The study of the ancient astronomical knowlege of tribal, aboriginal, or extinct cultures.

Native American Moons   Names in the lunar calendar.

Native American Starlore   Legends from the Americas.

Native American Sky   Names for things in the sky.

Medicine Wheels   Ancient artifacts on the Great Plains.

Neakita   An American story by Brad Snowder.

Greek Mythology   Western culture and tales of the sky.

Stonehenge   The quintessential stone monument.

Cosmic Quotations   A multi-cultural collection.

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