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  1. The Importance of Questioning History: From Malta to the Dead Sea Scrolls

    ... temple site” (Reedjik, p.49). Did Giants Exists? If discussion of a Paleolithic has become the kiss of death to an aspiring archaeologist, so too is discussion of giants. This is despite the somewhat abundant ... approved learning.” The lessons are clear. “We, the general public, are continually lied to. We are. We have been ...

    Gloria Moss - 30/01/2020 - 14:20

  2. Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? A Fearsome Beast in Tales Around the World

    There are many stock characters that are present in folk stories, fairy tales, and legends from all over the world. However, few are as constant as the figure of the Big Bad Wolf, a giant predator which would devour his victims in a single bite. Appearing in many cautionary tales – stories that are created to warn people from real danger – the figure of the wolf became the most famous archetype of the menacing predatory antagonist.

    Marilia Pezzato - 02/10/2020 - 01:35

  3. Has the Enigmatic Voynich Manuscript Code Finally Been Cracked?

    ... Available at: https://www.voynich-manuscript.com/general/how-to-read-the-voynich-manuscript Voynich Ninja. ...

    ashley cowie - 12/03/2019 - 19:16

  4. 45,000-year-old Cave Lion Figurine Uncovered At Denisova Cave

    ... ancient mysteries with both academics and members of the general public wanting to pass comment on the object’s ...

    Andrew Collins - 20/11/2019 - 23:00

  5. Sumer: Where Written Language, Arithmetic and Civilization Were Born

    ... replacing Ibbi-Sin as the ruler of Sumer. Ishbi-Erra was a general or high official from Mari, who approached Ibbi-Sin ...

    dhwty - 20/05/2019 - 14:06

  6. The Widespread Appearance of Neanderthal DNA: Africans Have It Too

    ... section of Prufer et al’s work, there is considerable discussion of the relationship between Neanderthal and ... Ki-Zerbo,J. (1981). Unesco General History of Africa Vol. 1: Methodology and African ...

    Clyde Winters - 28/08/2017 - 14:00

  7. Origins

    ... such conquests. So... where am I going with this? In general ‘religious’ human history, all ‘Gods’ Angels, ...   Biblical covenants, in contrast to Eastern covenants in general, are between a God, (Yahweh), and a people, (Israel), ... An exception being Ezekial, but that’s for another discussion. The actual location of Mt. Sinai is still ...

    William E. Shaw - 11/12/2016 - 23:42

  8. Delving into the Depths of Japan’s Mysterious Tonkararin Tunnels

    ... ) Are the Tonkararin Tunnels a Shrine? Thanks to a cursory discussion of the history and religion of Kyushu, it seems ...

    Elizabeth Moore - 11/10/2020 - 13:58

  9. Passover Magic I: Secret Egyptian Themes Hidden In Exodus

    The Jewish Holiday week of Passover is once again upon us. Millions around the world will experience the traditional Seder meal and remember an event from thousands of years ago. They will eat and drink symbolic foods in a yearly ritual to commemorate their ancestor’s escape from Egypt, and to remember the man who led them to their freedom: Moses. He founded the Passover event on that fateful night long ago when the Israelites finally fled Egypt.

    Jonathon Perrin - 11/04/2020 - 14:02

  10. Bust of Contention: Nefertiti’s sculpture raises issues of Race and Color—Part II

    The recent attempt at reconstructing the face of the iconic beauty, Nefertiti, by basing her looks on the mummy of the Younger Lady found in KV35 has caused an enormous uproar among Egyptophiles all across the globe. They say it is an insult to the origins of the ancient queen to be shown with lighter skin.

    anand balaji - 11/02/2018 - 23:00

  11. Passover Magic II: Parallels of Egyptian Curses and The Exodus

    ... Apophis serpent and fighting the forces evil and chaos in general. Compare the similar roles of Moses as lector-priest ...

    Jonathon Perrin - 12/04/2020 - 02:00

  12. The Phantom Time Hypothesis: The Greatest Fiction Ever Written?

    ... or anywhere else. Illig’s second pillar lies in his discussion of why Roman architecture continued for hundreds ... and Russo-centric bias at work. Starting with the most general assumption, the theories of these two men dismiss the ...

    B. B. Wagner - 10/07/2020 - 18:35

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