MYSTERIES 

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHS IN AUSTRALIA PROVE THE ANCIENT WORLD WAS CONNECTED

A set of Egyptian hieroglyphs discovered in Australia is an uncomfortable find to those who challenge every controversial theory, proving once again that the ancients traveled farther than we previously thought. If the ancient Egyptians were able to travel to Australia, what else were they capable of? In accordance to recent research, these hieroglyphs were first spotted in the 1900’s and there were found about 250 carvings in stone that have been made a part of local folklore for more than a century. Media reports of the discovery have been…

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ARCHAELOGY 

5,000-year-old Egyptian Hieroglyphs Discovered in Australia Prove That History Is Wrong

History is thrown into turmoil as 5,000-year-old Egyptian hieroglyphs are found in Australia. Either plate tectonics have shifted so drastically over the last 5,000 years, or what we knew of the ancient Egyptians may be severely lacking. Either way, it seems that history has been giving the wrong story. 5,000 YEAR OLD EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHS IN AUSTRALIA What is even more disturbing is that this has not been the first discovery that debunked current historical records, and that the records seem to need a severe overhaul. EGYPTIANS TRAVELLED THE WORLD BEFORE…

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MYSTERIES 

Unravelling the Mysteries Trapped Within Mayan Hieroglyphs

For hundreds of years, linguists have been trying to decode the ancient hieroglyphic script of the Mayans, left behind on monument carvings, painted pottery, and drawn in handmade bark-paper books. Now, thanks to ongoing work by expert linguists, decipherment is advancing at a rapid rate and almost reaching completion – to date, 85 – 90% of the symbols have now been decoded.  Completing the decipherment will be a huge step forward for deepening our understanding of the social, political, and historical aspects of Maya civilization. For a long time, many scholars…

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