Pyramid of the Sun

Mexico’s Amazing Pyramid

BY FRANK JOSEPH

“There are in Mexico the ruins of a prehistoric sacred city (Teotihuacan) which apparently in that country had the significance that Mecca possesses for Moslems, or Lourdes for Catholics.”—Mid-20th Century Atlantologist, Alexander Braghine Thirty three miles north of Mexico City lies the grandest archaeological zone on the continent, Teotihuacan. At the zenith of its power, believed to be about fourteen centuries ago, the ancient megalopolis may have embraced as many as 300,000 inhabitants, who dominated Middle America to a greater extent than any people before…

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Major Exhibit Compares Ancient Mexico & Egypt In Atlantis Rising’s cover story for issue #65 researcher Frank Joseph wrote about the astonishing resemblance be­tween the cultures of ancient Egypt and ancient Mexico (“Mexico’s Amazing Pyramids”). Now a major archaeological exhibit in Monterrey, Mexico, is making the same point, and the correspondences between the two cultures are called “uncanny” by Reuters. In what is dubbed the “world’s largest temporary archaeological showcase,” the display in Monterrey devotes over 35,000 square feet to the shared features of the…

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The Stones of the Ancients

BY WILLIAM B. STOECKER

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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The Lost World of Egypt’s Abu Ghurob

BY WILLIAM HENRY

About a 20-minute drive from the Great Pyramid, and visible from the Giza Plateau on a clear day, is one of Egypt’s greatest treasures from antiquity, and one of the most extraordinary places on our planet. Abu Ghurob is a closed-to-the-public archaeological site in the pyramid fields that run alongside the Nile south of Cairo. Egyptologists quaintly refer to it as a ‘sun temple’, a ‘burial center’ or ‘funerary complex’ for a new cult of Ra (they usually use these terms when the actual function…

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Romans in America?

By Frank Joseph

Although mainstream archaeologists dismiss any suggestion of overseas’ visitors to America from the Old World be­fore Christopher Columbus, they were hard put to explain away the discovery this year alone of no less than nineteen ancient Roman coins at two separate locations in Kentucky. Almost immediately after the first modern Europeans arrived on the shores of our continent, they began picking up such anomalous loose change from newly plowed farmers’ fields or near river banks. According to U.S. archaeolo­gist, Gunnar Thompson, Ph.D., in his encyclopedic…

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Hidden in Plain Sight

BY WILLIAM B. STOECKER

Would we recognize the ruins of a forgotten indigenous human civilization or the evidence of an advanced technolo­gy here on Earth if we found it? Can we even define “civilization”? Suppose a technology was not like ours, on the same line of development and perhaps less advanced than ours or more advanced, but on a completely different path? Suppose machines were made of stone rather than metal and designed to harness the chi, or kundalini force (it has many names) the very existence of which…

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