Ancestors of East Asians had Sexual Encounters with Two Distinct Denisovan Populations During Early Migrations Which Populated Asia. Sex always sells in the media; perhaps then it should come as […]» Read more
Category: Ancient Mysteries
Delve deep into the mysteries of our ancient past and discover incredible insights about our human nature.
Scientists and independent researchers have publicly speculated on the purpose of the mysterious Göbekli Tepe megalithic complex in southern Turkey. The question that the experts seem unable to address is the identity of the builders. Having completed an in-depth investigation of human origins and early migrations, it is now appropriate to reveal my extraordinary findings – Göbekli Tepe is the product of Aboriginal Australian culture.» Read more
nterview Starts 34:05 Bruce Fenton, author of The Forgotten Exodus – the Into Africa Theory of Human Evolution joins us for another long uninterrupted chat. He talks about his new book, an accumulation of the latest scientific research into our origins as the human race. Our current mainstream model of “out of Africa” still holds fast – barely – despite the amount of research that contradicts it. Bruce gets into the details of this evidence and we chat about lineages vs species, Homo Erectus – the wanderer, the earliest tool makers, the profound archaeological sites including the lost city of Giants in Equador, the sudden explosion of evolution and how Toba was just about the end of our species. We also get a little deeper into underground migrations, species vs trait evolution, the hobbit’s and the giants, and some recovered artifacts. http://brucefenton.info/into-africa-theory» Read more
Bruce Fenton, the author of “Forgotten Exodus: The Into Africa Theory of Human Evolution” discusses his theories about the very real possibility that Humanity as we understand it originated in Australia and worked its way into Africa. To listen to part 2 go to thecosmicswitchboard.com. Bruce’s website is brucefenton.info
Bruce talks about his knowledge of the “Lost City of Giants” in Ecuador and his days researching in South America which led him to research the Australian origins of humanity. Bruce talks about the fallacies surrounding the notion of “Hunters and Gatherers” and the possibility of an ape like ancestor never existed.
Life depends on water, but for thousands of years, it’s also played a role in many religions. The earliest known example of this is the Great Bath at Mohenjo Daro in the Indus Valley civilisation in Northern India and Pakistan. Nothing is known about the religion of these people but this impressive structure, which dates to the 3rd-millennium b.c.e, is believed to have been used for purification rituals.» Read more
Tomorrow, as the solstice occurs, join me in turning eyes to the sky, maybe, just maybe, we will catch a glimpse of the cosmic mother giving birth to a better age for all humanity and the children of the future…» Read more
Halloween, celebrated on 31 October, is a time for fun and pumpkin games, but not many people know its origin. These spooky festivities were derived from the Christian festival […]» Read more
The Babylonian, allegorical, legend is an earlier version of the story of the Garden of Eden which also tells it in allegorical form and which explains what happened to man when the knowledge was misused.» Read more
What’s not generally appreciated about the Hindu ‘multi-headed’ serpent, and other related serpent traditions, is that they were popular in Egypt and pre-Colombian Central America and they still are of special significance among the West African Dogon who follow a version of the Early World religion.» Read more
This is a video from one of my research trips, you can see a wonderful collection of Inca and pre-Inca artefacts in the collection of local historian, Luis Lara.» Read more
In order to appreciate the deeper significance of Egyptian Afterlife beliefs, we need to bear in mind that numerous people in the Early World people had legends about a great civiliser who taught their ancestors agriculture and many useful arts.» Read more
According to the established view, apart from a few Vikings, people in the Old and New Worlds were not in contact with each other prior to the travels of Columbus, 500 years ago.» Read more
What’s known about Stonehenge is that it wasn’t a residence, or a fortified enclosure, or merely an astronomical marker» Read more