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Day: August 2, 2020

The Red and the Bent Pyramid at Dashur

  The Great Pyramid has lent its name as a sort of by-word for paradoxes; and, as moths to a candle, so are theorisers attracted to it. The very fact that the subject was so generally familiar, and yet so little was accurately known about it, made it the more enticing; there were plenty of […]

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Baalbek (Baalbeck)

  Introduction Baalbeck is a city in eastern Lebanon famous chiefly for its magnificent, excellently preserved Roman temple ruins. It was a flourishing Phoenician town when the Greeks occupied it in 331 B.C. They renamed it “Heliopolis” (City of the Sun). It became a Roman colony under the Emperor Augustus in 16 B.C..On its acropolis, […]

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Kailasa Temple near Ajanta and Ellora

  Kailasa Temple near Ajanta and Ellora Introduction The Kailasa or the Kailasanatha, is the unrivaled centerpiece of Ellora. This is designed to recall Mount Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva – looks like a freestanding, multi-storeyed temple complex, but it was carved out of one single rock, and covers an area double the size of […]

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Atlantis

  Atlantis is the subject of a legend about an advanced island civilization that was destroyed or lost. Stories about Atlantis are first mentioned in Plato’s dialogues Timaeus and Critias, in which characters say it was destroyed by an earthquake or a tsunami about 9,000 years before the time in which Plato wrote. The story […]

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Nazca

Hummingbird Glyph at Nazca  NAZCA The glyphs and lines at Nazca are oriented along the alignment of ancient sites. The image below of the glyphs at Nazca with a compass bearing, is available on the internet, but it is usually oriented away from the cardinal points so that the figures are roughly horizontal and vertical. […]

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Evolutionary Cracks

Buried in the sandy hillside of the slope was an arm bone—the single bone that eventually led to the unearthing of a skeleton that was nearly 40% complete. While the description of this now-famous find might lead one to think that it was similar to some serendipitous treasure unearthed in a movie script, the truth […]

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A Link between Mesopotamia and Americas?

A Link between Mesopotamia and Americas? Some researchers reject the dogmatic idea that the New World was isolated prior to 1492. There is some compelling evidence that the ancient peoples from Mesopotamia may have crossed the Atlantic ages before Columbus. The images below represent very much the same religious symbolism. Also, please notice the object […]

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The Golden Section

   THE GOLDEN SECTION The Greek letter phi (φ) signifies the golden section, also known as the divine proportion of 1.618 to one. The mathematical formula for φ is the square root of five plus one, divided by two. If a line is divided with the ratio of φ between the longer segment and the shorter segment, the ratio […]

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The Prehistoric Alignment of World Wonders

THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS JIM ALISONPART I – THE GREAT CIRCLE Great circles are straight lines that go all the way around the center of the earth. The equator is a great circle. Meridians of longitude that cross over the north and south poles are also great circles. For every location on a great […]

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