Category: Ancestors

How our prehistoric ancestors celebrated the winter solstice

As we celebrate the Winter Solstice,  we might wonder how these special times were marked by our prehistoric ancestors.  Was it a way of symbolically bringing the dead back to life or a means of making their transition to the afterlife smoother? Here, Mike Williams, the author of Prehistoric Belief, explains what’s known about these midwinter practises in the Neolithic.

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Kissing the Face of the God Particle

Last week, we were momentarily diverted with a possible glimpse of the Higgs Boson, or “God particle”, at the Hadron Collider in Switzerland, before the curtain was very quickly brought down again. But we don’t need a 17-mile long tunnel in which to beat up atoms to find the God particle. If we know how to look,  we can experience it clearly within ourselves and represented in the holographic universe all around us. Continue reading

The White Swan II: “Energy is Eternal Delight”

I’m delighted to be publishing part II of wódr ̥’s The White Swan, which heralds the bursting of the rigid watercourses, levees, dykes and dams erected over thousands of years to constrain our actual, original cognitive gifts, and the recognition of the return of the shamanic river of perpetual return to ex-stasis consciousness. Continue reading

The Significance of the Bosnian Pyramids by Sam Osmanagich

I’ve  received an email from Semir ‘Sam’ Osmanagich thanking me for the article The Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, and also sending some further information from last summer’s dig, which shows how our ancestors, 12,000 years ago, were way ahead of us in astronomy, geodesy, sustainable living, healing, engineering and clean and free energy-generation. Here it is … Continue reading

The Second Coming Has Been Delayed, Due To Technical Difficulties

Subtitle: How Egyptology was infiltrated and dominated by academics and foundations to manipulate consent for the New World Order

I sometimes feel that I’m thoroughly manipulated by the way that the news is fed to us.  The trouble with last week’s story about  ‘recently discovered’ Egyptian rock art thought to be the same age as those of the Lascaux caves was that it was found 50 years ago, but not a word  leaked out. Could it be that now that Zahi Hawass has gone,  we’re finally being allowed to see this?

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The White Swan: Beyond Occam’s Razor

“What we call here a Black Swan is an event with the following three attributes. First, it is an outlier, as it lies outside the realm of regular expectations, because nothing in the past can convincingly point to its possibility. Second, it carries an extreme impact. Third, in spite of its outlier status, human nature makes us concoct explanations for its occurrence after the fact, making it explainable and predictable.
”  Nassim Nicholas Tale

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The Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon

I can’t help wondering how much longer the media will keep silent on the Bosnian pyramids because, if they are a hoax, it was one that was perpetrated on us at least 12,000 years ago. This is now the official dating of the deposition of the soil that covers them.  So it seems that whoever built these pyramids, which later became covered with grass and trees, must have had one hell of a sense of humour. Continue reading