The ancient Necropolis is home to four tombs of the Achaemenid kings, carved on the perpendicular cliffs of the mountain. The tombs are sometimes known as the Persian crosses, after the shape Continue Reading →
Mesoamerica is home to a number of pyramids. Some of these pyramids are quite well-known, whilst others are much more obscure. Despite being recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest pyramid in the world, one of the less familiar pyramids is the Great Pyramid of Cholula.
It should be mentioned Continue Reading →
One of the largest archaeology projects in the UK has revealed Anglo-Saxon settlements, a Roman military camp, remnants of a Medieval village, and a wealth of archaeological treasures. That’s quite a lot for what first appeared as flat Cambridgeshire countryside! The Guardian reports that 200-plus archaeologists have Continue Reading →
An ancestral burial site belonging to native America culture has been found under the ocean near Key Manasota (Manasota Key Offshore, MKO), on the west coast of the Florida peninsula Continue Reading →
As noted by experts, this ancient ‘pyramid’ composed of a number of terraces of would have blazed in the Greek sun, visible from far off. Beneath the structure, researchers discovered traces of complex engineering and metal-working Continue Reading →
It has long been known that the Earth continually generates a low-frequency vibration signal, with attempts at recording the “hum” going back to at least 1959 while finally been conclusively proven in Continue Reading →
A new discovery on the Mediterranean island of Crete might be about to put yet another cat among those pigeons, as researchers claim that hominin footprints found on the island date back some 5.7 million years.
By: Josh Davis/IFL Science If the Continue Reading →
We’re taught in school that Christopher Columbus discovered America. Of course, the idea that you can discover a continent already inhabited by millions of other humans is, well, dubious at best, but now there’s more evidence that Columbus was not the first European to set foot on the continent of North America. Continue Reading →
In the 1930s while clearing the Costa Rican jungle for banana plantations, employees of the United Fruit Company began uncovering large stone spheres buried in the forest floor. Almost immediately, the mysterious spheres became prized lawn ornaments, ending up on the front yards of government buildings, homes of wealthy buyers and fruit company executives Continue Reading →
Archaeologists have successfully excavated the remains of a 3,000-year-old altar dedicated to the worship of the sun in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The ruins sit along the path what later became the famous Silk Road. The 300-foot structure is believed to have been Continue Reading →
When a total solar eclipse occurred just over 2,600 years ago, on May 28, 585 BC, the sight of it is believed to have been the main reason for the end of the battle between the Medes and the Lydians. This year’s anniversary of the strange phenomenon, comes in a year that Americans are getting ready to experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the same Continue Reading →
The space agency’s Van Allen Probe has detected an electron bubble around our planet, formed as a direct Continue Reading →
Half the world seems to say the Bible is pure bunk, while the other half says it’s, well, the word of God. Now comes a professor who isn’t religious to say that a baked tablet from ancient Babylon gives evidence that the biblical tower of Babel was real. And his evidence is quite persuasive. In linguistics, there is a theory that there was a single, original language spoken by Continue Reading →
A recent scientific discovery has drastically changed our view of the global carbon cycle and identified a new significant risk. Researchers have discovered a giant lake or reservoir made up of molten carbon sitting below the western US.
The molten carbon (primarily in the Continue Reading →
A Heiltsuk village site on B.C.’s mid-coast is three times as old as the Great Pyramid at Giza and among the oldest human settlements in North America, according to researchers at the Hakai Institute.
The excavation on Triquet Island Continue Reading →
A pair of scientists from Kazakhstan believe that our species was designed by a higher power, alien civilisation that either wanted to preserve a message in our DNA or simply plant life on other planets.
Maxim A. Makukov of the Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute and Vladimir I. Shcherbak from the al-Farabi Continue Reading →
An Indian court has recognised Himalayan glaciers, lakes and forests as “legal persons” in an effort to curb environmental destruction, weeks after it granted similar status to the country’s two most sacred rivers.
In a decision that aims to widen environmental protections in the mountainous region, the court granted Continue Reading →
The Cochno Stone, which Continue Reading →
In a world-first a New Zealand river has been granted the same Continue Reading →
Recent satellite data and rock samples led to the conclusion.
New Zealand and New Caledonia are part of the new continent, which is about as big as greater India. Continue Reading →
I am the voice of the Earth. I carry you in my body. The planet on which you live and walk is my body, the expression of my soul. You are welcome here because you are part of my body. Your body is part of me, made of earthly matter. Be very aware of the cells in your body, which are very small, independent entities that know exactly what they are supposed to do. They work toward balance and harmony Continue Reading →
There are many earth changes related dangers and they are becoming more frequent. Videos of recent fireballs show they are quite large with some creating air explosions. How indeed would you plan an escape from these? They are random and fast.
So far, most have landed in underpopulated regions but sooner or later they will find populated towns Continue Reading →
Greeting beautiful jewels upon the Earth, I honour the light that you are and emanate. I honour your continuous connection with the divine Creator; I honour the truth that you behold. I am Mother Earth also known as Goddess Gaia, my heart and all that I am is with you now. Every moment of your conscious awareness of the Earth I am present walking beside you, merging and synthesising with your entire Continue Reading →
On January 15, 2017 Mother Earth will be aligning her Crown Chakra into the Universal Grid of Sun-Stars! Mother Earth’s alignment of her Crown Chakra will be the sixth of her Seven Chakras to be aligned into the Universal Grid and serve to enable her full participation in the Continue Reading →
Beloved soul incarnate upon my body, I send my energy, love and truth to you, I am Mother Earth. It is a great honour to connect with your heart chakra from the space of my profound love for you. We are one, we are reflections of each other, I am you, and you are me. When you were born into the earthly reality, and onto my body, you merged an aspect of yourself/ your essence with me, our energy became united. I supported you in grounding into the earthly reality, supported you in embodying a physical body and connecting your consciousness with mine and those already present. Continue Reading →
Dear people, I am the voice of Mother Earth. I carry you through the journey of this, your human life. Feel me in your bones, in your flesh, in all the cells of your body. I supply the building blocks of your human body.
However, I am not only present in you on the physical plane, I am also an energetic being that is very old. I have a soul-energy, a spiritual life, and as soon as you are born on the skin of my body, I endow you with my energy, the energy of the Earth. The energy of me, of the Earth, moves along with those who live on me, i.e. all humanity. My energy is receptive to yours; I absorb it Continue Reading →
As homesteaders we have a dual role in life: To be fiercely self-sufficient and to ensure we leave our children a healthy, thriving planet. Did you know that planting strips of flowers along the edges of their fields, farmers can not only attract more pollinating bees but actually boost their population numbers? It’s true, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Sussex and published recently in the journal Molecular Ecology.
The study has major implications in a time of plummeting pollinator populations worldwide, which is placing global food production Continue Reading →
Dr. Persinger, cognitive neuroscientist and professor at Laurentian University in Ontario, is convinced that this is not only possible but is immanent in the coming future. Why? How? In short, his pioneering research shows a strong correlation between the Earth’s magnetic field Continue Reading →