By Stellar House In this clip from the DVD “Great Minds of Our Time,” independent scholar of comparative religion and mythology D.M. Murdock aka “Acharya S” speaks about the burden of proof vis-a-vis claims that the gospel story of the… Read More ›
By dhwty | Ancient Origins Osiris was one of the most prominent gods in the ancient Egyptian pantheon. This prominent deity was a member of the Ennead (known also as the Great Ennead and the Ennead of Heliopolis), a group… Read More ›
By The Paranormal Scholar The devil appears in folklore throughout history. Some alleged encounters with the devil are dark, often resulting in demonic possession. Other encounters with the devil in result in the great beast being thwarted by man.
By April Holloway | Ancient Origins Less than five years ago, a new army of exorcists was created by the Roman Catholic Church. They were trained to deal with the “unprecedented rise” in requests for help in battling evil spirits…. Read More ›
Has the second coming has already happened and we missed it? Joseph Atwill has uncovered evidence which suggests that the ancient Roman government spun the greatest story ever told. It was their intention to derail a decade’s long rebellion by… Read More ›
By Theodoros Karasavvas | Ancient Origins The double-headed eagle has been a popular symbol associated with the concept of a powerful Empire. Most contemporary uses of the symbol are exclusively associated with its use by the Byzantine Empire and the… Read More ›
Speaking of solar eclipses, this is a good video for Flattards to watch…~TS By Theodoros Karasavvas | Ancient Origins When a total solar eclipse occurred just over 2,600 years ago, on May 28, 585 BC, the sight of it is… Read More ›
In this first episode of Stephen McNallen’s Wolf Age we learn about the Awakening of the Wotan archetype. Wolf Age is a collaboration between Stephen McNallen and Red Ice.
By Ashley Cowie | Ancient Origins Seduction, the most noble art. History books across the planet reveal the carnal activities of an endless number of femme-fatals, causing nations to collapse and dynasties to crumble. In Ancient Greek culture the relationship… Read More ›
By Ashley Cowie | Ancient Origins The National Museum in Quito, Ecuador exhibits an otherworldly collection of sheet-gold masks representing the Andean sun god Inti. Zig-zag rays of golden light burst from his face and some end in tiny stylized… Read More ›
A Japanse underwater world, to a city, buried beneath the Dubai desert…
Pssst, Moses didn’t exist. Moses and the Exodus is an allegory…~TS By Mark Oliver | Ancient Origins The story of Moses doesn’t just show up in the Bible. In the ancient world, nearly every culture had their own version of… Read More ›
Draco the Dragon and the Garden of Eden: Constellation of the Cosmic Serpent (Symbolism, Mythology, and Astrology)
By Joseph “Joe” Panek | A Seeker’s Thoughts “With vast convolutions Draco holds Th’ ecliptic axis in his scaly folds. O’er half the skies his neck enormous rears, And with immense meanders parts the Bears.” – Erasmus Darwin’s “Economy of… Read More ›
By Joseph Panek | A Seeker’s Thoughts “When the masculine and feminine truly become one, all duality ceases to exist.” – Joseph Panek Ancient cultures were aware of, understood, revered and utilized the complementary aspects of duality. They realized that… Read More ›
By Brad Yoon | Ancient Origins The myth of the underworld, much like the myth of the lost paradise and the worldwide deluge, is a universal one. Cultures from all across the world, past and present, widely separated and with… Read More ›
From Englands most notorious mythical creature to the infamous and terrifying Michigan Dogman, here are five supposed encounters and sightings of mythical creatures…..
Just a heads up for everybody, I’m going to try to cover a wider variety of topics on this blog because frankly I’m bored with the NWO/Surveillance State/Police State stuff and politics. While those topics are very important my intention… Read More ›
This is an excerpt from a previous video titled, The True Origins of Kwanzaa, Hanukkah & Christmas. Lana tells the myth behind the Jul (Yule) celebration, which is still alive in Christmas.
By Victoria Lepage Vast shadowy forces are moving in Central Asia – or rather in the greater region we call Eurasia – which may change the face of our global society and civilisation forever. Even as the balance of geopolitical… Read More ›
John Lash is a self-educated, free-lance scholar with an interest in mythology, magic, and religion. He is a pioneer of directive mythology, the application of myth to life. John runs Metahistory.org and is the author of The Seeker’s Handbook, Twins… Read More ›
By Walter Mason Angkor Wat is a vast stone temple at the heart of an ancient stone city. But at the ends of its corridors and the centres of its hidden rooms lie surprising Buddhist shrines still active in a… Read More ›