Monday, March 20, 2017

Mystery of the Planetary Gods

Mystery of the Planetary Gods

Atlantean Gardens

Keep in mind that many of these symbols have double or multiple (hidden) meanings. Robert Sepehr is an author, producer and anthropologist specializing in linguistics, archeology, and paleobiology (archeogenetics).


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Venonetes, Camunni, Trumpilini, and the Roman victory monument of the Alps

Tropaeum Alpium

The Tropaeum Alpium (Latin for "Victory Monument of the Alps", French: Trophée des Alpes), was built by the Romans for the emperor Augustus to celebrate his decisive victory over the ancient tribes who populated the Alps. The monument's remains are in the commune of La Turbie (France), a few kilometers from the Principality of Monaco (Latin: tropaeum from Greek: tropaion whence English: "trophy").

Just like a master hunter's trophy room, inscribed within the remaining remnant of this ancient monument are forty-five Alpine tribes who engaged in war with the Roman army. There were others; some too small to mention, others elected not to fight. The clan factions from the movie 'Braveheart' come to mind. These Alpine and Celto-Gaulish tribes were the primary combatants resisting the Roman invasion in this particular war. Three out of the first four tribes inscribed were from the Brescian Tri-Valley (Camunni and Trumpilini) and the Valtellina/Valchiavenna (Vennonetes). These three tribes where not specifically Celto-Gaulish, but of the original Alpine tribes of pre-history. The overall forty-fives tribes were a mixture of Alpine and the historically more recent Celto-Gaulish.

According to the e-book 'Republic of Augustus',"The Venonetes (modern spelling) were regarded as one of the most warlike populations of the Alps." I have also read, reciting now from memory, that the Camunni and Trumpilini--in particular--fiercely fought the Roman army in this war. I don't think that it's any random act that these three tribes were listed among the first four inscribed on the stone within the Tropaeum Alpium by Pliny the Elder. It is not known why the third Brescian Tri-Valley tribe, the Sabini, were not listed. It is known that the Celtic tribe from the nearby Po flatlands south of the Alps, the Cenomani, elected to surrender rather than go against the invading Romans.

The Greek historian Strabo (63/64 BC–ca. 24 AD) described the Camunni as part of the Rhaetian peoples and related to the Celtic Leponti, while the Roman historian Pliny the Elder (23–79 AD), citing the Origines of Cato the Elder (234–149 BC), spoke instead of the Camunni as one of several tribes of the Euganei. The Rhaeti were originally a regional Alpine language grouping north of the Venonetes and Camunni, in what later became German-speaking regions. The Euganei were also Alpine people of what later became Italian-speaking regions. Later Celtic and Etruscan influence has, at times, created some confusion as to specific origins. It seems clear to me that the Venonetes, Camunni, and Trumpilini were basically Alpine tribal groups who all spoke the ancient Camunic language.

The Roman conquest

Val Camonica was subjected to Rome during the campaigns of Augustus to conquer Raetia and the Alpine arc, conducted by his generals Nero Claudius Drusus and Tiberius (the future emperor) against the mountain peoples in 16–15 BC. Publius Silius Nerva, governor of Illyricum, was to complete the conquest of the eastern Alpine front, which reached from the valley of Como to Lake Garda (therefore including the Valcamonica), in addition to the Vennoneti of Vinschgau.

The Camunni and Vennoni, Alpine tribes, took up arms against the Romans, but were conquered and subdued by Publius Silius.


— Tropaeum Alpium, La Turbie


After the Roman conquest, the Camunni were annexed to the nearest cities in a condition of semi-subjection through the practice of adtributio, which allowed them to maintain their own tribal constitution while the dominant city became the administrative, judicial, and fiscal center. The city that the Camunni were assigned to was probably Brixia. At first they were assigned the status of peregrinus, and then they obtained Roman citizenship; in the Flavian Age they were assigned to the Quirina tribe, while they maintained a certain self-government; in fact, a Res Publica Camunnorum has been recorded.

Romanization proceeded from Civitas Camunnorum (Cividate Camuno), a city founded by the Romans around 23 BC, during the principate of Tiberius. Beginning in the 1st century, the Camunni were included in stable Roman political and social structures, as evidenced by the numerous legionaries, artisans, and even gladiators of Camunian origins in several areas of the Roman Empire. Camunian religion went through the process of interpretatio Romana, forming a syncretic combination with Roman religion.


The "Aprica Pass" was an ancient mountain pass, now a road, which was the primary mountain trail connecting the Valtellina and the Val Camonica. In ancient times, the two regions once shared the same language, culture, and spiritual tradition apparently.

Le Trophée des Alpes (Trophée d'Auguste) La Turbie HD / Trophy of the Alps




The Last Holdouts in Italy: Venonetes and Camunni

I wanted to add one more clue from the free e-book 'Republic of Augustus' (Guglielmo Ferrero; 1909). An important fact to consider is that after Caesar conquered Gaul, they still had not even conquered all of what is now modern Italy. Cisalpine Gaul was still free and sovereign. From the Roman perspective, the mountainous, wooded, dark, and foreboding Alps was filled with fearsome tribal groups in a hostile and difficult to navigate environment. I guess you could compare it to tribes in the Amazon or the Congo... only instead of thick, humid jungle, this was an ominous highlands of stone and wood.

This was well over forty years since the conquest of Gaul; the Emperor now being Augustus who perhaps wanted his own "conquest of the Gauls" just as Caesar had before him. Apparently a new revolt had sprung up in Gaul. Presumably there was some contact between the Gauls in what is now France, and the free Gaulish and Alpine tribes of the southern Alps. Roman General Publius Silus was invading from the east....

In the plains of Gaul the revolt had quickly died away, but in the Alpine districts the movement spread and increased in intensity. Publius Silus drove the Pannonians and the Norici from Istria, went down the valley of the Po, and made his way to the Valtellina and the Val Camonica to oppose the Venonetes and the Camunni. The appearance of his army, however, in no way deterred the insurgents.

The sons of the Almother Mona fell with their faces to the enemy on that day.

Birth... Life... Death and to a New Arising.


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Aradia: Gospel of the Witches

Aradia: Gospel of the Witches

The Sea Priestess

A brief video about the text known as "Aradia" or "The Gospel of the Witches" by Charles Godfrey Leland. Music: Elegia Luna (Igor Dvorkin, Duncan Pittock)


Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Swiss Louis Italian & Seafood Restaurant (San Francisco)

Swiss Louis Italian and Seafood Restaurant

Swiss Louis Italian and Seafood Restaurant

A tradition in San Francisco since 1936, our waterfront dining rooms, provides a magnificent view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and the always entertaining Sea Lions. We offer a casual dining experience that includes delicious Traditional Italian fare and fresh seafood at reasonable prices.

Swiss Louis Italian and Seafood Restaurant
Pier 39 Suite #204 San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 421-2913


It's been a good while since I visited Swiss Louis', so I can't really review it now. I can say--at least--that parking is excellent, as you can just park in the Fisherman's Wharf parking garage and just take the walking-bridge over and you're right there.


Monday, March 6, 2017

Ghost programs and the metaphysical issue: Part 22

Veritas Radio - John Mennella - John Mennella The Afterlife and the True Nature of Reality

Veritas Radio

Veritas Radio - John Mennella - John Mennella The Afterlife and the True Nature of Reality: The Quest for Answers to the Great Questions of Existence

Where do we go after we die? Where do we come from before we are born? Why are we here? What is the true nature of reality? What role do we play in the formation and process of reality? These are the Great Questions that have intrigued and mystified the human race for millennia. Unbeknownst to most people, pioneering researchers and scientists have developed detailed models of the afterlife and the nature of reality that provide a tantalizing degree of illumination in these areas. Join us for a discussion with John Mennella to discuss his quest to find the answers to the great questions of existence, and learn how this knowledge affords us the opportunity to "hack reality" in ways that can improve and enrich our life experience

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Afterlife Communication


Afterlife Communication
A lecture by Matt McKay, Ph.D.
Presented by the Foundation for Mind Being-Research

Eight years ago (2008) in San Francisco, Jordan McKay was murdered riding home from work on his bicycle. He was 23 years old. Jordan's father, Dr. Matthew McKay, was determined to make contact after his death. He sought reconnection through mediums, shamanistic rituals, meditation, past life and between lives regressions, as well as techniques such as "Induced After Death Communication" and channeled writing. Eventually, Dr. McKay found channeled writing to be the most effective and reliable way to converse with Jordan. He took these conversations and put them in a book "Seeking Jordan".

Dr. McKay's presentation will begin with the story of how he established contact with Jordan after death and some of the important things Jordan has to say. He leads participants through an experiential exercise doing actual channeled writing. During his talk he cover such subjects as:

* Why we reincarnate and the purpose of life.

* The role of psychological and physical pain in soul development.

* The relationship between individual souls and collective consciousness

* The transition between life and afterlife.

* What souls do in the spirit world.

* How our lives change when we know where home is.

* The nature of Karma (and irrelevance of ideas like sin, punishment, good and evil).

Speaker's Bio:

Matthew McKay is a clinical psychologist and professor at The Wright Institute in Berkeley. He is the director of the Berkeley Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic, and co-director of the Bay Area Trauma Recovery Clinic. Dr. McKay is the co-author of more than 30 books on psychology – both professional and self-help titles. His books have sold more than 3 million copies. His books on spirituality include “Why?,” “Your Life on Purpose,” and “Seeking Jordan.” In his spiritual work, Dr. McKay specializes in teaching channeled writing and doing past life and between-lives regressions. Dr. McKay is also co-founder and publisher of New Harbinger Publications, a major Bay Area publishing house.

Dr. McKay's website is,


'Seeking Jordan: How I Learned the Truth about Death and the Invisible Universe' (Hardcover; Matthew McKay Ph.D.; 2016)

Matthew McKay has been covered here before. I believe that his actual "purpose"--being a Psychologist, and having these experiences--was to interpret what he learned for those of us "who wish to know." As far as I can tell, he has absolutely nailed this subject like perhaps no one has in modern history. The message that we are here to suffer to learn lessons can be a downer; with the upside being that goodbyes are not permanent.

The Melissa Galka case is another one to search out. Through devices, she answers questions with relevant answers in her own voice in life. Phrases like "beyond the grave" only reflects an entirely material view of consciousness. Her spirit is present, until she decides to move on. Melissa Galka and Jordan McKay are not "ghosts," but free spirits... free to come and go. They're not "dead" in the way that we would interpret it.


Steve Huff's "Wonder Box" - A meta-electrical work of art!

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Huff Paranormal

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'Steve Huff, maker of the Wonder Box from Paranormal Lockdown, on how he talks to spirits'

Julian Cheatie - - January 28, 2017

Steve Huff is one of the most renowned paranormal researchers out there, and has experienced huge success communicating with spirits over the years.

His creation the Portal, modified over time into the Wonder Box, has been so effective that Paranormal Lockdown’s Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman even agreed to use it on their show — with huge success.

But how does it work, how did Steve make it, and how did he get involved in the paranormal realm in the first place?

We spoke to Steve, the man behind the popular Huff Paranormal website and YouTube channel, to find out more…We spoke to Steve, the man behind the popular Huff Paranormal website and YouTube channel, to find out more.



'Creepy video shows 'woman's soul leaving her body and staying at the scene of fatal motorbike accident'  [Video Reporter (Thailand) - Daily Mail (UK) - October 4, 2016]

I wasn't able to embed this, but it's worth a look.


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Sunday, March 5, 2017

'Libera Me' - 'Interview with the Vampire' (soundtrack)

Dark Choir Music Enchantingly Beautiful!

Baoban Shee

Uploaded on Aug 29, 2009

Libera me
Soundtrack de Entrevista con el vampiro.
Category: Music
License: Standard YouTube License
Movie: Interview with the Vampire