HISTORY & MYSTERY

The Mystery of the Moabite Stone?

The Mystery of the Moabite Stone?

December 19, 20140 Comments

This stone was discovered in 1868 among the ruins of Diban, the ancient capital of Moab, the country that was located across the sea from Israel.  It was a very unique find and European powers quickly acted to acquire it.  The Bedouin tribe that had possession of the stone felt threatened, sot hey destroyed it, […]

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What happened 12,800 years ago when a comet hit Earth?

What happened 12,800 years ago when a comet hit Earth?

December 10, 20140 Comments

The earth was hit by a comet around 12,800 years ago with globally cataclysmic effects that brought on an epoch of devastating, cold, darkness and floods known by geologists as the Younger Dryas. For the past seven years academics have been involved in such an intense dispute about whether or not the comet impact actually […]

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LANGUAGES & SYMBOLS

Hermetic Secrets in Architecture: Nashville, Tennessee

July 4, 20130 Comments

Although constructed two centuries apart, Nashville Tennessee has two reproductions of mythic temples, – The Parthenon and Mount Meru.   The symbolism does not end with mythic temples and figures.  Many places in Tennessee share names with those of antiquity:  Memphis, Alexandria, Athens, Carthage, Sparta, Troy, Bethlehem, Lebanon, and others.  A statue of Hermes soars above […]

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Etymology of words shows connection between ancient cultures

Etymology of words shows connection between ancient cultures

September 2, 20120 Comments

Very similar ideas or concepts managed to seep into many different cultures spanning the globe. One concept is the various translations of certain symbols or word meanings, in this case in English translated roughly to “breath” or “spirit,” has similar meanings in cultures across the globe throughout history.  The meaning is interpreted in a slightly […]

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VIDEOS

OOPARTS Episode 2: The Mystery of the Bat Creek Stone

July 4, 20130 Comments

OOPARTS is the study of Hidden Archaeology, details of the historic record that have been omitted or brushed over, in order to continue with theories that are simply not viable. The Bat Creek Stone was inscribed with letters from an alphabet that was first said to be Cherokee, then disputed as Paleo Hebrew, and even […]

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Video: Introduction to Hidden Archaeology

March 30, 20110 Comments

Hidden Archaeology is a series that explores “out of place artifacts” or ooparts.  It is an area of archaeology that few scientists dare to explore.   It is the gray area of history that no one talks about.  They call it “cult” or “hidden” archaeology.  I like to think of myself as a modern day pioneer […]

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ANCIENT CULTURES

Who were the Moundbuilders?

June 23, 20140 Comments

Most people consider our society to be highly advanced and sophisticated, especially when compared to any of the previous ones that came before us, yet we, collectively, cannot even answer the question: When did human history actually begin?  It seems a simple enough question, but not a single person, throughout recorded history, has managed to […]

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Napta Playa

Napta Playa

April 14, 20140 Comments

Nestled in the Nubian Desert is an archaeological basin that has ties to some of the most ancient cultures that inhabited Earth.  There are many African sites that have been left to the devices of time, unprotected, and unexplored.   Luckily, many of the sites have been preserved by the totally dry climate where they exist.  […]

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FEATURES

What is Hidden Archaeology?

What is Hidden Archaeology?

March 30, 20110 Comments

Hidden Archaeology is a series that explores “out of place artifacts” or ooparts.  It is an area of archaeology that few scientists dare to explore.   It is the gray area of history that no one talks about.  They call it “cult” or “hidden” archaeology.  I like to think of myself as a modern day pioneer […]

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Is there an Egyptian Temple in the Grand Canyon?

March 9, 20110 Comments

The Egyptians’ have an ancient proverb that goes, “Humans Fear Time, but Time fears the Pyramids,” and I have found it very interesting to ponder the true meaning. Why would time fear the pyramids?  Is it a reference to quantum physics and the idea of planar fields, a higher connection?  This is a small example […]

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QUOTES & TRIVIA

Inspirational Quote – Arthur H. Compton

Inspirational Quote – Arthur H. Compton

November 11, 20110 Comments

Arthur H. Compton wrote: Every great discovery I ever made, I gambled that the truth was there, and then I acted in faith until I could prove its existence. Arthur H. Compton was an American physicist and Nobel laureate in physics for his discovery of the Compton effect.  In 1931, Compton championed the idea of […]

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Inspirational Quote – Sigmund Freud

Inspirational Quote – Sigmund Freud

June 22, 20110 Comments

Sigmund Freud wrote: “From error to error, one discovers the entire truth.” Freud was an Austrian neurologist and Founder of psychoanalysis.  He was the father of prominent children’s psychoanalyst Anna Freud, 1856-1939. In creating psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychopathology through dialogue between a patient and a psychoanalyst,Freud developed therapeutic techniques such as the […]

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Latest News

Comet Strike Evidence Found in Tutankamun’s Brooch and the Sahara Desert

Comet Strike Evidence Found in Tutankamun’s Brooch and the Sahara Desert

December 1, 20140 Comments

A comet strike hit the Earth long ago, and evidence has been discovered in Tutankhamun’s brooch by African and international researchers. The comet entered Earth’s atmosphere above Egypt about 28 million years ago and exploded, “raining down a shock wave of fire which obliterated every life form in its path,” according to the researchers. The […]

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Icebergs Sailed to Florida on Ice Age Floods

Icebergs Sailed to Florida on Ice Age Floods

November 28, 20140 Comments

Imagine icebergs as tall as the Eiffel Tower silently drifting by Florida’s balmy beaches. Add a few braying walruses, and mammoths grazing nearby on a broad coastal plain, and there’s Ice Age Florida for you. And believe it or not, the icebergs are among the most indisputable parts of this picture. During the last Ice […]

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Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Greek Mosaics in Zeugma, Turkey

November 25, 20140 Comments

The Zeugma excavation project conducted by Oxford Archaeology and supported by Packhard Humanities Institute and the Ministry of Culture of Turkey has recently unearthed three ancient Greek mosaics in the Turkish city of Zeugma. Zeugma had received some press and support in 2000 after flooding caused by construction began to bury and damage artifacts in […]

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