Neolithic boats reveal advanced nautical technology of the prehistoric Mediterranean
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3w ago
When we think of ancient civilizations and their accomplishments, we often associate them with great architectural wonders or sophisticated systems of government. However, a recent discovery has revealed that our ancestors in the Neolithic period were also highly advanced in maritime technology. This surprising find sheds new light on the capabilities and knowledge of Stone Age societies, as well as their ability to traverse the vast Mediterranean Sea. Excavation of Canoe 5. Credit: PLOS ONE (2024). DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0299765, CC-BY The Mediterranean has long been considered a hub for c ..read more
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Sumerian artifact found in South America: proof they are watching from Nibiru!
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1M ago
There’s an unsettling story of humankind etched into the night sky – invisible to our eyes. In the vastness of space, lies a planet unlike any other – Nibiru, the 12th planet in our solar system. From this planet came the Anunnaki, a race of extraterrestrial beings with advanced technology and a mission to mine for gold. Upon discovering Earth, a planet with abundant gold resources but a lack of labor force to mine it, the Anunnaki resorted to DNA experimentation on early humans, creating a hybrid race designed solely for gold mining. Artist’s conception of the planet Nibiru, or Planet X. Imag ..read more
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10,000-year-old mysterious megastructure unearthed beneath the Baltic Sea
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2M ago
An incredible discovery has been made in the depths of the Baltic Sea! Scientists have stumbled upon a massive underwater structure dating back over 10,000 years. This megastructure, believed to be one of the oldest human-made hunting tools in Europe, was constructed by Stone Age hunter-gatherers. 3D model of a short section of the stonewall as it currently appears under the Baltic Sea. Image Credit: Philipp Hoy, University of Rostock / model: Jens Auer, LAKD M-V Imagine a line stretching nearly a kilometer across the seabed – that’s the scale of this remarkable find. Nicknamed the “Blinkerwal ..read more
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Undisturbed tomb of an unknown Maya king with jade mask discovered in Guatemala
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2M ago
Archaeologists in Guatemala have unearthed an extraordinary Maya tomb from the Classic period (350 CE), likely belonging to a previously unknown king. Discovered at the Chochkitam archaeological site in the Peten rainforest, the tomb yielded a treasure trove of funerary offerings, including an exquisite jade mosaic mask. The burial site was a very small space. Along with pieces of bone, the team also found chunks of jade that would put together to create this extraordinary mask. Image Credit: Arkeonews Fair Use Using remote sensing technology (lidar), researchers led by Dr. Francisco Estrada-B ..read more
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The stone money of Yap
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2M ago
The Pacific Island of Yap, a place known for its curious artifacts that have puzzled archaeologists for centuries. One such artifact is the rai stone – a unique form of currency that tells a fascinating story about the island’s history and culture. Rai stones (Stone money) scattered around the Ngariy Men’s Meetinghouse known as a faluw on Yap island, Micronesia. Image Credit: Adobestock The rai stone is not your typical currency. It’s a massive limestone disk, some even larger than a person. Just imagine the sheer weight and cumbersome nature of these stones. Yet, these stones were used as cur ..read more
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How were the Giza Pyramids constructed? What the 4500-year-old Merer’s Diary says?
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2M ago
The Great Pyramids of Giza stand as a testament to the ingenuity of the ancient Egyptians. For centuries, scholars and historians have wondered how a society with limited technology and resources managed to construct such an impressive structure. In a groundbreaking discovery, archaeologists uncovered the Diary of Merer, shedding new light on the construction methods used during ancient Egypt’s Fourth Dynasty. This 4,500-year-old papyrus, the oldest in the world, offers detailed insight into the transportation of massive limestone and granite blocks, ultimately revealing the incredible enginee ..read more
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Mysterious ancient manuscript with human skin cover resurfaces in Kazakhstan after years of silence!
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2M ago
History always has a way of surprising us with its fascinating and sometimes macabre aspects. One of the more mysterious and macabre items in history is an ancient Latin manuscript found in Kazakhstan, whose cover is made of human skin. What’s even more intriguing is that only a small portion of its pages have been deciphered so far. Therefore, the manuscript has been the subject of much speculation and research over the years, yet it remains shrouded in mystery. © AdobeStock The manuscript, thought to have been written in old Latin in 1532 by notary named Petrus Puardus from northern Italy, h ..read more
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Ancient Jericho: The world’s oldest walled city is 5500 years older than the pyramids
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2M ago
Arīḥā, which is prominently known as Jericho, is situated in the West Bank of Palestine and is believed to be one of the oldest settlements on Earth, dating back to around 9000 BC. Archaeological investigations have detailed its lengthy history. A 3D reconstruction of Ancient Jericho with infographic of its brief history. Image Credit: imgur The city is of significant archaeological value, as it provides evidence of the first establishment of permanent dwellings and the transition to civilization. Residues of Mesolithic hunters from around 9000 BC and of their descendants living there for a lo ..read more
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Have scientists finally decoded the ancient knowledge of how to change the human DNA?
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by MRU.INK
2M ago
One of the main pillars of the ancient astronaut theory is that ancient beings may have tampered with human and other lifeforms’ DNA. Numerous ancient carvings appear to depict the double helix motif of DNA, prompting theorists to speculate: What if extraterrestrial beings assisted human evolution? Maybe they even made hybrids with their own DNA? Anunnaki and Tree of Life – Relief Panel at Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan, New York, NY. © Image Credit: Maria1986nyc | Licensed from Dreamstime Inc. (Editorial/Commercial Use Stock Photo) Another theory is that ancient societies were aware ..read more
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A massive 4,000-year-old monolith split with laser-like precision
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by MRU.INK
2M ago
The massive rock, located in Saudi Arabia, is divided in half with extreme precision and has curious symbols depicted on its surface, in addition, the two divided stones managed to remain standing, perfectly balanced, for centuries. This incredible ancient stone structure attracts thousands of tourists every year, who come to Al-Naslaa to observe its perfection and balance, and put forth several theories trying to explain its origin. Al Naslaa Rock Formation © Image Credit: saudi-archaeology.com The megalith was discovered by Charles Huver in 1883; and since then, it has been the subject of de ..read more
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