The Future of the Past
What does the future hold in store for the past? Fun? Excitement? Positive, even life-changing discoveries? You can be certain of it!
Evidence abounds that since at least the time of the building of the great pyramids, and the writing of the Old Testament, knowing and passing along ancestral history has been of great importance and is precious to humanity.
The stories of our ancestors began moving into our digital future only about three decades ago. Different strategies are being followed. Some of them are fleeting, and will certainly be replaced by better strategies. What are the available choices?
Content and the Future
For instance, if you want to know the exact family ties of Lord of the Rings star Viggo Mortensen to Hollywood icons Clint Eastwood and Richard Gere, you can receive the answers from just a couple of mouse-clicks in the Stage Three content of the Family Forest®. A few additional mouse-clicks will show you maps of the generation-by-generation family ties connecting these stars to their shared ancestors. A couple more mouse-clicks will show you ……
This shows the power, and points to the great intrinsic value of Stage-Three Digital Content, and is the future of the past.
The Family Forest® Project is, and has been for almost twelve years, strategically utilizing advancing technology to showcase and pass along valuable ancestral history knowledge in a vastly superior format. What’s more, it does this in the fun and engaging way that future generations will use to explore their ancestral heritage.
Please stay tuned.
Ancestral History Tour Guide and Cartographer
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