Truth Hidden in Plain Sight: How did they know?


Copyright 2015 A. Sokolowski Do not reproduce without permission Philosophy is written in this grand book – I mean the universe — which stands continually open to our gaze. But it cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehend the language and interpret the characters in which it is written. It is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are … [Read more...]

Pyramid of Kuklulkan and Pyramid of Khufu – Astronomical Significance


Introduction It seems all pyramids around the world were designed to display important astronomical data (often related to solar and lunar cycles/calendars). Two of the best examples are the pyramid of Kukulkan(Chichen Itza, Mexico) and the pyramid of Khufu /Cheops aka Chephren (Giza, Egypt). Pyramid of Kukulcan (El Castillo) at Chichen Itza, Mexico Design and … [Read more...]

Building the Giza Pyramids – Water shaft theory


Introduction There are many theories about how the pyramids were built. One of the most outrageous theories it that aliens built the pyramids. Fortunately we have proof that the Ancient Egyptians built the pyramids. Unfortunately there are many theories about how the Egyptians built the pyramids. Here are some of the most popular ideas about how were the pyramids … [Read more...]

Sphinx is much older than the Pyramids!


Introduction   The Great Sphinx of Giza belongs to the Giza necropolis west of Cairo. The site is a plateau containing the three great pyramids of Khufu, Khafra, and Menkaura, together with the Sphinx and a number of smaller pyramids, temples, and tombs. The Great Sphinx partially excavated, ca. 1878 The Sphinx circa 1880s, by Beniamino Facchinelli. Carved out of a … [Read more...]

Ancient Knowledge: Divisions of Time


by Harry Teasdale I start from the concept that numbers are to be characterized as the means of defining a value by a symbol. Natural & Artificial Numbers Chart 1: Minus Zero = Natural Numbers = f 0 – 0 = f0    1 – 0 = f1    11 – 0 = f2    111 – 0 = f3    1111 – 0 = f4    11111 – 0 = f5    111111 – 0 = f6    1111111 – 0 = f7    11111111 – 0 = f8    … [Read more...]

Chartres Cathedral explored


By Leonard Farra Chartres Cathedral is one of the of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in France and it’s also one of the most intriguing buildings that I’ve seen. This magnificent structure rises on a granite promontory over an earlier church which was destroyed in 1194. From around 3,000 years ago, it was a Druid site, the sacred mound of the Carnuti, and … [Read more...]

Easter Island Revealed


By Leonard Farra Easter Island is a remote, triangular-shaped, treeless, island in the Pacific. It’s 14 miles long and 7 miles across, at its widest, and there is a dormant volcano at each corner. This small isolated land is 2,000 miles from the South American mainland and it’s administered by Chile. It was first discovered by Europeans when the Dutch navigator … [Read more...]

Brazil’s Mysterious Past


By Leonard Farra Brazil, the largest country in South America, borders all South American countries, other than Chile and Ecuador, and it’s the largest Portuguese speaking country in the world. It has a huge tropical forest in its Amazon Basin which is home to a diverse wildlife population. When the Europeans arrived in Central America, and Peru, they encountered advanced … [Read more...]



by DAN GREEN The karmic connection between England and Tibet started in 1888 when British troops invaded the Land of the Snows, first to flex their muscles in a power struggle involving themselves, China and Russia all wanting to take the country for its value in being a thriving trade route, also to build up an exclusive colonial influence in the region. In 1904 the British … [Read more...]



by Robert B. Baird In the following link to photos and calculations regarding Yonaguni and nearby geoglyphs I note many errors. 1. The WWII attack on the Aleutians was a fake out or feint to draw the attention of Admiral Nimitz away from the invasion of Midway and what would have followed. You can see this in the movie with Glenn Ford taking over aircraft carrier ops from … [Read more...]

The Nileometer — A peek to Antiquity


by Pauline Novak-Reich Not many manmade objects on the planet have fascinated scholars and tourists as did the Great Pyramid of Giza for thousands of years. Yet, the Nileometer, its precursor and one of three of the world’s first measuring instruments, faded into history like an unsung hero. It generated no scientific interest, scant literature and a meagre number of short … [Read more...]

The Origin of the Royal Egyptian Cubit


Something Strange Happened On The Way To The Parthenon Copyright © 2002, Ernest P. Moyer Happiness Interrupted I was strolling along, enjoying the day, minding my own business, when suddenly there dropped out of the sky a papyrus scroll, kerplop, right at my feet. More or less accustomed to these kinds of things I assumed it came from Spock who beamed it down from the … [Read more...]

My thoughts about Gobekli Tepe


By Leonard Farra When the late German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt revealed details about the incredible site he was excavating at Gobekli Tepe, it was apparent that present held beliefs about the early history of civilised man needed rethinking . The reason why this Turkish site is so important is that the oldest part dates back 12,000 years to the era that’s only associated … [Read more...]

Secrets of the Giza Pyramids – Part 3


by Charles Marcello So one day I’m looking at the pyramids and I ask myself, what would happen if I overlaid a clock… once I understood the answer I was like… no, you can make a clock say anything you want, so unless there is something deeper here no one in their right mind would accept those answer. So instead of telling what you’ll find if you overlay a clock I’m going to … [Read more...]

Stonehenge Revealed


By Leonard Farra The 5,000 year old Stonehenge monument, in Wiltshire, has fascinated scholars for centuries and tourists flock to see it from around the world. In its first phase Stonehenge consisted of a large earth circle enclosed within a 6ft high chalk wall and an outer ditch. Within the outer circle there were 56 circular holes known as the Aubrey Holes. Three hundred … [Read more...]