Skeletons of Giants found.

Giant Footprint of 200 Million Years and Gadothkaja’s Skeleton

In 1891 near Cleveland, Tennessee a length of wall was discovered which extended for about a 1000 feet. It was on average 2 feet thick & 8 feet high with numerous projections spaced along the top every 30 ft. Its position dated it geologically to over a MILLION YEARS OLD!. The wall was composed of red sandstone blocks. Along one stretch of wall a number of the sandstone blocks were covered with the hieroglyphs of a mysterious language. 872 individual characters were recorded

In 1891 near Cleveland, Tennessee a length of wall was discovered which extended for about a 1000 feet. It was on average 2 feet thick & 8 feet high with numerous projections spaced along the top every 30 ft. Its position dated it geologically to over a MILLION YEARS OLD!. The wall was composed of red sandstone blocks. Along one stretch of wall a number of the sandstone blocks were covered with the hieroglyphs of a mysterious language. 872 individual characters were recorded

Radioactive human remains found in two Ancient Indian/Pakistan Cities. The two cities are Harrapa and Mohenjo-Daro. Strange as this sounds but the radioactive level of dozens of bodies and melting, fusing and crystallizing of bricks and surrounding materials actually indicate a nuclear bomb or some kind of blast explosion. Today, scientists know of no other ways this damage could have been caused by other than a nuclear weapon.

Radioactive human remains found in two Ancient Indian/Pakistan Cities. The two cities are Harrapa and Mohenjo-Daro. Strange as this sounds but the radioactive level of dozens of bodies and melting, fusing and crystallizing of bricks and surrounding materials actually indicate a nuclear bomb or some kind of blast explosion. Today, scientists know of no other ways this damage could have been caused by other than a nuclear weapon.

A forensic analysis carried out on the mummy of King Ramesses III has revealed that the pharaoh had his throat slit. The first CT scans to examine the king’s mummy reveal a cut to the neck deep enough to be fatal. The secret has been hidden for centuries by the bandages covering the mummy’s throat that could not be removed for preservation‘s sake. Ancient documents including the Judicial Papyrus of Turin say that in 1155BC members of his harem attempted to kill him as part of a palace coup.

A forensic analysis carried out on the mummy of King Ramesses III has revealed that the pharaoh had his throat slit. The first CT scans to examine the king’s mummy reveal a cut to the neck deep enough to be fatal. The secret has been hidden for centuries by the bandages covering the mummy’s throat that could not be removed for preservation‘s sake. Ancient documents including the Judicial Papyrus of Turin say that in 1155BC members of his harem attempted to kill him as part of a palace coup.

In October 1932, while digging for gold in the San Pedro mountains, Wyoming, two prospectors, Cecil Mayne and Frank Carr, blasted their way through some thick rock. When the dust settled, they saw they had opened up a small room. This is where they first saw the mummy of a tiny person. Upon its discovery, it was instantly called a hoax by most scholars. X-rays were performed on the mummy in 1950 and it was discovered that there was a "manlike" skeleton inside, almost fully formed.

In October 1932, while digging for gold in the San Pedro mountains, Wyoming, two prospectors, Cecil Mayne and Frank Carr, blasted their way through some thick rock. When the dust settled, they saw they had opened up a small room. This is where they first saw the mummy of a tiny person. Upon its discovery, it was instantly called a hoax by most scholars. X-rays were performed on the mummy in 1950 and it was discovered that there was a "manlike" skeleton inside, almost fully formed.

Prehistoric footprints of Bronze Age people escaping from the Avellino eruption

Italy's Oldest Ruins: 5 Fascinating Prehistoric Sites

Prehistoric footprints of Bronze Age people escaping from the Avellino eruption

in denmark, 1950, two brothers were digging peat to be used as fuel when they came across what is now known as the tollund man. he still had hair, skin, and a five o'clock shadow, so they assumed it was a recent murder victim and called the police. upon arrival, they noticed rope around his neck: this wasn't a recent murder victim. in fact, the body was from 300-400 BC, and was shockingly well preserved by the peat.

in denmark, 1950, two brothers were digging peat to be used as fuel when they came across what is now known as the tollund man. he still had hair, skin, and a five o'clock shadow, so they assumed it was a recent murder victim and called the police. upon arrival, they noticed rope around his neck: this wasn't a recent murder victim. in fact, the body was from 300-400 BC, and was shockingly well preserved by the peat.

MARIB. Ancient writing on stone in the Bilqis Temple ruins in the Saba Valley.    One of the most famous archaeological sites in Yemen, it was once the capital of the Kingdom of Saba (Sheba).

MARIB. Ancient writing on stone in the Bilqis Temple ruins in the Saba Valley. One of the most famous archaeological sites in Yemen, it was once the capital of the Kingdom of Saba (Sheba).

Nemrut Dagi - is a 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BCE.

Nemrut Dagi - is a 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BCE.

Faience Vessel with procession of four bulls:Medium: Faience, glazed  Geographical Locations:  Possible place made: Egypt  Possible place made: Sudan  Dates: ca. 775-653 B.C.E.  Dynasty: XXV Dynasty (possibly)  Period: Third Intermediate Period

Faience Vessel with procession of four bulls:Medium: Faience, glazed Geographical Locations: Possible place made: Egypt Possible place made: Sudan Dates: ca. 775-653 B.C.E. Dynasty: XXV Dynasty (possibly) Period: Third Intermediate Period

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