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It’s only a surprise if you have preconceived ideas

Posted On: Aug 20th, 2019 at 06:51

Europe / Asia Sometimes I scratch my head a lot, not due to fleas or lice, but when I read these articles.It should be quite apparent by now that scientific knowledge is only valid at the current time, for tomorrow something comes along that changes preconceived ideas and so-called fact. There are countless quotes from … Read More


New monuments discovered near Newgrange

Posted On: Aug 8th, 2019 at 08:46

**Breaking News** Republic of Ireland Up to 40 new structures have been found at Brú na Bóinne, near the famous Newgrange Neolithic site. Of the dozens of structures discovered, many are early Neolithic houses and Bronze Age burial tombs.The jewel in the crown, however, is a structure aligned with the winter solstice, and the article … Read More


Neanderthals were far more advanced than us

Posted On: Aug 5th, 2019 at 10:38

Spain / Europe Having reported on this subject several times previously, it’s worth reiterating these elements because, as the article states, the myth still persists of the docile, unintelligent species that were wiped out by the more intelligent and rising homo sapiens sapiens. So, let’s look at the evidence. It was thought Neanderthal artistry was … Read More


I know I said this two years ago but… New website coming soon!

Posted On: Jul 26th, 2019 at 21:23

Finally, two years since it was first instigated, a new website is being created to accommodate the next level of work that I’ve been quietly working on. The current website was designed from a personal perspective and for the purposes of the first book. Now, after 7 years, it’s looking tired and simple and needs … Read More


Pharaoh Ptolemy II’s eye doctor found… in Madrid

Posted On: Jul 16th, 2019 at 11:32

Egypt / Spain Obviously he couldn’t see where he was going… https://elpais.com/elpais/2019/01/07/inenglish/1546880586_334568.amp.html


Game changer – “marble pyramid” blows the lid off ancient Greek history

Posted On: Jul 13th, 2019 at 07:36

Greece On a small islet, Dhaskalio, in the Aegean, archaeologists have been working for four years on what has turned out to be “the largest prehistoric marine transport operation that has ever come to light anywhere in the world”.The date – 2200 BC.This has profound implications for several reasons:Firstly, during that time Greece was in … Read More


Finally, scientists thinking outside the box – Stonehenge acoustics

Posted On: Jul 12th, 2019 at 13:19

England At last, someone is thinking in the ways we need to start thinking about our ancient heritage. I have known for a long time that our ancestors were using technologies we do not use today, and sound frequency is one example.Sometime around the early 1990s I was in the Land’s End Peninsula with my … Read More


Newly Discovered Maya City Contained Millions of inhabitants

Posted On: Jul 8th, 2019 at 09:27

Guatemala A massive city has been discovered by LiDar in Guatamala that shows the city was so huge it once had a population of millions. In a flash, that’s adding millions to the previously thought population figures.Of course I am not surprised by this discovery!The story of the Maya and its collapse has about as … Read More


Ancient city of Kweneng rediscovered in South Africa

Posted On: Jul 5th, 2019 at 14:16

South Africa A 15th Century settlement that eventually grew into a city with around 10,000 inhabitants has been rediscovered in South Africa.Although the site has been known about for a long time, and thought to just contain a few scattered settlements, LiDar has actually shown that it was once a relatively large city that covered … Read More


Merhgarh – one of the oldest sites in the world

Posted On: Jun 27th, 2019 at 11:20

Pakistan It’s been a while since I’ve posted an article. After three weeks in Hampi carrying out research for the book, I’m currently now in Kerala spending most of my time organising the findings and rewriting parts, as well as coming up with new ideas to expand it. Merhgarh dates from the 8th millennium BC … Read More


Astonishing! Kennewick man has DNA link to Kennewick Man!

Posted On: May 16th, 2019 at 08:02

United States An American woman, Alexis Sanchez, due to a strange coincidence in a library, has discovered her father is directly related to Kennewick Man, the controversial 9,000-year-old skeleton that was found on the banks of the Colombia River in 1996 by Will Thomas and David Deacy. Jim Chatters, an archaeologist, then undertook many visits … Read More


**Breaking News** “UK’s answer to Tutankhamen”?

Posted On: May 9th, 2019 at 04:33

**Breaking News** England “UK’s answer to Tutankhamen”? Do these people ever stop with the sensationalist garbage? It’s a bit like finding a fishing boat at the bottom of the sea off the Cornwall coast, and hailing it as Britain’s Titanic. Click bait garbage, and it only succeeds in reducing the importance of the find. Why … Read More


Last year’s devastating monsoon floods reveal ancient site in Kerala

Posted On: Apr 28th, 2019 at 07:26

India As we prepare for this year’s monsoon rains, last year saw dreadful floods in Kerala that took the lives of hundreds of people. I have a friend in Kerala and I was privy to videos that were not shown on any western media outlets. People were being swept away to their deaths and no … Read More


The race to preserve little-known pyramid tombs in Algeria

Posted On: Apr 25th, 2019 at 08:34

Algeria It’s thought these tombs were for the Berber elite, but no one knows for sure, according to the article. Now teams are trying to preserve the tombs by attempting to obtain World Heritage status, an application that seems unlikely in my eyes… https://phys.org/news/2019-01-algeria-ancient-pyramid-tombs-shrouded.html


Another brain dead theory – this time on the Moai of Easter Island

Posted On: Apr 23rd, 2019 at 11:12

Easter Island I would say this theory is utter nonsense, but I have to make a bigger stress with my vocabulary and say it’s utter bollocks. Seriously, do these people have any intelligence at all? How do they even get funding? Are they educated, or just programmed to fill our minds with anything but actual … Read More


They’re at it again – regurgitating the outdated and defunct theory…

Posted On: Apr 21st, 2019 at 07:17

Philippines So let’s start with a quote from the article: “That could mean primitive human relatives left Africa and made it all the way to South-East Asia, something not previously thought possible.” They just can’t leave it alone, can they… Not a single scientist can think outside of the box. Not a single scientist can … Read More


**Breaking News** UK migration from Turkey around 6,000 years ago

Posted On: Apr 16th, 2019 at 04:35

United Kingdom / Great Britain / England First of all let’s not allow ourselves to be fooled by the ridiculous headline – that this migration consisted of those who built Stonehenge. It’s becoming tiring. There is no evidence these people built Stonehenge, and we will never know who did. For all we know, a group … Read More


13th Century catapult ball found at Edinburgh Castle

Posted On: Apr 2nd, 2019 at 18:37

Scotland Back in December, archaeologists found a catapult ball that was likely fired at the walls of Edinburgh Castle in the siege of 1296. You would think such items are common, but this is actually a rare find since most castles don’t have excavations carried out around their perimeter. https://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/catapult-ball-fired-at-edinburgh-castle-in-13th-century-siege-discovered-in-hotel-site-dig-1-4849752


Egypt’s 2018 archaeological discoveries

Posted On: Mar 8th, 2019 at 13:17

Egypt We very rarely receive a nicely put together compilation of discoveries from a single location, so this article is rather refreshing in this respect. Egypt had a fruitful year when it comes to new discoveries, one of the best in a decade or more, and this article places these discoveries in context. Oh, another … Read More


Bolivia’s part-underwater museum on Lake Titicaca to be opened in 2020

Posted On: Mar 2nd, 2019 at 14:48

Bolivia A part-underwater museum that will show artefacts and structures from what is thought to be the Tiahuanaco civilisation will be completed by 2020. For Bolivia, ranked the poorest country in South America, this is a magical project that will attract tens of thousands of visitors every year. I am certain that this will be … Read More