Mudlarking on the River Thames. A Mudlark is someone that hunts for treasure, they range from 2,000 year old Roman coins, to old clay pipes. Metal detectorists have discovered amazing things
The maypole and its various celebratory dances have a long history, religious and secular. They were also put into celebrations of Communism in 1917.
This article explores the way that archaeologists such as Wilhelm Dorpfeld and Manfred Korfmann have significantly contributed to our understanding of Troy and how it relates to Homer's 'The Iliad'
This article explores the Piri Reis Map and lost civilizations. Past Polar Shifts, ice ages and how they came to be. How these ancient people could have possible been aware of these mysteries and how they pertain to modern times.
This story shows the history of Cahokia, a pre-Columbian historical and archaeological site in Illinois. It also highlights recent excavations regarding Cahokia's moon cult.
Clearing the air on Nibiru or Planet X and the 2012 Polar Shift. Why the cover up has been so complete and when did it start are all revealed in this easy to read article. The history of the search for Planet X and what happens when astronomers try to reveal the facts to the public.
Mankind always had a fascination with the lost civilizations, fictitious underwater cities and the wonders of the world. The idea and concept of a lost city, besides an evident excavation, has been enforced strongly upon the human consciousness by popular culture mechanisms like 3D games, films and...
One of the astonishing structures of classical antiquity is the Statue of Zeus. Built primarily to honor the King of Greek Gods and Goddesses, this humongous figure of the Greek God of Thunder was housed in the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece
Mahabalipuram - The Cultural Heritage of India South India boasts many beautiful examples of architectural finesse in its temples and monuments. About 60 km away from Chennai, the capital of the state of Tamilnadu, is Mahabalipuram, a UNESCO world heritage...
Transparency calls for full recognition of the final landing site of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan. We may have it soon.