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Welcome to the journal specialized in studying the history of ancient civilizations!

The history written in the books has been patiently reconstructed by scholars who have conducted research on primary historical sources and archaeological finds. Our knowledge has increased day by day and continues to grow, but the mists that shroud our distant past are far from dissipating.

The notion that human civilization slowly and gradually emerged from nothing is hard to believe! Myths and legends from around the world narrate an extraordinary past with gods, heroes, giants, astonishing marvels, immense cataclysms. Civilizations have flourished and fallen multiple times.

Several ancient civilizations, in their myths, mention a primordial and idyllic period in which "Heaven and Earth were united" and the Moon did not yet shine in the sky. Was the arrival in orbit of our current satellite that ruined the harmony, generating catastrophes like the universal flood and cycles that characterize the current world, from the seasons to the precession of the equinoxes?

Understanding these ancient tales is an important step towards discovering where we come from.

Here I want to collect the information available about these ancient myths, with emphasis on "strange finds", misplaced artifacts (OOPArt), and generally everything that traditional history overlooks and try to discover together with you what happened a long time ago, when the Earth was ruled by the immortal "Gods" and not by men!

The journal is open, so everyone is free to write an article on this topic and contribute to the 'search of the true knowledge'.
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The Hollow Earth and the subterranean kingdom of Agharti

Is there an underground kingdom that, defying theories that speak of a glowing underground, develops right up to the center of the planet? Why do many ancient legends seem to confirm this?

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 · 20 Jun 2024
The interior of the Earth according to modern theories, which date back to 1907.
Centuries have passed since the discovery that our Earth is spherical. Since then, we have been taught that, according to the most widely accepted hypothesis put forward by Swiss geologist Eduard Suess, our planet is primarily composed of silicon and aluminum on the outside (the crust), silicon and magnesium inside the mantle, and nickel and iron in the central core. Yet, until today, these remain hypotheses, considering that we have not drilled more than 12 km into the crust, and that, according to another geologist, Victor Moritz Goldschmidt, the composition was the opposite. Nowadays, various hypotheses continue to be made about the Ea...

Physiology of a Fishman

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 · 19 Jun 2024
Numerous ancient traditions speak of fish men. But would it really be possible for a human being to
The fish man is a rather widespread figure in mythology: the Indian Matsya , the Philistine Dagon and the Nommo of the Dogon are just a few examples. But the best known of these beings is certainly the Sumerian-Babylonian Oannes , who in ancient times emerged from the sea to bring civilization to men. In a previous article we had retraced the main myths about fishmen, also reporting some modern sightings of similar creatures and sketching a hypothesis on their origin. However, we had not explored in depth a question of fundamental importance: is the existence of living beings halfway between man and fish (as in the case of Giants) physiol...

Ancient trade routes

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 · 19 Jun 2024
The kingdom of David inherited by his son Solomon
This adventure begins at the court of Solomon, ruler of the kingdom of Israel around 950 BC, son and successor of King David. Under his command, the kingdom extended from the Euphrates River to Egypt and he also had two very important allies: King Hiram, leader of the Phoenicians, the great navigators of antiquity, and the Queen of Sheba, who dominated an extended kingdom. in present-day Yemen and Ethiopia whose capital was Aksum, which supplied it with gold, incense, perfumes and spices. Her reign is considered by the Jews to be an ideal age, similar to that of the Augustan period in Rome. His wisdom, described in the Bible, is considere...

Ancient Sumerian knowledge and modern findings

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 · 19 Jun 2024
Ancient Sumerian knowledge and modern findings
The Sumerian civilization is, in the Middle Eastern area, the first civilization of which there is documented knowledge. Appearing suddenly and seemingly out of nowhere between eight and six thousand years ago, it claims credit for all the great inventions of an advanced society: inventions and innovations, concepts and beliefs, which form the basis of almost all other forms of civilization of the planet. The wheel, animal traction of vehicles, boats for rivers and ships for seas, bricks and lime, multi-story buildings, writing, schools, scribes, laws, judges and juries, the monarchy and the citizens' councils, music and dance, art, m...

Our culture has a clear ancient origin ...

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 · 19 Jun 2024
Our culture has a clear ancient origin ...
Many of us think that the civilizations that preceded us lived in semi-primitive conditions, that they had strange visions of realities dominated by non-existent divinities and that they told imaginative stories understandable only if read from a mythological perspective. For example, I have often heard it said that these people discovered a certain thing by chance and attributed this discovery to the gods, a gift that the gods granted them. In my opinion this is a completely wrong view and is conditioned by the fact that we have no other logical answers capable of supporting different theories. I think this vision of the peoples who prec...

The Step Pyramid of Zoser

What is in theory the first pyramid built in the world appears, in the light of papyrus and hieroglyphics, to be a much older monument than is believed, more similar to Mayan temples than to the typical architecture of Ancient Egypt.

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 · 17 Jun 2024
The Step Pyramid of Zoser
Talking about Egyptian pyramids scientifically today is nearly impossible. On one side, there are Egyptologists and "pyramidologists" fanatically clinging to 19 th -century beliefs, convinced that the pyramids were built by the oldest Pharaohs. On the other, there are incredible discoveries documented by modern researchers open to new theories, who are nonetheless snubbed (if not fiercely attacked) by official Science. Over all of this, shadowy figures with political interests spread discredit and trivialize to propagate the most conservative and reassuring ideas for the general public. However, if there's a place where a pre-flood pa...

Pyramids in Bosnia

The discovery of incredible megalithic hills in the former Yugoslavia, perhaps artificially modeled, brings the question of Europe's first inhabitants back to the forefront. Who built Visocica Hill fifteen thousand years ago?

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 · 16 Jun 2024
The profile of Visocica Hill, in Visoko, Bosnia. The unnatural shape and the discovery of a stone-co
When we think of pyramids, the colossal Egyptian structures immediately come to mind; thoughts also go to the Toltec and Maya pyramids of Mexico, as well as similar structures like the ziggurats of Mesopotamia. A closer examination reminds us that pyramids also exist in Nubia; experts then discuss the pyramids in the Canary Islands, those scattered in the islands of Polynesia in the Pacific Ocean, and the more informed even know about pyramids in China and Tibet, not to mention the remains of those in Peru (and those on Mars). But in Europe, until now, no pyramids had ever been found… Or is that really the case? Many Sardinians consider t...

The pyramidal mountains and megaliths of Alto Casertano (Italy)

In Campania, in the Volturno valley, there are dozens of testimonies of an astonishing past that has its roots in the most remote prehistory. A journey to discover these wonders hidden by official history.

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 · 15 Jun 2024
The famous Devils Ciampate, the oldest human footprints left by adolescents of Homo Heidelbergensis
Roccamonfina is a place that should be considered a world monument, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's not every day that we find a location where our direct ancestors left traces significant enough to rewrite history books. Roccamonfina is an extinct volcano that was notably active between 600,000 and 50,000 years ago. After an initial eruptive phase, it became dormant until around 385,000 years ago, when it reawakened with a series of explosive eruptions, depositing a large amount of ash. Our story begins during this period: between 385,000 and 325,000 years ago, three adolescent humans of the species Homo heidelbergensis walked on ...

Phoenician inscriptions in Brazil

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 · 15 Jun 2024
Phoenician inscriptions in Brazil
According to the orthodox historical vision, there were no contacts between the Middle Eastern world and the Americas before the arrival of the Genoese navigator Christopher Columbus in 1492. However, there is much evidence that the Middle Eastern world and also the Celtic-megalithic world had sporadic contacts with South America, starting from the time of the Sumerians. The Sumerian pre-contact theory is supported both by elements of linguistic similarity of the ancient Sumerian language with the Aymara language still spoken today in Bolivia, and by two very particular finds that were found near Lake Titicaca. I am referring to the Fuent...
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Pyramids in Sicily (Italy)

The incredible similarity between the Sicilian buildings and those of the Canary Islands reveal the history of a people whose origins date back to the most remote antiquity. Were the Sicans the ones who built the pyramids of the Alcantara Valley?

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 · 15 Jun 2024
One of the incredible Sicilian pyramids, located in the Alcantara Valley, at the foot of Etna, in th
The pyramid is a type of architecture present all over the world, leading to the hypothesis of a common cultural source that inspired these monuments. An ancestral people spread throughout the world, whose traces I am following for a long time. Numerous analogies have emerged recently, demonstrating the presence of a megalithic civilization thousands of years earlier than officially recognized history suggests. There are two islands with virtually identical constructions that may provide the key to this mystery. The distance separating Sicily from the island of Tenerife in the Canaries is thousands of kilometers, yet if we observe the ste...
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