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Four human Aspects. Why do contemporaries know nothing about those?

  • 02.02.2016
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    Continuing examination of the human energy structure (see our first article on the subject), for general understanding and integrated perception let’s go into details regarding the four human Aspects as the invisible integral components of a human being. It is very strange that contemporary people, having progressed in scientific and technical achievements over the last century, and having boundlessly expanded the field of informational exchange on the planet Earth owing to television and internet, currently have no idea of the four aspects present in the human structure. In this article we shall analyse the discovered information, particularly artefacts, and prove that our ancestors possessed a tremendous store of spiritual knowledge, being well aware of the pyramidal human structure on the sides of which there are rational energy and information structures called the Aspects.

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What destroyed Mohenjo Daro?

  • 06.03.2016
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Mohenjo Daro (literally the Mound of the Dead Men) was a city in the ancient Indus Valley Civilization that emerged around 2600 BC. A relevant archaeological site is located in the current province of Sindh, Pakistan. It’s the largest ancient city of the Indus Valley Civilization, and one of the world’s earliest urban settlements in the history of South Asia, contemporaneous to the civilizations of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. Archaeologists first attended Mohenjo Daro in 1911. Regular excavations were carried out between 1922 and 1931. John Marshall who was in charge of the British expedition noted the “identity” of Mohenjo Daro finds with those from Harappa discovered 400 km upstream the Indus River. Later major series of excavations were conducted in 1950 and 1964, but the American expedition activity in 1964-1965 was terminated due to weathering damage to the exposed structures. In 1980 Mohenjo Daro was designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mohenjo Daro perimeter reaches five kilometres. The city area is divided into blocks (“islands”) of the same size (384 metres from the north to the south and 228 metres from the west to the east). Each block is in turn “cut” by straight or curved streets.

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The AllatRa sign. A circle and a crescent. Analytical research

  • 19.04.2016
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In view of the recent events relating to some people’s concern about the emergence of a peculiar sign – a circle and a crescent (under the circle) – in the streets of Slavic cities (though for justice’ sake let’s note the sign first appeared on city billboards a couple of years ago and has always been there since that time as this post vividly demonstrates), we would still like to carry out an impartial analytical research of the nature of this phenomenal image, its origin, meaning and informational content. By the way, our intention to look into the issue in more detail appeared quite a while ago, but we have been postponing this work due to its complexity, because any more or less serious research first and foremost presupposes collection and analysis of a considerable stratum of information, which takes a lot of time and effort. Yet, now such material has become very topical, and so I’ll do my best to put down certain interesting points.

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Angkor Wat. New unique photographs!

  • 29.03.2016
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    And the great Angkor again! After publication of the sensational article The revealed secrets of Angkor and Giza plateau – the pendulum of Orion and Dragon we continued the subject in Angkor Wat. Architecture, frescoes and sacral numbers 7 and 72, while in this new article we present a unique opportunity for our readers to look into the mysterious and marvellous world of Angkor Wat ancient architecture, to peer at mythology images and intricate scenes depicted on frescoes and bas-relief friezes of the truly unique and one of the largest ever created temple complexes, the construction of which was taking place for over three hundred years. Those people who have already familiarized themselves with the Primordial Knowledge brought to the world by Bodhisattva Rigden Djappo will certainly have an advantage over ordinary viewers, since, looking at the images in the light of the Knowledge, they will be able to “read” and decipher certain sacral motives and symbols graven in stone for ages. We’ve especially numbered the images for those who will wish to share their opinions and interpretations in the comment section. For such people the matchless scope of the Angkor Wat idea is, first and foremost, an indicator of the very high level of Khmer people’s spiritual culture and proximity to God. And for all the rest it will be apparently a mere exotic rarity and implementation of somebody’s megalomania. Well, everyone errs to the extent of their ignorance.

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Great Mothers of the World and Goddesses of Mankind

  • 23.07.2016
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    Having “accidentally” discovered an online collection of images of archaeological artefacts (statuettes and sculptures) devoted to female deities – Mothers of the World, we experienced another culture shock. Based on the primary source it can be concluded the materials were collected by Kulturologia.ru project to whom we express our sincere gratitude. They have brought together an enormous number of facts confirming that in all times, starting from deep antiquity and almost until today, famous and honoured women and female images (also called goddesses) were depicted in various cultures, civilizations and ages, in particular erected of stone, wood or plaster, in frescoes, paintings or bas-reliefs.

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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 I: The lateral animal Aspects in a human being

  • 19.10.2016
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The Permian Animal Style includes shaman images, Chud amulets and cult casts – bronze artworks of the 7th century BC – 12th century AD, discovered in the forest and tundra area of Northeast Europe and West Siberia, from the Kama-Vyatka river basin to the Yenisei-Ob watershed. The found animal-style items created by the ancients are now kept in numerous private collections, antique shops, art galleries, and state history museums including the HermitageMuseum in St. Petersburg.

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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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Signs all over the world. Museums of Siberia and the Far East

  • 28.10.2016
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Recently my friends and I, inspired by the knowledge given in the AllatRa book, decided to go on a museum tour across our region in order to receive evidence that the signs and symbols indicated in ALLATRA and other books by Anastasia Novykh are indeed present all over the world.

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The Pyramid Code: Episode 4 – The Empowered Human

  • 30.12.2016
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The Pyramid Code: Episode 4 – The Empowered Human

  • Ascending and descending ages.
  • Matriarchy and patriarchy.
  • Artefacts that show the high status of women in Ancient Egypt.
  • Evidence of the equality of sexes.
  • Mother Goddess in religious symbols of Ancient Egypt.
  • Cerebral hemispheres, the masculine and the feminine.
  • Two left hands in ancient Egyptian art.
  • Balance between the sacred feminine and the sacred masculine.
  • The winged disc over the entrance to Egyptian temples.
  • Chakras and glands.
  • The sanctity of child-bearing.
  • Sacred geometry of the Luxor Temple. The pineal gland and its reflection in the temple design.
  • Lotus and papyrus.
  • Depiction of half-animals and half-humans in ancient Egyptian art.
  • Amazonian shamans and Ayawaska.
  • The blue lotus and mandrake tincture.
  • The scarab and the brain. Ancient knowledge of the subconscious mind.
  • 360 senses.

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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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The Jug meditation, or How to learn to control one’s thoughts

  • 20.03.2017
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Today, let me supplement the Practices and meditations section with information on the Jug meditation described in Sensei of Shambala – Book I by Anastasia Novykh. As I understand, the purpose of this meditation is to learn to balance and purify one’s emotional state, as well as to control one’s thoughts. Moreover, it is said that this meditation helps to improve physical health. The technique is very simple and effective – suffice it not to be lazy to practice it.

First let’s refer to the primary source, then to images and video...

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Göbekli Tepe: what the Potbelly Hill keeps mum about. A history and astronomy research

  • 13.07.2017
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Göbekli Tepe: what the Potbelly Hill keeps mum about

(a history and astronomy research) 

  1. History of discovery
  2. Cult site of ancient hunters
  3. The oldest temple (of all known)
  4. Observatory
  5. Pillar 43: a stone chronicle
  6. Observations by the Point of View analyst team
  7. An opinion on Göbekli Tepe artefacts in the light of the Primordial Knowledge
  8. Afterword
  9. Major sources

  

“Before referring to materials on Göbekli Tepe, we need to understand we deal here with a rather advanced culture maintained by our ancestors in the 10th millennium BC.”

Klaus Schmidt. Sie bauten die ersten Tempel. Das rätselhafte Heiligtum der Steinzeitjäger

 

History of discovery

 

Göbekli Tepe (“Potbelly Hill” in Turkish) is a temple complex located on the Armenian Plateau in upper reaches of Euphrates, 8 kilometres away from present-day Şanlıurfa (the city which in antique times was called by the Greek name Edessa), in the south-eastern part of Turkey. As of today, it is the oldest megalithic structure in the world.     

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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
  • The coming cataclysms. Relations between people. Revival of humaneness

    10.07.2016

  • Illusion and the Way

    25.07.2016

  • LIFE

    31.07.2016

Project Aim

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