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  1. Orcadian Genesis: The Origins of the Orkney Isles’ Unique Megalithic Culture and its Roots in Britain’s Own Lost Atlantis - Part Two

    ... to Göbekli Tepe in distant Anatolia. Standing Stones and Burial Sites An incredible amount of work has been done in recent years to map the ...

    Andrew Collins - 12/10/2018 - 01:42

  2. The Statues and Symbolic Gestures that Link Ancient Göbekli Tepe, Easter Island, and Other Sites Around the World

    ... enigma: why do humanoid statues from many prehistoric sites— from those found at Göbekli Tepe in Turkey to those at Easter Island—all share similar postures? The signature and symbolic stances displayed on the incredible statues from locations around ...

    Ozgur - 09/06/2015 - 00:48

  3. Orcadian Genesis: The Origins of the Orkney Isles’ Unique Megalithic Culture and its Roots in Britain’s Own Lost Atlantis – Part One

    ... also to Göbekli Tepe in distant Anatolia. For a decade and a half archaeologists and specialists from various fields of study have ... of a mysterious petrosphere (like so many others found at sites in the Orkneys and elsewhere on the Scottish mainland), along with a ...

    Andrew Collins - 11/10/2018 - 19:01

  4. Ancient Women Shamans of Ireland: Healers, Priestesses and Diviners

    ... around the world many of the oldest ceremonial megalithic sites are associated with women shamans and oracular tradition and prophecy. A good example of this is Napta Playa ...

    David Halpin - 27/03/2019 - 00:26

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    ... This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) describes and governs the information collection, use, and sharing practices of Stella ... and not to information you may provide to any third-party sites to which Stella Novus may link, except as expressly provided ... details or sensitive personal information. Third Party Links The Services may contain links to third-party websites, applications ...

    ancient-origins - 22/04/2015 - 18:18

  6. Thoth’s Storm: New Evidence for Ancient Egyptians in Ireland?

    When ancient Egypt and Ireland are spoken about in the same breath it usually results in the ... The Hill of Tara is one of Ireland’s most ancient sacred sites. It is surrounded by many other Neolithic earthworks and tombs and ... realm, we now have more reason than ever to examine these links and wonder again about the Tuatha De or, possibly, Thoth’s Storm. ...

    David Halpin - 16/01/2016 - 21:27

  7. A Walk Amongst the Petroglyphs of Galicia: Prehistoric Designs Trace Life and Times of Bronze Age Europeans

    From the Upper Palaeolithic and down through the Neolithic, the Chalcolithic and into the Bronze Age, our ... and rings marks of Kilmartin in Argyll . Besides Galicia, sites which depict more than simple cups and rings include Macao in Portugal; ...

    Anthony Adolph - 23/03/2016 - 00:08

  8. The Mysterious Aboriginal Rock Art of the Wandjinas

    One of the most intriguing and perplexing legends of the Australian Aboriginal people is that of the ... controversially, objects have been found on geographical sites which suggest the area had been inhabited as long ago as 174,000 B.C. ... intriguing questions. By  April Holloway Related Links ...

    aprilholloway - 29/07/2013 - 02:31

  9. History Versus Legend: In Search of Aeneas, the Trojan Refugee

    ... designates Aeneas as the founder of the great nation of Rome and ancestor to its peoples. In fact, his story begins long before Rome came ... his early retirement years discovering and excavating the sites of Troy (at modern day Hisarlik, Turkey) and Mycenae (in the northeastern ...

    pkoutoupis - 29/09/2017 - 18:58

  10. Baltinglass Hill: Ireland’s Forgotten Gobekli Tepi?

    ... of Wicklow lies buried one of the most remarkable Neolithic sites in all of Europe. Strangely, even today many people are unaware of its ... believe to be an ancient observatory, a ruined stone circle, and structures which up until recently were called ‘tombs’ but are now much ...

    David Halpin - 03/06/2016 - 14:18

  11. Member Rewards

    ... b) login, c) have enough points for the gift you want and d) click here to complete the form! Read more about the Member ... of civilization. Examining the North American mound-culture sites, including the diminutive adult remains found there, she explains that ...

    ancient-origins - 16/01/2014 - 07:51

  12. Did David Wyrick Find the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail Near Newark, Ohio?

    ... religious scholars, anthropologist, politicians, scientists, and historians—everyone except Native Americans—have tried to prove that ... knowledge of the Hopi Ceremonial Cycles to connect ancient sites around the world.  -- Top Image: The Decalogue, The Keystone, ...

    Thomas O. Mills - 08/06/2017 - 13:58

  13. Kásskara: Sunken Land of the Hopi Ancestors

    ... Western perspective. It fails to acknowledge that aboriginal and ancient people, spanning far back into the last ice age, knew the Earth to ... Stonehenge and the Hopi: Hidden Messages Connecting Sacred Sites The Hopi don't perceive time in a straight line as we tend to. ...

    Kasskara - 24/12/2017 - 13:59

  14. The Strange and Wonderful World of Ancient Brews

    ... beverage concoctions since the advent of the craft beer and cocktail movements.  What we may not realize is that fellow humans have ... The Oldest Drinks in the World Little Known Links Between Spirits You Drink and the Holy Spirit Fancy Sipping a ...

    Patrick McGovern - 02/10/2017 - 22:50

  15. Those Who Once Reigned: Experts Name Famous and Forgotten Ancient Gods

    ... all the attention - but which gods are largely forgotten… and why? The following is their views on individual gods that have largely been ... a winding country lane, I was led to some fabled Greek sites, like Mycenae. It was as if Hermes, the messenger and wayfarer god, had ...

    ancient-origins - 03/08/2016 - 14:52

  16. Researchers Claim Glastonbury Ancient Legends Made Up By Cash-Strapped Monks

    The famous legends of King Arthur and his round table, among other ancient myths, were stories made up and ... Site Described as “one of the most romantic religious sites in England,” Glastonbury Abbey, the ruins of a monastery established in ...

    lizleafloor - 25/11/2015 - 00:49

  17. Viking Invaders Struck Deep into the West of England – and May have Stuck Around

    ... for 250 years from the end of the eighth century AD and wreaked particular havoc across vast areas of northern England. There’s ... as working in the mints in Exeter and at other Devon sites from the end of the tenth century – and, although such names became ...

    ancient-origins - 20/04/2016 - 00:49

  18. The Forgotten Celtic History of Ancient Poland

    ... The ancient history of Poland is more connected with Goths and other local tribes than with the Celts. However, during many excavations ... of Lesser Poland Voivodeship. By studying the discovered sites, Polish researchers started to realize that the culture of the territory ...

    Natalia Klimczak - 24/03/2016 - 02:50

  19. Cadbury’s Chocolate Blasted For Sponsoring Archaeological Vandalism

    ... chocolatiers encouraged the British public to trespass and dig on protected archaeological sites in an advertising campaign known as the ‘Creme Egg Scandal’ which ...

    ashley cowie - 19/03/2019 - 22:04

  20. Newgrange and Saqsayhuaman: Separated at Birth in 3050 BC?

    ... Boyne Valley’s most impressive passage mounds — Knowth and adjacent Newgrange — may have functioned together as part of an important ... one that survived over three thousand years. And these sites may have their twins in the Andes, in the form of megalithic ...

    Freddy Silva - 11/07/2016 - 15:00

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