew on autopilot. 

“Fighter jets that made visual contact with the flight found a flight attendant entering the cockpit and sitting down on the pilot’s seat.

“Tony believes that something similar may have happened to flight MH370, and that would explain why it flew off course.”

The idea that that the pilot, alongside First Officer Fariq Abdul Hamid suffered from hypoxia – when the body is deprived of oxygen – has been popular among researchers.

Christine Negroni, the author of “The Crash Investigators” explored this during her new book.

However, Ms Negroni believes the bizarre movements on the flight path were produced by the erratic, illogical thoughts of a pilot suffering hypoxia.

She wrote in 2018: “To me, that insensible action [the turn] is a bright and shining clue that the pilots’ actions were illogical because they were incapable of logical thought. 

“My scenario is that the plane depressurised at 35,000 feet.

“The first officer, alone in the cockpit, put on his emergency oxygen mask but failed to get 100 percent oxygen under pressure which would be required to restore his intellectual acuity.

“Instead, with the insidious feeling of wellbeing that characterises hypoxia – or oxygen starvation – the pilot turned the plane back towards Kuala Lumpur.”

Ms Negroni went on to detail what she believed happened next.

She added: “He knew there was a problem but didn’t have the brain processing power to act appropriately. 

“This explains why he turned in one direction then another before passing out as the plane headed into the world’s most remote sea.”

However, the theory comes within a mountain of other theories of what happened five years ago.

MH370 shock: Obsessed pilot disconnected from reality ahead of fatal flight, friend claims

MH370 mysteriously vanished with 239 people on board while travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in 2014. While pieces of the Boeing 777 aircraft have washed up, the plane was last recorded flying over the South China Sea. Radar data showed a sudden change of direction for the Malaysia Airlines plane which flew back across Malaysia before heading towards the Indian Ocean which some believe was part of a suicide mission.

Mr Shah’s lifestyle ahead of the flight has been brought into to question to shed light on to what potentially happened.

One friend claimed the captain was “obsessed” with following models on Facebook, according to The Atlantic.

The source said Mr Shah would leave “shyly sexual” comments on photos.

They added Mr Shah spent an unhealthy amount of time on social media leading him to become disconnected from reality.

READ MORE: MH370 shock: How plane could have suffered ‘electronic takeover’

The shock report noted Mr Shah had been battling with depression with loneliness.

US aviation writer William Langewiesche theorised Mr Shah killed the 238 passengers on board by starving them of oxygen.

He believes Mr Shah went on to fly alone for hours with the bodies in the plane.

Mr Langewiesche wrote: “There is a strong suspicion among investigators in the aviation and intelligence communities that he was clinically depressed.”

The Atlantic report suggests Mr Zaharie sent his young co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid out of the cockpit before depressurising the aircraft.

He would have then ensured passengers’ deaths by climbing above cruising altitude to starve them of oxygen.

While cabin oxygen masks would have dropped, their intended use is for no longer than 15 minutes to altitudes where the air is breathable.

However, if the Boeing 777 was at 40,000ft the oxygen masks wouldn’t have worked.

Mr Langewiesche added: “The cabin occupants would have become incapacitated within a couple of minutes, lost consciousness, and gently died without any choking or gasping for air.

“The scene would have been dimly lit by the emergency lights, with the dead belted into their seats, their faces nestled in the worthless oxygen masks dangling on tubes from the ceiling.”

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Philippines on earthquake and tsunami alert after giant 14ft oarfish washes up on shore

The fish, said to swim in shallow water ahead of an earthquake, comes as a warning to the residents. Measuring at 13.9 feet, the fish washed up in Barangay Poblacion in Compostela town in northern Cebu yesterday. The deep-sea fish died when locals tried to pull it from the rocks where it was hiding and ripped off its head.

The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office shared a photo of the fish on Facebook.

The group said: “Those who found the fish said it suddenly appeared hiding on the rocks located near the dike.

“They caught it by the head and started to pull it hard not knowing that it had a soft body, the reason why its head was ripped off.”

One resident said it was the first time the fish had washed up on their shorelines, according to CDN.

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The fish are traditionally known as “Ryugu no tsukai” in Japanese, or the “Messenger from the Sea God’s Palace”.

Legend has associated the huge fish as an omen.

The myth gathered believers after the 2011 Fukushima earthquake and subsequent tsunami, which killed more than 20,000 people.

The quake had a magnitude of nine and was one of the biggest recorded in a century.

A dozen oarfish had washed up onto Japan’s coastline in 2010 before the disaster.

But scientists dispute such claims.

Uozu Aquarium keeper Kazusa Saiba told CNN that global warming or subtle changes in the Earth’s crust could “cause the current to stir and push creatures at the bottom to the surface.

“There is no scientific evidence at all for the theory that oarfish appear around big quakes. But we cannot 100 percent deny the possibility.”

MH370 bombshell: Investigator warned he will be KILLED if he continues disappearance probe

In 2016, Mr Gibson rose to prominence after claiming debris he found in Mozambique belonged to the plane. Since then, The Sun reports that Mr Gibson has found a further 16 pieces of alleged wreckage from that flight. The pieces have turned up at spots in Madagascar and South Africa.

But William Langewiesche, a pilot turned writer, said Mr Gibson had “began receiving death threats” after he found the first piece three years ago.

Mr Langewiesche said: “One message said that either he would stop looking for debris or he would leave Madagascar in a coffin.

“Another warned he would die of polonium poisoning.

“He has been traumatised.”

READ MORE: MH370 shock claim: Captain Zaharie Shah was ‘hiding secret mistress’

The self-styled investigator added: “He largely avoids disclosing his location or travel plans, and for similar reasons avoids using email and rarely speaks over the telephone.

“He frequently swaps out his Sim cards. He believes he is sometimes followed and photographed.”

MH370 was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China, when the jet mysteriously vanished with 239 people on board.

The Boeing 777 aircraft last communicated with air traffic control at 1.19am when the plane was flying over the South China Sea, before vanishing from civilian radar screens.

Radar data shows the jet suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean, leading some to claim Captain Zaharie Shah played out a suicide mission.

There have been countless claims over what happened to MH370.

Some state the plane was hijacked, either by terrorists on board or through remote cyber hacking.

While more outrageous ideas have claimed the plane was a “flying bomb” due to the cargo of five tonnes of mangosteens and 221kg of lithium-ion batteries.

Life after death: Mother sees ‘Heaven’ scrawls ‘it’s real’ after she dies for 27 minutes

Tina Hines gestured she wanted to write something and scrawled “it’s real” on a piece of paper after momentarily being revived. When her family asked her what was real she looked upwards and nodded. She later claimed the note refers to Heaven existing. And she revealed what the astonishing scenes she saw while unconscious, which include a Jesus-like figure appearing. 

Tina told AZfamily.com: “It was so real. The colours were so vibrant.”

The drama began when the active mum was on her way for a hike with her husband near the couple’s home in Phoenix, Arizona.

Tina collapsed and turned purple according to her husband Brian.

He gave her CPR and brought her back twice before paramedics arrived.

On the way to hospital in the ambulance, paramedics lost Tina and resuscitated her six times before she arrived in hospital.

Tina was dead for a collective 27 minutes, the family have revealed.

In the hospital with a tube in her mouth and unable to speak, she was given a pen and piece of paper when she wrote the almost unintelligible note.

She later described seeing a figure she says was Jesus.

He was standing in front of some black gates and was surrounded by a bright yellow light.

Most people who temporarily die from cardiac arrests have no memory of this period.

However, between 10 to 20 percent say they have near death experiences.

A study on rats by the University of Michigan showed a burst of brain activity in the moments before death and complex thoughts.

Scientists claim the brain activity may allow people to have memories of the period before death.

But Tina is convinced what she saw means God and Heaven exist.

And her family are equally convinced.

Her niece Madie Johnson even has the note from Tina tattooed on her wrist.

The mother from Arizon is not alone and there are numerous others with similar visions and beliefs.

Just weeks ago after suffering a life threatening injury.

He said: “The ground was sandy but solid, and I could smell the desert air.”

He added vivid description of what he say bt then “snapped back to reality” and found himself in hospital.

Another man, writing in the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, said .

He then saw Jesus “standing on the other side of a bridge” and revealed Jesus asked him: “Gary would you like to stay for eternal peace and happiness or go back?”

Gary asked to return and then woke up back in his body.

He wrote: “If an experience like this doesn’t change you, then there’s something wrong with you.”

And Dr Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York, recently said in a debate how people describe a “sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light”.

Others report “watching doctors and nurses working on them”.

But Dr Parnia insists there is a scientific explanation and that the brain scans itself as a survival technique.

UFO sighting: NASA films ‘largest UFO ever recorded’ exiting Sun

NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) project is an ambitious attempt to study the internal structure and outer atmosphere of the Sun. Since it began orbiting our star, NASA’s space telescope has made numerous achievements, from understanding the Sun’s complicated gas currents hidden beneath its surface, to tracking changes in its magnetic fields. But UFO hunter Scott Waring believes the NASA solar observatory has now made its most amazing discovery to date – capturing an UFO as it exits our Sun. Waring took to his etdatabase.com UFO blog to speculate about his outlandish alien theory.

He said: “You won’t believe this. This is an angelic UFO close-up coming out of the Sun this week.

“This is a video captured by the NASA SOHO helioviewer.org. And it has captured an angelic craft coming out of the Sun during a solar explosion.”

A still of the NASA footage shows much solar debris spewing from the Sun’s right-hand side.

Then an unexpected anomaly is shown only for an instant appearing on the star’s left-hand side.

Waring proceeds to slow the NASA footage down enough to see the oddly-shaped anomaly near the top of the Sun.

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The image is also inverted into a negative format using digital manipulation, with the strange object shows up black against the white of the Sun.

The Sun is bright white due to the intense heat it emits – on average 5,500C.

He said: “Look at that. It is freaking solid. It is not clear or transparent like the surrounding debris.”

However, the anomaly shows up dark, leading Waring to ask: “How can anything exiting the Sun be so cold?

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“Even the gas and the solar debris surrounding the Sun can be seen cooling-off.

“But this UFO is really dark. This is 100 percent an alien craft.

“Angelic craft have in fact been spotted around the Sun for ages but this particular one is different.

“UFOs usually have a long dragonfly-like tail in their back, but this one doesn’t, which is very strange.

READ MORE: Does Google Mars photo show crashed UFO on Mars?

The footage was filmed by NASA’ SOHO on Thursday, June 20, according the footage’s timestamp.

Waring then zooms-in on the NASA footage in an attempt to prove the craft is a solid object.

The solar debris field becomes very pixelated when viewed from close-up, while the anomaly remains relatively sharp.

Waring continues: “It doesn’t look at all like a solar explosion and if it was ejecta this would not be black in negative format.

“It would be the same colour as the Sun from this distance. And that to me is amazing.”

The anomaly appears to be huge in comparison to the star, approximately the size of Jupiter.

Waring adds: “This has to be one of the largest UFOs ever recorded.

“Nothing that big could move that fast unless it has the ability to travel at light speed.”

Scores of UFO enthusiasts took to Youtube to comment on Waring’s bizarre theory.

MeT L Head wrote: “Dude, it’s an upside-down saucer. But that thing looks bigger than Jupiter.”

And Sondi 907SkyWatcher agreed, adding: “It’s kind of like in the shape of a sting ray. Nice catch! That thing is huge!”

NASA has not commented on Mr Waring’s find.

Russia Atlantis FOUND: Ancient civilisation rises from the deep in Siberia

For a few weeks in summer, the water has retreated allowing archeologists to examine graves of prehistoric civilisations dating from the Bronze Age to the time of Genghis Khan.

Especially rich in finds are necropolises from the time an ancient Hun population that held sway at the site around some two thousand years ago.

By early July, the water will rise and cover the graves again up to  50 ft deep, frozen in winter, until it retreats briefly next summer. 

Archeologists can only work here until the end of this month (June) before this mountain ‘Atlantis’ is once more submerged.

But there are fears that over several years, the damage to this “sensational” ancient site will significantly worsen, making it a “race against time” to save an array of priceless treasures, say Russian archeologists

Recent finds include the remains of two partly mummified prehistoric “fashionistas” buried with the tools of their trade.

One called ‘Sleeping Beauty’ – dressed in silk for the afterlife – was at first believed to be a priestess but is now thought to be a leather designer, the other a weaver who took her wooden spindle packed inside a sewing bag to the afterlife.

This extraordinary Atlantis site is in the mountainous Tuva Republic in southern Siberia, a favoured vacation destination for Russian president Vladimir Putin. 

The sites are on the so-called Sayan Sea, a giant reservoir upstream of the Sayano-Shushenskaya Dam, Russia’s biggest power plant, on the 3,445-mile-long Yenisei River. 

The reservoir covers 240 square miles but in summer the water level falls some 50ft, with 110 burials appearing on an island in the reservoir at Ala-Tey site. 

Another Atlantis site called Terezin has at least 32 graves and is closer to the shore.

Other burials  from the long-ago Bronze Age and the Genghis Khan, less than one thousand years ago, are also here.

“This site is a scientific sensation”, said Dr Marina Kilunovskaya from the St Petersburg Institute of Material History Culture, who leads the Tuva Archeological Expedition. 

“We are incredibly lucky to have found these burials of rich Hun nomads that were not disturbed by grave robbers.”

Both the fashionista mummies “were found with fragments of leather, threads and a spindle which could have carried a special role in Huns society,”  Dr Kilunovskaya told The Siberian Times.

“Huns cherished women.