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The glass domes of the moon
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 8-21-2011 | 22 comments
A number of writers, myself included, have detailed the circumstantial…but extensive…evidence of past civilizations on our Moon and on Mars, and probably elsewh...




Roerich
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 7-20-2011 | 10 comments
Nikolai Konstantinovich Roerich (10/9/1874-12/13/1947) was one of the most colorful, mysterious, and ambiguous figures of the entire twentieth century. Born to ...




Hail to the jewel in the lotus
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 6-2-2011 | 2 comments
"Om Mani Padme Hum," usually translated from Sanskrit into English as "Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus," is the mantra of the bodhisattva (meaning, roughly, an e...




Shamballah
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 5-3-2011 | 7 comments
Contemporary occult literature contains references to a mysterious realm called “Shamballah.” It is usually said to be located in a remote corner of Tibet or Mo...




The missing link
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 3-17-2011 | 6 comments
In 1859 Charles Darwin published his On The Origin of Species, postulating that species evolved over time, and that the engine driving change was natural select...




Skyquakes
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 3-11-2011 | 1 comment
We live for the most part on the surface of the land, although we travel through the sky and on the surface of the sea. Rarely do most of us venture underground...




Thirty three north
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 2-11-2011 | 4 comments
It is generally agreed that when a Freemason attains the thirty third degree he has “arrived” and becomes privy to at least some of the innermost secrets of thi...




Space drives
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 1-22-2011 | 5 comments
Getting into space is an incredibly difficult, expensive, and (for manned flights) dangerous operation. We are at the bottom of a deep gravity “well,” and merel...




Twins and synchronicity
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 1-8-2011 | 1 comment
Most of us like to imagine that we enjoy free will, but we cannot even clearly define the term. Certainly, our freedom is limited by a multitude of factors such...




A tower ready to fall ?
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 12-22-2010 | 2 comments
Modern physics, despite its complexity and the fact that relativity and quantum mechanics seem to defy common sense and are incomprehensible to laymen, has prov...

 
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