I am an over curious girl that loves learning about our ancient past. Figuring out things that more conservative students are afraid to question or ask or seek. I believe that we in fact know very little about our ancient past and that when "experts" say this is fact or this is the way it was they are infact quiting and shutting the door on learning and exploring.
I love talking about different theories and ideas about where our past can take us and what we have forgotten from our past. I believe that we have so much to learn and our first mistake is to think that we are better in any way to the peoples of the past especially the ancient past.
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