Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

lundi 27 juin 2016

  • What did Earth’s ancient magnetic field look like?
    New work from Carnegie's Peter Driscoll suggests Earth's ancient magnetic field was significantly different than the present day field, originating from several poles rather than the familiar two. It...

  • Ancient ‘Deep Skull’ from Borneo full of surprises
    A new study of the 37,000-year old remains of the "Deep Skull" - the oldest modern human discovered in island South-East Asia - has revealed this ancient person was not related to Indigenous...

    Since the Ravne tunnels were discovered in 2006, by Dr. Semir Osmanagich, there has been many discussions regarding of what these tunnels were used for. Many have pointed out that there is, in fact, a human-intervention in the tunnels, for instance, the dry walls that can be found in Ravne. (...)

  • Izvještaj o petrografsko/mikroskopskoj analizi najveće kamene kugle iz Zavidovića
    Fondacija “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramdia Sunca” uzela je uzorke najveće kamene kugle u BiH pronađene u Zavidovićima i poslala na analizu u institut u Beograd. Rezultati mikroskopske analize pokazuju prisustvo kvarca, željeznog oksida, magnetita i muskovita. Svi ovi elementi pokazuju izrazite (...)

    Harisovi susreti: Piše: dipl.oec. Haris Delibašić, stariji vodič Fondacije   Neposredno nakon završetka  rata grad Visoko je izgubilo onaj sjaj koji je imao nekad. Mjesto  poznato po proizvodnji kože, trgovini i bogatoj kulturnohistorijskoj prošlosti. Ništa se značajno nije dešavalo, sve dok se nije (...)

dimanche 26 juin 2016

samedi 25 juin 2016

  • Review of Ancient Aliens S11E07 "The Wisdom Keepers"
    The great thing about mythology is that the stories can be applied to any particular situation. This was true in ancient times, and it remains true today. As with literary interpretation, the audience brings to the story at least as much as the story gives to them. Tonight’s episode of Ancient (...)

  • Fortified Village Unearthed in Illinois
    BEARDSTON, ILLINOIS—Archaeologists are excavating at the Lawrenz Gun Club site, one of the largest known fortified Mississippian Period villages in the Illinois River Valley, reports the Journal Courier. The site's defensive palisade was built around A.D. 1150, but a team led by Indiana (...)

  • Skeletons and Gold Coins Found in Pompeii Shop
    ROME, ITALY—Archaeologists excavating a shop on the outskirts of Pompeii have found four skeletons, several gold coins, and a necklace pendant, according to an Associated Press report. The skeletons belonged to young people who died in the back of the shop when nearby Mount Vesuvius erupted in (...)

vendredi 24 juin 2016

  • Ancient Canaanites Imported Animals from Egypt
    RAMAT-GAN, ISRAEL—Archaeologists have found evidence that ancient Canaanites imported and sacrificed animals from Egypt around 5,000 years ago. Isotopic analysis of donkey, sheep, and goat remains found in Early Bronze Age levels at Gath shows that the animals were born and raised in the Nile (...)

  • Early Rice Paddies Discovered in Japan
    NARA, JAPAN—In the south of Japan’s largest island of Honshu, archaeologists digging at the site of a future hotel have discovered remnants of 2,500-year-old rice paddies, reports the Asahi Shimbun. The paddies were planted during the Yayoi period, which lasted from 300 B.C. to A.D. 300. Traces (...)

  • L. A. Marzulli and Brien Foerster Discuss Megalithic Ruins, Decide Native People Couldn't Have Built Any of Them
    I’m sure you will remember that last year Newsweek released a “special edition” devoted to conspiracy theories about secret societies. Time magazine rushed out a competing special issue as well, based on content from an earlier Life magazine special edition on the same topic. Today at the grocery (...)

  • East African Bone Technology Analyzed
    ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA—Sci-News reports that seven bone tools from East Africa’s Kuumbi Cave, including five projectile points, a bone awl, and a notched bone tube, were examined by a team led by Michelle Langley of Australian National University. The researchers suggest the 13,000-year-old (...)

jeudi 23 juin 2016

mercredi 22 juin 2016

  • The incredible history of China’s terracotta warriors
    In 1974, farmers digging a well near their small village stumbled upon one of the most important finds in archaeological history – vast underground chambers surrounding a Chinese emperor’s tomb that...

  • Roman Cemetery Discovered in Lincoln
    LINCOLN, ENGLAND—The Lincolnshire Echo reports that the remains of two babies and an adult have been uncovered in a Roman cemetery in Lincoln’s city center. One of the children had been buried beneath a roof tile. Cremated remains were also found in an urn. City archaeologist Alastair MacIntosh (...)

  • U of T Mississauga professor discovers new origins for farmed rice
    Chew on this: rice farming is a far older practice than we knew. In fact, the oldest evidence of domesticated rice has just been found in China, and it's about 9,000 years old.

  • 5,000-Year-Old Wine Vessel Found in Georgia
    VENICE, ITALY—Evidence of wine has been discovered in a vessel unearthed at Aradetis Orgora, a site in Georgia associated with the Kura-Araxes culture, by a team of archaeologists from Ca’Foscari University in Venice and the Georgian National Museum in Tbilisi. The Mirror reports that the (...)

  • Artifacts Suggest Roman Influence Spread to Southwest England
    IPPLEPEN, ENGLAND—Coins, a road, and imported pottery vessels suggest that Roman influence stretched further into southwest Britain than had been previously thought, according to a report in The Guardian. Archaeologists from the University of Exeter, the Portable Antiquities Scheme, Devon county (...)

  • This is Sparta!! – Lessons taught in ancient Sparta
    In ancient Greece, violent internal conflict between border neighbors and war with foreign invaders was a way of life, and Greeks were considered premier warriors. Sparta, specifically, had an army...

  • Scientists reveal sub-Saharan Africa’s legacy of past migrations over last 4,000 years
    Researchers from the University of Oxford have revealed that the genetic ancestries of many of sub-Saharan Africa's populations are the result of historical DNA mixing events, known as admixture,...

  • How squash agriculture spread bees in pre-Columbian North America
    Using genetic markers, researchers have for the first time shown how cultivating a specific crop led to the expansion of a pollinator species. In this case, the researchers found that the spread of a...

  • Review of Inside Secret Societies S01E06 “Brotherhood of the Blood”
    Somewhere in the hell reserved for cable television executives there must be an entire circle devoted to copycats. How else might we explain the monomaniacal obsession cable TV fringe history shows have with Bible heresy? That said, I must give Inside Secret Societies credit for one thing: They (...)

  • Meet 3-million-year-old Lucy – she’ll tell you a lot about modern African heritage
    “Lucy, you want to see Lucy?” young, would-be tour guides prompt in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa. Lucy stars in tourist brochures as one of the East African country’s great attractions.

  • Preliminarni izvještaj
    Preliminarni izvještaj visinskog mjerenja elektromagnetnih anomalija na vrhu piramidalnog objekta Bosanske Piramide Sunca Semir Osmanagić, dr.Otkrivač i utemeljiteljfondacije,Visoko, Sarajevo Uvod:Tijekom zadnjih 4 godine mjerili smo frekvenciju i amplitudu EM sile koja se javlja na (...)

    Poštovani dr. Osmanagiću Sretni smo što smo kao Forum građana Visokog podržali projekte vezane za bosanske piramide u Visokom.  Posebno želimo istaći da nam se dojmio sjajni koncept sadržaja i otvaranje arheološkog - turističkog parka "Ravne 2" koji će sigurno pridobiti interes šire svjetske javnosti i (...)

  • Tuna and Nävragöl: Harness Mounts
    As I blogged about in late May, a recent find from Blekinge has cast light on an enigmatic oval mount that my team collected in Östergötland in 2007. We can now say fairly confidently that the object type belongs to the 19th century. And yesterday Karin Tetteris of the Swedish Army Museum came (...)

  • Bosnian Pyramids Healing Energy 2016 Update (English/Deutsch)
    Sam Osmanagic auf seiner D/A/ CH Vortragsreihe 2016 / live Übersetzung Georg Udorf

  • Rare Skull From Korea's Silla Kingdom Reconstructed
    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA—Scientists have studied a rare skeleton from the Silla culture, which ruled over part of the Korean Peninsula from 57 B.C. to A.D. 935. “The skeletons are not preserved well in the soil of Korea,” bioanthropologist Dong Hoon Shin of Seoul National University College of Medicine (...)

mardi 21 juin 2016

lundi 20 juin 2016

  • Possible Buddhist Monastery Uncovered in India
    GUJARAT, INDIA—The Indian Express reports that structures resembling a Buddhist monastery have been unearthed in the ancient city of Vadnagar in western India. In the seventh century A.D., Chinese traveler Hiuen Tsang wrote about ten Buddhist monasteries in India, including in the city of (...)

  • Large Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Excavated
    WILTSHIRE, ENGLAND—A research team from Wessex Archaeology has excavated a large Anglo-Saxon cemetery discovered in the 1970s near the village of Collingbourne Ducis on England’s Salisbury Plain. The 1,600-year-old burials include four cremation graves and more than 80 inhumation graves placed on (...)


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...

Bêtisier 13

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."