Category Archives: Artefacts

Scientist(s) finaly support Erich von Dänikens Theories

In May 2017, Professor Jason Thomas Wright from the stateuniversity of Pennsylvania, published a groundbreaking new scientific paper. In his paper, Prof. Wright basicaly confirms Erich von Dänikens Theories. It’ s clear that more and more scientists change fronts and support the theories of extraterrestrial cultures and interaction with ancient humanity. Read more on phys.org Scientific paper by Prof. Jason Thomas Wright as PDF on arxiv.org

Ancient stoneblades from India puzzle scientists

Scientists discovered more than 7’000 handmade stoneblades in Attirampakkam near the eastindian City of Chennai. These stoneblades may rewrite human history because they have been dated by scientists to be between 385.000 und 172.000 years old. The big question is; who created this stonetools in such a prehistoric time. Because no Bones or Fossils have been found, it’ s still a great mystery who built these tools. Read more on sciencemag.org Official research website sharmaheritage.com

Archaeologists discovered fossil teeth in Germany that could re-write human history

© picture-alliance/dpa/Naturhistorisches Museum Mainz

On Wednesday, the Museum of Natural History in Mainz announced that a team of German archaeologists discovered a puzzling set of teeth in the former riverbed of the Rhine. The teeth don’ t appear to belong to any species discovered in Europe or Asia. They most closely resemble those belonging to the early hominin skeletons of Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis) and Ardi (Ardipithecus ramidus), famously discovered in Ethiopia. But these new teeth, found in the western German town of Eppelsheim near Mainz, are at least 4 million years older than the African skeletons, which has scientists so puzzled they held off publishing for a year. In the press conference announcing the find, Mainz Mayor Michael Ebling claimed the find would force scientists to reconsider the history of early mankind. “I don’t want to over-dramatize it, but I would hypothesize that we shall have to start rewriting the history of mankind after today,” Ebling was quoted as saying. A specialist team will be carrying out further tests on the teeth. More Infos on dw.com. RAMAR-NOTE: This find may be another “Missing Link” in the history of humankind.

Great Godess with hair in a bun found in huge ancient shrine in south Bulgaria

Depiction of the

Depiction of the “Great Godess” from ca. 5000 BC. Photos: Haskovo.info

Unveiled to the Public for the first time in late Dezember 2016, these Objects depict strange beings, which archeologists call “Godess with hair in a bun”. But these artefacts bear a great resemblance to other artefacts that have been found around the world. Especialy the big almond-shaped eyes and the thin nose are very similar to “gray alien”-depictions. Read more RAMAR Mysteries-Link

Forgotten Egyptian Dish Reveals Early Astronomical Symbols of Key Constellations

The Egyptian dish. © Adriano Forgione

The Egyptian dish. © Adriano Forgione

The dish may show that prehistoric Egyptians already depicted the constellations now known as Orion the Hunter, the Hare, Canis Major, and Canis Minor with their ancient symbols. This would mean they were not Greek, but of Egyptian origin. Read more

On the trail of the Balangoda human

Picture: Gayan Pushpika

Picture: Gayan Pushpika

Historians will await with bated breath for the latest findings about Sri Lanka’s pre-historic society that add to the archeological evidence of a civilisation long pre-existing the arrival of the mythical Prince Vijaya. The excavations of archaeologist Prof.Raj Somadeva, on the trail of Balangoda human (Homosapiens balangodensis – the skeletal evidence of anatomically modern homosapiens that lived 30,000 years ago in Sri Lanka) are unravelling a fascinating history that had been suspected all along – that Sri Lanka had had a developed human presence much before the Indian Prince Vijaya’s expedition in 600 BC. In fact, the archaeologists believe modern humans existed in Sri Lanka as far back as 100,000 before present (BP) through the Ice Age. Read more

Paleolithic jewellery: still eye-catching after 50,000 years

The beads are between 45,000 and 50,000 years old in the Upper Paleolithic era. Picture: Maksim Kozlikin

The beads are between 45,000 and 50,000 years old in the Upper Paleolithic era. Picture: Maksim Kozlikin

A fascinating collection of jewellery made of ostrich eggshells is being assembled by archeologists working in the world famous Denisova cave in Altai region. Ostriches in Siberia? 50,000 years ago? Yes, it seems so. Or, at least, their eggshells made it here somehow. In a month that has seen disclosures of the fossil of a tropical parrot in Siberia from at least five million years ago in the Miocene era, this elegant Paleolithic chic shows that our deep history (some 2,000 generations ago, give or take) contains many unexpected surprises. Read more

What Treasures Were Lost in the Destruction of the Great Musaeum of Alexandria?

What Treasures Were Lost in the Destruction of the Great Musaeum of Alexandria?

What Treasures Were Lost in the Destruction of the Great Musaeum of Alexandria?

The monumental Musaeum of Alexandria was famous for its legendary library. The tragic story of the building’s destruction continues to be a painful one for people who love ancient history and literature. So what treasures were lost in its devastating fire? Read more

The Higgs Bison: Mystery species hidden in cave art

Courtesy Carole Fritz

Courtesy Carole Fritz

UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE—Ancient DNA research has revealed that Ice Age cave artists recorded a previously unknown hybrid species of bison and cattle in great detail on cave walls more than 15,000 years ago.

“Finding that a hybridization event led to a completely new species was a real surprise – as this isn’t really meant to happen in mammals,” says study leader Professor Alan Cooper, ACAD Director. “The genetic signals from the ancient bison bones were very odd, but we weren’t quite sure a species really existed – so we referred to it as the Higgs Bison.” Read more