Stonehenge continues to surprise us …

The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project reveals traces of standing stones beneath Durrington Walls super-henge. Credit: © LBI ArchPro, Juan Torrejón Valdelomar, Joachim Brandtner http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150907114556.htm Everything written previously about the Stonehenge landscape and the ancient monuments within it will need to be re-written," says Paul Garwood, Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Birmingham, and…

Stone tools half a million years older than the first Homo species & someone else may have made them?

The 1st homo species is supposed to be Homo Habilis - (handy man). Who made these flaked tools? An older homo habilis or some of the more advanced ape-like upright walkers that are not related to Lucy? According to Daily Mail: "World's oldest tools discovered: Stone flakes made by human ancestor 3.3 million year ago…

“first Minoan CD-ROM,” Code finally Cracked for the Ancient Phaistos Disk!

The Phaistos Disk front & back views. Parts of the article in Huffington Post reads as follows: Some of the code deciphered: The disk can be read in a spiral direction from the outside rim to the inside. Using what previous studies have shown about Cretan hieroglyphics, and the scripts Minoan Linear A and Mycenaean…

Archaeology meets Cosmology

Image of the Nebra Sky Disc of the European Bronze Age period Archaeo-astronomy steps out from shadows of the past   June 23, 2014 in science daily. Below is a summary of article "From the ‘Crystal Pathway’ that links stone circles on Cornwall’s Bodmin Moor to star-aligned megaliths in central Portugal, archaeo-astronomers are finding evidence…

HOBBITS – A NEW HUMAN? Or Epigenetic Adaptation

http://youtu.be/9fvL2PHhx04%5D The video and article below relate to the HOBBIT (of the real variety) A NEW SPECIES of HUMAN, not deformed or dwarf types.... article about the HOBBIT's stone tools   I would like you to think about all of this in the context of rapid evolutionary (epigenetic) processes that makes perfect sense of this…