INTRODUCTION: Culture Through History

 


WEBSITE GOAL
The intention of this website is to spark a viewer’s desire to learn More. That is, to learn more about the seven topics (projects) covered here. Towards this end, culture is presented historically with a spiritual foundation.

To be specific, the seven website topics are listed directly below. Then to go into detail, I’ve included a Chakra correlation diagram to correlate my projects with their spiritual context.


 

MY SEVEN PROJECTS AND THE SEVEN CHAKRAS SYSTEM

website-topics


 

INTRODUCTION

I am a cultural historian with a spiritual bent. The reason a Chakra correlation diagram is included is to show that the topics covered here coincidently flow like energy up and through the seven chakras. This establishes the fact that my topics that are cultural and historical in nature are supported by spiritual principles.

THEME
Essentially, cultural history examines records and narratives from the past to current matter. It does this by encompassing the continuum of events (occurring in succession and leading from the past to the present and even into the future) pertaining to a culture. (paraphrased from en.wikipedia.org) Stick around. This will make more sense as one visits the pages and posts that follow.

 

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My Directory of Resources with topics that have been my life long pursuits and passions

CONTENT
Much of my information is based on the study of my lifelong passions.

Coincidently, many of my studies led to my professions. One topic has been the foundation of my personal life for 50 years, the study of consciousness through meditation.

In fact, consciousness is the foundation and the pinnacle of all the other topics explored in this website.

 
 


 

INTRODUCTORY CONCLUSION

Website Layout

Details about these seven topics are on the next page entitled Topics.
Blog posts follow that.
Then the links to my my Facebook pages as well as retail and professional resource links follow that.


A brief video introducing myself when I was a marketing consultant, in essence years before I became a cultural historian.