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The winter solstice has a special effect at Ireland’s most famous megalith.
The discovery of an ancient man entombed in the Alps’ ice was one of the greatest finds of the last century.
Most people have heard of Stonehenge and Cheops, but archaeologists have discovered monuments built many years earlier.
Approximately between 1860 and 1930, in some cases even later, there was a discussion about flint findings from Paleocene to Pliocene strata which were similar to tools.PDF Download
Read excerpts from the book The Genius of Ancient Man by Don Landis
Fairly sophisticated optical technology was being used soon after the Flood ended. Although the evidence has been available in museums and other places for many years, up until recently it has been largely ignored because of the mindset that ancient people were primitive.
Fifty years ago, the then Director of the Baghdad Museum, Wilhelm Konig, reported the discovery of an electric battery 2,000 years old.
An item of possible minor interest appeared in Time magazine, Sept 25th, 1978 p.72. It reports the findings of anthropologist Peter Schmidt who studied the Haya people of Tanzania.