Category Archives: Volume 7: Sept 2012 – 2013 (editing)

In Search of Long Lost Civilizations: Use of Geoglyphs to Identify the Boundary of Ancient Civilizations.

Archaeologists state there is no evidence supporting the presence of a global civilization in the Stone Age. In this paper data is extracted from three separate sources to draw the exact same boundary map for an ancient civilization. Continue reading

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Solving the Pyramids Part 6: Apparent Confirmation of the Existence and Use of the Cygnus Earth-Star Map in the Paleolithic Period, and Confirmation of an Ancient Link Between Greece, Rome and Mecca: Comparison Between the Location of Single Line Geoglyphs and the Star Positions of Cygnus over Northern Africa

Long lines in several different countries match the layout of the constellation Cygnus. As the lines do not match earthquake fault line data, the only valid explanation is they were constructed to match the shape of the constellation. The scale of the pattern is identical to the already proposed theory that the stars were used to map shape of the earth’s continents. Continue reading

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