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Learning To Use The Force

In the movie Star Wars, the force is a mysterious energy field created by life that binds the galaxy together. Harnessing the power of the Force gives the Jedi, the Sith and others sensitive to this spiritual energy extraordinary abilities, such as levitating objects, tricking minds and seeing things before they happen.

While mainstream Scientists and academia are mostly skeptical about a “real world” explanation for the Force, mystery school religions take it very seriously and teach its adherents how to work with similar subtle bio-energetic phenomena on a gradient. More from Robert Sepehr,  anthropologist and author.

Nordics And UFO Disclosure

There has been a lot of speculation regarding alleged advanced anti-gravitic technology following World War II, with some claiming the establishment of a secret space program based on these technological breakthroughs. A number of German scientists were said to have been incorporated by the US through Operation Paperclip, with a segment that may have escaped, according to some accounts of the events surrounding Operation High Jump in Antarctica. Here, Robert Sepehr explores the next steps — Nordics and UFO Disclosure. Sepehr is an anthropologist and author.

Occult Secrets of Ancient Persia

The term astro-theology explores the role that the stars, sun, moon, and other “heavenly bodies” have played in the formation of various religions and mythological systems. In these systems, the moon was often described as a feminine figure and the sun was frequently given masculine traits, which symbolically represented alchemical concepts utilized in mystery schools and various secret societies. More from Robert Sepehr, anthropologist and author.


The Noble Cult Of The Sun

Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologists, explores the origins of the Aryans. These nomadic peoples from India and Pakistan migrated westward into Iran and Iraq, finally into northern Africa and Europe. Did they bear a relationship with the Atlanteans, the descendants of the fallen continent of Atlantis? Are they a more noble or socialized people than primitive, hunter-gatherers? What about similarities found in many diverse languages? We have much to learn.

The People of Other Worlds

Author and anthropologist Robert Sepehr visits Griffith Park in Los Angeles, with its world-class astronomical observatory and scientific exhibits, such as a Tesla coil and homages to Wernher von Braun, the Mazi aeronatical . Sepehr ponders the question: Are there secret underground bases on the Earth that draw visits from other planets. This discussion encompasses the Nazis’ Thule Society with their Vril maidens conjuring up alien visitors. Did the Nazis at the close of WWII retreat to Antarctica, operating a space base underground amidst the South Pole Colony?



The Archaeology Of Sin

Largely preserved under the ash from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, the excavated city of Pompeii offered a unique snapshot of Roman life, and works of art which left archeologists stunned. Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author.

The Mystery Of Skara Brae

Dating back 5,000 years, the Neolithic settlement of Skara Brae is the best-preserved group of prehistoric houses in Western Europe. But who were the inhabitants of this bleak, remote settlement and why did they abandon the site so suddenly? One researcher suggests that a community of priest astronomers lived at the site whilst another has put forward a more extreme theory regarding a connection with Egypt and the ancient African tribe the Dogon. More from Zohar StarGate.


Cult Of The Winged Serpent

Quetzalcoatl (“winged serpent” or “plumed serpent”) is the Aztec or Nahuatl name for the Feathered-Serpent deity of ancient Mesoamerican culture from whom, according to myth, almost all Mesoamerican peoples claim descent. To the Maya area, he was approximately equivalent to Kukulkan, which also translates as “feathered serpent” in different Mayan languages. In Peru he was called Amaru.  More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.

Dance Of the Seven Veils

The true origins of the infamous ‘dance of the seven veils’ supposedly danced by Salome for the head of John the Baptist, is indeed a mystery. That said, there is within biblical academia an understanding that when ‘dancing’ is mentioned in the Old Testament, it does indeed refer to a long tradition of ecstatic dancing, upon which no prohibitions were placed. More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.


Esoteric Secrets, Gnostic Baptists

John the Baptist is a Biblical figure that is highly revered in certain religious sects. While he is considered a prophet in Christianity, Islam, the Baha’i Faith, and Mandaeism, he holds special significance in esoteric gnostic organizations. The Kabbalah is the ancient tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible, first transmitted orally. More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.


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