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The Temple in Washington

The United States Capitol, rising atop Capitol Hill in the monument city of Washington, D.C., may well be the most…

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The Genius of the Ancients

Ancient technology and ancient wisdom. Are they the same thing? A couple of new DVDs offer different takes on the…

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What Do Animals Know?

A few weeks before the Kentucky Derby some 25 years ago, the trainer for one of the leading contenders was…

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Ancient Wings Over the Nile

In 1891 the burial remains of a Ptolemaic minor official named Padi-Imen (Amun) was unearthed at Saqqara, Egypt. Though the…

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The Return of the Djedi

The Jedi Knights of Star Wars were not simply the figment of George Lucas’s most fertile and provocative imagina­tion. Those…

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Tales of Atlantis

Edgar Cayce, the 20th Century “Sleeping Prophet,” often spoke of many lost worlds in his celebrated altered states of consciousness.…

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11/23

Pick any number between 1 and 10, and you’re likely to choose 7. Seven is often seen as a very…

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The Age of a Sage

A recent talk show on a major network said that some scientists studying longevity believe humans can, through medical science,…

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Jupiter Visits Aquarius January 2009—January 2010

“There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.”—Victor Hugo Aquarius, the Water Bearer, is the eleventh…

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Crystal Saturn?

The mystery of Saturn’s bizarre hexagonal shape embedded in its violent north polar cyclone just became more intri­guing. NASA’s Cassini…

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