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.
Meta Research is a non-profit Organization with the purpose of encouraging research and observations in connection with astronomical theories.
This is the personal page of Michael Tellinger, the author of the 'Slave Species', 'Temples of the African Gods' and 'Adam's Calendar'. On the site you will find his latest news, videos, articles and events that he organizes.
Immerse yourself in the world of the ancient Maya. Four amazing queens in the Palenque dynasty are brought to life in this historical fiction series. Each queen’s story is told in her own book, through successive generations. Each book stands alone; read them in any sequence. Themes continue from one life to another, but each story is unique with its own characters and plot.
We are Museum Facts. Your daily dose of history! One Fact at a time. Visit our page to learn about the most bizarre and wonderful daily history facts from the past.
Mythical Ireland was established in March of the year 2000 by journalist, author and researcher Anthony Murphy. The website represents a journey into the ancient past, and attempts to cast new light on a sometimes obscure period of the early history of Ireland. This exploration takes place through many different disciplines, which include, but are not limited to, archaeology, anthropology, astronomy, mythology, spirituality and geodesy.
New Dawn magazine explores ancient wisdom and new thinking while encouraging greater awareness and open-mindedness. From lost civilisations and ancient knowledge, to secret societies and higher states of consciousness, New Dawn is a fascinating blend of cutting-edge articles on unexplained and behind-the-scenes events.
Carl Johan Calleman, Ph.D. has dedicated his life to identifying the underlying evolutionary processes that govern human history and our individual lives.
Open Minds Production, LLC. is a research-based organization with a mission to investigate and report evidence of extra-terrestrial, UFO, and other phenomena to a global audience. To do this, Open Minds utilizes a website, a magazine, a radio show and a television show currently in production.
This is an excellent site for anything related to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
A site made by Herbert Eisengruber, a photographer with interest in Ancient Astronaut Theory and megalithic monuments. You can find interesting information as well as images from many different places all around the world. You can also look at his photography site here.
The website of author and researcher, Philip Coppens. It contains an abundance of information related to the Ancient Alien theory.
A pilgrim at heart, Elyn Aviva is happiest when she is doing research on and writing about sacred sites and spiritual quest. Elyn earned a Ph.D in cultural anthropology at Princeton University (1985) where her dissertation topic was the modern-day pilgrimage on the 500-mile-long Camino de Santiago in Spain. It was the first anthropological dissertation on the Camino, and Following the Milky Way, her travel narrative based on her experiences and her research, was the first contemporary American account of the pilgrimage...
Richard Cassaro is an author, researcher, and filmmaker from New York City. He came to international recognition in 2011 with his bestselling book, Written in Stone: Decoding the Secret Masonic Religion Hidden in Gothic Cathedrals and World Architecture. His 2016 book The Missing Link: Powerful Evidence of an Advanced Golden Age Culture in Prehistoric Antiquity, provides further evidence for his discoveries. His travel and life experiences have provided him with rare insight into megaliths, mythology, magic, symbolism, comparative religion and occult archaeology, and all of his research is meticulously referenced and cited to a high academic standard, a rarity among works of this genre. A lifelong explorer and field investigator, he has recently opened his own tour company, Triptych Temple Tours, LLC, aimed at leading travel adventures to Egypt, Peru, Mexico, Italy, Spain, India, China, and other ancient sites described in his research. He is a much sought after public speaker. To book Cassaro for your event, please fill out this form.
A site dedicated to the history of ancient Rome and to the culture, way of life and technology of the ancient Romans.
All the sacred sites from all over the world are gathered on this website, most of them presented on maps with short descriptions for each place.
Andrea Mikana-Pinkham & Mark Amaru Pinkham founded a sacred travel company in August 1993, and have operated and led spiritual pilgrimages yearly since that time to the world's sacred sites.
A free online archive of texts about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet. A source of material for the serious readers.
SBRG is an international and interdisciplinary project team of researchers (Italian, Croatian, Serbian, English and Finish members) connected with the University of Trieste (Italy) and researching in anthropology and in archaeoacoustics in Europe. SBRG also investigates on physical phenomena in ancient temples and sites considered sacred from ancient times.
SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) institute is dedicated to exploring, understanding and explaining the origin, nature and prevalence of life in the universe. The site is a resouce of articles, videos and the latest news related to astronomy, astrobiology and other fields related to extra-terrestrial life topics.
This guidebook series provides unique information about powerful places and sacred sites, many of which are not on the typical tourist routes. The books provide background information, extensive descriptions, how to get there, and detailed advice about what to do when you arrive so that you can experience a site more fully. The guides include numerous maps, graphics, and photos that bring the locations to life. They are available in print and eBook formats.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History explores human origins through science and conventional archaeology. It presents the latest findings and implications for the scientific exploration of human origins.