Stepping Out Of Eden Questions Why Do Humans Act Human

Stepping Out Of Eden

We often wonder, what makes humans innately human? Is it our biological differences, our lack of body hair, the size of our brains, opposable thumbs or our ability to walk upright? What was the catalyst that spurred the transition from tree-dweller to an upright, tool-making being able to travel to the moon? Stepping Out Of Eden, offers a new theory that will leave readers questioning and contemplating the implications long after they’ve turned the last page. Read more

Göbekli Tepe: The Burying Of An Ancient Megalithic Site

Gobekli Tepe - Ancient Megalithic Site

Located at the highest point of the Germus range in the southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey is the mysterious site of Göbekli Tepe. Why did our ancestors inter this ancient massive architectural wonder?
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Proof Of A 1,7500,000 Year Ancient Engineering Construction In India | Rama’s Bridge

Rama's Bridge / Rama Setu

Rama’s Bridge:Has An Ancient Engineering Feat Been Discovered In India? Historians, archeologists and researchers into our distant past insist that civilized life began on the Earth about 5,000 years ago.  They point to the fact that there is no hard evidence to support the existence of a preexisting culture prior… Read more

Do You Believe In God But Not Ghosts

gods - ghost - ghosts

Ghosts, Gods & MythAn Exploration Into Noncoporeal Beings What do ghosts and the gods of myth have in common?  Both ghosts and the gods are believed to be the byproduct of someone’s vivid imagination.  The belief in the gods, as described in myth, as living breathing personages who interacted with us… Read more

Reincarnation: Have We Been Here Before?

Reincarnation: Life After Death

Is There Life After Death?Reincarnation:  Fact Or Fantasy In recent years, the search for what happens after death has been revitalized.   Reincarnation is the belief that after death our soul leaves the body and in time will come back to Earth embodied in the body of new born baby, human… Read more