For more than 25 years, Patricia Cori has studied the spiritual paths of indigenous cultures, from the jungle pyramids of the ancient Mayans to the desert tombs of the Pharaohs.

Driven to experience the mysteries of ancient cultures, Cori has participated in death defying ceremonies from the heights of the Andes to the depths of Mayan and Egyptian tombs. Through these endeavors she has come to be recognized as a gifted shaman by indigenous teachers of the Tibetan, Mayan and Peruvian traditions.

William Henry talks about stargates and how to use them all the time. But what happens when you actually follow his instructions? Well, today he talks to someone who has done just that, Chad Stuemke. He has mapped the stargates in various cities, with amazing results that are seen in his new DVD.

There is a cosmic theme emerging all around us. Don’t sit passive, not now. You CAN get involved, just like Chad has.

Chad’s website is ChadStuemke.com.

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Erik Davis is an author, award-winning journalist, independent scholar, and lecturer based in San Francisco. He is noted for his visionary eyes as he peers into weirdness and wonder of the dawning of our post-millennial era. In addition to Techgnosis, he is the author of The Visionary State: A Journey through California’s Spiritual Landscape, with photographs by Michael Rauner. California is famous for its diversity, its eccentricity, and its prophetic influence on popular culture. Since the 19th century, the Golden State has also been one of America’s most fertile climates for spiritual and religious movements. Beautifully weaving together text and image, The Visionary State is the first book to address the full story of “California consciousness.”