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PRE-SAND EGYPT.Hidden Buried Cities.Gurdjieff.C.Piazzi Smyth & Ouspensky.2009

+ 831 NEW Pictures OCT 6TH You Have not Seen!!! (NEW FINDS) + (RARE PRE EXCAVATION)


What Gigantic Cities Covered the Giza Plateau Before the last Catastrophe???
Why is Our attention Drawn away from the civilization Before the EVENT (Flood)???
Could it be to HIDE OUR Incredible History From us??? To Distract us From what???
What Other Suns Trajectory Did these Ancient Beings Ponder,Calculating thousands of Years!!!
Just What Changes Will occur to OUR World when We have two Suns???
Why has it been Kept Secret for so Long??? Yet Hidden Everywhere in Plain Site???
If The Giza Pyramids are the only thing left From The Seven Ancient Wonders,
Can You Imagine Something so destructive it Wiped the other Six Wonders off the Map???
Let’s Take a REAL good Look At All the Evidence, And (SEE) what we can DIG up???

Why have so many Important Books been left out of our Bibles?
How many books have had pages torn out before they were copied?
What History was on those pages??? What purpose would it serve in the future???
If we can clearly see that the moon and sun do amazing Things here on Earth!!!
From the female body to the tides of the oceans to insects that can count 17 years!!!
What else can the positions of these giant magnetic gears we call planets DO to US???
Let’s SEE the FULL ENTIRE story of Ancient TIMES!!! What Wonders Happen at Times....
See we can’t blame the Mayan’s for Showing us the End Cycle of This Age……
When we have a miniature version of Precession on our wall or wrist!!!
We all know when midnight is!!!

Most people think WE are trying to go explore other planets,
When The goal the whole time has been to escape this ONE!
What if all that Anyone, in all of history, Covering the entire span of time
have ever done is prepare, calculate, ponder, wonder, track, anticipate,

And guard THE SECRET Of the next time EARTH is destroyed by this EVENT!

What if every culture and color of being that has ever lived is screaming to YOU across time to LOOK at the past and see the SIMPLE CYCLE!! Of Repetitive Planet destruction!!

Could this mean WE all know what’s going to happen? YES WE DO!!
You have to understand (what THINGS can be said) WITHOUT losing your job, funding or colleges.
Could this mean everything that has EVER been done IS in anticipation of this EVENT?
Could you go back through all of history and trace the preparation of it? YES!! TRY IT!!

Have you ever wondered where the moon came from?
Have you ever contemplated how the asteroid belt Came to be?
These are basic things to WONDER about!! We need everyone's help!! Do your part!!

When the student is ready, the teacher will present ones self.
Come help us figure this mystery OUT!!!!
No matter what your color,belief,Sex or age, YOU can be a scientist!!
Challenge yourself, your peers, your teachers. Participate in a revolution in science!!

TRUE POSITIVE things happen all around YOU!!!

Your Children, (ARE) Tomorrow's LEADERS!!!-------------->>>>>>>>>>>>


These are for Planet X, Precession & Pole/Magnetic Reversal research ONLY!

NOT!! Religious debate!! Your faith is your OWN BUSINESS!!

We are here for Research ONLY!!

If you have an open mind, you will GO far!!!


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1.Esoteric Knowledge I - its origin before predynastic Egypt - Gurdjieff.1h



Let us examine deeper below the realm of the Mystery School of pre-Dynastic Egypt (Khemet)...

NOTE 1: Our Rockefeller textbooks tell us that nobody in the ancient world had ever crossed the Atlantic before Columbus. But the voyage of the Mayflower only took 60 days. Are we honestly to believe that no one had ever previously taken the 60 day trip in all of human history? The great civilizations of ancient Egypt, Babylon, Sumer, Greece, Rome, and the seafaring Phoenicians never wondered what was out West past 59 days of sailing? If we accept this improbability, we have to accept many more along with it, because the native American cultures of the New World and the Eurasian cultures of the Old World were already far too similar to have naturally evolved separately. For instance, compare the Peruvians and Egyptians. The number of complex comparisons between the two peoples far surpasses serendipity. Both cultures believed in an immaterial soul which reincarnates through multiple physical existences.

They both worshipped the Sun, Moon, and Stars, and held amazing astronomical knowledge, much of which has just recently been rediscovered. Both peoples built amazing stone pyramids, often containing boulders too heavy for modern cranes to lift, quarried from miles away. Both cultures embalmed / mummified their dead. Peruvian and Egyptian royalty both wrapped childrens heads in the practice of skull elongation (like trepanning) to attain higher consciousness. They both divided the year into twelve months. Both peoples had a womens order of vestal virgins vowed to celibacy, and violating their vows was punished on both continents by their being buried alive. Both cultures offered animal sacrifices and divined the future by examining the animals entrails. They both built huge arches and strewed the road with flowers for returning home triumphant warriors/heroes. At the beginning of each agricultural season during a big celebration, the Kings placed their hands to the plough and ploughed the first furrow. Are we to believe such incredibly specific practices developed completely independent of one another? When the Spanish missionaries first set foot upon the soil of America, in the fifteenth century, they were amazed to find the Cross was as devoutly worshipped by the red Indians as by themselves. (Ignatius Donnelly, Atlantis: The Antediluvian World). Ancient symbols like the cross and the swastika already existed in the Americas long before the Europeans came. Egyptian symbols like the Akeru back to back lion gods hieroglyph are found in Olmec temples from ancient Mexico. We have also found Mayan art and glyphs in Egypt. Modern Mayans and tribal Egyptians both recognize the languages found in their countries as that of their ancestors and both can read much of it. Weve discovered artwork 23000 years old clearly depicting Negroes and Caucasians in Central America. The establishment remains silent on all these issues. NOTE 2: Strangely enough, however, as the Atlantean scholar Comyns Beaumont wrote, The word (Atlantis) possesses no derivation from any known language of the old world either ancient or modern. Yet, among the so-called native races of America, it is a living word. (Britain, The Key to World History). The Toltecs, Nahuatlacas, and Aztecs of South America and all the races that settled Mexico traced their ancestors back to a starting point called Aztlan or Atlan, in the Atlantic. It was a land they described as too fair and beautiful to be left willingly which was lost under the sea after a great flood. Aztec temples are called Teocalli which interestingly compares with the Greek theos (God) and kalias (house/dwelling of). Europeans first settling in Delaware and Maryland found a river named by the natives Potomac, which is just like the Greek word Potomos meaning river. The native Basques of Western Europe also claim to be descendants from a continent called Atlaintika which sank beneath the waves. Question remains, who brought ancient esoteric knowledge to pre-dynastic (Khemet) Egypt? NOTE 3: Contrary to invented belief by modern scholars about the age of Christianity (CHRIST/KRST/XPCT), the latter is older than Judaism by many thousands of years. It was brought to the land of Khemet (Egypt) by 7 sages from the LAND OF PRIMEVAL ONES as you will discover in this footage...

It is imperative to read a few authors on a subject:
- The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont (Rider & Co., London, 1946)
- Britain - the key to world history by Comyns Beaumont (Rider & Co., London, 1947)
- Before Civilization by Colin Renfrew
- The Pyramids and Temples at Gizeh by W.M. Flinders Petrie
- "Ancient History of the East" by Francios Lenormant
- "Fragmenta Historicorum Græcorum" vol. IV by Didot Müller
- The Genesis Model by Gerry Anne Lenhart
- The Atlantis Encyclopedia by Frank Joseph
- Atlantis: The Antediluvian World by Ignatius Donnelly
- Prof. V.A. Chudinov (all works, in Russian)


2.Meetings With Remarkable Men.1970.DVD.FILM



The story of Gurdjieffs travels through the Middle East and Central Asia as he searches for a meaning to existence.

During his long career, director Peter Brook has conducted a wide range of theatrical experiments, pushing audiences and performers well beyond their typical experience of theater, in an effort to achieve not a temporary catharsis but a transcendent, transformative event. As the narrator of THE MAHABHARATA says, "If you listen carefully, at the end, youll be somebody else." This interest in transformation that has characterized the latter part of Brooks career continues with this adaptation of the autobiography of famed mystic G.I. Gurdjieff, which stars Dragan Maksimovic. Driven by a sense of unwavering dedication to unraveling the meaning of human existence, he journeys throughout the most unattainable areas of the East, encountering an array of Hindu fakirs, Buddhist monks, whirling dervishes, and gurus of every stripe. In search of enlightenment, he climbs the Himalayas, walks across the desert on stilts, and uncovers evidence of an ancient order, guards of an arcane wisdom. Most fascinating, perhaps, is the form of dance he created as a form of meditation and later taught in the West. A film that may be best appreciated by those already familiar with the work of Gurdjieff, MEETINGS WITH REMARKABLE MEN features spectacular photography and a highly evocative score, incorporating various indigenous musics.

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3.All In Everything.G.I.Gurdjieff.1733 pages EBOOKS


All and Everything trilogy:

1.Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson by G. I. Gurdjieff (1950)
2.Meetings with Remarkable Men by G. I. Gurdjieff (1963)
3.Life is Real Only Then, When 'I Am' by G. I. Gurdjieff (1974)

All and Everything is the name of a trilogy composed by ten books, all written by G. I. Gurdjieff. The ten books were further categorized into three series:

1. Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson.
2. Meetings with Remarkable Men.
3. Life Is Real Only Then, When 'I Am'.

An outline of the form and content of (All and Everything) was first published by Gurdjieff in his book The Herald of Coming Good.


In his prospectus for All and Everything, printed at the beginning of each part of the trilogy, Gurdjieff states his aim in publishing these texts:

FIRST SERIES: Three books under the title of 'An Objectively Impartial Criticism of the Life of Man,' or, 'Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson.'

SECOND SERIES: Three books under the common title of 'Meetings with Remarkable Men.'

THIRD SERIES: Four books under the common title of 'Life is Real Only Then, When I Am.'

All written according to entirely new principles of logical reasoning and strictly directed towards the solution of the following three cardinal problems:

FIRST SERIES: To destroy, mercilessly, without any compromises whatsoever, in the mentation and feelings of the reader, the beliefs and views, by centuries rooted in him, about everything existing in the world.

SECOND SERIES: To acquaint the reader with the material required for a new creation and to prove the soundness and good quality of it.

THIRD SERIES: To assist the arising, in the mentation and in the feelings of the reader, of a veritable, non-fantastic representation not of that illusory world which he now perceives, but of the world existing in reality.

Gurdjieff was born in Alexandropol (now Gyumri), Armenia to a Pontic Greek father and an Armenian mother. The exact date of his birth remains unknown (conjectures range from 1866 to 1877). Some authors argue persuasively for 1866, even though his passport states that he was born on November 28, 1877. Gurdjieff grew up in Kars and traveled to many parts of the world (such as Central Asia, Egypt and Rome) before returning to Russia in 1912. The Muslims around Georgia call the Georgian people gurdjis, which is a possible root of Gurdjieff.
The only account of Gurdjieff's early biography before he appeared in Moscow in 1912 appears in his text Meetings with Remarkable Men. This text, however, cannot be read as straightforward autobiography.[4] It was in the pre-1912 period that Gurdjieff went on his apocryphal voyage outlined in Meetings with Remarkable Men where he comes upon a map of "pre-sand Egypt" which allegedly leads him to study with an esoteric group, the Sarmoung Brotherhood. Coincidentally, Gurdjieff is one of the few sources lending credibility for the existence of this group.

This article contains weasel words, vague phrasing that often accompanies biased or unverifiable information. Such statements should be clarified or removed. (July 2009)From 1913 to 1949 the chronology appears to stand on the much firmer ground afforded by primary documents, independent witness, cross-reference, and reasonable inference. [5] On New Year's Day in 1912 Gurdjieff arrived in Moscow and attracted his first associates. In the same year he married Julia Ostrowska in St Petersburg. In 1914 Gurdjieff first advertised his ballet, The Struggle of the Magicians, and supervised his pupils' writing of the sketch "Glimpses of Truth". In 1915 Gurdjieff accepted P. D. Ouspensky as a pupil, while in 1916 he accepted the composer Thomas de Hartmann and his wife Olga as students. At this time he had around thirty pupils.
In the midst of revolutionary upheaval in Russia he left Petrograd in 1917 to return to his family home in Alexandropol. During the Bolshevik Revolution Gurdjieff set up temporary study-communities in Essentuki in the Caucasus, then in Tuapse, Maikop, Sochi and Poti, all on the Black Sea coast of southern Russia, where he worked intensively with many of his Russian pupils.

In March 1918, Ouspensky separated from Gurdjieff, and four months later Gurdjieff's eldest sister and her family reached him in Essentuki as refugees, informing him that Turks had shot his father in Alexandropol on 15 May. As Essentuki became more and more threatened by civil war, Gurdjieff put out a fabricated newspaper story announcing his forthcoming "scientific expedition" to Mount Induc. Posing as a scientist, Gurdjieff left Essentuki with fourteen companions (excluding Gurdjieff's family and Ouspensky). They traveled by train to Maikop, where hostilities delayed them for three weeks. In spring 1919 Gurdjieff met the artist Alexandre Salzmann and his wife Jeanne and accepted them as pupils. Assisted by Jeanne Salzmann, Gurdjieff gave the first public demonstration of his Sacred Dances (Movements at the Tbilisi Opera House, 22 June).
In autumn 1919 he and his closest pupils moved to Tbilisi, where a lot of fundamentals of his teaching were gathered[by whom?]. There, in 1919, he established the first Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man. He was thought to be greatly influenced by Nikolai Marr, a Georgian archaeologist and historian. In late May 1920, when political conditions in Georgia changed and the old order was crumbling, they walked by foot to Batumi on the Black Sea coast, and then Istanbul. There Gurdjieff rented an apartment on Koumbaradji Street in Péra and later at 13 Abdullatif Yemeneci Sokak near the Galata Tower.[6] The apartment is near the tekke (monastery) of the Mevlevi Order of Sufis (founded by Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi), where Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, and Thomas de Hartmann experienced the sema ceremony of The Whirling Dervishes. In Istanbul Gurdjieff also met John G. Bennett[7].
In August 1921 and 1922, Gurdjieff traveled around western Europe, lecturing and giving demonstrations of his work in various cities such as Berlin and London, and capturing the allegiance of Ouspensky's many prominent pupils (notably the editor A. R. Orage). After he lost a civil action to acquire Hellerau possession in Britain, Gurdjieff established the Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man south of Paris at the Prieuré des Basses Loges in Fontainebleau-Avon near the famous Château de Fontainebleau. Gurdjieff acquired notoriety after Katherine Mansfield died there of tuberculosis under his care on 9 January 1923.

Starting in 1924 Gurdjieff made visits to North America, where he eventually took over the pupils taught previously by A.R. Orage.
In 1924, while driving alone from Paris to Fontainebleau, Gurdjieff had a near-fatal car-accident. Nursed by his wife and mother, he made a slow and painful recovery — against medical expectation. Still convalescent, he formally "disbanded" his Institute on 26 August (in fact he dispersed only his less-dedicated pupils), and began writing All and Everything.
In 1925 Gurdjieff's wife contracted cancer; she died in 1926 despite radiotherapy and Gurdjieff's unorthodox treatment. Ouspensky attended her funeral.
In 1935 Gurdjieff stopped writing All and Everything, having completed the first two parts of the trilogy but having only started on the Third Series (published under the title Life Is Real Only Then, When 'I Am').
In Paris, Gurdjieff lived at 6 Rue des Colonels-Rénard, where he continued to teach throughout World War II.
Gurdjieff died on October 29, 1949 at the American Hospital in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. His funeral took place at the St. Alexandre Nevsky Russian Orthodox Cathedral at 12 Rue Daru, Paris. He is buried in the cemetery at Fontainebleau-Avon. [8]


Gurdjieff claimed that people do not perceive reality, as they are not conscious of themselves, but live in a state of hypnotic "waking sleep".
"Man lives his life in sleep, and in sleep he dies."[9] Gurdjieff taught that each person perceived things from a completely subjective perspective. Gurdjieff stated that maleficent events such as wars and so on could not possibly take place if people were more awake. He asserted that people in their typical state function as unconscious automatons, but that a man can wake up and experience life more fully.[10]

Self-development teachings

Fourth Way

In his early lectures Gurdjieff described his approach to self-development as the Fourth Way.[11] In contrast to teachings that emphasize the development of the body, mind, or emotions separately, Gurdjieff's exercises claimed to work on all three at the same time to promote comprehensive and balanced inner development. As of 2009 people also sometimes refer to Gurdjieff's teachings as "The Work", "The Gurdjieff Work", "Work on oneself" or simply the "Work."[12] Though Gurdjieff never put major significance on the term "Fourth Way" and never used the term in his writings, his pupil P.D. Ouspensky made the term and its use central to his own teaching of Gurdjieff's ideas. After Ouspensky's death, his students published a book with that name, based on his lectures.
Gurdjieff's teaching addressed the question of humanity's place in the universe and the importance of developing latent potentialities — regarded as our natural endowment as human beings but rarely brought to fruition. He taught that higher levels of consciousness, higher bodies,[13] inner growth and development are real possibilities that nonetheless require work to achieve.

In his teaching Gurdjieff gave a distinct meaning to various ancient texts such as the Bible and many religious prayers. He claimed that those texts possess a very different meaning than what is commonly attributed to them. "Sleep not"; "Awake, for you know not the hour"; and "The Kingdom of Heaven is Within" are examples of biblical statements which point to a psychological teaching whose essence has been forgotten.[citation needed]
Gurdjieff taught people how to increase and focus their attention and energy in various ways and to minimize daydreaming and absentmindedness. According to his teaching, this inner development in oneself is the beginning of a possible further process of change, the aim of which is to transform people into what Gurdjieff believed they ought to be.[15]
Distrusting "morality", which he describes as varying from culture to culture, often contradictory and superficial, Gurdjieff greatly stressed the importance of conscience. This he regarded as the same in all people, buried in their subconsciousness, thus both sheltered from damage by how people live and inaccessible without "work on oneself".
To provide conditions in which inner attention could be exercised more intensively, Gurdjieff also taught his pupils "sacred dances" or "movements", later known as the Gurdjieff movements, which they performed together as a group. He also left a body of music, inspired by what he heard in visits to remote monasteries and other places, written for piano in collaboration with one of his pupils, Thomas de Hartmann. Gurdjieff also used various exercises, such as the "Stop" exercise, to prompt self-observation in his students. Other shocks to help awaken his pupils from constant day-dreaming were always possible at any moment.


4.Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. Search for the Hall of Records.Egypt.2008.30M VIDEO


Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. Search for the Hall of Records, Egypt.
Presented by John Van Auken to the A.R.E. staff and volunteers.
Akashic Records - Book of Life


5.In Search of the Miraculous.P. D. OUSPENSKY.396 pages EBOOK & VIDEO
In Search of the Miraculous.fragments from an unknown teaching.Ouspensky.1920.42m


A Synopsis by Jacob Needleman

The book is written in the form of a personal account of Ouspensky’s years with Gurdjieff, and the ideas of Gurdjieff are presented to some extent in their chronological sequence against the background of the conditions of life which Gurdjieff created for his pupils during the chaos and upheaval of pre-revolutionary Russia. In addition to being a faithful presentation of major aspects of the Gurdjieff teaching, the book thereby also provides much material about the life of Gurdjieff and the early history of what has now become known as “the work.”

The book’s form also allows Ouspensky to communicate to the reader what he clearly considers to be the necessary emotional correlates of these ideas. This is done with refreshing honesty and extraordinary skill—and in a variety of ways—often through Ouspensky’s describing the difficulties he and others encountered in understanding an idea, or the shock when understanding finally appeared and, often, the sense of joy or urgency when realizing this was the great knowledge, the miraculous, of which one had dreamed, but that the demands it made upon the seeker were correspondingly awesome.
Great care is taken throughout the book to characterize the master-pupil relationship between Gurdjieff and his circle. The resulting picture of Gurdjieff is of a man obviously possessing immense wisdom and personal power, capable at once of painfully stripping away the pupil’s “mask” while carefully guiding him through the emotional and bodily experiences necessary for the process of deep learning. The information and speculations which Ouspensky offers about the sources of Gurdjieff’s knowledge and about his motivations for acting as he did in various situations, rather than satisfying the reader’s curiosity about Gurdjieff, communicate instead the impression of an indecipherable man, doubtless one of the most enigmatic men of the twentieth century.
Finally, the form of the book allows Ouspensky to present the Gurdjieff ideas in a specific psychological sequence and in carefully selected juxtapositions without calling this strategy to the attention of the reader.
As for the contents of the book, it touches on nothing less than the whole of the vast Gurdjieffian philosophy, cosmology, psychology, and guidelines for living. Although the book’s subtitle, “Fragments of an Unknown Teaching,” is presumably meant to indicate that the connectedness between all the various ideas cannot be made intellectually explicit, but must be discovered through experience, and although from a certain point of view it must still be considered a preliminary treatment, nevertheless the impression of an awesomely comprehensive system of ideas is inescapable. What follows is necessarily an extremely truncated abstract.


The author begins by describing his first meeting with Gurdjieff shortly after he, Ouspensky, had returned from India in search of a school of higher knowledge. To Ouspensky’s surprise, this man Gurdjieff, whom he is meeting in his native Russia, seems to possess that knowledge which Ouspensky had twice traveled around the world seeking. Moreover, Gurdjieff has organized a group, structured along unfamiliar but intriguing principles, to study this knowledge. There are esoteric schools, Gurdjieff tells him, but the first thing to realize is that a very special sort of knowledge is needed, even among esoteric teachings, in order for a man to have results corresponding to his full possibilities. And the first thing necessary is for a man to see how far in fact he is from these possibilities. Man, says Gurdjieff, is actually not a man, he is a machine. All the attributes of man—freedom, understanding, love, creativity—are not his until he works for them. Man can cease to be a machine; he can become conscious. But first he must see his complete mechanicalness. This is extremely difficult, and very few can wish for or bear to see the truth about themselves.
Conversations with Gurdjieff continue until gradually a group forms itself for the sake of studying and putting the ideas into practice. Man’s possibilities are very great, Gurdjieff tells them, greater than they can imagine. It is, he says, a question of actually forming within oneself something tangibly permanent, something higher and more real than the physical body which is all there is of ordinary man, no matter what he may imagine of himself. Gurdjieff presents to Ouspensky’s group the teaching about the soul that can be developed in man, and this is juxtaposed to Gurdjieff’s teaching about the aim of his work—namely, the development of being in man. Man is not; he is only a fragmented and veiled collection of personages masquerading as a real self. The real self must be formed through work, through a specific form of suffering, a discipline. Such discipline lies at the heart of the great traditions, but this path does not exist in the modern, Western world. At the same time, there can be several forms of this discipline, some quick and some slow, some suitable for modern man, some unsuitable.

Gurdjieff describes his teaching as representing the fourth way, not the way of bodily struggle (the way of the fakir), nor the way of purification of the emotions (the way of the monk), nor the way of purification of the mind (the way of the yogi). The fourth way works on all aspects of man at the same time, and requires no renunciation or belief. It can be and indeed must be practiced in the midst of ordinary life conditions. It is thus easier and faster, but also, in another sense, far more difficult than the traditionally recognized methods of self-development. The difficulty consists in its inherent newness—it can never be a culturally familiar form, but must always move at a different tempo from human culture or the normally recognized functions of reason; because it is the rapid path, it puts constant pressure upon the individual for seeing the truth about himself.


Life and Work at the Great Pyramid.1 & 2.Charles Piazzi Smyth.1117 pages + Pics BOOKS
Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid.Charles Piazzi Smyth.1874.578 pages
All the most important discoveries up to the present time (1874).pdf
Madeira meteorologic [microform].1884 .pdf
New measures of the Great pyramid.Charles Piazzi Smyth.1884.pdf
Present state of the longitude question in navigation.1859.pdf


Astronomical career

Charles Piazzi Smyth[1] was born in Naples, Italy to Admiral William Henry Smyth and his wife Annarelia. He was called Piazzi after his godfather, the Italian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi, whose acquaintance his father had made at Palermo when serving in the Mediterranean. His father subsequently settled at Bedford and equipped there an observatory, at which Piazzi Smyth received his first lessons in astronomy. At the age of sixteen he became an assistant to Sir Thomas Maclear at the Cape of Good Hope, where he observed Halley's comet and the Great Comet of 1843, and took an active part in the verification and extension of Nicolas Louis de Lacaille's arc of the meridian.

In 1845 he was appointed Astronomer Royal for Scotland, based at the Calton Hill Observatory in Edinburgh, and professor of astronomy in the University of Edinburgh. Shortly after his appointment, the observatory was placed under the control of Her Majesty's Treasury and suffered from a long series of under-funding. Because of this, most of his notable work in astronomy was done elsewhere. Here he completed the reduction, and continued the series, of the observations made by his predecessor, Thomas James Henderson. In 1853, Smyth was responsible for installing the "time ball" on top of Nelson's Monument in Edinburgh to give a time signal to the ships at Edinburgh's port of Leith. By 1861, this visual signal was augmented by the One O'Clock Gun at Edinburgh Castle.

On his honeymoon in 1856 he made experimental observations on the peaks of Tenerife in the Canary Islands with a view to testing the astronomical advantages of a mountain observatory. The Admiralty awarded him a grant of £500 for the purpose and the yacht Titania. A fine 74 inch (1.88 m) equatorial telescope was placed at his disposal by friends. The purpose of the expedition was to verify Isaac Newton's surmise that "a most serene and quiet air... may perhaps be found on the tops of the highest mountains above the grosser clouds." The scientific results were detailed in reports addressed to the Lord Commissioners of the Admiralty, the Royal Society, and the Edinburgh Observations in 1858. He wrote a popular account of the voyage in Teneriffe, an Astronomers Experiment. This was the first book ever illustrated by stereoscopic photographs ("photo-stereographs"), it contains 20 photographic stereoviews of Teneriffe, taken by the author. Smyth thus founded the first high-altitude observatory, pioneering the modern practice of placing telescopes at high altitudes for better observing conditions.

In 1871 and 1872 Smyth investigated the spectra of the aurora, and zodiacal light. He recommended the use of the rain-band for weather forecasting and discovered, in conjunction with Alexander Stewart Herschel, the harmonic relation between the rays emitted by carbon monoxide. In 1877-1878 he constructed at Lisbon a map of the solar spectrum for which he received the Makdougall Brisbane Prize in 1880. Smyth carried out further spectroscopic researches at Madeira in 1880 and at Winchester in 1884, pioneering the techniques of infrared astronomy by studying the heat emitted by the moon. He also researched wet collodion process photography.

In 1888 Smyth resigned as Astronomer Royal in protest at the chronic under-funding and age of the equipment at his facilities. This brought events to a head and the Royal Observatory was almost closed when James Linday, Earl of Crawford made a donation of new astronomical instruments and the complete Bibliotheca Lindesiana in order that a new observatory could be founded. Thanks to this donation, the new observatory Royal Observatory on Blackford Hill was opened in 1896. After his resignation, Smyth retired to the neighbourhood of Ripon, where he remained until his death.
[edit] Pyramidological researches

Smyth corresponded with pyramid theorist John Taylor and was heavily influenced by him. Taylor theorized in his 1859 book The Great Pyramid: Why Was It Built? & Who Built It? that the Great Pyramid was planned and the building supervised by the biblical Noah. Refused a grant by the Royal Society, Smyth went on an expedition to Egypt in order to accurately measure every surface, dimension, and aspect of the Great Pyramid. He brought along equipment to measure the dimensions of the stones, the precise angle of sections such as the descending passage, and a specially designed camera to photograph both the interior and exterior of the pyramid. He also used other instruments to make astronomical calculations and determine the pyramid's accurate latitude and longitude.
This diagram from Smyth's Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid (1864) shows some of his measurements and chronological determinations made from them

Smyth subsequently published his book Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid in 1864 (which he expanded over the years and is also titled The Great Pyramid: Its Secrets and Mysteries Revealed). Smyth claimed that the measurements he obtained from the Great Pyramid of Giza indicated a unit of length, the pyramid inch, equivalent to 1.001 British inches, that could have been the standard of measurement by the pyramid's architects. From this he extrapolated a number of other measurements, including the pyramid pint, the sacred cubit, and the pyramid scale of temperature.

Smyth claimed, and presumably believed, that the pyramid inch was a God-given measure handed down through the centuries from the time of Israel, and that the architects of the pyramid could only have been directed by the hand of God. To support this Smyth said that, in measuring the pyramid, he found the number of inches in the perimeter of the base equalled one thousand times the number of days in a year, and found a numeric relationship between the height of the pyramid in inches to the distance from Earth to the Sun, measured in statute miles. He also advanced the theory that the Great Pyramid was a repository of prophecies which could be revealed by detailed measurements of the structure. Working upon theories by Taylor, he conjectured that the Hyksos were the Hebrew people, and that they built the Great Pyramid under the leadership of Melchizedek. Because the pyramid inch was a divine unit of measurement, Smyth, a committed proponent of British Israelism, used his conclusions as an argument against the introduction of the metric system in Britain. For much of his life he was a vocal opponent of the metric system, which he considered a product of the minds of atheistic French radicals, a position advocated in many of his works.

Smyth, despite his bad reputation in Egyptological circles today, performed much valuable work at Giza. He made the most accurate measurements of the Great Pyramid that any explorer had made up to that time, and he photographed the interior passages, using a magnesium light, for the first time. Smyth's work resulted in many drawings and calculations, which were soon incorporated into his books Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid, the three-volume Life and Work at the Great Pyramid (1867), and On the Antiquity of Intellectual Man (1868). For his works he was awarded a gold metal by the Royal Society of Edinburgh, but in 1874, the Royal Society rejected his paper on the design of Khufu's pyramid, as they had Taylor's. The rejection of his ideas helped contribute to his resignation from his post as Royal Astronomer in 1888.



Edgar-Cayce-The-Sleeping-Prophet.Jess Stearn.223pages.pdf



During the 1970s, the entrance on the South side of the Pyramid, which was first discovered more than 2000 years ago by the famous Greek geographer Strabo, was rediscovered. Despite this fact, modern theorists simply remark that Strabo's South entrance was an error, that he must have been on the North slope. Forget the fact that Strabo was an eminent geographer and map maker. Forget the fact that Strabo knew the Sun rose in the East!

Six expeditions were made into this South Slope entrance in the 1970's, uncovering way more than what "they" want you to know! Lewis, the leader of the expeditions, attempted to get his book published in the U.S. many times, however, each time the publisher was excited and willing to print the material, after a few mysterious visits from the feds and other agencies implementing intimidating tactics, everyone eventually declined to publish Lewis' manuscripts.

Despite all obstacles, before his untimely and sudden death, Lewis managed to self-publish a few copies of his work. After his death, Due to their volatile content, Lewis' books were all but destroyed the world over. After a thorough seven-year search to locate all of Lewis' books, 7 out of 9 (or possibly 10), have now been found and republished. This is the most significant of his works.

& Edgar-Cayce-The-Sleeping-Prophet.Jess Stearn

Covers Edgar Cayce's remarkable life. You will learn about many of the key topics found in the readings, including earth changes, dreams, Atlantis, and reincarnation. The book provides important insight into Cayce's astounding medical readings and how they are used by people today, world prophesies, and more. Timely and fast-paced, this book reads like a good newspaper story.


Dr Gene Scott Great Pyramid Teaching Collection Videos.11 Count


The Pyramids at Giza and The Boat Beneath 1990.wmv (255.79 megabyte)
The Great Pyramid 1994.wmv (216.23 megabyte)
Reader's Digest Look at The Great Pyramid 1988.wmv (216.09 megabyte)
The Great Pyramid and Stonehenge 1988.wmv (197.51 megabyte)
The Great Pyramid Inner Passages 1995.wmv (189.28 megabyte)
Pyramid - 2144 BC or 2142 BC - 1983.wmv (175 megabyte)
Pyramid Basic Facts Judah & Tamar 2-2-84 .wmv (142.71 megabyte)
Review of Fingerprints of The Gods Great Pyramid 1996.wmv (141.04 megabyte)
The Great Pyramid Prophetic Plan 1983 partial.wmv (124.41 megabyte)
Pyramid Classic Review of Facts 4-18-84.wmv (93.63 megabyte)
The Great Pyramid 1982.wmv (85 megabyte)


John E. Mack.Transcending the Dualistic Mind.2002.2hours.VIDEO


John E. Mack - Transcending the Dualistic Mind (transpersonal psychology)

2:02:54 -

The Current Crisis: Transcending the Dualistic Mind. The events of September 11 reflect a growing planetary crisis that is deeper than the attack itself or its social, political and economic causes: We in the West are trapped in a dualistic worldview that reduces reality to simple divisions of good and evil. In his talk, Dr. Mack will discuss explorations of the Center for Psychology and Social Change (now the John E. Mack Institute), especially the study of the UFO encounter phenomenon and other anomalous experiences, that are revealing the possibility of a unifying cosmology that transcends this dualism. Dr. John Mack, M.D., was a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and professor of psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School who had spent 40 years exploring the question of how our perception of ourselves shapes our perception of the world around us. *NOTE: John Mack's landmark book 'Passport to the Cosmos' will be back in print as a special Commemorative Edition in the Fall of 2008!


Kate Douglas Wiggin.The Arabian Nights.2000.AUDIOBOOK


General Information
Title: The Arabian Nights
Author: Kate Douglas Wiggin
Read By: Johanna Ward
Copyright: 1912
Audiobook Copyright: 2000
Genre: Classic
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Abridged: No

Original Media Information
Media: Downloaded
Source: OverDrive
Condition: Very Good

File Information
Number of MP3s: 10
Total Duration: 11:12
Total MP3 Size: 307.88 MB
Parity Archive: Yes
Ripped By: JB-24601
Ripped With: dBpowerAMP
Encoded With: LAME 3.95
Encoded At: CBR 64 kbit/s 44100 Hz Mono
Normalize: None
Noise Reduction: None
ID3 Tags: Set, v1.1, v2.3

Posting Plan: Posting on a.b, a.b.m.a, a.b.m.a.h, a.b.s.a
Reposting Rules: No reposts or fills.

Book Description
Here is a selection of some of the best-known and best-loved tales of
The Arabian Nights, including "Sinbad," "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves,"
"Aladdin," "The Talking Bird," and the "Fisherman and the Genie." In
this "treasure house of pleasant things" you will find golden palaces,
gem studded caves, and breathtaking gardens; you will sit by mysterious
fountains, hear the crash of gleaming waterfalls, unearth magic lamps,
take a long voyage to exotic shores, and meet flying men and mythical

Nowhere else will you find such marvels, nowhere else will you find
the impossible so real and convincing. For centuries The Arabian Nights
has enchanted readers. These stories are presented here in a clear and
direct style that renders them as fresh and as exciting as when they
were first told.


Labyrinth of Egypt.Mataha-expedition Hawara 2008.Docs + VIDEO

Labyrinth of Egypt - Mataha-expedition Hawara 2008 - VIDEO.flv
Mataha Expedition Hawara 2008 Egypt.pdf 17mb



The Mataha-expedition researched the lost labyrinth of Egypt at Hawara. A colossal temple described by many classic authors like Herodotus and Strabo, to contain 3000 rooms full of hieroglyphs and paintings. A legendary building lost for 2 millenia under the ancient sands of Egypt. Bringing the highest level of technology to unlock the secrets of the past. The sand of Hawara was scanned in 2008 by the Belgian Egyptian expedition team. Although ground penetrating techniques are used by archaeologists for years, the Mataha-expedition (Mataha = labyrinth in Arabic) was the first to apply this technology at Hawara, to solve the enigma born in the Renaissance for once.

Copperplate engraving, “Description de l’Egypte” Paris 1809

From the 18th of February until the 12th of March 2008 the geo-archaeological survey was conducted by the NRIAG (National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, Helwan, Egypt) on the archaeological site of Hawara (Faiyum oasis – Egypt). Archaeological geophysics is a means to non-destructively gain information, about what features are below the ground to great depths without archaeological excavation. Geophysic surveys are carried out to answer a specific question. This question is usually as simple as ‘What is there?’. Permission for this research was given by the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt, to conduct the geophysic research of the Hawara

geo-archaeological research of the lost labyrinth of Egypt at Hawara
Necropolis in order to map the underground to prepare for preservation works. Stating the integration of a huge drainage system, to protect the location against the environmental effects of salty groundwater. Caused by the site crossing water channel, agricultural irrigation, and the disappearance of the annual 9 month dry period since the construction of the Aswan dam. The conservation works will open the way to archaeological excavation, before the total destruction of the effected antiquities, also mapped by the geo-archaeological survey.
Support and permission for this research was given by Dr. Zahi Hawass, President of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt, to conduct the geophysic research of the Hawara Necropolis in order to map the underground to prepare for preservation works. Stating the integration of a huge drainage system, to protect the location against the environmental effects of salty groundwater. Caused by the site crossing water channel, agricultural irrigation, and the disappearance of the annual 9 month dry period since the construction of the Aswan dam. The conservation works will open the way to archaeological excavation, before the total destruction of the effected antiquities, also mapped by the geo-archaeological survey.


Mad Sheer Khan.1001 Nights.1999.AUDIOBOOK


Mad Sheer Khan - 1001 Nights (1999) [New Age-World][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

Mad Sheer Khan - 1001 Nights
Year: 1999
Label: Erato
Total time: 63:06
Bitrate: 320 kbps

An Algerian native living in France who's best known in the West for his work with Nico and Sting, Mad Sheer Khan enlisted an impressive range of female vocalists from around the world to interpret songs based on poems from the book 1001 Tales of the Arabian Nights in their own native tongues. Native America, Tibet, Israel/Palestine, Algeria, Africa, Pakistan, and India are all represented here, with the artist's expressed goal to "convey the diversity of the world through a common spirit." The concept works well, with Khan and a stellar multicultural lineup of musicians tailoring each song to its singer. Fela Ababsa lends her captivating voice to "Night of Algerian," which segues seamlessly into "Algerian Sunrise," a gorgeous instrumental passage featuring the strings of Bulgaria's Plovdiv Chamber Orchestra. Morocco's Mamani Kei"ta's passionate wail drives the fiery "Night of the Gnawas" to a dynamic crescendo, with wickedly syncopated rhythms and strings helping to sell the drama. Only on the insistent "Night of Navajos" does Khan make a misstep, his synthesized sounds taking the listener out of the timeless mood the previous songs create. Still, this is a bold, experimental record that shows it really is a small world after all. ~ Bret Love, AMG

I have a lot of world music samplers and a consistant problem with them is that they are not consistant. But this album has 7 diffrent tracts from 7 diffrent cultures and every one of them is a gem. ~ Anthony T. Milazzo

Very inspired album. A beautiful collection from the world. Every track is sung by a woman in her native tongue. Orchestral arrangements make the CD universal. I look for more from Mad Sheer Khan!! ~ BPMan

How sad that this wonderful album has been discontinued by the publisher. These seven tracks are each beautiful, profound and rich. Like so many other Algerian-born musicians, Mad Sheer Khan shows himself to be a true world musician. Worth hunting for! ~ Marius Cipolla

Mad Sheer Khan (Oud, Sitar, Rebab, Santur, Keyboards, Percussion and Programming)
Ahmed Dhemai (Percussion)
Subramaniam (Violin)
Plovdiv Chamber Orchestra (Strings)
Nasser (Percussion)
Jean-Pierre Arnaud (Oboe and English Horn)
Bruno Caillat (Zarb)
Fela Ababsa (Vocals) - 1
Mamani Keita (Vocals) - 2
Nourith (Vocals) - 3
Mary Redhouse (Vocals) - 4
Kunchock Lama (Vocals) - 5
Sharmila Roy (Vocals) - 6
Parvin Javdan (Vocals) - 7

Mad Sheer Khan - 1001 Nights Tracks:
01 Night of Algeria 5:34
02 Night of Gnawas 9:44
03 Night of Hebrews 8:34
04 Night of Navajos 8:55
05 Night of Tibet 7:43
06 Night of India 11:20
07 Night of Persia 11:13
All compositions by Mad Sheer Khan


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Araguaney Sessions- LIVE from Caracas - Venezuela [AIM djcarlmatthes].mp3
DJ MATTRICK presents SUBTEXT on BASSDRIVE -- AIM mattrickdj.mp3



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Gather and cross-check vast amounts of knowledge in many dozen specialized fields from scientists and researchers around the globe in addition to studying hundreds of historical documents spanning back to the dawn of history. These fields include archeology, geology, astro, geo & quantum physics, ancient languages & civilizations, paleontology, ancient history, genetics and others.

Events shape our lives, even distant and dark ones. From the time I was a wee little one, I have stopped my fear of dark places. I pick up my torch and journey alone through darkened corridors leading down into bottomless caverns of events past. I stumble upon the remnants of an intricate puzzle, which I bring back with me, and in the quiet of my dreams, are assembled before me.

The turning of the stars bring a time when my secrets can give you immortality.
but when that time has passed, those fleeting minutes gone, the secret is worthless.
until once again the stars unlock its power.

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