TOUR INFO / REGISTER By Mark Andrew Carpenter In 1952, deep within the smoldering cedar and mahogany forests of southern Mexico, and after four years of arduous toiling, the archaeologist Alberto Ruz Lhuillier finally finished removing the rubble from the stairway in order to gain access to the hidden tomb of Pakal the Great . On finding the intact … Continue reading The Secret Skull of Pakal the Great: An Academic Cover-Up?
You are invited to join Megalithic Marvels founder Derek Olson & renowned Egyptologist Mohamed Ibrahim for the adventure of a lifetime – a 14 day expedition to see & touch the worlds greatest ancient super structures. Megalithic Marvels just interviewed Egyptologist & tour guide Mohamed Ibrahim to preview the upcoming February tour. Here are the … Continue reading Megalithic Marvels of Egypt Tour Preview
TOUR INFO When the European colonists stumbled upon the new world, they found a thriving culture previously settled by the Native Americans. However, as the colonists began to push westward they began to discover the remains of another culture that seemed to predate the Native Americans by thousands of years. Huge balancing rocks, stone structures, … Continue reading Ancient Anomalies of the American Southeast & Northeast
TOUR INFO The Billings Gazette: August 29, 1907
TOUR INFO The Yonaguni Monument is an underwater stone structure that was discovered in the 1980s near Yonaguni Island, Japan. This ziggurat or step pyramid like structure is more than 165 feet long and some 65 feet wide. https://www.instagram.com/p/B7VREnjnqav/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link The monuments base lies 110 ft below the sea. Therefore, G Hancock believes it to be at least 13000 … Continue reading The Yonaguni Monument: Ancient Underwater Structure?
Tour Info The Taney County Republican: February 25, 1904 Q Could these bones have belonged to one of the legendary red-haired giants of Lovelock Cave?
Tour Info The Daily Gate City: May 16, 1910
MORE INFO/ REGISTER By Marco Vigato I have just returned from an incredible trip through Tuscany and central Italy, during which I had the opportunity to visit again the fascinating site of Cosa, overlooking the Tyrrenian sea and Mount Argentario. The ancient city of Cosa is surrounded by 1.5 kilometers (1 mile) of polygonal walls … Continue reading Do the Polygonal Walls of Cosa Predate the Romans?