Newly Discovered Dead Sea Cave May Hold Archaeological Treasure

Newly Discovered Dead Sea Cave May Hold Archaeological Treasure

What are the Dead Sea Scrolls And Why Do They Matter? The Dead Sea Scrolls are the world’s oldest known biblical manuscripts.   In 1947 scrolls and scroll fragments dating from 150 BC were discovered in a cave by local Bedouin teenagers...

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Sumerian Texts: Do These Tablets Reveal Secrets About Alien Life?

Sumerian Texts: Do These Tablets Reveal Secrets About Alien Life?

In 1849, Sir Austen Henry Layard, English Archaeologist and global explorer, found himself among the ruins of ancient Bablyon in southern Mesopotamia. It was there he discovered the first pieces of what would...

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The Emerald Tablets – A 38,000 Year Old Alchemist’s Guidebook Shrouded in Mystery.

Even a little bit of research into the mysterious text we call the “Emerald Tablets” will quickly leave you baffled. While the translations reveal ancient secrets once known only by Hermetic Magicians, Alchemists and other Initiates, the origins of this work are not so clear at all. Conflicting information, confusing speculation and heated opinion surround […]

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5.000 year old Egyptian hieroglyphs found in Australia?

According to research, these hieroglyphs were first sighted in the 1900’s and there are about 250 stone carvings that have been part of the local folklore of the area for over a century, so it’s not something that has been discovered recently. Media coverage of the discovery has been minimal, which is when you think […]

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The World’s Oldest Writing

In early 2016, hundreds of media outlets around the world reported that a set of recently deciphered ancient clay tablets revealed that Babylonian astronomers were more sophisticated than previously believed. The wedge-shaped writing on the tablets, known as cuneiform, demonstrated that these ancient stargazers used geometric calculations to predict the motion of Jupiter. Scholars had […]

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Cracking the Maya Code: Timeline of Decipherment

When the Spanish conquered the Maya empire in the 16th century, they forced their new subjects to convert to Christianity and speak and write in Spanish. But long before the Maya used the Roman alphabet, they had created their own rich and elegant script featuring more than 800 hieroglyphs. Sadly, the glyphs’ meanings were lost […]

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Shigir Idol has ‘encrypted codes’ and could be 11,000 years old

The Idol is more than 6,000 years older than the UK’s Stonehenge. More than twice the age of the Egyptian pyramids, the wooden monument – found in a peat bog in the Urals in 1890 – is 1,500 years older than previously suspected, according to the world’s most advanced dating technology. ‘The first attempt to […]

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BBC News: Breakthrough in world’s oldest undeciphered writing

BBC News: Breakthrough in world’s oldest undeciphered writing

This from an article written by the BBC By Sean Coughlan on 25 October 2012. Let’s revisit this… The world’s oldest undeciphered writing system...

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The Sumerians and the Supernova

The Sumerians and the Supernova

Some 6,000 years ago, not far from Earth, a dim and unremarkable star suddenly exploded in the violent fireball that modern astronomers call a supernova...

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A glimpse of lost language

A glimpse of lost language

In the early 1600s in northern Peru, a curious Spaniard jotted down some notes on the back of a letter. Four hundred years later, archaeologists dug up and studied the paper, revealing what appear to be the first traces...

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The Decipherment of Hieroglyphs

The Decipherment of Hieroglyphs

A Forgotten Script Hieroglyphs dominated the landscape of the Egyptian civilisation. These elaborate symbols were ideal for inscriptions on the walls of majestic temples and monuments...

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Submerged man-made structures 9,500 years old – Near Dwaraka

Submerged man-made structures 9,500 years old – Near Dwaraka

Marine scientists in India say an archaeological site off India’s western coast may be up to 9,000 years old. Lets revisit the original article posted by the BBC on January 16th, 2002...

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