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Egypt and early photographers…

SphinxEarly photographers were obsessed with archaeology.  We owe them such a debt of gratitude for documenting those sites before vandals and tourism took their tolls.  http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/jul/15/sacred-mystery-the-photographers-obsessed-with-the-crumbling-sphinx?CMP=share_btn_tw

PEOPLE OF THE WOLF e-book on sale for $2.99!

For those of you wanting to fill out your e-libraries, our great publisher just put PEOPLE OF THE WOLF on sale for $2.99!People of the Wolf


WWII ship. Why did it sink?

This is a fun video about the clues we get from filming underwater archaeological and historical sites!


Mother Nature waits for nobody

Mother Nature is reclaiming this Chinese Fishing Village… It will be an archaeological site in the near future.




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.  


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