There are pyramids located all around the world.

Step back millions of years to see what was on Earth then and to ask questions like, why? And How? Fact or fiction – you will decide. Each class has new content.

The pyramids ‘massive size alone creates a very persuasive argument that some unknown technology was involved in their construction. Discoveries are regularly made beneath the Giza pyramids. We will explore many pyramids worldwide, including Ancient pyramids discovered in Antarctica, The Nubian pyramids located in Sudan. The most famous pyramids in Mexico are the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, situated in Teotihuacan. Peru: The Pyramid of Cestius, also known as the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius, is in Rome, Italy. China: The Maoling Mausoleum is a pyramid located in Xi’an, China, and is the tomb of Emperor Wu of Han. Cambodia: The Koh Ker Pyramid, located in Cambodia, is a stepped pyramid made of sandstone. Indonesia: The Gunung Padang pyramid, located in West Java, Indonesia, is a megalithic site with pyramid-like structures. We will also cover Lesser-Known Pyramids in our classes. The history of the Emerald Tablets is strange and beyond the belief of modern scientists. Their antiquity is stupendous, dating back some 36,000 years B.C  – Because of the tablet’s reference to sacred geometry, we will touch on the significance of this fact and the Alignment With The North Pole.


Can we answer these questions:

•           For what purpose was the Great Pyramid built?

•           Who was the great pyramid built for?

•           What does it represent?

• What’s inside the pyramids of Giza?

•           Does the design have any significance?


Explore Historic Sites

Founded, flourished and eventually forgotten – this has been the fate of many cities since ancient times. A few names have stayed alive in legend and literature while others disappeared completely – until a chance discovery brought these mysterious metropolises back from the dead. From Sigiriya, the amazing hill-top site in Sri Lanka, to the astonishing Pompeii in Italy,


The allure of ancient mysteries

Human history is a tapestry woven with countless threads of mystery and wonder. One of the most enigmatic and fascinating aspects of this tapestry is undoubtedly the ancient pyramids and mysterious artefacts left behind by our ancestors. These old structures and artefacts continue to captivate us today, centuries after their creation, sparking our imagination and giving rise to countless theories and legends. Among these mysteries are the Emerald Tablets, a collection of ancient texts that are said to hold the key to understanding the secrets of the universe. We delved into the history and significance of these pyramids and artefacts and explored the fascinating legends and theories surrounding them. This was a journey of discovery as we attempted to unlock the mysteries of the ancient world and reveal the secrets hidden within the Emerald Tablets.



Our ancestors built many amazing cities and temples and carved fascinating artwork. But the methods and reasons for what they did have often been lost in the mists of time. This class reveals the ancient world’s breathtaking work and shows that more questions remain than answers for thousands of years.

We will see Incredible sites older than Stonehenge.

There’s an abundance of prehistoric sites that pre-date 2500 BC, when Stonehenge’s legendary stones were put into place. They include megalithic monuments, hunter-gatherer villages and thriving port towns. I dig beneath the surface to reveal the sites around the world that are older than Stonehenge, from newest to oldest.

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Uncovering the Mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle

Uncovering the Mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle and Other Curious Places.

As we journey through the tapestry of history and geography, we encounter mysteries that defy easy explanation. The Bermuda Triangle, with its tales of vanished ships and aircraft, challenges our understanding of nature and navigation.

Stonehenge stands as a testament to the architectural and astronomical prowess of ancient civilizations, prompting us to ponder the purpose behind those colossal stone structures.

And the Eye of Sahara, with its near-perfect circularity, questions our perceptions of natural formation and ancient habitation.

While science continues to strive for answers, these enigmas remind us of the world’s vastness, complexity, and the inexhaustible human curiosity to seek understanding.

Let these mysteries not be endpoints, but rather invitations to explore, question, and marvel at the wonders of our planet.