A simple fresh approach
​to a huge subject.


​​Now in production 

​PART ONE: Meet OmmiHafna!  Scratching the surface of a vast subject: a breech in the veil between times, a surprise and an invitation
PART TWO: Gobekli Tepe; the start of great buildings and farming and permanent settlement (around 12,000 years ago.) This visit is from a modern archaeologist who has discovered something momentous that is even older than OmmiHafna's time, and recalled by her people only in song and story. She relates their tale about it from the Saga of Remembering. Featured: a few words from archaeologist Dr. Klaus Schmidt.
PART THREE: The closing of the stone shrines at Gobekli Tepe; splitting of the tribes and the great migrations. OmmiHafna tells how the early farmers, as well as their settled lifestyle spread throughout Europe, Scandinavia and Britain in prehistory. An ancient hint is shared, of how Stonehenge and megalithic tombs and temple shrines came to be built in new places, including OmmiHafna's rocky island home.

Introducing a new video series that's out of this world.  Something has happened between the walls of time that lets modern people walk into 5,000 years ago. With mutual respect and an edge of weirdness, barriers of time and language are suspended as cultural traditions, philosophies and lifestyles from either side of "civilization" are explored in a prehistoric setting. 

Profoundly important things had to happen before writing was invented to lay it all out neatly in a straight line.  That is the line of history, beyond which we have been taught very little.  Understanding more about where we came from gives us perspective for making decisions and meeting the challenges of the modern world.  Presenting prehistory requires an approach to education that goes beyond dates and multiple choice questions.  Many aspects are as abstract as a Neolithic artifact. 

The OTS Foundation for Neolithic Studies is applying 30 years of working with educators, archaeologists, anthropologists, art historians, architects, engineers and more to create this series that fills a gap in our understanding of human development.  The format is quick, creative and entertaining.  An introductory overview is augmented by short illustrated stories and longer live-action interviews that present concepts that, in the absence of documentation, can only be presented this way. 

STONE AGE MAGAZINE 
is not your traditional documentary.  

It is revolutionary. 

FICTION - The Giant of Gozo

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PREVIEW - INTRODUCTION (draft) 

An ancient legend about the world's first freestanding monument.

With mutual respect and an edge of weirdness, barriers of time and language are suspended as cultural traditions and lifestyles from either side of "civilization" are explored in a prehistoric setting.