I live in Seattle, WA, and work in the tech/web industry as a digital marketer and web dev. I got into ancient mysteries via Graham Hancock back in the early 2000's, but I sort of drifted away from it for a while; I really don't know why. Recently my interest has been rekindled in a big way, partly from my interests in the related areas dealing with psychedelics. There is so much going on in this field right now and it's all very exciting. I'm also a semi-professional musician. I mostly play banjo in a bluegrass(ish) band, but I like to experiment with all sorts of musical genres from metal to electronic to folk.
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