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Souvlaki Trays, Ancient Portable Grills used by Greeks
The grand Mycenaens, the first Greeks, who inspired the legends of the Trojan Wars, The Iliad and The Odyssey, used portable grills to cook meat during their picnics, more than 3000 years ago. This civilization, which thrived around …

Kumbhakarna the Ancient ROBOT used in Ramayana Warfare
In ‘Ramayana‘, the world’s oldest epic poem, Kumbhakarna is referred as Ravana’s younger brother. But he was not a living being at all, but a ‘Yantra‘ (machine/robot) which had a gigantic appearance (like a giant robot).…

Antikythera Mechanism – Mechanical Analog Computer
The antikythera mechanism is currently housed in the Greek National Archaeological Museum in Athens and is thought to be one of the most complicated antiques in existence. At the beginning of the 20th century, divers off the island of Antikythera …

The Hopi Prophecies and A Blue Star Kachina
The Great Mystery of Hopi Indians The Hopi Indians, who live in the arid highlands of northern Arizona, have inhabited the same place for a millennium, far longer than any other people in North America. They are not only one …

Iron Pillar in Delhi
Standing at the center of the Quwwatul Mosque the Iron Pillar is one of Delhi’s most curious structures. Dating back to 4th century A.D., the pillar bears an inscription which states that it was erected as a flagstaff in honour …

Arkaim circles – the Siberian Stonehenge
Arkaim is a Bronze Age fortress in the Ural. Although it is now a ruin, it was once an advanced fortified city, well planned with drainage and sewage systems, mines and metallurgy facilities. Artifacts found at Arkaim were dated to …

Abydos Helicopter in Egypt
In 1848, an archaeological expedition working in Egypt discovered strange hieroglyphs on a ceiling beam at an ancient temple in Abydos, several hundred miles south of Cairo. The hieroglyphs were carefully copied and brought back to Europe. The mysterious images …