The Santa Fe Institute is a private, non-profit, multidisciplinary research and education center, founded in 1984. Since its founding SFI has devoted itself to creating a new kind of scientific research community, pursuing emerging science.
Operating as a small, visiting institution, SFI seeks to catalyze new collaborative, multidisciplinary projects that break down the barriers between the traditional disciplines, to spread its ideas and methodologies to other individuals and encourage the practical applications of its results.
A exhaustive site that tackles subjects ranging from Bigfoot and UFOs, to Ancient Egypt and Ghosts.
World-Mysteries.com is a non-profit organization. Explore with us lost civilizations, ancient ruins, sacred writings, unexplained artifacts, and science mysteries. Introduced are "alternative theories", subject experts, books, and resources on the Internet.
An alternative view of scientific discovery by
controversial writer, broadcaster and journalist Richard Milton
EARTHFILES is a crossroads in cyberspace for reports about science, medicine, the environment and real X-Files that go beyond the 6 o'clock news. EARTHFILES reporter and editor, Linda Moulton Howe, is an Emmy Award-winning TV producer, investigative reporter and author. She goes directly to the men and women who break new ground in science, medicine and environmental challenges. Linda also pursues real X-Files that focus on eyewitnesses from around the world who encounter high strangeness.
Linda has recently published interviews based around the 'Cuban Undersea Ruins'.
NEXUS is an international bi-monthly alternative news magazine, covering the fields of - Health Alternatives; Suppressed Science; Earth's Ancient Past; UFOs & the Unexplained; and Government Cover-Ups.
This magazine is a 'must have' for all those interested in any of the abovementioned topics. There is also an extensive book list for further reading and information on available videos and music. Don't be kept in the dark....find out what you're not being told!
Graham Hancock gave a lecture at the ARE headquarters in August 1999, and the Edgar Cayce Foundation is mentioned in Keeper of Genesis (The Message of the Sphinx). Check out their web-site. Edgar Cayce himself was a medium and prophet of the first half of the twentieth century, whose huge following still exists today. This site has a new quote from one of his readings put up each day.
The Alternative Theories section of the Ancient World Web currently contains around 25 hypotheses, mostly to do with Atlantis, in the form of book summaries, text postings and web pages, which can be rated by readers. Although some of the information seems quite off the wall - there is some interesting stuff there.
Laura Lee's radio show is broadcast over 75 American stations as well as over the web. It regularly hosts interviews with researchers who are prepared to argue against orthodox theories regarding human prehistory, life on Mars and other matters.
George Noory hosts a fabulously popular all-night radio show, broadcast throughout the United States on hundreds of stations, that offers independent researchers the opportunity to air their view across American airwaves and the Internet. This is the associated website.
This site is similar to The Noise Room in its range and bulletin style. There is a lot of witty and sensible input from the web-editors and this gives the site an organised feel and makes surfing it straightforward. Have a chuckle at the postings by two researchers who believe Hancock and Bauval are in league with aliens. The authors meet these accusations with great wit.
The Noise Room is a thriving discussion forum dedicated to everything unorthodox from Crop-Circles and UFOs to the Mysteries of Egypt. "Inspired by the books and work of Robert Bauval and Graham Hancock", it's regularly updated Archaeo-astronomy & Egyptology sections are especially worth a look with bulletin reports and other resources. This site will soon be hosting an email interview with Graham Hancock and John Grigsby, and surfers can put forward questions they think should be asked.
Although mentioned prominently in the title, this site isn't just about Atlantis but mysteries and unanswered questions from all around the world and of all kinds. Of note in particular are articles on the eerie crystal skulls and whether the ancients had the ability of flight. Both the site and the associated monthly magazine Atlantis Rising are of the highest quality.
Robert Bauval's new website is now on line. Robert and Graham have worked closely together for many years and have co-authored two books with more to come! Robert is the originator of the Orion correlation theory which has revolutionised thinking on the true purpose and meaning of the great pyramids of Egypt. His latest book, Secret Chamber, explores the possibility of a hidden Hall of Records at Giza and provides a mass of new information on this intriguing subject. His site will keep readers up to date with the latest developments at Giza and with his own original thinking about the mysteries of the pyramids and related matters.
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