Today we lift the veil and enter the Secret World:
- Last month, Anthony North wrote about the mysterious Count St Germain.
- A 1000-year-old Viking treasure trove has been dug up in a Swedish garden. Hrmm, I haven’t heard from a few Swedish friends in a while…
- If you have a cool $30million to spare, you might like to bid for the Magna Carta. Kat says the American Bill of Rights went for a cookie.
- In an excerpt from his new book (Amazon), Philip Gardiner discusses why Egyptologists are afraid to speak their minds about the Great Pyramid.
- Philip Gardiner’s book Secret Societies is full of eye-opening revelations about the Freemasons, Templars, Illuminati, Nazis, and the Serpent Cults (Amazon).
- At the height of Nazi Germany, an enigmatic German swami pursued his Grail Quest and search for Shambhala in Sri Lanka.
- Why did the Nazis send an expedition to Tibet in search of Shambhala?
- A brilliant photo gallery of the pilgrimage to the Cave of the Thirteen Golden Chortens, from Kathmandu-based writer Ian Baker.
- An excellent article discussing the Tibetan tradition of beyul, secret or hidden lands, empowered by the Guru Rinpoche as havens.
- In his book The Heart of the World, Ian Baker describes his expedition to find the mythical Tsangpo Gorge in Beyul Pemako, the ‘Hidden Lotus-Shaped Land’. I highly recommend it (Amazon US or UK).
- Ancient Aztecs and Egyptians who lived centuries and thousands of miles apart both worshipped feathered-serpent deities.
- Was an Israeli strike on Syria a cover for an encounter with an alien spacecraft?
- Doyen of UFOlogy Stanton Friedman lists the top five reasons why governments keep knowledge of alien spacecraft secret.
- An intriguing interview with Mike Fortson, an eyewitness to the Phoenix Lights.
- Ugandan police have arrested 12 leaders of a doomsday cult who believe floods swamping large parts of the country herald the end of the world.
- Researchers have identified the nonconscious attention system that allows humans to maintain awareness of an animal’s location and behaviour.
- Like a network of computers, clever plants chat to each other. Ayahuasca?
- Ayurveda, an ancient Indian form of medicine still practiced today, is under threat from Globalisation.
- Fertilisers from farms and lawns are responsible for frog deformities.
- Neural cells in a box will help detect chemical terrorism threats. I’ve sent Stice a copy of Shelley’s Frankenstein.
- Beginning with a protest of 100’000 Buddhist monks, protests continue in Myanmar (Burma), with the Junta killing one protestor and wounding five others. In 1988 protests, up to 3000 people were killed.
Quote of the Day:
Fear is not the natural state of civilized people.
Aung San Suu Kyi