Category: Anomalies

The mysterious broche from Mocht civilization

The Moche: Unveiling the Enigmas of an Ancient Civilization

In Peru’s northern sands, ancient Moche secrets draw scholars and the curious. Thriving from 100-800 AD, they sculpted a timeless legacy in the harsh landscape. Known for complex society and profound art, the Moche left a captivating tapestry of wonders and riddles. Like Egypt’s mysterious pyramids, the Moche civilization was a complex community. They shared beliefs, crafted iconic art, and built monumental structures. They raised great pyramids, harnessed water, and

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Coso artifact

When and where was the Coso artifact found?  In 1961, Wally Lane, Mike Mikesell and Virginia Maxey found the Coso artifact. Being co-owners of the LM&V Rockhounds Gem and Gift Shop in Olancha, California, they went into the Coso Mountains to look for unusual rocks.  They found a fossil-encrusted geode on February 13, 1961, on a mountain peak 4,300 feet high. And about 340 feet above the dry Owens Lake,

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Ancient anomalies. Skeletons found that appear to be older than modern man

Anomalous human skeletons

Introduction Anomalous human skeletons. Is there any merit to their validity? Science paints a pretty unambiguous picture when it comes to the age and origins of modern man. Sometimes however, puzzling anomalies are found. We cover three of the more notorious finds of the 19th and 20th centuries here. 1913 Hans Reck skeleton, Tanzania In 1913, a German professor named Hans Reck, dug his way to an anomalous human skeleton

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Meister footprint: Ancient sandal and trilobites

Introduction The Meister footprint may be the oldest fossil footprint yet found. It was discovered in June of 1968 by William J. Meister, an amateur fossil collector. This print is estimated to be around 300 to 600 MILLION years old! Sandal crushing a trilobite? Surprisingly, a sandaled shoe crushing a trilobite; is this proof that there were previous civilizations on earth? Moreover, even visitors from another world? Meister made this

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The mystery of the Baghdad battery

Baghdad battery

In 1938, Dr. Wilhelm Kong, an Austrian archaeologist rummaging through the basement of the museum, made a find that was to drastically alter all our concepts of “ancient knowledge.” A 6-inch-high pot of bright yellow clay dating back two millennia contained a cylinder of sheet-copper 5 inches by 1.5 inches. The edge of the copper cylinder was soldered with a 60-40 lead-tin alloy comparable to today’s solder. The bottom of

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The map of Piri Reis

The Piri Reis map

Introduction People found an ancient map during the renovations of a palace in Turkey. The Piri Reis map gathered dust for years until a professor with an interest in maps took a closer look. His findings shocked the scientific world with a challenge to our history and culture. 1513 During renovations of the old Imperial Palace in what is now Istanbul (formerly Constantinople), a painted, parchment map was found, dated

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