Galactic History — Series 1

SERIES 1 OF 2 — Now here is something that you might not come across every day! Andrew Bartzis is The Galactic Historian.


Do you have about 10 hours to spare?  You’ll be glad that you did, and we are not kidding!

Andrew claims to have direct access to over 52 million years of information stored in the Akashic Records across numerous timelines, both current and collapsed, stretched out over almost uncountable alternate realities.

In this interview by Lance White, aka “The Zany Mystic”, which took place in Mount Shasta, CA (USA) in the first half of 2014, Andrew bares it all and discusses 52 million years of galactic history in such detail that we can almost say for sure you will have never heard history recounted in such a way before.

The Rising Way will feature both Andrew Bartzis and Lance White on its future podcasts and other releases, so these 10 hours that go straight to the galactic core are surely not to be missed!


The Galactic Historian’s Website
Lance White’s Website (purchase transcripts)
The Galactic History Discussion Group (Facebook)


3 thoughts on “Galactic History — Series 1”

  1. There is soooo much information in this video series, it literally boggles the mind. Anyone watching this interested in our galactic origins and history and how they influence the current state of affairs of life on our blue planet will never again think they’ve got it all figured out. Just when things start to make some sense, there is more to hear and absorb. Utterly fascinating and perspective shifting!

  2. On my second pass listening to all 20 of these videos and am basically studying them. From my perspective, they’re a must-see—extremely valuable information. LOTS to talk about on our podcasts! It feels that there’s a special friendship between Andrew and Lance that creates a magical exchange. Highly recommended! Love

  3. This is indeed information that blows your mind and well worth watching more than once. 52 millions years is a lot to cover! Thank you Andrew and Lance for a brilliant interview. Truly fascinating and eye opening.

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