How we work
Our four directors along with a dedicated team give their time and skills to run the organisation. We provide online publications freely, as we believe that spiritual knowledge is given without charge from above, and should be passed onto others in the same way. The printed books we publish are sold just above cost price. It does cost us money to run our organisation and publishing activities so we accept donations, which allow us to remain independent and place our principles before profit, so anyone can access our publications.
We also like to get out and explore ancient sites and the remnants of civilizations that practiced the Religion of the Sun across the globe, and meet and learn from people doing pioneering research in fields related to our own, from gathering evidence of a lost civilization that practiced the Religion of the Sun, to the suppression of information and evidence related to advanced civilizations from other worlds.
(Left to Right) Matthew exploring the remnants of an ancient Sun temple in MP, India; Sabah taking part in a sunset aarti on the banks of the Ganges in Rishikesh; Matthew at the Udayagiri caves in MP, a site aligned to the summer solstice
(Left to Right) Jon and Jenny exploring solstice and equinox alignments at Cahokia Mounds, IL, USA; Examining petroglyphs with solar symbols at Fountain Bluff, IL; At Serpent Mound in Ohio, a site with solstice and equinox alignments
(Left to Right) Sabah and Jenny with Graham Hancock in May 2014 during his ‘Magicians of the Gods’ tour’; Jenny with Dr Steven Greer in August 2013 at the Australian premiere of his movie Sirius.
Our aim is to research and revive the ancient Religion of the Sun, and provide a comprehensive resource for spiritual seekers across the globe to learn about and practice it. In doing so we hope to help reconnect people to a shared spiritual and cultural heritage left to us by previous civilizations of the sun and their descendant cultures.