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PaganNewsBeagle Airy Monday Dec 29

For today's Airy Monday post, at the close of 2014 we look back -- but not just to the year gone past but to the days of our ancestors. Modern Cornish witchcraft traced back to Elizabethan times; a matriarchal temple; bringing Bronze age Cyprus to life; down the way from Stonehenge, Silbury Hill unveils its secrets; a historic and fascinating map of Inuit Arctic "highways."

This archaeology dig was supposed to be for Neolithic remains. The researchers were pretty surprised to find solid evidence of Cornish witchcraft stretching from the 1600's up to the 1970s.

This 6000 year old Ukrainian temple may been one of the oldest finds of a little-known matriarchal society.

Visiting this Bronze Age site in Cyprus will be much more intriguing now that a new smartphone app has been created to provide a "streetview" of the city as it appeared when it was inhabited 3000 years ago.

The Silbury Hill site was built about the same time (and just down the road) from its super-famous cousin Stonehenge. Archaeologists are slowly uncovering its secrets.

The first atlas of historic Inuit Arctic trails reveals an amazing indigenous civilization that considered the Arctic home -- and far from the "empty" wasteland it's often depicted as.

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