A majority of my studies have revolved around the search for ancient star temples and superhuman races. Mythology leads to many clues of exposing cosmic races: Archeoastronomy, anthropology, and ethnobotanical practices do so. I have found that white-collar curriculums will tend to bend specific rules to keep particular information out of the ordinary realms of study. This state of white-collar amnesia dulls the creative process of discovering the mysteries of Earth. A balanced survey of multifaceted curriculums can elevate our thought to the planetary and cosmic consciousness of creation. With a stable approach to knowledge, we can effectively educate creative problem-solving through archetypal pathways. All through history, specifically before the times of Jesus Christ, is where we can venture into the ancient world of cosmology and plant medicines used to commune with the planets and stars as well as the Earth we walked. Greek Mythology and its origins are what attracted me to the islands of Corfu. Later on down the road, I would find out that Mythology's roots originated in the lands of present-day Romania. Specifically by civilizations such as the Thracians. Please read the Dacian/Thracian sections of this website to learn more.Let us venture back into Corfu.The main attraction to my research of star temples were their connections to the Pleiades. One of the stars in this constellation is named Asteria; she was the Titan goddess of falling stars. One myth tells of the titan Asteria who fell from the sky and became an island.The island of Corfu formed from a falling sky.