A majority of my studies have been in the search for ancient temples, superhuman and multidimensional races. Mythology leads to many clues of exposing our Ancient Origins; branches of these mythological studies vary from Archeoastronomy, Anthropology, Esoteric and ethnobotanical, to name a few. I have found that white-collar curriculums will bend specific rules to keep certain information out of the ordinary realms of study; this state of amnesia dulls the creative process of discovering the mysteries of Earth. A balanced survey of multifaceted curriculums can elevate our thoughts into interdimensional consciousness and true History. With a stable approach to knowledge, we can effectively educate creative problem-solving pathways. 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 that were called Thracian-Geto-Dacian. The main attraction to my research of star temples was their connections to the Pleiades or Zamolxis, the oldest name for this constellation dimension. One of the energies from this constellation is Asteria; she was the Titan goddess of falling stars. One myth speaks of the titan Asteria falling from the sky and becoming an island now called Corfu.