Reviews of Cracks and Crevasses, Under Everest, Venom and Vines, Seas of Everest, Dragons of Everest.Read More
Author: Erin MacMichael
When people are convinced that the self is untrustworthy or that the universe is not safe, they begin to pull in their realities to contract their abilities. They become frightened people and frightened people do not want freedom, mental or physical. They want shelter, a definite set of rules. They want to be told what is good and bad. They lean toward compulsive behavior patterns. They seek out leaders – political, scientific or religious – who will order their lives for them.Seth, channeled through Jane Roberts in The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events
Zecharia Sitchin’s prolific work in translating clay tablets from the Sumerian culture has undoubtedly provided mankind with a breakthrough in understanding many pieces of our race’s murky past.Read More
This scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail is one of the sharpest pieces of comedy ever scripted.Read More
Legends and stories from all over the world describe humans or human-like gods killing dragons, serpents, or other reptilian creatures.Read More
The 2017 full solar eclipse has many Americans buzzing about catching a glimpse of this somewhat rare event happening over our airspace. But how many of those people ask themselves the obvious questions that are literally slapping us in the face?Read More
Source: The Onion.
THE HEAVENS—Saying that the various belief systems had a “good run” over the last few millennia but that it was probably time for humans to get by on their own, the Lord Our God, He Who Is Seen And Unseen, proclaimed Monday that He would begin slowly weaning humanity off religion.Read More
And so with gods and men, the sheep remain inside their pen, though many times they've seen the way to leave.Genesis Songwriters: Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Steven Hackett, Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins
Stonehenge. One of the world’s most recognizable enigmas. Rising up from the wide, grassy Salisbury plain, these precisely placed giant monoliths defy common logic and inspire endless questions (and sometimes priceless song lyrics) in anyone who sees them.Read More
Giants. Ogres. Were they real?
We’ve all grown up with stories about really big man-like beings. They were usually depicted as cruel, cannibalistic baby-eating monsters, sometimes with muscular human bodies and thick manes of hair, occasionally with only one eye, and at times with green skin.Read More
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