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Via GrahamHancock.com Marty Leeds has a new article available now.
Greetings readers. My name is Marty Leeds and I am the author of three books, Pi & The English Alphabet Volume 1, Volume 2 and the recently released The Peacock’s Tales – The Alchemical Writings of Claudia Pavonis. I have uncovered a mathematical cipher hidden beneath the English Alphabet that is based on religious and secret society symbols and methodologies (a deconstruction we will explore in this article). I have an ongoing lecture series discussing symbolism, mythology, numerology, gematria and sacred geometry on my sites www.martyleeds33.com and www.youtube.com/martyleeds33 showing the myriad ways in which we can utilize this numeric cryptogram. The following article is an excerpt from my book The Peacock’s Tales – The Alchemical Writings of Claudia Pavonis. Thank you in advanced for your time and consideration.
Gematria is the art of assigning numbers to letters to reveal deeper meanings and significance to words.… Read the rest
Scott Onstott is an unexpected alchemist. A soft spoken architect and autocad teacher by trade, Onstott has found himself called to continue in the footsteps of modern alternative historians such as Graham Hancock & Robert Bauval, in pursuit of a greater Mystery, encoded in myth and mystical architecture, hidden in plain sight throughout the ages. The revelations provided are truly biblical in their ‘proportions’ and denote a hidden history and lost science which informs the very foundations of our modern world.
SGI: You are best known for your documentary film, “Secrets in Plain Sight” which demonstrates the deliberate encoding of occulted numerology and symbology in the design of city grids, government institutions, corporate headquarters and temple structures throughout the planet. For those unfamiliar with your work, please describe the purpose behind the film.
Secrets In Plain Sight is a series of films about art, architecture, and cities specifically designed to embody ancient wisdom.… Read the rest