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The Lost Cycle of Time – Part 1 28 March, 2014 – 01:58 walter Ancient cultures around the world spoke of a vast cycle of time with alternating Dark and Golden Ages; Plato called it the Great Year. Most of us were taught that this cycle was just a myth, a fairytale, if we were taught… Read More


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“Many hold it for an excellent idea to praise such an absurd matter like that sarmatic [Polish] astronomer, who moves the earth and lets the sun stand still.” Melanchthon in 1539 speaking about Heliocentric theory being proposed by a paper titled ‘Commentariolus’, by Renaissance mathematician and astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.… Read More


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Uncovering the ancient roots of leprosy New research conducted at the University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center is finally unearthing some of the ancient mysteries behind leprosy, which has plagued mankind throughout history. The study found that leprosy may be the oldest human-specific infection, with roots that likely stem back at least ten million years.… Read More