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The Curse of Oak Island Is Continuing to Hype Its Supposed Discoveries

by Luke Higgins
Considering the nature of the series, it is perhaps unsurprising that The Curse of Oak Island is continuing to hype up its supposed discoveries. This time, History is claiming that a discovery to be unveiled on the next episode could…

How did Christianity come to England?

by Luke Higgins
The official story as recorded in Bede is that the Pope sent Saint Augustine to England in 597 to convert the pagans. However I went to a very interesting lecture at the Hendon and District Archaeological Society when Chris Scull put forward a very subversive alternative scenario. Chris is leading…

Possible cause of early colonial-era Mexican epidemic identified

by Luke Higgins
AN INTERNATIONAL TEAM, LED BY RESEARCHERS FROM THE MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN HISTORY (MPI-SHH), HARVARD UNIVERSITY AND THE MEXICAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY (INAH), HAS USED ANCIENT DNA AND…

Temple to ancient Roman cult resurrected beneath London

by Luke Higgins
(CNN)In central London, seven meters underground, lies an ancient Roman temple to a mysterious god called Mithras. Nearly 2,000 years after the temple was frequented by the all-male members of an exclusive, enigmatic cult, it has now been faithfully…

Hybrids in the Serapheum under Sakkara/Egypt? by Erich von Däniken

Around 300 BC, a high priest named Manetho lived in Sebennytos, a city in the Nile Delta. He wrote a three-volume work, which is now lost for the most part. How then do we know anything about it? We owe thanks to Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea…

Undesirable Change by Erich von Däniken

25 years ago, the American author Budd Hopkins presented the results of a long-term study, in which several other U.S. scientists assisted. [1]. Hopkins claimed some people had been abducted by aliens and even carried extra-terrestrial implants. The scientific response to Hopkins…

Discovery of New Nazca! by Erich von Däniken

Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles discovered new Nazca lines. Although not exactly in Nazca, but in the Chincha Valley, located in the vicinity of Nazca. The geoglyphs are associated with the Paracas culture, which was located around 350 kilometres south…

Fossil DNA sheds light on origins of early Scandinavians

When the ice sheets retreated from what is now Scandinavia around 12,000 years ago, the stage was set for plants and forests to grow. At the same time, animals began to appear – and hot on their heels came hunters. For some time now, researchers have…

Ancient finding in Peru sheds light on desert society: archaeologist

by Luke Higgins
LIMA (Reuters) - Archaeologists have discovered two chambers used for political ceremonies on Peru’s desert coast more than 1,500 years ago that had previously only been glimpsed in the illustrations of the ancient Moche people,…

HOAX or unexplained ? The London Hammer: An Object Out of Time?

by Luke Higgins
An old story regarding a hammer found encased within rock has recently resurfaced. It came to us in a question: is this hammer, the London Hammer, an example of an out of place artifact (OOPart) that calls into question geology, archeology, and the…
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