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Ancient Aliens

A distinct possibility

Given that we reside on a small obscure planet in some out of the way corner of our universe that extends beyond our imagination, to believe that we are the only intelligent life is pretty stupid. But until such time as one meets or perceives an alien from a realm beyond our Earth, such an existence remains a probability rather than something to be expressly believed in.

They have been a great many unexplained phenomenon referred to as UFOs, but the same can be said of God’s and ghosts because the seat of perception is within our own minds. When we experience something in our mind as all experience is, it can be rather challenging to know

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A History of Sex

And the evolution of the human condition

For many people, sex is something of a mystery, an obsession, highly pleasurable but also highly regulated. Some say that sex is a part of our primal nature and akin to the essence of life itself in part because every second, millions of cells are being born within our bodies.

Sex is elemental to life without which we would not exist. We turn to sex in the desire to breed, sharing joys, relieving sorrows and despite all the different moral codes around the world, and all ways of relating over our history, sex is not well understood and often badly performed.

Sex is one of the most obvious features of our dualistic world

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Pyramid Mysteries

When how and why?

We know of Egypt as a country in North Eastern Africa where life is concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River. What is referred to as Ancient Egypt is the period before 1000 A.D. extending back to about 5000 B.C. when the Sahara region was transforming from savannah to desert with the lakes and rivers drying up.

This forced the population to move and many would have gone into the Nile Valley where many historians say the early civilisation of Egypt came into being as one of six civilizations to arise within what’s referred to as the pre-dynastic period from 5500 to 3000 BC.

Historians tell us that Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC

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Sex in the Ancient World

The art of coexistence

Sex along with eating is one of the most natural of human activities. Our distant ancestors wore no clothing, they would have witnessed animals mating and discovered that sex was pleasurable. The pleasure that comes from having sex is natures incentive to ensure that we perpetuate our species and without that pleasure, we would likely have become extinct long ago.

Men and women are almost like two distinct species and if it was not for our need to reproduce, it seems probable as some thinkers say, that men would have killed all the women simply because they are stronger and have never understood them. Mind you women cannot understand men either, but for the most part

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A Middle Eastern Perspective

A great drying

When attempting to piece together the fragments of history, historians we need to take into account the ice ages and climatic changes. So what has been going on?

It is said that the drying out of the Sahara desert began some 20 or 30,000 years ago. In fact much of the region was an inland sea which over time dried out giving way to vast freshwater lakes and rivers. It seems probable that much of the region spreading from North Africa to central and southern Asia was well watered during the ice age and it seems likely that there were many great tracts of forest and wetlands across the region.

It is generally thought that about 5000

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History in context

Concepts of the Yugas, Astrological signs and Axial Precession

As I have so often said, we know very little about our history and the history that we think we know has been purposefully written to glamorise certain individuals and conceal unpleasant truths.

The idea of the time period referred to as a ‘yuga cycle’ has existed within Indian culture for thousands of years and interest about it only surfaced in the West when modern science discovered something called axial precession.

Within India that has been a great deal of misunderstanding about the yuga cycle which some pundits understood as being in the millions of years and somehow related to the birth and death of the physical universe which of course

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Herbal or Botanical Medicine

Natures medicines

Herbal or Botanical Medicine is the use of herbs (plants) for disease prevention and restoration of health.

Herbs and other plants have been used as medicines in most cultures and civilisations throughout history, either as single entities or as complex mixtures of several herbs or of herbs and other substances.

Modern medicine (pharmacology) grew from herbal medicines and to save costs and / or to make profits, the chemical/drug companies synthesised the active healing compounds found in plants to make most of the drugs we know today.

Herbal medicine is a major component in indigenous peoples’ traditional medicine and a common element in Ayurvedic, homoeopathic, naturopathic and traditional oriental medicine.

The prescription of specific herbal treatments

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Hindu and Hinduism

Hinduism is Not a Religion

There is an overwhelming popular misconception that Hindus; that is Hindu people follow a religion known as Hinduism. But this is not the case.

Go back a few hundred years and India was known as Hindustan, and name attributed largely by the British and the British East India company that for over 200 years exploited the land and people of Hindustan.

Many people commonly see Indian iconography and images of deities as religious objects, however this is far from the truth. The people of India do not worship any Creator God or craven image as Christians would have people believe. They have a far deeper understanding of how the universe works.

Hinduism along with the

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Easter Island

A remote and mysterious attraction

“Rapanui” or Easter Island is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean about 3.700 km from the South American continent and 2 093 kms east of Pitcairn, its nearest inhabited neighbour. The regular way to get there is by a 5 hr flight from Santiago in Chile.

The 163 square km island is volcanic and the larger of a chain of islands that once existed above water until the end of the last ice age. The remote location of the island makes it an important centre for weather, oceanic and aerospatial research. No one knows the ancient history, but today’s population is a mix of indiginous Polynesians, Chileans and tourists that are over-stretching

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Graham Hancock on History

All is not as we have been taught

Abby Martin interviews author and philosopher, Graham Hancock, about the mysteries of ancient civilization, hidden societies from the past, censorship by TED Talks and the difficulty in getting these ideas accepted by mainstream archaeologists and historians.

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