JOJO POST STAR GATES: AN UNKNOWN CIVILIZATION, UNBELIEVABLE ARTIFACTS, MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF GOLD, depictions of strange figures CONNECTING AMERICA TO SUMERIA, and symbols belonging to an UNKNOWN LANGUAGE. The account of what occurred reveals once again a conspiracy to hide the truth from the eyes of the public. Father Crespi and the missing golden artefacts The story of father Crespi is one of the most enigmatic stories ever told.
Artifacts in northern Quebec could be 7,000 years old A Quebec archaeological team will begin its work at an extraordinary site this week, as it explores a settlement that could be as old as the invention of the wheel. Archaeologists believe the stone relics were made using a grinding technique, different than later techniques of chipping [Credit: Waskaganish Cultural Institute/Facebook]
JOJO POST STAR GATES: Researchers revealed in December 2009 the first images from the Caribbean Sea floor of what they claim are the archaeological remains of an ancient civilization. Guarding the location's coordinates carefully they believe the city could be thousands of years old - possibly even pre-dating the ancient Egyptian pyramids at Giza.
Radioactive Remains Found in Ancient Cities: In Harrapa and Mohenjo-Daro, radiation levels are so high in the ruins that people theorize that an atomic bomb explosion around 1500 BCE killed the population. Many people believe this to be ridiculous, and the theories are full of pseudoscience, but people still argue over it.
Archaeologists discover ruins of Elymais temple in southwestern Iran - TEHRAN -- A team of Iranian and Italian archaeologists has unearthed ruins of an ancient temple in an Elymais site in the Kaleh Chendar region in southwestern Iran, the Iranian director of the team announced on Saturday.
A total of eight big circles have been recorded in west central Jordan, between the Wadi el-Hasa and the edge of the Shara escarpment. There is also a second group, made of four Big Circles, just north of Azraq Oasis. Pictured is circle J1, known locally as Qasr Abu el-Inaya. It is located 2.4 miles (4km) west of the Hedjaz Railway and Desert Highway
Mini-Colosseum of 'Gladiator' Emperor Found - The Roman emperor Commodus might have cultivated the skills showcased in Ridley Scott’s blockbuster film “Gladiator” in a personal miniature Colosseum on his estate near Rome. Archaeologists from Montclair State University, in New Jersey, believe that a large oval area with curved walls and floors made of marble is, in fact, the arena where the emperor killed wild beasts, earning the nickname “the Roman Hercules,” as recorded in historical…
Mysterious underground tunnels found on all continents... The oldest tunnels, whose age is estimated at about one million years old, found in 1965 by Argentine Juan ethnologist Maurice. In Ecuador, in the province of Morona-Santiago, his expedition explored and mapped the system of tunnels, mostly rectangular, lies at a depth of 230 meters. Their smooth walls seem polished.