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Date:6/13/2010

at give them unprecedented relevance in the modern world. “There is evidence of something extraordinary in these monuments.” Present research is being focused on the study of sound behavior in the ancient stone sites, and its possible impact on brain activity and social conditioning. See article

As resources, support and collaborations develop, the foundation plans to initiate a mobile exhibition for educational outreach that will make experiential information about the Malta Temple Culture available free of charge at schools and libraries.

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