Category Archives: Archaeology of the Southwest

Volunteer: Underwater Archaeology in Florida. Part Two

Answering My Questions? The ancient inhabitants of Florida were just like us.  They enjoyed being near the water, feeling ocean breezes, and in certain centuries, the warm climate.  Discovering their lives is like discovering our own past.  In cultures that … Continue reading

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Folding Space in the Land of the Pueblos

Memories and the Worm Hole Back in Time. In the 1970’s I spent several weeks out West attempting to discover every Anasazi (The term is no longer used.) settlement I could find that was listed on a Native American map … Continue reading

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