Monthly Archives: January 2012

Japan: Diaspora Underway

According to Yomiuri Shinbun (Jaunary 5, 2012), the Japanese government/industrial complex has plans underway to build new “Small Japan” in the southern Indian township of Chennai that will house 50,000 residents. This new city will include “Japanese-quality” infrastructure, seaside resort, … Continue reading

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You Become What You Resist…

Variations on this theme frequently appear in individual and social trauma work and in ordinary daily life, as well. While these phrases differ, their message is quite similar: What you resist, persists, You become what you hate, Extremes tend to … Continue reading

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Mayan Mystery Solved?

One of the ongoing questions in Pre-Colombian studies is what happened to the Ancient Classic Maya after a sudden collapse of their civilization which had reached its height between 300 and 900 A.D.? While indigenous Maya still reside in various … Continue reading

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