Agricultural Revolution

Horticulture Horticulture is fruit trees, olive orchards and growing of grapes for production of wine. […]


The birth of the alphabet has two key players: Canaanites and Phoenicians. Canaan is a […]

Artus Van Briggle

1869-03-21Born in Felicity, Ohio from Holland Dutch extraction. 1893His talents as a decorator at the […]

Axis Mundi

Ancient cultures emphasize the contrast between the center and the periphery. The center is a […]

Beaux Arts architecture

Beaux Arts was a grand and elaborate style of architecture taught at the Ecole de […]

Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Charlotte A. Perkins Stetson Gilman (July 3rd 1860 - August 17th 1935) was born in […]

Clemente Ciuli

Bonbonnière with Micromosaic Depicting Bacchus (1804). Mosaic by Clemente Ciuli; Gold Box by Adrien-Jean-Maximilien Vachette. […]

Cognitive Revolution

There are three complementary theories about what exactly happened in the Cognitive Revolution, 70,000 ya. […]

Ethnic Superiority Organizations

African Peoples Socialist Party (APSP, a.k.a. Uhurus) Official website of the APSP, a militant group […]


Verb Past TenseOccured in the past and usually formed by adding -d or -ed to […]

Green Insurgent Organizations

Animal Liberation Front Official website of the Animal Liberation Front, a radical animal rights group […]

Henry Hornbostel

Born in Brooklyn, New York and educated at Columbia University and the École des Beaux-Arts […]


Mircea Eliade’s The Sacred and the Profane defines a hierophany as an event in which […]

Imagined reality

Our modern world is founded on belief in things that exist only in our common […]

Imago Mundi

The imago mundi is another central tendency that Mircea Eliade presents as fundamental to religious […]

Lambert Sustris

Lambert Sustris, ~1552/3. Landscape with antique ruins and bathing women. Kunsthistorisches Museum. Image by L […]

Left-Wing and Ethnic Nationalist Insurgent Organizaitons

Arm the Spirit Archive of news and press releases from various left wing and ethnic […]

Lithic tools

Muller Mullers (handstones, manos, riders) are used for grinding materials such as wheat; its is […]


The mercantile system put the nation at the economic center. This economic theory dominated the […]


A petroglyph (Greek petros, a stone, and glyphe, carving) is an image that has been […]

Political complexity

Dr. Elman Service defined in 1962 the following levels of political complexity: Bandaka hunter-gatherers. TribeHypothetically, […]

Religious Canon

A canon defines for a religious community what is authoritative literature, the divine word. The […]

Sacred vs Non-sacred

In The Sacred and the Profane, Mircea Eliade defines the sacred as that which is […]

Secondary Products Revolution

Instead of just killing an animal you can harvest wool, harvest milk and more. Stage […]

Semitic languages

Semitic languages are broken into: East Semitic (Akkadian, Eblaite); West Semitic (Amorite, Aramaic, Canaanite, Ugaritic); […]


Classical sexism states that women are either virginal or villainous. Benevolent Benevolent sexism has three […]

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Tattooed, taxidermy pigs Toile de Jouy (l), Susan (r) Wim Delvoye Tattooed, taxidermy pig (Toile […]


The most significant piece of furniture to come from Spain is the vargueño (aka bargueño). […]

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