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A real story of how discovered artefacts are replaced. Excavations in San Bartolo, Guatemala

  • 25.08.2016
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This extremely interesting and captivating story was written by an extraordinary man, traveller and talented photographer Vladimir Alekseev after his courageous journey to Guatemala and Mexico in spring 2014 with an intention to photograph and provide the general public with materials on the three unusual places, inaccessible for people without special permits: San Bartolo (where the oldest Mayan frescoes were found, disproving certain dogmata of historians as to the Pre-Classical Age), Xultún (the so-called Scribe House with a new calendar drawn on the walls and depicting the period after the widely promoted 21 December 2012) in Guatemala, and Calakmul (the frieze and frescoes depicting scenes of ordinary people’s life) in Mexico. 

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The secret of the Permian Animal Style has been uncovered. Part III: Comparative analysis and conclusions

  • 27.10.2016
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We are going on with publication of the Permian Animal Style artefacts, having sorted them by categories we are interested in and having added corresponding explanations to shed light upon the mystery of strange motifs in shaman images, Chud amulets and bronze cult casts. Let me remind of the links to the previous articles of the series:

In the final material dedicated to the Permian Animal Style I will first spilt the image collection into three sections: Three-Faced Beings, Birdman, and Hands on the Belly, then I’ll add several images of “sacred bugs”, and in the end there will be a brief comparative analysis based on photos of artefacts from other ancient cultures, published on our website earlier.

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The Maldives from an archaeological perspective

  • 21.02.2017
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I would like to tell you about a wonderful place on our planet – the Maldives, but not in terms of tourist attractions. Let us look at this paradisiacal corner of the world from an archaeological perspective, certainly with due regard for the Primordial Knowledge.

Wikipedia note: The Republic of Maldives is located in the equatorial waters of the Indian Ocean, approximately 700 km to the southwest of Sri Lanka. It’s a chain of 20 atolls consisting of 1,192 coral islands. The country population is 402,071 people, including 338,434 citizens and 63,637 non-citizens (results of the population census of 20 September 2014). The major religion is Islam.

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The Cucuteni-Trypillian civilization: anthropomorphic plastic art and its sacral meaning

  • 07.03.2017
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This article contains brief review and analysis of Trypillian anthropomorphic plastic art (hereinafter referred to as TAPA) or, in other words, anthropomorphic items made of burnt clay and associated with Cucuteni-Trypillian archaeological culture. The term anthropomorphic originates from the Greek word anthropomorphos and means “having a human or humanoid image”.

The purpose of this work is to familiarize readers with the aforesaid original culture, as well as to thoroughly extend knowledge of such a unique cultural phenomenon as TAPA. For this we shall analyse it not only from the viewpoint of mainstream science, but also from the perspective of sacral knowledge about the human nature as presented in the books by Anastasia Novykh.

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Pyramids of the world: Part 2. Crimea

  • 08.06.2017
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In 1926, Felix Dzerzhinsky issued an order to carry out the second expedition of such kind, aimed at unravelling the secrets of Crimea. The expedition was entrusted to Alexander Barchenko and the Neuroenergy Laboratory he headed. Some extant data reveal the place of studies to us – it is the South Coast of the Crimean Peninsula, the area of Bakhchysarai, where very old “underground cities” have remained, whereas the expedition goal was to examine remains of ancient civilisations, as well as the knowledge left by those civilisations on control and management of energy and human consciousness.

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What did Gods carry in their “handbags”?

  • 17.07.2017
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In earlier publications on our website you could have seen numerous images of mythological divine beings carrying peculiar “handbags” in their hands. Unfortunately, neither legends nor myths contain specific information about them, although we did manage to find some. There were surely relevant explanations in the past, but humanity has lost understanding, so today we are hardly able to answer the following question with confidence: “What do Gods carry in “handbags?” Why were there so many identical or very similar symbolic elements in various historical epochs on different continents? Well, many people might ask whether such riddles should be solved at all when everything rises in price, when climatic conditions deteriorate and the world approaches a brink of the third global war. As for me, I believe they should be.

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Consciousness and Personality.
From the inevitably dead
to the eternally alive
  • <small>Consciousness and Personality. <br/>From the inevitably dead <br/>to the eternally alive</small>

    02.08.2017

The Truth is One for Everybody
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    10.07.2016

  • Illusion and the Way

    25.07.2016

  • LIFE

    31.07.2016

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