Few of the great fears held by humankind in our path to modernity would rival that of our long dread for the darkness. Fortunately, with the daily cycle of the Earth’s rotation, we are only bathed in that blackness for a few hours at a time. Hence, over the long course of its evolution, humanity has worked mostly by the waking hours, having learned to hide ourselves away as the light recedes, and take our rest during the hours where dangers of the dark become most prevalent. Read more
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Humanity's Dark Fascination with the Hollow Earth
Mcah Hanks examines humanity's dark fascination with the Hollow Earth legend.