Jonathan Zap will talk about the life and work of his friend, Mayan scholar John Major Jenkins, on Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory, late Mon. night to Tue morning (see article for times and ways to listen).
Facing a life-threatening health crisis, John Major Jenkins reflects on his life, most important discoveries about the Maya, the misrepresentation of his work, and the and the continuing relevance of Maya spiritual teachings.
The ketamine experiences were like visits to a Cosmic Disneyland; I never knew what might come, what the “ride” would be about. And the experiences covered a wide range from the most sublime and astonishing to the completely banal and trivial.
One of the things my readers ask me most often, in response to the ongoing decline and impending fall of modern industrial civilization, is what I suggest people ought to do about it all. It’s a valid question, and it deserves a serious answer.
Earth is a blue jewel in our solar system—the water-rich planet. Will we use our emerging crises to employ harmonious technologies to restore watersheds, cleanse rivers and oceans, and ultimately create a higher civilization?