Monthly Archives: September 2011

Illumination please!

You can trawl all around the web-pages and ‘sites about Egypt, Tiahuanaco and the like for ages and think, mmm…ritual stuff and ceremonial buildings. Okay, fair enough, it is a good ‘get-out’ when you simply haven’t got a clue what … Continue reading

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Spacial oopart?

All over The Earth what we call ‘ooparts’ seem to abound as we ever dig and learn. There are too places, at present inaccessible to us, that will stay that way for a while so that future oopart detectives will … Continue reading

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Unseen ooparts

These days photographs of what were perhaps once ‘ooparts’ are plentiful on the ‘net. Mexican pyramids, Egyptian pyramids, Tiahuanaco, and all of the now well-visited historical sites are there to intrigue us, with their size, construction type or sheer age. … Continue reading

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What is it?

In the true sense Stonehenge isn’t really an oopart. There are many such structures (some only recently being discovered) in the British Isles. The strange thing about these things is that their use is unknown – yet it must have … Continue reading

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Ancient planning?

The pyramids at Giza – particularly the Great Pyramid – ever intrigue the deductive mind. Within the Great Pyramid what can only be described as the remains of a ‘mechanism’ reside to puzzle us. Without the wooden (?) structures the … Continue reading

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Big?

Megaliths exist all over the place – it’s as if everyone could shift them except us! Even China has a few biggies. These are the huge blocks partially cut from their quarry mountain for use, in the fifteenth century, as … Continue reading

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Longitude?

After many years of trying in 1773 John Harrison was finally credited with the news that his invention – a very accurate watch – was usable by seamen to calculate longitude from the ‘mean’ line of Greenwich. It follows then … Continue reading

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Big Sarcophagii?

Even just browsing a few archaeological websites can bring-up some fascinating anomilies. Like the huge ‘Bull sarcophagii’ at the Serapeium. Strangely, as with the pyramids, no bodies (bull or otherwise) have been found in these stone boxes. The huge granite … Continue reading

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How big?

There were several programmes on tv last night about dinosaurs. One of them featured a large bird-like creature – known as Giganoraptor – which was, even to folk now used to imagining such large animals, quite something. The remains of … Continue reading

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Cornered?

The intricate fitting of many megaliths does give us headaches as to exactly how these boulders were so perfectly erected. Neatly carved corners, as in the first two pictures, were probably carved after the stones were stacked. Pillars by a … Continue reading

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