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Download Ü Underground 102 Aris descends with an Aboriginal family into a 35000 year old mine in the Australian outback and glimpses a sacred sculpture molded by Paleolithic artists in the depths of a cave in the PyreneesEach adventure is woven with findings in mythology and anthropology natural history and neuroscience literature and philosophy In elegant and graceful prose Hunt cures us of our “surface chauvinism” opening our eyes to the planet’s hidden dimension He reveals how the subterranean landscape gave shape to our most basic beliefs and guided how we think about ourselves as humans At bottom Underground is a meditation on the allure of darkness the power of mystery and our eternal desire to connect with what we cannot seePRAISE FOR UNDERGROUND“A mesmerizingly fascinating tale I could not stop reading this beautifully written book” Michael Finkel author of The Stranger in the Woods“Few books have blown my mind so totally and so often In Will Hunt’s nimble hands excursion becomes inversion and the darkness turns luminous There are echoes of Sebald Calvino and Herzog in his elegant and enigmatic voice but also real warmth and humor An intrepid but far from fearless jou. Imagine yourself on an afternoon hike stooping to push aside branches blocking a walk that meandered off the beaten path and upon removing the pile of debris feeling the breath of a world beneath you coming from a small obscure opening in the ground It takes a certain type of person to venture into this openingInteresting and well researched philosophical than I expected Author Will Hunt I discovered is eual parts thrill seeker philosopher and academic The mythology and other pieces of history the author connects to the world wide sites he visits are worth thinking about The author goes deep both literally and figuratively and does a good job of accomplishing a well thought out and structured book about the subject of worlds civilizations creations megacosms REVS autobiography in the farthest folds of NY s subway Descending into underground of Paris Where I expected of a look into unknown subterranean discoveries through the eyes of a thrill seeking explorer I was educated rather than merely thrilled True it is thrilling to think of new discoveries beneath the feet we think are standing on terra firma I was impressed by the information Hunt covers and the many diverse locations he shares More importantly I was humbled by the reminder of the stewardship we have over our earth and that we seem to be drifting away from the sense of respect and appreciation for our planet that generations before us have had especially indigenous peoples The Panel of the Great Black Cow in the Cave at Lascaux Unicorn in the Hall of the Bulls As we move towards what we term scientific we forget other possibilities There are things in heaven and earth Horatio Than are dreamt of in your philosophy Aboriginal Rock Art Citing some mind bending theories Hunt discusses scientists that have supported the possibility of life beginning actually beneath the surface of what was a violently evolving planet The primordial incubation of life in the womb of Mother Earth aligns with the comparative mythology of several indigenous peoples Whether you are Team Core Accretion or Team Disk Instability the fact that these two theories of how our Earth formed are still duking it out adds to an interesting examination of how close what we think we know matches to how much we actually know and how close mythology walks in the shadow of science Animorphia An Extreme Colouring and Search Challenge cave in the PyreneesEach adventure is woven with findings in mythology and anthropology natural history and neuroscience literature and philosophy In elegant and graceful prose Hunt Borka The Adventures of a Goose with no Feathers cures us of our “surface Chinese Cinderella III chauvinism” opening our eyes to the planet’s hidden dimension He reveals how the subterranean landscape gave shape to our most basic beliefs and guided how we think about ourselves as humans At bottom Underground is a meditation on the allure of darkness the power of mystery and our eternal desire to Shadowed Stranger connect with what we From Sinner to Saint cannot seePRAISE FOR UNDERGROUND“A mesmerizingly fascinating tale I The Murders in the Rue Morgue could not stop reading this beautifully written book” Michael Finkel author of The Stranger in the Woods“Few books have blown my mind so totally and so often In Will Hunt’s nimble hands excursion becomes inversion and the darkness turns luminous There are echoes of Sebald Calvino and Herzog in his elegant and enigmatic voice but also real warmth and humor An intrepid but far from fearless jou. Imagine yourself on an afternoon hike stooping to push aside branches blocking a walk that meandered off the beaten path and upon removing the pile of debris feeling the breath of a world beneath you His Mistletoe Bride coming from a small obscure opening in the ground It takes a Octopussy and The Living Daylights certain type of person to venture into this openingInteresting and well researched philosophical than I expected Author Will Hunt I discovered is eual parts thrill seeker philosopher and academic The mythology and other pieces of history the author Octopussy and The Living Daylights connects to the world wide sites he visits are worth thinking about The author goes deep both literally and figuratively and does a good job of accomplishing a well thought out and structured book about the subject of worlds Octopussy civilizations Fifth Avenue Uptown Tale Blazers creations megacosms REVS autobiography in the farthest folds of NY s subway Descending into underground of Paris Where I expected of a look into unknown subterranean discoveries through the eyes of a thrill seeking explorer I was educated rather than merely thrilled True it is thrilling to think of new discoveries beneath the feet we think are standing on terra firma I was impressed by the information Hunt Power Engineering covers and the many diverse locations he shares More importantly I was humbled by the reminder of the stewardship we have over our earth and that we seem to be drifting away from the sense of respect and appreciation for our planet that generations before us have had especially indigenous peoples The Panel of the Great Black Cow in the Cave at Lascaux Unicorn in the Hall of the Bulls As we move towards what we term scientific we forget other possibilities There are things in heaven and earth Horatio Than are dreamt of in your philosophy Aboriginal Rock Art Citing some mind bending theories Hunt discusses scientists that have supported the possibility of life beginning actually beneath the surface of what was a violently evolving planet The primordial incubation of life in the womb of Mother Earth aligns with the The Outlander Series OutlanderDragonfly in AmberVoyagerDrums of AutumnThe Fiery CrossA Breath of Snow and AshesAn Echo in the Bone comparative mythology of several indigenous peoples Whether you are Team Core Accretion or Team Disk Instability the fact that these two theories of how our Earth formed are still duking it out adds to an interesting examination of how ФМ close what we think we know matches to how much we actually know and how 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando close mythology walks in the shadow of science

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Download Ü Underground 102 A panoramic investigation of the subterranean landscape from sacred caves and derelict subway stations to nuclear bunkers and ancient underground cities an exploration of the history science architecture and mythology of the worlds beneath our feetWhen Will Hunt was sixteen years old he discovered an abandoned tunnel that ran beneath his house in Providence Rhode Island His first tunnel trips inspired a lifelong fascination with exploring underground worlds from the derelict subway stations and sewers of New York City to sacred caves catacombs tombs bunkers and ancient underground cities in than twenty countries around the world Underground is both a personal exploration of Hunt’s obsession and a panoramic study of how we are all connected to the underground how caves and other dark hollows have frightened and enchanted us through the agesIn a narrative spanning continents and epochs Hunt follows a cast of subterraneaphiles who have dedicated themselves to investigating underground worlds He tracks the origins of life with a team of NASA microbiologists a mile beneath the Black Hills camps out for three days with urban explorers in the catacombs and sewers of P. Will Hunt spent time in the NY underground the subway tunnels Revs did as well Revs was a graffiti artist who spent many years using NY City as a canvas He became famous but not in a way that made him money Then Revs took a ladder paints and other tools of his trade into the subway tunnels at night when no one was watching He picked out the most obscure sections tose filled with darkness to begin writing his book With a paint roller and yellow or white paint he made large book pages his ladder came in handy Then he took a spray can of black paint and began writing his life down Will Hunt copied down his writings but hed found it dangerous to dodge the trains He met Revs once and he tried to ask him uestions about his art in those tunnels but Revs wasn t interested in talking You can find some of those pages online by typing Revs NY City Subway and DiaryWill Hunt had spent years checking out underground cities and caves It was uite a journey In Paris he found the underground city and ventured below It was what people called the catacombs only it really wasn t a burial place not the kind we think of He walked for miles and miles and found rooms upon rooms He learned that some of the people of Paris go into these catacombs to have parties to even watch movies Then there was a room where he found human remains bones Long ago there had been a plague There were so many deaths that they could not bury all the bodies so they threw the bodies down a hole above ground that landed the bodies in a room below down in the catacombs Life had lost its sacredness Then Will went to Australia to see a cave there one that the Aboriginal people were still able to protect It was an ochre mine The Aboriginals believe that they came up from these caves in the beginning of time Even some of the Native Americans have this belief There are actually creatures living in that darkness creatures with no eyes I ask How can a human who had evolved in the caves than likely with no eyes come out into the light and survive I have this vision of their sitting at the mouth of the cave in the sunlight feeling its warmth and the fresh air fearing to venture no further but after thousands upon thousands of years developing eye sight I especially like their belief that they went upon the earth along songlines paths singing songs bringing the nature into existence I think of the Creator as singing songs that brought the universe into existence My favorite chapters were those on the caves a topic that did not draw me to this book it was the underground cities that had caught my interest When Will writes you see it all you feel it all First there were the cave paintings which I had always found to be beautiful when seeing them in books or on the walls of a class room at college Then there were the two bison sculptures made of clay from the cave Whenever people came into the cave Tuc d Audoubert they felt a sense of worship A sacredness It was in these caves that the cave dwellers had their religious ceremonies They danced themselves into trances seen by the footprints that had remained in the cave all these years But what is being in a dark cave in total darkness can cause the mind to expand You get visions And so I end this review with a couple of my own storiesWhen I was growing up in Paso Robles CA there was the Cumming s Mansion Kids had stories about it It was now abandoned the man had and his wife was in a rest home Teenagers used to break into the house so Mary and I thought Let s try it We went to the back of the house during the day and began tearing boards off one of its windows We climbed in and looked around People had thrown things around It was a mess We went into the kitchen and I saw a door opened it and found it led down to the cellar I could see wine kegs but that was all We had not brought a flashlight so we didn t venture down the dark stairs If we had perhaps we would have found the tunnel but we had not heard of it or perhaps we would have both brought flashlightsYears later my mom sent me a newspaper article on the Cumming s Mansion because she had known of my interest in it I wish that I still had that article It said that Mr Cummings had dug a tunnel from the basement to the lot across the street as an escape route Who knows what he feared Anyway some high school kids had been in the tunnel and had started a fire by accident so they closed up the opening to the tunnel The house is no longer there and it certainly would have made a wonderful museumThen my husband told me a story of going to Chinatown in SF right after he first t of Nam He was with his high school friend Jesse Jesse s older brother Raymond had asked them to come with him for protection They packed guns To Raymond led them into a Chinese restaurant through the back room and then down stairs leading to an underground city There was a very long hallway that had rooms on each side and he could smell opium coming from the rooms Raymond then went into a room by himself while they stayed out in the hall Raymond later told him that there were prostitutes and opium dens down there and you could walk for a long time and come up in various parts of Chinatown But it was a dangerous place because you had to be either with a Chinese man or have some other business there My husband felt it unwise to return So I had hoped that Will Hunt had also heard of the underground city in Chinatown and had ventured there but he hadn t What other cities do we have in America or around the world that people don t know about I have heard of underground cities in the past so my interest in this book What I didn t expect was that this book was also about caves that the author had visited and this section of the book turned out to be much fascinating than the underground cities because early man not only painted the cave walls he also made animal sculptures from its clay and then held religious rituals in them What is interesting is that the author stated that when you are in total darkness your mind can expand and cause you to have visions Listening to his and other people s experiences while visiting these caves made them seen very sacred I also found it interesting that the Aborigines in Australia and some American Indianals believe that they originally came from the caves I doubt this because if you have evolved in darkness like the animals in the caves you wouldn t develop eye sight which I feel is needed in order to survive above ground but then again there could be an explanation that would prove me wrong The author first went to Paris underground city which I believe he said was 200 miles long He first had to find a guide to help him find a way to get in and when he did he walked much it There were rooms and rooms One room was full of human remains bones There had been a plague centuries ago so they dropped the bodies down a hole into this room and then covered it up Mext he mentioned how people sneak down to these catacombs and have parties in some of the rooms even showing movies I was fascinated by the subway system in NY City and how a man named Revs went into the underground where the subway trains run and there he painted pages of a book on the walls and wrote his autobiography on them I would love if the author of this book would publish them He could call it Revs Life and other Graffiti What Rev had done was paint the pages using white or yellow paint and then with black spray paint he wrote about his life After I wrote this I went online and found that someone had actually put his online You can read it here Graffiti can be interesting I had a boyfriend in Berkeley in the 70s who wrote for the Berkeley Barb an underground newspaper He asked me if I would go into the women s restrooms in town for him and write down the graffiti that I found interesting He wanted to write an article on graffiti for the Barb I remember one piece of graffiti in the Sproul Hall women s restroom on campus It was something about Nixon saying that he had a crooked dick And then I recall one in the Renaissance Cafe where one woman had written My mother made me a lesbian and another woman wrote under that If I give her a needle and thread will she make me one too Pricelessw Revs graffiti was also pricelessAnd then there were what they called The Mole People people who can t stop digging One man dug under his house for 40 years just making tunnels His back yard was piled high in soil from his diggings His neighbors must have loved him I have my own stories There was the Cumming s Mansion in my home town of Paso Robles CA When I was a teenager I had heard that it was empty and boarded up so my friend Mary and I broke into the house by tearing boards off one of it s windows We had not heard about the underground tunnel and since we had no flashlights we were afraid to go down into the basement but if we had maybe we would have found it Years later my mom sent me a newspaper article on the Cumming s Mansion because she had known of my interest in it I wish that I still had that article It said that Mr Cummings had dug a tunnel from the basement to the lot across the street as an escape route Who knows what he feared Anyway some high school kids had been in the tunnel and had started a fire by accident so they closed up the opening to the tunnel The house is no longer there and it certainly would have made a wonderful museumThen my husband told me a story of going to Chinatown in SF right after he got out of Nam He was with his high school friend Jesse Jesse s older brother Raymond had asked them to come with him in order to protect him He had business in Chinatown So they all packed guns and headed for Chinatown Raymondher led them into a Chinese restaurant then through the back room and down stairs leading to an underground city My husband said that there was a very long hallway that had rooms on each side and he could smell opium Raymond then went into a room by himself while they stayed out in the hall He learned from Raymond that there were prostitution and opium dens there and that you could walk for a long time and come up in various parts of Chinatown My husband only went twice with them and then he got married and went to college He has no idea what had happened to Jesse after that as they lost contact with each other which was really for the best S n in France they fell in awe I have heard of underground cities in the past so my interest in this book What I didn t expect was that this book was also about caves that the author had visited and this section of the book turned out to be much fascinating than the underground cities because early man not only painted the cave walls he also made animal sculptures from its clay and then held religious rituals in them What is interesting is that the author stated that when you are in total darkness your mind can expand and cause you to have visions Listening to his and other people s experiences while visiting these caves made them seen very sacred I also found it interesting that the Aborigines in Australia and some American Indianals believe that they originally came from the caves I doubt this because if you have evolved in darkness like the animals in the caves you wouldn t develop eye sight which I feel is needed in order to survive above ground but then again there could be an explanation that would prove me wrong The author first went to Paris underground city which I believe he said was 200 miles long He first had to find a guide to help him find a way to get in and when he did he walked much it There were rooms and rooms One room was full of human remains bones There had been a plague centuries ago so they dropped the bodies down a hole into this room and then covered it up Mext he mentioned how people sneak down to these catacombs and have parties in some of the rooms even showing movies I was fascinated by the subway system in NY City and how a man named Revs went into the underground where the subway trains run and there he painted pages of a book on the walls and wrote his autobiography on them I would love if the author of this book would publish them He could call it Revs Life and other Graffiti What Rev had done was paint the pages using white or yellow paint and then with black spray paint he wrote about his life The Spanish Bridegroom caves and derelict subway stations to nuclear bunkers and ancient underground Es war in Berlin cities an exploration of the history science architecture and mythology of the worlds beneath our feetWhen Will Hunt was sixteen years old he discovered an abandoned tunnel that ran beneath his house in Providence Rhode Island His first tunnel trips inspired a lifelong fascination with exploring underground worlds from the derelict subway stations and sewers of New York City to sacred Invaders of Earth caves A Man of the People catacombs tombs bunkers and ancient underground The Book of Seidr cities in than twenty Eine Handvoll Leben countries around the world Underground is both a personal exploration of Hunt’s obsession and a panoramic study of how we are all The Velveteen Rabbit connected to the underground how Kate Chopin Collection caves and other dark hollows have frightened and enchanted us through the agesIn a narrative spanning Shocking Representation Historical Trauma National Cinema And the Modern Horror Film continents and epochs Hunt follows a Moby Duck Lustiges Taschenbuch #467 cast of subterraneaphiles who have dedicated themselves to investigating underground worlds He tracks the origins of life with a team of NASA microbiologists a mile beneath the Black Hills Toy Story 4 Deluxe Step Into Reading #2 DisneyPixar Toy Story 4 camps out for three days with urban explorers in the Psychologische Betrachtungen catacombs and sewers of P. 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Imagination According to Humphrey According to Humphrey #11 ceremonies They danced themselves into trances seen by the footprints that had remained in the Cry to Heaven cave all these years But what is being in a dark Oh My Gods cave in total darkness Yes Master can Death Rides Alone Luke Jensen Bounty Hunter #5 cause the mind to expand You get visions And so I end this review with a Thread and Gone Mainely Needlepoint #3 couple of my own storiesWhen I was growing up in Paso Robles CA there was the Cumming s Mansion Kids had stories about it It was now abandoned the man had and his wife was in a rest home Teenagers used to break into the house so Mary and I thought Let s try it We went to the back of the house during the day and began tearing boards off one of its windows We Inland climbed in and looked around People had thrown things around It was a mess We went into the kitchen and I saw a door opened it and found it led down to the Just One Taste Pine Mountain #45 cellar I The Heart 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would have found it Years later my mom sent me a newspaper article on the Cumming s Mansion because she had known of my interest in it I wish that I still had that article It said that Mr Cummings had dug a tunnel from the basement to the lot across the street as an escape route Who knows what he feared Anyway some high school kids had been in the tunnel and had started a fire by accident so they Free Fruit for Young Widows closed up the opening to the tunnel The house is no longer there and it Cake Blood Nation #1 certainly would have made a wonderful museumThen my husband told me a story of going to Chinatown in SF right after he got out of Nam He was with his high school friend Jesse Jesse s older brother Raymond had asked them to Villette come with him in order to protect him He had business in Chinatown So they all packed guns and headed for Chinatown Raymondher led them into a Chinese restaurant then through the back room and down stairs leading to an underground Bhushan Banmali 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Download Ü Underground 102 Rney both theoretically and terrestrially” Robert Moor New York Times bestselling author of On Trails“Underground left me for days wanting to go there down down down into the moisture and the mystery It succeeds as reportage as memoir as historical survey and philosophical reflection Will Hunt is a generous and literate mole man beckoning us always to look lower” Ted Conover author of Newjack“An unusual and intriguing travel book into the world beneath the world we know a vivid illumination of the dark and an effective evocation of its profound mystery” Kirkus Reviews starred review“Underground is for anyone who’s ever peered into a crack in the earth and felt that peculiar blend of unease and curiosity Read this and you will never look at the ground beneath you in the same way again” Steve Rinella author of MeatEater and American Buffalo “Will Hunt explores the subterranean world in all of its historic and psychological grandeur This tour de force just might make you want to pull on a pair of rubber boots and strap on a headlamp to get a peek at the places we've forgotten” Scott Carney New York Times bestselling author of What Doesn’t Kill. Poppy Pym and the Smugglers Secret Poppy Pym #3 crack in the earth and felt that peculiar blend of unease and Retribution Knights of the Board Room #45 curiosity Read this and you will never look at the ground beneath you in the same way again” Steve Rinella author of MeatEater and American Buffalo “Will Hunt explores the subterranean world in all of its historic and psychological grandeur This tour de force just might make you want to pull on a pair of rubber boots and strap on a headlamp to get a peek at the places we've forgotten” Scott Carney New York Times bestselling author of What Doesn’t Kill.


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    EBOOK / PDF [Underground] This was a deeply profound book It was also a love letter from the author to tunnels and caves and all else that lurks under our feet The author is obsessed to put it mildly but thank goodness because it’s only through obsessed people that we learn things The author descends where few have or ever will to report back on what is down there What he finds is strange and beautiful and mysterious What he finds is our history and our religion W

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    EBOOK / PDF [Underground] One of the best works of non fiction I've read in a while Elegantly written meticulously researched Hunt went everywhere for this book So many discoveries to be made about the world's caves catacombs mines sewers and other holes in the ground And it's beautifully illustrated Recommend a hundred times over

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