Orichalcum, the lost metal of Atlantis, may have been found on a shipwreck off Sicily

Orichalcum, the lost metal of Atlantis, may have been found in a shipwreck off Sicily

Orichalcum, the lost metal of Atlantis, may have been found in a shipwreck off Sicily Mysterious metal ingots linked to the mythical civilisation of Atlantis have been recovered from an ancient shipwreck off the coast of Sicily. Archaeologists last month recovered a wealth of ingots of an unusual golden alloy from the wreck sitting in about 3m of water, 300m […]

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The Pyramid Complex and the Hopi: Creation Myth Sheds Light on Building Plan

The Pyramid Complex and the Hopi: Creation Myth Sheds Light on Building Plan

The Pyramid Complex and the Hopi: Creation Myth Sheds Light on Building Plan The Egyptians did not build the pyramids.  No one living in the area can tell you; who built them, why they were built, when they were built, how they were built or why the pyramids at the complex were arranged in the particular order that they are […]

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BBC Documentary: Jesus Was A Buddhist Monk (Accounts For The ‘Missing Years’)

BBC Documentary: Jesus Was A Buddhist Monk (Accounts For The ‘Missing Years’)

BBC Documentary: Jesus Was A Buddhist Monk (Accounts For The ‘Missing Years’) A thought-provoking documentary suggests Jesus Christ — a Jewish preacher and religious leader who became the central figure of Christianity — was a Buddhist Monk. The documentary indicates that Jesus was not crucified and that he spent decades travelling and was ultimately laid to rest after His death […]

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The Sumerian King List Spans For Over 241,000 Years Before A Great Flood

The Sumerian King List Spans For Over 241,000 Years Before A Great Flood

The Sumerian King List Spans For Over 241,000 Years Before A Great Flood Out of the many incredible artefacts that have been recovered from sites in Iraq where flourishing Sumerian cities once stood, few have been more intriguing than the Sumerian King List, an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the Sumerian language, listing kings of Sumer (ancient southern Iraq) from […]

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Hedonistic ‘Sunken City of the Caesars’ Recaptured By Divers After 1,700 Years

Hedonistic ‘Sunken City of the Caesars’ Recaptured By Divers After 1,700 Years

Hedonistic ‘Sunken City of the Caesars’ Recaptured By Divers After 1,700 Years The sunken city of the Caesars which was lost for over seventeen centuries under the blue waters of Italy’s west coast has been uncovered in impressive new pictures taken by divers who were permitted to explore the area. Ancient Roman Version of Las Vegas Rediscovered in Naples It […]

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Bronze age hillfort unearthed in France may be lost capital city

Bronze age hillfort unearthed in France may be lost capital city

Bronze age hillfort unearthed in France may be lost capital city A Bronze Age hillfort in France may represent a lost Celtic capital city, archaeologists said after finding treasures there including jewellery, weapons and chariot parts. The priceless trove was unearthed near Gannat in France’s Allier department, some 80 miles northwest of Lyon, by experts from the University of Toulouse–Jean Jaurès. Excavations […]

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9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan

9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan

9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan Archaeologists found something much more fascinating than they got credit for when searching under the waters of Lake Michigan for shipwrecks: they uncovered a rock with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon, as well as a collection of stones arranged in a Stonehenge-like manner. Gazing into the water In modern archaeology, the use […]

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