International explorer, archaeologist and author Jonathan Gray has traveled the world to gather data on ancient mysteries. Over the past 37 years, he has penetrated some largely unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon headwaters. He has also led expeditions to the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and desert regions of the world.
In the course of his explorations, Jonathan began to uncover evidence of surprising out of place artifacts. According to what he was taught at school, these were impossible! They simply should not exist! And these were not just isolated anomalies. There was a global pattern to them, suggesting an ancient worldwide civilization of astonishing proportions. His book, Dead Men’s Secrets, catalogues more than a thousand pieces of evidence of a lost super science and technology, including dozens of achievements ahead of our day.
(Red Ice Creations)It’s been announced that a team of French, Peruvian and Spanish researchers have located a secret door and chambers hidden within the depths of the mysterious site.
Press Release excerpt:In order to confirm the existence of cavities in the basement of the building, in December 2011 Thierry and his team submit and official request to the Ministry of Culture in Lima, to perform a geophysical survey with the help of electromagnetic (EM) conductivity instruments. This license was granted a few months later.
Realized between April 9th and April 12th 2012, the electromagnetic survey not only confirmed the presence of an underground room but several! Just Behind the famous entrance, a staircase was also discovered. The two main paths seem to lead to specific chambers, including to the main squared one.
The different techniques used by the French researcher(s), (Molecular Frequencies Discriminator) allowed them to highlight the presence of important archaeological material, including deposits of metal and a large quantity of gold and silver!
Taking Measure is the new companion book (paperback or EPUB) to the highly acclaimed Secrets in Plain Sightvideo series by Scott Onstott, now approaching 2 million views. Secrets in Plain Sight Vol. 2is also out and available for download.
Taking Measure: Explorations in Number, Architecture, and Consciousness reveals patterns emergent in our universe from quantum to astronomic scales. Spatial and temporal codes appear in unexpected places, from our units of measure to the relationships between celestial bodies. Geometric and numeric encoding appears in architecture, in urban design, and in alignments across the Earth. Does this happen by pure coincidence, has it been done to preserve knowledge, or is it an ancient form of magic that continues to this day? Are the synchronicities we experience in our personal lives manifestations of these same patterns? This book takes a new look at familiar structures in the tangible world but also engages with the invisible world, including the question of consciousness.
(From the Marcahuasi homepage) Welcome to the Marcahuasi Project – a public collection of markers on Google Maps to get a decent display of ancient archaeological, megalithic, religious, mysterious and unexplained sites found all over the world.
The project was started by Jaimy Visser on April 4th, 2012, and has grown tremendously since then. Currently it has well over 750 locations marked and it’s still growing.
The purpose of this project is to make it easier to get into archeology, since most people don’t want to take the time to search through mountains of text to find something relevant to their interest. Each marker has got its’ respective Wikipedia page URL within it, meaning you can easily access more information about the location within 3 clicks of your mouse.
In this set of three videotapes, writer Graham Hancock traverses the world and explains his controversial theory that an ancient civilization, highly intelligent people who sailed the planet as early as 10,500 B.C., spread advanced astronomical knowledge and built ancient observatories.
Skeptics may scoff, but Hancock earnestly points out similarities in giant stone structures in the Egyptian desert and Cambodian jungles, and on Easter Island and in Micronesia, he points out what he considers evidence of an ancient society of seafarers. His ideas may seem utterly bizarre at first, but Hancock presents them in an understated and good-natured manner, and he also makes clever use of computer graphics and aerial photography to illustrate the startling similarities in ancient structures found from the North Atlantic to the South Pacific.
Join David Hatcher Childress in Egypt where he meets up with British engineer Christopher Dunn. Together they explore the Giza area, going to ancient pyramid sites, underground catacombs and megalithic quarries not usually visited by tourists. Here they examine saw marks, advanced lifting and moving techniques found at the Giza Plateau, Abu Rawash, Abu Garab, and the underground catacombs of the Serapeum and other areas. Finally Dunn explains his theory of the Giza Power Plant and his view that the pyramids at Giza were originally part of a plan to “drive the earth into harmony.” A mind-blowing look at solid evidence for extraordinary ancient technology.
I recently had the pleasure of helping Brien Foerster out with the cover of his upcoming book and DVD on ancient technology in Bolivia and Peru. Well worth investigating! (Sadek Bazaraa)
The Inca are believed to have come from the Tiwanaku area of Lake Titicaca at about 900 AD and settled in Cuzco about 200 years later. Conventional academics insist that they founded Cuzco, and built everything called “Inca”. However, the glaring variations in construction techniques that we find in what is left of preHispanic Cuzco tell a different story. Brien will tell us what he has discovered about the technology used to create these structures and also give an examination of the ‘LongHead’ of South America, a bizarre race, who often had red hair and were of unknown origin. They had incredible megalithic walls, advanced technology and strange energies that are still present there. Join Brien, with Robert Schoch and Hugh Newman in Peru and Bolivia in November 2012.
Across East Asia in places like Japan and Korea exist enigmatic stone structures. Some megalithic, some steles and dolmens. Could there be connections to the stone structures in East Asia to others around the world? And could these pieces add to the puzzle that we still have yet to complete.
This year’s excavations will begin soon in Gobeklitepe, which is regarded as the world’s oldest temple and commonly named the “zero point of civilization.” This ancient temple is located in the eastern Turkish province of Sanliurfa.
… Schmidt said there was a complicated motif of some 50 animal figures on the T-shaped pillar that was discovered in the previous season’s excavations. He said this was first of its kind, adding, “We see an eagle motif catching a snake on the same pillar, and it shows us that these figures tell us very developed stories. We will work with a team of foreign scientists and archaeologists in order to examine and solve the symbols on the artworks in Gobeklitepe. We are currently in the process of forming some international working groups to solve and understand this symbolic world. A working group will come to Sanliurfa in October and a small symposium will be held on this issue.”
A vast city built by the ancient Mayan civilisation and discovered nearly a century ago in modern day Guatemala is finally starting to yield its secrets – including a hint that apocalyptic predictions around the ‘end’ of the Mayan Calendar may be wrong.
Excavating for the first time in the sprawling complex of Xultzn in Guatemala’s Peten region, archaeologists have uncovered a structure that contains what appears to be a work space for the town’s scribe.Its walls are adorned with unique paintings – one depicting a line-up of men in black uniforms, and hundreds of scrawled numbers – many calculations relating to the Mayan calendar, and stretching up to 7,000 years into the future.
Live conversation with Brien Foerster of www.HiddenIncaTours.com about his investigations into pre-Inca cultures and the Sacred Valley of Peru, the many strange stone artifacts of Tiahuanaco, and the statues on Easter Island. Brien is assistant director of the Paracas History Museum which has an extensive collection of different types of elongated skull identified as being evidence of the ancient Peruvian Paracas culture and is working closely with Lloyd Pie to establish the precise nature of these remains.