Category: Ancient Mysteries

Possible New Piece of Antikythera Mechanism Found

The Antikythera mechanism was for years one of the world’s greatest unsolved mysteries. The strange, intricate device was found in 1902 in a shipwreck off of the Greek island of…
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Chinese Skeletons Found in Ancient Peruvian Pyramid

What’s the last thing you’d expect to find in an ancient Peruvian pyramid? If you said “three-fingered aliens,” you’re in the right country but the wrong site. Archeologists examining the…
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‘Stones of the First Encounter’ May Depict Mayan-ET Contact

With so many Mayan artifacts seemingly depicting what we today would describe as extraterrestrials or aliens, it gets harder to dismiss them as hoaxes or misinterpretations of Mayan drawings and…
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God’s Gate and the Sun Temple: A Mysterious Incan Portal Leading to Other Worlds

Peru has a rich and mysterious history.  With extant indigenous groups such as the Uros, Quechua, Aymara, and the Jivaro, which are known for their head-shrinking techniques, and historical populations…
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Archaeologists Discover Ancient British Stones Have Secret Markings Visible Only at Night

A new study suggests that Stonehenge and other ancient stone memorials could have been used for sacred moonlit ceremonies which took place late at night. The archaeologists taking part in…
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New Shroud of Turin Study Finds Evidence of Human Blood

The Shroud of Turin remains one of the most controversial and debated archaeological artifacts. It is claimed that the shroud was used to wrap Jesus of Nazareth after his crucifixion,…
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A Monumental Cover Up? Why did Gobekli Tepe End Up in the Dirt?

In the farmlands of southeastern Turkey there is a hill that rises out of the landscape. Unlike the surrounding plateaus, it has a gentle slope like a mound. At its…
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Outside the Circle: The Ancient Stonehenge Landscape – A Wider Perspective

Stonehenge stands on the windswept Salisbury Plain reminding us of the engineering, astronomical, and mathematical skills of our distant ancestors. Undoubtedly, Stonehenge is recognised worldwide as one of Britain’s most…
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In a temple that predates the pyramids, scientists find evidence of a mysterious skull cult

More than 9,000 years ago, a mysterious group of hunter-gatherers built what might be described as the world’s first known temple. Located in southern Turkey, this ancient place of ritual…
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Averbury stone circle is concealing hidden strucutre

Avebury stone circle, which is a World Heritage Site, was built 2,500 years ago Ancient stones arranged in a square shape have been found under the site Unearthed stones are…
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