JULY 9th ~ 17th, 2011
T w o Extraordinary Trip In One!
9 days - 8 nights
$2,350 per person
Single add $150
price based on a minimum of 10 passengers
Fewer than 10 pax add 10% to trip cost
Does not include international Flights
Visitors from around the country and the world arrived into Arizona's beautiful and mysterious "Red Rock country" for the Sedona International Film Festival and Workshop.
The festival begun Feb. 28, 2007, and ran through March 4. About 6,000 people attended.
“While it is conceivable that 2012 may see some sudden quantum shift in human consciousness or an alien landing on the White House lawn, it is also possible that we have a much longer struggle ahead of us. In that case, the end of the Long Count may still be significant as the hinge of
First president also grew hemp at Mount Vernon
George Washington was in the news recently. No, he's not back to lead our country militarily, politically and morally, though we could use him now.
It was the official dedication of an accurate replica of Washington's whiskey di
Although Arizona has been in the news for the recent actions by the state legislature and governor, the state also is known for its other alien visitors – and these are not from Mexico.
Arizona is home to an interesting array of locations and incidents associated with leading-edge scien
This trip with John and Llyn was life changing. From the powerful and haunting fire ceremony accompanied by flutes and thousands of glistening stars in the jungles of Tikal to the serenity of Lake Atitlan surrounded by beautiful volcanoes—the energy of this amazing journey
Carlos Barrios, Mayan elder and Ajq'ij (is a ceremonial priest and spiritual guide) of the Eagle Clan. Carlos initiated an investigation into the different Mayan calendars circulating. Carlos along with his brother Gerardo studied with many teachers and interviewed nearly 600 traditional Maya
Some people come to Egypt to see elegant buildings, ornate columns and towering pyramids. Others come for a deeper purpose: to experience their resonance.
You see, to the ancient temple-builders, these structures were much more than beautifully appointed stonework: they were a series of harm
By Juan Carlos Mallory
The tabloid couldn't have had a more suggestive cover illustration: the parchment-skinned head of a South American mummy, millennia-old mouth gaping wide in mockery of a smile, vacant eye sockets staring out of the page. The title caption stated something about
1. Our amazing Peruvian shamanic archeo-astronomer Mallku will lead an amazing tour to Machu Picchu and Lake Titikaka, June 17 to 30, 2011, for the June Solstice. We took a group on this tour with Mallku and Alanna in 2008. This was one of the most incredible, inspirational, spiritual experiences
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Sacred Odyssey into the Heart of Ancient Greece
The Myths, Heroes, Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece
June 12 - 22, 2012
Island of the Gods
A Crete Encounter
June 20 - 25, 2012
Join Phil Cousineau for an unforgettable sacred odyssey into the heart of ancient Greece. Journey
It was a clear, cold night in California's Mojave Desert, and I had never been closer to the stars. Nowhere else on Planet Earth do the stars shine and twinkle so brightly. The sky stretched overhead like a mystical black blanket with shining crystals everywhere.
Sixteen thousand gold bars lit the dank cavern beneath Victorio Peak. As far as Doc Noss knew, this epitome of all mother lodes was his and Ova's, alone. And the gold was just the beginning. If you included the jewel-inlaid antiquities, priceless weaponry and religious artifacts, Doc estimate
New Book, Secrets Of Death Valley: Mysteries And Haunts Of The Mojave Desert offers the roadway adventurer a whole new world to explore.
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The Mojave Desert region of California is a magnet for the strange. In such an inhospitable location, at least for humankind, there neverthele
By Scott Corrales - INEXPLICATA
UFO Digest Latin America Correspondent
At eight o’clock in the evening on August 22, 1978, a trio of wild boar hunters in the vicinity of Argentina’s Coronel Dorrego had settled down around the fire to enjoy a meal of roasted beef. Heavy footfalls