LOST CITY OF GIANTS DISCOVERED IN PERU?

A series of once enormous structures, accompanied with a massive, flat topped pyramid, a pyramid made from multiple ton blocks, complete with a large, polished, sacrificial stone placed upon the top, was this stone once used for the sacrifice of fellow giants? Or was this stone a far more terrifying sight premise for our Ecuadorian […]

Ancient Civilization Evidence – Strange Old Maps – Mystery of a Lost Knowledge

I have devoted a specific page to Ancient Maps covering Antarctica, however, this is not the only area they cover. So what other parts of the world were mapped between 13,000 BCE and 4000 BCE ? We must remember when considering ancient maps that it is only relatively recently that we have discovered the theory of […]

Ancient texts reveal Jesus Christ was NOT Divine

The notion that Jesus Christ had several younger siblings has become widely accepted in recent years. According to James Tabor, a professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina (USA), a series of letters written by Jesus’ brothers shortly after his death would prove that the Christian messiah was not […]

New Colossus of Rhodes to be built in Greece

A collective of European architects has proposed to build a 21st-century version of the Colossus of Rhodes, the ancient Greek statue erected on the island of Rhodes in the 3rd century B.C. The new statue would stand 500-feet tall and serve as a cultural center as well as a lighthouse. One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient […]

10 Insane Laws People Had To Live By In Ancient Rome

10. Wearing Purple Was A Crime Photo credit: Wikimedia Purple, in ancient Rome, was viewed as the most dignified and majestic of all colors. The emperors would dress themselves up each morning in the finest of purple togas, and they looked so good in it that they wouldn’t let anyone wear it. The law against […]

The macuahuitl was a sword with obsidian blades used mostly by the Aztecs

A macuahuitl, a type of macana, is a wooden sword with obsidian blades. The name is derived from the Nahuatl language. Its sides are embedded with prismatic blades traditionally made from obsidian, famous for producing an edge far sharper than even high-quality steel razor blades. It was a common weapon used by the Aztec military forces and other […]

This 5,000-year-old rock could be one of the world’s earliest maps

Archaeologists in Denmark have uncovered what they think is one of the oldest maps ever made: a series of markings on a 5,000-year-old rock that seem to depict the positioning of fields and paths. The fragmented stone, measuring just 5 centimetres (1.97 inches) across and dated to roughly 2700-2900 BC, is part of a haul of […]

Meet The Hitler Of Congo, Who Unleashed New Horrors On The African Continent

Of the Europeans who scrambled for control of Africa at the end of the 19th century, Belgium’s King Leopold II left arguably the largest and most horrid legacy of all. — BBC Reign Of Terror To fulfill his dream to establish Belgium as an imperial power, Leopold led the first European efforts to develop the […]

Native American prophecies, UFO’s and the coming of a messiah

The following article was inspired by a dialogue between three groups of people: 1) researchers into the UFO and crop circle activity, which has drawn increasing attention in recent years, 2) Native Americans, whose prophecies point to the current times as being a critical turning point for humanity, and 3) a growing body of people […]

The world’s oldest observatory? How Aboriginal astronomy provides clues to ancient life

An ancient Aboriginal site at a secret location in the Victorian bush could be the oldest astronomical observatory in the world, pre-dating Stonehenge and even the Great Pyramids of Giza. Key points: Researchers say site could date back more than 11,000 years Believe stone arrangement mapped out the movements of the sun Site could also […]

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