Controversial, unorthodox and pseudo-scientific approaches to the material remains of past cultures.
Interactive presentation of evidence in chemistry, cartography, pigments, and archeology, bearing on the question of the authenticity (or lack of it) of the allegedly 15th-century map showing "Vinland".
Evidence of anomalous archaeological artifacts from around the world.
Shinichi Fujimura, the Vinland Map, the Piltdown Man, Kensington Stone, and other archaeological fakes.
Includes comprehensive information on the subject of astroarchaeology and extraterrestrials on earth. Very connected to Erich von Däniken and his ideas.
Örjan Svensson presents a new interpretation of remarkable Old Futhark inscriptions in Blekinge, Sweden, in the light of Kjell Aartun's assertion that Old Futhark inscriptions are manifestations of a Semitic fertility cult.
A skeptical archaeology site. It contains references to other sites and articles not found elsewhere which expose 'cult' or 'fringe' archaeology.
Alexander Koltypin's theory of how "gods" and dragon-people lived on Earth 66 million years ago, until 34 million years ago, when space invaders landed on the Earth 35 and 25 million years ago, then the planet was in a state of war from 24 million years ago until the present.
Cultural legacies of our world. Features include gothic dreams, earthlore from Ireland, mythic worlds, mysteries of lost and hidden histories.
Original ideas regarding ancient civilizations, archaeoastronomy, Stonehenge and biblical mysteries.
Annual conference dealing with megaliths, lost civilisations and earth mysteries. Includes gallery, information about speakers and reviews of past events. Held in Glastonbury, England.
From the Talk.Origins newsgroup archive, disputing the "facts" of The Mysterious Origins of Man tv series
Disputing the "facts" of The Mysterious Origins of Man tv series, with references
Are there really flying saucers? What killed the dinosaurs? Is there something ancient and alive in Loch Ness? The Museum takes a scientific look at these, and other, questions.
Follow the traces of the famous Amazons, the ancient history of Malta and the enigmatic culture of the Berbers
Alan F Alford writes about various mysteries including Atlantis, the Nazca lines, the stones of Baalbek and the Ark of the Covenant.
Mali, Easter Island, Stonehenge, Chichen Itza, and other ancient civiliations and sacred sites in a visually stunning and thought provoking site.
Collection of links to sites featuring sacred landscapes, stone circles, labyrinths, spiral mounds and mountains.
Promotes acknowledgment and interpretation of paleolithic art everywhere in the world, and of the origins of Man. In English and Italian.
Photographs, writings and theories regarding sacred sites, power places, pilgrimage traditions, and ancient mysteries by anthropologist, photographer, and world traveler Martin Gray.
Article by Peter Marsh explores the origins of the people of Polynesia. Includes a location map.
Analyzes satellite imagery for the use of archaeological discovery. Underwater objects, Giza face and the like.
Online editions of the bi-monthly Science Frontiers digest, produced by William R. Corliss
Connections between Amazonian myth and the Greek island Lemnos.
Descriptive links to news items concerning esoterica, including ancient mysteries.
Is there evidence recorded in myths and legends that there have been global disasters which have destroyed ancient civilisations? Could these catastrophes explain the true nature of the gods? Paul Whitesman discusses these topics.
All about Dalamatia City, supposedly the first place of civilization built by the sons of God 500,000 years ago and destroyed 200,000 years ago through sudden land submergence and a tidal wave.
Catherine Yronwode's collection of illustrated essays on sacred sites, sacred geometry, archaeoastronomy, and vernacular sacred architecture.
A timeline of facts and possibilities regarding lost civilizations and technologies, prehistoric catastrophism and evolutionary twists.
Provides information on a project, videos and book series that claims to solve historical, scientific, theological and Biblical mysteries.
Arguments for and against Catastrophic theories
Explore lost civilizations and cultures, mystic places, sacred writings, unexplained artifacts, and science mysteries. Biographies of popular proponents of alternative theories.
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