The Maps Have Been Changed.

The Maps have been changed!

When I say that I have found one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, what do you think that means?

For centuries the people have been told that ALL of the Wonders of the Ancient World were gone.
Forever. Destroyed by fire or earthquake.In some cases, the remaining materials were used to build other monuments and places in surrounding cities.

One legend goes to say that some of the stones and ruins of an ancient wonder WERE used in the construction of a castle built by the Knights Templars. Except for the Great Pyramid in Egypt, we thought that these historical, monumental marvels, THESE works of art and engineering genius, no longer existed.

We thought this way because we were told how to think. Seregipe Del Rey, Brazil

We have believed our teachers, professors, pastors, leaders, authors and those that we entrusted with the duty to tell us the truth. The question will soon be: “Why did they all lie to us?”

I have researched this for many THOUSANDS of hours. It has taken an extremely long time peeling through the paper stacks of ancient writings from the Greek geographers, poets and historians. The Egyptian hieroglyphs and written records as well as a variety of other documents and ancient texts have shown me things I intend to show the world with the release of the book. This is very serious.

Take this map of Brazil, for example. Do you see the eastern edge on the map that has Seregipe Del Rey written on it?

Having your eyes and mind open enough to see the subtleties that were designed to hide the world from you, to deceive your perceptions of history and smother to death the understanding, knowledge  and connection to your ancestors’ civilization and culture is valuable and as priceless  as the treasure that is life itself.

If you read DEL REY as a translation from Spanish to English meaning, “Of the King”, then  your eyes and mind are beginning to work. That is super significant, but, why is it? There have been many Kings. It is what has been buried in the first part of the title, Seregipe Del Rey, that escorts the royal point to the throne.

Seregipe Del Rey means from or belonging to the KING OF EGYPT. Of course, SERGIPE 1885since this is so clear now that it has been pointed out to you, as it was pointed out to me. The framers and deceivers were hard pressed to try and eliminate that connection to Egypt in an area of Brazil, South America.

The place is now called Sergipe. The map on the picture to the right is from around circa 1885. There is a history of Brazil that has to do with the KING of EgyptThe Pharaoh. The maps have been changed.

More to come…

The Maps Have Been Changed. The New Locations Are False.

There is no such thing as COINCIDENCE. Teotihuacan and the Vatican (part III)

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“The third grade is when I noticed a split in the world. I noticed a policy of divide and conquer at 8 years old. This was the age when I also learned that there were 7 continents. At that tender age I had no where to find understanding or knowledge that could keep my young mind together. It felt like those lessons and lies in the class room was like a big window that was opened and out of that window flew and escaped all of my imagination and hope”.

As simple as this may seem to the graduates from genius school or the rocket science class of 2012, this information hit me like a 1,000 kilograms, or 2,204.6 pounds of bricks when I first found it out. I hope the importance of something so seemingly trivial will have an impact on the readers similar to the impact that it had on me.

I have forever had the burning desire to know. To know why the sky is blue. To know the diameter of the universe, the true answer to the Riddle of the Sphinx, it had nothing to do with a man’s age; to know the secrets of interpreting dreams, to know the mysteries of Augury and the symbolism of why Noah sent out from the ark a raven and a dove. To know why patience is a virtue. And lust is more powerful than law.

Years ago, when thinking was a freedom that not too many seemed to exercise, I looked up the definition of continent. I started with the “New and Updated Scholastic Children’s Dictionary”. The definition that was in there confirmed that there were seven continents, and even named them as I was taught in school. Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe and Antarctica. One of the SEVEN land masses of the earth. The “e” in Earth was not capitalized in that dictionary. I would either not be in attendance during English composition class or would get dismissed because of arguments and disagreements that I had with the teachers concerning the rules of the written language. I am no grammarian, yet, so that part of my reasoning will have to wait until later.

Discontented with the explanation in the children’s dictionary, I went on to search various others. Collegiate dictionaries, Webster’s dictionaries, the bigger and older the dictionary was, the better and more clear the definitions became.

The meanings and intent of words have been changing for decades. Changed for a purpose. That is no coincidence.

When I found the definition that a continent is a large, continuous body of land separated by water, I was ready to begin my experiment.

You can take your finger and place it at the southern most tip of South America and trace the land north all the way through Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Columbia; passed Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, continuing up into North America – passed the great lakes of the Michigan and Wisconsin and Illinois region;  and beyond Canada until you reach the north eastern edges of Nunavut at the Gulf of Boothia in the vicinity of Auyuittuq National Park, without ever getting your finger wet.

Whew, now that’s a sentence…AND a distance. But, as you can see, it is one land mass. One contiguous continent.
The same thing can be done for the second continent. Take your finger again and start either at South Africa, Lisbon or east Siberia and you can criss cross that ONE land mass back and fourth from north, south, east and west without there being a separation from the land with water. We can leave Australia and Antarctica for another conversation. Asia, Africa and Europe are one continent. South America and North America are one, as well. I felt overjoyed when I checked this out for myself. Why the world population is taught to be bent on separation from each other and the illusion of geo-political boundaries is not one of the topics of my book, “Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World“. I simply wanted to share this here on the blog and I welcome any comments and discussion about what has been written.

The ancient Egyptians called South America and North America the “Two Lands”. Now, that is hugely interesting after all of the time I took to blog this, right? That WILL be mentioned in my upcoming book. Would you like to hear more about it? Stay tuned…

Part I

Part II

There is no such thing as COINCIDENCE. Teotihuacan and the Vatican (part II)

  • Peter Nirczynko To clarify, the visual similarity is between St. Peter’s Square viewed from the dome of the basilica and an of the Avenue of The Dead as seen from the pyramid of the sun. During the late 17th century Bernini redesigned the exterior to accommodate as many people as possible within the spatial constraints. Stylistically Bernini’s vision is undeniably Baroque and absent is the overt symbolism of Teotihuacan’s layout.

    While there is evidence to support of a latent awareness of Teotihuacan’s existence after its abandonment during the 7th century AD, serious excavations began less than 100 years ago. Visual resemblance IS often used to better understand the built-environment but in this case the similar elements are only superficial. The strongest connection one can reasonably argue is that each place is religious center and that is where it ends.

    Mesoamerican architectureis the set ofarchitecturaltraditions produced bypre-Col…See more
  • Peter Nirczynko Side by side the two images eagerly invite one to examine what elements they have in common. One should, however, also consider the differences as well similarities.
  • Tha Negus Greetings, Ras Edward and Peter Nirczynko. One would have to really THINK and question the things that we have been taught. And our areas of reference need a broad vision. These “roads” are no coincidence in their design and history.

    First question to really consider is: When was the Vatican built? When was St. Peter’s Basilica built? What is written from ancient history about this “Avenue of the dead”?

    I had someone else mention the similarities and coincidences in architecture. There are no coincidences, here.

    This discussing may take a while. One reason for that is researching where that Egyptian OBELISK originally comes from. The base/platform for the obelisk in St. Peter’s square is positioned exactly where it stood when it was in Teotihuacan, Mexico.

    Baroque design has no place for “Egyptian” motifs.
  • Peter Nirczynko The obelisk was originally constructed in Heliopolis 4400 BCE. Its movement has been well documented from its original site to Alexandria to Rome and its current location. Bernini incorporated the obelisk as a focal point. It’s not the only pre-baroque style object that remained after the re-deisgn–a common practice in architecture. The obelisk was never in the Americas. Any attempt to question the mountains of evidence of to the contrary would only lead one to dead ends.

    While St. Peter’s stands on a religious site from the 4th century AD what was eventually to become Vatican City (“The Vatican” is metonym for the entire Catholic church), it was not until the early 14th century that the clustered space atop Vatican Hill began to take shape.
  • Tha Negus Peter, many things that you just posted are the perfect connection to having broad vision.

    I am not too certain that a public notice would be given regarding the swiping of that obelisk. Moreover, Heliopolis has NEVER been found in the Egypt of North Africa.

    The time around 1492 is the beginning of the fall of Tenochtitlan and Teotihuacan. The “CAN” in Vatican and Teotihuacan may draw your attention, too. When one reads history that has been seriously distorted, it becomes virtually impossible to glean knowledge of the real events.

    The BEST source to get clarity on history and geography, away from the modern historian liars and cartographic forgeries and bootlegs is to check the most ancient sources.

    Find what the “Father of History” – Herodotus has to say about Heliopolis…and the Road of the Gods.
  • Peter Nirczynko Ancient and primary sources are indeed a goldmine. I check the bibliographies of any serious book I read. If the citations are weak then there should be suspicion. Macchu Picchu was not found until the 20th century but it still existed.
  • Peter Nirczynko Teotihuacan is the Nahuatl name given to the site by Aztecs while Tenochitilan is the name of their city state. It is clear they had knowledge of the site’s past but to what extent is not known. If one is talking about the Aztecs, then yes, the decline began with the arrival of Europeans, However, I assumed the original reference was to the culture(s) that began building nearly a 1,000 prior to the Aztecs.

    For me the most interesting revelation concerning the inter-connectedness of the ancient world are the sea trading routes that extended up and down the Pacific coast of the Americas. One of the implications of this discovery is the possibility that the land bridge migration theory was not the only way people found their way into the New World. Genome mapping has most likely stifled this theory but it still needs research.
  • Tha Negus Tenochitilan was built around 1325 AD. However, those pyramids there have a history that goes back past 17,000 years. The name Tenochitilan has it’s root in ENOCH, the son of the biblical CAIN. That is why both Teotihuacan and Vatican have that “CAN” in their names. And we know that the man/god Tehuti’s name can still be identified in TEOTIhuacan. The reasons for all of these points is that this was the place known as Heliopolis, also called ON.
  • Peter Nirczynko The assumption here is that Nahautl has an etymological relationship to the languages that originated “enoch” and “cain.” Homophonic relationships are not necessarily cognates. Sadly, my Occam’s razor response is the depth of my experience.
  • Tha Negus I understand. This information is relatively new to me, also. I am just very happy that I was not fortune enough to afford an education at the university level. Can you imagine how many liberal arts majors and anthropologists are chomping at the bit because the American Association of Anthropologists recently announced that Anthropology will no longer be considered a science? After so many hundreds of thousands of dollars that people have paid for tuition and philosophy doctorate degrees, I may have to say that I was fortunate.

    There may be an angry mob of intellectuals at the steps and in the halls of the so-called great institutions of learning demanding their money back soon. ha.

    This is from the work of one of our esteemed modern authors, named Horace Butler. He has a book called , “When Rocks Cry Out”. A must read.

    Good talking with you, Peter.
  • Peter Nirczynko I’m sure the alienated anthropologists are “champing” at the bit (a counter-intuitive spelling, yes?). Many will advise you to study a different discipline because the opportunities are slim to none when a paycheck is desired.
  • Tha Negus The archeologists will be unemployed and homeless next.
  • Peter Nirczynko If they aren’t at a dig site or tenured they usually are.
    This was taken from an actual facebook discussion. The first part is here.

There is no such thing as COINCIDENCE. Teotihuacan and the Vatican.

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Teotihuacan and the Vatican

Teotihuacan and the Vatican

When I was in school, I was told that Christopher Columbus discovered America.

No. Better than that, I was TAUGHT by the grown up, adult teachers, that I trusted and wanted to learn from and emulate, that Christopher Columbus and his Spanish Conquistadors came to the Americas and found the people here savage, dark complexioned and backwards. The mentally torturous and systemically designed story of Columbus, in the third grade, went on to continue with the delusions and falsehood that the Spanish came to the Americas; found the “New World” and where so benevolent that they wanted to save the souls of these savage inhabitants.

These savage, heathen people were called by those teachers, Indians…and that Christopher Columbus had gotten lost at sea while sailing on a quest to find India. I heard that story from the age of 8 years old all the way past my teens and into adulthood.

When I was in that 3rd grade classroom, however, when the teachers were giving us the history of America and the so-called discovery of Columbus, I was so angered by the mis-education and false information that I totally began to rebel from school. I did not have any information at my age to speak up and say, “There were already people here in Central America and South America, how could Christopher Columbus discover an already populated place?”

The third grade is when I noticed a split in the world. I noticed a policy of divide and conquer at 8 years old. This was the age when I also learned that there were 7 continents. At that tender age I had no where to find understanding or knowledge that could keep my young mind together. It felt like those lessons and lies in the class room was like a big window that was opened and out of that window flew and escaped all of my imagination and hope.

Can you imagine giving lies to children that are so deeply rooted in their psychology that the developmental process is completely shut down? Who would stand to gain from a curriculum of falsehood such as that?

There are still adults, to this very day and hour, that believe Christopher Columbus discovered America. These brain damaged adults even believe that the Papal Bulls and authority given to the Spanish to conquer, kill, enslave and lobotomize the “dark” inhabitants of Mexico, Central and South America and those islands was justified because of the Holy Church.

Why does the Vatican have a copy of this place in Teotihuacan, Mexico as the road to and from St. Peter’s Square?

It wasn’t until I read the…

More to come. Click here for Part II…

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Why is CORN mentioned in the Bible? pt. II

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…continued from Why is CORN mentioned in the Bible?

The cool thing about my conversation with the proctologist last night was that after I gave her some of the places, by chapter and verse, of where corn has been mentioned in the biblical writing, her response was…,”That’s possible”.

It was very refreshing to hear that from her. Most of the time when I introduce the subject of “Corn in the Bible”, people usually force their brains to doubt and conjure up all kinds of bogus explanations and some less creative of them just try to change the subject. If this is the only time that you have heard about corn being mentioned in the Bible, I would like to say -You Heard it Here First!

My book goes into much deeper details about corn being in the biblical writings and it’s significance to the people, places and events of the Bible. The reason it is important is because those events, Places and People were over here!

Yes. The Bible stories, the Kings and Queens and wars and celebrations happened in Central and South America. Even the Exodus of Moses was here. I know all of this is very exciting and controversial. But I have the proof.

Remember, my book is called, “Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World“. There is a lot of important information that has been hidden or lost. There are many things that you need to know.

There are things that you NEVER knew. Get the book…and know.

read more…

Why is CORN mentioned in the Bible?

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I have something on my mind this morning that will not allow me to go back to sleep. I will write it here. Earlier today I asked a doctor, a proctologist, if she had ever read the collection of writings known as the Bible.

She answered, “Yes”.

So, I continued with my direction of conversation. I asked her if she had ever noticed that corn was in the biblical writings.

She, like most people that I have asked this question, said that she was unaware that corn was mentioned in the Bible. I looked at her to see if she was joking. I thought that if you have read the biblical writings called Bible, even if you had not read the book cover-to-cover, you would have certainly read corn. I reassured her that she had to have read about that vegetable since it was mentioned over 100 times in the King James Translated version. I wanted to show her the citations, but I didn’t have a Bible with me at the meeting where we were. I had to resort to quoting the scriptures containing the mention of corn by what I had memorized. From committing myself to thousands of hours of research, my retentiveness had developed to a remarkable level.

Genesis 27:28
“Therefore God give thee of the dew of heaven, and the fatness of the earth, and plenty of corn and wine.”

Genesis 41:5

“And he slept and dreamed the second time: and behold, seven ears of corn came up on one stalk, rank and good.
And behold, seven thin ears blasted with the east wind came up after them.
And the seven thin ears devoured the seven rank and full ears. And Pharaoh awoke, and behold, it was a dream.”

Corn was grown ONLY in the Americas during ancient and Biblical times!

…to be continued. Here

Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

Anthologia Palatina may be unfamiliar to many people that are interested in buying my upcoming book.

For the trained Classical Historian, there will certainly be a major departure from the knowledge in their traditional lessons and voluminous essays admittedly filled with, “however, the exact location and date is uncertain” conjectures, and, “we don’t really know”, statements.

Although these Classicists undoubtedly have studied the written records of Antipater of Sidon, Callimachus, Philo of Byzantium, Herodotus and others, Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, has been penned with the new lover’s of history, geography and humanity in mind.

I want to change the word history to the new term, Ourstory! These ancient text are describing us – as we are a genetic part of those ancient ancestors. We are the one’s being referred to by others as… his… in the knowledge and descriptions of past events- although the “HIS” in the word history has another, more deep and significant etymology.

The PhD’s and scholars will also be able to learn something new and enjoy the information presented in clear, easy to read, narration draped in a lavish robe of antiquity with modern suspense, psychological drama and exciting storytelling.

Here is a quick peek into some of what will be inside the book. These are the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World:

  • Great Pyramid
  • Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  • Statue of Zeus at Olympia
  • Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
  • Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
  • Colossus of Rhodes
  • Lighthouse of Alexandria

There are a few more places classified as Wonders of the World, such as the Labyrinth of Egypt and the Walls of Babylon, on lists by other writers.The list above is the most common.

We can all see the Great Pyramid, right? Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is not about the Great Pyramid. That narrows the list down to 6.

One of the characters in the book, Black Horace, has already found what was known as the Labyrinth of Egypt. That narrows the list down to 5. He gives me a map to one of these other amazing Wonders of the Ancient World on the list…and I found it STILL STANDING!

Read Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to find out which Wonder it is! The journey begins Summer 2013…


*updated: October 7, 2012

There is an edited version of this post in the comments.

– MW

Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World…(release date)

Jive Turkey: or, How I Found One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World will be released SOON.