The study of Esoterica demands an interdisciplinary approach and a critical examination of information sources. These are a few of my favourites:
The Daily Grail: Essential News, without views, but lots of attitude and a great sense of humor.
The Gnosis: All things Gnostic, and loads of useful information.
Archaeo News: An impressive guide to the most ‘recent archaeological meetings, digs and breathtaking discoveries’.
The Megalithic Portal: A comprehensive gazetteer to megalithic sites around the world.
The History of Herodotus: Not many first hand accounts of the ancient world exist. This is one.
Ancient World Tours: The easiest way to see the best sites in the ancient world.
Coast to Coast: The web site for George Noory’s excellent radio show, complete with news and articles.
Wikipedia: Making research fun – and easy: despite its flaws, still a resourceful online encyclopaedia.
Zahi Hawass: The most influential and dominant voice in Egyptology.
Graham Hancock: A proven thought leader and one of the true greats of the genre.
Robert Bauval: Exciting research from one of the true rock stars of the genre.
John Anthony West: A legend in Egyptology circles where free thinking is valued.
David Rohl: One of the most important Egyptologists and chronologists of our time.
Robert Temple: Author of the seminal ‘Sirius Mystery’ and much more.
Stan Hall: The important work of the late, great, South American treasure and mythology explorer.
Zecharia Sitchin: Author of the ‘Earth Chronicles’ and interpreter of ancient reliefs and tablets.
Alan Alford: Fascinating theories on the origins of Earth, man and ancient religions.
Jim Alison: Absorbing insights into the prehistoric alignment of ancient cultures.
Kathleen McGowan: The site of one of Esoteria’s bestselling and leading voices.
Philip Coppens: A wide variety of insights from a prolific researcher and writer.
Picknett/Prince: Insights from a brilliant and consistent duo of researchers.
Ralph Ellis: Research from the fringe; original, insightful and underrated.
William Henry: New and fascinating insights into the esoteric significance of Washington DC, Philadelphia and much more.
Mark Gray: New insights into cosmic doorways and much more.
All things Languedoc: A one stop for all things Languedoc and a vital element of your pre-trip check-list.
Radio Rennessence: Interviews and news from Filip Coppens, Corjan de Raaf and Andrew Gough.
Rennes-le-Château Research: An essential reference and best of the best RLC sites.
Société Périllos: Leading site with a plethora of insights into Perillos and RLC.
Ben Hammott: The researcher’s impressive tomb discovery and more are featured.
Bloodline: The website of the thought provoking documentary on the mysteries of RLC.
Henry Lincoln: The godfather of RLC is back with a band new site.
Rennes-le-Chateau Portal: A Rennes-le-Château ‘One Stop’ like no other.
Rennes-le-Château Home Page: Refreshingly understated and full of useful translations and articles.
Gazette And Portal of Rennes-le-Château: Essential reading for any RLC enthusiast.
The Sauniere Society: Website of Society chaired by Henry Lincoln.
Isaac Ben Jacob: A fascinating sight from the author of ‘The Rise’ and expert on the Crista.
Societe-Perillos: The best site on Perillos and related subjects on the internet, from the authority on the subject, available in many languages.
Maryange Tibot: An expert on sacred Bruges, the bearded goddess and many other RLC related subjects.
White Lie: One of the best books about RLC in years.
Simon Buxton’s Sacred Trust: A leader in sacred bee research offering unique workshops into bee shamanism.
The Bee Goddess: Fantastic insights into bee symbolism from around the world.
Healing Bees: A great site, written Valerie Solheim, Ph.D., that includes the sound of bees.
World’s Most Famous Beekeepers: A useful list of bee enthusiasts down through history.
Freemasonry and Bees: Insights into the Masonic symbolism of the sacred bee.
The Health Benefits of Honey: A useful account of the many benefits of bee bi-products.
The Bee and the Book of Mormon: An amazing account of the Mormon legend of the sacred bee.