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THE ISLE OF SOLOMON'S GOLD

The gold of King Solomon is perhaps the greatest lost treasure in history. A mountain of gold was supposedly taken from the fabulous mines of Solomon, who constructed the first temple of Israel out of
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Lughnasadh (Lugh's Commemoration)

We may learn much about where we are going today by studying our ancient spiritual heritage. The following gives us one small example. So, how many curious individuals in contemporary society have eve
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TV and the Paranormal

Like many of those interested in the paranormal I watch all the paranormal based TV shows that seem limitless. I do have a few that I find worth watching where well investigated ideas,
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Magic of Celtic Ireland Tour 2013

There is a magic about Ireland which is recognized by people worldwide, maybe because its name means Land of the Goddess Eriu. Be open to magic and it will happen! - our Celtic ancestors knew this and
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Untouched Royal Tomb Found in Peru

A rare, undisturbed royal tomb has been unearthed in Peru, revealing the graves of three Wari queens buried alongside gold and silver riches and possible human sacrifices.
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Are There Really Monsters Out There and What Does The Government Know About Them?

For absolutely decades, rumors, tales and legends have surfaced to the effect that government agencies all around the world and since at least the early to mid1800s onwards - have been secretly colle
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From Mars To Earth, Matteo Ianneo's Archaeological Research

I have devoted a great deal of time in research into archaeological discoveries on the planet Mars, beginning years ago with the discoveries made by Richard C. Hoagland's analysis of pictures of the..
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Mayday and the unsurpassable human spirit

By Mayday in the north of Britain we usually have by this time seen attractive cherry tree blossom, hanging in beautiful pink clusters. However, the damp and chilly spring weather appears to be hangin
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The "Ribbon of Holes" in Peru

Contributing Editor Guillermo D. Gimenez has posted a photo of one of the most unusual formation in Latin America: The "Banda de Agujeros" (literally, the "ribbon of holes") near the Peruvian valley o
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Communicating with the multidimensional Realms of Gaia

Gaia was the name given by the ancient Greeks to the Earth goddess. In our modern western societies, we have progressively distanced ourselves from Gaia and the vast web of life, physical and spiritua
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The Pyramids and the Bible

Much has been written over the years about the three large pyramids of Giza, and the Sphinx, and thousands of years later we still don’t know who built them, how they were built, or for what purpose.
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Uncover the Cosmic Wisdom of Ancient Egypt

The ancient Egyptians were very aware of the Cosmic Cycles and their many temples and structures of higher learning, healing, and initiation heavily reflects this knowledge.
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Trekking Through Machu Picchu Part II

Note: the caretaker's house top left. The thatched roof has been added to demonstrate how the roofs were covered.
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Trekking Through Machu Picchu

We left the small town of Aguas Calientes around 6 a.m. and boarded a bus that took us up to the top of the mountain where Machu Picchu is situated. The road up this mountain was very narrow, so narro
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Machu Picchu- Home of the Kings

After arriving at Machu Picchu you are welcomed by, what seems at first to be a contradiction in location. Expecting to find a five-hundred year old city atop an Andean Mountain, I was pleasantly surp

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