Update on:Ancient Civilizations, Giants, Tunnels Beneath Southern California?

Posted on Dec 23, 2008 in Nephilim | 5 comments

Share“Dear s8int.com, In the following page Giants, Tunnels Beneath SC you mention a 1932 book “The Death Valley Man”, followed by a description of a tunnel network near Death Valley. The report mentions a northern exit of that network, on the eastern slopes of the mountains that are to the east of the valley, halfway […]

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Three Examples of Pterosaur Survival Into Ancient Times?

Posted on Dec 20, 2008 in Church of Darwin | 2 comments

ShareCopyright 2008 by Chris Parker and s8int.com Photo/Graphic: Institute of Texan Cultures What if pterosaurs did survive into the “age of man”? Do you suppose that they would inspire accounts of “dragons” in ancient cultures the world over down through time? Curiously, there are accounts of winged, reptilian dragons in virtually every culture down through […]

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16th-Century Mapmaker’s Intriguing Knowledge

Posted on Dec 3, 2008 in OOPARTS | 3 comments

ShareBy David Brown Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, November 17, 2008 Thanks to Aram for Forwarding How was it that a German priest writing in Latin and living in a French city far from the coast became the first person to tell the world that a vast ocean lay to the west of the American […]

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Roman Era Lamp Found In England; Bird or Diplodocus?

Posted on Dec 2, 2008 in Dinosaurs in Literature | 2 comments

ShareAnimation:Views of diplodocus and Roman era lamp. From; Victoria County History of Kent Vol. 3 1932 – Romano-British Kent – Country Houses -. This bronze, Roman era lamp is from the time period of first century through the fifth century A.D. There are no doubt some who would assume that this is a depiction of […]

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Ancient Americans: Rewriting the History of the New World -At Least the First Thanksgiving Story is True, Right?

Posted on Nov 25, 2008 in Sophistication of Ancestors | one comment

Shareby Andrew Lawless February 2005 Source: Three Monkeys Online Photo: Veracruz, 450 A.D. One of many examples of the wheel iamong ancient American Artifacts. Ancient Americans allegedly did not have the wheel. LA County Museum. What kind of world was the Americas, before European colonists arrived? Advances in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, ecology, geography […]

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Discovery of Vast Prehistoric Works Built by Giants? The Geoglyphs of Teohuanaco

Posted on Nov 20, 2008 in Nephilim | 4 comments

ShareYou’ve probably already gotten on to this one, and I missed it. Just in case . . . David Flynn, of officialdisclosure.com, announced the discovery of an extensive series of geoglyphs surrounding the Lake Titicaca region last February. These are similar to the Nazca lines but more extensive. They are very old and many are […]

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Meanwhile, While We’re About it, More Dinosaur/Human Interacting in France?

Posted on Nov 16, 2008 in Dinosaurs in Literature | no responses

Share Source: Dave Woetzel; Genesispark.com Taking the opportunity available we now move to another part of France and a different time. This perhaps has little to do with the monuments of Ancient Finistere, but it does have to do with evidence that man and dinosaur interacted with each other in the near and distant past. […]

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Rockwall Texas Giant Human Skull and Underground “Discoveries”

Posted on Nov 10, 2008 in Nephilim | 2 comments

ShareSeveral months ago, a website regular (maybe David Etheridge?) sent me a link to an article about three 1886 stories in the Rockwall Success concerning the Rock Wall in Rockwall Texas, and some “fantastic” discoveries there underneath the wall. Here we use “fantastic” in the sense of nearly unbelievable. One of the reasons that we […]

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Archaeologist Says He Found Oldest Hebrew Writing

Posted on Nov 3, 2008 in OOPARTS | no responses

Share By MATTI FRIEDMAN, Associated Press Writer HIRBET QEIYAFA, Israel – An Israeli archaeologist has discovered what he believes is the oldest known Hebrew inscription on a 3,000-year-old pottery shard — a find that suggests Biblical accounts of the ancient Israelite kingdom of David could have been based on written texts. A teenage volunteer discovered […]

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Edom, King Solomon’s Mines and the Historicity of the Bible

Posted on Oct 28, 2008 in Church of Darwin | no responses

ShareBack in January of 2005, we printed several articles on Thomas Levy’s research in Edom and his finding which suggested that the history presented in the Bible re: David, King Solomon and Edom was correct. Biblical naysayers had been claiming at least from the 1980’s that Biblical chronologies were flawed, made up and/or inaccurate. This […]

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