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    Name:  Bon Echo Provincial Park
    URL:    http://www.ontarioparks.com/bone.html
    Summary:  Bon Echo Provincial Park is on the southern edge of the Canadian Shield in Eastern Ontario. Its beautiful forests, lakes, and beaches combine with a rich cultural history, and one particularly outstanding geological feature -- Mazinaw Rock -- to make this park one of the most popular outdoor recreation areas in the province.
    Also available here at our web site is the Bon Echo Provincial Park Quicktime VR Tour!

Name:  Native American Petroglyphs, Pictographs, and Rock Art
URL:    http://net.indra.com/~dheyser/rockart.html#SiteMap
Summary:  This site has images, links and articles on rock art relevant for the region of the four-corner states: Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.
Name:  The paleolithic painted cave of Lascaux
URL:    http://www-sor.inria.fr/~pierre/lascaux/
Summary:  Lascaux may be the most beautiful paleolothic painted cave in the world. It contains more than 1500 pictures of animals, all of them are 17,000 years old.
Name:  Shamanism Working With Animal Spirits Core
URL:    http://www.geocities.com/~animalspirits/index1.html
Summary:  Shamanism, the world's oldest healing tradition, is found in all cultures on Earth. Shamans work with their allies -- the animal spirits. Learn the wisdom of over three hundred of these spiritual teachers.
Name:  The Chauvet Cave
URL:    http://www.culture.fr/culture/arcnat/chauvet/en/gvpda-d.htm
Summary:  On 17 January 1995, the Minister of Culture and Francophony, Jacques Toubon, announced the exceptional archaeological discovery of a decorated cave. It incorporates several very large galleries that accommodate more than 400 paintings and engravings dating to the Paleolithic era (between 32,000 and 30,000 years ago).
Name:  RockArtNet
URL:    http://www.rupestre.net/rockart/
Summary:  RockArtNet is a project to provide information about online Rock Art resources.
Name:  Runes, Alphabet of Mystery
URL:    http://members.aol.com/cbsunny/index.html
Summary:  Tons of information about ancient runes can be found on this site, including - Runes & Divination - Mythology, Poetry, Saga - Runes & Magic - Runestones & Their Makers - Learn More About Runes.
Name:  The Geo Group - Sacred Space & Stone Circles
URL:    http://www.geo.org/
Summary:  The Geo Group encourages and promotes the creation of sacred spaces and environmental art for the purposes of world peace and planetary healing. The many things on this site include - Earth energies, stone circles, leylines, sacred spaces, dowsing, geomancy, monuments, pyramids, mazes, labyrinths, Spirits, Goddesses, Devas, Angels, ghosts, Meditation, spiritualism, symbolism, archaeoastronomy and Lammas.
Name:  Power Points of the western US
URL:    http://www.mind.net/maps/htmla/mapusw.htm
Summary:  Nineteen significant mountains and bodies of water form a nearly perfect circle around the Grand Tetons. This site has many images and details of naturally occurring power points and amazing land formations in the western United States.
Name:  Ogham, Ancient Alphabet of the Celts
URL:    http://members.aol.com/plieadesqu/ogham.htm
Summary:  The Celtic alphabet known as Ogham (pronounced "Oh-yam") was invented, according to the medieval Irish Book of Ballymote, by Ogma Sun-Face, son of Breas. The earliest known form of Irish is preserved in Ogham (Old Irish spelling 'ogam') inscriptions which date mainly from the fourth and fifth centuries of our era. The linguistic information preserved in Ogham is sparse, as the inscriptions contain little more than personal names on boundary marking megaliths.
Name:  QuickTime VR Panoramic Views
URL:    http://www.stonepages.com/Scotland/Inglese/QTVR.html
Summary:  Have you ever dreamed of exploring some of the most remote and fascinating stone circles and other archaeologic sites? If so, select one of our movies, sit in the middle of an ancient circle and admire the 360 degrees views through the eyes of QuickTime VR technology. Now, you have a virtual world that you can control instead of simply observe.
Name:  Stone Pages - A guide to European megaliths
URL:    http://www.stonepages.com/HomEng.html
Summary:  Stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns, barrows and hill-forts. Welcome to the first and most comprehensive online guide to European megaliths and other ancient sites.