“All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. From the ashes a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall spring; Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless, Read More

“Only after the last tree has been cut down Only after the last river has been poisoned Only after the last fish has been caught Then will you find that money cannot be eaten.” –Native American Prophecy      Where did it all go wrong? Throughout history there has always been an ongoing trend of, Read More

We go in search of the ancients of Northern California known as the Wa-gas, a race of mystical beings that once largely inhabited the Americas. There are many variations of this myth, but none are so extensively described than by the Yurok, who maintained a deep connection with them. In the legend, they said, Read More

The End of the Trail: A Socio-anthropological Perspective     “A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members” ~Mahatma Gandhi   Introduction Over recent years very little has been published in regards to Native American populations living on the reservation systems. To this day most reservations are still without running, Read More

    Last night at Yerba Buena High School in San Jose, California. Went out for an interesting Pow Wow run by the American Indian Alliance. It was good to see my good old friend and medicine man, Ron Pinkman, give the opening speech along with sacred song. I usually tend to photograph and, Read More

Yesterday I had the awesome opportunity of photographing a good friend of mine.  She is a Coastanoan Ohlone and Chumash California Native, artist and indigenous activist Kanyon Sayers-Roods (Hahashkani, Coyote Woman). Her and her family live in Indian Canyon, southwest of Hollister, and is the only federally recognized indian territory/country along western California from Santa, Read More

  Within the last few years an array of new research and data has begun to completely revolutionized the anthropological study of human migration into the Americas. My book, The Ancients: Investigations into the Lost Civilizations of Lemuria and Atlantis, after only a few short years after its publication, has already reached a point, Read More

  Disclaimer: This research paper was originally presented to the San Jose State University Anthropology Department, in 2007. In retrospect, a few of my views on the various subjects/sources mentioned have changed since writing this. I do realize a lot is considered borderline pseudoscience and does make a few small connections which may or may not necessarily be there. The, Read More

Stories of mysterious little people exist virtually in every culture around the world. Some anthropologists believe that myths and legends regarding mysterious beings, such as trolls and gnomes, could date back to a time when there once existed various species of Homo. Homo floresiensis, for example, was found off an island in Indonesia whose remains showed an average height of only 3 and, Read More

“When the heavy rain fall, they always say that it will not continue to rain very long, for the next time all the world will pass away in flames…Over their ashes God will create another people, where they will build their stately mansions of the soul unto God. Over the ashes of the obliterated, Read More