Category Archives: Volume 6: June 2012 – 2013 (Editing)

New Single Line Geoglyph Discovered in Libya using a Blombos (South Africa) centered Paleolithic Line of Meridian

A new Single Line Geoglyph is discovered in Libya. The suggestion is other linear geoglyphs may exist, and the pattern might be larger than previously believed. Continue reading

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Preliminary Data Suggesting Existence of an Advanced Civilization 400,000 years ago.

How old is the Giza Pyramid star map? That question now appears open. With previous data suggesting an overlap between ancient religious sites and the star map, attention now turns to ochre mines. The surprising result is the map is consistent, and perhaps suggest a much more ancient history for the map. This, as the title suggest, is tentative. Continue reading

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Analysis of Paleolithic Artwork at Blombos South Africa: Evidence of early astronomical knowledge in archaic geometrical patterns

The presence of similar grid petroglyphs at several sites, one with an experimentally confirmed date of 70,000 years old, now suggests that any attempt to link the pattern to only Atlantis is flawed. Unless the civilization of Atlantis first came into existence 70,000 years ago, it is argued and appears reasonable to assume that Atlantis only inherited the pattern. Continue reading

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An Ancient Map of the Mediterranean? A link between Sumerian, Hebrew and Qur’an versions of the Great Flood

The first attempt to use the earth-star map in the crowded Mediterranean area produces an interesting overlap with several important religions sites. Continue reading

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New Secret Hieroglyphs Discovered at the Great Pyramids

Four figures, all exhibiting a W shape arm pose, suggests that the Pyramids date to the same general time period as the Minoan Master of the Beast. As drawn the pose might be similar to Gebeb who is often shown supporting Nuit (the Heavens). Continue reading

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