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  • date of the founding of ancient cultures

    I have been studying so long, that it helps to review my own work. it remains a work in progress, for I am not slow to abandon an old theory, when new

    aumsparky 5 days ago
  • poleshifts

    from study today of cayce, I can give a more exact date for previous poleshifts. 50,722 bce 22,006 bce 10,700 bce 3113 bce [my estimate] as can be seen, the

    aumsparky 11 days ago
  • age of dinosaurs

    to a spiritual man, with insight and inspiration, even a book of science fiction can yield something useful, or at least be entertaining. I have selected a.c

    aumsparky 12 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.

  • -We try to assist others in identifying and translating ancient scripts.
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  • -Among us are pros and amateurs, and we encourage all interested parties to join us, regardless of formal education.
  • -Like all serious researchers we favor hard evidence, but we are open-minded enough to hear other thoughts and opinions, even the metaphysical, if they relate to our subjects.
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  • -Trouble-makers, debaters, and the rude may be removed and banned from the list. Feel free to state your view and position, but do not presume that your criticism of another's is welcome.
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