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ArticleThe Giants of Ancient Albion & the Legendary Founding of Prehistoric Britain Hugh Newman03 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleExcavations reveal Gobekli Tepe had oldest known sculptural workshop aprilholloway114 months 5 days ago
ArticleThe Forgotten Stones of Aswan Quarry, Egypt Hugh Newman94 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleWas the Devil’s Dyke in England once Part of the Legendary City of Troy? Hugh Newman16 months 2 days ago
ArticleThe Giants of Ancient Egypt: Part 1 - A Lost Legacy of the Pharaohs Hugh Newman06 months 2 weeks ago
ArticleThe Giants of Ancient Egypt: Part II – Physical Evidence of the Giant Characters Hugh Newman06 months 2 weeks ago
ArticleGeometric Stone Spheres of Scotland: Part 1 – More Than A Projectile - What Possible Purpose 5,000-years Ago? Hugh Newman16 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleGeometric Stone Spheres of Scotland: Part 2 – Explanations From Platonic Solids to Sexual Healing Hugh Newman16 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleTop Ten Giant Discoveries in North America Hugh Newman287 months 4 weeks ago
ArticleMegalithic Origins: Göbekli Tepe and Ancient Peru - The Same Architects? Hugh Newman18 months 1 week ago
ArticleThe Truth About Father Crespi and His Missing Artifacts Finally Revealed aprilholloway488 months 2 weeks ago
ArticleFather Crespi Mystery Deepens: Ancient Origins Urged to Drop Further Investigations ancient-origins2811 months 1 week ago
ArticleArchaeologists Find Underground Pyramid at Tiahuanaco in Bolivia, Excavations Planned lizleafloor121 year 3 months ago
ArticleForgotten Stones: Secrets of the Megalithic Quarries Hugh Newman91 year 9 months ago
ArticleThe Mysterious Plain of Megalithic Jars aprilholloway51 year 10 months ago
ArticleVoices of the Dead: The Strange Origins of Eye Idols Alistair142 years 3 weeks ago
ArticleThe Forgotten Stones of Karahan Tepe, Turkey Hugh Newman13 years 3 weeks ago
Forum topicTurkey Tours johnanthony33 years 3 months ago
ArticleThe Forgotten Stones of Baalbek, Lebanon Hugh Newman13 years 8 months ago
ArticleEuropean Dolmens in Colombia - The Mysterious Ruins of San Augustin Hugh Newman23 years 12 months ago

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