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Why The Fall?

The mythological stories of Creation, Paradise, and the Fall have always charmed me. Having adopted the Saturn myth as a personal belief, I now can see the evidence for a past physical paradise and a human experience that was completely different than the one we…


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Money Matters

What is going on with our financial system? Since the last post I have invested much time in the financial blogosphere seeking an understanding of how the system works.  It is a subject that is alternately arcane and exceedingly simple. Money is something we take…


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The Matrix

The last post, the Saturn Death Cult, explored possible origins of occult knowledge influencing our culture today. This information, which has been hidden due to both ignorance and subterfuge, reveals a startling window into our human past. There is a great deal of information about…


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Saturn Death Cult

The Saturn Death Cult is built atop the Saturn Polar Configuration theory, the subject of the last post.  It is a thesis constructed by Troy McLachlan, a scholar from New Zealand and is discussed in his web site, saturndeathcult.com. The subject is titled, “The link…


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Saturn Polar Configuration

The Saturn Polar Configuration theory is so revolutionary and so mind-boggling, that if proven correct, our conventional understanding of human and planetary history in the last 15,000 years needs to be completely revised. Few people have encountered this story, even though it has been brewing…


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The Electric Universe

The Electric Universe (EU) theory represents one of the most startling paradigm shifts in astrophysics and astronomy to appear in generations.  It is however, still considered fringe by the establishment who cling to the Standard Model based on Newtonian physics coupled with Einsteinian notions of…


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New Beginnings

This Buddhist blog has morphed into something else. It is a platform I created originally to address little known and controversial facts about the history of Buddhism. I wanted to let people know that this tradition has an alternative storyline than the one being marketed…


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Western Mystery Religions

Another non-Buddhist post – maybe I need to create another blog! The subject of this article is one dear to my heart and has been since my early twenties. I researched it in the 1970’s as part of my undergraduate study, and recently returned to…


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Mushrooms, Myth and Mithras

Veering away from the topic of Buddhism again, this post is a review of the scholarly book, Mushrooms, Myth and Mithras by Ruck, Hoffman, and Celdran, published this year by City Lights Books of San Francisco. No less a person than Huston Smith says, “An…


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What the Buddha Thought

What the Buddha Thought is the title of a book written in 2009 by Richard Gombrich.  It follows on from his previous book, How Buddhism Began. Gombrich is a scholar of the first order, is an expert in the Pali language, and taught at Oxford…


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