Cinnabar and Mercury in Archeology

Cinnabar and Mercury in Archeology The chemical element mercury is a shiny metallic liquid. Its chemical symbol Hg is derived from the Greek word hydrargyrum, meaning “liquid silver,” or “quick silver”. Mercury is found principally in the form of the ore cinnabar (mercury sulfide), which has a chemical composition of HgS. In Alchemy the holy trinity…

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Robert Bauval Riffs on a Quantum Multiverse

Robert Bauval

MULTIVERSE IN PROGRESS Robert Bauval has been focused on writing a new book as of late, which includes a fascinating new framework for investigating the ancient past.  In our latest conversation, he explained the importance of acknowledging the notion of a multiverse.  Robert also reminds us that an evolving understanding of science is necessary in…

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Graham Hancock vs Erich vonDaniken Debate LIVE!

THE MAIN EVENT Of all the workshops, panels, seminars and impromptu interviews with the cutting edge minds at Contact in the Desert 2016, one event featuring both Graham Hancock and Erich von Daniken was fit for the history books.  Perhaps it was the discomfort of the heat that added kerosine to the candle of bold…

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The Stargate Conspiracy I

Stargate Conspiracy

In this article, I will be delineating the rather occultic and mostly unheard of work of Lynn Picknett, an alternative history buff like Graham Hancock and other elusive authors on such intellectually taboo topics. On the back cover of her non-fiction work, that is The Stargate Conspiracy: The Truth about Extraterrestrial Life and the mysteries of…

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Is this Man-Made Sphere Evidence of a Technologically Advanced Lost Civilization in Europe? Archaeologist says “Yes”

Man-Made Sphere

Archeologist, Semir Osmanagic, claims he has discovered the world’s oldest man-made sphere in Bosnia, which proves Europe has an advanced lost civilization that utilized impressive technology more than 1,500 years ago. On the other end, a number of experts from the University of Manchester disagree and believe the boulder is not man-made. This is not Dr Osmanagic’s  first…

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The Golden Man

Golden Man

The Golden Man Much has been said about the golden ratio and golden mean of man. Many famous authors like 33rd degree Freemason Manly Hall remark on such circumstances and people relating to such loftier matters, as a continually ongoing process to consistently and constantly make the effort to perform/exhibit these higher virtuosities. Included in…

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Magi of Strandja Mountain

Magi of Strandja Mountain

Magi of Strandja Mountain Strandja Mountain Cave It’s not just the victors of wars that write the history books but it’s also the new leaders. We see evidence of this happening most famously with the first Great Emperor of China. But what if an ancient Magi leader was so smart that he decided to hide…

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Magi in Malta

Island of Malta

Magi in Malta Ancient Megalithic site on the Island of Malta Some of the mysteries on the Island of Malta include caves , chambers, Elongated Skulls, puzzling cart wheel tracks in solid rock and megalithic ruins built by Giants. Now Initiates can find here a few Magi connections that should help demystify some of the…

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Mystery School Roots

Akhenaten

Mystery School Roots The tradition of mystery schools began with a Khemitian (Egyptian) king titled Men-Kheper-Ra—Djehuti-Mesu known in Egyptology as Thutmose “III”—who ruled in the 18th dynasty during the “new kingdom” (around 1,500 BCE). His title Men-Kheper-Ra has many translations but could mean “fertility of the dawn and noon.” His other title Djehuti-Mesu means the…

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The Great Pyramid and Jesus

Jesus Pyramid

The Great Pyramid and Jesus The Master Builder=888 We will begin here with two points of reference. First, the Great Pyramid was considered a Unity and as such each of its measures can be shown to be derived from the division of this unity. Second, because of the stripping of external casing stones, and the…

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