Ancient Worlds

This page lists all articles published in Facts are Facts concerning the topic Ancient Worlds.

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...

Mithras mysteries: The Sun's Bringer of Light

Eighteen hundred years ago, the sun was worshipped from Britain to the Balkans, from the Balearics to the Black Sea - and so was Mithras, who gave the sun's light to humanity. Article excerpt not available online

James the Just: Christianity's Forgotten Hero

James the Just was not only Jesus’ younger brother, but also his successor as leader of the first Christians. If Christianity had built its church on this rock, the world would be a different place today. Read here the forgotten story of a man whose memory was deliberately erased by the Church. Read more...

Simon Peter: Built on the Wrong Rock

The Roman Church chose an extremely bad patron saint for itself: Simon Peter, who was never commissioned by Jesus to found a church. Read more...

The Power of Sound

How music caused the rise and fall of great cultures in antiquity—from ancient India to the Roman Empire. Read more...

America: The Promised Land

America was long known to the world's initiates. They determined when it might be "discovered". They chose the discoverer. They knew the plan for the New World and its purpose: to become the leading nation in the promised Goden Age. Read more...