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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
I can make money other ways. Anyway, there is less than $1.50 "profit" from each Amazon sale. This is because the books are expensive-to-print, full-color volumes with hundreds of images, much like Graham Hancock's Heaven's Mirror with Santha's gorgeous photos. Wow, what a moving book.... Besides, like Kahlil Gibran's view of children, I feel the story came through me -- not from/t
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Sorry, Carol. Sincerely mis-thought that I'd answered your question. Mars had advanced life. It's a huge amount to explain in a message board post. See Chapter 13 in the GNOSIS Onward series. The outdated 3rd Edition is still available for downloading from this site: The 4th Edition is post-2012 and thoroughly updated. it's available via Amazon.com and well worth a few bucks. At this p
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Yes, Don. Your take is anything but science fiction. I urge you to honor your intuition -- which is unerringly accurate until the intellect rears its arrogant head and confuses true knowing, or what the Greeks called gnosis. Esoteric lore indicates that advanced life continued on Mars until about 15,000 or so years ago. That's when the fatal asteroidal impact occurred. You can still see the
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Dr Rita and Carol, My books are the GNOSIS Onward series, now in its 4th Edition, post-December 2012, version. The primary purpose of the series was to openly broadcast astonishing findings from 4+ decades of meandering, global esoteric research involving visits to most of Earth’s continents. Initially, another aim was to reassure some frightened readers that our world would survive the
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Yes, Kristin, I do believe there likely is microbial life on Mars still. This is because various signs point to it. First, the Curiosity 'rover' has now drilled Martian rock and analyzed Martian soil. The rover’s Mars Science Lab results have shown that the precursors for microbial life remain present on the Martian surface. Second.... Methane is produced by life processes, including bacteri
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Hi Kristin, Thanks for the book reference. I'll definitely explore it. And what we humans are left with is described clearly in my writings. I gave away two (pre-publication PDFs of the pre-2012) 3rd Edition GNOSIS series books as free downloads on this site last year. However, I came to the conclusion that most posters had never read them. They simply read until they reacted negatively to
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Don, I have just scanned Dr. Rita's Man-Made, and she does cover the topic. My books also cover the topic in a fusion of hard science with esoteric lore and the fruits of personal research. This includes the story of 'Leonardo', whom I knew for three decades. And he genuinely seemed to be a Martian soul incarnated into a human body. In my research, when some of those souls have incarna
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Kristin, I am learning this lesson in brain-injury recovery. As you may remember, I can barely walk and type with one finger using my still-functioning hand. Nevertheless, I got out the 4th Edition of three volumes in the GNOSIS Onward series in June. There's a lot to be said for sitting focused for 8-10 hours a day. What I've discovered in the stillness of disabilty is that every inne
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Duncan, Thanks for the link: The book looks interesting. And the eBook at $2.99 is quite a bargain! Lew
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Yes, Kristin. We do need to look off the coasts. Apologies if this posting offends your rational sensibilities. As you already know, "megalithic" is a combination of two Greek words meaning ”large” and ”stone”. In anthropology, the term refers to giant stone constructions erected in prehistoric times, often by unknown people. Also, Incan sources from centuries ago attributed their
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
131. Ghosts
Aloha Dr. Rita, At the risk of igniting a theological debate due to the polarized human condition, I will wade in here. Please forgive the lengthiness of this post. I have never sided with any of the political dualities of the previous (5th solar Age) epoch, but a dualism dynamic has been so deeply woven into the human condition that nearly everyone subliminally listens for 'which side' other
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Thanks, Don. There were some interesting ideas at the link. And my understanding is that The Face on Mars has been clearly shown to be a trick of light and shadow on a natural formation. Still, I do believe that a warmer, wetter Mars once teemed with life. My books explore this in detail. Lew
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Kristin, As I have summarized in publications, once the Roman Empire formally adopted Christianity as its official religion in 380 CE, older spiritual systems with their multiple deities were suppressed. The new story was then progressively amended over many decades to broaden its appeal in pagan societies. And the church, which came under government control, eventually elevated Jesus to
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Dr. Rita, In my mind, the key conundrum is whether people are: (1) simply emotionally agitated with fear due to some of the past unintended consequences of well-intended science, or (2) having an authentic intuitive knowing about the perils of a bioengineering/GM approach to boosting food production. As Richard Brautigan wrote years ago.... "Scientists, mad or otherwise, should not
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Thank you, Dr. Rita. That's more than a great start. Would you please help me understand how you arrived at ancient dates for the development and destruction of the atmosphere on Mars? In my research, these numerical ideas were all based on circular, self-referencing opinions or assumption-ridden speculation. I appreciate your indulging my curiosity. Esoteric 'gnostic' lore tags the great ca
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Sam. I loved your paragraph, quoted below: "I believe people are going to be in for a series of shocks over the next couple decades and geysers will be the least of them. Once there is solid theoretical footing for understanding the evidence a lot of things should start emerging. Once we know where to look more evidence will come to light as well. We have only questions now becaus
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha M Lynch, I was unfamiliar with the write-up. Thank you for the link. And I haven't read Fingerprints since devouring it in 3 sittings in London in the 1990s. I'll look for the language reference in the sequel. My books in the Gnosis Onward series deal with this language issue in depth. And the information I summarize came from entirely different, esoteric sources. It's nice when dive
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Sam, Some evidence seems to show that 20th century scientific discoveries in areas such as quantum mechanics may have been known long ago. This JustEnergyRadio interview with Joseph Farrell from Dr. Rita's YouTube site is intriguing: To save time, you may wish to listen to the 9:00-15:50 minute stretch, which has some astonishing information from Dr. Farrell's research and book
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Dr. Rita, I was rather intrigued by your brief comments on Mars and its connection with life on Earth in a Mysteries thread. Is the Mars-related information you referred to in your book entitled Man-Made? If so, I will look for the info when I read the volume. In the meanwhile, any other comments you might wish to make would be gratefully received. Having spent decades searching out
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Riaan, As usual, this was a terrifically informed and clear presentation. I appreciated the legend of using red versus no borders to identify pictures of statues and engravings. The visual summary was then nicely augmented by crisp descriptions. The X-ray image was informative to anyone with experience in reading such pictures. Thanks! Lew
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Riaan, The input is appreciated. You have a keen eye! And I meant what I wrote...just expressed it rather poorly. When we previously used pencils, this is why they had erasers. BTW, I saw no e-address in your GHMB profile, so I sent a note via the Contact tab on your website, which is ever so rich. Am patiently awaiting your reply in order to email Chapter 20 on Moses. Your uniqu
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Yes, absolutely! Thanks to Freddy Silva for your most instructive and research-based April AoM forum. It was a great learning month. And an enthusiastic welcome to you, Riaan Booysen. May is an eye-opener already. Your ambitious scope of topics is inspirational. As to sunny weather in the UK? I do hope this heralds a speedy rehab period for you, Graham. You'll need to be in good form fo
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Riaan, First, thank you for such a diligently researched body of work. The ambitious scope of topics you have considered is truly inspiring. Second, as to the burning bush episode, a practical explanation does fail to fit; hence, it seems to me that there are five domains of alternative possibilities or combinations thereof: (1) Mythology, (2) Distortion of actual events, (3) Metaphysic
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Freddy, You wrote: "Ah yes, but I don’t spend years researching material just to make myself agreeable. I follow the facts and watch where they lead. When I began my Templar book I had no idea it would lead to such an original understanding. And that is fun, because I’m not trying to force the facts to fit my preconceptions. If the conclusion upsets a consensus then so be it...."
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Brad, This was a riveting read. Truly authentic, and one of your best yet. Your success with teaching and inspiring continues to expand. Lew
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
My challenge is that, until very recently, I had read no topical books nor visited topical websites since about 2000. Hence, I misses Lomas' 2002 book. This self-imposed literary hermithood was to ensure research purity with respect to my own writings. Again, thanks for the tip. Lew
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha Brad, Thank you. This is the most intriguing material you've posted in a while. Once you articulated these patterns, I feel that I've finally noticed the blindingly obvious. After never encountering this perspective during decades of global research.... Still, some of the most astonishing sources of esoteric secrets for my books were either in Switzerland or VERY near to it. And their
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Your energy and contributions in March have been appreciated. Thanks again for the Kindle download of The Christmas Code. I'll be ready to review as soon as I've read it carefully. By the way, the eBook formatting is excellent. Best wishes with the revision that you have been inspired to undertake. Lew
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Aloha James, Hope your Island time was blissful. I've been mulling over the very issue you raised. I became even more curious upon reading Mark Grant's story about the moving lights he saw in the sky. The Magi had been initiated to access authentic wisdom, and advanced initiates can fluidly access epistemological sources. Such folks were steeped in ancient ‘pagan’ traditions that our scienti
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6 years ago
Dr. Lew Graham
Thomas, I was simply speculating about the dearth of on-point discussion -- not judging/condemning it in any way. Your reply to Mark Grant encompassed another explanation. People DO like free stuff, regardless of whether they really desire gratis items. You've done a super job of AoM hosting. Unfortunately, though, I am rigid about reserving comments until after I've actually read an enitire
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