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Why didn’t the Pharisees recognise Jesus Christ?

  • 02.10.2015
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Today many people use the internet to collect information of their interest, and we are no exception. Recently I have found a list of questions relating to our subject, where somebody asks a consultant on the Christian portal www.bible.com.ua why Israelis did not recognise Jesus Christ despite all the “hints” they had. The consultant’s answer has seemed convincing and trustworthy to me. The answer well correlates with the present-day reality where for some reason we got the first critical and negative reviews on our publications from contemporary clergymen (see an example), and such opinions are very similar to those of Judaic Pharisees and lawyers who lived two millennia ago. Well, we are not going to draw any accusatory parallels, for our task is totally different.

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Gabriel standing! Five-century-old prophecy by Ursula Southeil, Mother Shipton

  • 12.10.2015
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    It’s really amazing: the further we plunge into our search, the more often a strange feeling arises that not we are looking for prophecies and predictions, but rather prophecies and predictions look for and find us! This time, once again, we have “accidentally” discovered staggering information dating back to several centuries ago, which is concordant with and supplements the topic we investigate: the advent of Messiah (Archangel Gabriel).

    In this article we shall speak of predictions by mysterious Ursula Southeil (1488-1561), Mother Shipton, or the Yorkshire witch as she was also called.

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Chilam Balam: Mayan mysterious manuscripts. Seven Angels, seven ages

  • 28.10.2015
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    Continuing the search of records in ancient sources regarding not just the Messiah advent, but also predictions with respect to our epoch as a decisive time, a sort of time crossroads, the time of global human choice, we should certainly mention Maya Indians, the ancient American aboriginal population. It’s no secret that the 2012 end of the world date was widely advertised. Everyone knew about it, studied, feared, and lent an attentive ear to information on the end of Maya calendar and assumptions on what would take place afterwards. Nonetheless, the predicted doomsday didn’t happen, and people quickly started forgetting the subject, in spite of the fact it’s rather interesting and informative. In actual fact, a lot of things of the foretold have come true, though we admit most of predictions are most likely simply unintelligible for us, people with prevailing materialistic world outlook.

    Thus, here we will speak of Mayan mysterious manuscripts called CHILAM BALAM and the 7 Angels (ages) mentioned therein.

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Islamic branches: what prevents them from uniting?

  • 20.11.2015
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In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful!

Following the overview of Christian denominations, now let’s look at denominations in Islam.

It would be appropriate to entitle this article On the Importance of Unity between Muslims, since our considerations on the root of division in the Muslim world are for the only purpose of reminding all people obedient to Allah’s Will of the vital necessity of Unity and Reconciliation! The present-day challenges faced by the entire humanity urgently require rallying of the whole Muslim world. The recent tragic events in France are just another evidence of such need. If the Islamic world does not unite in the nearest future, certain forces that use the name of Islam for their own inhuman purposes will be able to ensure ruin of the Muslim world. How this may happen?

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Lotus Flower spiritual practice: description, physiology, mistakes

  • 08.01.2016
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     “This spiritual practice is called “the Lotus Flower”. It consists of the following. You imagine that you plant a lotus seed inside yourself, to the solar plexus area… And this small seed grows owing the power of Love generated by your positive thoughts. Thus, controlling the flower growth, you artificially get rid of negative thoughts that constantly whirl in your head.” 

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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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Which secrets are hidden on Easter Island?

  • 11.05.2016
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The uniqueness of Easter Island shows in diverse opinions of it. That is, on one hand, people know everything about this place, but on the other hand they know nothing. Its enigmatic stone statues keep being silent witnesses of the ancient and unknown culture. Yet, who could create these monumental sculptures out of rocks?

A little bit of geography. In the south-eastern part of the Pacific Ocean, between Chile and Tahiti there is Easter Island (see Figure 1). Local natives call it Rapa Nui. Easter Island is one of the remotest islands on the planet. The distance to the closest dry land is 2,092 kilometres in the west and 2,971 kilometres in the east. The island has a triangular shape with extinct volcanoes on each of its edges.

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Chetverik meditation: performance technique and practical experience

  • 17.07.2016
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Herein we continue to collect evidence of the existence of the four human Aspects in the invisible energy and information structure of a human being. It is time to consider the Aspects from a purely practical perspective, therefore let’s refer to relevant description of the Chetverik meditation as given in the AllaRa book. According to the following paragraph, this meditation represents the first step to a conscious acquaintance with the Aspects, and on my part I can only add anyone can get acquainted with his or her Aspects through this meditation and accumulation of personal experience.

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A message from the past. The man who has deciphered hieroglyphs

  • 17.11.2016
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While re-reading the article Keeper of Genesis. Part II. EdfuBuilding Texts. The wisdom god Thoth, I was carried away by the photographs of majestic Egyptian temples and once again noticed the abundance of hieroglyphs covering the temple walls. A question came to my mind, which had arisen several times before, though I had never got to profound clarification of the issue. What do those beautiful signs mean, and have scientists managed to decipher and understand what the wise ancient people endeavoured to communicate to their descendants? Then, owing to a hint given in the commentary section, I learned about a wonderful man whom we should thank for letting us know so much about the Egyptian mythology and rituals, as well as about Ancient Egypt in general. That man was Jean-François Champollion, a French scholar, philologist and orientalist, and a founding figure in the field of Egyptology. In this article we will exactly talk about this remarkable person, about his life devoted to the quest of Truth and his selfless labour for the benefit of humanity, which could be a good example for all of us.

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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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