Crop Circles, Jung, and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine by Gary S. Bobroff

Crop circles continue to confound both researchers and detractors alike. From the early years when they appeared in the fields of Southern England as simple circles through to the massively complex and staggering works of art that now manifest on a regular basis all over the world, every summer, these marvels of the landscape defy to conform to most rationalContinue Reading

The Gods' Machine by Wun Chok Bong

Throughout the World, our natural landscape is littered with extraordinary Neolithic remains. From cairns to stone circles, burial mounds to earthworks, our planet was evidently home to many ancient cultures who, not only venerated life and the Earth, they also possessed advanced mathematical and astronomical knowledge. Over the past few decades, there has been a great deal of research intoContinue Reading