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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.

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.

Secret Underground Bases

Deep Underground Military Bases (D.U.M.B.) are Military installations that are set ether inside of a mountain or deep underground. Base 211 is the name used to refer to an alleged German Base built in Antarctica. Let’s explore these secret facilities with Robert Sepehr, anthropologist and author.

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.


Jinns And Bodily Possession

Jinn (genie) are supernatural creatures in early pre-Islamic Arabian and later Islamic mythology and theology that are not a strictly Islamic concept. They may represent several pagan beliefs integrated into Islam. More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.


European Mysticism & Alchemy

Anthropologist and author Robert Sepehr traces the occult origins of European mysticism and alchemy. Many of the traditions are tied to secret societies that originated in northern Africa and the Middle East, spreading via the Mediterranean throughout Europe.

Secret History Of The Scythians

Ancient civilizations from the Eurasian Steppes domesticated the horse prior to 3500 BC, with some tribes practicing nomadic pastoralism, developing the chariot, wagon, cavalry and horse archery. The Scythian cultures emerged around the 9th century BC among the Eurasian nomads. Some researchers claim that the alleged lost tribes of Israel migrated northward, over the Caucasus, and became the Scythians, Cimmerians and Goths.

These were the progenitors of the later Germanic invaders of Britain. Europe, named after the Phoenician princess Europa, was exposed to several waves of invasions by horse people. More from Robert Sepehr, anthropologist and author.

The Lost Gospel of Thomas

The Gospel of Thomas is part of the Nag Hammadi library discovered in Egypt in 1945, basically a collection of non-canonical sayings allegedly made by Jesus and considered by the Church as a heretical Gnostic text. Scholars speculate that the works were buried in response to a letter from Bishop Athanasius declaring a strict canon of Christian scripture. More from Robert Sepehr.

Egyptian Find Rivals King Tut

Archaeologists announce discovery of 3500-year-old “lost golden city” in Egypt. It was the capital of Amenhotep III, father of Akhenaten, grandfather of Tutankhamun. Researchers are calling this the most important discovery in Egypt since King Tut’s tomb. More from Robert Sepehr.

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