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The Shugborough Code
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 5-23-2015 | 0 comments
Shugborough was built in a river valley in Staffordshire , England, and it originally formed part of the estate of the Bishop of Lichfield. In 1624, William Ans...




The mystery of serpent worship
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 8-23-2014 | 0 comments
For thousands of years, in many ways, the serpent has played a role in religions, folk customs and superstitious beliefs. Why did some people believe in serpent...




Machu Picchu's ET connection
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 7-25-2014 | 2 comments
In order to appreciate the deeper religious significance of Machu Picchu, we must travel back in time long before the Incan era. Around 5,000 years ago, when Ea...




The world in upheaval 3000 B.C.E
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 6-24-2014 | 4 comments
As I mentioned, in previous articles, extraordinary things were happening on our planet 5,000 years ago . There was a major climate change, and flooding, and th...




A history of red hair
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 1-31-2014 | 10 comments
The Guanches were the people living in the Canary Islands before the Spanish conquest in the 15th century. Although itís believed that they were related to the ...




Channelling
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 9-15-2013 | 3 comments
Channelling, for those unfamiliar with the subject, involves a medium, in trance, communicating with one or more sitters. Some people believe the messages come ...




El Dorado and the ET connection
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 7-21-2013 | 0 comments
When the Spaniards arrived in Colombia, South America, 500 years ago, they heard legends about a Golden Man ,(El Dorado) ,which triggered a rush to find a fabul...




The ancient astronaut theory
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 5-19-2013 | 19 comments
Itís said that the most sensational thing that could happen, in the history of man, would be contact with an extra-terrestrial civilisation. However, the greate...




The Star-Gods revealed
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 1-27-2013 | 5 comments
Some people ,who have not read my books, The Pleiades Legacy (the Old World) and The Pleiades Legacy (the New World), have asked me what they are about. Well, t...




Ancient astronauts and a new history of man
Columnist: Leonard Farra | Posted on 11-16-2012 | 3 comments
Some of the religious traditions, legends and customs of the Native Americans were remarkably similar to those of the Old World. But according to the establishe...

 
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