Alongside an interdisciplinary team of Scientists, Professors, Engineers, Experts, we are dedicated in researching and carrying out experiments in Monuments around the world, so we can further understand their nature, their construction, their purpose and they way they can affect human biology.
"I have a background in Architecture, (Diploma from NTUA), an MSc in Sustainable Environmental Design (AA School London) and Ph.D in Geobiology from the University of Ioannina, on the effects of Geophysical anomalies on health. My deeper interests in the relation of buildings and health led me to a series of trainings, further education and my Ph.D. research. I dedicated my time, energy and personal finances with much devotion. I am passionate about Temples, as I feel there are many unanswered questions around them which need to be answered in a scientific way through in depth experiments."
Lydia Gian. de León from Greece
After a few years of processes and difficulties, we finally have the permit from the Archeological Authorities to do extensive measurements and research in 50 ancient Temples in Greece, including Dodoni Oracle, Delphoi, Delos, the most important healing Temples of Asklipios, Temples of Apollo and many others.
In the first part we examine whether the temple is built on a geophysical anomaly. We compare the main geophysical parameters of the area of the Temple to the ones away from it, in order to see whether they differ. We carry out several measurements, including magnetic field, gravity field, ground electric currents, gamma radiation, air ions, radioactivity etc.
In the second part we are examining whether the measured biomedical parameters of physiology in humans before entering the sanctuary are differentiated after entering it and remaining there for at least half hour. We carry out several measurements, including various blood markers, saliva markeres, EEG, EKG, HRV, live blood microscopy analysis etc.
This research aims to show, in terms of Geophysics and Biomedicine, why those who enter and remain for a certain period of time in aparticular area of the temple "feel" so well. In other words, the subjective feeling will be quantified by objective biomedical measurements on people, whatever phenomenon is there. In this way, the subjective part of the well-being of those who visit the Temples, as an argument for self-submission or other unrelated causes is removed and the rules of science are added to any beneficial effect on the biomedical physiological parameters of the visitor.
is a professor of Geophysics at the University of Patras, Greece. He has done postdoctoral research at the Universities of Cardiff, New Castle and Oxford, has a PhD in Geophysics from the University of Edinburgh in the UK and a BA in Physics from the University of Athens.
He has conducted more than 250 geophysical investigations in Greece, England, France, Spain, Russia, Central Asia, Russia, Northeast and Northwest Africa, trying to locate ancient buried cities. He has published over a hundred scientific articles with numerous citations.
is a retired professor and emeritus of Physiology at the University of Ioannina, Greece. He has conducted specialized research on the effect of electromagnetic fields, both on their negative effects and on the ways in which they can be used to cure chronic diseases.
He has been scientific director of 11 national and 9 international projects. He has more than 110 publications in international journals and more than 360 publications in national journals, abstract books and proceedings of national and international congresses.
is a researcher of the universal dynamics of matter and energy, which led him on a journey toward pioneering a new approach to quantum gravity and continual developments in unified field theory. Nassim dedicated most of his time to his independent investigation into physics, geometry, chemistry, biology, consciousness, archeology, and various world religions. Haramein’s dedication to scientific exploration combined with his keen observation of the behavior of nature led him to a specific geometric pattern which is at the core of his approach and new perspective in unified field theory.
is Professor of Physics at St. Petersburg National Research University of Informational Technologies, Mechanics and Optics in Russia and a senior researcher at St. Petersburg Research institute of Physical Culture and Sport. He has published over 200 papers in leading journals on physics and biology, and he holds 15 patents on biophysics inventions. He has given lectures, seminars and training sessions in 56 countries, presenting papers and workshops at more than 100 national and international conferences. He is the author of 9 books, translated to all European languages.
is a Professor at the University of Calgary in Canada. She teaches in the Graduate Division of Educational Research in the Faculty of Education. She has been researching and writing about the sacred feminine in ancient Egypt and goddesses around the world for 2 decades. Her book, Angels and Archetypes: An Evolutionary Map of Feminine Consciousness, traces fragments of information about matriarchal cultures in pre-dynastic Egypt, prehistoric Greece, and around the world. Dr Carmen Boulter is the creative fire behind The Pyramid Code. She is the Director, Producer, and writer of the series. Carmen has had an unshakable passion for Egypt traveling there 25 times.
is in permanent staff of the University of Trieste (Italy) from 1987, Department of Medical Sciences. He teaches in the Degree Course of Medicine and Surgery and in the Degree Course in Dentistry and Denture. From 2009 he has been beginning a study in medical anthropology connected to ancient archaeological sites and natural phenomena in sacred sites. His main interest is in Archaeo-acoustics. It demonstrates sound occurrences projected by the builders of some ancient structures and also natural phenomena which can influence the psychological state of a person in a mystic state or during prayers and chanting. His research is also connected to the relationship between the environment or artificial habitat and the human body.
Professor of Archeology at the University of Athens, Greece, Lillian Karali
Professor of Archeology at the University of Crete, Greece, Petros Themelis
Professor of Medicine at the University of Ioannina, Greece, Vasiliki Kalfakakou
Professor of Medicine of the University of Athens, Greece, George Chrousos
Professor of Medicine at the University of Athens, Greece, Polyxeni Nikolopoulou
Professor of Clinical Psychology of the University of Crete, Greece, Ioannis Nestoros
Professor of Medicine at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Gerhard Hacker
Professor of Geology at the University of Vilnius, Lithuania, Rimantas Petrosius
Assistant Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Athens, Greece, Panagiota Preka
Geophysicist Athanasios Liosis
Hydrogeologist Alexandra Vasilaki
Land Surveyor Dimitris Theodosopoulos
Physicist Dr. V.Tritakis of the Academy of Athens, Greece
Electronic Engineer George Sarantitis
Electronic Engineer Makis Kordomenidis
Geochemist Dr. Penelope Stavraki
Psychiatrist Nikos Stamatakis
- Dr. Lydia de Leon -