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Dan Shaw, Vortex Detective
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Climbing a fence
Judie
is a young mother with a four year old, Larry, who is a handful, and
an infant, Danny, still in diapers crawling around like crazy, and a
husband, Leonard, who is quite exacting, so she is cooking a full
meal as she does every night, meaning meat, usu...

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Dan Shaw, Vortex Detective. Fun Science!
Dan Shaw's TV and film appearances include Brad Meltzer's Decoded: Devil's Triangle, Alaska on the History Channel, and the documentary Ancient Tomorrow. Dan also consults for TV shows, including NBC's The Blacklist. Some people spend their life in search o...

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The Earth Spirit: Its Ways, Shrines and Mysteries
by John Michell "The fertility rites that invoked the generative spirit and kept up the numbers of th epeople were also, by the magical principle of correspondences, effective in bringing about the reproduction of animals and plants so in Australia every sp...

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Numbers of the Gods: Unlocking the Secret Science of the Druids
by Sylvain Tristan "...the Druids knew the Earth was a sphere and ... they knew about its dimension. Does the length of the Gallic league give any clue that this hypothesis has some validity? The leuga gallica or Gallic league of 2,222.5 m is usually though...

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A Key to Stonehenge: A Holistic Look at the Relationships Between Stonehenge and the Sun, Moon and Earth
by Robin Heath "Re-adoption of the 364 day calendar would allow the numbers which infuse the present calendar to integrate harmoniously -- the seven day week; four week month; four seasons each of 91 days; thirteen weeks to the season and 52 week year. Thes...

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Confessions of a Radical Traditionalist
by John Michell "A Musical Enchantment If you are not properly educated it is difficult to develop interests and enjoy life. So it is a shame that many children leave school with no interest in anything they were made to learn. If only they could be introdu...

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Prehistoric Astronomy and Ritual
by Aubrey Burl "Alexander Thom and Somerville before him, noticed that two passage tombs at Balnuaran of Clava near Inverness faced the midwinter sunset. Since then it has been found that other Clava tombs were planned to look towards the southern moon. A p...

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Ancient Mysteries, Modern Visions: The Magnetic Life of Agriculture
by Philip S. Callahan "The round towers of Ireland are placed on the gorund to match the night sky constellations. Of the four obvious alignments, Draco is the most perfect." [p.9] https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0911311084/vortexmapscom-20

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Fairy Paths & Spirit Roads: Exploring Otherworldly Routes in the Old and New Worlds
by Paul Devereux "The horizontal lines [on the bullroarer depicted] represent the course of part of the Mamandabari men's dreaming track (north is to the left) and the concentric circles represent the scared sites or "big places" along that segment of the d...

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Ley Lines: The Greatest Landscape Mystery
by Danny Sullivan "The fairy paths or passes are invisible,routes used by the fairies or the 'little people' on their seasonal journeys between their dwelling places. Fairy dwelling places include small hills and hillocks, often the sites of raths , circula...
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