Monthly Archives: January 2022

  • Galactic Central

    Dr. Enzmann about 1995 Galactic Central Galactic Central Chain-out Relays was considered. Essentially unmanned outward-bound ships would communicate one to another, as mankind’s explorers expand in a sphere about Mother Earth’s solar lagoon of light. However, manned ships were also considered. What a magnificent way for ancient engineers, pilots, and such to retire. Quarters could …

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  • What’s Up with Starships Now!

    Like Starships? Here are some brief descriptions of exclusive content in the Archive Starships Now Blog for members of FREA. The Lying Media is not a new concept, and Dr. Enzmann reveals the power of the media as he discusses their disloyal opposition and hideous distortion of scientific engineering and economic facts alongside the power …

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  • Treasures in Chronology

    Over 40 years Dr. Enzmann collected ancient and prehistoric images and compiled timelines. He wrote translations of the stories stone-age inscriptions tell. His Pillars Timeline was to be his magnum opus – the combining of every known timeline. This would both fill in and purge the records of history that exist separately. Our Chronology Blog …

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  • Why Read Starships Now?

    One of the things we do here in our free FREA News Blog is share the kind of fascinating information we dig up from the Enzmann Archive. Most of it was written between the 1940s and 1990s.  Here are some brief descriptions of articles you can find on our Starships blog. Why read Starships Now? …

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  • God, the Ultimate Material

    Blair March In his writing, Dr. Robert Enzmann says there is one ultimate substance from which everything is formed – a perfect, complete, consistent substance. This is an interesting concept. St. Thomas Aquinas states that there is no such thing as infinite regression. This means that at some point, there is a foundation. An Ultimate …

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  • Stretching the Cord or the Development of Prehistoric Geometry

    Cernunnos with the rod (blue) and cord (red). From the Gundestrup Cauldron where the rod is represented by a serpent. “Stretching the cord,” is a phrase some will be familiar with today; it was written about by the Sumerians, Akkadians, Egyptians, and patriarchal Hebrews, and was directly alluded to by yet older civilizations. This process …

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  • The Animals of Gobekli Tepe

    In 1998 a stone structure was uncovered in Anatolia (Turkey) that prompts a reevaluation of our knowledge of megaliths. Gobekli Tepe is 12,000 years old and inaccurately referred to as the world’s first temple. To date, it is the oldest megalithic observatory to be discovered, and questions abound as to who built it. Gobekli Tepe …

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  • Lost Civilizations

    Why Lost Civilizations Matter by Michelle Snyder SHOWN: Rx symbol 12,500 BC, Gönnersdorf, Germany. Translated Duncan-Enzmann: Medicine Lady and Her Medicine. For decades I have followed the trail left by symbol-makers who practiced their craft in what we call prehistory. Here it is that a language of pictures was used to record the lives and …

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  • A Week of Work – From Dust to Dogs

    A Wild Workweek Holly Snyder As a Developmental Editor for FREA, the stories and writing I get to read, research, and develop are on some of my favorite subjects – planetology, sci-fi, and mythology. This week has been exceptionally enjoyable. A few days ago, I was working in the non-fiction wing of the Archive, editing …

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  • How has the Study of Astronomy Changed?

    Dr. Enzmann seems to have answers spanning back to 450,000 BC when it comes to the history and development of observation methods.  In The Study of Astronomy through History, FREA provides a timeline excerpt from Proto History of Astronomy, along with a brief history of Astrology and how it guided the development of modern Astronomy. …

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