is the longest running journal to cover the "earth mysteries'' complex of study areas (it invented the term over 20 years ago!). This includes 'ley lines', earth tie geophysical) energies (studied from both a primary sensing - experiential - point of view and that of physical monitoring), folklore, traditional lifeways, archaeology, all aspects of geomancy or sacred geography, shamanism and other aspects of archaic consciousness, unexplained natural phenomena, and so on. The Journal seeks to help in the detection of patterns within ancient knowledge that might have some application to modern ways of thought and worldview. Its scope embraces what is now coming to be called 'ecopsychology' and many aspects of cultural anthropology, ethnobotany, and other disciplines, but it does so with a minimum of technical language and is designed to be accessible to the interested reader from any background. TLH deliberately occupies the ground between academic and popular journals.
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