Romania is one of the oldest and undiscovered geographic areas known to Humankind. I would not want to date how ancient Romania is because I feel it's unfair to the location that has always existed since creation. May I be so bold as to say that we can read about the age of Romania in the biblical versions of Genesis? Did the people who translated its original text forget to mention the Carpathians, its origins of the prophets and king? The bible declares the Chosen people of Israel; was this miscalculation or a concept lost in Translation. What if the roots of our Mythology are Thracian, not Greek or Roman? Did the Gods and Goddesses, Wars with Titans start from the Lands of Romania, petrified into Stone? Long ago, was there one supercontinent named Hyperborean with Atlantis and Lumeria existing as the center? Did I find its origins in Romania? What if our Churches, temples, Ashrams and mosques still function from the foundations of Thracian Magic and its Ancient esoteric teachings? Did Tantra and Yoga originate from India or Danube? Was Sarmizegetusa the first Astronomical centre in Europe, assembled over the foundation of Hyperborea? Did the Getae-Dacians teach others across the world about the Pleiades, and was this constellation named Zamolxis? What if the gateway and portal to Ascension, the 144 thousand ascended masters and Angels, is located in Romania? I had to confront and answer all of these concepts in myself as my search for the 8th kingdom finally ended. The Holy Lands of Romania baptized and purified my soul; it was not easy for me to change years of research and study, but in the end, I can say the Romanians and their lands are the following chosen people. Additionally, its rival Historians and Theologists of Sumeria, plus other great locations worldwide, have difficulty understanding this perception of truth. Ultimately, the Romanian people need to keep moving forward amidst a unified vision centralized around the spiritual and economic powers of the Getae-Dacians.
But, before we go deeper into the Getae-Dacian ancestors and their predecessors, I am required to clarify the foundation of my research into Ancient Romania. Boldly, I am fortunate to have 15 years of study in parts of the world whose ancients functioned similarly to the Aryan-Thracian-Getae-Dacians. Therefore, while living in Romania for 5 years, I observed quickly that a considerable gap was missing in our ancient origins and might the Getae be a bridge to the missing pieces. The answer is yes. Subsequently, the majority of my study was from scientific premises first and spiritual 2nd. Besides, I am not a new-age man channelling angels and spirits; this part that someone recognizes in me is so far from who I am. To keep it simple, I am a friend to Romania and the people. Romania changed my life; the lands and people elevated me in a direction that I thought was impossible. So, there is no need for me to read books, Parrott past authors and their conclusions of what Geate-Dacia could be; further, I don't understand Romanian.
In conclusion, I was put on a path similar to Getae Kings. This is a prestigious honour to me. Now I will spend the rest of my days in alignment with the ancient ancestors of Romania and the royal dragon bloodline.
From 2014 to 2019, I walked the way of Burebista, retracing his footsteps searching for the King's shrine. In my perception, I believe I did find it in the most unexpected places, two to be exact. One was in my heart and the other location in Alba Lulia. For me, the way of King Burebista is a pilgrimage into transformation, it's not easy, but the spiritual benefits are profound; his essence and the lands of Getae took me down a path into humility. Although most of our belief structures are now focused around King Jesus and religious institutions, we need to remember that the Getae Dacian and their esoteric architectural achievements were before Jesus's rule. Thus, to connect to the essence of our ancient origins, we need to adjust our lenses to times of long ago. Besides, in the grand unification of Thracia and Getae-Dacia, one man was leading them, and it was King Burebista and the nature of esoteric and metaphysic faith structures. Note, I mean no disrespect towards religious institutions; I love Jesus very much. However, Jesus is Getae, my brother, the last King of Carpathia and the Royal Dragon Bloodline. Therefore, In the future, many people from around the world will venture on the pilgrimage that I named drmul spre Burebista. Diverse personalities will be summoned to walk through the Geate Dacian Sanctuaries for several reasons: religious purposes, historical-scientific study, Nature lovers, and fitness enthusiasts. In the end, all these people have their place in the heart of King Burebista. Finally, I will showcase Romania and its neighbours from the coded DNA awakening in the people, lands, and Ancestors. Thank you
Stephen is Metis (French & Mohawk Native).He has travelled to various places throughout the world for the last 17 years. In these travels, he has acquired a solid knowledge of diverse fields of study. His Independent researches include: -ancient archaeo-astronomy - occult societies -ethnobotanicals -energetic attunements -ancient mythology -alchemy -holistic health & nutrition -various methods of strength and mobility practices and -social anthropology (patterns of behaviour in culture) -Understanding Female Nature and Masculinity (sexual transmutation) Stephen was trained by indigenous elders, shamans, yogis, doctors in scientific and natural medicine. Further, Stephen's journey began in Yucatan, Mexico investigating archeoastronomy with Mayan elders and administering various healing tools, including sacred initiations. In Peru, he encountered the Chavin culture, consumed multiple plant medicines, mystic rituals and oversaw the largest San Pedro center in the amazon. In Egypt, Stephen immersed himself with the Bedouins examining and consuming numerous plants in the Sinai peninsula, sharing healing modalities in Cairo and creating a practice with over 40 plant species in that region. While studying in Greece, he participated in magical ceremonies on the islands of Corfu. Also, In Turkey, Stephen investigated temple archaeology, archeoastronomy, analyzed and applied the flora grown in the Rize region. In Italy, he gifted energy treatments to several groups on multiple islands. In addition, Stephen walked the Camino de Santiago in Spain (a 30-day pilgrimage). Further, He experienced the holy Palo Santo trees, extracted and consumed its oils in Ecuador. Next, Stephen spent 40 days at the Sivananda yoga ashram in Val Morin, Quebec. Then In Vancouver, Canada, he assessed the effects of Cannabinoids. Following, in Toronto, Stephen supervised the development of the first psychedelic awareness center and his own private practice. Finally, he visited southern France, examined the female Christ, and researched ancient medical practices and Mythology in Norway.
Additionally, Stephen travelled throughout the United States and other parts of Canada, facilitating various treatments and workshops. But the majority of his time was In Romania since 2015, exploring the Ancient Origins of the Aryan-Thracian-Getae-Dacians and distributing his insights from his Facebook Page: "Stephen Aube,"
When I first arrived in Romania, 2015-2019, I was welcomed by a group of people involved with the untold festival; they needed my expertise and immediately acquired a volunteer permit to remain in the country. During my stay in Cluj, I was taken to Sarmizegetusa; when I walked the lands, I knew that I had returned home and deep inside, it was my destiny to showcase the Geto Dacians in a new light. Ultimately, my vision for the Geto Dacians was to be recognized as an evolved ancient civilization that influenced the evolution and development of our entire world. So I presented the concept to management back in Cluj and asked permission to divert from untold to expand my research into the Orăștie Mountains; they said yes.
At first, I was introduced to Romania as the Shaman or healer, but quickly everyone wanted to experience my 15 years of travelling and researching ancient civilizations. Finally, I was asked to enter Sarmizegetusa as a businessman. The Romanian woman I married was attracted to my accomplishments in retail, tourism and healing modalities; she wanted to learn while I developed the Dacian fortresses in the Orăștiei Mountains. But, before travelling and investigating ancient civilizations, I was involved with fortune 500 companies such as Nascar motorsports and one of Canada's first portable hot tubs companies. Also, I amassed a chain of retail stores and restaurants that targeted tourism in the domain of Motorsports. Plus, I was involved in ground-breaking tourism in Peru and assisted in areas of Egypt and Mexico. Because of these achievements, I was the first person in 100 years to open the region of Sarmizegetusa through touristic merchandising, retail, holistic healthcare and building a showcase to present all the Dacian Fortresses hidden in the forests. Unfortunately, after completing the touristic center on the road to Sarmizegetusa, my wife and her Family conspired to erase my accomplishments from Romania, telling me to leave and not return to the Orăștie Mountains. However, I am a man who forgets and will not dwell on the past but materialize a new future. So now, virtually, I will showcase the vision of celebrating one of the most advanced civilizations, the Geto Dacians and my Love for Getia-Romania; all roads lead to Sarmizegetusa.
As mentioned earlier, I was invited to the Orastie Mountains because of my innovative skills and background in commerce; however, I was excited to offer my expertise in ancient religious and military architecture. So, I needed to work in parallel by constructing a viable touristic showcase that generated self-sustaining revenue and conducting my research into the Geto-Dacians. In other words, build a bridge between history and business. First, I assessed the placement of the Geto-Dacian stone columns and fortress walls that protected the temples. In addition, I studied the outer crust of the land soils, sand, geology and water systems. Most ancient people built close to waters and stone quarries; then, they extracted the rock and brought it up or down river to build fortresses and temples. In my perception, the Geto-Dacians constructed the same; in their time, a large body of water travelled through a broad valley, and the quarry was nearby; the bulk of extraction commenced during the reign of Burebista, functioning until Decebalus. Then, Sarmizegetusa was the focal point, and the super city Dacian fortress of the Orastie Mountains was built around it. Today, the waterway is a small river flowing into the city of Orastie, and the limestone quarry Măgura Călanului is located north of Călan city. Presently, the well-preserved remains of Geto-Dacian fortresses and temples stretch along the riverbank hilltops constructed on terraces; the stone manifests expert cross-cutting methods for roofing and stabilizing.
Moreover, the Geto Dacians boreholes and cut grooves in various stones, attaching wood pieces to transport onto rafting systems; these portions supported water drainage and offered lookout points to archers. Next, the fortifications revealed evidence of polished white stone with ornamental inclusions presenting sophisticated craftsmanship made of bronze, gold and silver. These revelations enticed more questions, could Sarmizegetusa be a modern-day fort Knox? Did the Geto-Dacians process and store their gold at this location? And was the entire Geto-Dacian Empire built in the Orastie Mountains a mining operation that involved astronomical observatory, cult worship and secret societies? But before moving forward with my research, I needed to put more time into constructing the touristic centre below the base of Blidaru, located on the road to Sarmizegetusa.
So, my plan was to create a viable retail ecosystem; if you build it, they will come. First, I ordered products from a retail store in Canada that I had operated before Romania, a spiritual gift shop. Then I waited, and one by one, local artists and wholesale merchants visited; when they arrived, I shared my vision of replicating the line of apparel and souvenirs from Canada into Geto-Dacian gifts and collectables, Romanian made. Finally, I conveyed my expertise in business, and I had the cash to fund start-up operations; the money was from a man's estate that I helped finalize in New York. So local artists and distributors were excited as production and sales commenced at the Vatra touristic/holistic center on the road to Sarmizegetusa. One task was to share my Geto Dacian research and inform the visitors about the region; however, the holistic center I opened significantly contributed to retail revenue. Local Hotels sent people for various treatments I offered as a gift, and they spent money purchasing souvenirs from the store. As a result, I became swamped and popular; on some weekends, the retail market generated hundreds of visitors and 10 to 15 thousand Lei in sales from Friday to Sunday. As promised, the profits went back to funding local artists and increasing retail SKUs; in other words, all earnings were used for expanding creativity and Geto-Dacian education. Over time people visited the region for Sarmizegetusa and to meet me. However, my popularity in Romania evolved, and my wife, her family, historians and local politicians became envious. On one occasion, the Hunedoara council sent a representative with some men from China to my home; they were looking to recreate the Geto Dacian marketplace but made in China. Next, I offered to give the county council my list of wholesale accounts; it was not about competition for me; I wanted to help keep the souvenir industry made in Romania, especially in the heart of Dacia, Sarmizegetusa. Finally, my wife and her family became upset because she was not the center of attention, and I used the profit I generated to fund various projects with local artists. As a result, the Vatra holistic touristic centre was closed many days during the busy summer months. Nevertheless, I did my best to keep the center open as an info point to educate people about the region and maintain a positive vibe in the area. Now I am back in Canada, and it brings me great joy that people from all over Romania will pass by my Geto Dacian vision on the road to Sarmizegetusa.
During my first year living in the village of Costești, several locals visited my home with stories of Curses from Dacian Gold or mystical spells placed into the treasure. On one occasion, a family invited me to the community of Costești - Deal to hear stories about local legends; however, I quickly discovered that the stories were not just fables. Next, I visited a small home and worked in the Gardens picking Potatoes as a man explained that these curses emit a violet flame from the ground where the gold is buried. Also, at night during the defrosting of winter, the treasure hunters awoke to see the violet gasses circulating from the earth generated by the Dacian gold buried in the ground, which drove several people crazy. Further, I met a grieving mom whose son committed suicide; she showed me the cross where he was buried and explained he chased the violet lights at night seeking Dacian treasure. On another occasion, a Jandarmeria told me a story about a colleague who went missing in the mountains and never returned, possibly lost in the underground network of tunnels that run from Sarmizegetusa to other Dacian fortresses in the region. Next, further up in the Grădiștea commune, I visited a man and woman; I spent the day picking walnuts and listening to legends about king Decebalus's treasure hidden under the present-day goat path from Feţele Albe to Sarmizegetusa.
Moreover, For years people from all walks of life visited me to share their stories of sickness, disease, death and fighting among various gangs attempting to take control of the treasure hunting industry, all caused by the Curse from Dacian Gold. Often I was asked to go treasure hunting; the people involved hid metal detectors in the trees, and at night they hunted; of course, I did not join even though there are laws that protect legit hunters with proper paperwork from the government. Besides, there are two stories about the art of metal detecting. One was the individuals with permits who were passionate and gave their findings of artifacts to museums or the government. Still, even then, the reward was minimal, and sometimes relics went missing from political hands. Second were the hunters who bypassed Romania and sent the Dacian treasure overseas or across Europe, where they were paid substantial money. As a result, the most important discoveries of Geto Dacian treasure and artifacts were found with metal detectors and minimal archaeological research and excavation. Finally, I realized that I was living in one of the world's largest ancient hidden cities. Still, I discovered the truth about Geto Dacia from the villagers of Costești/Grădiștea commune and the treasure hunters, not from Romanian history books, spiritualists or academic scholars. In the end, I was warned to stay away from the darkness of Geto Dacia, but I am educated enough to put my hand into the fire and walk into dangerous territory when I search for the truth. Besides, living life as modern-day Indian jones is never easy. In conclusion, with the blend of science and mysticism, most curses are from radiation, greed, jealousy, paranoia, and higher light DNA activations (Information) upon discovery. I have been fortunate to witness and experience physically this phenomenon of curses in several ancient cities I visited, such as Peruvian, Mayan, Ecuadorian and Egyptian. Further, ancient treasures owned by kings were often hidden among radioactive substances, such as synthesized uranium minerals. As a result, when certain crypts or burial tombs are discovered, the sickness caused by extracting their artifacts is from radioactivity. Finally, the Dacian Fortresses in the present-day Orastie Mountains are situated near a uranium wasteland, so most of the plants and water in the region can be hazardous. For example, several residents from the village in Grădiștea can't leave because their bodies have been acclimatized to the radioactivity; if they venture too far from the town, they can get sick or die. Besides, the Orastie River is known as fast-moving water with a slow death. Unfortunately, I ignored the obvious even though I was taken into these villages and educated about the radioactive and biological hazards of the region. Following this, I became very ill because of my scientific ignorance of the Dacian Curse that lingers in the Orastie Mountains.
Eventually, I faced the administrator of Sarmizegetusa; Vladimir was not comfortable with me living in the region and opening a touristic location. As a result, our friendship commenced with arguments, but I agreed with his reasoning. Nevertheless, Vladimir cared about the people who lived in costesti, gradistea de munte and eventually, our relationship found traditional ground through negotiations concerning touristic visions. My part in the alliance was to submit to most of his wishes; it was not easy for me to do, but his arguments were correct. Ultimately, Vladimir and I became good friends; I ignored the warnings that numerous people from the community expressed to me: it is dangerous, stay away from him. The fun part about the Geto Dacian Gossip was that Vladimir was correct 99 percent of the time and most who protested against him were wrong. Furthermore, I attained immense wisdom from Vladimir concerning the country of Romania, the Dacians and life in general, thus considering him a mentor. In addition, I stood by his side through many challenging transitions, such as his last day as the administrator of Sarmizegetusa, we walked out together. My plea to politicians to show him a respectful change they ignored and Vladimir was treated poorly; in the end, he had to protest out front of city hall. During his protest, I witnessed Vladimir raise his sign of disagreement and observed a courageous brother who tutored me to be a better man. Therefore, I am incredibly grateful to have found an exceptional mentor/teacher, and because of Vladimir, I settled deeper in Respect for Romanians and the Geto-Dacian ancestors. One day in 2017, Vladimir came to my home and explained that they needed to take the old rotten wood pillars out from the centre of the circular monument and replace them with new pieces. At first, I was excited because the old posts threw off the beauty and energetic flow of the archeological site, but the new ones had to be put in their place. Even though I disagreed with the wood being in the centre in the first place, it was an opportunity for me to suggest other changes at Sarmizegetusa; besides, I was honoured that Vladimir came to me for help. In my perception, Vladimir dedicated his life to researching and preserving the Dacian fortresses and sanctuaries in Orastie Mountains, but specifically Sarmizegetusa Regia. At the time, I had a construction crew building the touristic/holistic center below blidaru; in my opinion, they were the most organized and experienced contractors in Orăştie-Hunedoara. So I spoke with the team and asked if they wanted to work at Sarmizegetusa, it slowed down construction for my project, but the work at the archaeological site was crucial. Next, I accompanied the construction company owner up to Sarmizegetusa as an advisor; my interest was replacing the railing next to the ceremonial road; it was old and rusted. But safety was a priority; old pieces of concrete were scattered around with fragments of metal still attached that people could trip over, left overwork from past construction workers. So, the concrete was dug out from the ground, a new railing was added, and wood pillars were replaced in the centre of the large circular monument. The old posts would turn into benches for people to sit on. However, a huge fight started, and scandals became daily; the workers visited my home to speak about their stress. They were put under tremendous pressure, and Vladimir was bombarded by jealous historians. I attempted to be a peacemaker while politicians and historians from Romania and other counties came to my home to voice concerns. But the most embarrassing part was the spiritualist or new agers; several individuals thought the posts were original (Dacian) both spiritual and Yogic sects were worshiping the wood. Deep residual wounds became more apparent because Sarmizegetusa was opening fast, and European Union delegates started to free up funding. Several representatives from Switzerland, France and Norway visited me over the years to speak about the region, specifically theft. Basically, they wanted to contribute and release money for hotels and the preservation of the fortresses but were suspicious. In the end, I confirmed the importance of showcasing the Dacian Fortresses of the Orăștie Mountains, and I hope the money gets distributed fairly. It's Romania's time to showcase their ancestors in greatness.
Finally, In celebrating 100 years of Romania, I wanted to expand my vision of showcasing "The network of Dacian fortresses from the Orăștiei Mountains." After all, I was situated in a monumental Dacian city and one of the best-kept secrets of ancient architecture. Further, these sanctuaries and the Geto-Dacian ancestors opened my eyes to the potential of greatness that swims in the Romanian DNA. So next, I commenced a showcase on the road to Sarmizegetusa with photos I took of the Dacian fortresses/temples, and a friend from Deva created a map book to inform the people. Correspondingly I expressed the importance of a family-oriented design that attracts the children and brings excitement to the region. But unfortunately, every project I launched was met with hostility from local council members, politicians, historians and my Romanian wife's family. Basically, I was accused of corrupting the minds of future generations because the cartoons were not historically correct. Also, arguments escalated when the book gained popularity; I explained to the historians and academics that the map book was not a dissertation or thesis to be argued. This is a project for the children, and you need to understand that a child's mind is different than adults. Personally, I have never encountered such a wide range of uneducated jealous scholars, although these people living in the Orăștie region are probably high from Uranium polluted waters and food. However, the local hotels loved the idea, and sure enough, busloads of Kids came to play and learn about their ancestors, discovering that long, long before the Romans and Greeks were the Thracian-Geto -Dacians.