image: CPAK 2016, Rancho Mirage, California.
A big thank-you to everyone who joined me in any way in 2016, whether by reading this blog or by listening to an interview on a podcast or even by attending the Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge in southern California from September 30th through October 2nd. Thank you for choosing to take some of your time to engage with some of the areas that I've been exploring -- I'm grateful for your "voyaging along" with me on this journey we are all taking as we cross the stormy sea of this life!
Thank you also to everyone who has bought books, or requested that their local library or school library put one or more of them on the shelves -- I hope that they have been worth while and made a positive contribution in some way to your thinking or your life. This year saw the publication of Star Myths of the World and how to interpret them, Volumes Two (Greek Myths) and Three (Star Myths of the Bible).
And of course a special thank-you must go out to everyone who has sent along encouragement, support, comments and suggestions, whether in person (at the conference, at the beach, or wherever) or through the electromagnetic spectrum, through various web forums and platforms. I very much appreciate your feedback and look forward to continuing to engage in conversations about the important subjects of ancient wisdom, and our modern situation!
Big appreciation as well to Graham Hancock and team for inviting me back to the "Author of the Month" forum for the month of March, 2016, and to Walter Cruttenden and the organizers of the Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge for having me attend as a speaker at this year's CPAK, which was a truly unique and mind-expanding weekend in the desert and a real highlight of the year (here's a brief write-up that I published afterwards). I made some wonderful new friends each time.
Welcome to the New Year and to everyone visiting for the first time in 2017, as well as to returning friends! I'm grateful to be on this journey with you and look forward to exploring more of the mysteries of the stars and the ancient wisdom left to humanity this year with you, and am happy that we're "crossing paths" on the way!
On a small planet, orbiting a special star, in one of the arms of this majestic galaxy, the inhabitants are observing the completion of another circle. Image: Wikimedia commons (link).
Happy New Year!
Below are some links to podcasts from 2016:
- Lost Origins -- recorded April 23, 2016.
- Where Did the Road Go? -- recorded July 16, 2016.
- Earth Ancients -- recorded August 13, 2016.
- The Higherside Chats -- recorded October 18, 2016.
- The Deekast -- recorded October 29, 2016.
- Where Did the Road Go? (second time) -- recorded November 19, 2016.
- Alchemy -- recorded November 22, 2016.
Stay tuned for more conversations in 2017! World Peace _/\_