I recommend reading the Grail whilst listening to Moonbell, a music generator that plays musical scores based on lunar topographical data captured by Japan’s Selene probe.
- Two Bermuda Triangle disappearances may have been solved.
- Experts to explore the dark depths of Mayan sacred pools in Belize.
- Hunting hidden dimensions: black holes may reveal new realms of space.
- UFO evidence that doesn’t fit skeptical explanations of natural phenomena.
- The Eye: Masonic symbolism, ancient mystery, and the occult.
- National Geographic debunks 8 myths about the Freemasons.
- Freemasons welcome Dan Brown’s latest novel as “good fun”.
- Cosmic Log’s Alan Boyle asks, did Greg Taylor find the Lost Symbols?
- Rare 14th century Hebrew prayer book will be on public display.
- Archaeologists unearth 2000-year-old stone carving of a menorah.
- Roman-era figurines of Aphrodite discovered in Hippos, Israel.
- Gemstone engraved with portrait of Alexander the Great found.
- 9000-year-old ‘mother goddess’ figurines were toys, not sacred feminine art.
- 1600-year-old skeleton at Roman site in Britain mystifies archaeologists.
- Cave in UK yields teeth and bones from late Ice Age animals.
- Tiny Italian bat has unusually switched to hunting in daylight.
- Aussie witnesses two rabbits killing a snake. Getting pet rabbits soon, Greg?
- Evidence points to conscious ‘metacognition’ in some animals.
- Japanese town continues dolphin slaughter, despite international condemnation inspired by documentary film The Cove. Our metacognitive friends need help.
- Circue du Soleil founder on poetic mission as world’s seventh space tourist.
- A terrific blog exploring and collecting stories of synchronicity.
- A violin treated with fungus outplays a Stradivarius.
- Photos taken by 19th century globetrotter. A picture is worth a thousand words.
- Do bees dance to the music of the spheres?
Thanks, as always, to Kat and Greg.
Quote of the Day:
Every religion is true one way or another. It is true when understood metaphorically. But when it gets stuck in its own metaphors, interpreting them as facts, then you are in trouble.
— Joseph Campbell