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Ancient Egyptian Flying Vehicles

Ancient Egyptian Flying Vehicles

These images were found on the ceiling beams of a 3000-year old New Kingdom Temple, located several hundred miles south of Cairo and the Giza Plateau, at Abydos.

From this images we see many craft that resemble modern day flying machines.

Stonehenge Then

Most people in antiquity were cousins to aboriginal peoples of today, always in thorough contact with their Environment meant that their sight transcended to what they felt. This spawned artistic constructions big and small, all very much with striking contrasts inspired by nature giving the greatest impressions. Consider looking at any modern aboriginal art and find that the ancients still live amongst us.

Early Mayas Were Chocoholics, Scientists Say

Wed Jul 17, 2002

LONDON (Reuters) - Humans developed a fondness for chocolate about 2,600 years ago when the Mayas used earthenware teapots to prepare cacao drinks, American researchers said on Wednesday.

The discovery by scientists from Hershey Foods in Hershey, Pennsylvania and the University of Texas in Austin means chocoholism began 1,000 years earlier than scientists had previously thought.

Peru Archaeologists Find 25 Mummies

Wed Jul 10, 2002

LIMA, Peru (AP) - Peruvian archaeologists have unearthed some 25 mummies and evidence of human sacrifices under a dusty shantytown in the southern outskirts of the capital.

The find was made on the site of Armatambo, a pre-Columbian Indian city dating between 1100 and 1400 A.D. archaeologist Daniel Guerrero told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

It brings to 220 the number of mummies found at the excavations under the shantytown of Virgen del Morro since the dig began in 1992, said Guerrero.

Archeological Dig May Uncover Edison Artifacts

Thu Jul 11, 2002

By Christine Gardner

EDISON, N.J. (Reuters) - An archeological dig at Thomas Edison's Menlo Park laboratory site has uncovered what an Edison expert believes is the basement of the inventor's office building and hopes it will yield artifacts from the man who made the world's first light bulb and phonograph.

Edison historian Jack Stanley, who is leading the dig, said a crevice lined with craggy red bricks is believed to lead into the basement of the now-destroyed 1882 building that housed Edison's library and stood next to the famed laboratory.

Ancient City Found In India Irradiated By Nuclear Blast 8,000 Years Ago

Excerpt from the World Island Review, January 1992
 
Radiation still so intense, the area is highly dangerous
 
A heavy layer of radioactive ash in Rajasthan, India, covers a three-square mile area, ten miles west of Jodhpur. Scientists are investigating the site, where a housing development was being built.
 
For some time it has been established that there is a very high rate of birth defects and cancer in the area under construction.

Grave Is One of Europe's Richest

Thu May 16, 2002

By AUDREY WOODS, Associated Press Writer

LONDON - A 4,000-year-old grave found near Stonehenge contains the remains of an archer and a trove of artifacts that make it one of the richest early Bronze Age sites in Europe, archaeologists said Thursday.

"It's a fantastically important discovery both for the number of artifacts found in that grave and the range of artifacts. It's absolutely unique," said Gillian Varndell, a curator of the British Museum's prehistory department.

Petra, Jordan: The Rose Colour City

Petra, Jordan: The Rose Colour City

For Indy fans, The Last Crusade was filmed here. In the movie, it was the "Valley of the Sickle Moon" (the entrance is through a gorge or siq) and the resting place of the Holy Grail or the Cup of Christ. Just like the movie, Petra was indeed lost for centuries but at one time it was a major hub on the trade route....

Circa 1200 BC, this was the home of the Edomites.