Anomaly Archives eNews 7/8/2016


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anomalyarchivesThe Anomaly Archives Weekly Email Newsletter

July 8th, 2016 – Austin, Texas

We’ve been home on a “staycation” this week and hope you’ve been having as much productive fun as we have.

For this issue’s Book-of-the-Week we feature the massive two-volume set published in 1836 (our copies from the Girard Collection are of the 1965 reprints) about uncovering “a most ancient and universal religion from which all later creeds and doctrines sprang.” Follow our Anomaly Archive eNewsletter links and you’ll find online copies of the book you can read in plain-text, PDF, or Synthetic Text to Speech audio book formats.

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Book of the Week…

An attempt to draw aside the veil of the Saitic Isis
Or an inquiry into the origin of languages, nations, and religions

Volumes One & Two – 1836

By Godfrey Higgins

“The work is the product of more than twenty years of research, during which Higgins tried to uncover “a most ancient and universal religion from which all later creeds and doctrines sprang”.[1] It includes several maps and lithographic plates of Druidical Monuments. The book itself details many of Higgins’ beliefs and observations about the development of religion. Among these was his theory that a secret religious order, which he labeled “Pandeism” (from Pans- or Pandu- referring to a family of Gods, appending with -ism), had continued from ancient times to the present day, stretching at least from Greece to India, and possibly having once covered the entire world:

“All this seems to confirm the very close connexion which there must have been in some former time, between Siam, Afghanistan, Western Syria, and Ireland. Indeed I cannot doubt that there has been really one grand empire, or one Universal, one Pandæan, or one Catholic religion, with one language, which has extended over the whole of the world; uniting or governing at the same time…”

Among the many unusual theories presented in this book is that both the Celtic Druids and the Jews originated in India – and that the name of the Biblical Abraham is really a variation of the word Brahma, created by shifting the last letter to the beginning: Abrahma. Higgins used the term “Pandeism” to describe the religious society that he purported had existed from ancient times, and at one time had been known throughout the entire world. Higgins believed this practice continued in secret until the time of his writing, in the 1830s in an area stretching from Greece to India.”

Source: Anacalypsis – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Here are some headlines of note for this week:UFOs

Library & Archives

Meta Talk on Anomalistics, Cryptozoology, Forteana Research & Public Education


Mind / Paranormal / Parapsychology / Sixth Sense (Human or Otherwise) / Esoterica / Occulture


Deep State / Parapolitics


Misc Weirdness? Eco-Crisis? Industrial / Oil Contamination Fallout? 


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Source: Anomaly Archives eNews 7/8/2016

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