Dr David Kelly The betrayal of Dr David Kelly, 10 years on Andrew Gilligan, the journalist at the centre of the 'dodgy dossier’ row, reflects on the shocking facts that have emerged since Dr David Kelly’s death
Five skulls were found that still exist in Ica, Peru, and Merida, Mexico. They have a brain cavity area ranging from 2200 CC to 3200 CC. Modern humans average 1450 CC in size with the largest human skull to date at 1980 CC. All these skulls have Neanderthal (post-flood humans) characteristics. They are huge in size and come from an unknown species according to science. In fact according to science they do not exist at all but for the fact that they are viewable today.
Not far from the famous Inca city of Machu Picchu lies Sacsayhuaman, a strange embankment of stone walls located just outside of Cuzco. The series of three walls was assembled from massive 200-ton blocks of rock and limestone, and they are arranged in a zigzag pattern along the hillside, capable of withstanding earthquakes in the region. The longest is roughly 1000 feet in length and each stands some fifteen feet tall. The monument is in astonishingly good condition for its age.
Rock of ages! Ancient carvings unearthed on Nevada boulders could be the oldest in America and date back nearly 15,000 YEARS
25,000 Year Old Buildings Found In Russia? The Mysterious Dolmens And Megaliths Of The Caucasus In Russia, in the Caucasus mountains, there are hundreds of megalithic monuments. . All these megalithic dolmens you see below in the pictures are dated from 10,000 years to 25,000 years ago, according to the website Kykeon. Other archaeologists put the age of these megalithic structures at 4000 to 6,000 years old.
An assembly of huge stone slabs found in Egypt’s Sahara Desert that date from about 6500 years to 6000 years ago has been confirmed by scientists to be the oldest known astronomical alignment of megaliths in the world.
Human headed lions, Nineveh, near present day Mosul, Iraq. Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as 6000 BC and, by 3000 BC, had become an important religious center for worship of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar. The early city (and subsequent buildings) were constructed on a fault line and, consequently, suffered damage from a number of earthquakes.
8,000 year old fortress stands at the centre of regional capital Erbil, 80 Km east of Mosul in Iraq. The site of the citadel was occupied as early as the Neolithic period, as pottery fragments have been found on the slopes of the mound. Further proof of occupation comes from the Chalcolithic period, with pottery of the Ubaid and Uruk periods in the Jazira and SE Turkey.