I’m really excited that over 250,000 people from 179 countries have had an opportunity to visit my Sacred Knowledge Database site!

It was intended to be a place where I could just empty my mind of many revelations I had been holding and sharing tentatively over the years.  What it became was a database of introductions to all sorts of areas of study and exploration…a series of proverbial rabbit-holes that can might lead a random visitor to a greater discovery about themselves or our world.

It’s mostly unfinished, and has been for years.  After the initial uploads, I added a few sections, more free music, videos, and tons of new workshops (of course), but the overall content hasn’t really changed that much.  For that, I apologize to avid readers who explored my work, wanting more, but were unable to come to any of my workshops due to time or distance.

Well, I’m hoping to make it up to you.  I’m in the process of gathering the rest of the info I normally reserve for workshops, and am going to be dedicating a lot of time this fall to crystallizing it into forms that can be shared easily and effectively online and offline.  Thank you for your patience!

For those of you who like stats, here’s a few about AdamApollo.info:

  • 39.42% of viewers explore for more than 3 minutes!

  • This site has been viewed and translated into 132 languages!

  • 46.64% of visitors are referred from other sites!

  • 91.33% of the Countries in the World have visited!

The only countries that haven’t visited my site (as far as Google can tell me) are Mali, Niger, Chad, Somalia, Turkmenistan, Zambia, Papua New Guinea, Tajikistan, North Korea, Burkina Faso, Western Sahara,Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sierra Leone, Liberia, the Central African Republic and Republic of the Congo…  Hmm, and it looks like the Svalbard province of Norway is off the map too.  Well, I hope that either the internet technology of these mostly central African countries gets better, their governments allow open Internet (North Korea), or that I can improve my accessibility enough to allow anyone, anywhere in the world to explore!  Ah yes, a challenge!

Thanks again to all my visitors throughout the world.  I look forward to serving you better.


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