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Totems: Pacific Northwest Aboriginal Culture

TotemsArticle and research by Thomas Baurley, Technogypsie Research, August 7, 2017 One of the phenomenal ominous presences in the Pacific Northwest, as well as superNATURAL British Columbia, is the plethera of artistic totems created by the past and present Pacific … Continue reading

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Tobar Ghobnatan (St. Gobnait’s House, Church, Cemetery, Statue, & Well)

Tobar Ghobnatan * Ballyvourney (a.k.a. Baile Bhuirne), County Cork, Ireland * Named after the Matron Saint of Ballyvourney and sacred Bee-Keeping mistress, Saint Ghobnatan, this site is a holy pilgrimage location and monastic settlement known as “Tobar Ghobnatan”. This is … Continue reading

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The earth mother of all neolithic discoveries – Europe – World – The Independent

Suggested Topics Biology French archaeologists have discovered an extremely rare example of a neolithic “earth mother” figurine on the banks of the river Somme. The 6,000-year-old statuette is 8in high, with imposing buttocks and hips but stubby arms and a … Continue reading

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Dublin’s Famine Memorial

    Famine Memorial Dublin, Ireland Because the Famine was so devestating to Ireland and Europe, numerous Memorials, such as this one, were constructed in memory of the events that took place to remind the future of what can happen … Continue reading

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Worms Dom (Cathedral) – Worms, Germany

replica monument of the Worms Dom Worms Dom (Cathedral) The Worms Dom, or “Wormser Dom” is also known as the “Cathedral of St Peter”. This is the principal church and chief building of the city of Worms, Germany. It represents … Continue reading

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The Key and Dragon (Worms, Germany)

The Sacred Key of Worms Worms comes from “Lindwurn” or “Dragon slain by Siegfried under the linden tree.””Yet more I know of Seigfried that well your your ear may hold. Beneath the lindeu tree he slew the dragon bold; Then … Continue reading

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Roman-German Museum, Cologne, Germany

ROMAN-GERMANIC MUSEUM www.museenkoeln.de – 0221 22124438 – 32 Bewertungen * Cologne, Germany In the heart of the city center right to the side of the Cologne Cathedral, lies Cologne’s German/Roman Museum. The Roman-Germanic Museum (RGM, in German: Römisch-Germanisches Museum) is … Continue reading

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The Roman Amphitheatre at Xanten (Germany)

The Amphitheatre LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum * Trajanstraße 4, 46509 Xanten, Germany * Phone: +49 (0) 28 01 / 712 – 0 * apx@lvr.de * http://www.apx.de/english/archaeologicalpark/rec_buildings/amphitheatre.htm The Amphitheatre During the Roman occupation, their engineers built a new type of … Continue reading

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Xanten Archaeological Park (Germany)

Xanten Archaeological Park LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten * Trajanstraße 4, 46509 Xanten, Germany * Phone: +49 (0) 28 01 / 712 – 0 * apx@lvr.de * http://www.apx.de/ * Adults: EUR 5.00 * Children (over the age of six): EUR 2.50 * … Continue reading

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Cooking Pot burial at Xanten, Germany

Buried in a Cooking Pot The Germans had no special ceramic objects for their graves; they used cooking and dining dishes, as well as storage vessels .

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