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PREVIEW - Clash of the Geniuses
PREVIEW - English Sacred Sites
PREVIEW - Technologies of the Gods
Conversations with Robert Schoch, Ph.D.
Conversations with Michael Cremo
Conversations - Steven Sora - Templar Treasure_Forbidden_Island
Conversations - Frank Joseph - Atlantis in the Azores
Conversations - William Stoecker - Beasts of Beringia
Conversations with Dr. Susan Martinez
PREVIEW - Clash of the GeniusesPreview of the Atlantis Rising Documentary CLASH OF THE GENIUSES - INVENTING THE IMPOSSIBLE
PREVIEW - English Sacred SitesPreview of the Atlantis Rising Documentary ENGLISH SACRED SITES - THE ATLANTIS CONNECTION
PREVIEW - Technologies of the GodsPreview of the Atlantis Rising Documentary TECHNOLOGIES OF THE GODS - The Case For Pre-Historic High Technology
Conversations with Robert Schoch, Ph.D.Conversations with Robert Schoch, Ph.D.
Conversations with Michael CremoAt a talk at the University of Oklahoma, in addition to mentioning cases from my book Forbidden Archeology, I mentioned a case from Oklahoma that had come to my attention after Forbidden Archeology was published. In the 1920s, A. H. Holloman discovered human artifacts and fossils of extinct animals in a gravel pit he owned near Frederick, Oklahoma. He showed some of his finds to F. G. Priestly, a local medical doctor. Priestly had recently read in Scientific American an article by Harold J. Cook about human antiquity in America.
Conversations - Steven Sora - Templar Treasure_Forbidden_IslandThe legendary Sinclairs, of Templar and Masonic lore, have long been regarded as Lords of the Isles. At one time they controlled Europe's largest navy and, indeed, the family ruled supreme over Caithness, Scotland's northernmost territory; and, from there, its fleet kept watch on the Orkneys, their island holdings just north of Scotland. While the Orkney's might have been the first isles ruled by Sinclairs, they were by no means the last. The family history would ultimately be intwined with that of other singular islands including Madeira, Oak Island in Nova Scotia, New Zealand, and, most recently, in Hawaii with Kauai and Niihau, the so-called Forbidden Island. Some now speculate that Hawaii's Niihau could actually be the 'treasure island' of a family long connected to both ancient treasure and mystery.
Conversations - Frank Joseph - Atlantis in the AzoresDr. David Zink (1927-2008) was among the very few world-class scholars in the United States with personal courage enough to publicly state that Atlantis was real. His years of research at the Bimini Wall -- a 1200 foot long, stone structure lying under 19 feet of water 55 miles east of Miami, Florida -- not only established its man made provenance, but strongly suggested an Atlantean identity. Although he persuasively argued on behalf of the Wall's original function as a harbor facility, Dr. Zink concluded that Bimini was only an outpost, not Atlantis itself. The sunken city was out of place in the Bahamas, but must lie, he believed, among the Azores.
Conversations - William Stoecker - Beasts of BeringiaWilliam Stoecker on the Beasts of Beringia from Issue104. How Could Earth's Many Species Get to Where We Find Them?
Conversations with Dr. Susan MartinezSusan Martinez on Global Drying from Issue104 Doesn't Drying Mean Cooling? Maybe It's Not Warming that Should Most Alarm Us.