January 14, 2023 – Saturday 9:30-12pm – Scotland, Sardinia, Armenia: The Megalithic Connection – with Freddy Silva – In-Person
This is an in-person event hosted by East West at Ananda in Bothell. Address is 23305 Bothell-Everett Hwy Bothell WA 98021. Call 425-806-3700 for directions. There is free parking on-site and overflow parking day-of at Grazie Restaurant next door.
Around 6000 BC a revolution took place on Orkney and the Western Isles of Scotland. An outstanding collection of stone circles, megaliths and passage mounds appeared seemingly out of nowhere — monuments not indigenous to Britain but to regions of the Black Sea and the Mediterranean.
Their creators were equally mysterious. Traditions speak of ‘strangers from afar’ who were physically different, dressed in white tunics and lived aside from the regular population. They were regarded as master astronomers with an uncanny ability to work with enormous stones. Where did these advanced ancient architects come from?
Come take a journey to a mesmerizing corner of northern Europe to examine the megalithic culture, the roots of Gaelic language, and sacred traditions of the Scottish Isles — a trail that leads to Sardinia and the Armenian Highlands. Discover what prompted an entire civilization to migrate to the furthest reaches of Europe, a plan that led to the establishing of Ireland’s megalithic culture and divine bloodline.
Freddy Silva is a bestselling author, and leading researcher of ancient civilizations, restricted history, sacred sites and their interaction with consciousness. He is also the leading expert on crop circles.
He has produced 14 documentaries, the latest being Mystery of the Maya. He’s also published eight books in six languages.
He has been an international keynote speaker for two decades, in addition to appearances on Gaia TV, History Channel, and BBC. And for relaxation he leads sell out tours to sacred sites worldwide.
- Scotland’s Hidden Sacred Past includes the ancient secrets of Ireland, Armenia, and Sardinia
- In ancient Armenia they were called Peri. About Neolithic monument builders of Scotland
- Most ancient monuments on the Scottish western isles are based on Armenian or Egyptian language
- Armenia, Land of Ermenen in the mention of Thutmose III
- Dun Carloway, Armenian etymology of the name of a tower in Northern Scotland
- The migration of people from Scythia and the Armenian Highlands is a link between Sardinia and the Western Isles of Scotland
- How the ancient world was interconnected, Freddy Silva