​Freddy Silva

Freddy Silva

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Freddy Silva is a best-selling author, and a leading researcher of alternative history, ancient knowledge, sacred sites, and the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is also the world's leading expert on crop circles.


His five books have been published in five languages:

THE LOST ART OF RESURRECTION: Initiation, Secret Chambers and the Quest for the Otherworld.

THE DIVINE BLUEPRINT: Temples, power places, and the global plan to shape the human soul.

FIRST TEMPLAR NATION: How the Knights Templar created Europe’s first nation-state.

CHARTRES CATHEDRAL: The missing or heretic guide.

SECRETS IN THE FIELDS: The science and mysticism of crop circles.

For over fifteen years he has been an international keynote speaker, with notable appearances at the International Science and Consciousness Conference, the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, and the Association for Research and Enlightenment, in addition to appearances on Discovery Channel, BBC, and radio shows such as Coast To Coast. Described by one CEO as "perhaps the best metaphysical speaker in the world right now."

He is also a documentary filmmaker, art photographer, and leads private tours to sacred sites in England, France, Egypt, Yucatan, Malta, Peru/Bolivia, Scotland and Ireland.

www.invisibletemple.com

Books

The Lost Art of Resurrection: Initiation, secret chambers and the quest for the Otherworld.

http://invisibletemple.com/lost-art-of-resurrection-book.html

First Templar Nation: How the Knights Templar created Europe’s first nation-state and a home for the Grail.

http://invisibletemple.com/book-first-templar-nation-by-freddy-silva.html

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