May 30, 2013
In the archives at Bologna University in Italy, a 118 ft long scroll of the complete Torah was discovered to be much older than previously believed. The scroll was re-examined by Professor Mauro Perani, who had noticed that the writing appeared to be from a Babylonian tradition, containing letters and symbols that were later forbidden by Jewish scholars. This would mean that the Torah would actually be more than 800 years old, as opposed to the earlier dating to the 17th century.
How can we be certain of the new date of the scroll?
Since the scroll is on lamb skin, it was able to be carbon dated. The tests by the University of Salento in Italy and the University of Illinois in the US, confirmed the theory, dating the text to between 1155 and 1225 CE. So congratulations to this sleuthy professor and his meticulous detective work!
The university plans to photograph and upload digital images onto their library’s website. Soon, everyone will be able to view this amazing re-discovery!
May 29, 2013
Former CIA Director and Defense Secretary Robert Gates, receiving a tour of the Ziggurat of Ur, Iraq, Jan. 19, 2007.
I am almost finished writing my next report which will be available this summer!
In my recent publication The Sumerian Controversy, available now on Amazon, I lifted the veil and exposed the elite political and corporate power structure behind the latest discovery near the ancient city or Ur.
In this follow-up, I push the boundaries of the accepted narrative, presenting an unbiased look at the hypotheses and beliefs of today's leading theorists. Ancient aliens, suppressed technology, stargates, free energy, ancient wisdom, the search for royal bloodlines; these are just some of the many alternative theories that have been proposed to explain the secrecy behind recent Sumerian archaeological excavations.
Could any of this be true, or is it all wild speculation? What does science say? Where is the evidence? Is it being hidden? What are the possible implications?
How far down this path would you be willing to travel?
May 14, 2013
I am excited to announce that I have signed with OWRN – Other World Radio Network™, as permanent radio show host. I am really looking forward to being part of this amazing team of truthseekers. The OWRN team is on the leading edge of bringing forward the truth on exopolitics, alternative history, ancient mysteries, hidden technologies, forbidden sciences, and real health solutions.
I will be premiering on OWRN on “Other World Radio” in June 2013. Additional information will be released on show dates and times by going to www.OtherWorldRadio.com.
I will also update everyone on my Facebook.
May 13, 2013
The print version of the my special report on the latest discovery near Ur is now available on
PDF version is also available here.
PDF version is also available here.
May 7, 2013
RIP to my favorite filmmaker, Ray Harryhausen (June 29, 1920 – May 7, 2013). This cinematic legend was known for his pioneering use of stop-motion animation he dubbed, "Dynamation.". He brought a number of ancient tales to life in classic films like my personal favorites, Clash of the Titans, the 7th Voyage of Sinbad, and Jason and the Argonauts.
Ray Harryhausen's spanning career influenced film makers such as Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, Peter Jackson, George Lucas and John Landis. In a full statement released by the family, George Lucas said, "Without Ray Harryhausen, there would likely have been no Star Wars".
As a child, I remember seeing Clash of the Titans for the very first time. It was on network TV one rainy afternoon and I remember the amazement and fear I felt when I saw Calibos snarl on screen. These films brought mythology to life and helped solidify my love of classics by instilling a sense of wonder and imagination that live in my heart to this day.
No matter what technologically advanced special effects films may use today, or in the future, nothing can compare to the beauty, art, and craftsmanship of Ray Harryhausen. He will be missed.
Here is a link to the The Ray & Diana Harryhausen Foundation.
May 1, 2013
May 1, or "May Day", has been celebrated around the world for a very long time. Early observances were likely derived from the spring festivals of ancient Babylon, Egypt and India, which is often the case. However, today its celebrations more closely resemble those of its pagan European origins.
The month of May is named after the Greek fertility goddess Maia, considered the most beautiful of the Seven Sisters, the Pleiades. She was the mother of Hermes, god of magic. Like many old world festivals, it celebrated fertility and developed into a type of “agrarian magic” to bless the first spring planting. The ancient Celts and Saxons celebrated May 1st as Beltane, a fire festival. The word 'Beltane' originates from the Celtic God 'Bel', meaning 'the bright one' and the Gaelic word 'teine' meaning fire.
During a time where societies were hunter-gatherer, evening celebrations on the night before May Day included people chanting and singing, blowing hunting horns, and lighting bonfires. This was sometimes led by a person dressed as Diana, Goddess of the Hunt, with someone else dressed as the horned god, Herne.
As time passed and society turned more agrarian, Diana and Herne came to be seen as fertility deities of the crops and fields. Diana became the Queen of the May, believed to be the origin of the modern tradition of pageant and festival queens. Herne became Robin Goodfellow, seen as a predecessor of Robin Hood, also known as the Green Man. The Green Man was a protective woodland spirit. He can be seen on many pieces of folk art as well as church decoration, even today.
An iconic symbol of May Day has been the Maypole, an important part of the festivities, though scholars debate about its origin and meaning. Some say it represents an Axis Mundi, the world's center or a connection between Heaven and Earth. Others say its roots are in traditional Germanic reverence of sacred trees. Some believe it could have originated from the Roman’s worship of the god Priapu and is a phallic symbol. According to some anthropologists, the explanation for the Maypole is that of simply symbolizing the growth of new vegetation.
Regardless of its origin, the Maypole tradition still takes place in many areas around the world, as do a number of diverse celebrations to usher in springtime.
Best wishes to all on this first day of May!