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The Germanic Tale of the Easter Bunny

The ancient Germanic tale of the Easter Bunny tells us that the goddess Ostara wanted to save a young bird. However, her help came too late. Then, this goddess turned the bird into a special bunny, who was still able to lay eggs, but only on one day a year, namely on the day on which Ostara was honored.

The fact that we still celebrate Easter with the Easter Bunny and Easter Eggs clearly demonstrates the Germanic origin of this ancient festival. In my previous article, I already proved that Passover is the ancient Passing By Feast. The claim that Jesus allegedly died on “Good” Friday in order to resurrect on today’s day of the year, on which we still celebrate the Germanic Feast of Ostara, is an outrageous Roman forgery, intended to keep ignorant people ignorant. (more…)

Passover is the Passing By Feast

Hopefully you no longer believe in the Roman deception which pretends that the Biblical stories about Jesus would have been historical accounts. After all, the facts tell us an entirely different truth about Jesus. The undeniable truth is that Jesus is the personification of the central sun of our solar system. Perceived from the northern hemisphere, and particularly from between the latitudes of the Tropic of Cancer and the Arctic Circle, the celestial arc-shape path of our Light Bringer becomes in the fall each day a little smaller. But on (about) December 21, this daily shrinkage comes to stand still. In other words, the daily changing in the size of the Risen Savior’s arc has then stopped, or “died”. However, after three natural days, in which the nights lasted the longest of the year, this heavenly motion comes back to life again, starting with the sunrise on December 25. We celebrate this annual rebirth of Jesus with the Light Feast as a continuation of the Germanic Midwinter Festival. (more…)

The Quintessence in Nikola Tesla’s own Words

In 1899, Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943) had a revealing interview in his former laboratory in Colorado Springs (USA) with a journalist of the magazine “Immortality” named John Smith, in which Tesla explained, among other things, why the theory of relativity of Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) is wrong. For more then a century, it was the most suppressed interview with Tesla. In about 2011, it was rediscovered, and it became ever since republished on an increasing number of websites. Simply search the Internet with “Nikola Tesla interview 1899”, and you will find many of these publications. (more…)

The Logic of Success

creatologyWhat is the secret of success? Many approaches and gurus claim to have discovered this secret. However, there is somehow never a ironclad guarantee for any real success. The typical results are that many fail all the time, while some succeed sometimes, and practically no one always succeeds.

In a Master Class video of almost two hours, Johan Oldenkamp reveals a guaranteed recipe for success, based on Wholly Science. That Master Class video also shows the shortcomings of several popular approaches, such as NLP, PSYCH-K, mindfulness, and the so-called “Law of Attraction”. (more…)

Unriddling of Daniel’s End Times Prophecy

endtimesprophecyPerhaps the oldest and most profound end times prophecy was long time ago written down in the Book of Daniel (known from the lions’ den). However, this end times prophecy has always been a mysterious riddle. Until now! As Johan Oldenkamp was able to crack this “Daniel Code”. After having developed the Wholly Science video course, he has now, as a second icing on the cake, made another Master Class video, following the first one on the Logic of the Tarot. In that second Master Class video, the Pateo Academia for Wholly Science offers you the unriddling of Daniel’s end times prophecy. (more…)

Good Vibrations Podcast on Sourcery

GoodVibrations_87On Monday afternoon, July 25, 2016, former club and radio DJ Mark Devlin (1972) interviewed for his podcast named Good Vibrations Johan Oldenkamp on the Wholly Science video course in general, and on Sourcery in particular. (more…)

Goethe’s Harmonic Color Wheel

ColorCircleJohann Wolfgang (von) Goethe (August 28, 1749 – March 22, 1832) was not only a poet, playwright, novelist, statesman, theatre director, critic, and artist, he was also a scientist. By repeating the light spectrum experiment of Isaac Newton (1642 – 1727), he discovered that the colors were not simply parts of white light. Although the results of Goethe’s experiment leave no room for ambiguity, scientism still clinged to Newton’s wrong conclusions. (more…)

Ancient Mapping of Antarctica

AntarcticaOfficially, the continent of Antarctica was discovered in 1818. This continent, which is larger than Australia, covers an area of 14 million square kilometers (or 5.4 million square miles). With an average elevation of more than 2,000 meters (or 6,500 feet), Antarctica is by far the highest continent. As Antarctica lies completely covered by a huge sheet of both land and sea ice, it was quite a difficult task to compose an accurate map of this continent. However, three centuries before Antarctica was allegedly discovered, both a French mathematician and a Turkish admiral produced a remarkably correct map of Antarctica. How was this possible, as this “unkown” continent is covered with ice for at least 6000 years? (more…)

Pure Solar Lunar Calendar

Lunar_Solar_CycleBede (672 – 735) was an English monk at the monastery at Monkwearmouth and its companion monastery in modern Jarrow, County Durham, both of which were then in the Kingdom of Northumbria. He is well known as an author and scholar, and his most famous work entitled Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum (The Ecclesiastical History of the English People) gained him the title “The Father of English History”. His nickname was ‘The Venerable’, and therefore his Latin name became Bēda Venerābilis. Bede was a skilled linguist and translator, and his work made the early Latin and Greek writings much more accessible to his fellow Anglo-Saxons. Bede’s monastery had access to an impressive library. (more…)

Pure Tones & Pure Colors

PythagorasIn order to know the precise frequencies of both pure tones and pure colors, Wholly Science goes back to the groundbreaking work of Pythagoras, who was born around 570 BCE on the Greek island of of Samos, and died about 495 BCE. In his work, Pythagoras found the numerical logic underlying many phenomena of the perceived reality. Key to understanding the numerical logic underlying pure musical tones and pure colors is the tetractys. (more…)