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Anything and everything ancient that is not covered by the other categories.

Early contact theories: Vikings & Muslims + Mayans & Chinese

Researchers Discover Allah Inscribed on Vikings Burial Costumes

 

While it is well documented that the Vikings did engage in trade with the Islamic World (such as spices and slaves), I think it is a little farfetched to claim that they adopted significant aspects of Islamic culture and ideas.

has anyone talked about this before? bird-head man drawing on Easter island

hi, 

it’s my first time posting here. I know the connection between Gobekli tepe and Easter island has been discussed by many, but the discussion was mainly focused on Moai and the stone pillars. I am not sure if anyone has talked about the below artifact or not: 

Increase A303 Stonehenge Tunnel to 6.12km (3.8mi)

Increase A303 Stonehenge Tunnel to 6.12km (3.8mi) https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/202895/sponsors/new?token=FaHZB... Garry Denke d/b/a A Texas Tycoon (net worth £1T) has offered to Solely Fund construction of A303 Stonehenge Tunnel provided its length is increased to 6.12km (3.8mi) at no cost to UK Taxpayers. Good Faith deposit is already in National Trust / English Heritage hands. Accept offer. Citizens save £2B. Majority of stakeholders in Agreement to said increase.

Chambers inside the Sphinx - 1914 report

Hi everyone, 

I stumbled across a newspaper article (just a small article) from March 1914 in an Australian newspaper that says that in 1914 Professor G. A. Reisner of Harvard University excavated the hole in the top of the Sphinx head and found rooms including a sun temple AND the sarcophagus of Pharoah Menes. This seems to have all been forgotten, strangely. Has anybody else ever seen anything on this? 

I made a video for my new YouTube channel to show this. Please take a look: https://youtu.be/NjT0t35xrwM

What's your favourite Fairy Tales (and their possible origins)

Fairy Tales are beloved by all, deservedly so. So which Fair Tales do you enjoy most? If you can tell us its origin, or possible meaning, then please share that too! It’s always great to learn something new about our favourite stories :)

Mine is The Singing Bone, which has its origin (possibly) from an old Greek Myth (Meleager and the Calydonian boar) both stories have a boar, a murdered brother, and a sort of ‘Stick of fate’ effect.

However, the Greek Myth does not have a singing bone XD, which would have upped the epicness.

‘Ancient Alien Expeditionaries’ Reality Check

‘Ancient Alien Expeditionaries’  Reality Check

To begin, I am a realist; presenting a realistic theory of plausible explanations of alien contact an influence in one section of Earth known as Mesopotamia prior to and during the ‘Great Flood’ and impact of both in the aftermath.

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