Peter Canova, a student of esoteric knowledge for over 30 years, discussed the relationship between ancient wisdom and modern science. He spoke about the ancient mystery schools — a network of spiritual academies such as the Eleusinian school in Greece, the Pythagorean school in Italy, and the Druidic centers in the British Isles. “The purpose of these schools…was to preserve a sacred wisdom concerning the creation,
humanity’s origin, and the true nature of reality,” he noted.
“The Ancients” knew much more than given credit for regarding Life, The Universe, Astronomy, Advanced Mathematics, Magnetism, Healing, Unseen Forces etc.
Encoded knowledge is information that is conveyed in signs and symbols and we can find this knowledge all over the world. All these ancient sightings and geometric patterns (Sacred Geometry) symbolise unseen forces at work. We are being lied to by the media. Modern archaeologists don’t know what they’re talking about. “The Ancients” were not stupid or primitive. We just failed to de-code this knowledge conveyed in signs, symbols and ancient artwork. This kind of information is kept hidden from the public.
Venturing ever-so slightly from the haunting & spirit topic, but an area of intrigue and mystery no-less I have to say, is meaningful coincidences or better known as (and coined by Carl Jung) Synchronicity.
I have been studying this subject matter for around 3 years now and after a very short period of time trying to comprehend what various authors and ancient scriptures were claiming, I began having personal experiences that far surpassed my own comprehension of what “Reality” was and how we all define it. Who set in stone how this universe (One-Song) really works and do we all genuinely believe that we have it all figured out now? Looking around ourselves at present, can we truly think that we are at the peak of evolution when there are obvious unsolved problems, in the form of world mysteries such as the Egyptian pyramids and sacred sites built with such precision that we would struggle to replica them today!! Continue reading →
Region :Perthshire Location : Perth Details : Huntingtower castle has been the focus of a history of royal intrigue, which led to the original name of the castle – Ruthven, being changed form its earlier association with the Ruthven family
The Ruthven family – who were to become the earls of Gowrie – originally built the castle as an imposing square keep in the 1400’s. Later, in the 16th century, a tower house was built and the two structures joined by a central building.
Mary Queen of Scots stayed here with her husband Darnley. The castle was also involved in later royal intrigue, when The Earl of Gowrie kidnapped James the VI in 1582 and held him in the tower. He later managed to escape, and this led to the Ruthven family’s fall from grace, culminating in the castles confiscation, and changing of the castle’s name from Ruthven Castle to Huntingtower Castle around 1600 Continue reading →
There is great concern when you see reported studies that brush aside possible psychic phenomena in favour of left brained theories and pre-judged assumptions from researchers. I have great respect for people who have spent time learning and studying, to then be presented with letters after their name or certificates to proudly show off, its a great achievement. What I have no time for though is lack of forward movement and using own initiative to understand that we may not have all the answers. You see, some would rather just pin a label and medicate via the large and extremely rich pharmaceutical companies….there is something wrong here!!
Who wrote the text books and why do we blindly follow them as gospel?
The activity occurred at Enfield in North London, at 284 Green Street, a council house rented to Peggy Hodgson, a single parent with four children.
During this time furniture is said to have moved by itself, knockings on the walls were heard, and children’s toys were said to have been thrown around and to have been too hot to touch when picked up. A police officer signed an affidavit to affirm that she saw a chair move. Reports of the activity attracted various visitors including mediums and members of the press. One photographer reported being hit on the forehead with a Lego brick. After visiting the house, George Fallows, a senior reporter for the Daily Mirror, suggested that the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) be called in to investigate.
Mary King’s Ghost Fest is funded and organised by one of Edinburgh’s most popular and important tourist attractions, The Real Mary King’s Close, and is supported by a growing number of organisations across the city.
Mary King lived at the top of one of narrow Closes off the Royal Mile until her death in 1644. The Close, later named after her, was preserved when the City Chambers was constructed over the site in 1853. What remains today is a strange underground time – capsule of small houses and spaces, steeped in mystery and shrouded in dark stories.
Thought to be one of the most haunted places in Scotland, The Real Mary King’s Close has appeared on Living TV’s Most Haunted twice and more recently the Sci-Fi Channel’s Ghost Hunters International. It is therefore fitting that a number of special events take place at this venue throughout the festival.
Maybe controversial if I am being completely honest as it tends to not fit the in-place paradigm and will have a few squirming as they read. Where am I going with this you ask, whats the topic of conversation and what controversial angle am I hitting today.
I am speaking about out-of-the-box thinking, research, observation and mystery solving from a new angle. My modus operandi while approaching my projects here far surpass the stale stagnant movement of science when they approach the paranormal topic. Please do not get me wrong, I love science and what it has done in certain quarters but lets not beat around the bush here. Continue reading →
THE DARK, claustrophobic streets running off the Royal Mile lead away from the light and downhill into the shadows. These half-forgotten reminders of Edinburgh’s insanitary past provide a perfect setting for a suitably spooky atmosphere. Largely built upon the ruins of centuries gone by, it is not just those of a sensitive nature who feel a certain frisson when they walk past.
Admitting to a spine-chilling creepiness is one thing, but deciding that you believe in ghosts is quite another.There are few places better situated to debating paranormal phenomena than Mary King’s Close, Edinburgh’s notoriously haunted spot below the City Chambers. The close was inhabited during the 16th and 17th centuries before the plague ravaged families living in the tightly packed tenement buildings. A century after the illness broke out, the city partly sealed the abandoned homes and alleyways, prompting chilling stories about paranormal sightings of previous inhabitants. Continue reading →