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The Templar Engravings at Domme

After a long night enjoying amazing French wine and a bizarre argument over whether Pamela Anderson or Dolly Parton best…

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Tolstoy and the Paranormal

“At a round table under a lamp the countess and Alexei Alexandrovich sat talking about something in low voices. A…

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Countries: Discovered & Otherwise

Mind-expanding explorations into exotic locales are frequent fare in these pages, and this group of videos carry on the tradition…

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Viking Runes: More Ancient than Imagined

The well-known “runes” used by medieval Scandinavians made up a syllabary known as Futhark from its first seven letters. It…

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Ice Puzzles

This is being written in the summer blast furnace of Southern California’s San Fernando Valley, but it’s winter in Antarctica…

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Ancient Metals

Our current civilization would not exist if four principle inventions had not occurred: agriculture, the wheel, writing and metallurgy. In…

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An Angry Planet?

Could the people of planet Earth have recently become the guests who overstayed their welcome? Over-population, pollution of the air,…

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Jupiter in Scorpio: October 2005 – November 2006

“Nature has given us two ears, two eyes, and but one tongue— to the end that we should hear and…

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Bacon, Shakespeare & the Spear of Athena

William Shakespeare, we are told, was born of illiterate parents, schooled only in grade school, and apprenticed as a butcher’s…

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Who Were the Earliest Americans?

In Atlantis In America: Navigators of the Ancient World Ivar Zapp and I proposed that when the identities of the…

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