Author of the Month
We get hundreds of messages posted to our board each day. Many of these include link and book recommendations. Thanks to Geoff, one of our MB regulars, we now have pretty up-to-date list of all recommended urls and books. We haven't had a chance to check them all out ourselves, and so there could be a few that are irrelevant or even weird. But we're working on a system to allow surfers to post their own opinions about books and urls to this site. Watch this space!
Geometry and form in the Natural World
A website that examines the links between the natural cycles of nature, ancient culture, conciousness and the rise of technology.
Site containes articles by Sir Fred Hoyle and Prof. Chandra Wickramasinghe as well as many other resources devoted to this "life from space" theory.
"Chandra Wickramasinghe, a former student of Sir Fred Hoyle, is a distinguished astronomer who has made important contributions to the theory of cosmic dust. In 1974 he first proposed the theory that dust in interstellar space and in comets was largely organic, a theory that has now been vindicated."
An Annotated & Illustrated Collection of Worldwide Links to Mythologies, Fairy Tales & Folklore, Sacred Arts & Sacred Traditions by Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D.
Page dealing with the Great Pyramid. Contains some nice photos.
From the site's intro:
This website will seek the truth and the integrity underlying the information found on the Internet in the area of spiritual and conscious evolvement -- the co-creation of a healthy and peaceful world.
Site dealing with pyramids in China.
Series of articles Immanuel Velikovsky dealing with things like "The Hebrew Cosmogony" to "Astronomical Knowledge Before the Deluge" to "The Worship of Saturn".
Ian Lawton coauthored Giza: The Truth with Chris Ogilvie-Herald. The book attacked the the theories of John Anthony West and Robert Schoch regarding the antiquity of the sphinx (as indicated by patterns of erosion). West himself has published numerous rebuttals of these and other criticisms as part of a series called "Giza: The (Half) Truth". This site contains some of the correspondence between authors involved in this area of heated debate.
Presented here are summaries of current academic thinking, research projects and debates as well as information on the Author's book, written in reaction to Michael Cremo's best-selling "Forbidden Archeology" and "The Hidden History of the Human Race."
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