January 8, 2016 at 10:22 pm

Midnight In The Desert: Randall Carlson – Extinction Events

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Randall Carlson is a 3rd generation professional builder and co-owner of Archetype Design/Build, Inc. His interest in architecture and building led to an in depth study of the methods, symbolism, sacred geometry and science incorporated in sacred structures through the ages. Over the years he has studied with a variety of teachers including Himalayan Swamis, Brahmin priests, Sufi Masters, occultists, Earth scientists, historians, astronomers, archaeologists, geometricians, architects and many others. His work is a synthesis of these traditions. He has taught classes and delivered lectures on these varied subjects to thousands of people for over 35 years. He has presented several hundred workshops in Sacred Geometry and is at present developing an online course in the subject. He has immersed himself deeply into the science of global change as it is revealed both through traditional systems and through modern scientific findings. The acclaimed TBS-CNN documentary Fire from the Sky in 1997, in which he appeared, was based upon his research into catastrophic Earth change.

Over the past 20 or so years he has led dozens of expeditions documenting evidence for the great cycle of Earth changes as transmitted to modern times though the ancient model of the Great Year. His lectures and multi-media presentations are a synthesis of cutting edge knowledge from the frontiers of scientific research and esoteric wisdom. His current focus is on translating the cosmic story writ large into the landscape of planet Earth and preserved through numerous sacred traditions from around the world in the form of symbolism and mythology. Randall and his research into catastrophic Earth change are featured in Graham Hancock’s most recent book Magicians of the Gods. His recent podcast with Graham on the Joe Rogan Experience was the number one podcast in America the week it aired. He has been an active Freemason since 1978.

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1. Giant iceberg rafted basalt erratic, mouth of McNiell Canyon, Columbia River, Wash

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2. Yeager Rock

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3. Dry Fall cataract complex from 21513 feet with Niagara complex superimposed with scale bar

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4. Dry Falls aerial photo by Randall with Horseshoe Falls inset for scale

 

 

 

 

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