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not evolved?Ken, Sat Dec 17 23:15
I grow increasingly convinced that Homo Sapiens had no ancestor. Our species is 200,000 years old, but present day Homo Sapiens carries thousands of genetic disorders, orders of magnitude more than species going back millions of years. We now know we coexisted (sometimes in the same time and place) with the hominids... more

The Epiphany Window is a Map of StonehengeJacob Cove-Jones, Thu Dec 1 10:17
The Epiphany Window is a Map of Stonehenge Mishkan (Ark) is below Hele Stone (double star) Heel Stone "Bench Mark" ("BM") 101.346m above Mean Sea Level more

  • No SubjectAnonymous, Sat Aug 8, 2015 14:33
    Study Reincarnation and your past lifetime memories extending back in time millennia, Study of Reincarnation past life memories could provide much useful data for Archaeological research and study.

  • StonehengeTamara, Mon Jun 29, 2015 11:22
    Amazing all the new finds at the site using ground penetrating radar and similar technologies.

  • test message (nm)Tamara, Fri Jan 17, 2014 07:19

  • Contact with terrstrial and non-terrestrial cultures.Dennis A. Dispenza, Mon Oct 21, 2013 18:02
    Study of past life memories and reincarnation study to locate and contact extra-solar civilizations. If many people on Earth today were of extraterrestrial origin, they could perhaps remember their earlier lifetimes on distant, inhabited planets in extra-solar star systems. I can remember several of my own, maybe... more

    Test theory of reincarnation of human species from other extra-solar civilizations.

    Dig! Ark! "dig dig dig" r2e2, ATT [url]http://armageddonproGarry Denke, Mon Sep 26, 2011 12:51 In 1984, radiocarbon dates by University of Texas (Austin) of the Altar of Burnt Offering brass preserved South-Western "gofer wood" Horn (species: Quercus virginiana; metallurgy: Cartridge... more

    Shine on Harvest MoonZepi Tepi, Wed Sep 7, 2011 12:47
    Queen of Jungles (GMT) Geoff Wainwright, Archaeologist Miranda Aldhouse-Green, Archaeologist Timothy Darvill, Archaeologist... more

  • Gold Relics inside Brasen Altar under Heel StoneG Denke, Mon Aug 22, 2011 10:15
    Gold Relics inside Brasen Altar under Heel Stone Prehistoric Rock Sculptures Discovered in Ukraine: Another Stonehenge? Office of Works, now Department... more

  • Scroll Trench StorageGarry Denke, Thu Jul 21, 2011 10:29
    Scroll Trench Storage [[image:Stonehenge Heelstone.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Southwest face of Heelstone]] The '''Heelstone''' is a single large block of [[sarsen]] stone... more

  • Climate impact on events like the Black DeathTamara, Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:46
    Summers Were Wetter in the Middle Ages Than They Are Today The severe epidemic of plague known as the "Black Death" caused the death of a third of the European population in the 14th century. It is probable that the climatic conditions of the time were a contributory factor towards the disaster.

    Stonehenge Mystery Solved by Michigan DRUIDSPeter Salisbury, Tue Mar 2, 2010 17:31
    Have your heard? The Stonehenge mystery has been solved once and for all by the Michigan DRUIDS. Judge for yourself. Stonehenge Mystery Solved at Snowhenge Michigan DRUIDS Unravel the Ancient Enigma

  • Consumption of cereal grains much olderTamara, Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:40
    Homo sapiens have been consuming wild cereal grains for a much longer period than originally thought -

    Oldest known paralyzed humanTamara, Sun Aug 9, 2009 15:07
    Remains have been discovered in Vietnam dating to the Neolithic period showing evidence of complete lower body paralysis. It's estimated that the individual survived for approximately 10 years as a complete invalid in the care of his community.

    Heelstone LevitationWizard Merlin, Tue Jun 16, 2009 08:23
    God, the King of old, Saith: "Surface my Ark all of Ye" Stonehenge protester King Arthur Pendragon defies eviction order: Druid formerly known as John Rothwell vows to continue with protest until Stonehenge is open to all. more

  • Amazing Roman Millefiori dishArchaeologist, Sun May 3, 2009 11:15 I thought this was a very unique discovery and worth mentioning here.

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    Oldest human occupation of ScotlandArchaeologist, Sun Apr 12, 2009 11:30 has identified a tool kit dating to approximately 14,000 years ago in Southern Scotland. This pushes back the oldest known occupation of Scotland by 3,000 years.

    Hobbit skull not humanTamara, Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:29
    It appears that the debate is mostly over whether the Hobbit is a modern H. sapien with microcephaly. The latest studies seem to indicate that the hobbit is more closely related to H. erectus based on the skull. For more:

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