Titanic and the Paranormal
It’s a sad and historic anniversary, yesterday was the the 15th of April, the 100th anniversary of sinking of the Titanic. Amid the 3-D showings of the movie and the wild commercialism that seems endless, I wondered what else might be lurk
Last weekend I took a trip to St. Augustine, Florida. It took about three hours to get there from the West Coast. We visited some of the more historic monuments during the day, including one of the oldest Forts built by the Spanish after Ponce de Leon discovered the Florida "Paradise" and
By Roger Marsh,
Rick Fisher just opened his "mysteries museum" in eastern Pennsylvania
Credits: National Museum of Mysteries and Research Center
The doors are open. Pennsylvania is now home to the National Museum of Mysteries and Research Center - a Rick Fisher inve
How to live in a Sacred Economy, in all aspects of your life, during this time of global transformation.
Host: Charles Eisenstein
6 Sessions, starting November 30
The wildfire spread of protests inspired by Occupy Wall Street suggests that we're at a crucial turning point: more and more peopl
First president also grew hemp at Mount Vernon
George Washington was in the news recently. No, he's not back to lead our country militarily, politically and morally, though we could use him now.
It was the official dedication of an accurate replica of Washington's whiskey di
Have you ever felt the sorrow and pain of losing your beloved dog? Perhaps you were traveling and somehow your dog wandered off while you were distracted. Or it found a hole in the fence in your backyard. Or, horrors of horror, your dear friend and companion was stolen from your
by Terrence Aym
Many Native American tribes from the Northeast and Southwest still relate the legends of the red-haired giants and how their ancestors fought terrible, protracted wars against the giants when they first encountered them in North America almost 15,000 years ago.