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Concrete poured at Gobekli Tepe!

By Bea Pimentel 11 months ago 5254 Views No comments

According to Archeology News Network careless work around the world’s oldest temple area reports the site is being irreparably damaged by concrete and heavy equipment. Photos and videos showing the construction stirred anger after being shared them on social media.

Celtic Secrets for St. Patrick's Day

By Bea Pimentel 11 months ago 1102 Views No comments

The Feast of Saint Patrick, held on March 17th each year, not only commemorates the saint and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland but also celebrates the heritage and culture of the country. But what traditions did Christianity replace in Ireland?

Empowering and Understanding Children

By Bea Pimentel 1 years ago 5196 Views No comments

Like many parents, and on more than one occasion, I have turned to the internet for answers about child raising. Strategies vary depending on the issue at hand, but the prescriptions are pretty standard -- they aim to stop the problem and identify the right tool to manage the negative behavior while reinforcing the positive. But the internet can't provide the same in-depth info as a book.

Join us in welcoming Findhorn Press to the Inner Traditions family!

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 8422 Views No comments

Inner Traditions * Bear & Company is proud to welcome Findhorn Press to its family of visionary publishing -- and this new venture comes with a cosmic connection!

US Military Releases Data on UFOs

By Bea Pimentel 1 years ago 2252 Views No comments

As noted in a recent interview on NPR and in articles in The New York Times and Politico, information collected confidentially from pilots and other members of the Department of Defense about unidentified flying object (UFO) sightings has now been released to the public.

Giving back by helping children and the planet

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 1493 Views 1 comment

As a publishing company, we use a lot of paper. But we are always seeking ways to offset this usage -- we recycle all of our office papers and most of our books are printed on sustainably sourced paper from responsibly managed forests (FSC-certified). We give back to our community and the planet in other ways too, most notably through our ongoing reforestation project in Costa Rica.

Ancient Ruins Discovered in Saudi Arabia Thanks to Google Earth

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 85514 Views No comments

For decades, archaeologists have used airplanes and aerial imagery to discover artifacts and ruins not visible from the ground. But this only worked where they were permitted to fly. Now, as reported by the New York Times, Coast to Coast AM, and many other sources, nearly 400 ancient stone "gates" have been discovered across Saudi Arabia -- all thanks to Google Earth.

Neanderthals and Ancient Herbal Medicine

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 2146 Views No comments

Every herbalist, whether amateur or professional, knows the relationship between plants and people is ancient, perhaps as old as humanity itself. And now scientists have confirmed that Neanderthals had an excellent understanding of medicinal plants and even the natural antibiotic properties of penicillin mold!

Remembering Timothy Wyllie

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 50495 Views 33 comments

It is with sadness that we report the passing of author Timothy Wyllie on Wednesday, October 4th. Timothy was a great soul, forever changed by his near-death experience in 1973.

5.7 million-year-old footprints challenge the "Out of Africa" theory

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 1432 Views No comments

As noted in Nature, a set of human-like footprints were discovered on the Greek island of Crete and dated to 5.7 millions years ago, when early human ancestors were theoretically living only in Africa. Where did they come from?