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Atlantis and the Stars

Plato has been termed the “Father of Western Philosophy”. He composed the narrative (Critias, and Timaeus) that is the primary…

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Enigma of the Carpathian Sphinx

People the world over are familiar with the Egyptian Great Sphinx, but there is another Sphinx, this one found in…

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Ancient Astronauts or Guiding Spirit?

In 1968 Swiss author Erich von Daniken popularized ideas previously suggested by others when he published Chariots of the Gods.…

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Frederic W.H. Myers

Ask any practicing psychologist or graduate psychology student about the contributions made by Frederic W. H. Myers to the field…

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Gods of the Runes

While visitors to Denmark’s Viking Ship Museum, at Roskilde, naturally focus on the star attraction for which it is named,…

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Breakthrough Blockade & Who Leads the Energy Revolution?

Who will be in the forefront of the energy revolution? Before the earthquake/tsunami/Fukushima nuclear meltdown hit, I would have said…

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Legend of the Three Marys

The Acts of the Apostles describes the days and weeks after the Crucifixion. Jesus was dead and the Apostles and…

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What Do We Really Know About Ancient Giants?

From time to time, photographs of skeletons of giant-sized humans appear on the web. People send them to me quite…

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Mitterrand’s Mystery Monuments

The glass pyramid of the Louvre, La Défense, even the quaint “Monument to the Rights of Man” are known to…

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