Stonehenge Beneath the Waters of Lake Michigan?

Posted on Jan 9, 2009 in OOPARTS | one comment

ShareImage: Standing stones beneath Lake Michigan? “In a surprisingly under-reported story from 2007, Mark Holley, a professor of underwater archaeology at Northwestern Michigan University College, discovered a series of stones – some of them arranged in a circle and one of which seemed to show carvings of a mastodon – 40-feet beneath the surface waters […]

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Giant Rock Formation Resembling a City Wall has been Discovered Under the Taiwan Strait

Posted on Jan 6, 2009 in OOPARTS | one comment

Share A giant rock formation resembling a city wall has been discovered under the Taiwan Strait. The 220 meter stretch (721 feet) of basalt rock was found by biodiversity researcher Jeng Ming-hsiou. He said it was likely to have been formed by a volcanic eruption up to 1,800 years ago. (Question; does being a biodiversity […]

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A Brief Review of a Selection of Incredible, Lost, Forgotten or Ignored News from Our Recent Past,……Part III

Posted on Dec 30, 2008 in Cryptids | no responses

ShareBy Chris Parker Copyright 2008 and Chris Parker Part I of this Article Part II of this Article Graphic:Augmented Ica Stone from Ancient Peru showing altercation between man and dinosaur. Click for more info Story 1 Another What is it? Man Eaten by Dinosaur? 11/2/1877 Galveston News From the Carthage (Mo.) Patriot. Evolutionists often […]

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Ancient Costa Ricans Faced Winged Terror from Above; and Things Weren’t Always So Sanguine on the Ground Either-Stone Metates of Central America

Posted on Dec 8, 2008 in Cryptids | no responses

Shareby Chris Parker Copyright 2008 Figure 1 shows detail from an ancient stone metate from Costa Rica. Two bird-like creatures attack men by the head on either side of this stone table. Based on the art they left behind, the Ancient Costa Ricans worried a bit about terror from the skies and for that […]

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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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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, 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; 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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Authenticated Poinsett County Arkansas Corythosaurus/Hypacrosaurus from 400 to 700 Years Ago?

Posted on Nov 11, 2008 in Cryptids | 5 comments

Shareby Chris Parker Copyright 2008 Suppose that you are an antiquities dealer, specializing in Early American and Native American artifacts such as arrowheads, bowls, flint knives clay effigies etc.. You make a nice living. Now, suppose that you obtain an artifact (a bowl) that has affixed to it the head of a known dinosaur […]

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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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Less Ice in the Arctic Ocean 6000-7000 Years Ago

Posted on Oct 28, 2008 in Science | no responses

SharePhoto: Astrid Lyså, NGU ( — Recent mapping of a number of raised beach ridges on the north coast of Greenland suggests that the ice cover in the Arctic Ocean was greatly reduced some 6000-7000 years ago. The Arctic Ocean may have been periodically ice free. ”The climate in the northern regions has never been […]

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