Websites and Online Research

On this page you’ll find some of the most interesting and useful websites and articles we have come across in our research that explore ancient sacred sites aligned to the solstices and equinoxes, the lost civilization of the sun, and the Religion of the Sun.


Please note, while these websites provide a great deal of useful information, the views expressed on some of these websites may not always align with those of the Spiritual Sun.

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Spiritual author Belsebuub, with his wife Angela Pritchard, are at the forefront of research and exploration when it comes to reviving the spiritual aspects of the lost civilization of the sun, and the ancient Religion of the Sun which was once widespread across much of the globe.

On Belsebuub’s website there are many articles about the spiritual significance of the solstices and equinoxes, where he also details how and why ancient sacred sites were aligned to the Sun. Belsebuub also explains how the symbolism encoded in these sites (represented by the sun’s journey throughout the year, and contained within the lives of religious figures associated with the sun) relate to the process of inward spiritual development that can be undertaken by an individual.

On Belsebuub’s site you can also find instructions for ceremonies to celebrate the solstices and equinoxes, and books which explain self-knowledge, astral projection and other practices required for inner transformation. It appears that many similar practices and ceremonies were used by ancient peoples as part of the Religion of the Sun. By practicing these exercises we can therefore tap into the same spiritual experiences and understanding the ancients had, and can walk the same path towards enlightenment as spiritual seekers have throughout time.

Visit Belsebuub’s official website here.

Sakro Sawel

Sakro Sawel means “sacred sun” in Proto-Indo-European. is dedicated to the exploration of the ancient Religion of the Sun that was diffused across the world by ancient sages and wisdom bringers after a great catastrophe that took place around 9500 BC. Sakro Sawel explores the mythology, wisdom, history, archeology, symbols, and also the modern day revival of this ancient religion.

The website presents videos on these subjects, which are produced and presented by Angela Pritchard and a small production team. Angela is a researcher, who alongside her husband Belsebuub, co-authored the book The Path of the Spiritual Sun. She states: “I believe it [the Religion of the Sun] is the key to understanding our ancient past, who we are, and why we’re here.”

Visit Sakro Sawel here.

Modern Explorers

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The Modern Explorers are a group of open-minded film makers who explore ancient megalithic sites around the world. The Modern Explorers website was created as a platform where photos, video and the research they were conducting could be housed.

The Modern Explorers state that while the internet provides a large amount of information, they feel much of it can be biased. For this reason they look for their own answers, conducting exploration and research with a critical eye, aiming to find the truth and to make sense of the world and reality we all live in.

The Modern Explorers typically focus their research on Ancient Civilizations, but also explore some eco-friendly projects.

Visit the Modern Explorers website here.

Celtic New Zealand

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The Celtic New Zealand website is based on the work of archaeo-astronomer Martin Doutré. It contains a series of articles that discuss in detail evidence for the existence of incredibly ancient civilizations, with a particular focus on promoting an open discussion regarding the ancient history and heritage of New Zealand.

The stated aim of the Celtic New Zealand website is to “uncover the truth as it relates to the distant past and in doing so know better the land which is our home in the present…”, an exploration website visitors are welcome to take part in.

Visit the Celtic New Zealand website here.

The Kon-Tiki Museum

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The Kon-Tiki Museum was created as a tribute to Thor Heyerdahl’s 1947 Kon-Tiki Expedition, where he sailed from South America to Polynesia with a small crew and no support boat on a balsa wood raft. The full journey took 101 days, and proved once and for all that migration in this manner would have been possible for ancient peoples.

The Kon-Tiki Museum website provides a visual and written introduction to Thor’s life and work in the groundbreaking field of experimental-archaeology. It explains his interest in ancient cultures, and details the different expeditions he undertook in sea vessels constructed according to ancient building methods.

Visit the Kon-Tiki Museum website here.

The Megalithic Portal

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The Megalithic Portal is an interactive website where thousands of megalith enthusiasts, archaeologists and locals have contributed to the discovery, documentation and protection of ancient sites around the world.

The information provided by volunteer contributors such as photographs, map location and comments, details a growing number of known and disappearing sites, helping to preserve and remember the ancient history of global megalithic and prehistoric site construction.

The Megalithic Portal showcases all types of ancient sites from around the world, helping interested visitors to locate and document new sites on the portal.

Visit the Megalithic Portal website here.


Help Us Improve This List

This resource page is a continuous work in progress and more websites will be added as we find them. If you know of any websites — either in English or in your native language — that you would like us to consider adding, please let us know through our contact page.