Anthropology

Back in the 1990’s a “New” Australian member realised that she didn’t know much about Australian history, actually she always said that until she came here by accident that she didn’t realise Australia had a history!

That led to her research becoming an on-going ‘class’ the members of which knew their history. The result of that participation led to the first anthropology course.

We are all interested in the past, and different civilizations, and we decide amongst ourselves what we would like to learn about next, then access courses from around the world, usually from Universities.

So far amongst many we have learnt about, are the Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, Venetians, Egyptians, Aztecs, Celts, Portuguese explorers, Romans, Renaissance Italy, Victorian England, South America & Egypt.
As you can see we are interested in just about everything.

May, 2021

U3A Anthropology Group
Nostradamus Effect
For thousands of years cultures around the globe have generated dark prophecies warning of doomsday scenarios that will bring the world to cataclysmic end. HISTORY reveals the most of these chilling prophecies in an attempt to find correlations between today’s unfolding events and the predictions that may have foreshadowed them. A broad range of experts deconstruct the prophecies of Nostradamus, as well as those contained in the Bible, within mythology, in hieroglyphs and across other ancient texts, identifying remarkable correlations between today’s unfolding events and prophecies of the past.
Scientific evidence supporting the possible association between these prophecies and corresponding future scenarios will be uncovered, as the connection between the prophecy in question and prophecies from other cultures are explored. What’s behind these mysteriously similar end of day scenarios?
This will be the next subject on the 6th May – 9.00 – 11.00 am at 60 Wellington Street, Mackay.

If you would like to join this group, please contact Hector Keioskie 49514145

COVID Social distancing and sanitizing must be adhered to. If you are unwell, please stay home.

Come and join us on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month for an interesting morning, please phone Hector Keioskie 49514145

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