Sur le Web, ces 30 derniers jours

vendredi 1er août 2014

  • Gods on the Roman Frontier
    CUMBRIA, ENGLAND—While digging at the ancient Roman site of Maryport, archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a large, stone circular structure in front of what dig director Ian Haynes of Newcastle University says is “the most north-westerly classical temple in the Roman world to be (...)

  • Head of Ice Age Lion Sculpture Found
    VOLGELHERD CAVE, SOUTHWESTERN GERMANY—Archaeologists from the University of Tübingen have unearthed a small fragment of mammoth ivory that is part of a figurine of a lion, reports PhysOrg. The 40,000-year-old sculpture is one of the most famous works of Ice Age art and was originally discovered (...)

jeudi 31 juillet 2014

    Smjena dva ljetna mjeseca, jula i augusta, donosi i novu smjenu Međunarodne radne akcije volontera “MRAV Bosanske piramdie 2014”. U Visoko su došli gosti iz Francuske, Velike Britanije, Slovenije, Španije, Hrvatske, Njemačke, Holandije, Švedske, Austrije, SAD, Mađarske, Švicarske i drugih zemalja. U (...)

  • Royal Blood: King Tut’s DNA Results
    Scientists at Zurich-based DNA genealogy center, iGENEA, have reconstructed the DNA profile of King Tut, his father Akhenaten and grandfather Amenhotep III.   Researchers discovered that King Tut belonged to a genetic profile group known as haplogroup R1b1a2. More than 50 per cent of all men in (...)

  • Queen of the Desert tapestries
    She was a trailblazer, a spy, diplomat and archaeologist from the North East who travelled extensively across her beloved Arabia and helped to create a king.

mercredi 30 juillet 2014

  • Spain Tests Limited Visits to Altamira Cave
    ALTAMIRA, SPAIN—The cave at Altamira, where bison and horses were painted and carved into the limestone some 22,000 years ago, was closed to visitors in 2002 due to the grown of algae-like mold on the cave walls. But as part of a new study, five randomly chosen visitors a week have been allowed (...)

  • Large Slave Quarters Discovered at Maryland Plantation
    CROWNSVILLE, MARYLAND—While looking for the French general Comte de Rochambeau’s 1781 campsite at Belvoir, the plantation home of Francis Scott Key’s grandmother, archaeologists found the brick floor of a large building that may have served as a dormitory-style slave quarters. “The discovery of (...)

  • Wine Cup Bearing Famous Names Reportedly Unearthed in Greece
    ATHENS, GREECE—The AFP reports that a ceramic wine cup engraved with the names of six men was unearthed in a pauper’s grave in the suburb of Kifissia. Among the names are “Pericles,” and “Ariphron.” “The name Ariphron is extremely rare. Having it listed above that of Pericles makes us 99 percent sure (...)

  • Finland’s Prehistoric Dairy Farmers
    BRISTOL, ENGLAND—Scientists from the University of Bristol and the University of Helsinki analyzed residues in ancient cooking pots from “Corded Ware” settlements in Finland and discovered evidence of milk fats dating to 2500 B.C. “This is remarkable evidence which proves that four and a half (...)

  • Wine-cup used by Pericles found in ancient grave
    A cup believed to have been used by Classical Greek statesman Pericles has been found in a pauper's grave in north Athens, according to local reports Wednesday. The cup was likely used in a wine symposium when Pericles was in his twenties, and the six men who drank from it scrawled their names (...)

  • How the Vogelherd lion got his head back
    Archaeologists from the University of Tübingen have found an ancient fragment of ivory belonging to a 40,000 year old animal figurine. Both pieces were found in the Vogelherd Cave in southwestern Germany, which has yielded a number of remarkable works of art dating to the Ice Age. The fragment (...)

  • Who Was the First Person to Receive an Alien Anal Probe?
    In Weird Al Yankovic’s new parody song “Foil,” he sings about the need for tinfoil hats “in case an alien’s inclined / to probe your butt or read your mind.” Why it is that aliens want to probe our butts; or, more specifically, when exactly did people start claiming that aliens gave them anal probes? (...)

  • 2,000 year old burials discovered in South Kazakhstan
    Kazakhstani archaeologists have discovered artefacts of historical significance during excavation of the ancient settlement of Kultobe in South Kazakhstan, reports. Burials in one of the mounds [Credit: ©]The three mounds in Ordabasy district in South Kazakhstan Oblast (...)

  • Mycenaean vaulted tomb unearthed in central Greece
    A Mycenaean vaulted tomb has been discovered near Amfissa in central Greece during the course of an irrigation project. Found in Amifissa, the vaulted tomb is the first of its kind discovered in Phocis and one of the few in Central Greece [Credit: To Vima]The tomb presents all the features (...)

  • Bulgaria's Perperikon excavations funding trimmed
    The archaeological excavations of the Thracian city of Perperikon, located in Bulgaria's Eastern Rhodopes will start on August 4, professor Nikolay Ovcharov announced. The ancient city of Perperikon [Credit: BGNES]Ovcharov, who heads the research team, stated that this year the State has (...)

  • Isolated indigenous communities of South America under threat
    Indigenous people in the most remote regions of South America are under threat from development, a regional human rights body warned Tuesday, urging that inhabitants these areas be left alone. An indigenous woman of the Yave Sanga ethnics cooks on April 2, 2008 in Boqueron, Chaco, 500 (...)

  • How the lion got his head back
    Archaeologists from the University of Tübingen have discovered an ancient fragment of ivory, which belonged to a 40,000-year-old animal figurine. Both pieces were discovered in the Vogelherd cave located in the south west of Germany, which has produced a large number of astonishing works of art (...)

  • Prehistoric dairy farming at the extremes
    Finland’s love for milk has been traced as far back as 2500 BC thanks to high-tech techniques to analyse residues preserved in fragments of ancient pots.

mardi 29 juillet 2014

  • Traces of Lincoln's Courthouse Found in Illinois
    BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS—Excavations at the McLean County Museum of History have uncovered part of the footprint of the 1836 courthouse where Abraham Lincoln often worked as an attorney. “They found the corner and now can plot out the exact location. These are the physical remains of an incredibly (...)

  • Family Will Pay for Utah Rock Art Repairs
    PRICE, UTAH—Repairs to the protected Nine Mile Canyon Pregnant Buffalo rock art panel reportedly will be paid for by the family of the juveniles who defaced it. The two juveniles carved their initials and the date into the rock face over Memorial Day weekend, which was reported to the (...)

  • Erosion Exposes Human Remains on Kwajalein Atoll
    MANJORO, KWAJALEIN ATOLL—The Yomiuri Shimbun reports that rising seas and coastal erosion have exposed human bones on the Marshall Islands. The bones are thought to be the remains of Japanese soldiers killed during fierce fighting between American forces and the Imperial Japanese Army in early (...)

  • Macabre Ritual Site Unearthed in Denmark
    ARHUS, DENMARK—In 2012, the remains of an entire army were discovered in the bogs near the Alken Enge wetlands in East Jutland. Archaeologists from Aarhus University, Skanderborg Museum, and Moesgaard Museum have examined the 2,000-year-old bones, and found that the soldiers’ remains were (...)

  • Armed looters and violence threaten Egypt's heritage
    Egypt’s heritage sector is in disarray following revolution and the collapse of the country’s government in 2011, with armed gangs, looters and general destruction placing the country’s rich cultural history in peril, according to an eminent academic. Looters have destroyed several ancient (...)

  • Prehistoric dairy farming at the extremes
    Finland's love of milk has been traced back to 2500 BC thanks to high-tech techniques to analyse residues preserved in fragments of ancient pots. Corded Ware sherds [Credit: Finnish National Board of Antiquities]The Finns are the world's biggest milk drinkers today but experts had previously (...)

  • DNA find reveals new insights into the history of cattle in Europe
    A research team from the University of Basel made a surprising find in a Neolithic settlement at the boarders of Lake Biel in Switzerland: The DNA of a cattle bone shows genetic traces of the European aurochs and thus adds a further facet to the history of cattle domestication. The journal (...)

  • Violent aftermath for warriors at Alken Enge
    Four pelvic bones on a stick and bundles of desecrated bones testify to the ritual violence perpetrated on the corpses of the many warriors who fell in a major battle close to the Danish town of Skanderborg around 2,000 years ago. Four pelvic bones on a stick [Credit: Peter Jensen, Aarhus (...)

  • Tree rings reveal origins of mysterious World Trade Center ship
    In July 2010, amid the gargantuan rebuilding effort at the site of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, construction workers halted the backhoes when they uncovered something unexpected just south of where the Twin Towers once stood. The remains of the ship, which was tentatively (...)

  • Roman altars, temples excavated at Maryport
    Altars dedicated to gods, one of the oldest temples of its era ever discovered, a mystery monument and the disparities between domestic and ritual habits in Roman times will be foremost in the minds of archaeologists in Cumbria between now and next summer, with a fourth season of work next to (...)

  • Greg Little Is Still Mad about My 2013 Post on Giant Bones
    Guess who is still angry with me. Did you guess Scott Wolter? Well, OK, yes, he did post a response a couple of months ago to an book review of his Hooked X(r) that referred to me and falsely claims that I was wrong about his honorary master’s degree not existing: “Just what (...)

  • Mass grave from Spanish colonial era found in Bolivian mining city
    Construction workers in Bolivia have stumbled upon a mass grave with the remains of hundreds of likely indigenous miners during the Spanish colonial era, a researcher said Saturday. A mass grave containing hundreds of human remains, probably indigenous to the colonial era, were found in a (...)

  • Greek Archaeological Council bans climbing contest at Meteora
    The Greek Central Archaeological Council (KAS) has banned an international festival of climbers at the giant rock formations at Meteora, in Thessaly, central Greece. More than 1,000 climbers, journalists and tourists will be disappointed this year after the Central Archaeological Council of (...)

  • DNA Find Reveals New Insights into the History of Cattle in Europe
    A research team from the University of Basel uncovered some interesting findings in a Neolithic settlement at the boarders of Lake Biel in Switzerland: The DNA of a cattle bone displays genetic traces of the European aurochs and thus adds further facet to the history of cattle domestication. (...)

lundi 28 juillet 2014

  • Shells & Bones Found at Cahokia May Reflect Cosmology
    COLLINSVILLE, ILLINOIS—Students from the University of Bologna unearthed a collection of artifacts that could represent the cosmological view of the Mississippians living at Cahokia Mounds. Whelk shells, imported from the Gulf Coast, a dog bone, and bird bones were found in a ceremonial pit, (...)

  • WTC Ship May Have Been Built in Philadelphia ca. 1773
    NEW YORK, NEW YORK—Researchers from the Tree Ring Laboratory at Columbia University analyzed samples taken from the partial hull of a wooden ship discovered 22 feet below street level at the site of the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan in 2010. Hickory in the keel helped them to narrow the (...)

  • Mass Grave Uncovered in Bolivia
    POTOSI, BOLIVIA—A mass grave containing the remains of hundreds of people was uncovered by construction workers in the El Minero district of Potosi in the Andes Mountains. Sergio Fidel of Tomas Frias University thinks that the site may have been an indigenous burial ground of slaves and (...)

  • Viking warriors, treasures buried beneath Dublin
    A massive research project, 15 years in the making, has revealed that beneath Dublin’s modern streets lies a trove of buried Viking warriors and artifacts. There are a great number of Viking warriors buried beneath Dublin say archaeologists [Credit: Getty]Archaeologists say the number of Viking (...)

  • Cahokia Mounds excavators make interesting find
    Experts say student archaeologists excavating the Cahokia Mounds in southern Illinois have made an interesting find that could reveal information about Native American religious beliefs. Students and volunteers working on an excavation site at Cahokia Mounds in 2012 [Credit: BND]The students, (...)

  • World's largest solar boat on Greek prehistory mission
    The world's largest solar boat, the catamaran PlanetSolar, will embark on a Greek mission to find one of the oldest sites inhabited by man in Europe, an organiser said Monday. The world's largest solar-powered boat, "MS Turanor PlanetSolar" sails through the Corinth Canal near the town of (...)

  • Fringe Festival Founder Claims Bronze Age Was Paradise of Peace and Harmony
    I keep trying to understand why people think crystals contain magic powers that can make rocks float, but I just can’t wrap my head around it. I understand that crystals, under considerable compression (mechanical stress), will generate piezoelectricity, but how does this translate into “crystal (...)

  • Million-year-old tools unearthed in Spain
    The discovery of stone tools dating back one million years in Spain's Cuenca province sheds new light on the origins of humankind, researchers say. The tools used by the first human residents on the Iberian Peninsular [Credit:EP]The tools were left behind by the first humans who settled in the (...)

dimanche 27 juillet 2014

  • Did Stone Age Freemasons Encode Cult Secrets in Gobekli Tepe, the Irish Language, and Spanish Plays?
    It’s been many years since I regularly visited Graham Hancock’s website, but I try to check in now and then to see the articles that his network of contributors put up. They are often a good barometer of what’s going to be hot in fringe history at any given time. I’ve been busy and haven’t been by (...)

  • Resurrection - the MOVIE of the Pyramids of Bosnia
    The biggest pyramids in the world has bee discovered in Europe, in Bosnia. Higher and older than the pyramids of Egypte.Those pyramids are still covered by earth and vegetation but the tunnel and the pyramids are still emitting fields of electric energy (free energy), field of magnetic (...)

    Otkriće bosanskih piramida zauvijek je promijenilo ne samo naše viđenje drevne istorije već je s otvorenim pristupom, uključivanjem velikog broja naučnih disiplina, stručnjaka, zaljubljenika u prošlost, osoba otvorenog srca i uma kao i transparentnim objavljivanjem svih naučnih i ostalih činjenica o (...)

  • Ground-breaking documentary Call For Investors
    Dear Consciousness ExplorersI hope you don't mind me sending you this, but I thought you a) might be interested in this project and b) might know someone who can help. We have been approached by a production company, Unknown Journey Ltd, to assist them in finding funding for their paradigm (...)

  • Bosanci pricaju o bosanskim piramidama i tunelima Ravne, 20.07.2014
    U podnožju sjeverne strane Bosanske piramide Sunca, na privatnoj parceli, izvan zaštićene zone Starog grada Visoki, stručna ekipa Fondacije “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramida Sunca” došla je do otkrića građevinske strukture. Ispod zemljanog pokrivača od jednog metra, a ispod bloka “dolomita” kako su ga (...)

    Po drugi put u petnaestak dana, na bosanske piramide dolazi televizijska ekipa N1 CNN Balkan (regionalni CNN). Prvi put su detaljno snimili Podzemni labirint Ravne, a ovaj put su 25. jula u pratnji voditelja projekta istraživanja dr. Semira Osmanagića obišli Belvedere te arheološke sonde na (...)

    Direktno iz Švicarske, s dugogodišnjom željom da obiđe lokacije bosanskih piramida, devedesetdvogodišnji Ismet je došao u posjet Podzemnom labirintu Ravne. Oduševljen onim što je vidio dao je punu podršku voditelju projekta bosanskih piramida dr. Semiru Osmanagiću i zaželio ekipi Fondacije “Arheološki (...)

  • Assessing The Energetics of Bosnian Pyramid/Ravne Tunnel Stones & Artifacts With Photographic Imaging
    Two miles from the Visoko Pyramids in Bosnia, a maze of tunnels seem intentioned to lead back to the monumental tree-covered structures, whose construction date by an unknown civilization has been documented to 31,000 years ago.

samedi 26 juillet 2014

  • Review of In Search of Aliens S01E01 "The Hunt for Atlantis"
    Giorgio Tsoukalos, I think it’s fair to say, is not a scholar or a researcher or even an investigator; instead, he is a showman. The Ancient Aliens star and consulting producer went to college (my alma mater, in fact) for sports information communication and spent his formative years as a (...)


Bêtisier 14

samedi 12 juillet

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."