You are here
ARCHAELOGY 

Evidence of Advanced Civilizations living on Earth more than 100,000 years ago?

What do we really know about the history and past of the human race? Has our species been on planet Earth only a couple of thousand years as mainstream researchers suggest? Or is it possible that ancient advanced civilizations inhabited our planet hundreds of thousands of years ago? Recently, several discoveries seem to point to the possibility that ancient civilizations called the planet Earth “home” much earlier than previously thought. Why mainstream researchers choose to ‘ignore’ details and clues pointing to the existence of civilizations that are much older than…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

The story behind the world’s oldest museum, built by a Babylonian princess 2,500 years ago

In 1925, archaeologist Leonard Woolley discovered a curious collection of artifacts while excavating a Babylonian palace. They were from many different times and places, and yet they were neatly organized and even labeled. Woolley had discovered the world’s first museum. It’s easy to forget that ancient peoples also studied history – Babylonians who lived 2,500 years ago were able to look back on millennia of previous human experience. That’s part of what makes the museum of Princess Ennigaldi so remarkable. Her collection contained wonders and artifacts as ancient to her…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

To Open or Not to Open The 1,650-Year-Old Speyer Wine Bottle?

Contemporary historians have been debating for a few years now if they should open the Speyer wine bottle, which is believed to be the world’s oldest bottle of wine. The Pfalz Historical Museum in Germany has been home to the legendary 1,650-year-old bottle that is sealed with wax and contains a white liquid. The Speyer wine bottle. (Immanuel Giel/CC BY SA 3.0) History of Wine Even though the oldest evidence of wine production was found in Armenia around 4100 BC, it would be safe to say that Western tradition of…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

The World’s Most Ancient Crown was Found in the Dead Sea

In 1961, an Israeli archaeologist named Pessah Bar-Adon accidentally stumbled upon a marvelous hoard of ancient archaeological relics, including the oldest crown known to man. While Pessah was rappelling down a sheer cliff in Nahal Mishmar, he discovered what has been dubbed by some as the “Cave of Treasures.” 6,000-year-old crown in Dead Sea cave  Source: Youtube This discovery consisted of 442 prized artifacts that were made out of ivory, stone and more significantly, copper and bronze. Carbon dating of the reed mat the objects were found wrapped in suggests…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

There’s no such thing as a ‘pure’ European—or anyone else

When the first busloads of migrants from Syria and Iraq rolled into Germany 2 years ago, some small towns were overwhelmed. The village of Sumte, population 102, had to take in 750 asylum seekers. Most villagers swung into action, in keeping with Germany’s strong Willkommenskultur, or “welcome culture.” But one self-described neo-Nazi on the district council told The New York Times that by allowing the influx, the German people faced “the destruction of our genetic heritage” and risked becoming “a gray mishmash.” In fact, the German people have no unique…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

Treasure Hunter that Found Unique Viking hoard to be Awarded £2 Million

Derek McLennan, a British metal detectorist who unearthed the richest collection of unique Viking artifacts ever found in the UK will receive an astonishing £2 million (US$2.6m) as a reward. The amount is ex gratia and has been set to reflect the market value of the find. Amateur Treasure Hunter About to Receive 2 Million Pounds for his Discovery Derek McLennan discovered the 10th-century hoard in a Dumfries and Galloway field (one of 32 unitary council areas of Scotland) in 2014. The incredibly valuable treasure includes silver bracelets and brooches,…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

Archaeologists Dig Deeper into Wyoming’s Mummy Cave

You may not have heard of the Mummy Cave near Cody, but it’s a very famous archaeological site. Researchers are re-examining the artifacts that were un-earthed more than 50 years ago. In the mid-sixties, archaeologists found the remains of a human in a bluff shelter in the Shoshone National Forest near Yellowstone. The mummy, as they called it, is estimated to be about a thousand years old. The excavation also revealed human artifacts left there for as long as ten thousand years. The site is called Mummy Cave and is…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

A ship from the 1700s found beneath the ruins of 9/11

On September 11th, 2001 a terrible attack on The Twin Towers in New York happened and took thousands of lives. The world was shocked. After the tragic events, clean up crews started to work in the area to prepare it for the foundations of the new “One World Trade Center”, which became the tallest building in the USA when it was finished last year. In 2010, during this excavation and clean up process, workers found something very interesting: the hull of a large ship. The hull was buried approximately 22 feet (6.7 meters) beneath…

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

Myth of pristine Amazon rainforest busted as old cities reappear

The first Europeans to penetrate the Amazon rainforests reported cities, roads and fertile fields along the banks of its major rivers. “There was one town that stretched for 15 miles without any space from house to house, which was a marvellous thing to behold,” wrote Gaspar de Carvajal, chronicler of explorer and conquistador Francisco de Orellana in 1542. “The land is as fertile and as normal in appearance as our Spain.” Such tales were long dismissed as fantasies, not least because teeming cities were never seen or talked about again….

Read More
ARCHAELOGY 

2,000-year-old underground city discovered by scientists—what it contains is terrifying

A ‘lost’ 2.000-year-old underground city has been unearthed by experts in Iran, what they found inside was completely unexpected and terrifying. Located in the area near the city of Samen, archaeologists excavated the remains of around 50 large underground rooms that served as houses some 2,000 years ago. The discovery of the underground city in is incontrovertible evidence that archeology is a science that requires extreme patience in order to obtain valuable rewards. After 12 years of excavations, researchers have finally announced the existence of countless artifacts, skeletons and more…

Read More

Follow us!

If you like this site please help and make click on these button!