Camp Verde AZ (January 3, 2018) – A special program entitled “Integrative Archaeology & Hidden Histories: Peru and Tiahuanaco in Bolivia” will be presented at the Camp Verde Community Library, in the Terra Cotta Room, 130 Black Bridge Road, Camp Verde, on Saturday, January 13, from 2 to 3 pm. Luminous Antonio, founder and C.E.O of the Integrative Archaeology Foundation, will explore new ways to discover hidden stories, customs, origins and deeper meanings beyond the material evidence of ancient civilizations and cultures. The talk is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted.
Discover and enjoy the mysteries and wonders of some of the most beautiful and breathtaking archaeological sites in the world – including Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, Quillarumiyoq, Tipon, Qoricancha, Saqaywaman, Qenqo and Tiahuanaco and Puma Punku in Bolivia. A visual journey through Peru and Tiahuanaco in Bolivia highlights mammoth megalithic stones, temples, altars and ceremonial sites—the remaining representatives of ancient and prehistoric civilizations. How old are these sites and what can we learn from them and the Andean people who still reside in the area? From the Sacred Valley of the Incas to the Altiplano in Bolivia the beauty and of the earth and stones, sites and people will stimulate your senses and inform your life and future.
“If you have ever been even a casual visitor to an archaeological site, power place or sacred site and found yourself with feelings, questions or insights that traditional archaeology could not answer, this program will provide guidance and encouragement for deeper exploration,” Luminous states. “I want to help you pursue an exploration of the wisdom, healing and hidden histories waiting to be revealed when we connect with ancient places, by opening, utilizing and trusting our senses and innate ability to connect with the past. Bring your friends, your questions and open your heart to the to the wonders of the Andes.”
Luminous Antonio is an accomplished author, painter, world traveler, transformational travel facilitator and real estate broker. While these pursuits may appear unrelated, they all have a uniting thread running through them—the treasure hunt. Luminous has researched, visited, explored, painted and written about hundreds of archaeological sites, ancient, sacred and ceremonial over the last forty years. The Integrative Archaeology Foundation’s mission is to continue research, produce educational materials and events and assist with the preservation of indigenous cultures. Please call (928) 592-3000 for more information.