Creation, transgression, and the loss of an idyllic state, which are central to the story of Adam and Eve

According to the Bible, before the flood, people lived for several hundred years, but after the flood, their lifespans dramatically decreased.


Yahweh YHWH

Yahweh is often shown as a violent and jealous deity, commanding the extermination of entire populations, such as in the story of Saul and the Amalekites in 1 Samuel 15.

As for why Krishna is depicted as blue, there are different interpretations and explanations.

In the beginning, Cagn created the world. Initially, everything was chaotic, and as he shaped the world, he had to fight and defeat many powerful and evil creatures.

Izanagi and Izanami are central figures in Japanese mythology, particularly in the creation myths of Shintoism.

James Croll

Climate and Time

James Croll discovered that long-term changes in Earth’s climate are driven by variations in its orbit and axial tilt, known as Milankovitch cycles. These cycles include eccentricity (~100,000 years), precession (~26,000 years), and obliquity (~41,000 years).

Ignatius Donnelly

The Destruction of Atlantis

Ignatius Donnelly (1831-1901) was an American politician, writer, and amateur scientist. He is known for his diverse interests and contributions in several fields, including politics and history

Father Seán ÓLaoire

Seven Levels of Existence

Father Seán ÓLaoire discusses multiple dimensions of existence, including seven levels for both humans and Earth, such as the physical, astral, and soul levels


The Rainbow

The teachings emphasize that besides the seven visible colors, there is an eighth color: clear Crystal Light. This concept aligns with the traditional teaching that all things come in multiples of four, up to 32, based on the sacred number four.

The monster, who was old and gray and had control of hoarding all the water, agreed to create paths for the water to flow where the Diné would live. He let the water loose from the big lake in the north and promised to bring water down from the mountains

All things undergo a birth process and were brought into existence for us in the third world.


The Anasazi

The Anasazi were people who worshipped the darkness, as we are told. They made their prayer offerings to the darkness.

Cinnamon has a storied history dating back to antiquity. It was imported into Egypt as early as 2000 BC

Paul Wallace

A populated universe

Paul Wallace reveald how biblical texts may depict advanced extraterrestrial beings influencing early human civilizations. He explores themes of hybridization and underwater bases.

The Akitu festival was celebrated twice a year in ancient Mesopotamia, most notably at the beginning of the Babylonian calendar’s first month, Nisannu (March-April), and again in the seventh month, Tashritu (September-October).


King David

King David is a pivotal figure in the history and religious traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Sabine Baring-Gould

The death of Adam

At 930 years old, Adam encountered the Angel of Death, who appeared as a goat. Adam protested, claiming he was promised 1000 years, but the Angel reminded him of his gift of 70 years to David.

Ivan, a young hero from a small village, sets out on his quest after hearing the elders speak of the mystical Alatyr stone, which grants wisdom and power to its possessor.

Mythical creature


A phoenix is a mythical bird known for its cycle of death and rebirth, featuring prominently in various mythologies, particularly those of ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome

Hanns Hörbiger

The World Ice Theory

Ice was the substance of all cosmic processes, and ice moons, ice planets, and the “global ether” determined the development of the universe.

The Ahnenerbe was a Nazi research and teaching organization that operated from 1935 to 1945.

Greek mythology


In ancient Greek mythology, Elysium is a paradise where heroes and those favored by the gods could enjoy a blissful afterlife.

The Peach of Immortality, also known as the Peach of Longevity, is a significant element in Chinese mythology, particularly within Daoist traditions.