Scientist(s) finaly support Erich von Dänikens Theories

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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 […]

Ancient stoneblades from India puzzle scientists

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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 […]

PHANTASTIC: Scientists discover mysterious 30-meter-long hidden space inside the great pyramid of Giza!

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According to an article, published in the Nature-journal this tuesday, an international group of scientists has used modern technology to visualize the inside of the pyramid. For the first Time since the 19th century, scientists discovered a large, previously unidentified chamber inside the Great Pyramid in Giza by using muon-detectors. This newly discovered large space […]

5500 year old megalithic tombs found in Poland

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Megalithic tombs seem to appear worldwide. In the rural area of Góry in eastern Wielkopolska, Poland, ancient megalithic tombs have been discovered which are about 5500 Years old. “The earthen mounds of the Góry megaliths are up to 90 meters long and 1.5 meters high and are in a very good state,” reports a press […]

A temple to a pre-Columbian god of wind has been unearthed near downtown Mexico City

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Archaeologists on Wednesday announced the discovery of a pre-Columbian temple in central Mexico City believed to have been built for Ehecatl-Quetzalcoatl, the god of wind. The circular platform, approximately 36 feet (11 meters) in diameter and four feet (1.2 meters) tall, had been built in the pre-Hispanic city of Tlatelolco, an economic rival to the […]