Is Korea looking after its cultural heritage?
As has been the case in many countries, Korea’s cultural heritage has faced numerous threats in both ancient and modern times. Japanese colonization and invasions by other foreign powers saw thousands of artifacts taken from the country, many of which have never been returned. It is estimated that 74,434 artifacts remain overseas, 46 percent of which are in JapanETs on Earth are watching usETs on Earth are watching us
There are extraterrestrials living among us and some have been here a lot longer than we have. They are watching us. And the fact that the technology explosion dates from the Roswell incident is no coincidence.
These are among the hot topics that will be discussed at the first UFO Conference in Johannesburg next month.
"In a hut, in a forest, in the mountains of Colombia, I am puking into a bucket. I close my eyes and every time my body convulses I see ripples in a lattice of multi-coloured hexagons that flows out to the edges of the universe." Vaughan Bell's description seems to be typical of the ayahuasca experience – at once unpleasant, frightening and enlightening.Navajo Nation Fights Urban Outfitters Over 'Disrespectful' Clothing Line
Urban Outfitters' line of Navajo-branded clothing and accessories has set off a firestorm online and within the Navajo Nation government, with allegations of trademark violations and criticism of the products -- particularly underwear and a liquor flask -- that many tribal members consider disrespectful.
Bart Cartwright can’t give a definite answer as to who discovered the Americas. But one thing he’s sure of: It wasn’t Christopher Columbus.
The 53-year-old Lenape Indian insists “we were here first,” meaning natives already populated the Americas — North, Central and South — before Columbus arrived in 1492.