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Cultural diversity and the One great life of all things

 

Many native peoples believe that there is only One Life.  They strive to find balance between light and dark, good and evil, male and female that the One Great of All might continue unbroken–as the Hopi would say.  Alan Watts’ take on Buddhism sounds so similar to native views in this video.  

https://youtu.be/fcPWU59Luoc

The pyramids and the sphinx are next on ISIS’ list…

sphinx

Cultural midnight can happen in the blink of an eye.  ISIS knows this. 

http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/islamic-state-threatens-pyramids-sphinx-as-it-begins-attack-on-egypt/story-fnjwl1aw-1227426430711

King Tut’s magnificent tomb artifacts at risk…

 King-Tut-800x430http://www.rawstory.com/2015/07/the-curse-of-tutankhamun-cash-crunch-looms-over-king-tuts-new-home-in-egypt/

Killing Memory is a specialty of ISIS…

PENTAX Image

https://aoav.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Karnak_Temple_Egypt.jpg

Almost 1,000 years ago a ship sank off the coast of Caesarea carrying a fortune in gold.

Israel Gold2,600 pure gold coins minted by the Fatimid Caliphs in Egypt around A.D. 1017.  

http://artdaily.com/news/79357/The-largest-gold-treasure-ever-found-in-Israel-displayed-to-the-public-for-the-first-time#.VYIxFmAbCt9

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