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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…

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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….

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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…

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Huge Underwater City Discovered In Atlantic Ocean Near Cuba

A vast underwater city with huge pyramid structures has been discovered off the coast of Cuba, amid claims that the sunken metropolis could, in fact, be the lost city of Atlantis. The submerged complex is thought to be around 200,000 years old, with the granite structured pyramid city being located eerily close to the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the “Devil’s Triangle”. Marine geologist Manuel Iturralde analyzed samples from the site and concluded that the results were “very unusual”, and estimates that it would’ve taken around 50,000 years for the…

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Ancient civilisation ‘older than the PYRAMIDS’ uncovered after being lost for 14,000 years

The 14,000-year-old site was uncovered by experts and turned up a wealth of ancient artefacts from before the days of the Ancient Egyptians.Boffins unearthed the village which is believed to be one of the oldest human settlements ever discovered in North America. It was found on a rocky spit of Triquet Island, about 300 miles northwest of Victoria, Canada. Scientists found a wealth of ancient tools dating back as far as the Ice Age – including spears and fishing equipment.The items are invaluable in helping boffins understanding how civilisation began…

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5 Archaeological discoveries NO ONE can explain

All over the world, experts have found countless puzzling monuments, artifacts, and places that have remained a mystery ever since their discovery. Some of these findings literally rewrite history as we know it. Countless theories have been proposed throughout the years trying to explain some of them, however, not even the best scholars can agree on the purpose, reason and building process of some of these sites/structures. In this article, we take a look at FIVE discoveries that still continue to baffle experts Stonehenge One of the best-known ancient sites—other…

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What Powered the Vimana, the 6,000-year-old Flying Machines of Ancient India?

According to Ancient Indian history –one of the most extensive on the planet– their ancient sacred texts called the ‘Vedas’ speak of incredible flying ships that visited our planet over 6000 years ago. The Ancient Vimana’s power source has turned out to be not only accessible to the entire world, but easy to harness as well.  Throughout history, many common myths and legends mention incredible flying machines and how ancient people traveled great distances through the air: the flying carpets of ancient Arabia, Ezequiel’s wheel, and Solomons ability to travel…

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Archaeologists Make STUNNING Discovery That Immediately Silenced Jesus Doubters

While extra proof of Jesus’ existence isn’t necessary to validate the deity of God or the nature of Christianity, archaeological discoveries always add more to the historicity of the Bible. According to the Christian Post, Robert Hutchinson, a scholar who has spent years in Israel studying the New Testament, highlights in his “Searching for Jesus” various archaeological finds and research from the past few years to combat those who disregard Jesus’ existence entirely. Some of those finds? The tomb of Jesus’ brother, James, which was found in 2002, and the ossuary of Caiaphas, which was discovered…

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The First Bible? New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Found By Hebrew University Archaeologists In Israel

Archeologists in Israel discovered a 12th cave they believe once housed the Dead Sea Scrolls after finding historical artifacts proving they had been stored there. If they are right, it would be the latest “scroll cave” discovered in over 60 years, Harretz reported Wednesday. Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of Archeology found Cave 12, in the archeological site in Qumran, Israel, close to the location where the first Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1947 in the West Bank. Until the announcement, it was believed that 11 caves had…

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City wall discovered that’s 1,000 years older than Rome, lost civilization found in China

The ancient walls of a lost city in southern China have been uncovered in a remarkable find by archaeologists. The northern section of the city was found at the Sansingdui archaeological site located in Sichuan province. It dates back than 3,000 years to the Bronze Age. The Southern, Western and Eastern sections fo the city have now been uncovered as well, granting archaeologists a full picture of what the settlement used to look like. Three Neolithic tombs thought to have predated the walls have also been unearthed, with one including a full…

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