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Farmer Believes He’s Found An Ancient ‘Alien Egg’ Buried On His Property

Some of the world’s greatest mysteries and secrets are discovered purely by chance. In fact, entire continents have been uncovered thanks to wrong turns, mistaken beliefs, and ill-informed maps. South America’s Jose Antonio Nievas knows this all too well. Out for a Christmas-morning stroll, Jose spotted something that would raise questions all throughout his small Argentinian hometown. It took a team of experts, though, to uncover the truth. What had he found whilst on his morning walk? Just take a look for yourself… Sometimes, our world’s greatest mysteries lie perfectly…

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New DNA Testing on 2,000-Year-Old Elongated Paracas Skulls Changes Known History

The elongated skulls of Paracas in Peru caused a stir in 2014 when a geneticist that carried out preliminary DNA testing reported that they have mitochondrial DNA “with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far”. Now a second round of DNA testing has been completed and the results are just as controversial – the skulls tested, which date back as far as 2,000 years, were shown to have European and Middle Eastern Origin. These surprising results change the known history about how the Americas were populated. Paracas is…

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12 Million-Year-Old Vehicle Tracks Found in Stone, Claims Geologist

In Beyond Science, Epoch Times explores research and accounts related to phenomena and theories that challenge our current knowledge. We delve into ideas that stimulate the imagination and open up new possibilities. Share your thoughts with us on these sometimes controversial topics in the comments section below. Petrified wheel tracks found in various locations, including parts of Turkey and Spain, were left by heavy all-terrain vehicles some 12 million to 14 million years ago, according to Dr. Alexander Koltypin, a geologist and director of the Natural Science Research Center at…

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The Areni-1 shoe: The oldest leather shoe in the world was found in a cave in Armenia

Finding a stylish and comfortable pair of shoes is quite a challenge nowadays, but finding a pair that would be both stylish, a good fit,  and last for a long period is even more challenging. Once you do find the perfect shoes, it seems hard to part with them, but, as we all know, everything in this world has a limited life span. Well, almost everything… The life span of high-quality leather shoes can be increased if one takes proper care of the material. But, we must ask, increased by how…

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Hitler thought this would never be found, but archaeologists just unearthed his dark secret

The Nazis committed a host of atrocities during the Second World War, but chief among them was their attempted extermination of the Jewish people, along with many other minorities and marginalized groups. As defeat loomed, the Nazis attempted to cover up the evidence of their actions by killing the witnesses and burning their extermination facilities to the ground. One of these sites, a death camp in Sobibor, Poland, was recently excavated, and what they found there is too shocking for words. See after: He Was Hunting A Tiger When He Found…

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Why are there Underground Jesuit Caves in Europe filled with Egyptian and Islamic Art?

I‘ve just spent the last few hours trying to figure out why there’s a network of underground Jesuit caves filled with Egyptian, Islamic, Buddhist, Christian, pagan and secular art– and I’m stumped. This is a bit of a first for me and I’m reaching out to you to help explain the mystery… Okay so here’s what I learned so far. Just outside the city of Maastricht, close to the Belgian border, you can find one of the most exquisitely carved limestone quarries in the world known as Jezuïetenberg (Jesuit Cave). The underground passageways that descend…

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The city was built for one reason only – to protect it’s citizens from attack

Located deep underground in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey, the underground city of Kaymakli lies hidden and abandoned. Its ancient name is Enegup, and this city was built for one reason only – to protect the citizens of Cappadocia from attack. Underground City Map. Photo Credit Bearing a strong resemblance to another underground city that goes by the name of Derinkuyu, which was also built by the Phrygians in the 7th century, Enegup is one of the hundred hidden cities of Cappadocia. A large room deep underground. Photo Credit The…

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An Archaeologist Discovered a Tunnel Sealed for 1,800 Years Under a Temple in Mexico

Teotihuacán was the massive pre-Aztec metropolis that was home to 125,000 people around 400 CE. The remains of the city still stand about 30 miles northeast of Mexico City and it is a popular tourist destination. While the site continues to be studied by archeologists it was largely believed to have given up all of its secrets. That all changed one rainy day in 2003. The city was established around 100 BCE and lasted until 750 CE. It was the largest city in the region, and the sixth largest city…

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Mummies From A Mysterious Arctic Civilization Found In The Permafrost

The mummified bodies of an adult and a baby, both wrapped in copper, have been unearthed after being frozen in the Siberian permafrost for centuries. An announcement from the Governor of Yamalo-Nenets District says the recent discovery includes two mummies wrapped in a thick textile material, fur, and tree bark, with the adult encased in copper plates and the baby covered with copper kettle fragments. It’s believed the copper was used for its antimicrobial properties to help preserve the body. The remains were also naturally “refrigerated” by the permafrost of this notoriously cold part of the…

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Archaeologists discovered 4,000-year-old intact Egyptian tomb

Ancient Egypt is one of the cradles of civilization and an endless well full of archaeological discoveries and mysteries. The first archaeological excavations in Egypt began in the 18th century and never stopped since then. In 2016, scientists discovered an ancient city more than 7000 years old, and in March 2017 a group of archaeologists found an unopened tomb in the city of Aswan.A team of Spanish archaeologists of the Archaeological Mission from Jaen University made an astonishing discovery of an intact burial chamber in the necropolis of Qubbet el-Hawa, West Aswan,…

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