July 23, 2014 in Ancient Myths, Classics, Conspiracy, Cover Story by Webmaster
Was there ever really a Trojan Horse? Did Homer actually exist? Did Pythagoras invent Pythagoras’ theorem? What made the Greeks to begin using money? How spartan were the Spartans?
July 10, 2014 in Ancient Myths, Classics, Conspiracy, Cover Story, Project Camelot, Uncategorized by Webmaster
Syria is seeing its cultural heritage vandalized, looted and destroyed by war.
February 12, 2014 in Ancient Myths, Classics, Cover Story, Other Faiths by Webmaster
By Nick Romeo. Was the Parthenon used as a site for virgin sacrifice? Does the Parthenon frieze depict virgin sacrifice, and was it built over the tomb of these maidens of myth?
February 7, 2014 in Ancient Myths, Cover Story, Uncategorized by Webmaster
By Luc Ferry – review. Are you a Cassandra or a Gorgon? What Greek myths can teach us about life, death and shopping.
August 13, 2013 in Ancient Myths, Beliefnet, Classics, Cover Story, Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Mainstream Religion, Occult Philosophy, Other Faiths, Uncategorized by Webmaster
The discovery of a Jewish synagogue at the magnificent treasury of Delos not only sheds light on lost Israelite gold. It also suggests that the Golden Age of Hellenism was to some extent paid for with King Solomon’s gold.
December 25, 2012 in Ancient Myths, Classics, Michio Kaku, New Age Science, Richard Branson by Webmaster
Does the Planck scale represent the end of mathematics where every calculation will in due course break down to zero and infinity? Or will we require a new mode of mathematics with some Homeric style?
December 11, 2012 in Ancient Myths, Beliefnet, Chariots of The Spirit, Classics, Fortean, Mainstream Religion, New Age Science, Other Faiths by Webmaster
A Black Sea region mega-flood. Many archaeologists believe that such an event may have happened, even if it doesn’t strictly match up to legendary accounts.
October 15, 2011 in Ancient Myths by Webmaster
These are cultural stories that illustrate how things work, how the universe works. It brings a deeper meaning to the experience of being Scandinavian.