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Pyramids: the mystery that may be finally unravelled!

  • 18.02.2016
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I suspected that once I start digging out information on pyramids my attention would plunge and sink in megatons of research data, as well as versions, assumptions and fantasies. It took me only a week to find relevant materials on the web, as distinct from heroic scientists who are racking their brains over this mystery for years and even decades. I’m gladly giving a link to a forum where plenty of information is accumulated, with sincere gratitude for the effort of those interested people. While trying to unravel the millennia-old mystery of the man-made stone structures, inquisitive minds invented numerous concepts and ideas, and the regrettable outcome of their failure to unravel the secret, in my opinion, is another evidence that our civilization, moving along the way of consumer development and relying on the “visible matter”, has lost its main treasure – the knowledge which our remote ancestors (who were not as wild as somebody endeavours to persuade us) used to possess. Finally, it proves once again that humanity is moving towards its inevitable decline.

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New evidence of the probable global disaster

  • 10.04.2016
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In this article we continue with the topic discussed in The revealed secrets of Angkor and Giza plateau – the pendulum of Orion and Draco. Apocalypse now? Last time I considered only one source – books by Graham Hancock, while in this material I will consider works by various authors where the cataclysm theory and past climate changes are mentioned. At that, let me start with perhaps the most interesting source – Sensei of Shambala (Book IV) by Anastasia Novykh.

 "Twenty thousand years ago, when a larger part of Europe was covered with ice shelves, North Africa was a rather flourishing earthly paradise. Once the ice went away and climate turned drier, periods of droughts set in. But we won’t talk about that now. If we look from the outer space at the geographical region of the northeast African continent, we can see a beautiful blossoming out flower of a blue lotus amidst the desert sands, which is shaped by the Nile river (by the way, if someone doesn’t know yet, it’s the longest river in the world today). Due to its broad triangle and bowl-shaped delta flowing into the Mediterranean Sea, petal-shaped veins of rivers in the region of the delta itself as well as the long serpentine band of the river, the Nile resembles a blossoming out flower of lotus on a long stalk. Whereas twelve and a half thousand years ago, owing to the coastal line of this delta, the resemblance with petals of the lotus flower was perfect. At that time Shambala or, to be more precise, the Shambala Threshold was situated almost at the “flower base”. Its previous location was on the side of a magnificent lake in the place where the Black Sea waters lap nowadays; and the next location was already in the mountains of Belovodye where the Shambala Threshold is situated to this day."

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Five points of the Star. Hypotheses in addition to Star. The Golden Ratio series

  • 19.07.2016
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It seems to us the veil has been lifted from many secrets owing to the recently published series of resonant articles Star. The Golden Ratio. We started to search for clues to puzzles and decided to follow a natural and gradual way, not jumping over steps, but going like a child: step one, step two, step three... collecting and referring to interesting facts and building hypotheses. Today we shall make our first step on which we’ll elucidate information about the five points of the Star “drawn” (see map below) in the final article of the aforesaid series, entitled A new look at an old design. Jim Alison’s lines, and this is from where we will depart. This is our first hypothesis-drawing attempt, and nobody knows what we’ll eventually arrive at. We kindly invite everyone to join discussions and share opinions. Perhaps, our joint efforts will take us somewhere. As a matter of fact, joint efforts is our great advantage, so let’s delve into the subject together in order to prevent any possible attempts to claim ownership of information and hypotheses presented herein.

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In quest of... North America of the 11th century... Indian tribes, Cahokia and Fort Ancient. Part Two

  • 26.08.2016
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This material was not planned, but emerged unexpectedly as an addition to the article dedicated to Quetzalcoatl (Part One of the In quest of… series), who reached the shore of Yucatán Peninsula in the 10-11th century and gave spiritual knowledge, culture and flourishing to Toltec tribes. As you remember, in the said article I endeavoured to find traces of the Primordial Knowledge on the ruins of extinct Native American civilizations, and I intend to continue this work herein.

To avoid unnecessary long prefaces, let me proceed to the main point and say that several days after the previous publication I got a short e-mail message referring to North American Iroquois tribes, which have been living for a long time and still live in a cultivated environment in the current US territory. Several images were attached to the message.

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Keeper of Genesis. Part III. The First Time. The Last Time

  • 20.11.2016
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‘Underlying all Egyptian speculation’, as R. T. Rundle Clark has observed, ‘is the belief that time is composed of recurrent cycles which are divinely appointed ...’ There is furthermore a governing moment amongst all these cycles and epochs – the ‘genesis event’ that the Egyptians called Zep Tepi, the ‘First Time’. (Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval. THE MESSAGE OF THE SPHINX, or KEEPER OF GENESIS)

‘Many believe the Pyramid Age is the time when Giza pyramids were created, the time of a single special dynasty or group of pharaohs. However, the plan was much more grandiose and was not limited to the Fourth Dynasty’s creations. There are plenty of evidence leading to conclusion that there was a single great plan ‘to freeze the time’ in stone or in other words to make stones ‘tell’ about the ‘First Time’.’ (Robert Bauval. The Orion Mystery: Unlocking the Secrets of the Pyramids)

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Pyramids: collecting information, creating a general database

  • 16.05.2017
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Our ship keeps moving forward. There is an interesting suggestion to collect information on ancient cult structures, in particular on pyramids located on different continents and islands of the Earth. Perhaps, by means of such a database we or our followers will manage to unravel the riddle of the star map repeatedly mentioned in Sensei of Shambala – Book IV.

 

This is an open door club – everyone who desires is welcome to join.

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Pyramids of the world: Part 1. Egypt. The Orion constellation

  • 01.06.2017
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Part 1: Egyptian pyramids

Brief descriptions are mostly taken from http://www.geolines.ru/eng.

 

There is also a remarkable link to the Lepsius list of pyramids (https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Lepsius_list_of_pyramids), where a great number of smaller and ruined pyramids are collected. This is, so to say, just in case somebody needs more information. After all, main information sources pay attention to the most significant complexes only.

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Pyramids of the world: Egypt (continued). Maps composed by Karl Lepsius

  • 01.06.2017
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This is an addition to the article Pyramids of the world: Part 1. Egypt. The Orion constellation, regarding the “star map”.

 

The extraordinary Wikiwand, full of interesting information, has pleased with the Lepsius list of pyramids. Karl Lepsius was a prominent Prussian archaeologist who visited Egypt in 1842 and composed a list of all the monuments of ancient architecture that he saw on his trip. Below there are maps drawn by Lepsius where relevant Egyptian pyramids are marked, and here is the list itself with information on the pyramids: https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Lepsius_list_of_pyramids.

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In quest of... The 11th century. Indoсhina (Khmer Empire, Pagan, China). Part Six

  • 05.06.2017
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Let’s continue our journey to the 11th century. As you remember, in the previous articles, relying on the official history, we found traces of a powerful spiritual and cultural upsurge in the territory of North, Central and South America, then on the islands of Polynesia, Bali and other Indonesian islands. We kindly recommend everyone to familiarize themselves with the earlier articles of the In quest of... 

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Dolmens. Part 1: general description, classification, history of studies

  • 11.06.2017
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For the first time I heard about dolmens four years ago when a friend of mine came back from Anapa, where he had spent vacation at his parents’ house, and brought me a little souvenir – a box made of flat pebbles with a round aperture on one side. After his brief story I got an impression that in the past such structures had been used in a totally different way than people think nowadays (at that time I was not yet familiar with the wonderful books by Anastasia Novykh). Time went by, and my second “meeting” with dolmens took place when I was reading Ezoosmos. Visually I could already imagine how dolmens looked. I wanted to study the issue at length, but thousands of reasons interfered as usual and prevented me from looking into it. Hopefully, now by common efforts we will be able to maintain a more or less appropriate introductory material.

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Consciousness and Personality.
From the inevitably dead
to the eternally alive
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    02.08.2017

The Truth is One for Everybody
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    10.07.2016

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    25.07.2016

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    31.07.2016

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