Category: History and Archeolory

Bloodline of Nephilim Giants Allegedly Alive on Earth Today

History and Archeolory

Cliff Dunnin spent his whole life studying this theory and eventually proving it to be true. According to him, these Nephilim Giants were the result of humans and angels procreating and these Giants were anything but peaceful in nature. They resented their rulers, the Gods, and decided to attack them instead. He also mentioned how…

The “Oldest Gold Of Humankind” Discovered In Varna Necropolis – Buried 6,500 Years Ago

History and Archeolory

The oldest known gold objects were discovered in the Varna Necropolis, a burial site on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast dating from 4,560-4,450 BC. Varna Necropolis (also known as the Varna Cemetery) is a massive burial site in Varna’s western industrial zone that is internationally recognized as one of the world’s most important ancient archaeological…

Archaeologists Find Ancient Mass Child Sacrifice In Peru

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Archaeologists in northern Peru say they have found evidence of what could be the world’s largest single case of child sacrifice. The pre-Columbian burial site, known as Las Llamas, contains the skeletons of 140 children who were between the ages of five and 14 when they were ritually sacrificed during a ceremony about 550 years…

A 1,000-Year-Old Surgeon’s Tomb Found in Peru

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The 1,000-year-old surgeon’s tomb in Peru contained various knives and needles and was buried in the lotus flower position. The remains of a person who served as a surgeon during the Middle Sican period (900-1050 AD) were found by experts in the southern necropolis at the Huaca Las Ventanas Mausoleum Temple. Archaeologists have discovered that…

‘Sibling’ of oldest mummified puppy in the world found preserved in permafrost 

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New find in ‘perfect condition’ just two metres from 2011 discovery of 12,400 year old dog. The scientists have moved it back to their laboratory without cleaning it to ensure there is no deterioration before it is properly examined. Picture: Sergey Fyodorov/NEFU Scientists may also have discovered telltale signs of human activity in the same remote…

Archeologists find ancient mummy approximately 1,500 years old in Mongolia

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Remains of suspected female of Turkik origin found in at an altitude of 2,803 metres in the Altai Mountains. ‘The finds show us that these people were very skilled craftsmen.’ Picture: Khovd Museum The ancient human remains are wrapped in felt but the excavation is being hailed as the first complete Turkik burial found in Central Asia.…

7,000 year old Siberian warrior: more advanced than we supposed?

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Buried with stone axe and horn-tipped arrow, ancient human remains have archeologists reshaping their assumptions. ‘It is a fair assumption to say, as this fact proves, that the burial mounds emerged much earlier than the Bronze Age, in Neolithic times.’ Picture: KemSU In a first for Siberia, a burial mound dating to the ‘New Stone Age’…

Skull of 1,000 year old Arctic chieftain’s infant heir found encased in Persian bronze bowl

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Medieval child’s remains buried with a knife and fur clothes for protection in the afterlife by mystery polar civilisation This unique discovery in the extreme north of Russia was part of an elaborate burial of a child from an elite family, aged no older than three when he or she died. Picture: Vesti Yamal The skull…

Schoolgirl finds the world’s oldest lemming preserved in permafrost and dating back 41,000 years

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Angelina Sadovnikova, then 11, came across the mummified Pleistocene rodent in a cavity left by woolly mammoth tusk diggers. Frozen mummy, appearance from the dorsal, right lateral and ventral sides. Picture: Alexey Lopatin et al. The girl, now 14, was with her mother when she made the frozen find on the shore of Tirekhtyakh River close…

World’s northernmost Palaeolithic settlement found on Kotelny island in the Arctic

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Ancient hunters butchered woolly mammoths at Taba-Yuryakh site some 26,000 years ago. The northernmost human site of the Palaeolithic era. Picture: The Siberian Times Experts have confirmed that ancient hunters resided on Kotelny, off the coast of Yakutia, at 75°20′N 141°00′E, a remarkkable 990 kilometres (615 miles) north of the Arctic Circle. Their butchering tools…