Entering a site, such as this one in Grand Gulch, creates awe and a mystical association for those entering it for the first time. Mircea Eliade’s explanation of “interrupted space” is beautifully illustrated for those who feel the “spirit” of a ruin. (Photo by Winston Hurst) » Entering a site, such as this one in Grand Gulch, creates awe and a mystical association for those entering it for the first time. Mircea Eliade’s explanation of “interrupted space” is beautifully illustrated for those who feel the “spirit” of a ruin. (Photo by Winston Hurst)

Entering a site, such as this one in Grand Gulch, creates awe and a mystical association for those entering it for the first time. Mircea Eliade's explanation of "interrupted space" is beautifully illustrated for those who feel the "spirit" of a ruin. (Photo by Winston Hurst)


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