2007: The History Before History

By Leonardo Vintiñi Epoch Times Argentina Staff Oct 09, 2007 IMPOSSIBLE FOSSIL: The fossil of a trilobite—a sea arachnid that became completely extinct 280 million years ago—was found in a human shoe print. Photos.com It was a hot night so a man decided to take a walk along the beach. Soon after setting out, he felt a soft crunch under his foot. He stopped to inspect the soles of his shoes in the moonlight, and scraped off the remains of the unfortunate creature he had squashed. Unconcerned, he continued his stroll, unaware that the footprint had immortalized the end of that tiny life. After all, what’s so strange about stepping on a trilobite? Approximately 320 million years ago, a species of small lobed creatures began to populate Earth’s seas. These relatives of sea arachnids—similar to lobsters and crabs—once flourished but became completely extinct 280 million years ago. We are […] Read More


Lloyd Pye (www.lloydpye.com) Framing The Picture How did life begin on Earth? More intellectual and literal blood has been shed and spilled attempting to answer this question than any other in any aspect of science or religion. Why? Because the answer, if it could be determined beyond doubt, would reveal to us the deepest meanings behind ourselves and all that we see around us. More importantly, it would demolish once and for all the thorny tangle of conscious and unconscious thought and belief that causes most of the bloodshed. At present there are only two socially acceptable explanations for how life has come to be on Earth. Science insists it has developed by entirely natural means, using only the materials at hand on the early planet, with no help from any outside source, whether that source be divine or extraterrestrial. Religion insists with equal fervor that life was brought […] Read More

2012: Did Ancient Humans Have Knowledge of the Electromagnetic (EM) Spectrum?

By Glenn Kreisberg, Radio Frequency (RF) Spectrum Engineer Its been suggested, at various times, that ancient humans had knowledge and use of unseen powers, forces and energy fields. Could these unseen forces and fields consist of electromagnetic frequency waves and particle fields that make up the EM Spectrum? This is not a simple question to answer. What evidence exists, and what kind of evidence may come to light, to support such a claim? There is no question, that as it has always existed, the EM Spectrum is a naturally occurring part of our environment, comprised of a continuous sequence of electromagnetic energy arranged according to wavelength or frequency, as generated by particle motion (vibrations) and pulses created from many sources. There is also no doubt that many ancient cultures had a connection with nature and natural forces that was fundamental and could only be described as intimate and profound […] Read More


1. Solara calls Alnilam, the middle star in the Belt of Orion, AN. “It is directly aligned with the double stargate of Antares. Thus it represents the Moon and the Sun united as one. AN symbolizes the completion of duality, being both the dreamer and the dream. When the dreamer dances awake his dream, then the full potential of this central point is realized and the black hole is not only entered but transcended. The ancient civilizations of the Druids, Incas & Egyptians were all created by those of the AN lineage. In all of these, there was a joint rulership by husband and wife, who were also brother and sister. They also worship the Sun and Moon, not only as their gods, but as their true parents. The color of AN is magenta, symbolizing the completion of the rainbow when red and purple, the opposite ends of the […] Read More

A Pre-Historic Nuclear War? Reflections on Worlds Before Our Own

by Brad Steiger I find myself now in the seventh decade of life still asking two questions that in one way or another the great majority of my 165 published books have sought to answer: 1.) Who are we as a species? 2.) What is our destiny? The basic reason that I wrote Worlds Before Our Own (G.P. Putnam‘s Sons, 1978; Anomalist Books, 2007) is that I have always found it incredible that such sophisticated people as we judge ourselves to be, do not really know who we are. Archaeologists, anthropologists, and various academicians who play the “origins of Man” game, reluctantly and only occasionally acknowledge instances where unique skeletal and cultural evidence from the prehistoric record suddenly appear long before they should — and in places where they should not. These irritating artifacts destroy the orderly evolutionary line that academia has for so long presented to the public. […] Read More