Here you will find a list of web sites which we think our readers may find interesting. We do not necessarily endorse or agree with all content, but nevertheless, they provide much food for thought.
Stone Strider is a blog site for hiking, nature-photography, and ancient-anthropology lovers, covering ancient sites throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and New England.
Strange Remains features articles on forensic anthropology cases, morbid history, gruesome burial traditions, skeletal collections, macabre art and human remains in the news.
Ted Loukes is an independent researcher in the field of ancient civilisations. Born in the sixties, he has been on a voyage of discovery for over forty years, questioning man's origins by digging through ancient texts, inscriptions, myths and legends.
TheAncientNearEast.com features original articles with many based on primary sources. The focus is on geopolitics of the Late Bronze Age, mythology and Biblical history.
Supply and recommend specialist books, present scientific and archaeological papers and display visual archaeological history in the fields of human origins, history and human relations subjects.
World-wide ancient sites for megaliths and other ancient sites, run by a team of volunteers. Tens of thousands of site listings, hundreds of thousands of photos, maps and an active forum make this a must visit for ancient site information.
Giant humans called the Nephilim once roamed the earth. The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley documents the migrations of the accounted giants in the Bible;known as the Amorites to North America. This blog site is dedicated to the historic documents that shows this mysterious chapter in the Bible was true.
Some readers may be familiar with the correlation between the pyramids of Egypt's Giza Plateau and the stars of Orion. Beginning in 1100 A.D. on the Arizona desert, the Hopi constructed a similar pattern of villages that mirrors all the major stars in the constellation.
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Tom G. Hamilton - songwriter, producer, guitarist. Lives in historic Templar city Castelo Branco in the heart of Portugal's Beira Baixa. Celtic-roots, blues-oriented, rock influenced composer. From his first work with ex-Shadows members Chris Hall and Alan Jones called Rainbow's End to his more recent songs featured in SIC television's 'Vinganca' and 'Rebelde Way' Tom shows his ability to produce in different styles.
Twentythirstcenturynet.wordpress.com is forum for poetry, prose and pictures.
The aim is always to offer an insight into the material reality of human lives, that, for the most part, are lived without them ever realising that the nature of life, and death, for that matter, is immaterial.
Explore the Greatest Unsolved Mysteries & Unexplained Phenomena of the World featuring Cryptozoology, Supernatural, Paranormal, Secret Societies, Mystical Places, Lost Civilization, Conspiracies & many more
Urban Fantasist is curated by Charles Christian to bring you a mix of new, free-to-read, sci-fi and fantasy poetry and flash fiction in the Grievous Angel webzine + our blog the Gonzo Newswire to inform and entertain you with news and comment on writing, folklore, pop culture, media, tech, geek stuff, and the just plain weird + our new Electric Haiga section + all Charles Christian's latest fiction and nonfiction books and reviews
Researcher Dave Miller explores the stone panels of Clover Hollow. Did an ancient civilization once inhabit the Appalachian Mountains?
Willem Witteveen (1957) studied nautical sciences and engineering, then spent 15 years as a navigational officer on merchant vessels, followed by 25 years as a maritime pilot in the Port of Rotterdam. His background in navigational sciences, together with his worldwide travels to many different countries, inspired a lifelong interest in ancient civilizations, ancient documents, and ancient writers.
Become a member of World Explorer's Club and receive the magazine with amazing new discoveries related to ancient civilizations from all over the World.
David Hatcher Childress, Founder & World Explorer David Hatcher Childress, known as the real-life Indiana Jones to the many fans of his books, is a captivating individual. He has travelled the world several times over, seeking adventure and the answers to the mysteries of mankind’s past.
A great site packed with information. World-Mysteries.com explores lost civilizations, mystic places, sacred writings, unexplained artifacts and scientific mysteries.
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