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12 years ago
s-d.adrain
Hi m8 Good book on this subject "When the Sky Fell: In Search of Atlantis"
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
s-d.adrain
Hi The distance between Argentina and Antartica is about 550 miles? Raleigh sailed round the tip of Argentina what distance of coast was he or could he have been? Also if the China had crosed the Pacific earlier that Columbus could they have had knowlage of Antartica? Just thinking out loud Tnx
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
s-d.adrain
So could it be the cycles of the moon???
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
s-d.adrain
The celts had a god i think called lugh ? i think thay also thought there was a hare on the moon which you can make out if you look closley and use your imagination?
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
s-d.adrain
Hi James, I am not sure? I just feel there are lots of pieces to a large jigsaw in Scotlands History: \Evidence of Templars in Scotland. \The dates of the burning of Jaques De Molay and The battle of Bannockburn. \Robert the Bruce being the first King of Scotland to have St Andrew as Scotlands patron saint. \The Roslyin mystery. E.T.C. X-use my spelling and grammar
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
s-d.adrain
Hi All, I hope this is not wasting time. I am reading Laurence Gardners Secrets of the lost Ark and when reading found very interesting the order or sect of knights within the templars dedicated to St Andrew? I know the theorys that Templars were at the battle of Bannockburn and Robert himself may have been a Templar? Since Robert was the first King of Scotland to use St Andrew as the Patron
Forum: Mysteries
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