Springs, Screws and Metals from Russia

They look like objects you’d find in any workshop or machine shop scrap bin. They are obviously manufactured. Yet this assortment of metal springs, eyelets, spirals, and other metal objects were found in layers of sediment dated … Read more

400 million years old machine at Kamchatka peninsula

In the remote Kamchatka peninsula, 150 miles from Tigil, Russia, University of St. Petersburg archaeologists discovered a strange fossil. The authenticity of the find has been certified. According archaeologist Yuri Golubev, the discovery surprised scientists. It was … Read more

Baghdad Battery

Sitting in the National Museum of Iraq is a earthenware jar called Baghdad Battery, about the size of a man’s fist. Its existence could require history books throughout the world to be rewritten. According to most texts … Read more

Sumerian Civilization knew about Solar System

The picture below is taken from a Sumerian cylinder seal cleary shows that they knew Saturn had rings around it. The Sumerian civilization emerged upon the flood plain of the lower reaches of the Tigris and Euphrates … Read more

The Mystery Statues of Easter Island

In one of the most remote spots on Earth, separated by more than two thousand miles of ocean from the nearest centers of civilization, is a lone, triangular-shaped island that occupies about 64 square miles of the … Read more

Stones Spheres of Costa Rica

One of the strangest mysteries in archaeology was discovered in the Diquis Delta of Costa Rica. Since the 1930s, hundreds of stone balls have been documented, ranging in size from a few centimetres to over two meters … Read more