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This website invites you to a journey into the past, when the so-called Sea Peoples raided the coasts of the Eastern Mediterranean and Greek heroes set off to conquer legendary Troy. The majority of civilizations around the Eastern Mediterranean disa

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A carved stela that I photographed on Cerro Gordo de Teotihuacan contains a symbol for a comet, which identical to the symbol of a comet on the Tugaloo Rock, found in Northeast Georgia. While two of the ships pictured on the Tugaloo Rock are identic

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Essentially, academicians and folklorists created a caricature of North America's past. A few big tribes, created by the assimilation of the remnants of the Indigenous American Holocaust, eventually became "federally recognized tribes" and ulti

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Most of the pyramids are left overgrown to protect the environmentally sensitive cangagua blocks. However, the largest pyramid, pyramid 9, has a wide gap in the middle where previous landowners of the site sent a channel of water through in search of

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This past Wednesday I discovered that the people living in the aboriginal territory of the Scots . . . Ulster, the Atlantic Coast of Scotland and the Orkney Islands, like the Uchee and Creeks, rolled their R's so hard that speakers of other langu

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Ancient Bactria was located between the Hindu Kush mountain range and the Amu Darya river, covering the flat region that we today recognize as modern-day Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Bactria was the birthplace of Zoroastrianism, and later also hosted

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