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SEARCHING FOR ANTILIA & HYPERBOREA
Atlantis and Lemuria Were Not the Only Legendary Destinations of Antiquity
BY FRANK JOSEPH
The long-debated ancient civilizations of Atlantis and Lemuria are world-renowned. Far less so are their fellow high cultures, Antilia and Hyperborea. The former‘s name derived from the Latin anterior, suggesting a place ‘before‘ the western horizon. Its earliest written reference was cited in a biography of Quintus Sertorius written by the Roman historian Plutarch in his Parallel Lives.
SOCRATES & HIS INNER VOICE
Was the Great Philosopher Mentally Ill, or Something Else?
BY ROBERT M. SCHOCH, Ph.D.
Socrates is often regarded as one of the greatest philosophers the world has ever known. His trial in Athens, for irreverence and impiety toward the gods and corrupting the youth, has been considered “the founding myth of the academic discipline of philosophy“.
A. CONAN DOYLE & THE FAIRIES
Why Did the Creator of Sherlock Holmes Stake so Much on His Case for Little People?
BY HUNTER LIGUORE
Arthur Conan Doyle is known mostly for being the author of the detective fiction and adventures of Sherlock Holmes. With a recent television series, Elementary, not to mention the rebooted movie franchise, along with comics and books, Holmes has infiltrated every corner of daily life. And Doyle--perhaps cursing in his grave--is known for little else. One aspect of Doyle‘s life that seems to go unnoticed is his final work, a series of fantastical writings on his die-hard belief in fairies and channeled spirits.
THE PROSECUTION DOESN‘T REST
Evidence for Crime in the Great Pyramid Continues to Mount
BY SCOTT CREIGHTON
In 1765 the British consul to Algiers, Nathaniel Davison, discovered a hidden chamber directly above the King‘s Chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza. The entry to this chamber was gained via a precarious climb using a rickety, improvised ladder at the south end of the pyramid‘s Grand Gallery. It seems that the passage leading into this chamber had been accessible since the pyramid‘s construction
WHERE BE DRAGONS?
What If the Stories Were Not Entirely Imaginary
BY STEVEN SORA
There are universal beliefs shared around the globe of significant events. One is the Flood story; another is of a remarkable visitor arriving by sea to bring civilization to a primitive area. Both can be readily explained. Is the same true of Dragons?
THE RIDDLES OF TIME
Do the Orthodox Schedules of Our Past Really Line Up with the Facts?
BY WILLIAM B. STOECKER
Until a few decades ago, mainstream archaeologists, physical anthropologists, and paleontologists believed, on the basis of little more than guesswork, that the human species, Homo sapiens, was no more than perhaps 50,000 years old, making us one of the youngest species of large mammals on Earth. Prior to that time, we were told, there were primitive, ape-like ancestors of our species, and these evolved, in accordance with Darwinian natural selection, into people like us.
LADY LIBERTY & INDIGENOUS MOTHER WISDOM
The Ancient Bond Between Native Americans and the Goddess in New York Harbor
BY ROBERT HIERONIMUS, Ph.D. & LAURA E. CORTNER
“Where are your women?“ That‘s what our Native American leaders asked the European settlers as they gathered around the council fires trying to negotiate peace terms. “How can we possibly talk to you about peace if your women aren‘t here?“.
‘IMPOSSIBLE‘ MATERIAL USHERS IN THE GRAPHENE AGE
The Stuff the Journals Rejected Is Now the Coming “Revolution“
BY JEANE MANNING
A scientific revolution often isn‘t recognized by the science establishment when it first appears. Science journals rejected the first papers that announced success in making graphene. Only one atom thick, graphene is now called the most remarkable substance ever discovered. It could lend its name to the next era. Our species had its stone age, bronze age, iron age, and now we‘re entering a graphene age.