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Ancient History

The Dawn of the Genesis Race; Our Extraterrestrial DNA and the True Origins of the Species

By Will Hart

The mysteries of ancient history, such as how the Great Pyramid was built and by whom and why, have been well established over the past four decades. Similar archaeological enigmas litter the landscape around the planet and they raise many difficult questions about the origin of human civilisation.

Ancient Egyptians held dwarves in high esteem

By Ker Than
Dec. 28, 2005

Short stature didn’t prevent dwarves in ancient Egyptian culture from attaining high positions in society. Some served as assistants to the pharaoh, while others were looked up to as gods.

Chahira Kozma, a pediatrician at Georgetown University, examined remains and depictions of dwarves in ancient Egypt and concluded they were respected and that their disorder was not seen as a physical handicap.

The study was detailed in a Dec. 27 online version of the American Journal of Medical Genetics.

Hispanics Uncovering Roots as Inquisition's 'Hidden' Jews

By SIMON ROMERO
October 29, 2005
HOUSTON, Oct. 28 - When she was growing up in a small town in southern Colorado, an area where her ancestors settled centuries ago when it was on the fringes of the northern frontier of New Spain, Bernadette Gonzalez always thought some of the stories about her family were unusual, if not bizarre.

Finding Said to Boost Proof of Goliath

JERUSALEM - Archaeologists digging at the purported biblical home of Goliath have unearthed a shard of pottery bearing an inscription of the Philistine's name, a find they claimed lends historical credence to the Bible's tale of David's battle with the giant

While the discovery is not definitive evidence of Goliath's existence, it does support the Bible's depiction of life at the time the battle was supposed to have occurred, said Dr. Aren Maeir, a professor at Bar-Ilan University and director of the excavation.

THE BROJON CALCULATOR AND STONEHENGE CONNECTION

by Marshall Smith
Editor, Brother Jonathan Gazette
newseditor@brojon.com

The new updated BroJon Earthquake Calculator is now posted for the month of November. Also posted just below the November chart is last month's October chart with the improved algorithm, showing how accurate the Calculator is at predicting the timing and magnitudes of world earthquakes during each month. And how does the Calculator work?

A piece of history

Sunday, July 17, 2005
from Ynet News

A secretive encounter with a Bedouin in a desert valley led to the discovery of two fragments from a nearly 2,000-year-old parchment scroll - the first such finding in decades, an Israeli archaeologist said Friday.

The finding has given rise to hope that the Judean Desert may yield more treasures, said Professor Chanan Eshel, an archaeologist from Tel Aviv's Bar Ilan University.

Chinese made first use of diamond

Stone age craftsmen in China were polishing jade objects using diamond 2,000

years before anyone else had the same idea, new evidence suggests.

Quartz was previously thought to be the abrasive used to polish ceremonial axes in late stone age, or neolithic, China.

But the investigations of a Chinese-US team of scientists indicate that quartz alone would not have been able to achieve such lustrous finishes.

The team reports its diamond findings in the journal Archaeometry.

Harvard University physicist Peter Lu and colleagues studied four ceremonial burial axes, the oldest of

Chinese made first use of diamond

Stone age craftsmen in China were polishing jade objects using diamond 2,000

years before anyone else had the same idea, new evidence suggests.

Quartz was previously thought to be the abrasive used to polish ceremonial axes in late stone age, or neolithic, China.

But the investigations of a Chinese-US team of scientists indicate that quartz alone would not have been able to achieve such lustrous finishes.

The team reports its diamond findings in the journal Archaeometry.

Harvard University physicist Peter Lu and colleagues studied four ceremonial burial axes, the oldest of

The Sinai Files (Sci Fi Story of Moses on Mt Sinai)

By Tzvi Freeman

The classic case, Ministering Angels versus Moses, reported in the Talmud (Shabbat 88a) has been public knowledge for millennia. Only recently, however, due to shifts of power and upheaval in the angelic realms, has the complete story come to light. Here is the entire dialogue as reconstructed by our reporter from some of the declassified transcripts.

Morning of Panic