Reading Time: 4 minutes The bullroarer, turndun, or rhombus is an archaic instrument used for thousands of years into the past. It seems the whole world utilized this instrument at some point, and it may be one of the oldest in our history. These … Continued
Reading Time: 6 minutes By James Kennedy Published Aquarius Atlanta Magazine, August 1994- republished with permission from Don Martin (Editor) 2018 At first, the visitor may get the impression they’ve fallen through a time-warp. And in a way, they may be right. The rural … Continued
Reading Time: 9 minutes Throughout history, many ancient musical instruments were more than just a means of producing pleasing sounds for someone to hear. They often had a deeper cultural or spiritual significance that was expressed through their construction, materials and uses. Flutes of various kinds have been in use around the world for at least 50,000 years.
Reading Time: 3 minutes During the last few hundred years the loss of the sacred perspective has been more pronounced. Things have fallen into mundane perspectives, people have forgotten the old path of recognizing power. What has attributed to this, we won’t discuss in … Continued
Reading Time: 2 minutes Archaic Roots now offers AirBNB rooms for workshop/retreat guests, or anyone wanting to experience staying in a Monolithic dome home! The last few weeks have been a eye opening experience. After months of preparation for the eclipse event over the … Continued