Freddy Silva: The Divine Blueprint
A fresh and insightful account of the role played by sacred sites in raising human consciousness. Can a temple transform an ordinary person into an extraordinary being? Ancient texts across the world describe how, following a catastrophic flood, groups of enlightened individuals were entrusted with rebuilding the “former mansions of the gods” – a vast, interconnected network of temples and power places at “carefully chosen locations.” They also explicitly state how these sites would act as magical protectors for the people, “unfailingly and regularly and eternally,” and how each one embodies a spiritual technology designed and applied “for the welfare of all” – the only antidote to society falling into barbarity. In this ground-breaking book, researcher and best-selling author Freddy Silva examines the origins of sacred sites and what makes them so, from pre-diluvial ‘cities of knowledge’ to the resurgence of the temple via secret esoteric groups such as the Followers of Horus, even the architects of America’s capital.
He reveals new evidence that temples mark geomagnetic hotspots capable of inducing shamanic states, validating the ancient belief that the sites are living organisms, first seen then felt. He also shows how this global network was built as an insurance policy for future generations, for times when we needed to be reminded that we too are gods. With over 200 images, this original work reveals power places to be living intermediaries between matter and spirit, a legacy from a culture whose ultimate purpose was nothing less than the total self-empowerment of the human race. Author bio: Freddy Silva is a researcher of ancient systems of knowledge, alternative history and earth mysteries. He is the best-selling author of ‘First Templar Nation’, and ‘Secrets In The Fields’. He is also an international keynote speaker.