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Earth Ancients

  • Randall Carlson: The Younger Dryas Impact

    25 MAY 2024 · Randall Carlson is a master builder, geometrician, architectural designer, teacher and "renegade scholar." Carlson is an expert with over forty years of study into the intersection of ancient mythology and modern science. Through years of lectures, presentations and classes, he has been recognized by The National Science Teachers Association for his commitment to Science education. Throughout his career, Carlson has organized numerous field expeditions to explore and document evidence of catastrophic earth change. His life and work centers around his aspiration "to affect a revival of lost knowledge." Randall Carlson Links: Website - Randall Carlson Project - Cosmic Summit - YouTube - Twitter / X - Instagram - Facebook -
    1h 54m 7s
  • Special Edition: The 10th Anniversary Podcast

    24 MAY 2024 · Join host Cliff Dunning and Jenn Deyo as they reminisce through10 years of guests and programming. Hear from an eclectic group of best-selling authors and renown personalities from around the world. Features: John Anthony West Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clark Dr. Milton Wainwright Dr. Robert Schoch Robert Bauval Proveen Mohan Graham Hancock Mohamed Ibrahim
    1h 49m 39s
  • Destiny: Amanda Huggins, Anxiety to Empowerment

    22 MAY 2024 · Stop Spiraling―Start Thriving!Embark on a journey of self-discovery, take control of your life, and transform your relationship to stress. Whether your anxiety is an inner request to heal the past or a nudge to change the present, holistic anxiety coach Amanda Huggins can help you fully understand your own patterns and break free of challenging emotional cycles.Anxiety to Empowerment reveals what powerful information your anxious thoughts hold and how to harness this insight to create a life filled with joy, empowerment, and self-love. Through visualizations and journal prompts, you will identify your own habits, anxiety triggers, and tendencies for self-sabotage. Then, Amanda will gently guide you through exercises, meditations, and other activities to tap into your soul's inherent wisdom. With this book's practical tools, insights, and reflections, you will gain a deeper understanding of your anxiety and cultivate a more empowered way of living. Amanda Huggins is an author, anxiety and mindfulness coach, speaker, and host of the popular podcast HealingTALKS with Amanda Huggins. Amanda's signature scientific, practical, and spiritual approach to anxiety has helped thousands of individuals break out of old patterns and restore peace in mind, body, and soul. She offers her work through one-to-one coaching, digital courses, and retreats. You can connect directly with Amanda on social media @itsamandahuggins or visit her website at
    1h 21m 23s
  • Dr. Steven Collins: The Cosmic Impact and Destruction of Sodom

    18 MAY 2024 · The fascinating, true account of the quest for one of the Old Testament’s most infamous cities. Like many modern-day Christians, Dr. Steven Collins struggled with what seemed to be a clash between his belief in the Bible and the research regarding ancient history - a crisis of faith that inspired him to put both his education and the Bible to the test by embarking on an expedition that has led to one of the most exciting finds in recent archaeology. Recounting Dr. Collins’s quest for Sodom in absorbing detail, this adventure-cum-memoir reflects the tensions that define Biblical archaeology as it narrates a tale of discovery.The audiobook follows Dr. Collins as he tracks down Biblical, archaeological, and geological clues to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, narrowing down the list of possible sites as he weighs evidence and battles skeptics. Finally, he arrives at a single location that looms as the only option: a massive site called Tall el-Hammam in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Challenging the assumptions of academics around the world, Discovering the City of Sodom may well inspire a revision of the history books. Dr. Collins has become a new voice in the controversy over using the Bible as a credible source of understanding the past - and opened a new chapter in the struggle over the soul of Biblical archaeology. Steven Collins, PhD, is among the world’s foremost biblical archaeologists. He is Director of the School of Archaeology at Veritas International University and serves as Consulting Research Professor in the College of Archaeology, Trinity Southwest University. He is Director and Chief Archaeologist of the Tall el-Hammam excavations in Jordan, completing 16 seasons. Prior to Tall el-Hammam, Dr. Collins excavated at other sites in Israel and Palestine. A prolific writer, he has produced articles in professional journals and magazines (including Biblical Archaeology Review) and many books, including Discovering the City of Sodom (Simon & Schuster 2013) and the Harvest Handbook of Bible Lands (a Gold Medallion finalist; Harvest House Publishers, 2019) for which he is co-editor and a principal author. A professional member of ASOR and a board member of NEAS, Dr Collins is a much sought-after conference speaker/teacher and is featured in numerous documentary films by the National Geographic Society, the Discovery, History, and Travel Channels, as well as independent films.
    1h 46m 9s
  • Destiny: Ray Cappo, From Punk to Monk a Memoir

    15 MAY 2024 · The heartfelt memoir of Ray Raghunath Cappo, a legendary hardcore punk musician-turned-monk—and pioneer of the straight-edge movement—told with warmth, candor, and humor, narrated by the author himself.Ray Cappo was a hardcore punk singer and pioneer of the straight-edge movement living on the Lower East Side of New York City in the ’80s, where his band Youth of Today played to packed clubs and touched thousands of people across the globe. But despite the accolades from fans, the popularity of his records, and the positivity he’d brought to the punk music scene, none of this success gave Ray joy. He felt stagnant, and he yearned for something more.This, along with his father’s untimely death, led him to abruptly quit the band and buy a one-way ticket to India in pursuit of the answers to life’s great mysteries. Living as a monk in the sacred city of Vrindavan and traveling across the country on a series of train trips, Ray embraced the rich, spiritual culture he discovered there. As his unusual adventure unfolded, he encountered extraordinary characters, witnessed deep acts of devotion, and experienced profound moments of divine connection, leading to a radical transformation that was ego-crushing and blissful all at once.Inspired to write music again, Ray returned to the US, where he and other monks founded Shelter, a band dedicated to spreading a message of faith, hope, and love. Told with warmth, candor, and humor, this heartfelt memoir chronicles Ray’s emotional and spiritual journey from punk to monk and beyond.HISTORICAL: Offers a unique glimpse into the punk and hardcore scene of the Lower East Side during the 80s and the birth of the straight-edge movement.SPIRITUAL: Asks (and answers) deep questions about our relationship to the world around us and the living beings that populate it.PERSONAL: Chronicles Ray’s spiritual journey in his own words, with warmth, candor, and humor.
    1h 19m 31s
  • Scott Wolter: Oak Island, Knights Templar and the Holy Grail

    11 MAY 2024 · One of the most enduring mysteries of all time is what happened on Oak Island in Nova Scotia?    Was there treasure buried there and is it still there?    One of the most popular cable television shows ever,  The Curse of Oak Island  on History Channel, investigated the mystery spending millions of dollars over ten seasons and could not find the treasure.    Both Don Ruh and Scott Wolter have had firsthand involvement with the island and its mysteries over the years, Don sharing two maps with Rick and Marty Lagina via his friend and co-researcher Zena Halpern, and Scott with his multiple visits to the island.    However, they had little interest in the mystery until early in 2023 when a trove of encrypted documents came to Don as part of their research of the Knights’ Templar Cremona Document materials.    Once decoded, the five messages and three sketches and one new map of the island revealed shockingly detailed information about who constructed, “ The Underground Project,”     put treasure there and what happened to it.    Finally, the over six-centuries-long mystery has been solved.    Incredibly, the documents also provide new insight into the fabled Holy Grail. Forensic geologist Scott Wolter was host of History Channel’ s hit show, America Unearthed, which followed him on his quest to uncover the truth behind controversial historic artifacts and sites found throughout North America and beyond.  Scott is the author of three books about the Templars and Freemasons, including the wildly controversial,  The Hooked X: Key to the Secret History of North America. Scott is a 32nd degree Freemason and Templar Knight, and is married to author and co-researcher, Janet Wolter. They have two adult children and two grandchildren. Donald Ruh, author of  The Scrolls of Onteora: The Cremona Document, was born and raised in Mount Vernon, N.Y. and worked as an electronics technician in the manufacturing process of medical equipment, retiring in 2008. He is an honorary member of the New York State Archaeological Association, and a member of the New England Antiquities Association (NEARA) since 1998. He has worked with Scott Wolter since 2006 to decode and understand the complex historic maps and other materials contained in the Cremona Document.
    1h 33m 31s
  • Destiny: Jonathan Ellerby: The Seven Gateways of Spiritual Experience

    8 MAY 2024 · A journey through the seven most common and important spiritual experiences • Discover how to recognize experiences of the Sacred and integrate them into daily life for spiritual growth, healing, wholeness, inspiration, resilience, and connection • Shares intimate, firsthand examples of spiritual experiences and explores how they happen, what they are like, what they mean, and how they can help us • Presents simple exercises and common practices to enter the states of super-consciousness that lead to spiritual experiences and connection with the Sacred We all have unexpected moments that take us out of our ordinary lives, and into a sense of the extraordinary. Any one of us can have an experience that reveals our connection to the Sacred, through profound love, wisdom, or a radical shift in perception. Yet how often do we brush off these flashes of spiritual wonder, not realizing they can be stepping stones on the path of spiritual growth and personal resilience. As we acknowledge the expansiveness of the human heart and mind we access insights and feelings that help us to make peace with even the most difficult and confusing life circumstance. Through dynamic stories of firsthand accounts, Jonathan Ellerby guides us in how to recognize and integrate the spiritual experiences that are already a part of our life and those that we may yet pursue. As we explore the non-ordinary modes of perception and the super-states of consciousness that underlie them, we realize how spiritual experiences happen, what they mean, and how they can help us cultivate creativity, healing, and groundedness. Through simple exercises and sacred practices designed to expand perception, we go deeper and enter non-ordinary states of consciousness, which can enable us to have direct awareness of the fullness of life and higher consciousness. Providing a map for navigating sacred encounters, this guide prepares us to face life with passion, purpose, and resilience.
    1h 27m 36s
  • Camille Sauve: Master Stonemasons of Ancient Peru

    4 MAY 2024 · Proof of a long-forgotten ancient worldwide civilization • Explains the three distinct architectural styles found at the majority of sacred sites, representing three ancient world ages • Examines evidence of the two oldest architectural ages at sites in the Sacred Valley of Peru in depth, connecting them to other sites around the world • Explores the sophisticated science behind the construction of these stone sites, including modern research on acoustic levitation and ancient use of geopolymers All around the world are mysterious ancient monoliths with strange features—perfectly carved terraces, massive steps, basins, and abstract forms with underground grottos and cave systems. Most archaeologists have a hard time explaining them and attribute their construction to the earliest known cultures in the area. Examining sacred sites in Peru and their counterparts around the world, researcher and journalist Camille M. Sauvé shows how these sites share specific architectural characteristics and reveal evidence of a very ancient culture that once existed worldwide. She examines the work of Peruvian researcher Alfredo Gamarra, who first described in detail the three distinct building styles and construction methods of these sites and how they represent three ancient world ages. She explains how Hanan Pacha ("heaven above") constructions, the oldest style, are universally revered as sacred by the civilizations that came after them. Weaving together a tapestry of what early humanity looked like, Sauvé examines the writings of famous clairvoyants like Rudolf Steiner, Madame Blavatsky, and Edgar Cayce who recorded the works of early man through the Akashic records. Besides the more esoteric questions about who could have built these wonders, Sauvé also examines the unique properties of the monoliths themselves and the sophisticated science behind the construction of these stone sites. She shows how they seem to be placed on earth power spots and how most of the rocks have significant piezoelectric properties from high quartz and silica content. Revealing that many sacred sites are much older than previously thought, Camille Sauvé shows that Peru may hold the secret to remembering our forgotten prehistory. Camille M. Sauvé is an independent journalist, photographer, graphic designer, and author living in the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. She has spent hundreds of hours researching and personally exploring Peru’s enigmatic archaeological sites, their technical sophistication, possible uses, and who was responsible for their creation.
    1h 15m 15s
  • Destiny: Micah Hanks, UAP's and First Contact

    1 MAY 2024 · The Micah Hanks Program is a weekly podcast that covers science and the mysteries of our universe. Taking a critically-minded approach to the study of our world, each week Micah presents commentary and discussions with guests on subjects that include mysteries of physics and astronomy, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), UFOs, myths and folklore, archaeology and ancient mysteries, artificial intelligence, futurism, cryptozoology, science fiction, and entertainment. Each week we journey to the boundaries of human knowledge, in search of the most unusual things our world has to offer.
    1h 13m 48s
  • Dr. Edwin Barnhart: Mystery of the Olmec

    27 APR 2024 · Dr. Edwin Barnhart - Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin Anthropology Department 2001 - Director of the Palenque Mapping Project 1998-2000 - Discovered the Maya ruins of Ma'ax Na in Belize 1995 Maya Exploration Center Director Dr. Ed Barnhart has almost three decades of experience as an archaeologist, an explorer and an instructor. He is a Fellow of the Explorers Club, has published many papers, and appeared in over a dozen documentaries about ancient civilizations. His involvement in Maya studies began in 1990 as an archaeological intern in the ruins of Copan, Honduras. In January of 1996 he was invited to return to Copan and help the University of Pennsylvania excavate the early acropolis and the tomb of the city's lineage founder.From 1992-1995 he had been studying art, iconography and epigraphy (hieroglyphic translation) under the late Dr. Linda Schele at the University of Texas at Austin. During that same time he worked across the State of Texas as a contract archaeologist.In 1994 he began working as a surveyor and a UT field school instructor in the jungles of Northwestern Belize. After finding numerous small villages, Dr. Barnhart discovered the ancient city of Ma'ax Na (Monkey House), a major center of the Classic Maya Period. He mapped over 600 structures at Ma'ax Na between 1995 and 1997 before moving his research focus to Chiapas, Mexico. Also while in Belize, Dr. Barnhart worked with the Belize Post Classic Project mapping the island of Caye Coco and excavating a series of burials on an island in Laguna de On.Dr. Barnhart received his Masters degree in May of 1996 and began teaching Anthropology classes at Southwest Texas State University the following September. He taught Archaeology and Anthropology classes at SWTS until 1998 when he was invited by the Mexican government to direct the Palenque Mapping Project.The Palenque Mapping Project was a three-year effort to survey and map the unknown sections of Palenque's ruins. Over 1100 new structures were documented, bringing the site total to almost 1500. The resultant map has been celebrated as one of the most detailed and accurate ever made of a Maya ruin. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2001 with his dissertation entitled The Palenque Mapping Project: Settlement Patterns and Urbanism in An Ancient Maya City (PDF).In 2003 Dr. Barnhart founded Maya Exploration Center and since that time has organized and led over 200 study abroad programs for students around the globe. He has appeared on History Channel, Discovery, Japanese Public Television and multiple independent documentaries. In 2012 he completed a 24-lecture video series for The Great Courses entitled "Lost Worlds of South America." Then in 2014 he was invited back to record a 48-lecture series called "Maya to Aztec: Ancient Mesoamerica Revealed". His third Great Courses series, "Ancient Civlizations of North America" came out in the summer of 2018. All three series have recieved almost nothing but 5-star reviews.
    1h 21m 59s

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Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of...

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Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed earth-centric sciences and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history.
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