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Magical Egypt

By Vanese McNeill

By popular demand: the underground classic documentary series Magical Egypt is returning after 15 years for new episodes. Iconic host John Anthony West and the original writers are back, now joined by a new generation of researchers, scientists, and thinkers, representing what some consider a “New Counterculture,” and a new way of thinking about our past, present, and future. .

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Relaxation as a Goal

By Robert J. Resetar

When it’s time to kick back and relax…. turn off the TV and try one of these outstanding new musical releases that are off the beaten path.   Atlantis—A Symphonic Journey by David Arkenstone Narada Prolific new age composer, David Arkenstone’s latest is an upbeat, orchestral journey to the lost continent, much like a film score. The small orchestra is augmented by a colorful assortment of ethnic instruments, guitars, and synthesizers, topped off with background vocals by the legendary Miriam Stockley. I’m impressed with both…

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Atlantis Stars Rising

By Robert J. Resetar

The Sci-Fi Channel’s new hit television spin-off based on the extremely popular Stargate SG-1 series has hit the ground running. If you haven’t seen it, the story takes a team of Earth’s ‘best & brightest’ through the ‘stargate’ (a device created by an ancient race for instantaneous interstellar travel) to a far-off galaxy where they discover the lost city of Atlantis. Atlantis is actually a huge, self-contained, undersea city that appears to be abandoned except for plenty of high-tech gear including a collection of spacecraft…

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