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Religion, Language and Culture – Part One

Religion contributes to life within any culture by providing an explanation and reason for existence. Religion also brings people together under one umbrella while providing hope, and sometimes confidence, for a positive future. Religions shape the way people see themselves, others and the world around them.

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The Second Source

The second source to confirm ancient knowledge is a collection of literature. The collection comes from the Vedas, the Upanishads and the Puranas of India. These volumes hold remarkable science, some of which our present cultures are only beginning to look at. For example, the Upanishads deal directly with levels of consciousness at a considerably higher level than can be dealt with today. A short explanation of what these works deal with will help the reader to understand the significance of the knowledge they contain.

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We Know…

There are two sources of ancient knowledge. The oldest first-hand information available about the ‘science’ of the ancients is preserved in astronomically aligned structures like the pyramids and monuments such as Stonehenge etc. The second source of ancient science is called the Veda, the knowledge from an ancient Vedic culture. These two sources of information remind us our ancient relatives were much more than uneducated thugs and cave dwellers. Nor can we continue to assume the roots of all knowledge rest within the last 5000 years.

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Knowledge in DNA

There is ample evidence showing whole strains of humans have come and gone. Maybe we too will be replaced. Maybe our days are numbered? At the moment DNA testing is showing how we are all related to each other, one way or another. According to legend, and DNA research, we certainly aren’t the only critter to fall under the heading of human. Just as there are birds, many different varieties of birds, chances are there were other forms of human beings. 


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Distortions Galore

  The last three years have taught me how much of what we know just isn’t true. Common explanations about when time keeping began and who did it are filled with misconceptions. The Babylonians and Assyrians, brilliant though they were, were not the source of all...

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Maps Tell All

A map, apparently owned by a Turkish Admiral Piri Re’is, dating from 1513 provided solid evidence of the existence of advanced scientific and mathematical information, long before the common era.  So, what’s the big deal?  Why is this map important? What relevance...

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Exciting Times

My search into history has paid off. One highlight was the discovery of an culture older, older than the Vedic culture. While reading the Vedas I'm surprised at the number of times I read expressions of gratitude toward the ancients. I had thought the Vedic culture...

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Great News!

For the first time I have read unquestionable evidence denying an Aryan invasion into India. “The much-awaited DNA study of the skeletal remains found at the Harappan site of Rakihigarhe, Haryana, shows no Central Asian trace, showing the Aryan Invasion theory was...

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Facing Facts

Imagine a situation where you’d been told a lie so often you believed it. Imagine being told your neighbour’s father created your cell phone. Your neighbour’s father was liked by people on the block, so they all agreed he did it. Then someone said, “There has been a...

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