Maps

Custom-designed maps guide the reader of The Other Worlds to the most exotic places described. The first map is designed for the reader—and for all aboard Air Force One—over the exciting length of Cuba. Other maps highlight nearly indescribable destinations in Central America, South America and Asia.

A one-a-kind map of the world traces the footsteps of four lineages—out of Africa 60,000 years ago, right up to 2020 A.D. Descendants of two of the lineages ended up on Minnesota’s Mesabi Iron Range, while descendants of two others ended up in a Mayan city in Guatemala’s mountains, nestled against Lake Atitlan. The reader becomes familiar with these 2020 A.D. descendants, and the communities where they live and play.

A final one-of-a-kind world map traces the routes over the Seven Seas that notes in bottles traveled in the dreamy mind of the author. It is the Grain of Salt Map, which enhances the map on pages 250-51 of the book with ocean currents, such as the South Equatorial, Kuroshio and Western Australian.

Cuba

Cuba

A custom-designed map guides the reader of The Other Worlds — and all aboard Air Force One — over the exciting length of Cuba.

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Mexico

Mexico

Waterfalls, Indigenous Rituals, and an Abandoned City

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Guatemala & Belize

Guatemala & Belize

Searching for an island, sauna and ruins

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South America

South America

The Tip of South America north to Bolivia

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China

China

Explorations: 2006 and 2010

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Laos & Vietnam

Laos & Vietnam

From Northern Laos to Vietnam’s DMZ

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Ancestral Routes of Four Lineages

Ancestral Routes of Four Lineages

A map of the world traces the footsteps of four lineages—out of Africa 60,000 years ago, right up to 2020 A.D.

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Notes in Bottles

Notes in Bottles

A world map, mostly water and ocean currents, traces the routes that six notes in bottles took in the dreamy mind of the author.

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