Introduction

In this section you will find some brief reports on some places I have been to. While some of these are just of general interest, I hope, as the site grows, to be able to include also reports from others that relate to some aspect of our SOE organisation. Eventually this section will become increasingly focused on real discoveries relating to ancient sites around the world and their true origins.

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Ancient Sites

Troy



By clicking on the image above you will be taken to the start of one of the albums on my image gallery that chronicles a trip I took to see the legendary Troy, which also happens to be where my ancestors probably hailed from in the distant past, when the gods still walked amongst mortals. The chief discovery for me here was that the secret passage described in Homer’s Illiad actually exists. Imges of it are on the second page of the gallery.

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Giza


There is no way to ever do justice to these ancient monuments in a few words. Suffice it to say that I most certainly do NOT subscribe to the orthodox Egyptologist theory of how or why the Great Pyramid was built. On this particular trip I was able to verify that there is indeed a carving, higher up on the pyramid, where tourists are not generally permitted to go, an inscription that remains untranslated, being composed of unknown symbols. According to Peter Lemesurier, this inscription, which is only reported in his book The Great Pyramid Decoded in the form of a sketch (presumably a reproduction made by an earlier explorer, much like the drawings of various inscriptions reproduced by explorers in the 19th and early 20th Centuries) is of much older origin and the only inscription that could be said to be found on the original monument. Interestingly enough, this inscription is also found right at the real entrance of the Great Pyramid. The entrance used today was merely one created by the brute force methods of exploration used by the 7th Abbasid Caliph, Al-Mamun of Baghdad to dig and blast his way inside the pyramid with explosives. At least, that’s the story. More recently, Captain Giovanni Battista Caviglia, in 1817, used dynamite. Despite this crude methodology, Caviglia was actually a very interesting man and his efforts did contribute in a positive fashion too. The picture of the inscription I took is, as far as I know, the only one that exists that proves Lemesurier’s mention of it was factual.

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