Here you will find a list of web sites which we think our readers may find interesting. We do not necessarily endorse or agree with all content, but nevertheless, they provide much food for thought.
Petros Koutoupis is a historical researcher and author focusing on eastern Mediterranean Late Bronze and Early Iron Age periods. In his podcast Digging up the Past he digs deep into assorted historical topics and mysteries covering all relevant ancient cultures, mythologies, religions and more, such as Was there ever a Trojan War?
EarthSky.org provides daily news and updates on the Earth, the cosmos and the human world.
Richard Firth Green is Humanities Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English, The Ohio State University. He is author of several books, including A Crisis of Truth: Literature and Law in Ricardian England, also available from the University of Pennsylvania Press.
This is the official web site of the legendary Erich von Daniken who has spent more than 45 years pursuing the theory which postulates that Earth might have been visited by extraterrestrials in the remote past. A researcher, an investigator and author of more than 26 books who has a lot to offer on the subject of human origins from an alternative perspective.
Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research. An interesting web site with useful information.
The purpose of this site is to present strange artefacts that have been discovered from all over the world.
Steve Quayle is the leading authority on giants, having spent more than 30 years researching their existence through history. On this site, he explores the answer to the questions: Where did these giants come from and what was their connection with ordinary humans? Just who were they? What happened to these extraordinary creatures? And is it possible they could ever return?
Global Grey offers completely free quality eBooks in PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats, on a wide variety of subjects such as: Ancient Egypt, Esoteric and the Occult, the Ancient Near East, Philosophy, Paganism, Australia, Far East Religions, Ancient Europe, Hinduism, Christianity and Gnosticism, Sufism, the Paranormal, Conspiracies, Africa, Meditation, Secret Societies and more. There is also a fantastic selection of classic books from authors like Dickens, Kipling, Twain, Austen and others.
Author Graham Phillips has been described as an historical detective, a modern-day adventurer, and a real-life Indiana Jones. Whether you agree with his conclusions or not, Graham’s findings are always original and thought provoking, and his books make an exciting read.
Dr. John DeSalvo presents general information and research on the Great Pyramid of Giza. You will be able to find all material related to the pyramid, from research papers to individual opinions.
HeritageDaily is an independent online archaeology magazine, dedicated to the heritage and history of the world. HeritageDaily identified the need for a central resource offering the latest archaeological / palaeontological news, journals, articles and press releases.
Historic Mysteries is devoted to all aspects of historical mysteries. Here you will find articles ranging from the Ark of the Covenant to the disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Their effort is to document not only the most famous mystery cases, but also the most obscure, including the most amazing, unsolved and eerie historical cases that ever existed.
This is the Science section of the American news website. All latest news about science, space, human origins and other related topics.
This is David Grant’s unique ‘backstory’ of Alexander the Great and his successors: the tale of biased eyewitness historians and the story of how rhetoric, romance, philosophy and religion was overlaid on what was written and how.
Earth mysteries and alternative history by best-selling author Freddy Silva.
After graduating from the Eastman School of Music, Jim Willis became a high school band and orchestra teacher during the week, a symphony trombonist on the weekends, a jazz musician at night and a choral conductor on Sunday mornings. The author of nine books on religion and spirituality, he has been an ordained minister for over forty years while working part-time as a woodworker and handyman, the host of his own drive-time radio show, an arts council director and adjunct college professor in the fields of World Religions and Instrumental Music. His teaching career produced both the comprehensive one-volume encyclopedia of religion, The Religion Book: Places, Prophets, Saints and Seers, and Armageddon Now: The End of the World A to Z, written with his wife, Barbara. Concern for spiritual growth in contemporary society prompted his book Faith, Trust & Belief: A Trilogy of the Spirit, while his love for long-distance bicycling led him to make several cross-country bike trips and inspired both his first book, Journey Home: The Inner Life of a Long Distance Bicycle Rider and its sequel, Snapshots and Visions: A View from the Now. Savannah: A Bicycle Journey Through Time and Space continued that tradition. Upon retirement he moved to the woods, determined to confront the essential spirituality that has inspired humankind since the very beginnings of time. The result of this quest is chronicled in his books, The Dragon Awakes: Rediscovering Earth Energy in the Age Of Science, and Ancient Gods: Lost Histories, Hidden Truths and the Conspiracy of Silence.
Ken Jeremiah has written extensively about history, religion, and critical thinking. His books and articles are available worldwide.
A Portuguese-American who emigrated from the Azores to the Boston area in 1973, Mr. Rosa received the Boston Globe’s Art Merit Award in 1976, the Lockheed Martin Lightning Award in 2002, and the American Institute of Polish Culture’s Special Recognition Award in 2015.
The 2017 MEGALITHOMANIA CONFERENCE is taking place in the Town Hall in Glastonbury on 20th-21st May, with three days of tours (on the Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday). ACT QUICKLY AS ONLINE BOOKING CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHT, but tickets will be available on the door on Saturday from 9.30am! See the full line-up and get tickets here
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