Ancient Mysteries

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Electromagnetism & The Ancients

It’s been suggested, at various times, that ancient humans had knowledge and use of unseen powers, forces and ener­gy fields. Could these unseen forces and fields consist of electromagnetic frequency waves and particle fields that make up the EM Spectrum? This is not a simple question to answer. What evidence exists, and what kind of evidence may come to light, to support such a claim? There is no question that as it has always existed, the EM Spectrum is a naturally occurring part of our…

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Egypt’s Animated Statues

The religious and history books of Egypt are filled with allusions to magical operations and ceremonies that are almost impossible to believe today, and one is the claim that initiated temple priests possessed a special knowledge that could make stone statues move and talk. Egyptians believed that every object, animate or inanimate, could be made to obey the will of men who possessed a thorough knowledge of a series of variant spells and the ‘words of power’ necessary to achieve this end. In this way,…

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Easter Island’s Astonishing Antiquity

While Easter Island is thought to have been first discovered and inhabited by Polynesians (probably coming from the Marquesas Islands, north of Tahiti), around AD 300, it is believed by most mainstream archaeologists that the time of the excavation and movement of the statues was between AD 1100 and 1680. This is based on radio-carbon dating of wood, bone, and shell found buried in and around the statues and the quarry of Rano Raraku. However, we do not know how deeply these objects were buried….

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Hall of Records Coverup?

In Atlantis Rising, (March 2010) Philip Coppens described rumors of secret passageways under the Giza Plateau in­cluding brief details of an illegal excavation that occurred in September 2009. The illegal excavation was apparently a search for Edgar Cayce’s Egyptian Hall of Records. Until researcher Bill Brown asked me for assistance in arranging a meeting with John Van Auken, Director of the Association For Research & Enlightenment (ARE), I was not aware of the details. Oddly, only a few days before Brown’s request, he sent an…

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The Fate of the Watchers

The Genesis Secret by Thomas Knox (HarperCollins, 2009, and see also the website http://thegenesissecret .com) is a novel centered around the discovery in southeast Turkey of the proto-Neolithic megalithic complex of Gobekli Tepe, constructed ca. 10,000 BC by an unknown race of people at the end of the last Ice Age. Thomas Knox is the nom-de-plume of British journalist Sean Thomas, who first contacted me back in 2007. He had become interested in Gobekli Tepe, which I’d written about extensively since visiting there and nearby…

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Was the Ark Electrical?

Why are illustrations showing the Ark or Arc of the Covenant with facing angels, as in the movie “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” bogus? The answer can be found in the Old Testament. In Exodus 20:4, the second of the Ten Commandments declares, “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water below.” Also, Deuteronomy 27: 15 warns, “Cursed be the man…

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The Stones of the Ancients

A number of writers and researchers have suspected for years that the Great Pyramid at Giza and other ancient struc­tures around the world may actually be machines, representing a technology so foreign to our own that most people do not recognize it. The Great Pyramid is constructed with uncanny precision and has ascending and descending pas­sages, a bizarrely shaped “Grand Gallery,” a “King’s Chamber” containing a “sarcophagus” with no body, and a “Queen’s Chamber.” At least four shafts lead from the chambers, and engineer Rudolf…

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Mysterious Missionaries

There are some among us who believe those “very ancient times” were actually long before the Neolithic. Mu’s best cities, in the opinion of James Churchward, were “built at or near the mouths of great rivers, these being the seats of trade and commerce, from which ships passed to and from all parts of the world” (Churchward, The Lost Contient of Mu., p. 26). In fact, he was told by Caroline Islanders that the first men “had very large boats in which they sailed all…

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The Otherworld in the Andes

Sixteenth-century chroniclers taking the road from Cuzco to Puno, on the western shore of Lake Titicaca, were amazed by the plethora of unusual round, stone towers perched on the edge of a mesa in a rural location called Silustani. These chullpas were constructed from small, ill-fitted river rocks and contained the preserved bodies of Inca nobles. But there were other towers nearby and of a very, very different character—tall and tapering and built with massive curved stones, fitted together tongue-and-groove style, without mortar, so tightly…

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Return of the Crystal Skulls

In 1996, a prominent Argentine anthropologist traveling through China acquired a most remarkable object. Carved from opaque crystal, it is the 6-pound representation of a human skull, 5 inches wide, 5.5 inches tall, and 7 inches long. A professor on the faculty at the Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Dr. Gustavo A. Martínez was a world-class specialist in Neolithic cultures. Only his stellar academic credentials allowed him to purchase the quartz artwork and leave the self-styled Peoples Republic with it,…

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