Author Archive: Merchant of the Agora

Synthwave Album Review: Auragraph – Memory Tracer

Sunday, April 19th, 2020 by Merchant of the Agora

Synthwave Album Review: Auragraph – Memory Tracer

From the City of Angels… Comes AURAGRAPH with his debut album “Memory Tracer”. Auragraph takes you on a journey through the 80s with vintage synthesizers and a dose of nostalgia. The album will be available on physical and digital format at Hiraeth Records on April 17th!

Read the rest of this entry »

Cult Of The Dead Cow: The 1990s Bank Fraud Scam Guide

Monday, May 20th, 2019 by Merchant of the Agora

How The Bank Fraud Scam Works    

This file will not deal with conventional “check-bouncing.”  There are a number of files available on this subject, and it’s really all been said before.  Before we get into the heart of this scam, however, I would like to clear up one area that seems to have been neglected or erroneously addressed in other checking g-philes.

Read the rest of this entry »

A History of The US Dictatorship Placing Individual Rights at Risk

Saturday, April 28th, 2018 by Merchant of the Agora

By Mike Blair

Exclusive to The SPOTLIGHT

Washington, DC — During the Persian Gulf war and the military buildup leading to it, President George Bush began using the term “New World Order,” often suggesting that the commitment of so-called multinational forces involved in the military effort was the beginning of this alleged worldwide utopia.

Read the rest of this entry »

Ultimate Peer-Reviewed Scientific Evidence That GMO’s are Deadly to Humans

Sunday, December 24th, 2017 by Merchant of the Agora

“GM Crop Production is Lowering US Yields and Increasing Pesticide Use…There is no reason GM foods should be approved safe for consumption, we just don’t know enough about them. We could easily feed the planet through organic, GMO-free methods, so there is absolutely no reason we need GM foods around… the current approval of glyphosate and Roundup is deeply flawed and unreliable…Because humans that’ve been exposed to glyphosate have a drop in amino acid tryptophan levels, they do not have the necessary active signalling of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which is associated with weight gain, depression and Alzheimer’s disease. “
Read the rest of this entry »