Good documentary although the YouTube comment section of this video is moron land…~TS
The curse of the mummies has haunted people since ancient times. Tombs were often enchanted with a written curse to make sure no one would interrupt the pharaohs and others eternal slumbers. Those tombs were their home and if you disrupted their mummified bodies, they would haunt your home too with curses. At least that […]
By DHWTY | Ancient Origins The Fukang Meteorite is the name given to a meteorite that was discovered in China. The Fukang Meteorite belongs to a class of stony-iron meteorite known as Pallasite, which may be recognized by the fragments of olivine crystals embedded in an iron-nickel matrix. According to one source, the slices of […]
From a map that appears to show Antartica hundreds of years before it was discovered, to stones that suggest humans may have been around when the dinosaurs were. Here are five writings, glyphs & artifacts that still remain unsolved!
By PowerfulJRE Graham Hancock is an English author and journalist, well known for books such as “Fingerprints Of The Gods” & his latest book “Magicians of the Gods” is available now. Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar.
By Natalia Klimczak | Ancient Origins Today it is known that women appeared on the throne in ancient Egypt more often than many people believed just decades ago. The first known influential queens appeared with the first kings. This was long before the female pharaoh Hatshepsut took the throne. Their lives inspired queens until the […]
The only tour people that can show you multiple examples of lost ancient high technology that must have existed in Egypt in the distant past is the Khemit School.
By Natalia Klimczak | Ancient Origins The delightful hobby of playing games isn’t a modern invention. While people in ancient times didn’t have Pokemon Go to entertain themselves, they still spent hours of fun games both inside and outside of their households. It is unknown who the innovators were who first started to play games. […]
By Victoria Lepage Vast shadowy forces are moving in Central Asia – or rather in the greater region we call Eurasia – which may change the face of our global society and civilisation forever. Even as the balance of geopolitical forces is shifting inexorably in favour of the Eurasian superpowers – principally Russia, China, the […]
By Walter Mason Angkor Wat is a vast stone temple at the heart of an ancient stone city. But at the ends of its corridors and the centres of its hidden rooms lie surprising Buddhist shrines still active in a place abandoned for hundreds of years. These Buddhist statues are imposters, hasty late additions to […]
By Edward Malkowski There is no other place on Earth like Egypt’s Giza Plateau. Anyone with even a slight interest in history and civilisation is aware of this fact. For on this plateau there stands the Great Pyramids and their sculpted guardian, the Great Sphinx. Although there are plenty of theories, no one really knows […]
By Kerry Sullivan | Ancient Origins One of the most popular and persistent characters of the human mythos is that of the dragon. Whether it is a gold hoarding serpent or fire-breathing giant, dragons continue to fascinate and entertain people around the world. Yet where did the idea of these mythical beasts come from? Nobody […]
By Mark Miller | Ancient Origins The ancient Greeks told myths about human sacrifice, but did they really kill people as some sort of sinister sacrifice to the gods? The 3,000-year-old skeleton of a teenage boy discovered in a mound of ashes of animals sacrificed to the gods indicates some of them may have. Archaeologists […]
By April Holloway | Ancient Origins 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 […]
By Ancient Origins When we talk of the history of computers, most of us will refer to the evolution of the modern digital desktop PC, charting the decades-long developments by the likes of Apple and Microsoft. What many don’t consider, however, is that computers have been around much longer. In fact, they date back millennia, […]
Jim Marrs and Michael Tellinger explore Ancient technologies. Long before the Egyptians saw the light of day, an advanced civilisation of humans lived in southern Africa mining gold. These were also the people who carved the first Horus bird, the first Sphinx, built the first Pyramids and built an accurate stone calendar right in the […]
By Edward F. Malkowski Atlantis: everyone knows the name and almost everyone knows that the name refers to a mythical, sunken island continent in the Atlantic Ocean, according to a story told by the Greek philosopher Plato sometime during the 4th century BCE. Whether or not Atlantis existed has been a matter of conjecture for […]
Sacred geometry, numerology, and the large scale timetable of extinction events on Earth is revealed by Randall Carlson. From the lost civilizations and ancient wisdom that has buried mankind’s many histories, to the markers of mass extinction and mathematical meaning of the Great Pyramid in Egypt–we explore the mysteries of Earth’s cycles with the renowned […]
By Andrew Collins Angels are something we associate with beautiful Pre-Raphaelite and renaissance paintings, carved statues accompanying gothic architecture and supernatural beings who intervene in our lives at times of trouble. For the last 2000 years this has been the stereotypical image fostered by the Christian Church. But what are angels? Where do they come […]
By aprilholloway | Ancient Origins There is no doubt that our ancient ancestors were adept at creating beautiful and masterful structures. The features they managed to construct easily rival some of the most important works built today. Stone circles, architectural structures, petroglyphs, geoglyphs, and fortresses are some of the more elaborate builds that made the […]