By David Conrad
—Martin Puchner, Byron and Anita Wien Professor of Drama and of English and Comparative Literature, Harvard University
By David Conrad
By David E. Harkins
By Miranda Green
By Sarah J. Lauro
By Bill Ellis
By Ardy Sixkiller Clarke
“From the start, American Indians have advised tales approximately their ancestors who got here from the celebs. there's now a starting to be recognition that these historic big name civilizations haven't forgotten this global. throughout the diligent paintings of the writer, Dr. Clarke, and her countless numbers of interviews with Indian humans in the course of the Americas, we will all study of outstanding, present-day shut encounters with big name People.”
—Richard O’Connor, MD, govt director, The Jesse A. Marcel Library
“Commendations are as a result of Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke. She stocks her detailed realizing of yank Indian cultures and traditions. And now, as a story-teller, she honors hundreds of thousands of individuals and their households through gathering and reporting their extraterrestrial encounters. The alien ship community—and all of humanity—is blessed by way of her historical past, education attempt to mix technology and Spirit.”
—R. Leo Sprinkle, PhD, professor emeritus, college of Wyoming
“It is clean to work out a good attempt to faucet alien ship experiences from an older society no longer approximately so encouraged by means of video clips, television, hoaxers, and so on. as ours. it's not that i am stunned that Ardy, with significant attempt, used to be capable of dig out reviews from Mayans. i am hoping she is going to proceed her paintings and proportion it with these people desirous about such matters.”
—Stanton T. Friedman, MSc., writer of Flying Saucers and Science
“Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke has for greater than two decades performed an incredible quantity of box paintings and has conscientiously and with non secular sensitivity accrued those tales from the unique witnesses. This publication is a powerful documentation of the scope and intensity of the alien craft enigma.”
—Hakan Blomqvist, Cofounder and Chairman, information for flying saucers learn (AFU), Sweden
Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, writer of Encounters With superstar People, vowed as to stick to within the footsteps of 2 19th-century explorers, John L. Stephens and Frederick Catherwood, who introduced the traditional Maya towns to the world’s consciousness. Dr. Clarke set out on a seven-year event (from 2003 via 2010) via Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico, accumulating tales of encounters, sky gods, giants, little humans, and extraterrestrial beings one of the indigenous humans. She drove greater than 12,000 miles, vacationing 89 archaeological websites (Stephens and Catherwood visited basically forty four) and undertaking approximately a hundred person interviews.
The result's a captivating sequence of targeted, unique, actual tales of encounters with area tourists, giants, little humans, and UFOs. Sky humans may actually swap how you understand and event the world.
By David Higdon,Brett J. Talley
By Skye Alexander
Around the nook, in the back of the trees, and simply out of sight...fairies have spent thousands of years weaving their approach out and in of our houses and gardens to unfold their magic. that includes folklore, mythology, and poetry from around the globe, this stunning assortment unearths those airy spirits' impressive powers and the heritage in the back of their lifestyles. From the case of the Cottingley fairies within the early 20th century, whose pictures fooled millions (including Arthur Conan Doyle), to the mischievous fairies present in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, the interesting tales surrounding those magical sprites are absolute to captivate someone who has ever dreamed of catching one hiding deep inside her flowerbed. even if you are attracted to exploring the heritage and tradition or simply are looking to examine extra approximately fairies' powers and trickery, you will love plunging into the captivating stories that deliver those whimsical creatures to life.
Complete with countless numbers of gorgeous illustrations, Fairies unearths the terrific fantastic thing about those enthralling sprites in addition to their knack for inflicting mischief.
By Edward F. Edinger
By Jon D. Lee
Folklore reviews brings vital and necessary views to figuring out cultural responses to the outbreak of ailment. via this etiological examine Lee exhibits the similarities among the narratives of the SARS outbreak and the narratives of different modern sickness outbreaks like AIDS and the H1N1 virus. His research means that those ailment narratives don't spring up with new outbreaks or ailments yet are in non-stop movement and are recycled opportunistically. Lee additionally explores even if this predictability of vernacular illness narratives offers the chance to create counter-narratives published systematically from the govt or clinical technological know-how to stymie the unwanted effects of the apprehensive rumors that so usually inflame humanity.
With power for sensible software to public future health and overall healthiness coverage, An Epidemic of Rumors should be of curiosity to scholars and students of well-being, medication, and folklore.