Amphitheater, Xanten Archeological Park
Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 01:03

Open-air archaeological parks or museums are increasingly popular as they bring the past to life. 

Some of the animal species that held a special place in ancient folklore: Horse (Pixabay License), dog (Pixabay License), hedgehog (Pixabay License), squirrel (Pixabay License), baboon (Pixabay License), cat (Pixabay License).
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 22:30

Animals far outnumber us on the planet. And while humans have domesticated some of them for work or food, others have been observed, admired, feared, and revered from afar. 

Moon Landing Conspiracy Theorists Biting Dust On the 50th Anniversary of First Lunar Mission
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 15:46

Today, July 20 2019, at precisely 4:17:40PM ET, it is exactly fifty years since the Apollo Lunar Module ‘Eagle’ touched down on the Moon and while anniversary events are being held all over the world in honor of this monumental historic achievement

One of the human leg bones being excavated at Mont‐Saint‐Jean Field Hospital. Source: Chris van Houts / Waterloo Uncovered.
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 06:27

A team of archaeologists working with army veterans has uncovered four amputated limbs at the site of the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium. 

Hagia Sophia built by Emperor Constantine of the Byzantine Empire. Source: feferoni  / Adobe Stock.
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 02:01

Late antiquity was one of the most dramatic periods in our history – a turbulent time in which nations and peoples rose and fell, vying for power and territory in a merciless fight for prominence. 

Tuatha Dé Dannan, the Enchanting Predecessors of Irish Fairies and Elves
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 00:18

Most people do not believe in elves. The little people, along with fairies, banshees, and werewolves, are often thrown into the category of ‘fantasy’ and left to molder unless some video game or children’s book decides to make use of them for commercial purposes.


Archaeology News on Human Origins, Ancient Places and Mysterious Phenomena

Intelligent Life on Other Planets

Intelligent Life on Other Planets – Is it One in a Million?

Recently, 2740 planets were discovered by NASA’s Kepler mission, and most of them were orbiting stars. But the question remains if there is intelligent life present on any of these discovered planets...
Citizen Hearing on Disclosure - Day 3

Day Three of Citizen’s Hearing on Disclosure – Undeniable Evidence Revealed

The third day of the Congress Hearing on Disclosure began with a panel testifying on multiple UFO cases through different organizations. National UFO Reporting Centre (NUFORC) The first to speak was...
Antarctic Ice

Breaking the Antarctic Ice for Answers

Scientists have finally conquered a great feat in science and engineering by drilling a 800 meter hole in the Antarctic ice strip to make it through to the sub-glacial lake and successfully collect...
Mysterious Metallic Spheres Mexico

The Temple of the Feathered Serpent and the gold-coloured spheres

The Temple of the Feathered Serpent is the third largest pyramid at Teotihuacan, a pre-Columbian site in central Mexico. Constructed in 200 AD, the six-level step pyramid was built using hundreds of...
Citizen Hearing on Disclosure - Day 2

Day 2 of Citizen's Hearing - UFO Involvement at Military Installations

The second day of the Citizen’s Hearing on Disclosure started with Nick Pope and a panel describing their first-hand experience of the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident in Suffolk, England, a major...
Passenger Plane UFO Sighting over Glasgow - Scotland

Pilot of Passenger Plane reports near-miss with UFO over Glasgow, Scotland

A passenger plane with 220 people on board came within 300 feet of colliding with a “blue, yellow and silver” object, which loomed ahead of the Airbus A320 and then flew underneath it. The startled...
Citizen Hearing on Disclosure - Day 1

Eye-Opening Information Revealed on Day One of Citizen’s Hearing

The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure (CHD) of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race has just completed the first of five days of incredible revelations and testimonies from highly...

Babylon -a wonder of the ancient world to be resurrected once more

Babylon, the capital of Mesopotamia and the cradle of early civilization was known to be a magnificent city, especially because of its hanging gardens and walls. No wonder it is counted among the...
Rare Grains from Supernova

Extremely rare grains from supernova found in Antarctic space rocks

New research has discovered two grains of sand inside a pair of meteorites found in Antarctica, which seemed to have been formed in a supernova billions of years ago, possibly before the solar system...
Life Origins - Organisms like Archaea

Origin of Life, Do we have the Answer?

Researchers at the University of Georgia have embarked on an important discovery providing genetic hints regarding the life and history of specialized micro-organisms known as Archaea and...
Heracleion Cleopatra's Sunken City

Ancient Egyptian City of Heracleion - on the border between myth and reality

The city of Heracleion, home of the temple where Cleopatra was inaugurated, plunged into the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Egypt nearly 1,200 years ago. It was one of the most important trade...
Oaxaca Temple Mexico -  Human Sacrifice

Secrets of Mexican Valley’s Oldest Temple Revealed by Archaeologists

In the oldest temple ever to be uncovered in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, archaeologists have uncovered a human tooth and limb bone in a room which appears to have been dedicated to ceremonial...
 Astrobiology Search Extraterrestrial Life

UK Centre for Astrobiology Begins Search for Extraterrestrial Life

A new planetary simulator located at Edinburgh University’s UK centre for Astrobiology will spearhead Britain’s search for extra-terrestrial life - bringing together researchers from 15 institutions...
Ancient Origins of Australia

Unravelling the Ancient Origins of Australia

Approximately 40,000 – 50,000 years ago, a group of ancient humans from Southeast Asia made the perilous journey to Australia and settled there, becoming the ancestors of Australia’s aboriginal...
Ancient Catering Pyramids Egypt

Massive Catering Operation to Feed Pyramid Builders Uncovered

Archaeologists in Giza have discovered the remains of what is believed to be a massive catering operation for some 10,000 workers building the pyramid for pharaoh Menkaure, the third and last pyramid...
Sudan Archaeological Discoveries

Archaeological Marvels Unearthed in Sudan

In downtown old Acropole Hotel of Khartoum, people seem to be like migrating flocks of birds. However, none of them are here to stay but to toil in the scorching heat of the desert sun. Sudan raises...