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mardi 21 avril 2015

    Piše: dr. Semir Osmanagić Polovinom decembra 2014. pisao mi je Mate Puljak. “Cijenjeni gosp. Osmanagić, samostalni sam istraživač prapovijesnih i antičkih relacija na području Dalmacije, dugi niz godina privatni suradnik muzeja, Konzervatorskog .zavoda i Ureda za zaštitu spomenika kulture. Inače sam (...)

  • Russian Archaeologists find oldest crucible steel weapon in East Europe
    Sometimes old friends give you a surprise. Russian archaeologists were conducting a routine examination of an old sabre unearthed seven years ago in Yaroslavl - when it turned out to be oldest crucible steel weapon in East Europe.

  • Everyday Latin Read on Spain’s “Terra Sigillata”
    VALÈNCIA, SPAIN—Josep Montesinos of the Asociación RUVID, and Xaverio Ballester of the University of València are gathering information about the Latin spoken in Roman Hispania through the writing found on the molded and stamped ceramic wares kept in the Spanish Royal Academy of History. “Research (...)

lundi 20 avril 2015

  • Steel Blade May Have Been Wielded by Mongol Invader
    YAROSLAVL, RUSSIA—Analysis of a fragment taken from a saber found in a mass grave in the historic trade center of Yaroslavl indicates it is the oldest crucible steel weapon in Eastern Europe. Steel of this kind was first produced in India in the first century A.D., and later in Central Asia, but (...)

  • New Thoughts on Neanderthal Cooking
    SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—Neanderthals went extinct in most of Europe around 40,000 years ago, some 5,000 years after the arrival of the first modern humans. “The issue of Neanderthal extinction is very complex, and very little is agreed upon,” Anna Goldfield of Boston University said at the (...)

  • Fragments of the Ancient Wall of Memphis Found
    CAIRO, EGYPT—A team from the Russian Institute of Egyptology at Kom Tuman has uncovered white limestone fragments of the wall that surrounded the Old Kingdom capital of Memphis, which sits at the mouth of the Nile Delta. The 5,200-year-old enclosure wall protected the palaces of the pharaohs and (...)

  • L. A. Marzulli: Alien Implants Are Part of a Program to Bring Back the Days of Noah and Nephilim Sins
    Nephilim researcher L. A. Marzulli has been making some increasingly disturbing blog posts over the last couple of months in which the conservative Christian has more or less announced his believe that we are living in the End Times and that his quest to find the Nephilim is part of a larger (...)

    Uposlenici Fondacije “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramida Sunca” započeli su u aprilu generalno uređenje svih arheoloških lokacija na kojima Fondacija ima dozvole za istraživanja. Prvu sedmicu vršeno je generalno čišćenje unutar tunela praihistorijskog Podzemnog labirinta Ravne. Drvene podgrade i daske su (...)

  • Wozniak describes trip to 'Lost Pyramids of Bosnia'
    MICHIGAN CITY — Those who attended Donna Wozniak's informal presentation at the Michigan City Public Library were treated to an intriguing discussion on "The Lost Pyramids of Bosnia." The Lost Pyramids of Bosnia are an ancient pyramid complex in Visoko-Herzegovina, Bosnia consisting of 10 (...)

  • AF: Knot a Good Way to Communicate?
    Welcome to Archae-Facts, the place to find bite-sized chunks of Archaeological Trivial! Today, I consider Incan Quipu.

dimanche 19 avril 2015

  • Amazing Discovery Number 3 That Won’t Make You Question Anything
    And so we come to the next Amazing Discovery that will only make the most gullible and credulous question everything. This one – the “Hidden Character Stone” – is so bizarre that I frankly don’t understand how anyone could believe the claims made for it. So, here we go with a continuation of Spirit (...)

  • 'White Walls' of ancient Memphis unearthed
    A team of Russian archaeologists working in Saqqara near Egypt’s Cairo discovered the remains of the so-called "The White Wall" of the ancient Egyptian capital Memphis. Its ancient Egyptian name was Inbu-Hedj which is translated as "The White Walls." Saqqara is a village in Egypt, located 30 km (...)

  • Giorgio Tsoukalos Takes Questions about Aliens and His Hair on Reddit
    On Friday Ancient Aliens star Giorgio Tsoukalos appeared on Reddit to discuss the ancient astronaut theory, his hair, and whether he’s insane. (Spoiler alert: He does not think so.) He joked that his towering hair, held together with “lots of hairspray” was “slowly being abducted,” and he also (...)

samedi 18 avril 2015

  • Antiquities market on alert for looted Syrian spoils
    As armed groups in Syria and Iraq destroy priceless archaeological sites, European authorities and dealers are on high alert for smaller, looted artefacts put on sale to help finance the jihadists' war. Looted funerary reliefs from Palmyra [Credit: AP/SANA]Stolen-art expert Chris Marinello, (...)

  • Homo erectus footprints hint at ancient hunting party
    A long-past hunting party left a permanent sign of its outing — and it was not empty beer cans. Dozens of 1.5-million-year-old human footprints in Kenya may be evidence of an early antelope hunt, offering a rare look at the lives of ancient humans, researchers reported at a conference in (...)

  • New Pyramids Discovered in Bosnia, April 12 and 15, 2015
    Please Note: Dr. Semir Osmanagich, discoverer of the pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia ten years ago in April 2005, has not yet confirmed these two new structures as pyramids. When he returns to Bosnia from the U.S. in late April 2015, he will visit the structures and a video will be posted of (...)

  • Review of Ancient Aliens S07E15 "Hidden Pyramids"
    After seven seasons and six calendar years of Ancient Aliens, it’s a bit hard to get excited about another episode devoted to pyramids. I have a hard time thinking of any pyramids that the show hasn’t yet associated with aliens, and I suppose that’s why this week we’re treated to “Hidden Pyramids,” (...)

  • The Cult of Amun
    Archaeologists have excavated the remains of a sprawling temple complex dedicated to the god Amun at the Sudanese site of Dangeil, shown in this aerial view. In its 3,000-year history as a state, ancient Egypt had a complicated, constantly changing set of relations with neighboring powers. With (...)

vendredi 17 avril 2015

  • Pictish Fort Unearthed on Scottish Sea Stack
    ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND—A team of six archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen climbed Dunnicaer sea stack on the northeast coast of Scotland, where they uncovered traces of a Pictish fort, including a house, a fireplace, and ramparts. “It shows that people, for at least part of the year, were (...)

  • More Evidence of Cannibalism Found in Gough’s Cave
    LONDON, ENGLAND—Ancient human remains from Gough’s Cave, located in southwest England, exhibit signs of a sophisticated culture of butchering and carving of human remains, according to scientists from the Natural History Museum of London, University College London, and IPHES and the Universitat (...)

  • Mushrooms Were on the Upper Palaeolithic Menu
    LEIPZIG, GERMANY—Analysis of dental calculus on 18,000-year-old teeth found in Spain’s El Mirón Cave indicates that Magdalenian hunters ate a variety of plant foods and mushrooms, in addition to meat from red deer and ibex. Robert Power of the Max Planck Research Group detected a diverse (...)

  • Were Footprints Left by Homo Erectus Hunters?
    SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—Some 100 footprints near Ileret, Kenya, are thought to have been left 1.5 million years old by a hunting party made up of Homo erectus adults. “What we can say is that we have a number of individuals, probably males, that are moving across a lake shore in a way that is (...)

  • The Watchers and Antediluvian Wisdom in Persian Lore
    As most readers know, I’ve done a massive amount of research into pretty much every permutation of the Watchers myth in an attempt to trace the story from Babylon down to Ancient Aliens. In so doing, my general direction of research has been westward from Babylon to the Holy Land to Egypt and to (...)

  • Palaeolithic remains show cannibalistic habits of human ancestors
    Analysis of ancient cadavers recovered at a famous archaeological site confirm the existence of a sophisticated culture of butchering and carving human remains, according to a team of scientists from the Natural History Museum, University College London, and a number of Spanish universities. (...)

  • Understanding the graffiti of Roman Hispania
    The University of Valencia is studying the popular Latin of Roman Hispania through the graffiti found on 'terra sigillata' ceramic ware. As part of this approach, analyses of the graffiti kept in the Spanish Royal Academy of History have just been started with a recent publication in the (...)

  • Ancient mummy found in cardboard box by cleaners in Peru
    Workers cleaning in Peru discovered a mysterious mummy inside a cardboard box outside an archaeological site. The mummy was found in a cardboard box near trash outside an archeological site in the Pre-Incan city of Chan Chan [Credit: Johnny Aurazo]The mummy was found Tuesday morning in a fetal (...)

  • Haryana's Bhirrana oldest Harappan site, Rakhigarhi Asia's largest: ASI
    Asia's largest and oldest metropolis with gateways, built-up areas, street system and wells was built at the site of Haryana's two villages, including one on the Ghaggar river, according to a new Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) report. The ASI report, submitted in December 2014, a copy of (...)

  • Hellenistic-era ruins demolished in Alexandria
    The Antiquities Ministry's decision to demolish a Hellenistic-era archaeological site in Alexandria was carried out on Thursday, destroying the ancient ruins and leveling the area into a flat lot. View of the Hellenistic-era archaeological ruins of a Al-Abd Theater that were bulldozed on (...)

  • Oldest evidence for the use of mushrooms as a food source
    The human diet during the Magdalenian phase of Europe’s Upper Palaeolithic between 18,000 and 12,000 years ago is poorly known. This is particularly a problem regarding food resources that leave little trace such as plant foods. Plant fragment recovered in human El Mirón dental calculus [Credit: (...)

    Intenzivna promocija otkrića bosanskih piramida širom svijeta daje rezultate. Ovaj put su gosti Fondacije “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramida Sunca” došli iz Slovačke 16. aprila u trodnevnu posjetu Visokom. Prvo su posjetili prahistorijski podzemni labirint Ravne, a onda slijedi posjeta Bosanskoj (...)

  • Utisci posjetilaca na različitim pezicima svijeta
    Knjiga utisaka koja je postavljena na lokaciji Prahistorijskih podzemnih tunela Ravne, najplastičnije oslikava raznolikost turista u smislu zemalja iz kojih dolaze u posjet Visokom i BiH. Pohvale radu Fondacije “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramida Sunca” i impresije posjetitelja upisane su na svim (...)

    Visoko je ovih dana preplavljeno turistima, odzvanjaju strani jezici, redovi gostiju na ulazu u Prahistorijski podzemni labirint Ravne. Proteklih dana ugostili smo turiste iz Austrije, Bugarske, Slovenije, Holandije, Madžarske. Rade hoteli, moteli, pansioni, restorani, kafei, taxisti, benzinske (...)

jeudi 16 avril 2015

  • Sections of The Great Wall Found in Northwest China
    YINCHUAN, CHINA—Nine sections of the Great Wall have been found along the border of northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and Gansu Province. “Finally, we’re able to see the whole picture of the Qin Great Wall,” Zhou Xinghua, a former curator of the Museum of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (...)

  • Imported Artifacts Unearthed at 1,000-Year-Old Alaska Site
    BOULDER, COLORADO—Bronze and obsidian artifacts discovered in a dwelling at Alaska’s Rising Whale site bolster the idea that there had been a trading relationship between the New World and East Asia 1,000 years ago. One of the bronze artifacts, which may have been used as a buckle or fastener, (...)

  • WWII Aircraft Carrier Mapped With 3-D Sonar
    SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Navy, and private industry partners have confirmed the location and condition of the USS Independence, a light aircraft carrier that operated in the central and western Pacific from November 1943 (...)

  • Crafting Stone-Age Tools Requires Complex Thought
    EXETER, ENGLAND—Archaeology students at the University of Exeter learned to make stone tools in the Oldowan and Acheulean traditions over an 18-month period, in order to evaluate the cognitive control required to make them successfully. At the beginning, middle, and end of the experiment, they (...)

  • Chinese archaeologists confirm location of capital 4,200 years ago
    Chinese archaeologists announced Wednesday they have confirmed the location of the capital of the Yao period about 4,200 years ago. View of the Taosi Site [Credit: Cultural China]"The archaeological circle has reached a consensus that Taosi is the capital of the period of Yao," said Wang Wei, (...)

  • The Habsburgs, the Watchers, Skepticism, & Conspiracies
    I have to say that I was quite surprised to look at the final Nielsen cable ratings for last Friday, when Ancient Aliens returned to the History channel schedule after three years in exile on H2. I imagine History was shocked as well. According to Nielsen’s published ratings, Ancient Aliens did (...)

  • Thermoluminescence dating refined
    Thermoluminescence is used extensively in archaeology and the earth sciences to date artefacts and rocks. When exposed to radiation quartz, a material found in nature, emits light proportional to the energy it absorbs. Replicating the very low dose of background radiation from natural sources (...)

  • Rare Roman owl clasp found on Danish island
    A 2,000-year-old bronze and enamel clasp has been unearthed south of the town of Nexø on the island of Bornholm. Shaped like an owl, the bronze and enamel button has large orange eyes and colourful wings. A rare owl clasp has been found on Bornholm [Credit: Bornholm's Museum]“There are very few (...)

  • 600-year-old geoglyph destroyed in Trujillo
    The geoglyph, Triple Spiral, dating back to 600 years ago and located in Trujillo was destroyed by agricultural invaders within the last month, according to El Comercio. Before and after shots of the geoglyph [Credit: El Comercio]The photos above demonstrate that between March 1 (the first (...)

  • Palaeolithic remains prove cannibalistic habits of human ancestors
    Analysis of ancient cadavers recovered at a famous archaeological site confirm the existence of a sophisticated culture of butchering and carving human remains, according to a team of scientists from the Natural History Museum, University College London, and a number of Spanish (...)

  • Victorian baby teeth could help predict future health of children today
    The team from the Universities of Bradford and Durham analysed the teeth of children and adults from two 19th century cemeteries, one at a Workhouse in Ireland where famine victims were buried and the other in London, which holds the graves of some of those who fled the (...)

  • Complex cognition shaped the Stone Age hand axe, study shows
    The ability to make a Lower Paleolithic hand axe depends on complex cognitive control by the prefrontal cortex, including the "central executive" function of working memory, a new study finds.

  • More Neanderthal remains found in Kurdistan’s Shanidar cave
    Researchers have uncovered the remains of yet another Neanderthal inside Kurdistan’s Shanidar Cave north of Erbil. It is the third such Shanidar discovery for the British-led team, and just the latest set of ancient human remains found at the site dating back to discoveries in the 1950s. View of (...)

  • IF: Nimrud
    Welcome to In Focus. In this series we take a closer look at particular sites, finds and objects from the world of Archaeology. Today we examine the Ancient Assyrian City of Nimrud in Northern Iraq.

  • Pictish fort found off Aberdeenshire coast
    Archaeologists have uncovered a "very significant" Pictish fort after scaling a remote sea stack off the coast of Aberdeenshire. Archaeologists believe they have uncovered a Pictish fort off the coast of Aberdeenshire [Credit: BBC]The team from the University of Aberdeen believe the ancient (...)

    Potpredsjednik kompanije Retaj iz Dohe, gospodin Hashim Alawady, posjetio je jučer Prahistorijski podzemni labirint Ravne. Alawady je na čelu jedne od najvećih katarskih kompanija koja se bavi marketingom, nekretninama, razvojnim projektima, itd. Između ostalog, ova kompanija u svom vlasništvu ima (...)

    What a wonderful sharing of ideas and research  -  at the special conference held in London over two days. Marion Briggs organized the event impeccably, bringing together an assortment of well-versed people, in contributing their life knowledge and experiences / research related to the Bosnian (...)

    Two conferences on Bosnian Pyramids were held over the weekend in United Kingdom: two day Conference in London April 10-11, 2015 and Conference in Sussex April 12, 2015. Nigel Grace was a presenter at both conferences and here is his report. Hi Sam, It was good to see and hear you coming across (...)


Bêtisier 14

samedi 12 juillet 2014

De Dominique Jongbloed, à propos des analyses pour lesquelles il réclame 10 000 euros à ses fans :

La présidente de NORDSUD INSTITUTE propose de soumettre également les frais de laboratoires au gouvernement de Bosnie-Herzégovine ... Comme un fan avisé l’a dit quelque part dans les pages :" après tout c’est surtout eux qui bénéficieront des retombées économiques"...

Oui, bien sûr... Coût estimé des inondations et glissements de terrain en Bosnie : 2 milliards d’euros ( Ils n’auront sûrement rien de plus pressé que de payer des analyses de cailloux dont tous les géologues locaux ont déjà confirmé qu’il s’agissait de grès ou de conglomérat...

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mercredi 11 décembre 2013

De Dominique Jongbloed, "l’Aventurier", sur sa page Facebook, à propos des "fréquences" décelées autour des "pyramides" de Bosnie :

"On ne sait pas si la fréquence électromagnétique est [...] une sorte d’amplification de la partie électromagnétique de l’onde ultrasonore !!"

Bêtisier 12 : la preuve par l’absence

mardi 26 mars 2013

De Jacques Grimault, auteur du film "La Révélation des Pyramides", parlant de "l’écriture des chiffres" léguée selon lui aux hommes par les mystérieux "bâtisseurs" des pyramides :

C’est parce que ces prêtres écrivaient uniquement dans le sable, l’argile ou sur des tablettes de cire lorsqu’ils s’entretenaient de choses sacrées et secrètes, qu’elle n’a pas pu être observée d’un point de vue documentaire dans les fouilles éthno-archéologiques

C’est vrai après tout, on n’a jamais retrouvé qu’à peine plus de 500 000 tablettes d’argile ou de cire antiques...

Bêtisier 11

lundi 2 mai 2011

De Mensur Omerbashich, roi de Bosnie et autres terres :

"Il est ici démontré que la gravité est une vibration mécanique répulsive de l’éther, ce qui signifie que les expériences de détection de l’éther ne sont pas encore assez sensibles."

"Pour tester ma théorie je propose qu’une mission spatiale aille collecter sur place des mesures des periodes propres du Soleil, de ses planètes et de leurs satellites."