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What The Architecture Tells Us


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An experiential journey to our Neolithic roots, as found in the Orkney Islands.

By Marianne Pollich.

With drawings by Elisabeth Holder.

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A different view of the megalith culture of the New Stone Age leads to the thinking and experiences of the Neolithic people, their world view and its changes. We are not so far away from this thinking as we might suppose, and its repercussions can still be felt today.

Marriane Pollich is a qualified psychologist who can look back at a long career as a psychotherapist and supervisor. She has always placed great importance on understanding and accompanying people according to their individual possibilities and without applying one method in preference to another. This was also prompted by her second great interest in anthropological findings about human development. Her particular concern here is with questions of social competence and the emergence of different forms of society and culture against the background of world views from which the religions later formed. The fundamental question of the emergence of our cultures led her to an extensive exploration of the Neolithic.

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