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  • 3100 bce glancing impact

    cayce revealed that our moon once had a satelite of its own. no mention of when, or what happened to it. some early depictions of the new moon crescent, show

    aumsparky 2 days ago
  • greece - troy

    much has been written about greece and troy, some by me given here. lets see if anything can be added, if the muses be with us. we have discussed how the

    aumsparky 4 days ago
  • angkor revisited

    i'm more convinced than ever that the angkor tomb complex is perhaps the oldest works of cultured man on earth. it certainly has the most perfect structures

    aumsparky 28 days ago
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We discuss epigraphy, archaeology, history and alternative prehistory, cultural origins, migrations, and the impact of diffusion on the Americas. We invite everyone, including Central and South Americans, Europeans and Asians to participate.

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