Was there truly an ancient continent somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean that succumbed to cataclysmic floods sometime around the end of the last Ice Age (circa 10,000 to 8,000 BC) and then all but disappeared to history? If so, is there any genuine hard evidence to show that the legend of Atlantis is founded in truth?
Andrew Collins, author of Gateway to Atlantis, says yes. And over the course of this book, he weaves together various clues across multiple scholarly disciplines to demonstrate that indeed there is ample reason to conclude that the legend of Atlantis is actually a significant part of human history, one that may even tie together the ancient histories of Mesoamerican, European and Near East cultures.
Gateway to Atlantis does not promote a New Age image of Atlantean pyramids and crystal mindlight generators — regardless of whether such ideas are true or not. Rather, Mr. Collins is an astute historical detective who bases his arguments on ancient source material and a broad base of knowledge regarding ancient cultures, peoples and geographies. He may very well have pieced together just about all of the necessary clues to pinpoint exactly where the ancient seat of Atlantis existed. Only time — and archaeological dedication — will tell if Mr. Collins is right.
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“Very possibly, these are the same islands that Plato informs us were used by ancient voyagers to reach ‘the opposite continent’, i.e. the American mainland. What is more, the suggestion that Atlantis also gained control of lands within the Pillars of Hercules clearly implies that the empire established itself in both Europe and Libya. All this would indicate some kind of connection between the supposed Atlanteans of the Western Ocean and the ‘voyagers’ from within the Mediterranean, whom Plato tells us were able to reach ‘the opposite continent’ via a series of ‘other islands’, before the final destruction of Atlantis.” (p. 57)
Plato is the main and primary source of the Atlantean legend, and his fictional accounts of this mythic land, as told in the Timaeus and the Critias, are where Mr. Collins begins. And one of the most intriguing clues Plato gives us is the idea that ancient voyagers, prior to the destruction of Atlantis, used the Atlantean islands as stopovers to reach an “opposite continent” that Mr. Collins identifies as the American mainland.
Plato is the starting place for Mr. Collins’ Atlantean detective story and he distills some important clues from Plato’s fictional account. Plato makes it clear that mariners from some past age were able to cross the Atlantic Ocean and reach the Atlantean mainland — as well as the “opposite” continent beyond the Atlantean islands. A natural cataclysm involving earthquakes and floods destroyed the Atlantean islands and left, in the wake of the destruction, “an ‘impassable sea’ of mud and shoals (which Mr. Collins identifies as either the Sargasso Sea or the shallow waters of the Bahamas, or both) [that] occupies the former position of the sunken island preventing any further navigation to ‘the opposite continent’.” (p. 72)
If this is indeed true, how did the memory of this prehistoric age survive some 8,000 years and make its way across the Atlantic to reach Plato?
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” …I now feel we can safely conclude that the Hesperides were indeed the West Indies, and that a sketchy knowledge of this island group’s existence persisted into Roman times. It was information such as this that writers including Pliny, Sebosus and Solinus would seem to have picked up on and used as geographical anecdotes in their respective works. In turn, much later writers such as Isidore of Seville, Dicuil and Honorius of Autun included this information in their own works, which were much later consulted by medieval cartographers prior to the age of discovery. In this way ancient maritime lore, perhaps thousands of years old, came into the possession of European explorers and chroniclers in the wake of Columbus’ first voyage to the New World.” (p. 98)
In order to determine whether or not ancient mariners had crossed the Atlantic, Mr. Collins scours the ancient works. But the old texts abound with islands whose ancient names often don’t have clearly identified modern counterparts. Islands such as the Gorgades, the Blessed Isles, the Fortunate Isles and the Hesperides are often referenced — however, the modern islands to which those names refer are, apparently, still debated.
After some heavy detective work, Mr. Collins seems to make sense of all the various ancient island names and concludes that the Hesperides refers to the islands of the West Indies, in the Caribbean. This is an extremely important deduction because it means that all ancient references to voyages to the Hesperides refer to Atlantic crossings to the Caribbean — in other words, transatlantic voyages.
“…if I am correct in my identification of the geographical locations to which he alludes, then we have a very rare discovery indeed. I say this because the words of Sebosus, as Oviedo obviously realised in the sixteenth century, appear to confirm that transatlantic journeys had taken place between Cape Verde on the African coast and the West Indies in ancient times. Evidence that this is indeed the case comes from the 40 days’ sailing time Sebosus gives for the voyage between the Gorgades and the Hesperides.” (p. 95)
Apparently, 40 days sailing time is an accurate duration between the Cape Verde Isles (which Mr. Collins identifies with the ancient Gorgades islands, off the west coast of Africa) and the islands of the West Indies (which Mr. Collins identifies with the Hesperides). If Mr. Collins is correct — and he pores through a vast amount of research to support the identification of these islands — then we have some substantial evidence to support the idea of ancient transatlantic voyages. This alone is enough to upset the modern notion of our ancient history.
But if the islands of the Caribbean, also known today as the Antilles (note the consonants “A-T-L” inherent in both Antilles and Atlantis) are the source of the Atlantean legend which was then brought east to Europe via ancient transatlantic voyagers, then who were these ancient mariners? Is there any evidentiary support of a seagoing people with transatlantic capabilities?
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“…if the Phoenicians and Carthaginians really were responsible for introducing Caribbean catastrophe myths to the Mediterranean world prior to the age of Plato, could these nations be linked directly to the Atlantis legend? Incredibly the answer is yes.” (p. 161-162)
In addition to ancient tales alluding to transatlantic voyages, it seems that Egyptian mummies hold some tantalizing clues that suggest transatlantic voyages must have occurred during Pharaonic times. Numerous mummies have been found to contain residue of tobacco and coca leaves. While it’s possible that tobacco leaves could have reached Egypt from more fertile parts of Africa during ancient times, Mr. Collins notes that the only source of the coca leaves could have been from the Americas.
“As fantastic as this proposal might seem, the only realistic solution to explain the discovery of cocaine in Egyptian mummies is to suggest trading contact between the two continents. Furthermore, if the coca leaf was really being exported in this manner, there has to be a possibility that tobacco from Central America was also being shipped to the ancient world. The presence of tobacco and cocaine in the same Egyptian individuals would tend to support this supposition. Moreover, the strange relationship between the names used for tobacco smoking on both sides of the Atlantic implies a cross-fertilisation of terminology, techniques, and quite possibly even plants and produce centuries before the age of Columbus. Only by establishing this ancient trade route can we go on to propose a means by which knowledge of the Caribbean islands, and the cataclysms they would seem to have suffered in some past age, can have reached the Mediterranean world prior to the age of Plato.” (p. 124)
The Phoenicians were, apparently, accomplished mariners, setting up trade routes from islands off the west coast of Africa all the way up to the British Isles. And while Mr. Collins cites circumstantial evidence from ancient texts to support the idea that the ancient Phoenicians made it to the American shores, multiple discoveries in New England of ancient Carthaginian coins (ancient Carthage having originated as a Phoenician colony) gives hard credence to the idea that Phoenician mariners must have reached America in ancient times.
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“What all this suggests is that memories were preserved among the tribes of Mesoamerica regarding a single island landmass from which came a displaced peoples who formed the ruling dynasties of the earliest races to inhabit the region.” (p. 223)
Conquest & Cataclysm
Via the conquest of the New World, Mr. Collins takes the reader on a journey into indigenous Mesoamerican myth — myth that over and over again, across multiple cultures throughout the Americas, talks about an ancient Caribbean cataclysm that tore apart a single landmass via earthquakes and floods, leaving behind the scattered islands that we know today.
Mr. Collins provides clues to ancient civilizations that existed in the Caribbean prior to the indigenous populations that were found when the Portuguese and Spanish arrived in the New World. From Olmec, Toltec, Aztec, Maya, Taino, Carib and other indigenous sources, Mr. Collins presents a convincing case that the native Mesoamerican tradition is consistent: They all speak of the origins of their civilization having emerged from the ruins from some great ancient cataclysm.
But what was this cataclysm?
Amazingly, Mr. Collins presents astounding geological evidence across the southeastern part of North America — a scarred, lunar-type landscape of impact craters known as the Carolina Bays. Mr. Collins suggests that the Carolina Bays is the geological scarring that resulted from a comet, breaking up in mid-flight, as it headed just beyond what is now the Caribbean, and what was once known as the continent of Atlantis. Mr. Collins cites two deep sea impact sites just to the east of the Caribbean as the comet’s ground zero.
The tsunamis that resulted devastated the Atlantean islands and affected the Earth’s climate such that the last Ice Age ended, the ice melted, the water levels rose — and the waters that covered that Atlantean landmass never receded.
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“All the evidence presented by the mythological traditions of the early cultures of Mesoamerica points toward the islands of the Greater Antilles being the original homeland of their earliest ancestors and wisdom-bringers, described repeatedly as ‘serpents’ or ‘feathered serpents’.” (p. 237)
Mr. Collins wraps up Gateway to Atlantis with some fascinating deductions, comparing the Mesoamerican legends of the serpent people with the Hebrew tradition of the Nephilim, the race of titans (perhaps serpent-like) who helped humanity re-establish civilization following the aftermath of the global cataclysm that ended the last Ice Age.
As this burgeoning paradigm unfolds before us in this age of information and awakening, it seems perfectly logical that if there truly was a race of advanced beings on planet Earth who helped jump start human civilization during pre-historic times, then the myths of these beings should be consistent across the planet. Mr. Collins demonstrates that there is good evidence to support this consistency.
At the outset of this review, I noted that Mr. Collins had identified the ancient seat of the Atlantean empire — and I have purposefully left out that important tidbit of information. I don’t want to give away everything.
Gateway to Atlantis may very well be the definitive scholarly work on raising Atlantis from its watery tomb. At the very least, Mr. Collins has demonstrated with an abundant amount of direct evidence that there is a fascinating narrative to explain how the story of Atlantis passed from history to legend to myth — from destruction to indigenous lore; from the tales of ancient transatlantic mariners to Egypt; and from Egypt to Plato.
It is entirely within the realm of possibility that with Gateway to Atlantis Mr. Collins has hit ground zero. And perhaps with further investigation into the area identified by Mr. Collins, we may eventually be able to flesh out the part of this narrative that precedes the destruction of Atlantean continent.
The Lost Continent of Mu
by James Churchward
(Adventures Unlimited Press)
Putting together the prehistoric story of ancient humankind is a daunting task and in The Lost Continent of Mu, James Churchward may very well have a number of pieces of this garbled puzzle. Although this 1926 book is perhaps not quite flawless, the story of James Churchward and how he came to believe he possessed the lost narrative of humankind is a fascinating tale in and of itself. Mr. Churchward was a world traveler, explorer and researcher. While stationed in India, he claims to have been taught to read humankind’s first and original language — symbol-based texts from prehistoric tablets that today are either lost or remain hidden.
After reading The Lost Continent of Mu, it seems that the spirit of Mr. Churchward’s investigation is certainly true and the overarching scope of humankind’s ancient tale weaved by Mr. Churchward does make perfect sense in today’s burgeoning paradigm. Mr. Churchward gives additional good reason to seriously consider that an ancient continent once existed in the Pacific Ocean (the remnants of which are the dotted islands currently scattered across the waters) and that humankind — or at least one branch of humankind — can trace its origins to this fabled land.
Author and prehistory expert David Hatcher Childress penned the introduction to The Lost Continent of Mu, and his telling of the Churchward story is equally as intriguing as the contents of the book itself. Mr. Churchward’s life path was quite a journey.
In 1868, at the age of 18, Mr. Churchward was sent to India as part of the British military where he eventually rose to the rank of Colonel — and during which time he befriended a Hindu rishi. Over the course of a 12-year friendship, this Hindu priest…
“…gave Churchward access to some very rare and mystical ancient tablets which had purportedly been hidden in the temple vaults for thousands of years. The tablets were carved with arcane symbols, and the rishi began teaching Churchward how to interpret some of the simpler signs. Churchward proved an avid student, and the lessons continued until eventually Churchward had mastered the language — supposed to be the original language of Mankind!” (p. ii)
This language was the language of the continent of Mu, the fabled motherland of humanity. It was a language of symbols that, as Mr. Churchward contends, went on to influence the hieroglyphic scripts of the Pacific Island cultures, the Maya, the ancient Egyptians as well as the cultures of Central Asia and India, among others. After retiring from the military in 1880, Churchward spent the next 8 years, traveling around the Pacific, Asia and Australia interpreting ancient documents in light of his knowledge of the lost language of Mu and looking for evidence of ancient cataclysms that would lend credence to his belief that a continent once existed in the Pacific.
In 1888, Mr. Churchward settled in New York and, armed with his documents, photographs and personal paintings collected during his world travels, he eventually put to paper what he had learned. The result, in 1926, was The Lost Continent of Mu, a classic work that has never been out of print.
The Old Master
The linchpin to Mr. Churchward’s work is the initial relationship he forged with the Indian rishi, a man who Mr. Churchward refers to as “Master.” During a lecture given before the American Society for Psychical Research on April 20, 1931, Mr. Churchward referred to the Indian rishi thusly:
“This priest was a great Master, the most proficient Master that has lived since the time of Jesus…
“…Many do not know the actual meaning of Master. In olden times this title was bestowed on those who had Mastered the Cosmic Sciences and Learnt how to control the Cosmic Forces, and had brought his material body under the absolute control of his inner self.
“This old Master and his two cousins…were the sole survivors of the Naacal Brotherhood which had existed for 70,000 years. This Brotherhood had been formed in the Motherland, when experts of religion and the Cosmic Sciences were being sent from Mu to her various colonies.” (p. xi-xii)
If Mr. Churchward indeed had direct interaction with a Master, as described above, during his eight years stationed in India, then that alone is an amazing story — one that I hope to find written about in more detail elsewhere.
Nevertheless, it is no doubt that when Mr. Churchward left India in 1880, he did so with a mission — to find real world evidence to substantiate what he learned from the Indian Master.
According to Mr. Churchward, Mu was the biblical Garden of Eden. It was the advent of humanity on planet Earth, the continent where humanity was born and the root from which humanity spread across the globe. Mr. Churchward interprets ancient documents in light of this perspective — documents like the Mayan Troano Codex, the Tibetan Lhasa Codex, the Egyptian Book of the Dead, as well as the Naacal Tablets (the secret tablets shown to him by the rishi during his time in India).
According to Mr. Churchward, ancient documents and inscriptions of Central and South America talk about a “Land to the West” that was swallowed by the waters. He finds consistency in the ancient symbology of lands on both sides of the Pacific, suggesting a pre-historic link that connected Southeast Asia, Australia, the Pacific Islands and the Americas. This consistency among symbols found in ancient sites and texts from around the globe suggests a singular source, and Mr. Churchward provides abundant evidence in support.
So is Mr. Churchward correct?
I am certainly not qualified enough in the study of ancient symbology to make a judgment on Mr. Churchward’s conclusions. Nevertheless, his approach to the subject is irreproachable. Symbology is the road to take. If indeed there is a singular seed to humanity’s tree, then it probably begins at the point where all of the ancient symbols meet.
The Sirian Revelations Trilogy
by Patricia Cori
Patricia Cori is a clairvoyant who has been involved in the New Age movement since the early 70s. According to Ms. Cori, the three books that constitute The Sirian Revelations Trilogy (1. Cosmos of Soul; 2. Atlantis Rising; and 3. No More Secrets, No More Lies) are the product of communications from entities who refer to themselves as the Speakers of the Sirian High Council, sixth dimension beings from within the Sirius star system. If these writings are true, the Sirians have been involved with humanity’s story since our inception (this idea is consistent with Drunvalo Melchizedek’s claim that the Sirians are the paternal side of our ET lineage).
I first read these books a couple of years ago and I rapidly devoured the whole trilogy because the books are brimming with information that seems to make sense of the puzzle pieces of our burgeoning modern paradigm in a simple, yet spiritually eloquent way. Or perhaps I was simply being fed the information that I wanted to read. Perhaps this was instead a brilliant work of fiction that elegantly weaves together the various strands of our contemporary alternative mythos of global conspiracies, alien agendas and multidimensional realities.
I’ve now re-read the trilogy with a bit more of a refined perspective, and though these books may truthfully be transmissions from wise ethereal beings, my second reading of the books has left me with a question or two which we’ll explore during the course of this review.
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“We, the human race, are capable of receiving and transmitting thoughts on many levels and we have the ability to transform those impulses into words.” (px, Cosmos)
Let’s first discuss the manner in which Ms. Cori began receiving the Sirian transmissions, because the story of how this began is either a classic example of how the ethereal realms mingle with the physical to produce synchronistic events, or a classic fictional tale.
For Ms. Cori, it all began with a dream — a dream that she had of a crop circle. Subsequently, while in a bookstore during a trip to England, she would see a photo of the exact same crop circle from her dream. It turned out that circle was England’s latest crop formation, so naturally Ms. Cori was drawn to it. While meditating within the circle, Ms. Cori ended up in an hour-long trance state during which she claims she was activated. Weeks later, she began receiving transmissions from the Sirian High Council.
Every morning around 4 a.m., Ms. Cori would awake…
“…to a strange sound — like static running through my head — as if a radio station were being tuned in the base of my brain…In a trance-like state, I went into my studio, switched on the Mac, and watched in amazement as my fingers began to tap out a message through the keys of the computer. A channel, it appeared, had literally been blasted open!” (pxvi-xvii, Atlantis)
After one year of transmissions, Ms. Cori’s first book in the trilogy, Cosmos of Soul, was born.
“[Patricia], a conscious energy being, does not simply perform as a robot, bringing our rhetoric through her fingertips and into her computer. A consciousness unit, she experiences our thoughts in a form of telepathic synergy; she sees images as we transmit those waves across the screen of her third-eye vision, and then, as a physical being of your realm, condenses into words that which is our intended meaning.” (p186, Cosmos)
Skeptics may naturally find Ms. Cori’s story preposterous. For many, existence beyond the physical is something that the head does not easily wrap around. That’s understandable. Most all of us have lived in that world — a world where the scaffolding of one’s belief structure forms the skeleton upon which one’s reality is clothed. It seems, however, that expanding waves of people are growing beyond that perspective — including myself. Not too long ago, I sought some sort of validation for the mystery of channeling, and I was fortunate enough to have a series of connections fall into place whereby I was introduced to a gifted woman named Mary Beth Murphy who left no doubt in my mind that communication between worlds exists.
Receiving telepathic transmissions from realms beyond the physical seems more than likely a reality. Something as everyday as inspiration may very well be the result of forces we have yet to completely understand. Even still we must approach the topic with discernment because these transmissions do not arrive in the form of language. They arrive as thought forms, metaphors and feelings that the channel then interprets into language. So no matter if every aspect of Ms. Cori’s tale is true, the transmissions that became the Sirian Revelations Trilogy have been filtered and interpreted through Ms. Cori.
Nevertheless, I am approaching The Sirian Revelations Trilogy with an open mind. Truth is, our libraries are rife with anecdotal evidence of thought-to-thought communication between human beings (Human Devolution, Mind Reach, Holographic Universe, etc.). And it seems to be that we are descended from beings who communicated telepathically. Perhaps the reason we have found no record of a written language prior to the ancient Mesopotamian civilizations is because prior to the fall of Atlantis, beings that communicated telepathically had no need for language. So perhaps it isn’t all that far fetched to imagine that Ms. Cori has received telepathic communications from non-human entities. Perhaps telepathic communication is actually the universal norm, while language is more of a stepping stone for the less evolved.
“If you are skeptical, as was I, of channeled transmissions from other worlds and dimensions, remember: what is important here is the message, not the messenger.” (pxi-xii, Cosmos)
The message of the Sirian High Council is clear. Humanity has lost its connection to its mother, Gaia. We have lost connection with one another. We are polluting ourselves and everything around us. A secret government lords over us weaving an ever-tightening net around the planet, stitching together a mind control prison that we cannot see. And yet this whole time, humanity was “designed to be the greatest of all intelligent life forms in the material universe, to master 3D like no other species had ever done before.” (p216-217, Cosmos)
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“You are sparks from the flame, fragments of the Absolute, choosing to exercise free will in your descent into matter again and again – gods in your own right. As conscious beings, you experience and learn the alchemy of transcending matter and returning to spirit, the true purpose of the ascent along the evolutionary spiral towards illumination.” (p4, Cosmos)
Who We Are
The spiritual philosophy inherent in the Sirian Revelations Trilogy is a sophisticated, coherent and consistent understanding of who we are and how we fit into the greater Cosmos. It is clear that no matter where the source of these books’ voice resides, the perspective originates from someone or someones who see the whole of Earth, the whole of humanity, and even the whole of the Cosmos as a single consciousness, one being, a singular story with interweaving strata. The tone in these books is that of an outsider looking in.
“Think of the magnitude of what we are asking you to envisage: the evolving soul consciousness of Universal Being leaving its physical body through the tunnels of its astral chords to journey to other dimensions, other universes, other states of consciousness. Would this immense hypothesis not appear just as immeasurable and unimaginable to the consciousness of an atom of one of your cells, were we to describe to it your own astral voyages?” (p47-48, Cosmos)
We are being asked to consider the astral voyages of Universal Being (or what we might refer to as God) from the perspective of a cell attempting to understand the astral voyage of the being in which it exists. This fractal description of spiritual reality is an example of the pivotal axiom of humanity’s Hermetic heritage, As Above, So Below.
Another example of this Hermetic axiom is seen in the following concise summary of a significant aspect of the consciousnesses of the ancient Egyptian, indigenous American and Tibetan consciousness:
“It is the surrendering — the dissolution of matter as it transmutes into light — that is the key to the meaning of life on all dimensional levels. Many of your more spiritually advanced cultures, such as those of the Tibetan Priesthood of Maya, and the Native Americans, prepared for the death process from the first moments of their ‘I am’ awareness. Rather than fearing death, they explored and trained for it, so that the passing would be familiar, when time called them back through the tunnel — the metaphysical reflection of the tunnel of life known to you as the birth canal.
“It is the mirror, the identical process, only that the returning to the light is much less traumatic than the coming into matter. The death canal.” (p84, Cosmos)
Just as every consciousness we encounter is a reflection of ourselves, our very existence in the physical realm is a reflection of the astral realms — and the journeys between these realms are also reflections of each other. As Above, So Below.
Have we achieved scientific proof for the skeptics that these books are the transmissions of sixth-dimensional beings from the star system Sirius? No. But the spiritual description of the way in which our consciousness, our essence, weaves into the greater fabric of the Cosmos is rich, vivid, logical and spot on.
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“We have previously confirmed to you that the Government has indeed sold you out for the acquisition of tremendously powerful technologies — those that are now emerging as cutting-edge military weaponry and mind-control devices.
“In exchange, their E.T. allies, operating in the earth zone for decades, have been allowed to perform experiments into human and animal biology, forcibly taking specimens from unwilling abductees for their seed and the potential of their latent DNA composition; many of those incidents, we confirm, have been conducted by the Zeta Reticulans, who are presently working alongside of the Secret Government.
“Contracts do exist between them … and you, the human race, were written into the terms of agreement!
“Other abduction encounters, in which human victims are heavily drugged and forced to play out the terrifying scenes of alien manipulation, have been conducted by government operatives themselves. Indeed, the majority of all abduction encounters is part of a carefully planned campaign of the Secret Government, which wishes to raise the pitch of your terror to such a peak that you will be literally scared out of your rational minds when the first ships make open contact with the massive earth population.” (p281, No More Secrets)
The World Management Team
On page 2 of the first book in the trilogy, Cosmos of Soul, we get thrown head first into a paradigm in which a Secret Government that operates from the shadows made an alliance long ago with alien intelligence. This is an idea that, to most, immediately smacks of fiction. Understandably so. Although the story does fit, I’ve never run across any convincing evidence of this alliance. The current popular myth seems to be something along the lines of this: Sometime during the Eisenhower administration, representatives of the Greys landed at an American military base and struck a deal with the American government to provide alien technology in exchange for the right to abduct Americans, subject them to genetic experimentation and to mutilate cows. It’s interesting. Not entirely implausible. But it sounds more like a 1960’s version of interstellar exchange. Sort of like, “Take me to your leader.”
Such is not the way that Ms. Cori and the Sirian High Council propose this relationship operates between the Secret Government and the alien intelligence. From the Sirian perspective, this World Management Team traces its roots to the Annunaki — the race of ETs from the planet Marduk/Nebiru made famous through Zecharia Sitchin’s translation of the ancient Sumerian writings. From the time of humanity’s first seeding on planet Earth, some 100,000 years ago (according to the timeline given in Atlantis Rising), the Annunaki have affected their influence upon our species in periods that correspond to Nebiru’s 3,600-year orbit around our Sun and the star within the Sirius constellation from which it was first ejected. This trilogy asserts that to this day, the World Management Team is guided by the efforts of the Annunaki, and that ultimately — through fear vibrations, war, HAARP and the like — the goal is to entrain Earth in a low vibrational resonance with Nebiru that will pull Nebiru into orbit with the Sun and consequently pull Nebiru along with the Earth into the astral chords — the tunnel, the birth canal — through which the Earth will inevitably pass during its mutation from third-density into fourth.
This is a fantastic story and it doesn’t contradict a single thing within our modern mythos. In fact it adds a great amount of detail to the story currently being formed by TV shows like the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens.”
But from my own perspective, I am far from convinced of the Annunaki story. In fact, the term “Annunaki” now draws a red flag from me whenever I see it. First of all, from what I know, Zecharia Sitchin is the only source from which we have our story of the Annunaki, and it seems that we are building quite a tale from one man’s translations of these ancient texts. I am not yet convinced that at the outset of humanity’s existence, as this trilogy contends, the Annunaki found the first humans on Earth, became jealous that “their” planet Earth had been bequeathed to this new race of light beings (humans), and thereby disconnected ten of our twelve DNA strands, leaving us just enough genetic material to survive and be controlled. I’m just not convinced of this.
Nevertheless, I am certainly not dismissing the Secret Government or World Management Team as myth. The Conspiracy is readily apparent — almost comically obvious. Its connection to the realms beyond the physical is an almost certainty since this cabal has, since time immemorial, hoarded an ancient wisdom that is rooted in that very same connection — wisdom that pre-dates our ancient history, wisdom that likely, even, pre-dates our written languages. This is a wisdom beyond the ancient library of Alexandria, beyond Plato and Pythagoras and beyond the high priests of ancient Egypt. It is a wisdom that can likely be traced to Atlantis and which was carried through the cataclysm by ascended masters like Thoth (Hermes), as well as the wisdom keepers of the Tibetans, the Hopi and Maya (three cultures who claim direct lineage to the survivors of Atlantis). It’s quite possible that if we were to open to the public the Vatican’s library (perhaps the sole of antiquity’s libraries that never burned), we’d find many ancient texts to shed a greater light on who we are.
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“The monumental cataclysm known to you as the ‘Great Flood’ was your celestial body’s process of cleansing the poisonous energies and altered frequencies emanating from Atlantean control towers and underground energy networks in the final hours. It was Gaia’s reaction to the discordant vibrations that radiated from these centers — high into the outer layers of the ionosphere, far across the ley lines of your planet and deep within — disrupting the harmonics of all life at every point of the planet and out into space. They had to be released from Earth’s auric field and healed at the core level.” (p33-34, Atlantis)
In Ms. Cori’s second book of the Sirian Revelations Trilogy, Atlantis Rising, the story of Atlantis is vividly detailed. Atlantis was a psychic culture illuminated by crystal mindlight generators that were powered by a collective consciousness. It was a culture that was balanced and rooted in the sacred feminine, but which eventually lost that balance when Annunaki influence appealed to the controlling and power-hungry male energy. A dark side of the priesthood arose, enamored by technology and hierarchy. The Annunaki used the Atlanteans to develop technology that would help entrain Earth’s frequency to that of Nebiru, in order to draw the wandering planet into a natural orbit around the Sun.
But the entrainment upset Earth’s electromagnetic balance, and the planet reacted violently.
“… the Last Generation was confronted with the destructive force of its technology, which became the controlling weapon of the power elite. The Priesthood, Keepers of the Sirian records of universal mind, frequency, and cosmometry, eventually succumbed to the extreme polarity of Earth’s fields. Those who chose the dark side were fueled by aggressive extra-planetary entities to take power, and those same energies are ever-present in the theater of life upon your planet.
“To feed the hunger of the few, the glory of one of the most expansive civilizations in Earth’s history was washed up in the waves in a moment … the blinking of an eye. With it, most of the living creatures that colored your plains and highlands were either swept away in raging seas, or immortalized in the deep freeze of higher ground, where the snows pounded down upon them, obliterating their very existence.” (p12, Atlantis)
Atlantis Rising paints a detailed portrait of Atlantean life, as well as a vivid picture of that culture’s last days under the influence of Annunaki involvement. Of course, it’s impossible to confirm this story, but the lessons of the Atlanteans bear a striking resemblance to the issues we’re up against today.
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“Despite the waves of Light Ones who had retrograded back into physical reality, our Elders realized that the balance was completely upset in your universe, that the light was dimming, and that there were far too few incarnate lightworkers to dramatically alter the vibrational pattern that was forming in three-dimensional space and reestablish the balance. It appeared that, without divine assistance, the realm you know as the universe would sink into abysmal darkness — and finally reach extinction.” (p22, No More Secrets)
Our History Is The Secret
The fundamental mystery of the human enigma is a mixture between who we are and where we came from. Both topics, I’m certain, are weaved within stories that span multiple layers of existence — from the physical to the multi-dimensional.
In regards to the story of our physical existence, Ms. Cori’s third book in the Sirian trilogy, No More Secrets No More Lies, fills in a number of blanks as to the genesis of humanity. And the story is a Tolkein-quality tale.
In the final book of the trilogy, Ms. Cori (or, the Sirian High Council) reveals that humanity was created to save physical reality from its then-present course of succumbing to the expanding energies of the dark side. The universe was facing extinction.
“A Council was formed of Angel Warriors, Andromedans, Ascended Masters, luminaries from the seventh, eighth, and ninth dimensions, Sirian Elders, and Pleiadian Light Emissaries to determine the most effective way to serve the light in those realms. They were circumspect, for they knew that, by intervening, they would be altering the karma of entire civilizations, forever tethered in the dynamics of material space. Together, they gave birth to the idea of seeding a super race of light beings who would go on to serve as monitors of the material universe — the New Sentinels of Light.
“That, Dear Ones, was your destiny.” (p23, No More Secrets)
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I could go on for days about where Ms. Cori and the Sirian High Council are spot on — understanding that evolution is spiral, nailing the cabal, identifying that UFOs utilize the merkaba principle and other pearls of wisdom (“…thought defies the speed of light and it is only when it slows to that velocity that matter is potentiated.” [p42, Cosmos]), etc. The tales of Atlantis and about the dawn of our history on Earth are fascinating, and they’re not really in contradiction with what could be possible.
And while the inclusion of the Annunaki makes me raise my eyebrows, the prediction these books made for our sun makes me seriously ask questions. According to the books, it seems that our sun should have gone into its red giant phase in December 2012, and sometime after we should have only been left with a white dwarf.
“The collapse of your star, your Solar Deity, has begun and the process of moving through the astral chords of the black tunnel and into the light is about to take place. This is the galactic scenario of 2012.” (p99, Cosmos) “The sun has entered its most intense phase of transformation now…At the time of this transmission, it is accelerating with a rapidity that will soon exceed anything your scientists can monitor or record in logical and technical terminology… Let us assure you that what is being observed as ‘intense solar activity’ now is but a fizzle compared to what is going to occur at the closing of your calendar years 2012” (p149-151, Atlantis) “… in the galactic quadrant where your Sun has held resonance until now, only the dwarf star will remain.” (p268, No More Secrets)
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On the one hand, it’s altogether possible that the brilliant mythos Patricia Cori paints through the course of the Sirian Revelations Trilogy is all just a product of her own imagination — an imagination, mind you, that manages to fit an impressive number of puzzle pieces from our current paradigm into a meaningful and coherent background story of the world today, and placing that world in a much larger cosmology. From the government’s secret underground bases and the technology of Tesla to the industrial assault on natural produce and a deeply vivid spiritual understanding of our multidimensional cosmos, Ms. Cori, if she is indeed the true author, has produced an elegant work of fiction that faithfully details the current zeitgeist of humanity.
On the other hand, it’s also plausible that these writings are the result of true telepathic communication between Ms. Cori and the Sirian High Council. And if they are, perhaps there are areas of these texts that are to be read metaphorically — like our biblical texts of old. Perhaps we’ve always been given our myths in these ways. Perhaps there is a relation worth exploring between the Sirians and the voices behind our biblical religions.
Regardless of the source, however, there is a lot of wisdom in Ms. Cori’s vibrant writings.