So were there ancient civilizations?

Published February 11, 2018

So were there ancient civilizations?

There is ample evidence that ancient civilizations possessed high technologies and in their development were much ahead of our time. There is an opinion that some kind of global catastrophe destroyed ancient civilizations. And that they were in contact with representatives of other worlds that taught them technology, science and art. Discussions on the topic so were the ancient civilizations, conducted...

Chichen Itza senot

Published February 11, 2018

Chichen Itza senot

The Mayan city of Chichen Itza is located 120 km east of the city of Merida in the Mexican state of Yucatan. This city was founded in 455 by Indian Indians. And next door was the Chichen Itza senot, by whose name Chichen Itza got its name - "The mouth of the well (tribe) of the egg". Two centuries later (in 692) the people left the city...

Tikal

Published February 11, 2018

Tikal

Tikal is the largest and most studied monument of the classical Mayan era. This city is located in the north of Guatemala in the department of Petain, in a zone of humid tropical forests. In the mid-19th century, Ambrosio Tut, the Governor of the Petain Department, rediscovered this huge city of ancient Maya. In the years 1956-1967. in Tikal...

Mochica

Published February 11, 2018

Mochica

The Moche Valley, located in the north of Peru, near the modern city of Trujillo, in the early and middle of the first millennium AD was the center of one of the most brilliant civilizations of America - Mochica. This culture was discovered in the late 19th century by the German archaeologist Max Ole. However, the greatest contribution...

Copan

Published February 11, 2018

Copan

Copan is located in the west Honduras, near the Guatemalan border. At one time he was here with the troops of Cortes, who in 1525 went after the conquest of the state of the Aztecs from Mexico to Honduras. In 1576, among the ruins of Copan visited the Spanish chronicler Diego Garcia de Palacio...

Egyptian artifacts of the Grand Canyon

Published February 11, 2018

Egyptian artifacts of the Grand Canyon

April 5, 1909, "Phoenix Gazette" published a long article that described the discoveries made by a group of scientists led by Professor SA Jordan and JI Kincaid of the Smithsonian Institution. The article described the expedition of Jordan to the Grand Canyon, where he went in search of minerals. What they found there, they said, was far more important than any minerals and was called the Egyptian artifacts of the Grand Canyon...

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