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13 RIDICULOUS demands Saudi gives to Qatar in aggressive ultimatum

By Adam Garrie | The Duran Saudi Arabia’s ultimatum is the work of a power-mad, childish nation that does not understand the meaning or function of international relations. Saudi Arabia has passed an ultimatum to neutral Gulf Cooperation Council member state Kuwait to be handed to the Qatari regime in an attempt to end the […]

Six-Day War, 50-Year Occupation: What Really Happened in June 1967?

By IMEMC News In the first of an extended three-part interview on the 50th anniversary of the June 1967 Arab-Israeli war, author and scholar Norman Finkelstein debunks the enduring myths surrounding that historic confrontation — myths that have sustained​ the ensuing Israeli ​occupation of Palestinian lands​. TRNN transcript: Aaron Mate: It’s the Real News, I’m […]

The First Genome Data from Ancient Egyptian Mummies

By Ancient Origins An international team of scientists, led by researchers from the University of Tuebingen and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, successfully recovered and analyzed ancient DNA from Egyptian mummies dating from approximately 1400 BCE to 400 CE, including the first genome-wide nuclear data from three individuals, […]

5 Fascinating Lost Underwater Worlds & Abandoned Ancient Cities

A Japanse underwater world, to a city, buried beneath the Dubai desert…

Moses and the Exodus: An Allegory

The journey from lower consciousness to higher consciousness…~TS By Jelle Bosma | Theosophy Northwest The Exodus from Egypt is a beautiful parable, with parallels to the Bhagavad-Gita. In the story of Moses, his mother lays her baby in a basket on the River Nile because she is afraid of Pharaoh. In the manner of allegories […]

4 Completely Different Versions of the Story of Moses

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 what happened. The Egyptians, the Greeks, and the Romans all had their own way of […]

Baal – Myth And Symbol

By Joseph “Joe” Panek | A Seeker’s Thoughts “The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names.” – Chinese proverb It has been a common practice, throughout the history of mankind, that when one civilization conquers another, the structures of the vanquished are replaced, renamed and discredited by the victors. This holds […]

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 Vegetation” “Heroes take journeys, confront dragons, and discover the treasure of their true selves.” – […]

What Did the Ancients See? Unidentified Flying Objects that Made an Impact on Early History

By Kerry Sullivan | Ancient Origins The number of reported UFO sightings has hit an all time high in 2017. In the 112 years since the National UFO Reporting Center began keeping track, there have been 104,947 reported events (Monfort, 2017). The majority of sightings occur in the United States, though Canada, Australia, and the […]

5 ways the Middle East has been radically changed since 1990

By Adam Garrie | The Duran What was once unthinkable has become reality. The geo-political structure of the Middle East has changed almost diametrically since 1990. It is no coincidence that it was in 1990 when the Gulf War inaugurated decades of direct western Meddling in the region that had been mostly limited to indirect […]

The Curse of the Mummies | Documentary

The curse of the mummies has haunted people since ancient times. Tombs were often enchanted with a written curse to make sure no one would interrupt the pharaohs and others eternal slumbers. Those tombs were their home and if you disrupted their mummified bodies, they would haunt your home too with curses. At least that […]

Six Years Ago: The US-NATO-Israel Sponsored Al Qaeda Insurgency in Syria. Who Was Behind The 2011 “Protest Movement”?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky | Global Research Author’s note The war on Syria started six  years ago in Daraa on the 17th of March 2011. The following article first published in May 2011 examines the inception of the jihadist terrorist insurgency. It recounts the events of March 17-18, 2011 in Daraa, a small border town […]

Virgin Birth (Symbolism, Mythology, and Mystery)

By Joseph Panek | A Seeker’s Thoughts The doctrine of Virgin Birth is an extremely ancient and common motif (theme) found in the numerous mythologies, legends, and religions throughout our planet. However, before we begin to explore the doctrine of Virgin Birth, it is important that we understand the Alchemical, Hermetic, Gnostic, and Esoteric meaning […]

Ba and Ka – Egyptian Symbolism

By Joseph “Joe” Panek | A Seeker’s Thoughts Divinity is the “Great Spirit”, the “One”, the “All”. Everything that is, ever was, and ever will be is an integral and inseparable part of Divinity. Divinity cannot be divided into parts nor can anything separate itself from Divinity. Should something be able to separate itself from […]

Revealing the Identity of the First Female Ruler of Egypt. Hint: It Was NOT Hatshepsut

By Natalia Klimczak | Ancient Origins Today it is known that women appeared on the throne in ancient Egypt more often than many people believed just decades ago. The first known influential queens appeared with the first kings. This was long before the female pharaoh Hatshepsut took the throne. Their lives inspired queens until the […]

Ancient Egypt: Compelling Evidence Of Lost High Technology

The only tour people that can show you multiple examples of lost ancient high technology that must have existed in Egypt in the distant past is the Khemit School.

Fun for Everyone: The Evolving History of Board Games

By Natalia Klimczak | Ancient Origins The delightful hobby of playing games isn’t a modern invention. While people in ancient times didn’t have Pokemon Go to entertain themselves, they still spent hours of fun games both inside and outside of their households. It is unknown who the innovators were who first started to play games. […]

THE Chaldean Legend

Source THEOSOPHY, Vol. 52, No. 6, April, 1964 (Pages 175-182; Size: 22K)THE CHALDEAN LEGEND(1) Of the dead sciences of the past, there is a fair minority of earnest students who are entitled to learn the few truths that may now be given to them. –H. P. BLAVATSKY THE Chaldean religion is entirely lost to the […]

Arkaim: Russia’s Ancient City & the Arctic Origin of Civilisation

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 forces is shifting inexorably in favour of the Eurasian superpowers – principally Russia, China, the […]

Before The Pharaohs: The Evidence for Advanced Civilization in Egypt’s Mysterious Prehistory

By Edward Malkowski There is no other place on Earth like Egypt’s Giza Plateau. Anyone with even a slight interest in history and civilisation is aware of this fact. For on this plateau there stands the Great Pyramids and their sculpted guardian, the Great Sphinx. Although there are plenty of theories, no one really knows […]