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IS INFINITY REAL?
Three puzzles have been proposed to test whether the concept of infinity has purchase in the physical world.

THERE MAY BE TWO (OR MORE) EXTRA PLANETS IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
Astronomers are debating new research that suggests there may be two additional massive planets beyond Neptune in our Solar System.


MORE STONEHENGES UNDER STONEHENGE?
Ground-penetrating radar and 3D laser scanning has created a detailed subsurface map of about four square miles surrounding Stonehenge, revealing what appear to be 15 previously unknown late Neolithic monuments and other henges, barrows (burial mounds), pits and ditches.

19TH-CENTURY WHITE HOUSE GARDEN ALIGNS WITH SOLSTICE SUN
A garden just north of the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington, D.C., was designed so that its statues align with the rising and setting sun on the summer and winter solstices, a physics professor has found..

KING TUT WAS BURIED WITH "EXTRATERRESTRIAL" DAGGER
There has long been a debate as to whether the dagger found on Tut's thigh might have been made out of meteoritic iron--highly venerated by the ancient Egyptians. But is it from space? Scientists set out to answer that question in a recent study, which has just been published.

BUDDHA'S SKULL BONE POSSIBLY FOUND IN ANCIENT CRYPT
Archaeologists have discovered what may be a skull bone from the much revered Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. The bone was hidden inside an ancient Buddhist shrine used for meditation.

'HEALING' DETECTED IN ANTARCTIC OZONE HOLE
Researchers say they have found the first clear evidence that the thinning in the ozone layer above Antarctica is starting to heal. In September 2015 the hole was around four million square kilometers smaller than in the year 2000 - an area roughly the size of India.

MEDITATORS INFLUENCE MOVEMENT OF ATOMIC PARTICLES?
Parapsychologist Dean Radin says his team has produced experimental evidence of consciousness influencing quantum effects.

SPACECRAFT COULD MAKE IT THROUGH A WORMHOLE SAY SCIENTISTS
A physical object, such as a person or a spacecraft, could theoretically make it through a wormhole in the center of a black hole, and maybe even access another universe on the other side, physicists have suggested.

PLAN TO HIDE EARTH FROM ALIENS PROPOSED
A new study in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society introduces a novel way of keeping Earth's presence secret from ET civilizations.
 

EARTH HAS SECOND, 'MINI' MOON
NASA says asteroid 2016 HO3, is currently locked into "a little dance" with Earth. The rock's orbit is irregular, causing it to drift between 38 and 100 times the distance of our planet's primary Moon, and bob up and down across Earth's orbital plane.

THERE MAY BE TWO (OR MORE) EXTRA PLANETS IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
Astronomers are debating new research that suggests there may be two additional massive planets beyond Neptune in our Solar System.


KEY MOLECULE TO LIFE, DETECTED IN SPACE
Scientists announced in May that for the first time they have detected propylene oxide near the center of our Galaxy in Sagittarius.


ANCIENT MANUSCRIPT REVEALS SHAPE OF NOAH'S ARK
According to fragments of the dead sea scrolls, Noah's ark was anything but an ordinary ship. In fact, the new study reveals that it was shaped like Pyramid.

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EGYPT'S OBELISK MYSTERY--UNSOLVED
How Were They Made, and Moved, and What Did They Mean?


By Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D.
I have always found obelisks comforting. Born in Washington, D.C., raised in the D.C. area, and attending George Washington University as an undergraduate, for the first two decades of my life I lived in the shadow of an obelisk, even if it was a modern rendition of the ancient Egyptian versions. I remember from earliest childhood that if I could see the Washington Monument, I knew I was "home".    more...

THE PROBLEM WITH GRAVITY WAVES

Is the Truth Anything Like the Hype?
By Stephen E. Robbins, Ph.D.
The long and ardently sought gravitational waves--long ago predicted to exist by that monument of scientific thought, the General Theory of Relativity (GTR)--have just been found. For a second time, actually, as the first discovery (BICEP2, 2014)--having claimed a "sigma 7" certainty or only a .00000000001% chance of being wrong--was quickly debunked. So this new discovery has been announced jointly by the LIGO Collaboration and the VIRGO collaboration in March 2016. These waves were detected, it is stated, from the collision of two black holes over a billion years ago. We can hear the voice of Morgan Freeman extolling this on the "Discovery Channel" in awed, deep and reverent tones.    more...

DINOSAUR TALES

Did the Road to Extinction Take a Detour?
BY Steven Sora

Sixty-five million years ago a great extinction took place on Earth. It is said to have wiped out just about all life on Earth including the dinosaurs. But did it? Alligators, sea turtles, sharks, horseshoe crabs, the platypuses, and cockroaches were among the survivors. But there were more. A large fish called the 'coelacanth' had been swimming in the ocean as far back as the Devonian period, 350 million years ago. Fossils of this large, oily fish have been found in lakes, swamps, inland seas, and the oceans of many parts of the world.   more...

THE QUEST FOR KING ARTHUR'S LOST TOMB

Has Camelot Finally Been Found?
By Graham Phillips

The story of King Arthur is known throughout the world. However, the fabled Camelot and Arthur's secret burial at the Isle of Avalon are themes that historians have long considered pure fantasy. Now, in my latest book, "The Lost Tomb of King Arthur," I present what I believe to be compelling evidence that King Arthur was a real, historical figure. Moreover, I am convinced I have identified his capital city and found his grave.   more...

SHUFFLING OFF THE MORTAL COIL

What Should We Expect of Our Death?
By Michael E. Tymn
Neither mainstream science nor orthodox religion has been able to provide satisfying or comforting answers as to what happens when a person dies. Scientists subscribing to a materialistic or nihilistic view will say that nothing happens beyond the decaying process--end of story. Most religions, however, subscribe to a belief that some component of the person--usually referred to as the "soul"--survives death and lives on in another dimension of reality, although with some religions that soul might not "awaken" until some far-off day of resurrection.    more...

ALTERNATIVE NEWS

RETURN OF THE MOON 'SHARD'

The possible existence of a very tall tower on the Moon has gotten new attention lately. Images found on Google Moon show what appears to be a 3.5-mile spire rising from a crater. The images have been featured in YouTube videos and are causing considerable excitement in some quarters, but the story is not a new one. In fact, the second issue of "Atlantis Rising," published in early 1995, featured an interview with famed space researcher Richard Hoagland--author of the Face on Mars--which included discussion of NASA Apollo photos of what was then called "The Shard."    more...



INDUS CIVILIZATION 9,000 YEARS OLD

The Indus River Valley civilization in western India and eastern Pakistan is far older than previously believed. In fact, a new study in the journal "Nature" (May 25, 2016) is citing evidence gathered from state-of-the-art "optically stimulated luminescence" technology used on pottery in the Mohenjo-Daro area, near a river once considered only mythical. Pottery from what many believe is the valley of the Saraswati River, mentioned in Vedic lore, is now yielding dating to greater than 9,000 years BP (before present) or about 7,000 BC. more...


ANTIKYTHERA'S PREDICTION MACHINE
The Antikythera device--found in 1901 by sponge divers near Crete--was intended to help predict the future. That is the conclusion of a new analysis of thousands of tiny Greek characters etched on its surfaces.    more...

NEFERTITI STILL MISSING
As "Atlantis Rising" goes to press, the cold case file on Nefertiti's tomb remains unsolved. Previous reports here, and elsewhere, have indicated that the missing, 3,300-year-old, remains of the legendary Egyptian queen might be found in hidden chambers adjoining King Tut's tomb.    more...

CONGRESS INVESTIGATES COLD FUSION
Despite considerable evidence that so-called 'cold fusion' (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction or LENR) is a real phenomenon, it has languished for many years for want of attention. That situation could be changing, though. According to science/energy columnist David Hambling, writing for the "Popular Mechanics" website, a committee of the U.S. Congress has now asked the Secretary of Defense to provide a briefing on recent LENR advancements.    more...



CONVERTING ASTEROIDS INTO SPACESHIPS
The many potential uses for asteroids are just beginning to dawn on us. Already some companies have formed to mine them of their possible gold, silver, platinum, and other treasures, while enriching the miners in the process. A problem with the idea, though, has been the cost of traveling and shipping to and from those remote space rocks. Now another company is proposing that we bring those valuable asteroids to us, or at least to more accessible locations.   more...

HOW DO BIRDS FIND THEIR WAY HOME?
How do animals know where they are going? Ever since Darwin, that question has been a tough one for materialists who think all intelligence begins and ends with the brain.    more...

NAZI A-BOMB DISCOVERY CLAIMED

Did Hitler have a nuke? At least one researcher believes he did; and, moreover, Peter Lohr, a 70-year-old amateur German historian, says he knows where the bomb can now be found.   more...

UNKNOWN MONUMENT DISCOVERED AT PETRA
In "Atlantis Rising" #119 astrology columnist Julie Loar reported on new insights into the Nabataean Zodiac at the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. Then, in June, came the announcement that satellite imagery has now revealed a previously undiscovered giant monument near the city.    more...

INNER CONNECTIONS

DID NEWTON PREDICT THE STATE OF ISRAEL?
The Great Mathematician and Scientist Took Biblical Prophecy Very Seriously
By John Chambers
Poet, Yehuda Amichai, wrote, "The air over Jerusalem is saturated with prayers and dreams," and these outpourings of human longing are nowhere more evident than around the Temple Mount in East Jerusalem. Here the three great monotheistic religions of the world--Islam, Judaism, and Christianity--confront each other in uneasy alliance. On one side of the plateau, the Dome of the Rock shelters a craggy piece of limestone marking the site where the temples of Solomon and Jerusalem once stood. From this rock's scarred surface, Muhammad ascended on his Night Journey to Mecca; Jacob saw a ladder stretching up to heaven; and Abraham almost sacrificed his son to God. Within the precincts of the temple, Jesus delivered his last sermons. Legend has it that the Ark of the Covenant, missing since the destruction of Solomon's Temple, is hidden in a cave beneath the Rock.    more...

ANCIENT WISDOM

WEDDING TABOOS
Social Evolution or Deliberate Design?
By Rita Louise, Ph.D.
Getting married is an age-old celebration, which commemorates the joining of two individuals together. For many in today's society it represents picking out invitations, dresses, decorations, food and flowers, and finally tying the knot. Yet getting married is more than just fun and frivolities. It is a ritualized contract that forms a legal partnership between the individuals. This contract establishes the rights and obligations between the happy couple and those of any potential offspring.    more...

ANCIENT MYSTERIES

THE DRAGON FACTOR
Why Do Some Believe the Myths Could Be Truer than We Thought?
By William B. Stoecker

Of all the mythical, magical creatures of ancient legend and modern folklore, none is more widespread than the dragon found in art and folklore all over the world. The appearance of dragons in paintings and drawings varies a bit from one region to another and over time, but it is remarkably similar. Basically, they are represented as serpent-like, often of great size, generally able to fly, and sometimes with relatively short legs, giving them a more lizard-like appearance. more...

THE OTHER SIDE
INNER VOICES
The Need to Distinguish Friend from Foe
By Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D.
One evening during World War Two, Winston Churchill was about to get into his limousine on his accustomed side of the car where, indeed, the door was held open for him. Just then, as he later recounted, "Something said, 'Stop!' " Not questioning the unusual command, the PM simply walked around the car and climbed in the other side. He remained seated on that side as the car sped through London. Suddenly a bomb exploded alongside, lifting the car on two wheels, nearly causing it to somersault. The chubby statesman said later that it was probably his weight that kept the car from overturning.    more...

LOST HISTORY
WORLD ORDER--ANCIENT-STYLE
Could the Builders of Megalithic Sites Stay in Touch?
By Frank Joseph
In AR #118, my article, "America's Ancient Egyptian Link," reported some remarkable correspondences between the Nile Delta's Great Pyramid and North America's greatest earthwork. Monks Mound, across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, in western Illinois, shares the same construction period, base dimensions, and solar orientation with the Giza Plateau's foremost monument. These parallels suggest that dynastic Egyptians, or someone, sailed the Atlantic forty-five centuries ago to recreate the Great Pyramid in the New World. If so, they left behind even more evidence of their presence, in the form of similarly colossal memorials on our continent and elsewhere.   more...

ASTROLOGY
THE MARS EFFECT
Astrology and Statistical Significance
BY JULIE LOAR
Mars was named for the Roman god of war, and he has a long list of associations ranging from lightning to agriculture, which linked him with other gods. His name was likely derived from the earlier Etruscan god Maris. In ancient times the archetype of Mars was a sacrificial god of spring, born of a celestial virgin without the aid of a sky god. In Babylon the month of atonement for this yearly sacrifice was Marcheshvan.   more...

PUBLISHER'S LETTER
GETTING TO THE HEART OF CAMELOT

By J. Douglas Kenyon
Popular British writer Graham Phillips ("The Lost Tomb of King Arthur"), is one of the leading authorities on the historical origins of the Camelot stories. He also believes it all happened in the fifth century Iron Age, not the Middle Ages as represented by the grail romances. Phillips now argues that the bones of King Arthur himself will be found in Shropshire, and he is campaigning to have a specific site there dug up by archaeologists. You can read his article on page 40 of this issue. more... 

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