Bruce Fenton

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The Out of Europe/Asia & Into Africa Theory of Human Origins – New Paper Calls for Paradigm Displacement

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A recent investigation of stone-age rock art at a megalithic construction known as Hendraburnick Quoit, in Cornwall, has revealed that ten times the number of artistic markings are visible when vie…

England’s Ancient Megaliths Covered in Secret Star Marker Code Visible by Moonlight

Hendraburnick quoit

An analysis of Hendraburnick Quoit in Cornwall has revealed multiple carvings only visible in moonlight or low sunlight - suggesting the stone was supposed to be viewed at night.

Aboriginal Australian Artefacts up to 80,000 years old uncovered at the Madjedbebe rock shelter

Human history revisited on Aborigine find - × by image An edge-ground hatchet head being excavated at the Madjedbebe rock shelter in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory.

A Protein Found in the Saliva Samples of Sub-Saharan Africans Offers Evidence that Strongly Contradicts the ‘Out of Africa’ Theory for Human Origins. Scientists from the University of Buffalo stumb…

Gene Study Suggests Homo sapiens Migrated into Africa, Not Out of the Continent – Interbreeding with Local Hominins Years Ago

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Lady Mei’s brick tomb found in Nanjing, China.

Two stone epitaphs found within a gold-filled tomb discovered in Nanjing, China, tell a remarkable story about the tomb owner, a woman named Lady Mei.

Ingapirca in Provincia del Cañar, is a megalithic temple complex and the largest recognised archaeological site in Ecuador.

See 4 photos and 1 tip from 19 visitors to Ingapirca. "Ingapirca ruins culture passion work all you need is Ecuador"

Iglesia María Auxiliadora, this church once functioned as home to the incredible archaeological collection of Padre Crespi. http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-americas/father-crespi-and-missing-golden-artefacts-001196

Iglesia María Auxiliadora, this church once functioned as home to the incredible archaeological collection of Padre Crespi. http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-americas/father-crespi-and-missing-golden-artefacts-001196