By: Nikou
Zecharia Sitchin's theory of the origins of man, laid out thoroughly in his book Genesis Revisited, is controversial, to say the least. He skillfully combines both sides of a heated debate on how, not only man, but the universe came to be. The idea he...
By: John Devera
There is nothing very new about Andrew Collins' book From the Ashes of Angels. His main thesis is that modern technology was inspired by an advanced group of humans who appeared to primitive peoples as angels. These Atlanteans invested primitive humans in the Levant with...
By: Dave Franklin
Talk of Angels and the normal assumption ranges from New Age Spirituality to Christian Iconography. Andrew Collins studies into Angles has been purely from a historical point of view. Firstly we have to clear up a few points. Angels in the Christian sense are a...
By: Dave Franklin
Graham Hancock's work has followed an interesting evolution, moving from one connected subject to another. Although primarily a newspaper journalist, in the early eighties he moved more in the direction of book writing. Initially his work followed a pattern of examining Third World culture and...
By: Katrina Murphy
Zecharia Sitchin, archaeologist and Sumerian scholar, proposes a theory on the origins of man that easily instigates controversy within religious and scientific fields of study. A look into a lifetime's work and study by Sitchin takes you on a fascinating journey through thought provoking evidence...
By: Ray Burke
The Human Template Theory:Haven't I seen you before in another city, another company, another time? Is evolution playing tricks on our eyes? I think that humans are being manufactured off an evolutionary production line (hints of a hidden designer after all?) where carbon copies...
Is Cryptozoology a Science
By: R.A. Scott
Cryptozoology is the study of unknown animals. Animals that have been presumed to exist but haven't been seen in ages. Many have begun to think that the animal is extinct or has never existed in the first place. Locals may claim to have seen the...
Thor Heyerdahl: His amazing voyages
By: Jennifer Bunn
Thor Heyerdahl: Modern-Day ColumbusBorn in 1914 in Lanvik, Norway, Thor Heyerdahl exhibited a precocious interest in nature and animal life. As a child, he created a small museum in his home. Educated at the University of Oslo, he majored in zoology and geography. Heyerdahl mounted...
Views on the theories of evolution
By: James D. Bentham
Evolution is a theory, not a fact. It's the classic evolution denier's preface to an argument against evolution's validity. Whether it's a case of equivocation bred from disingenuity or ignorance, the imaginary straw man is commonly summoned with the belief that it will stump "secularists...
Cryptozoology
By: everending
To say cryptozoology is not a valid science is to say that theology is not a valid science either, nor philosophy or some cultural studies. Cryptozoology is not simply the study of mythical creatures; it is the study of creatures that have not yet been...

 

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