December-January issue (January-February for US) of NEXUS
Magazine is running my feature article - inspiring the cover
artwork - on the latest discoveries on the Giza
Plateau. Specifically, the latest discoveries made by British
author/researcher Andy Collins are highlighted, as he has entered
a long-lost tomb, which may give access to other parts of the
new study highlighted by the Old Temples Study Foundation has
suggested that sound and a desire to harness its effects has been
an important consideration in the design of the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
in Malta. “We may be hitting on one of those ‘lost
secrets’,” says Linda Eneix, President of The OTS
Foundation. “Standing in the Hypogeum is like being inside
a giant bell. You feel the sound in your bones as much as you
hear it with your ears. It’s really thrilling!”
The small niche in the so-called “Oracle Chamber”
is key: if someone with a deep voice speaks inside, the voice
echoes all over the hypogeum. At certain frequencies you have
standing waves that emphasize each and other waves that de-emphasize
The pattern of resonance at the Hypogeum registered at the frequency
of 110 or 111 hz. This turns out to be a significant level for
the human brain and corresponds with other results from studies
that measured resonance at sites such as Newgrange.
Sound remains one of the less explored components of our ancient
heritage, but is finally receiving some of the scientific attention
Atlantis Rising on creating an impact
November-December issue of Atlantis
Rising is running "Massive
Impact". Other articles are on the human aura, bees,
a lost map of Christopher Columbus, as well as the Vinland Map,
with the question posed whether the Knights Templar ever made
it as far as Mexico.
The Labyrinth: A Source of Miracles
modern times, ancient wisdom, whether Egyptian religion or Hermetic
knowledge (should there be a difference), is often commercially
abused and repackaged for the self help book market, where it
shares space with books like “The Secret”, preaching
a “law of attraction” no-one had ever heard of before
the author introduced it a few years ago. Though these books are
highly popular, and all predict they will transform you and your
world, look at the world, and clearly something is not working
However, Kathleen McGowan’s “The
Source of Miracles” introduces an entirely different
approach to personal transformation. For one, her methodology
is not based on new age philosophies but on the Lord’s Prayer,
coupled with one of the most remarkable creations of medieval
Europe: the Chartres labyrinth.
The Lord’s Prayer is recited by billions of people, but
most Christians recite it without thinking. That is where almost
all go wrong: McGowan has reshaped the prayer to its original
format: a step by step process through which people can reflect
on their daily life and activities, work through the challenges,
leading to fulfilment and happiness. It is, as such, a renewed
explanation of this coded wisdom.
What makes the book unique is that McGowan was also able to identify
that this teaching was present within the Chartres labyrinth –
in retrospect an obvious conclusion, seeing that the labyrinths
in the Gothic cathedrals of Europe were specifically created for
such ends: they were mini-pilgrimages, which would provide insight
and transformation to the user, allowing the person at its centre
direct contact with God.
I recently listened to quantum physicist Amit Goswami lecturing
on how the most recent advances in quantum physics has shown scientists
that thought creates reality: what we think has a definite effect
on the world. It is remarkable to see that modern science maps
perfectly on McGowan’s rediscovered medieval prayer tool
and that “the power of prayer is the source of miracles”
– to quote the author. We think, therefore we create. “The
Source of Miracles” shows that no new “laws”
need to be invented to attain true happiness. It has always been
within everyone’s reach; we just need to dust it off.
2012, but not as you know it
am very pleased to announce that my first DVD, “2012:
Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages” is now available.
It also features Geoff Stray and is produced by Reality Entertainment
and Phil Gardiner. The upcoming 2012 movie (released November
13) is the biggest budget movie of all times and the release of
this DVD, released by Warner Brothers, was set to coincide with
the film. But I am specifically pleased that it will be a welcome
antidote to the current trend, which is that 2012 should apparently
be all about doom and gloom. Earlier in the week, a mother told
me how her ten year old child asked her whether everyone was indeed
going to die in three years from now! Such fear-mongering should
not happen, especially not when 2012 is not at all about that.
What it is about, find out on the DVD.
Has the original Labyrinth been found?
disused stone quarry on the Greek island of Crete
which is riddled with an elaborate network of underground tunnels
could be the original site of the ancient Labyrinth.
An Anglo-Greek team of scholars led by Nicholas Howarth, an Oxford
University geographer, undertook an expedition to the quarry this
summer and believes that the site, near the town of Gortyn in
the south of the island, has just as much claim to be the place
of the Labyrinth as the Minoan palace at Knossos, which has been
synonymous with the Minotaur myth since its excavation a century
“It is a shame that almost all visitors to Knossos have
never heard of these other possible ‘sites’ for the
mythical Labyrinth,” Howarth said. The Gortyn caves, which
are known locally as the Labyrinthos Caves, consist of about two
and half miles of interlocking tunnels with widened chambers and
dead-end rooms. Working with experts from the Hellenic Speleological
Society, the Oxford researchers found that the cave complex at
Gortyn had been visited recently by archaeological thieves who
were preparing to dynamite one of the inner chambers in the hope
of discovering a hidden treasure room.
In addition to Knossos and Gortyn, there is a third cave complex
at Skotino on the Greek mainland that could also be a contender
for the site of the Labyrinth. “If we look at the archaeological
facts, it is extremely difficult to say that a Labyrinth ever
existed... I think that each site has its claim to the mystery
of the Labyrinth, but in the end there are questions that neither
archaeology nor mythology can ever completely hope to answer,”
The Ancient Code
was pleased to be invited to write an essay
for the Ancient Code, a book that
takes a look at our relationship with ancient knowledge and how
it relates to 2012. Other contributors include Colin Wilson, Nick
Pope, Dr. John Jay Harper, Philip Gardiner, Robert Feather and
many more. My contribution focused on how we have lost touch with
a balanced worldview, so important to our ancestors. This loss
of balance in our thinking has resulted in fundamentalism, whether
atheism or religious, and the disassociations within ourselves,
society and the world.
Darklore, Number 4
fourth volume of Darklore has just been published by Greg Taylor’s
Daily Grail Publishing and for the fourth time, I have contributed
to this volume, this time with the article on Göbekli
Tepe. Other contributors include Greg Taylor, Robert Bauval,
Richard Freeman, Neil Arnold, Theo Paijmans and Robert Schoch.
To order your copy, head over to Amazon (US
or UK) or head over to the Daily
A twist in the Labyrinth
years ago, at the height of “The Da
Vinci Code” phenomenon, the Parisian church of St Sulpice
did everything to highlight that the novel was fiction and that
no secret treasures were hidden in the church’s gnomon.
On my most recent visit to Chartres Cathedral,
with author Kathleen McGowan, a similar phenomenon is now occurring
with the cathedral’s labyrinth
– in a more interesting way. The labyrinth is the most famous
and intricate of its kind and a major tourist attraction in its
own right. Yet it is only not covered by chairs for Fridays from
Easter to Fall; at all other times, the labyrinth is hidden by
hundreds of chairs, not visible and hence not walkable –
its intended purpose.
Though featuring in hundreds of books, in June 2009, the French
edition of Kathleen’s “Book of Love” appeared,
which will soon be followed by “The Source of Miracles”,
which uses the labyrinth as a tool of prayer – “seven
powerful steps to transforming your life”. The Church –
or factions thereof – is apparently not very happy with
On Friday September 4, while hundreds were walking the labyrinth
during the ten hours of the week it is open, flyers were deposited
near it – and specifically next to Kathleen’s belongings
– rallying against the use of the labyrinth as a tool through
which people can transform their lives. The flyer was distributed
in English and French and is clearly aimed at Kathleen’s
work (no other book is currently focusing on the labyrinth as
such). Furthermore, during a visit in June, Kathleen was singled
out from a group by the same woman that deposited these flyers
and challenged her about Kathleen’s religious beliefs in
what was both an extremely sad and aggressive way.
The Church would ideally like this labyrinth to disappear, as
its attitude towards it is far from respectful. People who promote
the structure and encourage its active use, are singled out for
reasons that are anything but “Christian” in spirit,
if only because they place the labyrinth within a larger context,
which the Church continues to feel extremely uncomfortable about.
In her novels, Kathleen uses the phrase “The Truth Against
the World”. It is clear that five years on from “The
Da Vinci Code”, the Church still considers itself to be
a wholly worldly power. (photograph courtesy of Marc Borms)
Atlantis Rising on Bernini's Rome
September-October issue of Atlantis
Rising is running my article on Bernini's
Rome. Other articles are Steven Sora tackling the Oak Island Mystery,
Gregory Little on 10,000 year old signs of civilisation near Bimini,
Mitch Horowitz on Helena Blavatsky and Henry Olcott, Frank Joseph
focussing on the real William Shakespeare, and many other articles.
Available in the US from newsstands, or via a PDF download from
the Atlantis Rising website.
the past two weeks, the announcement made by Andrew
Collins has been reported in the mainstream media, forcing
a reply from Zahi Hawass. Though in my recent NEXUS article I
expose the man for what he is (as an archaeologist, he is very
good at digging his own grave, though no-one seems willing to
confront him with this), this time, he has come up with this simply
ridiculous statement: “There are no new discoveries to be
made at Giza. We know everything about the plateau.”
So why is anyone still digging there? Are we to assume that all
licences for excavations are therefore means of extorting money
from foreign universities and other parties, but with no chance
of any archaeological discoveries? The answer is a clear and obvious
“of course not”, surely?
But why can Hawass get away with this? Why? And why have, for
the past four years, excavations been occurring behind the Sphinx,
but nothing can be found about this in the public record? Why
does the access doorway next to the road behind the Sphinx area
allow daily Egyptian renovation personnel into an underground
area without public access? Why?
The Power Behind the Pyramids
August-September issue (September-October for US) of NEXUS
Magazine is running my feature article - inspiring the cover
artwork - on what is happening with the Sphinx. A decade ago,
there was great controversy surrounding this enigmatic creation,
but since then, everything has gone quiet. In a veritable piece
of investigative reporting, the state of Egyptology and the role
of Zahi Hawass is analysed, and some
interesting truths are revealed in the process.
Atlantis Rising on the Great Pyramid and the Duat
July-August issue of Atlantis
Rising (number 76) is running my article
on the Great Pyramid as a three-dimensional rendering of the Egyptian
Duat, which was aired in my book The Canopus
Revelation. Other articles tackle the Antikythera Device,
deathbed visitations, Atlantis, the Sphinx, time travel, mastadons,
Harry Houdini, etc. Available in the US from newsstands, or via
a PDF download from the Atlantis Rising website.
New Light on the Oldest Temples
Magazine recently asked me to write an article on Göbekli
Tepe, one of the most exciting ancient temples, if only because
it is extremely old – 12,000 years – and is often
seen in total isolation, as if it was a one-off. The article (Vol.
16, issue 4, June-July 2009) instead highlights that over the
past few decades, archaeology has slowly been pushing back the
veil of history, uncovering ancient civilisations, thousands of
years old, that roamed what is now largely Turkey, and which at
present forms the veritable cradle of civilisation.
Southwest’s Earliest Known Irrigation System Unearthed
internet equivalent of ink on my article
on the ancient canals and civilisation of Arizona has just dried,
and archaeologists have uncovered a farming community near Tucson
that dates back to at least 1200 BC. The discovery was made during
expansion works of a Tucson wastewater treatment facility. The
site, called Las Capas, or “The Layers”, sits at the
confluence of Cañada del Oro, Rillito Creek and the Santa
Apart from showing that Mankind’s understanding and interaction
with nature has changed little over three millennia, the discovery
is now known to predate the much more sophisticated Hohokam canal
system by 1200 years.
Archaeologist James M. Vint of Desert Archaeology Inc. in Tucson
has commented that “these are not the earliest canals known
in southern Arizona, but they are the most extensive and sophisticated
engineering [from the period] that we have identified to date.”
His team identified two main canals bringing water from the Santa
Cruz River and feeding it into eight distribution canals, all
now buried 3 to 7 feet. The system could have irrigated 60 to
100 acres, he estimated. The primary crops were maize, which was
introduced into the area before 2100 BC, and an herb known as
Vint estimated that the village at the site supported 80 to 150
people. Their cultural identity is unknown, although they probably
originated in Mexico and moved across what is now the border.
Pottery was not yet produced in the region, but Vint’s team
found stone and cutting tools, grinding stones, antler pieces
for making stone tools, and awls for basketry.
The evidence indicates that the region suffered a huge flood about
800 BC, which buried the canal system. “There is some evidence
that they tried getting it going again, but apparently that didn’t
work,” Vint said. They cleaned out some sections, “but
they never brought it back to full scale.”
As such, the connection with Mexico becomes even older, and likely
First Hard Dating of Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun
Anna Pazdur, Head of Gliwice Radiocarbon Laboratory, has dated
a stalagmite of the Rave-tunnel complex near the Bosnian
Pyramid of the Sun at 5080 years (+/- 75 years), or ca. 3080
BC. The stalagmite originates from a side tunnel and extends the
age of the complex by ca. two millennia; previous, visual dating
of the stalagmites inside the complex had been dated to ca. 1000
BC. As the stalagmite is ca. 3080 BC, the construction of the
tunnel is older, though how old exactly, remains currently unknown.
The dates are interesting as the civilisation known as Old
Europe is normally dated to from 6500 to 3500-3200 BC. This
civilisation existed in this very region and it is logical to
conclude – based on the information currently available
– that its demise resulted in the abandonment of the tunnel
complex, in which soon, stalagmites began to form, one of which
has now been dated to just after the collapse of Old Europe.
Atlantis Rising finds Giza Cavities
latest issue of Atlantis
Rising (Issue 75, May-June 2009) is running my article on
Giza Cavities. The issue’s
cover article is my good friend David Hatcher-Childress’
Ancient Egyptians in the Canyon, with other contributions by Steven
Sora on The Lost Queen of the Sahara and Robert Schoch radically
departing from geology and going in search of Jesus, and many
others. The magazine is newsstand in the United States, and subscription
in many other parts of the world.
Darklore, Number 3
third volume of Darklore has just been published by Greg Taylor’s
Daily Grail Publishing. For the third time, I have contributed
to this volume, this time with an article on Canopus and its starlore,
based on material from my book, The Canopus
Revelation. Other contributors include Nick Redfern, Robert
Bauval, Greg Bishop, Adam Gorightly, and that old friend of mine,
Theo Paijmans… and many others.
Head over to the Daily
Grail website, to find out how to order this compendium of
past twelve days definitely should be classified as a trip. A
lecture in London for the “Moot With No Name” left
not a seat empty, and was followed by four days in Sardinia, a
research trip that had been postponed from last September. As
Easter was rather bad on the weather front on the largest island
of the Mediterranean, I preferred to finish reading Kathleen McGowan’s
“The Book of Love”, a truly amazing novel –
this coming from a person who tends to get bored with novels.
Not this one, if only because it in part revolves around the fourth
Hermetic treatise… the key message to our times, or, to
use Kathleen’s wording, “le temps revient”.
Upon my return, I dashed off to Glastonbury, to film a 2012
DVD with Geoff Stray and Phil Gardiner, for an upcoming Reality
Entertainment production. Unlike most 2012 material, which tackles
catastrophism or doomspeak based on invented theories, this one
is actually going to delve into the core 2012 phenomenon, based
on the 25 years of research Geoff has put into this subject.
Finally, on Friday, there was an appearance on Phil’s Edge
Media TV show, “Gardiner’s World”, to discuss
my latest book, “Servants of the Grail”. As Phil has
interviewed Tim Wallace-Murphy numerous times, he felt I might
have a fresh “edge”, and hence I guest-hosted a Gardiner’s
World, featuring Tim and Dawn Bramadat. It’s the first time
I had ever hosted a TV programme, and it has to be said that it
was great fun.
The entire trip was literally crowned by climbing Croft Hill,
the centre of Britain, before beginning
the drive home. All in all, a great adventure, meeting lovely
people, reading a lovely book, and visiting amazing places…
local historian, author, teacher and three-term Marquette mayor,
C. Fred Rydholm, died peacefully in his sleep on April 4, after
an eight-month battle with cancer. I was fortunate enough to interview
Fred in recent months and despite his illness, Fred was able to
reveal his usual self and highlight the amazing richness of America’s
ancient past, specifically about the extensive copper mining that
had occurred. Though copper was his interest, he himself was a
man of gold.
Rydholm’s final years were devoted to the vision of building
a museum in the U.P’s Copper Country where the world’s
largest piece of float copper could be displayed to dramatically
show the area’s peculiarly unique mineral heritage. As president
of the Ancient Artifact Preservation Society, it was Rydholm’s
dream to raise the necessary funds to accomplish this goal. Let’s
hope that his vision is realised, so that all Americans –
and the world as a whole – can connect with their true past.
A 7000 year old boat allowed to rot away
stone-age boats, thought to be the oldest in Europe, have been
allowed to rot in a partially collapsed shed. The boats had been
entrusted to the Authorities for Culture and Preservation of Ancient
Monuments in Schwerin, Northern Germany, for restoration and conservation.
But Michael Bednorz, head of the State Office, has now admitted
that “financial difficulties” meant that they were
kept in a shed instead of an appropriate space. Now they are effectively
ruined. “It is a loss for Germany if not for the whole world,”
said Andreas Grüger, director of the Stralsund historical
Much damage was inflicted during the first two years of storage,
but the boats were then further damaged when the shed they were
stored in partially collapsed in 2004. Yet still they were not
moved to safety. The remains of the boats have now been sent to
the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin where students are
planning to investigate the extent of the damage and draw up a
plan to save at least fragments.
We can merely ask the question whether such almost criminal negligence
would have been allowed to happen to other material… material
that does fit the preconceived notions of history. In this instance,
a find that shows people in 5000 BC had seagoing vessels, and
which therefore greatly upsets the prevailing paradigm of ancient
history, are treated with abject disdain, so that they will never
be able to be shown in museum, and will likely disappear into
oblivion. At a time when archaeologists are called in to even
investigate the most ridiculously mundane artefact (and seem to
do nothing of real historical significance), it borders on the
criminal that the boats were not even studied, or placed in a
museum, but instead abandoned in a shed. And it is clear that
no judicial enquiry will ever be launched to find out why and
how. We “just” have to “accept” it’s
That's Gardiner's World, not Gardener's World
The Conundrum Push?
is difficult to have truly unique insights, as there are approximately
six billion people on this planet competing with you daily –
by default. But my thesis put forward in The
Stargate Conundrum, namely that as part of the CIA mind projects
(remote viewing, MK-ULTRA, etc.), certain psychic abilities were
augmented through the use of a specific drug, has – either
by coincidence or someone reading my material – been made
the storyline of a new movie, “Push”. Push begins
with an overview of secret CIA plans, and mentions the development
of this drug, which then becomes the plot around which the entire
Written by David Bourla and starring Dakota Fanning and Chris
Evans, the movie has received mixed reviews: critics seem not
to like it, but it does attract large-enough audiences, who quite
often leave positive reviews. Personally, I liked the film, because
it seems to be part of a new category of film making, in which
e.g. The Fountain could also be placed in. A lot of the movie
also has clear parallels with Heroes, whether by coincidence or
I am of course more than pleased that those who do see the movie,
will have been introduced to this aspect of The Stargate Conundrum,
and that some might contribute to the debate at some later point
in time. The movie might precisely be the push this work needed.
one astrological forecast in Sedona put it: “You are having
an amazing time, in this your birthday season, the start of an
amazing year.” I’ve spent an enjoyable two weeks in
Arizona, part of it at the WEX
Clubhouse in Camp Verde, an ideal base from which to explore
the state. Quite a bit of time was spent in Sedona, “New
Age Capital of the States”, where I met the likes of Ani
Williams, Mark Pinkham, Chris O’Brien, as well as the “Dutch
contingent” of Bert Janssen and Jaap van Etten, and several
interesting people who came to the book-signing on Valentine’s
day in the Adventures Unlimited Bookstore in Cottonwood, as well
as Susan and Al Olson in Phoenix. Watch out for several articles
on mysteries of Arizona over the upcoming months.
11:23, 2.11, 66, Uri and Home
might read like code, and it might be – the mathematical
code of synchronicities. Today is February 11 (2.11 or 11.2),
and I have been following a small section of that infamous “Route
66”. Arriving in the town of Winslow, a friend emailed me
stating that Uri Geller had bought an island that is visible from
my kitchen window back home in North Berwick: Lamb.
I immediately emailed Uri, telling him of this synchronicity –
though I forgot to tell him that this means we are neighbours
now. Though in the middle of the night in Europe, he replied immediately,
and agreed it was “mind blowing” and a synchronicity
of the highest degree, adding he had made sure to buy it on an
11th – Uri’s favourite number. Is it a coincidence
I was on Route 66 – 6 x 11?
I knew the island had been for sale for a while, but soon forgot
all about it. Uri has bought it, as he sees it has links with
the pyramids of Gizeh and the Knights Templar. The island featured
in an article by Jeff Nisbet, printed in Atlantis
Rising – the current issue of which features an article
of mine. Topic? 11:23 – which mentions
the magic of those two numbers and Uri. Coincidence?
But wait… it gets better. I told Uri that I would drop by
a copy of my book, “Land of the
Gods”, which tackles the sacred landscape of the Lothians,
once back in the United Kingdom. Instead, it turns out Uri is
in Amsterdam, filming “The Next Uri Geller”. Amsterdam,
where we of course have our Frontier Bookshop, which of course
stocks this book, so I invited him to drop by and ask for a copy.
Still, without having read this book – which coincidentally
was published the same month as my other book “The
New Pyramid Age” was published – Uri has extrapolated
from Nisbet’s article along the same lines I have come to
in my book. I can only agree with Uri that “when I heard
Lamb Island was for sale I felt a strong instinctive urge to buy
it – and the more I delved into the history and the archaeological
lore which surrounds it, the more certain I became that this is
one of the most significant sites in Britain.” I too was
attracted to live in North Berwick Harbour, which has sight not
only of the islands (specifically the unmentioned Bass Rock),
but also the incredible Berwick Law – and is the site of
one of the greatest witch hunts ever seen in Europe. However,
at the time (November 2000), I didn’t buy an island, but
a home – with views over his island.
The BBC website quoted Uri as saying: “This island has links
not only to the pyramids, but to King Arthur, King Robert the
Bruce and to the ancient Kings of Ireland too. It might seem forbidding,
and it is certainly uninhabitable, but it is one of the keystones
to British mythology, and I am thrilled to be its owner. I
might need a helicopter, but I am determined to set foot on my
island soon.” A boat will do Uri, and you can leave your
car – preferentially the one with the bent spoons and Dali’s
crystal – in my parking space… (Feb 13 update) That was not the end of the coincidences
for the day. I informed Greg Taylor of The
Daily Grail about Uri's purchase, and he sent me this: "The
two emails below yours in my Inbox at the moment? Jeff Nisbet
emailing me to tell me about Geller's purchase, and a promotional
email for Marie Jones' new book - about mysterious incidences
of the number 11: 'Jones
packs into 11:11 The Time Prompt Phenomenon: The Meaning Behind
Mysterious Signs, Sequences and Synchronicities the newest data
about mysterious numbers and strange sequences that are currently
being reported by people around the world––in particular
the numbers 11:11.'" Coincidence, synchronicity, or cosmic
Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun built from gravel
Kemal Kapetanovic Institute from the University in Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina,
has published the first results of archaeological samples taken
from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.
The material used for the pyramids was gravel. Professor Muhamed
Pasic from the Kemal Kapetanovic Institute has argued that the
builders knew the binding properties of natural materials, especially
clay, its elasticity, hygroscopicity, and that poorly baked clay
crushed with water possesses binding properties.
They also used a lime hydrate in order to bind the grains of gravel.
They knew about the production of calcite and dolomite lime. The
gravel-like material that they made the pyramid from is reminiscent
of today’s cement concrete from a gravel machine, but surpasses
its hardness. Other samples will now be sent for analysis to some
of the leading institutes in Europe and America.
A pyramid cake for my birthday
birthday weekend was spent on Tenerife, lecturing on pyramids,
as well as exploring some of them, in the company of Sam Osmanagic
and British researcher Steve Andrews, who had invited me to come
and visit potential pyramid complexes he had discovered on the
On January 24, Sam and I lectured at Los Cristianos, in front
of 75-odd people, mostly British tourists and ex-pats. Another
sincere thanks to Steve and Rita, of Tenerife News, for finding
the venue and all their help in organising this event.
Our lecture was not only attended by fellow pyramid explorer Gabriela
Lukacs, but also by the curator of the Ethnographic Park of the
Guimar Pyramids and several researchers and writers living or
vacationing on the island, allowing for great after-lecture conversations.
Here is the article on our findings...
Servants of the Grail is published
is with the greatest of pleasure that I can announce the “birth”
of my latest book: Servants
of the Grail. Though every author will say this about his
book, this one is truly remarkable. For anyone interested in the
Grail, this book cannot be missed, and will forever change your
understanding of the entire debate. No silliness to do with vulvae
of the Magdalene, bloodlines, or the like. Instead, a historical
reality is revealed, and proven.
out the Eerie Radio website
for an interview
with yours truly, tackling pyramids. Eerie Radio is one of an
evergrowing number of great online podcasts... radio on demand!
Atlantis Rising Tackles Destiny
January-February 2009 issue of Atlantis
Rising (issue number 73) is running an abridged version of
my Stone of Destiny article.
It is the first time an article of mine has appeared in this magazine.
Atlantis Rising is available in the US at newsstands.
European Mummies in New Dawn
January-February issue of New
Dawn has run my article on the Caucasian
mummies that have been found in China.
The finds are truly anomalous and are the subject not so much
of a scientific cover-up, but a “scientific shush”,
noting that the finds by default will upset the paradigm, which
is deemed to have, in the region, likely political and social
consequences. Find out for yourself why and what science is not
trying to find out too much about.
would like to wish everyone all the best for 2009. Despite the
turbulence of the times we live in, equally, they are also truly
exciting times. Embrace the future not with fear, as the old paradigms
are abandoned, but with a sense of adventure, noting that every
revolution is truly only an acceleration of evolution, and that
for those who take life in their own hands, they are the true
masters of their own destiny.
In 2008, we brought you 45 new articles, and several updates to
existing ones. My personal highlight of 2008 was definitely the
Histories & Mysteries conference in Edinburgh. 2009 promises
to be another interesting year.
Finally, after fireworks from Berwick Law last year, this year,
newspaper headlines might have been that five UFOs were spotted
hovering over North Berwick around 00h40. It was somewhat unclear
to identify them precisely, but they were without a doubt lighting
balloons, though whether with an LED or other type of light, was
unclear to make it. Either way: thank you for a mysterious start
to 2009 to whomever was responsible for their launch from within
the town centre.