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.orgOfficial research website sharmaheritage.com
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
Ancient Earthworks in the Ukraine may be the biggest Solar Observatory in the World.
More than thirty man-made hills with different forms were located in an area of about twenty square kilometers. And the hills are not scattered randomly. They are organized by mathematical proportions and create the sacred geometry of Bezvodovka.
Ancient astronomers could use the observatory, not only as a solar calendar and for holding associated religious rites, but also as a tool to calculate the lunar cycle known as the Meton cycle, as well as to study the motion of the planets and stars in the sky. Long-term observation of the motion of celestial bodies, and knowledge of the laws of celestial mechanics, allowed the determination of the date of the lunar and solar eclipses and even the displacement of the equinoxes on the horizon due to variations in the Earth’s axis called precession. Read more
Traces of an unknown Species have been discovered in South and Southeast Asian Population. But no archaeological Remains of that Species has been found so far. Is this Species the so called “Missing Link”?
Researchers have determined that our genome –of modern humans— is formed by fragments of at least four different Species. Three of those species – Homo Sapiens, Neanderthals, and Denisovans— are known to researchers. However, a new study has proven there is a mysterious ‘fourth kind’ of species which we know nothing about. Read moreNature Genetics Scientific Paper
A skull that seems to suggest it’s from another world has been discovered…but what is it? Danish workers on Denmark’s Sealand Island, were replacing hundred year old sewer pipes, under a building that once belonged to a butcher, when they dug up an amazing humanoid skull. Read more
Could Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa be an ancient man-made Pyramid?
A team of archaeologists, lead by the Bosnian Semir Osmanagić, released a new research, in which they claim that Mount Kilimanjaro is actually a human-made pyramid built by an unknown civilization, at some time between 12,000 and 10,000 BC. Read more
Ancient Settlements under 2.3 km of Antarctic Ice.
Recently released remote sensing photography of NASA’s Operation IceBridge mission in Antarctica led to a fascinating discovery when images revealed what some experts believe could be the existence of a possible ancient human settlement lying beneath an impressive 2.3 kilometers of ice. Read more