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« Reply #255 on: October 28, 2019, 02:59:14 PM »


Bad news loves company. Researchers have discovered that it wasn’t just erupting volcanoes, massive amounts of carbon dioxide, oceans full of sulphuric acid, runaway global warming and a thinning ozone layer that caused the end-Triassic mass extinction 201 million years ago.

It was also large quantities of lethal mercury causing plant life to mutate and die.

Four out of the five mass extinctions that occurred over the past 600 million years have been linked to huge and prolonged bursts of volcanic activity.

In the case of the Triassic event – which saw the end of an estimated 40% of land animal genera and 30% of ocean-dwelling groups – there is ample evidence that volcanoes sprang to life across an area known as the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) 100,000 years before the great dying began. It continued, sporadically, for another 700,000.

Such a profound upheaval causes substantial environmental disruption – including long-lasting spikes in carbon dioxide and sulphur combinations that have been regularly and reliably associated with high levels of animal and plant deaths.


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« Reply #256 on: October 28, 2019, 03:01:50 PM »


Abundant liquid mercury, mica, and pyrite found in tunnels beneath the pyramids

This is part one of a two-part exploration of the Ancient Aliens episode, “City of the Gods.”

For part two, see: Was the ancient city of Teotihuacán abandoned when an electromagnetic power plant exploded?

 

As fans of the Ancient Aliens series on the History channel, some episodes really stand out. Season 12, Episode 7, titled “City of the Gods,” is one such example. Although even fans may have some doubts about the often wild ideas and questions about extraterrestrials, this show was stunning. It was so fascinating that this article will be made up of two parts.

The episode covers the Mesoamerican pre-Aztec city of Teotihuacán (pronounced tay-oh-tee-wah-KAHN), founded sometime around 400 BC. Teotihuacán translates as ‘the place where men become gods’ in Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs. The name also translates to “birthplace of the gods,” or “the place where gods were born.”

Nobody knows for sure who built the city, not even the Aztecs, who named the place. It’s a mystery that, of course, leads the show to point to possible ancient aliens. In this case, it seems more probable after you learn more.


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« Reply #257 on: October 31, 2019, 01:03:04 PM »




Was the ancient city of Teotihuacán abandoned when an electromagnetic power plant exploded?

by Corbin Black
This is part two about Ancient Aliens, season 12, episode 7, titled “City of the Gods.”

For part one: Abundant liquid mercury, mica, and pyrite found in tunnels beneath the pyramids

At the pre-Aztec city of Teotihuacán, archaeologists found a river of liquid mercury and the minerals mica and pyrite. Ancient astronaut theorists suspect this was not merely part of a ritual for a glittery effect. Instead, they think these elements were in place as part of advanced technology we have yet to understand. Were the elaborate tunnels and structures truly part of some an electromagnetic power plant that tapped into the natural energies of the planet?
A massive fire

Although the mysterious city of Teotihuacán thrived, home to 200,000 people at one point, it collapsed around the time of a giant fire that left burn marks across wide areas of the site. Ancient astronaut theorists think the hypothetical power plant caused the blast. The fires cover an extensive area of the city.

Mainstream archaeologists, however, believe the fires came deliberately during an uprising of the people. The poor rose up against the elite of the city, leading to the downfall of Teotihuacán until the Aztecs found it abandoned much later.

Before the ‘explosion’ or uprising if you prefer, the city flourished between 100 B.C. and A.D. 650. However, we must note the culture was a brutal one. Many people and animals were sacrificed in rituals. Remains of decapitated people, as well as wolves, jaguars, pumas, rattlesnakes, and eagles, were discovered under the Temple of the Moon in 2004.

Related: Archaeologists uncover secret ‘passage to the underworld’ at Pyramid of the Moon in Teotihuacan
A city aligned with the stars

The city features two enormous structures, the 213-foot-tall Pyramid of the Sun, the third-largest Pyramid in the world. Next comes the 147-foot-tall Temple of the Moon and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent, and a large thoroughfare, the Avenue of the Dead.

The layout of the city, covering over 20 square kilometers, is carefully planned, and scholars note that it is intricately aligned with celestial bodies.

According to Ancient History Encyclopedia:

    “The positioning of temples and pyramids in alignment with the sun on the June solstice and the Pleiades suggests calendar dates were important in rituals, and the presence of buried offerings and sacrificial victims illustrates the belief in the necessity to appease various gods, especially those associated with climate and fertility.”



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« Reply #258 on: November 04, 2019, 10:40:20 AM »
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« Reply #259 on: November 06, 2019, 11:48:41 AM »
The end of the Kali Yuga in 2025: Unraveling the mysteries of the Yuga Cycle



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About the author: Bibhu Dev Misra is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Management and has been working as an Information Technology consultant for more than 14 years. He is also an independent researcher and writer on topics related to ancient civilizations, myths, symbols, science and religion. His research has taken him to many places of historical interest across the globe. His articles have appeared in different journals, magazines, and websites including the New Dawn, Science to Sage, Comsomath, Graham Hancock Forum, Esamskriti, Viewzone and others. He can be contacted at bibhumisra@gmail.com and via his personal blog: http://bibhudev.blogspot.com




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« Reply #260 on: November 08, 2019, 10:59:53 AM »


A Mesopotamian Ziggurat or Ancient Pyramid in Sardinia: Monte D’Accoddi | Ancient Architects

Nov 6, 2019

A recent article on the brilliant website ancient-origins.net, which I’ve linked below, made me aware of the somewhat mysterious and long history of a structure known as Monte D’Accoddi, a pyramidal-type structure on the island of Sardinia with origins that date back to the 4th millennium BC, making it older than the official date given to the pyramids of Egypt. It’s a structure we should all really know about, yet unless you have a specific interest in Sardinian history, you may never have heard of this ancient site. It is known as the Prehistoric Altar of Monte D’Accoddi and there is nothing else quite like it in the whole of Europe, and because of its size and how it looks, it has been compared to a Mesopotamian Ziggurat or a type of stepped pyramid. Experts say the earliest phase of construction dates to 4,000 to 3,650 BC, with a second phase – the ziggurat – being built around 2,800 BC. The whole archaeological complex is fascinating and is still not greatly understood, with standing stones including the Great Menhir, a dolmen structure with clear and obvious acoustic properties and many other residential structures. It was a site of animal sacrifice and there was also a human burial nearby. Not too far away, there is a hypogeum and there is also an egg-shaped stone that has been moved into the Monte D’Accoddi site. This site is typical of Sardinia – the whole history of the island is little understood and incredibly ancient and we still have so much to learn. But the big question remains – why is there a ziggurat on Sardinia? Watch the video now and please subscribe. All images are taken from Google Images for educational purposes only. Some images may originate from megalithomania.co.uk also. Some of the sources used: https://www.ancient-origins.net/anciehttps://news.artnet.com/art-world/anc
Monte D’Accoddi: A Mesopotamian Ziggurat on Sardinia?

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The site of Monte D’Accoddi on Sardinia is one of the most extraordinary mysteries of modern archaeology. It’s a real Babylonian style stepped pyramid that stands on a millenary plain as a reminder of ancient rituals and lost civilizations. Sardinia reveals itself to be a treasure chest forgotten by time that is worth exploration.


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Many imperial Romans had roots in the Middle East, genetic history shows

By Lizzie Wade

Nov. 7, 2019

Two thousand years ago, the streets of Rome bustled with people from all over the ancient world. The empire’s trade routes stretched from North Africa to Asia, and new immigrants poured in every day, both by choice and by force. Now, an ancient DNA study has shown those far-flung connections were written in the genomes of the Romans.

People from the city’s earliest eras and from after the Western empire’s decline in the fourth century C.E. genetically resembled other Western Europeans. But during the imperial period most sampled residents had Eastern Mediterranean or Middle Eastern ancestry. At that time, “Rome was like New York City … a concentration of people of different origins joining together,” says Guido Barbujani, a population geneticist at the University of Ferrara in Italy who wasn’t involved in the study. “This is the kind of cutting-edge work that’s starting to fill in the details [of history],” adds Kyle Harper, a Roman historian at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.

The study, published today in Science, traces 12,000 years of history using genomes from 127 people buried at 29 archaeological sites in and around the city of Rome. Alfredo Coppa, a physical anthropologist at Sapienza University of Rome, sought hundreds of samples from dozens of previously excavated sites. Ron Pinhasi of the University of Vienna extracted DNA from the skeletons’ ear bones, and Jonathan Pritchard, a population geneticist at Stanford University, sequenced and analyzed their DNA.

The oldest genomes came from three hunter-gatherers who lived 9000 to 12,000 years ago and genetically resembled other hunter-gatherers in Europe at the time. Later genomes showed the Romans changed in step with the rest of Europe, as an influx of early farmers with ancestry from Anatolia (what is now Turkey) reshaped the genetics of the entire region some 9000 years ago.

But Rome went its own way from 900 B.C.E. to 200 B.C.E. That’s when it grew from a small town into an important city, says Kristina Killgrove, a Roman bioarchaeologist at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill who wasn’t involved in the study. During its growth, “probably a lot of migration [was] happening,” she says—as the genomes of 11 individuals from this period confirm. Some people had genetic markers resembling those of modern Italians, whereas others had markers reflecting ancestry from the Middle East and North Africa.

That diversity increased even more as Rome became an empire. Between 27 B.C.E. and 300 C.E., the city was the capital of an empire of 50 million to 90 million people, stretching from North Africa to Britain to the Middle East. Its population grew to more than 1 million people. The genetic “diversity was just overwhelming,” Pinhasi says.

But people from certain parts of the empire were far more likely to move to the capital. The study suggests the vast majority of immigrants to Rome came from the East. Of 48 individuals sampled from this period, only two showed strong genetic ties to Europe. Another two had strong North African ancestry. The rest had ancestry connecting them to Greece, Syria, Lebanon, and other places in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East.

That makes sense, Harper says, because at the time, areas to the east of Italy were more populous than Europe; many people lived in big cities such as Athens and Alexandria. And Rome was connected to Greece and the Middle East by the Mediterranean Sea, which was far easier to traverse than overland routes through the Alps, he says.

“The genetic information parallels what we know from historical and archaeological records,” Killgrove says. She and others have identified individuals from imperial Roman cemeteries who likely didn’t grow up in Rome, based on isotopes in their teeth that reflect the water they drank when young—though the studies couldn’t show their precise origins. Ancient texts and words carved on tombstones also point to large populations of immigrants in the city, Harper says.

But once the empire split in two and the eastern capital moved to Constantinople (what is now Istanbul, Turkey) in the fourth century C.E., Rome’s diversity decreased. Trade routes sent people and goods to the new capital, and epidemics and invasions reduced Rome’s population to about 100,000 people. Invading barbarians brought in more European ancestry. Rome gradually lost its strong genetic link to the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. By medieval times, city residents again genetically resembled European populations.

“People perhaps imagine that the amount of migration we see nowadays is a new thing,” Pritchard says. “But it’s clear from ancient DNA that populations have been mixing at really high rates for a long time.”


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« Reply #262 on: November 13, 2019, 04:54:54 PM »




The river Nile is one of the longest rivers on Earth, with the mystery behind its actual age at the heart of a scientific debate and fascinating theories.

The river Nile is at least 30 million years old and as such could be mirroring the course of a plume of mantle material circulating beneath it, according to new research by a team of scientists from the United States, Canada, Italy, and Israel.

The mantle is the largest layer of Earth, consisting of high-pressure rock, and studying it has always presented a challenge due to the depth beneath the crust.

    “Maybe we can use rivers to understand how the mantle flows”, Claudio Faccenna, the study’s first author and a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, was quoted by Gizmodo as saying.

The scientists have presented new evidence in a paper published in Nature Geoscience, that corroborates earlier claims that the Nile may be older that other theories have contested.
Mystery surrounding age of the Nile

There’s long been a discussion over the actual age of the Nile – a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa, the longest river in Africa and one of the longest rivers in the world.

The debate centred on whether it formed from a river redirecting around 5 million years ago or whether a proto-Nile has flowed through the area for 30 million years.

Accordingly, two rival models attempt to explain the history of the Nile.


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« Reply #263 on: November 14, 2019, 06:36:36 AM »

Researchers find one of the last necklaces made by Neanderthals featuring eagle talons

y Stephen D. Foster Jr.

An excavation in a cave occupied by Neanderthals in Spain has uncovered what is considered to be the last necklace ever made by our distant cousins, which features eagle talons that had symbolic meaning and value.

Around 40,000 years ago, Neanderthals roamed the Iberian peninsula and occupied caves near the Mediterranean coast. One such cave, known as Foradada Cave, is located in the Province of Valencia just over two miles from the sea.



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« Reply #264 on: November 14, 2019, 08:08:57 AM »
Kalpa Vigraha Oldest Hindu Idol of Lord Siva (26450 BC)

Around 1959-60, a heavy chest containing the idol was reportedly given to CIA officials for safekeeping at Lo Monthang (called “Mustang” in CIA files) by a Tibetan monk accompanied by Khampa bodyguards. The monk apparently related to the CIA officials the importance of the chest and its contents. A curious CIA official meticulously wrote down the details of what the Buddhist monk told them about the chest and its contents. Why he thought it important to record the Buddhist monk’s story is anybody’s guess. But it also appears that the Americans were initially not quite impressed with the quaint values attached to objects of Oriental worship at that time when their priority was conducting a guerrilla war against the Chinese forces advancing into Tibet.


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« Reply #265 on: November 17, 2019, 01:46:13 PM »
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« Reply #266 on: November 19, 2019, 10:46:28 AM »
Are billionaires buying up land away from the coasts based on prophecies or inside information?


These days, life on our fragile planet seems to be under threat on numerous fronts, from climate change to pollution, to overpopulation, to nuclear war. Of course, there also remain various threats entirely out of humanity’s control, such as the possibility of a severe polar shift, a giant solar flare from the Sun, or an asteroid strike, to name a few doomsday scenarios.

People are just beginning to make feeble efforts to address the former threats created or made much worse by human activities, but what about the latter natural cosmic threats? If we follow the money, it appears that some privileged people have been making clear escape plans in recent years.

An article from Forbes follows the billionaires who have been buying up farmland in America and around the world. The locations, far away from the coasts, seem to indicate an intent to escape in the event of a rise in sea level, where survivors could provide resources for self-sustained survival.


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« Reply #267 on: November 19, 2019, 02:00:40 PM »
Are billionaires buying up land away from the coasts based on prophecies or inside information?


These days, life on our fragile planet seems to be under threat on numerous fronts, from climate change to pollution, to overpopulation, to nuclear war. Of course, there also remain various threats entirely out of humanity’s control, such as the possibility of a severe polar shift, a giant solar flare from the Sun, or an asteroid strike, to name a few doomsday scenarios.

People are just beginning to make feeble efforts to address the former threats created or made much worse by human activities, but what about the latter natural cosmic threats? If we follow the money, it appears that some privileged people have been making clear escape plans in recent years.

An article from Forbes follows the billionaires who have been buying up farmland in America and around the world. The locations, far away from the coasts, seem to indicate an intent to escape in the event of a rise in sea level, where survivors could provide resources for self-sustained survival.


https://www.ancient-code.com/are-billionaires-buying-up-land-away-from-the-coasts-based-on-prophecies-or-inside-information/

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Answer: of course they are. they are sure they can purchase their way out of consequences.
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« Reply #268 on: December 01, 2019, 03:55:52 PM »


Were other humans the first victims of the sixth mass extinction?

Nine human species walked the Earth 300,000 years ago. Now there is just one. The Neanderthals, Homo neanderthalensis, were stocky hunters adapted to Europe’s cold steppes. The related Denisovans inhabited Asia, while the more primitive Homo erectus lived in Indonesia, and Homo rhodesiensis in central Africa.

Several short, small-brained species survived alongside them: Homo naledi in South Africa, Homo luzonensis in the Philippines, Homo floresiensis (“hobbits”) in Indonesia, and the mysterious Red Deer Cave People in China. Given how quickly we’re discovering new species, more are likely waiting to be found.

By 10,000 years ago, they were all gone. The disappearance of these other species resembles a mass extinction. But there’s no obvious environmental catastrophe – volcanic eruptions, climate change, asteroid impact – driving it. Instead, the extinctions’ timing suggests they were caused by the spread of a new species, evolving 260,000-350,000 years ago in Southern Africa: Homo sapiens.

The spread of modern humans out of Africa has caused a sixth mass extinction, a greater than 40,000-year event extending from the disappearance of Ice Age mammals to the destruction of rainforests by civilisation today. But were other humans the first casualties?


https://theconversation.com/were-other-humans-the-first-victims-of-the-sixth-mass-extinction-126638
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« Reply #269 on: December 09, 2019, 02:24:43 PM »

An Iron Age shield that was discovered in Yorkshire, England has been called “the most important British Celtic art object of the millennium”. The shield was found in a “warrior grave” that was unearthed in Pocklington last year at a housing development site called “The Mile”.

The face of the 30-inch bronze shield (pictures can be seen here) contained swirling and asymmetrical patterns along with a central raised boss. In fact, the swirling pattern was quite common in early Celtic art and the “La Tène” culture that inhabited Europe from approximately 450-1 B.C. Additionally, it had a puncture hole that would have been made by a sword and there was evidence of repair work done to the shield.



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