2015: History Of The Universe And Our Earth Origins

Dan Winter explains our alien ancestry dating back to the Anunnaki, the Seraphim, and the Nephilim. Learn about the Alpha Draconians, Andromedans, Nibiru, the Dogon, Orion wars, DNA manipulation and much more! video at end of this article by Dan Winter Talk about all done with mirrors…. Remember what they said about the electron (’there is only ONE, it just GETS AROUND’), might be true of Thoth. Thoth = Pure Rigelean Orionian? = the Illumined Enochian Master = Quetzalcoatl = Hermes = Enki’s Son = Raismes of Aphra = The Atlantean = Tut!? (=Jesus?!)… Built the Pyramid, Started the Calendar… Superman changing capes… doesn’t hold a candle to this fellow. But what have we learned about “Redeeming” our gene pool? In addition to Simeon and Maia’s detailed “Temple Doors” websites on Thoth, (The Temple of Thoth – excerpted below) Thoth is also the stated author/ inspirator of today’s modern […] Read More

1998: Saqqara Bird

The Saqqara Bird is a bird-shaped artifact made of sycamore wood, discovered during the 1898 excavation of the Pa-di-Imen tomb in Saqqara, Egypt. It has been dated to approximately 200 BCE and is now housed in the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities in Cairo. The Saqqara Bird has a wingspan of 180 mm (7.1 in) and weighs 39.12 g (1.380 oz). Its function is not understood because of a lack of period documentation. Some think the Saqqara Bird may be a ceremonial object because the falcon, the bird after which the Saqqara Bird is modeled, is the form most commonly used to represent several of the most important gods of Egyptian mythology, most notably Horus and Ra Horakhty. Some have suggested that the Saqqara Bird may represent evidence that knowledge of the principles of aviation existed many centuries before such are generally believed to have first been discovered. Egyptian physician, archaeologist, […] Read More

2014: Mysterious Link Between the Great Pyramids and Orion’s Belt

Video – Many believe that there is a deeper significance of the Great Pyramids at Giza, beyond the assumption that was built solely as tombs of the pharaohs. The Ancient Egyptians appear to have built the pyramids in alignment with the three stars of Orion’s belt. The various features of these structures seem to have strong astrological importance. Here’s a short video from the History Channel that offers more insight into recent speculations about the meaning of the Great Pyramids. Below is an additional discussion about the Pyramids and the Sphinx of ancient Egypt, where Graham Hancock explores in more detail the features of these archeological mysteries and their potential meaning. ~~ Help Waking Times to raise the vibration by sharing this article with friends and family… The post Mysterious Link Between the Great Pyramids and Orion’s Belt appeared first on Waking Times.

2013: Unusual Rock Art Discovered in Egypt

Unusual rock art has been discovered in Egypt on the west wall of a valley in the Kharga Oasis, located in Egypt’s western desert. Experts have tentatively identified the rock carvings as spiders, despite the fact spiders do not appear in any other rock carvings in Egypt. Looking at the images, I’m having a hard time seeing them as spiders, but more as stars. From the original article: The main panel shows what appears to be a few spiders, with a “star” that’s possibly meant to depict a web next to the spider on the far left. There are also comblike drawings that are more enigmatic; Ikram said they could be insects being trapped by the spiders, plants or even silken tubes spun by the spiders. A piece of rock that appears to have been broken off the main panel depicts creatures drawn in a different style, their limbs […] Read More

PREFACE: The Emerald Tablets of Thoth The Atlantean

The history of the tablets translated in the following pages is strange and beyond the belief of modern scientists. Their antiquity is stupendous, dating back some 36,000 years B.C. The writer is Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King, who founded a colony in ancient Egypt after the sinking of the mother country. He was the builder of the Great Pyramid of Giza, erroneously attributed to Cheops. (See The Great Pyramid by Doreal.) In it, he incorporated his knowledge of the ancient wisdom and also securely secreted records and instruments of ancient Atlantis. For some 16,000 years, he ruled the ancient race of Egypt, from approximately 50,000 B.C. to 36.000 B.C. At that time, the ancient barbarous race among which he and his followers had settled had been raised to a high degree of civilization. Thoth was an immortal, that is, he had conquered death, passing only when he willed and even […] Read More

2005: The lost tomb of “the father of Egypt”. Discovery that has never been made!

08/23/2005 11:14 Poor translation leads to the news in the Russian media about the discovery, which had not been made actually The Egyptian archaeology provides us with a lot of surprises and unexpected discoveries every year. However, sometimes a “sensation” turns out to just journalists’ mistakes. This is what happened with the supposedly discovered untouched tomb of the king Amenhotep I that was even compared with the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb. Poor translation and misinterpretation of the words of Dr. Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt, lead to the news in the Russian media about the discovery, which had not been made actually. In fact, the Minister of Culture of Egypt Faruk Hosni just confirmed that the joint Egyptian-Polish expedition gained the right to start the diggings at the Necropolis of Thebes aiming at the discovery of Amenhotep’s tomb. Zahi Hawass supported the […] Read More

Ancient Civilisations: Six Great Enigmas

By WILL HART & ROBERT BERRINGER We stand today at an unprecedented turning point in human history. In recent years two versions of ancient history have formed. One, we shall call ‘alternative’ history, the other we shall refer to as ‘official’ history. The former ponders over a variety of anomalies and tries to make sense out of the corpus of evidence, i.e., the pyramids and timelines, why they were built, by whom and when. The latter conducts digs, catalogs pottery shards, and tries to defend its proposal there are no enigmas, and virtually everything is explained. At one point perhaps as late as fifteen years ago these two camps seem to be engaged in an informal dialogue. That all changed after, 1) the Great Sphinx redating controversy caught Egyptologists off guard and, 2) the impact of Chris Dunn’s book The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt at the […] Read More

EMERALD TABLET I: The History of Thoth, The Atlantean

EMERALD TABLET I: The History of Thoth, The Atlantean I, Thoth, the Atlantean, master of mysteries, keeper of records, mighty king, magician, living from generation to generation, being about to pass into the Halls of Amenti, set down for the guidance of those that are to come after, these records of the mighty wisdom of Great Atlantis. In the great city of Kerr on the island of Undal in a time far past, I began this incarnation. Not as the little men of the present age did the mighty ones of Atlantis live and die, but rather from eon to eon did they renew their life in the Halls of Amenti where the river of life flows eternally onward. A hundred times ten have I descended the dark way that led into light, and as many times have I ascended from the darkness into the light, my strength and […] Read More

2009: Grand Canyon by David Hatcher Childress

excerpt from Archaeological Cover-ups by David Hatcher Childress Perhaps the most amazing suppression of all is the excavation of an Egyptian tomb by the Smithsonian itself in Arizona. A lengthy front-page story of the PHOENIX GAZETTE on 5 April 1909, gave a highly detailed report of the discovery and excavation of a rock-cut vault by an expedition led by a Professor S.A. Jordan of the Smithsonian. The Smithsonian, however, claims to have absolutely no knowledge of the discovery or its discoverers. The World Explorers Club decided to check on this story by calling the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., though we felt there was little chance of getting any real information. After speaking briefly to an operator, we were transferred to a Smithsonian staff archaeologist, and a woman’s voice came on the phone and identified herself. I told her that I was investigating a story from a 1909 Phoenix newspaper article about the Smithsonian […] Read More