Cameron, ever since he was just a toddler, talks about another family he used to live with, called the Robertsons. Cameron knows the names of his previous family, where they lived, and can even describe the house and the landscape of his previous home on the island of Barra, some 200 miles away. But Cameron has never been there. Doctor Jim Tucker, of the University of Virginia, and Cameron’s mother travel to Barra with Cameron to find the house, exactly as Cameron described. This six-year-old boy is called Cameron Macaulay. He is not much different from other boys of his […]
Akrit Jaswal, just twelve years old, is studying at the University of India to be a doctor. He travels to Britain to be studied by scientists at the Imperial College. The story goes back to 19th of November, 2000 in a rural village near the foothills of Himalayas, India, when the surgery of an 8 year old girl with burnt and fused fingers was successfully performed by a 7 year old Akrit Jaswal. Akrit Pran Jaswal is the full name of this wonder kid who was born on April 23, 1993 in Nurpur, Himachal Pradesh. The family of the burnt […]
Strange stone tunnels and chambers, perhaps prehistoric, have been found in Leyden, Wendell, Pelham, Montague, New Salem, Whitingham, VT and throughout New England. Who built these structures and when? Why? Ashfield stonemason Jim Vieira has been exploring local stone chambers for years as a member of the Northeast Antiquities Research Association, which has studied these structures for 60 years. He describes the stone ceremonial landscape of New England, carbon-dating evidence and historical texts. His slides document local sites and others in New England, and he discusses what they represent and who may have built them – giants.
In this episode one of the elders that preserve aboriginal culture will show the most important elements of a culture that struggles not to disappear. Know his rituals in which he contacts the parallel world in which the gods, spirits and men live together. We will see the role exerted by the didgeridoo, a musical instrument employed in these rituals. We’ll see how it is manufactured by the musicians themselves, who will address the complex technique used to make it sound. The cave paintings of Ubi Rock opened the door showing the spirituality of these villages that are sacred totems […]
At the time of the following documentary, published in 2013, there are only about 400 Adaman people living. The collection of their DNA is seen as vital and may shed some light on the origins of our common ancestors.
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