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Ancient Sacred Sites Aligned to the Summer Solstice – New Article

The serpent mound in Ohio, whose head aligns with the summer solstice sunset. (photo copyright 2002 Timothy A. Price and Nicole I.) Some of the most famous ancient megalithic sites in the world align to the summer solstice – in numerous different cultures: Egyptian, Pagan, Mayan, Essene, Buddhist, Native American, and Easter Islander. Sites such as the Great Pyramids and Easter Island, are speculated to be some of the most ancient in the known world, and to have links to the civilizations of Atlantis and possibly Lemuria. Others trace their lineage back to the original spiritual knowledge of the Mayans and ancient peoples of Britain. These sites indicate the existence of an ancient cosmic spirituality, sometimes referred to as ancient solar religions – some highly advanced in their technology and understanding of the cosmos. Read the article here

By | 2013-03-13T12:01:39+00:00 March 13th, 2013|sacred sites|10 Comments

Decoding the Ancient Meaning of the Sphinx and its Origins as Anubis – New Article

Here is a new article that explores the ancient meaning of the Great Sphinx of Egypt and why it was originally carved differently to what we see today - from a spiritual perspective: https://belsebuub.com/articles/decoding-the-ancient-meaning-of-the-sphinx-and-its-origin-as-anubis

By | 2015-07-23T14:57:24+00:00 September 19th, 2012|ancient wisdom, sacred sites|15 Comments

Ancient Sacred Sites Aligned to the Spring Equinox – New Article

The perspective you get on these sacred sites in relation to equinoxes and solstices cover new areas. They have the knowledge of the esoteric principles of spiritual awakening as their background. They were built using those principles and they served to help to apply those principles in personal development, which spiritual awakening was an integral part of. It's impossible to properly understand ancient sacred sites without this knowledge. Read the article here.

By | 2015-07-23T15:14:06+00:00 February 25th, 2012|sacred sites|0 Comments
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