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Special Guest Writer Jeff Fuchs, Canadian Explorer, Mountaineer & Writer trekking through the Himalayan Mountains

The weaving of the natural elements and carefully developed landscapes invite calm and peace into the visitor’s inner and outer worlds. 

The terracotta soldiers are life-sized pottery figures made 2,200 years ago as a military army sculpted to defend the First Emperor of China in his afterlife.

The blurring of the lines between art & in the realms science.

The Ancient methods of treating disease and the rise of energy healing/medicine ascending into the mainstream

The story of J. LYONS AND CO. & The First Business Computer

Back in the late Cretaceous the oceans sported a great many fantastic unfamiliar creatures. One was the already ancient fish, the Coelacanth...

The Upanishads, are ancient philosophical-religious texts that poignantly expressing the wisdom of Sages from ancient India over two thousand years ago. 

When we look at a work of art we see the human mind’s creative ability to absorb objective reality by subjective means. 
What is it about us that differentiates our creative abilities from that of all other forms of life?

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'Ferragosto' is a public holiday celebrated every August 15th in all of Italy. It originates from Feriae Augusti (Latin), the festival of emperor Augustus, who made the 1st of August a day of rest after the weeks of hard work in the agricultural sector during ancient times.

Islamic medieval  manuscript paintings are masterpieces of art that were produced from Persian, Ottoman, and Mughal traditions. Their influence and style spread to other cultures located in India, Turkey, and Italy.

Chinese Guanyin made of lapis lazuli - a product of cultural exchanges and intersections 

The Surrealist Art of Leonaro Carrington
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Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) was a British-born surrealist painter. She lived most of her adult life in Mexico City and was one of the last surviving participants in the Surrealist movement of the 1930s.

The Golden Age of Illustration (the 1880s to 1920s) was a period of unprecedented excellence in book and magazine illustration. We can see evidence of this from Hans Andersen's 'The Nightingale Stories' with illustrations by Edmund Dulac.

This early 12th century crusaders’ map of Jerusalem celebrates their conquests during the first crusade and represents the city as round and full of churches and other religious sites

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The story of a Chinoiserie masterpiece

One of the most recognized spiritual deities is Lord Ganesh, the remover of obstacles and paving a new path forward. In his visual representation, Vedic philosophy on the art of the human experience radiates through.

Today we may consider his work a literary milestone because it is the first example of a Historiography we have. However, as a purely scientific historiographic literary source, it does have some flaws.

Latimer with her Discovery (Wikimedia Co
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