Of all the mammals currently living on this planet, the human race comes in a variety of diverse forms: a myriad of differing faces, skin colors, body shapes, eye colors, hair colors, heights and weight variations, but all undeniably "human."

All of these identifying features have, until very recently, been a product of evolution and the kaleidoscope of genetic diversity.
Historically, many varieties of hominid have existed, being defined by their most predominant capabilities and gradually evolving into more capable and advanced species: Homo habilis who had basic abilities; Homo erectus who could walk upright and homo sapiens who could think.
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Football season has started, there’s a fat hummingbird on the feeder, and I am content, but it’s not just sports and bird life that are making me happy. It’s also because things are going surprisingly well. I mean, I haven’t died yet, and I consider that VERY surprisingly well! Another thing that hasn’t died is my interest in the world, and the little miracles that form the texture of my life still seem to happen almost every day.
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Was there ever a science of the soul, and even a craft or art of purifying the soul and making it ready for its post-life journey? Greg Little believes that this is exactly what he’s found in his decoding of the soul knowledge of the Mound Builders. Listen as he explains his findings to us, and points us on a stunning new path of the soul.
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Greg Little has unlocked an ancient secret of immense power: the journey of souls as it was understood by the enigmatic Mound Builder people whose civilization predates that of the people we know today as Native Americans. Greg’s work appears on APMagazine.info. Listen as Greg describes the journey of the soul after death as they understood it–a journey, like that described by so many other ancient peoples, westward and into the stars. But they weren’t supposed to understand what stars were. And why did they imagine we have a soul? Provocative, enlightening and wonderful interview!read more