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Leonard and Nancy Becker are preservationists concerned with conserving historic sacred places honored by cultures around the world. They believe that the preservation of sacred sites fosters cultural and biological diversity and religious freedom.
Leonard Becker's current projects include independent research and documentation of native shrines in Hawaii and France. He is the principle force in the development of the International Registry and Archives of Sacred Sites.
Mr. Becker has extensive background and experience in the fields of sociology and psychology and eclectic interests in intercultural sociology and geomancy and French history, politics and culture. He is author of Encounter with Sociology published by Glendessary Press.
He received his B.A. from Cornell and M.A. from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts and is a licensed M.F.T. in the state of California.
Nancy Becker has conducted a study of the evolution of sacred sites in the Périgord region of France. These sites include prehistoric painted caves, megalithic structures, and pilgrimage shrines. Her study includes the collection of regional history, folk stories and local tales about the discovery of statues of the Virgin Mary, an evolution of the ancient Earth Goddess. She has developed an extensive slide library of international sacred sites.
Ms. Becker has her B.A. and M.A. in Art History from the University of California.