The Hopi are an ancient people with a mysterious past. Said to have descended from the spiritual masters known as the Anasazi, they are a proud people who carry on with a reverence for the ways of centuries past.
This week the Seven Ages Audio Journal looks at one of the most tumultuous periods of climate change in the ancient world, known as the Younger Dryas.
On this edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, we remember the life and work of American physicist and seeker of the unusual William R. Corliss.
On this edition of the podcast, we discuss the mound building cultures of Wisconsin, and how nature, myth, and symbolism are represented in these impressive ancient structures.
On this edition of the podcast, the Seven Ages team talks with Chris Fischer of OCEARCH, an organization that provides research on great white sharks and other large apex predators.
Widely known as ‘America’s Spirit,’ whiskey has long been an important component of American culture and history.
Fate and destiny are concepts that were integral to Norse mythology and influenced a number of beliefs that governed the ancient Nordic way of life.
On this edition of the program, we discuss recent discoveries that are changing what archaeologists think about the Maya and the reach of their civilization.
Recently, the Seven Ages team made an appearance at the Greenville, NC Artifact Show, where some of the southeast’s finest collectors and academics were present.
J.M. Adovasio is the author of books that include “Strangers in a New Land: What Archaeology Reveals About the First Americans,” documenting 35 Clovis and Folsom sites, including Meadowcroft Rockshelter.