Manuel Vega




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MANUEL VEGA, Ph.D., was formerly a researcher working for the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA), the University of Nagoya (Japan) and the Council of Scientific Research in Oviedo (Spain). He was also a Buddhist monk for five years in monasteries of California and Canada. He has co-authored many papers and patents, has written extensively about the interface of science and spirituality, and has been the recipient of several literary awards in Spanish.


61018000Yesterday my mother called me loudly to watcha TV showin which a bunch ofserious men were claiming they hadfound the true date of Jesus’ birth. What I sawleft me dumbfounded.


At breakfast this morning I told my mother that Jesus was born on 25th, yet not of December but of July, in summer, and neither in the year 0 but in the year 7 before Christ (I obviously mean before the date arbitrarily cho...

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The sudden appearance of Egyptian civilization, circa 3100 BC, is one of the most striking phenomena of history, unless, as suggested by de Lubicz and West, it received the knowledge as a legacy from an earlier civilization. The authors mention that ...more
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After reading Gods, Sages & Kings (also of one of the authors, Frawley) this book reads too light. Reading them the other way around would be best. Anyway, a more popular (less scholastic) presentation of the real antiquity of the Vedic civilizat ...more
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This book is not an easy read, but definitely worth the effort. It is full of quotes from the Vedas, in themselves difficult to understand. The author makes a great effort to interpret them and to put this ancient text in its right context, that of a ...more
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The portolano maps are older and yet more accurate than most of the late medieval maps. Hapgood gives a convincing explanation about their origin: prehistoric. He can not figure out the culture or civilization that charted them, though he suggests it ...more
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