Did KGB accidentally discover a 13,000-year-old mysterious mummy in Egypt?

Did KGB accidentally discover a 13,000-year-old mysterious mummy in Egypt? The Ancient Egyptians and Babylonians were supposedly visited by intellectual beings come from other worlds, and the Soviet spies hunted for their preserved bodies to uncover ‘military secrets. There is only a little information about this strange (alien) mummy, and there is only one documentary …

Mount Kailash and its connection to pyramids, nuclear power plants, and extraterrestrials

Mount Kailash and its connection to pyramids, nuclear power plants, and extraterrestrials Shrouded in lore and mysticism of the unknown, Mount Kailash remains an unexplained phenomenon with several layers adding to its mystery. Located in Western Tibet, Mount Kailash, over the centuries, has garnered interest from several parts of the world and many different disciplines. …

The White City: A mysterious lost “City of the Monkey God” discovered in Honduras

The White City: A mysterious lost “City of the Monkey God” discovered in Honduras The White City is a legendary lost city of ancient civilization. The Indians see it as a cursed land filled with dangerous deities, half-gods, and abundant lost treasures. Did the ancient inhabitants of Honduras once live in a city made completely …

2,600-Year-Old Halloumi Cheese Uncovered in Saqqara, Egypt

2,600-Year-Old Halloumi Cheese Uncovered in Saqqara, Egypt Imagine cheese left out of the fridge for longer than a few hours in a hot, arid climate. You might imagine smelling wet socks and dirty feet. Now, imagine cheese left unattended in some obscure storage for 2,600 years! This was the scene facing archaeologists working in Egypt’s …

Underground Tunnel Found Beneath Egyptian Temple May Lead to Cleopatra

Underground Tunnel Found Beneath Egyptian Temple May Lead to Cleopatra The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the incredible discovery of a rock-cut tunnel deep below ground in the area of the Taposiris Magna Temple, west of Alexandria in Egypt. The massive tunnel, which has been described as a ‘geometric miracle’ stretches over …

Unique 2,000-Year-Old Roman Road Accidentally Uncovered in Worcestershire

Unique 2,000-Year-Old Roman Road Accidentally Uncovered in Worcestershire What is thought to be a Roman road, potentially dating back 2,000 years, has been uncovered in a field in Worcestershire in the UK. An expert has assessed it to likely be a cobbled Ford, and the construction was discovered accidentally by ground workers near Evesham. If …

Underground Tunnel Found Beneath Egyptian Temple May Lead to Cleopatra

Underground Tunnel Found Beneath Egyptian Temple May Lead to Cleopatra The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the incredible discovery of a rock-cut tunnel deep below ground in the area of the Taposiris Magna Temple, west of Alexandria in Egypt. The massive tunnel, which has been described as a ‘geometric miracle’ stretches over …

Dog found MUMMIFIED inside tree trunk after getting stuck chasing raccoon 20 years earlier

Dog found MUMMIFIED inside tree trunk after getting stuck chasing raccoon 20 years earlier Inside the Southern Forest World Museum in Waycross, Georgia, there is a tree stump that contains the remains of a four-year-old hound dog. The shocking thing about it is the dog’s body was well preserved for almost 60 years even though …

Colorful 4000-Year-Old Tomb Discovered in Saqqara

Colorful 4000-Year-Old Tomb Discovered in Saqqara In Egypt, archeological discoveries never end. This was made all the more clear by the recent discovery of a colorful tomb in Saqqara, home to some of Egypt’s earliest pyramids. The incredibly well-preserved tomb contains vibrant wall paintings that look like they were painted yesterday, when in reality the …

Roman Mosaic Unearthed in Ancient Slave Monster’s Villa

Roman Mosaic Unearthed in Ancient Slave Monster’s Villa At a luxury seaside villa at Posillipo near Naples, researchers have unearthed an ancient Roman mosaic that once decorated the home of a horrific and horrendous Roman tyrant known as Publius Vedius Pollio. Remembered for his cruel treatment of slaves, legend has it that Pollio went so …