Definition: Archaeology is the scientific study of human remains and artifacts, including the cultures and behaviors glimpsed from those remains. Previous human societies are examined through the discovery of human fossils and artifacts such as tools, eating utensils, pottery, and jewelry. Also food remains, structures, and ruins are reviewed and used to reconstruct life in the past. Being a field of anthropology, archeology differs in that it concentrates on past societies and the shifts or changes in these societies over epochs of time. The overlap with history is great, however instead of performing investigations on governmental archives, business documents, or personal correspondence, archaeology strictly focuses on those objects found on the ground or within it.
Archaeology was one of my favorite subjects but I had no idea what its total ramifications were when I was in school! Now I can see that all of society should be fully informed of the up and coming, as well as forgotten archeological discoveries. They give us such a lucid glimpse into our past, especially since archaeology doesn’t base its findings on written documents by those in power at the time, but the actual tools and materials that were actually invented and used during that time period.
This is a key ingredient in researching facts on this planet. Here are some of the links that I have accumulated that are affiliated with archaeology and will hopefully lead you to a totally new world of perspectives! They are not all necessarily archaeologists but seem to have a relationship with this field.
TED Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe | Genevieve von Petzinger Dec 18, 2015 Written language, the hallmark of human civilization, didn’t just suddenly appear one day. Thousands of years before the first fully developed writing systems, our...read more
DivineFrequency Alien Origins: Legend of the Bull’s Eye, Aldebaran Dec 7, 2017 Teresa Yanaros of Divine Frequency presents her research on main stream historical origins of the term “bull’s eye” and the juxtaposition of esoteric and...read more
Ancient-Origins 5,100-year-old Hydraulic System Found in China is the Oldest in the World 6 DECEMBER, 2017 – ALICIA MCDERMOTT Four years of excavations have unearthed an immense water engineering project created in China about 5,100 years ago. This predates the...read more
The Epoch Times There are a few controversial claims floating around that the Americas were reachedby oversea cultures before Columbus made his well-known visit to the “New World” in 1492. For example, Italian physicist and philologist Lucio Russo has presented the...read more
UFOmania – The truth is out there Published on Dec 4, 2017 Ancient Harbor and Castle found in Antarctica Read here:https://helenastales.weebly.com/blogu… Follow us on facebook:...read more
Robert Sepehr Published on Dec 2, 2017 The mystery of sex energy and transmutation, and how you can harness this universal life force to send your productivity into overdrive. Napoleon Hill talked about the Transmutation of Sexual Energy, calling it the most powerful...read more
HumansAreFree 5.7-Million-Year-Old Hominin Footprints Challenge Human Evolutionary Timeline If the discoveries over the past few decades have told us anything, it’s that the evolution of humans is anything but simple. Now, a new discovery on the Mediterranean island...read more
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Richard Cassearo One of the greatest archaeological riddles—and one of the grossest academic omissions—of our time is the untold story of the parallel ruins left by two seemingly unrelated ancient civilizations: the ancient Mayans on one side of the Pacific Ocean and...read more
Exopolitics Possible New Source on Discovery of Frozen City under Antarctic Ice WRITTEN BY DR MICHAEL SALLA ON NOVEMBER 19, 2017 A possible new source has come forward with corroborating information about the discovery of a large frozen city two miles under the...read more
Megalithomania Colossal Stone Heads of the Mysterious OLMEC – Mexico, 1800 BC – 1200 BC Nov 9, 2017 Explore the world of the Olmec & the Maya with Megalithomania in January 2018, with hosts Brien Foerster, Hugh Newman & Jim Vieira. Details here:...read more
The Guardian Ian Sample Science editor Thursday 2 November 2017 08.00 EDTLast modified on Thursday 2 November 2017 18.00 EDT Archaeologists have uncovered a mysterious enclosure hidden deep inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, the oldest of the seven wonders of the...read more
Ancient Code “…it is the sea level during the Calabrian phase which is the closest to the present mark with the highest GES (Great Egyptian Sphinx) hollow at its level. High level of sea water also caused the Nile overflowing and created long-living water-bodies. As...read more
Graham Hancock: THE ZOROASTRIAN TEXTS OF ANCIENT PERSIA & WHAT THEY REVEAL ABOUT ADVANCED ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
CollectiveEvolution THE ZOROASTRIAN TEXTS OF ANCIENT PERSIA & WHAT THEY REVEAL ABOUT ADVANCED ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS GRAHAM HANCOCK NOVEMBER 2, 2017 Graham Hancock investigates the mysterious religious texts of the Zoroastrians of ancient Persia and the...read more
Theosophical Society Published on Oct 31, 2017 Presented on October 19, 2017 In recent decades there have been several archaeological developments in Egypt that could force us to re-evaluate our understanding not only of Egyptology, but of world history generally....read more
Ancient Origins Archaeologists are quite familiar with the unearthing of human remains. But occasionally they come across burials that are more bizarre and unsettling – from hybrid frankenstein-type skeletons, to ‘vampires’ pinned to the ground with wooden stakes,...read more
Ancient Origins “The primitive mind does not invent myths, it experiences them.” — Carl Jung For nearly 30 years I have returned to the famous “Sleeping Prophet” Edgar Cayce’s readings as a road map to try and piece together the complex origins of civilization...read more
Earthfiles Linda Moulton Howe: Large Petroglyphs in Northern Kazakhstan Oct 23, 2017 Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world, larger than Western Europe, and extends from the Caspian Sea on the west to Mongolia on the east; from Russia in the north to...read more