This book discusses the Native Americans’ concepts of the Sacred Landscapes, Ceremonial Landscapes, Habitationscapes and the features associated with them and their relationship to areas of higher permeability / concentrated flows within the groundwater. In spite of diverse tribal beliefs and environments, as well as, during different historical periods, various aspects of cultural uniformity prevailed which are associated with these concepts. Johnson and his colleagues have investigated sites throughout the United States, Canada, Peru and Chile, as well as, in Europe and East Africa. Their data strongly suggests this was an ancient universal human concept which aligned the under, present and spiritual worlds. The book includes two hundred thirty five colored images of maps and stone features. It is spiral bound for use in the field.