Golden Age

The pervasive reverence for the Cross, the myth of the Garden of Eden, and the construction of pyramids across ancient civilizations point to a shared cultural memory and religious symbolism

Man: Whence, How and Whither

Turanian, in Ancient Chaldaea.

The planets themselves were not believed to influence human affairs directly. Instead, the solar system was seen as one great being, with each part representing different aspects of it.

Father Seán ÓLaoire explains that, according to Gaelic mythology, Atlantis, or Tír fo Thuinn (the Land Under the Waves), was an advanced civilization that sank under the Atlantic Ocean.

Mankind is actually the successor of other intelligent creatures such as jinn and hinn

Frank Ontario

The Great Separation

Complex thoughts and emotions were conveyed through empathic telepathy. Before The Great Separation, physical death was a rarity.

Middle Eastern folk

One Thousand and One Nights

One Thousand and One Nights,” also known as “Arabian Nights,” is a famous collection of Middle Eastern folk tales compiled during the Islamic Golden Age

In ancient times, the Mū culture, also known as Pre-Tahitian Hawaiian Culture, operated under the governance of the “Kapu” system

Tatunca Nara told of the tribe of the Ugha Mongulala, a people who were “chosen by the Gods” 15,000 years ago. He described two great catastrophes that had devastated the earth and spoke of the ruler Lhasa