History of Humanity

This page lists all articles published in Facts are Facts concerning the topic History of Humanity.

The First World War: The End of the Good Old Days

Little more than a hundred years ago, the "War to End All Wars" broke out. Soldiers marched off cheerfully to a "short" war, only to be mown down in their millions in the trenches. However, the First World War was not only the biggest, most murderous conflict the world had ever seen. It was also the end of an era of peace, confidence and bourgeois prosperity. Article excerpt not available online

The Infamous War

“People never lie so much as before an election, during a war, or after a hunt.” Otto von Bismarck “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.” Thomas Jefferson Article excerpt not available online

Ancient Egypt: Once, Egypt was a Land of Light

Anyone who has been following events in Egypt – the riots and demonstrations, fanaticism on the rise, chaos wherever you look – might easily forget that Egypt was once a beacon of high culture and civilisation. Once, it was heir to the lost civilisation of Atlantis, a land where priest and Pharaoh both were guided by true occult wisdom. Let us look back many thousands of years to Egypt’s heyday, and learn about a way of life that was defined by spirituality, not money. Read more...

Atlantis - Hunting for Traces

The tobacco in the mummified pharaoh is a piece of the puzzle, just as are the magnolia tree in Florida and the wall fragments on the bottom of the Caribbean. Together with thousands of other such pieces, they trace the outline of an ancient continent that lies buried under the waters of the Atlantic. Article excerpt not available online

Atlantis: A Myth Abused

Atlantis is having a boom in film and literature. But despite all the exaggerated legends, the most important aspect is mostly forgotten - namely, what lesson we should learn from Atlantis. For decadence, pomposity, and the misguided belief that Man doesn't need God triumph today once again, as they did in that sunken empire. Article excerpt not available online

Atlantis - A Myth Abused

Atlantis is having a boom in film and literature. But despite all the exaggerated legends, the most important aspect is mostly forgotten – namely, what lesson we should learn from Atlantis. For decadence, pomposity, and the misguided belief that Man doesn’t need God triumph today once again, as they did in that sunken empire. Article excerpt not available online

Atlantis: How Old is the Atomic Bomb

There is nothing new under the sun. Why the Atlanteans could have already had nuclear weapons. Article excerpt not available online

Lemuria - The Lost Continent

Long before Atlantis rose from the waves, mankind dwelt on Lemuria. It was a golden age in the "Garden of Eden" - but then came the "Fall". Giant creatures roamed through forests of gigantic ferns, seeking shelter from the raging elements - until one day their world sank into the ocean, leaving barely a physical trace. Article excerpt not available online

Lemuria – The Lost Continent

Long before Atlantis rose from the waves, mankind dwelt on Lemuria. It was a golden age in the ‘Garden of Eden’ – but then came the ‘Fall’. Giant creatures roamed through forests of gigantic ferns, seeking shelter from the raging elements – until one day their world sank into the ocean, leaving barely a physical trace. Article excerpt not available online

Maya Calendar: In the Realm of the Feathered Snake

The decoding of the Mayan calendar shines a completely new and fascinating light on the history of this Native American culture: for 400 years, Danish Vikings ruled over the Maya. Article excerpt not available online