Do Megalithic Structures Indicate A Long Lost Civilization?
Consider the thought that what we call civilization did not really rise in Mesopotamia or Sumner or Egypt or for that matter anywhere in the Middle East. What if what we call “the beginning” is really a re-beginning, a rebirth of a culture that spans back to a time where we have lost site it.
All around the world, we find enigmatic megalithic structures and archeological wonders that stand in the way of a uniform understanding of who we are as a people. Sifting through the historical and archaeological evidence, today’s guest Jim Willis, will probe the myths, stories, history, and facts of ancient civilizations, lost technologies, megalithic structures and bygone religions to tease out the truth of our distant past and modern existence. He will take and in-depth look at the facts, fictions, and controversies of our ancestors, origins, who we are as a people—and who might have come before us.
Are these ancient megalithic structures an indication of this lost civilization?
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About Jim Willis
Jim Willis is the author of nine books on religion and spirituality, he has been an ordained minister for over forty years while working part-time as a woodworker and handyman, the host of his own drive-time radio show, an arts council director and adjunct college professor in the fields of World Religions and Instrumental Music.
After graduating from the Eastman School of Music, Jim Willis became a high school band and orchestra teacher during the week, a symphony trombonist on the weekends, a jazz musician at night and a choral conductor on Sunday mornings.
The author of nine books on religion and spirituality, he has been an ordained minister for over forty years while working part-time as a woodworker and handyman, the host of his own drive-time radio show, an arts council director and adjunct college professor in the fields of World Religions and Instrumental Music.
His teaching career produced both the comprehensive one-volume encyclopedia of religion, The Religion Book: Places, Prophets, Saints and Seers, and Armageddon Now: The End of the World A to Z, written with his wife, Barbara. Concern for spiritual growth in contemporary society prompted his book Faith, Trust & Belief: A Trilogy of the Spirit, while his love for long-distance bicycling led him to make several cross-country bike trips and inspired both his first book, Journey Home: The Inner Life of a Long Distance Bicycle Rider and its sequel, Snapshots and Visions: A View from the Now. Savannah: A Bicycle Journey Through Time and Space continued that tradition.
Upon retirement he moved to the woods, determined to confront the essential spirituality that has inspired humankind since the very beginnings of time. The result of this quest is chronicled in his books, The Dragon Awakes: Rediscovering Earth Energy in the Age Of Science, and Ancient Gods: Lost Histories, Hidden Truths and the Conspiracy of Silence.