By: Charles Ray
Shamanism, a system of beliefs or practices that emphasize communication between the physical and spiritual worlds, predates the other organized religions on the planet. A tribal system that persists today in cultures without a tradition of literature, shamanism emphasizes that there are links between the...
What 'survival of the fittest' means
By: Pocholo Nebres
Survival of the Fittest Only the strongest survive. This is what usually comes to your head once you hear the term “survival of the fittest.” The term was intended to be used as a synonym for “natural selection” or the process in...
What is shamanism?
By: Eagle That Flys And Sees Private
Shamanism is an ancient ability. It is not a religion but has been perceived as one by those who mistakenly confuse it with Wicca, Witchdoctors or Wizards. The difference between Shamanism and the aforementioned is that Shamans do not worship the spirits. They commune with...
Cryptozoology as a Real Science Nessis Big Footbat Boy Chupacabra Monsters among us
By: Christyl Rivers
Given that there are billions of creatures on earth, and many are still unclassified, one would have to say cryptozoology is still a valid science. The difficulty comes when people are distracted by the weird, wonderful, and highly unlikely existence of Big Foot, Nessie the...
By: Samantha Burns
Citizen science is a growing trend in the United States, and generally refers to research partnerships between scientists and volunteers, expanding opportunities for scientific data collection. By recruiting the public, citizen science projects allow scientists to collect data more feasibly than would otherwise be possible...
Biography: Crazy Horse
By: Robert Hoglund
Crazy Horse was a fearless leader of the Oglala Lakota tribe. He was a renowned warrior and fierce fighter for most of his life, resisting the US government’s encroachment upon the Lakota’s lands. Crazy Horse is well known for leading a party at...
By: Chris Wiegard
Crazy Horse was the adult name of a charismatic Sioux warrior who is still remembered with reverence by the Sioux nation. Born around the year 1840, and dying in the year 1877, Cray Horse participated in many of the major battles between the Sioux and...
The Neolithic Period: An overview
By: Nancy Seddens
The term Neolithic is used to designate the period where farming took hold and replaced the former hunter gatherer culture. Different geographic areas entered their Neolithic period at different times. Farming brought not only increased nutritional security but also enabled and promoted weaving and pottery...
Views on the theories of evolution
By: Christyl Rivers
There are many views on evolution. Most are well worth the total value of those trace bits of matter: water and other molecules, and minerals, that they add up to in their host organism, which is to say, not all that much. This is not...
Theories on the disappearance of the Nazca civilization
By: Neal Lloyd
The Disappearance of the Nazca Civilization. The Nazca civilization disappeared over 1500 years ago and with no written history by the civilization or any written content made by them the question remains “Where did they go, what happened to them?” We can only...

 

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