Tag Archives: Matriarchal culture

Realism

It is often overlooked now, but one of the many crazy things that George Lucas insisted on in Star Wars was that his sets have a dirty, lived-in feel to them.  He didn’t think that space would be any more … Continue reading

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Historical Movie Ideas

My rant on King Arthur got me to thinking about what other periods, people, or events might be fun to explore in movies.  Let me know what you think: -Aetius:  Born into the Germanic tribes he rose to the highest … Continue reading

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Xiaverse Wiki

As you may or may not know I have been writing some short stories placed in the Arthurian period and at the end of the ice age.  I’ve recently published a novel on Amazon kindle as well.  In tandem with … Continue reading

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Age of Obsidian

In 10,027 B.C.E, or years Before the Common Era, a boy named Kediak was born to a family who lived in a permanent village near Lake Van.  The area was at the doorstep of a dormant volcano and his family … Continue reading

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Influences:  Marijas Gimbutas

Marija Gimbutas was the first recognized scholar to look at pre-agrarian societies as anything other than precursors for the civilizations that developed around 3100 B.C.E. In short, she was the first person to see that early semi-sedentary cultures were simply … Continue reading

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