ancient civilization

Atlantis and the Neanderthals


Charles Hapgood, an American professor of history, became convinced in 1989 that a civilization, ‘with high levels of science,’ had existed at least 100,000 years ago. In the mid-1950s, Hapgood had written a book called Earth’s Shifting Crust, to which Einstein contributed an In­troduction, arguing that the whole crust of the earth undergoes periodic ‘slippages,’ one of which in 9500 B.C. had caused the North Pole to move from Hudson Bay to its present position. And in 1966, his Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings…

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Satellite Evidence of Lost Civilization? We live, it has been argued, in the ruins of a vast civilization, too great to be seen by our lowly earthbound vision, but as we advance to higher levels, we are at last able to behold the great but lost design. Now satellites are providing a high ground beyond anything known before and, to our amazement, we learn that there are actually hundreds of miles of coastline on both the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of Florida, as well as…

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Oldest Humans in Israel Israeli archaeologists have found the earliest evidence yet for so-called modern humans. In a cave in central Israel, a team from Tel Aviv University has discovered 400,000-year-old human teeth. If the findings hold up, they will certain­ly overthrow the widely accepted human evolutionary timeline. According to conventional archaeology, modern humans (Homo sapiens) originated in Africa about 200,000 years ago and reached full behavioral modernity only around 50,000 years ago. Consequently, many have ruled out the possibility of advanced civilization before the…

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Why Only Stone Tools?

By Micharl Cremo

In late November of 2008, I was in Dubai to speak at the International Conference on Ancient Studies, held in the Raffles Hotel there. I gave a talk about my book Forbidden Archeology. Afterwards, a member of the audience asked me a familiar question. “If human beings like us have been present for tens of millions, hundreds of millions, of years, as you say, then why is most of the evidence that you present confined to stone tools, and things like that? What about evidence…

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Apostle of Mu


James Churchward’s The Lost Continent of Mu is a classic book that has withstood the test of time. Like Ignatius Donnelly’s Atlantis: The Antediluvian World (first published in 1882), The Lost Continent of Mu has never been out of print. Its message, while somewhat dated, still resonates with readers interested in the occult and ancient civiliza­tions. Colonel Churchward was a fascinating man—a world traveler, and a seasoned occultist—who, like many today, was exasperated by the “experts” of his day and their myopic reasoning and narrow…

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Wonders Never Cease

By Marsha Oaks

For those who think they have lost the ability of a child to experience sheer wonder at some of our world’s mysteries, this issue’s three DVDs may provide some suitable therapy. Mysterious Stone Monuments of Markawasi Peru Produced by Bill Cote and Peter E. Schneider Bill Cote is the owner of BC Video, a New York City based television production company, specializing in reality-based documentary and sustainable programming. Its principals are Bill Cote (director/producer), John Cheshire (writer/producer), and Carol Cote (art director/photographer). They produced, wrote,…

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