The Bosnian Pyramids Mysterious Electromagnetic & Healing Powers

Every year extraordinary discoveries reveal more about our ancient past. But there may be few as fascinating or profound as the recent discovery made in Bosnia, Herzegovina. In 2005, archaeologist Semir Osmanagich –was, visiting a museum in Visoko when he realized, stunned, that a very large hill in the valley had four clear triangular sides, …[continue reading]

Ireland Ur of the Chaldees

Perhaps nothing is more characteristic of the present age than the advances made from all quarters in the cause of truth. Dogma, as well as theory, is subjected to the investigations of the thoughtful; and nothing is allowed to pass as true without bearing its full complement of laudation and abuse. Facts often make their …[continue reading]

Plato: The Failure of Democracy

Plato: The Failure of Democracy Plato (427-347) is often described as the greatest Western philosopher. Historians like to quote A. N. Whitehead who said: “The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.” Plato was born into an aristocratic Athenian family, and he grew …[continue reading]

A White House Insider’s Journey Down The Rabbit Hole and Back to Magnificence

A White House Insider’s JourneyDown The Rabbit Hole and Back to Magnificence Written and gratefully experienced by Fred Burks Fred Burks served for 18 years as a language interpreter with the U.S. Department of State, eventually interpreting for Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and numerous other world leaders. Late in his career, he stumbled down …[continue reading]

Blessed Unrest: Paul Hawken

Creating Heaven on Earth The global awakening is spreading rapidly. Hundreds of thousands of organizations and many millions of people around the world are now joining in a profound movement to usher in an exciting new paradigm. And as others are attracted to the clear way we radiate love, joy, and authenticity and to how …[continue reading]


The greatest transformation in human history is currently unfolding. An elegant metaphor to represent this is the metamorphosis of a butterfly. When a caterpillar reaches a certain point in it’s own evolution, it savagely consumes everything in sight, eating hundreds of times it’s own weight. This catalyses the emergence of new cells in the caterpillar’s …[continue reading]