Saturday, October 21, 2017

Timeline of the Harappan Civilization is Pushed Back 2,500 Years as Researchers Find New...

A recent discovery suggests that the Indus Valley Civilization is at least 8,000 years old, not 5,500 as previously believed. Moreover, the researchers...

Unraveling the Mystery behind the Raimondi Stele

The Raimondi Stele is an artifact that was made by the Chavín culture, which was a prehistoric civilization that developed between 1500 and...

7 Curses Too Creepy To Ignore

Curses seem to have no place in modern cultures. Some of us completely dismiss them as superstition while others cautiously avoid the subject....

Talgua Cave: The Cave of the Glowing Skulls

Talgua Cave, known also as the ‘Cave of the Glowing Skulls’, is a cave located in the Olancho Valley, which is situated in...

The Coso Artifact—Did the Ancients Use Electricity Some 500,000 Years Ago?

Discoveries of man-made objects confined in pieces of rock or coal offer a very alluring and tangible evidence that in the “impossibly” distant...

Newly Discovered Ancient Roman Writing Tablets Provide Snapshots of Roman-Era London

Recently discovered ancient British Roman texts on wax-covered wood tablets with legal, correspondence, note-taking and accounting documents have been translated, and researchers are...

Why is the MSM (Finally) Reporting on the Petrodollar?

This article examines the latest volleys in the ongoing covert war between the Saudis and the US and the bigger...

Egyptian Pharoah's Dagger Made From Outter Space Material

 The origin of the material used to craft and design the dagger buried in the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun...

Is this Strange Desert Mineral Evidence of Ancient Nuclear Warfare?

Seven years after the nuclear detonations in New Mexico, Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, the ‘father of the atomic bomb’ was asked during a...

Secrets of Stone Age Jade Axes Revealed in Scotland

A new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland showcases a rarely seen collection of Stone Age jade axeheads. Most of them were...
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