Author Archives: Carol Chapman
Author Archives: Carol Chapman
I’m always excited at the thought of Egyptologists finding secrets chambers in ancient Egyptian monuments. Of course, for me, the biggest prize would be a secret room in or beside either the Great Pyramid or the Great Sphinx.
Therefore, when I read that Egypt Antiquities Minister Mamdouh el-Damaty agrees with British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeve’s contention that a queen could be buried behind the wall in a secret room in King Tut’s tomb, I take note. My thought is that, if there’s possibly a secret room in King Tut’s tomb, according to the NBC news article Egypt Says King Tut’s Tomb May Have Hidden Chambers, there may also be hidden chambers in other ancient Egyptian monuments.
I’m especially excited because of my past life memories of people from Atlantis traveling to ancient Egypt. Due to these reincarnation memories being so vivid, I traveled to Egypt to see the ancient Egyptian antiquities I’d revisited in my previous incarnations. I wrote about my adventures discovering images in the pharaoh’s tombs that illustrated my past life memories in Arrival of the Gods in Egypt. Among many other unusual concepts I present in that book, I talk about a secret, undiscovered room under the 2nd Great Pyramid. This is not the famous Great Pyramid–but the pyramid that’s in the middle of the three great pyramids and is connected to the Sphinx by a causeway. It’s the pyramid in the photo behind the Sphinx in the photo above.
14 Reasons for loving the Yucatan? Let me count the ways. From swimming and snorkeling in the warm tropical waters of the Riviera Maya, to exploring mysterious lands and ancient Mayan ruins, to the shopping and nightlife of Cancun, to the rich cultural heritage of the Mayan people, to the world-renown Chichen Itza pyramids, these are just some of the 14 reasons the Yucatan Peninsula is a magical place.Continue reading
Here’s a wonderful video showing what nature does to clean the earth of pollution. It describes the benefits of just one tree and how in one day, the tree processes from 120 to 180 gallons of fluid. By doing so, it cleans our water, our air, and the earth.Continue reading
However, nature can help. At the same time as we increase carbon dioxide, so much of the nature kingdom is also being destroyed.
Many trees and vegetation are cut down, and the oceans are becoming increasingly polluted. As a result, the carbon dioxide, which is processed by trees and algae into oxygen, is not being consumed at the rate it could be if the earth had more vegetation and cleaner oceans.
In other words, it’s not just a simple case of increased levels of carbon dioxide causing global warming, but that the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is heightened since there’s less of it being used up by nature.
We can do something about this. Besides cutting down on the use of carbon-based fuels by turning to alternative forms of power such as solar and wind, we can also reduce the increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the air by planting more trees, nurturing more vegetation, and cleaning up waterways.
Why not, as well as reducing greenhouse gases, also increase vegetation to reduce CO2?Continue reading
In this excellent video, NASA Goddard for Space Studies Director Dr. Gavin Schmidt refers to man’s use of greenhouse gases, especially carbon-based fuels such as oil and gasoline, which produce carbon dioxide (CO2), as the cause . . . or one of the causes . . . of the unprecedented rise in earth’s temperature. In fact, 2014, was the warmest year since 1880 when temperature records were first kept.Continue reading
An amazing video of Seth Itzkan at his TED talk in which he shows how the overabundance of carbon in the atmosphere (that many believe causes global warming and climate change) could be harnessed into the soil by natural livestock management. This is eye opening!!! And very, very hopeful for reversing climate change.
Take a look at this video, which includes photographs of man-made deserts made abundant and fruitful again! The way I learned it in school, desertification could not be reversed. Here is proof that is wrong. Hope springs eternal!Continue reading
In this banned TED talk, The Science Delusion, Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., biologist and author, reveals that gravity fluctuates.
This is like my experience in Atlantis managing the relationship between the electromagnetic field and gravity into a unified field. It was my task to be aware of the fluctuations of gravity and correlate them with the electromagnetic field to provide power in Atlantis. One of the results of this power was levitation. I describe my experiences in Atlantis in my book When We Were Gods, which is the updated version of The Golden Ones.
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In this banned TED talk, The Science Delusion, Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., biologist and author, names ten constants we believe in science as religion. Then, he shows how two of these constants are not really so.
I love this TED talk, because it shows up our culture’s beliefs in the findings of science as if they are constants. Whereas, real science is constantly making discoveries that change previous findings.
This is comforting to me since I’m constantly amazed that the media announces new scientific discoveries as if this latest information is the ultimate proof and solution to a certain problem. The public seems to forget that previous scientific discoveries were hailed as the ultimate proof and solution to the same problem years previously. Every time a new discovery is made, it is treated as if this is the ultimate truth. In reality, it’s merely the latest discovery on the way to a greater understanding of reality.Continue reading
Although the U.S. northeast experienced an extremely cold 2014/15 winter, the earth experienced the warmest months from December 2014 through February 2015 since weather records have been kept.
I wonder for those of us reincarnated from Atlantis: Is this what it was like before that great island-continent broke up? Were there indications ahead of time that the earth’s climate was changing? Could it be that what we’re going through now, with global climate change, is not only the result of man’s interference with the environment, but also caused by the earth’s inherent dynamic nature?Continue reading