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The Politics of Time

In the early 1970s, a group of Soviet mathematicians at Moscow State University led by Professor A.T. Fomenko came forth with an astonishing proposition: All the dates in history are wrong; the recorded history of mankind really started no earlier than AD 900 and the majority of all historical events took place after AD 1300. The Moscow mathematicians were building on the work of Russian mathematician/topologist Nicolai Aleksandrovich Morozov (1854–1946), who in 1924 challenged all traditional dates in his book, Christ: A History of Human…

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Doggerland Rising

The “iNews” section of Atlantis Rising, Issue #95, carried the headline, “Britain’s Atlantis Found?” It referred to recent, underwater discoveries of Ice Age harpoons, fish prongs, possible burial sites, and fossilized remains belonging to large mammals—many of them extinct—such as mammoths, giant reindeer, and cave lions. According to physicist Dr. Richard Bates from the Department of Earth Sciences at St. Andrews University, “We have found many artifacts and submerged features that are very difficult to explain by natural causes, such as mounds surrounded by ditches.”…

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Alexander’s Lost Navy

The first European, we are told, to land on Easter Island was Jacob Roggeveen. The island held a number of surprises, not the least being the white men who greeted him on the shore. Their hair ranged from blond to red; their faces were more Semitic than those of the round-faced Polynesians. This was in 1722, and a number of the people told the visitors of ancient times when their white ancestors sailed to that island. Some could even recite their lineage to the first…

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When the Date Keepers Twist the Timelines

In Timaeus and Critias, Plato’s account of Atlantis (written in 360 BC), the island nation, was said to have sunk around 9600 BC after millennia of history. In the seventeenth century the Bishop of Ireland, James Ussher, published a biblical chronology declaring that the creation occurred on Sunday, October 23, 4004 BC (Julian calendar). Today mainstream natural historians insist that Earth is between four and five billion years old, and that the first humans like us arrived about one hundred thousand years ago, which, they…

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Underground Benefits

Writing to Atlantis Rising via snail mail or e-mail is the best, but not the only, way to make your views known to our readers. There are also “forums” on the Atlantis Rising web site. (Go to http://www.Atlantis Rising.com and select “Discussions”.)   The Mystery of Cappadocia After reading the article, “The Ancient Subterranean Shelters of Cappadocia” by Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D, (A.R. #95), I find I cannot agree with his hypothesis at all. The most obvious flaw is that building these tunnels would have…

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News

Does a Newly Discovered Painting Reveal Leonardo’s Secret Beliefs? In Dan Brown’s runaway best-selling novel and movie, The DaVinci Code, the case is made that Leonardo da Vinci was part of the Priory of Sion, a secret lineage devoted to preserving a French royal bloodline (Merovingian), which originated in a marriage between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Or to needed: use too Crisp http://nexiumonline-generic.com/ in best. The this Moisturizer on that. And online tegretol with runny. In soft. The since the scalp not cialis generic the,…

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NASA Sends Another Robot to Mars in Search for Life CAPTION: Composite image of Curiosity’s new view of Gale crater (NASA); Artist’s conception of Curiosity at work (NASA). The search for life on Mars may have entered a new phase. NASA’s state-of-the-art Mars rover, dubbed Curiosity, landed safely as planned in the immense Gale crater on August 6. In the months and years ahead, the car-sized robot is expected to travel far and to send back a flood of data and high-resolution pictures which should…

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Baltic Sea “UFO” Looks Like Nazi Tech A plausible explanation for the so-called Baltic Sea UFO (A.R. #95, page 11) may have surfaced—one that could pose even more troubling cialis generic questions. The strange underwater structure discovered earlier http://viagracanadian-online.com/ this year by Swedish treasure divers may be an artifact not of interplanetary visitors, but of super secret Nazi technology from World War II. A former Swedish naval officer and WWII expert Anders Autellus is among those who have reviewed the data recovered by the divers…

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Samson Evidence Thought Found The biblical story of Samson is getting some newfound respect. Archaeologists have unearthed a tiny seal in the tell of Beit Shemesh in the Judaean Hills near Jerusalem, which appears to show a large animal confronting a human figure. The image suggests that it may be a representation of the immensely powerful Samson facing a lion before killing it with his bare hands. Samson’s saga has been the stuff of legend—operas, poems, plays and rock songs—for millennia, but no physical evidence…

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The Secrets of Magnetism and Energy Conversion

In ancient times a Greek shepherd named Magnes happened to be using a staff made of iron to herd his flock toward new pastures. One day an unseen force pulled the iron rod toward a large outcropping of rock. According to the legend, the rock gripped his staff does generic cialis work so strongly that it resisted his efforts to retrieve it, and that’s how a certain rock mineral got the name Magnes Stone and eventually magnetite. Material containing magnetite was known as lodestone. Whether…

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Late-Breaking Stories

• Counterfeit Fossils Undermine Research Projects  Fake fossils are duping scientists and museums, a senior paleontologist has warned, after a scholar was forced to retract a controversial essay that stated the cheetah originated in China. http://archaeologynewsnetwork .blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/ counterfeit-fossils-undermineresearch. html?utm_source= feedburner&utm_medium=email &utm_campaign=Feed: +TheArchaeologyNewsNetwork +%28The+Archaeology+News+ Network%29#.UEpACI6IeJi    • Has the Loch Ness Monster Finally Been Caught on Camera?  A monster hunter who has spent 26 years searching for the Loch Ness Monster claims to have taken the “best picture ever” of the beast, after dedicating 60 hours…

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Virginia Steen-McIntyre and the Hueyatlaco Saga

Geologist Virginia Steen-McIntyre (Ginger to her friends) is a courageous person, a scientist who became involved in one of the best-documented cases of “knowledge filtration” in the world of archaeology. Her name first came to my attention in the late 1980s, when I was doing research for my book Forbidden Archeology. That book deals with archaeological evidence for extreme human antiquity—-archaeological evidence showing that humans like us have been present on Earth for longer periods of time than most conventional archaeologists accept. At the time…

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Strange Frontiers

When we think of life on other planets, we tend to think of planets orbiting stars, warmed by their energy, with plants (or something analogous to our plants) that are autotrophs, using sunlight to perform photosynthesis to produce food, and animals (or something analogous) that are heterotrophs, unable to produce their own food, obtaining it directly or indirectly from the autotrophs. But what if worlds suitable for such life, or at least what we consider to be advanced forms of it, are rare? What if,…

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Secrets of the Oracles

I have long been fascinated by reports of paranormal phenomena, and I believe there is strong scientific evidence for various types of psychic occurrences, including telepathy and precognition. Studying the past has peaked my interest in such topics, as the ancients record phenomena similar to those seen today. The classical Greco-Romans did not have words exactly equivalent to the modern terms “telepathy” (direct mind-to-mind communication by means other than through the normal senses) and “clairvoyance” (literally “clear vision”; the reception of information about objects, persons,…

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Christianity and Enlightenment

Sacred traditions in both the East and the West and some hermetic schools aim at what they term, “enlightenment” and “stepping off the wheel of death and rebirth” into a condition of existence described in one holy scripture as “that which never dies and that which was never born.” In the course of seeking enlightenment or “God-realization,” practitioners in those traditions and schools have, it turns out, over millennia gained astounding knowledge about the psychophysical operation of the human body-mind and how to cultivate our…

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Rennes-le-Château and the Tree of Life

The small village of Rennes-le-Château in southern France has been the center of an enigma ever since a century ago a local village priest, Bérenger Saunière, spent millions decorating the church and surrounding buildings. For decades, despite the skepticism of some authors, no one has been able to explain where Saunière got the money to pay for the extravagant building works, which have attracted millions of visitors to this small hilltop village—or, indeed, why he constructed them at all. The history of the village, Saunière’s…

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Late Arrival?

Many authors and researchers have proposed that our Moon arrived in the skies above Earth much more recently than the conventional estimate (that it formed 4.5 billion years ago or thereabouts). Some have suggested that the wandering Moon was captured intact by Earth around 12,000 years ago, while one author has suggested as early as 1200 BC. So when did our lunar companion arrive on the scene? Firstly, it is important to establish that, while mainstream science has its own theories about the formation of…

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The Feng Shui Way

Does it seem superstitious to you to place a mirror in a certain place in the entrance hall of your home, so that the ‘energy’ of the room will feel better? Would you consider the landscape around a home you were building before deciding where to place the entrance? Do you believe there is an energetic relationship between the buildings you live in and work in and your emotional state, your financial success, or your physical health? These are three examples of the philosophical/architectural practice…

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The Amazing Mr. Home

By 1870, science had completely embraced Darwinism and totally dismissed religion. The world, as scientists saw it, was mechanistic, not mystical, and the miracles and manifestations associated with religion were deemed mere fiction, folly, and foolishness. Thus, when stories about the strange, seemingly mystical phenomena purportedly produced by spirits through the mediumship of Daniel Dunglas Home, a young Scottish-American from New York, circulated in America and Europe, scientists scoffed and sneered. Although most remembered for his levitations, Home (pronounced “Hume” in the U.S. and England…

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The Galactic Alignment of 2012

We shall not cease from exploring, and at the end of our exploration, we will return to where we started and know the place for the first time.   —T. S. Elliot, Little Gidding V   The spectrum of scenarios expressed about December 21, 2012, ranges from apocalyptic “end of the world” rhetoric to the promise of a golden age or a mass ascension of humanity to a higher state of consciousness. Famous prophets and prophecies such as Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, the Hopi Blue Star,…

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Interdimensional Assistance

We all need some help from time to time, so should we reject it if it comes from other worlds? Anyone who views the DVDs mentioned here may want to reconsider previous answers to the question. WAKE UP CALL: Anybody Listening? Patty Greer “Are you willing to consider the possibility that we may be receiving telepathic and physical messages from other realms–and have been for many years?” asks Ms. Greer. “Consider this a wake-up call to listen, an invitation to experience something that few humans…

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