are researching these several productions that we believe will appeal
to new and old fans of ancient civilizations, as demonstrated by the
popularity today of video games, books and movies around the world.
In fact, we will create a database of consumers into the millions that
will allow us to properly market our products in the future, including
feature films, whereby fans can purchase tickets in advance.
The Egyptians (65 Part Series):
tantalizing scientific discoveries suggest ancestors of modern Egyptians
built neither the famous pyramids nor ancient temples along the Nile,
but long-forgotten survivors of a massive global catastrophe, whose
ancestors ushered in what is now known as the 'list of suddenlies' in
our human record during an era called the Neolithic or New Stone Age.
The dynastic pharaohs worshipped Thoth, who was their
god of wisdom. He was the oldest among a pantheon of gods. He apparently
collected all knowledge that was lost and had it transcribed, which
was eventually delivered to the ancient city of Heliopolis - City of
the Sun - by Hathor, another god, who deposited the documents in the
Hall of Records.
Many years later, it was written, Khufu demanded to be
told the contents of the hall and summoned a magi from Heliopolis, and
subsequently the first of the Giza pyramids was built. However, it is
disputed today that those ancient Egyptians actually built the pyramids,
indeed that a far more ancient people built them over 12,000 years ago.
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The Golden Age Of
Pirates: Corsairs, Buccaneers & Privateers (3 hour-long episodes)
investigates the worldwide phenomenon of seafaring Pirates and the many
areas they discovered and charted, the towns they began and the mysteries
of their still sought-after treasure. The "golden age" of swashbuckling
Pirates ran from about 1650 to 1800 and plundered in virtually every
sea on the planet. A Pirate in-character will host each show, which
will also be tied to various modern "Pirate Festivals" and historical
ports around the world today.
first episode we'll explore the ruthless Corsairs of the Barbary Coast
that sailed from North Africa throughout the Mediterranean, attacking
and enslaving many Christian ships and towns along the way, as well
as their bloodthirsty and celebrated cousins, the legendary Buccaneers,
who both pillaged and settled across the Atlantic in the Caribbean Islands,
while also looking at war-time Privateers - legal Pirates with Letters
Of Marque from their monarch commanding them to "destroy and pillage
all enemies of the Crown" - roving from the East Coast of Canada to
the South Seas of the Pacific.
know? Buccaneer is a term that was used in the later 17th century in
the Caribbean Islands. The term Buccaneer comes from the French word
"Boucanier". These Boucaniers originally were hunters who were poaching
cattle and pigs. They would smoke the meat on wooden frames, "boucans",
so that it could be saved for a later time. The Boucaniers were taught
this by the local Arawak tribes from Santo Domingo, calling the method
Barbicoa - which is where the word and method of Barbecue originated!
of the South Seas, sailing the oceans from Madagascar to India and Australia,
mixed many cultures into their way of life, whereas China's Pirates
were a breed unto themselves, both fierce and resourceful, including
many female captains, sailing the uniquely designed "Junk". In this
episode we'll explore the vessels themselves: the various tall ships
that carried these raiders around the globe and the advances made in
seagoing technology that they developed.
in the third episode, we'll examine the glorious Pirates' many weapons,
from cannons to cutlasses, as a fight on the high seas was always a
unique event, as were their armaments. We'll also take a look at "Home
Sweet Home" and their culture on land, and visit the many places that
Pirates landed to relax, and refresh supplies and manpower, that have
become some of today's popular tourist spots and major cities; from
Port Royal in Jamaica to Macau in the South China Sea. We'll wrap up
by examining their buried treasure - the gold and jewels that were taken
and the many places they are allegedly hidden - and the vaunted Pirates'
code that kept them secret.
Jumpers (3 Part Mini-Series):
There have been flints found in Texas that are similar
to those found in southern Europe, exciting scientists, and suggesting
a link between the Clovis and Solutrean cultures. These days there are
native American languages that still contain foreign words, whether
Punic, Greek or Hebrew. The "wind-talker" Dene languages share something
in common with those of the fiercely independent Basques and Chechens
Long after the Carthagians and hundreds of years before
the Vikings - or the legendary trips of either Prince Madog or Prince
Henry Sinclair - researchers believe globe-trotting Celts and inspired
and roaming priests, such as St Brendan, successfully crossed the Atlantic
in small boats made of leather and landed on American shores - discovering
"paradise" in the process. Harvard's Dr Barry Fell spent a lifetime
deciphering mysterious inscriptions carved into rock faces.
The Pacific was crossed many thousands of years ago.
Certainly people needed to cross a deep ocean trench in order to populate
Australia over 40,000 years ago! Thor Heyerdahl found several levels
of masonry under the Easter Island temples and statues, as well as famously
proving the ocean could be crossed on a raft, a technology he suggested
might have been developed by the ancient inhabitants of South America.
Man Meets Ice Man (One Hour Special):
controversial 9,000-year old skeletal remains that were accidentally
discovered in 1996, originally thought to be the bones of a long-lost
American Pioneer and eventually tagged as enigmatic "Kennewick Man",
an ancient traveler who had suffered many injuries in his abbreviated
life, share something in common with those frozen body of "Ice Man",
found high in Alpine glacial ice several years ago: both bravely traveled
great distances and both were survivors, due likely to medical treatment.
Ice Man is only 5,200 years old however. He carried a
leather back-carriage with bows and arrows, along with an axe and a
repair kit with pieces of rope, bone, rock, and string. The axe had
a shaft of yew and a blade of copper.
Upon close examination, university researchers have discovered
that Ice Man had several "tattoos", marks made by cutting into the skin,
filling the incisions with herbs and burning the herbs, thereby cauterizing
the incisions. The tattoos formed an ancient acupuncture chart used
long before the therapy was developed in the Far East. The body has
15 groups of simple tattoos upon the back and legs which tallied with
those used in modern acupuncture. In fact fully 80% of the points correspond
to those used in acupuncture today.
Stone Age Star Charts (One Hour Special):
So-called "cavemen", unique peoples living throughout
the recent Ice and Stone Ages and most recently in the Neolithic period
(from 15,000 to 5,000 years ago), were much more intelligent than the
club-wielding thugs we commonly perceive them to be, as our children
are taught in school. They wisely watched the skies and plotted the
movements of stars over time, and built many stone henges to not only
calculate vast distances and the coming seasons but to also observe
potentially life-threatening comets and asteroids.
A European researcher has interpreted carvings in a 32,500-year-old
ivory tablet - from that of a mammoth - as a pattern of the same stars
that we see in the Orion constellation.
The famed Bull paintings found on cave walls in Lascauz,
France, dated to 17,000 years ago, depict stars and constellations that
are visible along the elliptic accurately arranged, whereas in Spain's
Altamira Cave the evidence suggests the artists were much more ambitious
and organized their paintings to represent the entire visible night
sky. These people kept their calendars accurate by watching the full
moon until finally one midnight it hit a pre-designated spot, and there's
no mistaking this day, it was the summer solstice.
Was A Brahmin, Moses Was A Pharaoh, Jesus Was A Yogi (2 Hour Special):
controversial show examines new theories concerning several early leaders
and explores truths surrounding their legendary "biblical" status, global
travels and esteemed place in history today. A recent archeological
find in Kuwait unearthed a gold-plated statue of the Hindu deity Ganesh,
and historical research material today helps explain the connection
between ancient Hindu civilization and Arabia.
Abraham is recognized by scholars as the patriarch of
the Hebrews, but came from much further East, and is highly touted in
the Koran as Ibrahim; the name of his wife, however, Sarah, provides
another clue: in Indian Sarasvati (sa-raswa-tee) refers to a "wife of
Brahma". He was from Ur, a city in ancient Sumer.
In the story of Abraham, at his birth a star moved from
the East and stood over the place of his birth. Zarathustra, Buddha,
Noah and Moses were all born with an aura. This set the precedent for
Jesus. When the magi arrived "according to the prophecy of Zarathustra,"
they brought gold, frankincense and myrrh (symbolizing earthly kingship,
spiritual kingship, and early death).
America (3 Part Mini-Series):
In 1491, blacks owned about one million square miles
of land in the Louisiana Territories and the South Eastern region of
Florida as well as in California. Before Columbus, across all these
lands, there were African-American nations. Their people were targeted
for enslavement due to the Papal Edict giving the Christian nations
of Europe the right to make slaves of all descendants of Ham found in
these newly "discovered" lands.
The belief that the African-Olmecs were a Pan-Nubian/West
African Saharan civilization is believed by many in Africa and elsewhere
today. Olmec helmets are very similar to those worn by the Nubians and
West Africans of ancient times. Both are made of a combination of leather
When the Sahara began to dry out, after the Ice Age began
to melt rapidly, the people of West Africa, migrated across the ocean
- these are quite possibly the people who built the mysterious round
balls of Mexico and the giant "Olmec" heads. The people represented
in the faces of these heads may have led a great dynasty of Black Kings
who ruled for more than two thousand years in Mexico. Their culture
and traditions became part of the native cultures that followed, including
the Maya and Aztecs.
& Modern Dinosaurs (One Hour Special):
of civilized man who might have existed millions of years ago, in the
form of gold bracelets, were uncovered underneath the mountains of Western
United States following the Gold Rush of the late 19th century, and
in Africa today rumors still persist - notwithstanding sharks and crocodiles
- that descendants of dinosaurs exist and live free.
Our hosts will explore the many examples in modern museums
of strange animals painted and carved by ancient people around the world
depicting gryphons, dragons and various long-necked
beasts, including those that lurk in cold Scottish lakes. But deep in
the jungles of Gabon, the locals there can still point out a picture
of a Diplodocus without any prior knowledge of dinosaurs, or the benefit
of Jurassic Park.
A gold chain cannot be made with stone tools. Furthermore,
when a gold chain was found nestled in a piece of American coal in 1891,
it suggested the item in question was 260 million years old! There has
since been a gold thread found in rock, and an iron nail embedded in
sandstone 380 million years ago. To make matters most interesting for
historians, fossilized bones too have been found in coal by miners.
Trade (One Hour Special):
This show surrounds the enigma of pan-ocean trade long
before the arrival of "modern" sailing Europeans a few hundred years
ago. Olmec jade, dating from approximately 1150 BC, found in Mexico
and depicting an Olmec scribe, is very similar to the scribes of the
Nile, Mesopotamia, India and West Africa. However, long before Columbus
and the Spaniards arrived, the Mayans' jade came from its Chinese trading
The first complex culture in Mesoamerica may have come
into existence with the help of a group of Chinese who fled across the
seas as refugees at the end of the Shang dynasty, it is a theory being
examined by researchers in America today. The Olmec civilization arose
around 1200 BC, which coincides with the time when King Wu of Zhou attacked
and defeated King Zhou, the last Shang ruler, bringing his dynasty to
Furthermore, this is evidence in the form of the written
word. Over the past three years, some 150 glyphs on photographs of and
real specimens of Olmec pottery, jade artifacts and sculptures. As well
as himself leafing through dictionaries of ancient Chinese, he has also
taken his drawings of these markings to be examined by mainland Chinese
experts in ancient writing, and most have agreed that they closely resemble
the characters used in Chinese oracle bone writings and bronze inscriptions.
Time & Jain Ages (One Hour Special):
ancient priests' control over kings was apparent through their mastery
of astronomy and mathematics. From India to Mexico, there is no doubt
that past civilizations were involved in incredibly complex space calculations,
mathematics and architectural endeavors. The Mayans had a sophisticated
calendar, losing only one day in 6000 years.
Hindu and Mayan elders recently shared their belief systems
in a conference held in 2005. The premise of the conference was that
the Vedic and Mayan civilizations were in close communication in the
ancient past. Throughout history, both Vedic and Mayan traditions faced
declines due to internal failures and external onslaughts by other later
civilizations. Both cultures were challenged in the survival of traditions
and propagation of their ancestral wisdom for generations. The conference
started with a Mayan yagna (fire worship). The similarity between the
Hindu purification rite and the procedures and ingredients of the Mayan
yagna astounded everyone.
New information pushes back the date of Mayan writing
to some time between 300 to 200 B.C, around the time the Mauryan empire
was in the full bloom in India.
Around The World (One Hour Special):
Great circles are straight lines that go all the way
around the center of the earth. Easter Island, Nazca, Ollantaytambo,
Paratoari, Tassili n'Ajjer and Giza are all aligned on a single great
circle. Additional ancient sites that are located within one tenth of
one degree of this great circle include Petra; Persepolis; Khajuraho;
Pyay, Sukothai and Anatom Island.
Near Ollantaytambo, Machupicchu and Cuzco are within
one quarter of a degree. The Oracle at Siwa in the western Egyptian
desert is within one quarter of a degree. In the Indus Valley, Mohenjo
Daro and Ganweriwala are within one quarter of a degree. The ancient
Sumerian city of Ur and Angkor temples in Cambodia and Thailand are
within one degree of the great circle. The Angkor temple at Preah Vihear
is within one quarter of a degree.
This circle crosses over the source and the mouth of
the Amazon, the dividing line between upper and lower Egypt, the mouth
of the Tigris-Euphrates, the Indus River and the Bay of Bengal near
the mouth of the Ganges. The circle also crosses over a number of areas
of the world that are largely unexplored, including the Sahara Desert,
the Brazilian Rainforest, the highlands of New Guinea, and underwater
areas of the North Atlantic Ocean, the South Pacific Ocean and the South