East Meets West

December 27, 2020 The Spaniards questioned the natives very closely regarding the location(s) of where they obtained the gold and other precious metals. It was obvious to the Spaniards that the Caribbean and Yucatán were not the primary source(s). The Maya said they had learned the art of gold smithing from the Toltec, sure, said […]

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Additional Thoughts On Gaia

September 26, 2020 A fiery ball of molten lava – the beginning of our planet, four and a half billion years ago. There was no atmosphere, no oceans, and no rock, as we know it; the conditions were too hot for the molten material to form solids. But, slowly, things cooled, and five hundred million […]

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The Cracked Egg

August 29, 2020  The thing that I call the Holy Grail, it is not just about a cup, or religion. For me it encompasses many different subjects. Earth and its geologic processes is a main area of interest. Our former overlords, the Annunaki, the bible’s god, gave us the Ennuma Elish. This document gives us […]

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Water Everywhere

May 31, 2020 The biblical book of Genesis calls it Tia, which is short for Tiamat, the word means watery monster. We call it Earde or Earth; it formed 4.8 billion years ago in the space between Mars and Jupiter. At that time, planetary orbits had not settled in to their present configurations, 4 billion […]

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