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Megalithomania Tour Of Ancient Peru And Bolivia 2013

Brien Foerster - Hidden Inca Tours.

Brien has been travelling the world with his video camera showing in great detail what we are missing from our past.

On the Inca trail he is joined by Robert Schoch, David Hatcher Childress, Hugh Newman & Glenn Broughton amongst an array of other alternative thinkers.

Christopher Dunn, Lloyd Pye, Jim Mars, ( if memory serves me ) are also included.

I have been following him around watching his videos for the past 6 months, & i feel now is the time to bring them to you Chani ites

http://hiddenincatours.com/

There are over 638 short time videos ranging from 2 mins - 15 mins i hope you will enjoy them as i have.

I give you also a link direct to his Youtube account where you can subscribe if you wish to.

http://www.youtube.com/user/brienfoerster/videos

All the videos are in the link above ^^

Trust me ! you will NOT be disappointed to learn new and hidden in plain sight the things the books dont teach you.

Enjoy

Icanseeatoms.

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Lost horizons: mediaeval city uncovered

...Not so ancient, but still old for us...! ;)

Video of the archeological footage: (available on the link on the bottom)

http://media.smh.com.au/system/ipad/hidden-city-4481540.html

"Archaeologists using revolutionary airborne laser technology have discovered a lost mediaeval city that thrived on a mist-shrouded Cambodian mountain 1200 years ago.

The stunning discovery of the city, Mahendraparvata, includes temples hidden by jungle for centuries - temples that archaeologists believe have never been looted.

An instrument called Lidar strapped to a helicopter which criss-crossed a mountain north of the Angkor Wat complex provided data that matched years of ground research by archaeologists. The research revealed the city that founded the Angkor Empire in 802AD."

More at the Source:

http://www.smh.com.au/world/lost-horizons-mediaeval-city-uncovered-20130614-2o9p3.html

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Archaeologists discover lost Maya city in Mexican jungle

By Luc Cohen

MEXICO CITY | Thu Jun 20, 2013 3:04pm EDT

(Reuters) - Archaeologists have found an ancient Maya city that remained hidden for centuries in the rain forests of eastern Mexico, a discovery in a remote nature reserve they hope will yield clues about how the civilization collapsed around 1,000 years ago.

The team, led by Ivan Sprajc, associate professor at the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, found 15 pyramids - including one that stands 75 feet tall - ball courts, plazas and tall, sculpted stone shafts called stelae.

They named the city Chactun, meaning "Red Rock" or "Large Rock." Sprajc said it was likely slightly less populous than the large ancient Maya city of Tikal in Guatemala, and could have been home to as many as 30,000 or 40,000 people, though further research is necessary to determine an exact estimate.

Chactun likely had its heyday during the late Classic period of Maya civilization between 600 and 900 A.D., Sprajc said.

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There are a few photos here:  http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/20/us-mexico-maya-idUSBRE95J0ZP20130620

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Do we really believe that they have only just found all these sites?  Seriously, this technology to locate lost civilisation sites through whatever planetary scanning means has been around for a while now.  I have this feeling that they know where a hell of a lot of these sites are, they are just releasing the information slowly.  Could be just me, but they know a lot more than they are saying and they have known it for a long time now.

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First Unlooted Royal Tomb of Its Kind Unearthed in Peru

Three queens were buried with golden treasures, human sacrifices.

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Images of winged, supernatural beings adorn a pair of heavy gold-and-silver ear ornaments that one high-ranking Wari woman wore to her grave in the imperial tomb at El Castillo de Huarmey.  In all, the archaeological team found the remains of 63 individuals, including three Wari queens. (See more pictures)

Photograph by Daniel Giannoni

"It was a stunning discovery: the first unlooted imperial tomb of the Wari, the ancient civilization that built South America's earliest empire between 700 and 1000 A.D. Yet it wasn't happiness that Milosz Giersz felt when he first glimpsed gold in the dim recesses of the burial chamber in northern Peru.

Giersz, an archaeologist at the University of Warsaw in Poland, realized at once that if word leaked out that his Polish-Peruvian team had discovered a 1,200-year-old "temple of the dead" filled with precious gold and silver artifacts, looters would descend on the site in droves. "I had a nightmare about the possibility," says Giersz."

More at the Source:

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2013/06/130627-peru-archaeology-wari-south-america-human-sacrifice-royal-ancient-world/

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Here is the image that for some reason is not linking correctly ....

"Images of winged, supernatural beings adorn a pair of heavy gold-and-silver ear ornaments that a high-ranking Wari woman wore to her grave in the newly discovered mausoleum at El Castillo de Huarmey in Peru."

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Scientists study rare dinosaur skin fossil at CLS

from April 23, 2013

"Experiments will determine dinosaur’s skin colour and why the fossil preserved intact

One of the only well preserved dinosaur skin samples ever found is being tested at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) synchrotron to determine skin colour and to explain why the fossilized specimen remained intact after 70-million years.

University of Regina physicist Mauricio Barbi said the hadrosaur, a duck-billed dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period (100-65 million years ago), was found close to a river bed near Grand Prairie, Alberta.

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“As we excavated the fossil, I thought that we were looking at a skin impression. Then I noticed a piece came off and I realized this is not ordinary – this is real skin. Everyone involved with the excavation was incredibly excited and we started discussing research projects right away.”

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“This fossil is fascinating because it can tell us so much about the life and the appearance of the dinosaurs in the area.”

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“It is astonishing that we can get information like this from such an old sample,” said Tim May, CLS Mid-IR staff scientist. “Skin has fat and lots of dead cells along with many inorganic compounds. We can reflect the infrared beam off the sample and we can analyze the samples to give us very clear characteristics.”

May said that infrared techniques are so accurate at determining chemical characteristics that it is known as the “fingerprint region” of the light spectrum. 

But perhaps the greatest question Barbi is trying to answer at the CLS is how the fossil remained intact for around 70-million years.

“What’s not clear is what happened to this dinosaur and how it died,” he said. “There is something special about this fossil and the area where it was found, and I am going to find out what it is.” 

mediarelease20130426-dinsaur_skin.jpgA dinosaur skin sample from a 70-million-year-old hadrosaur is being tested at the Canadian Light Source. This is one of only a few skin samples ever found.

Read more here

http://www.lightsource.ca/news/media_release_20130426.php

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Here is the image that for some reason is not linking correctly ....

Thank you for the link, phil, and sorry for my slow post for thanking you for doing it...(T_T)

Because I can see the image no worries from my pc, I didn't realise the link wasn't working...! :-\

So big THANK YOU for following it up! :):-*:-* :-*

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The Ancient Megalithic Solar Calendar Of Killarumiyoq In Peru

Brien Foerster

Published on 7 Jul 2013

http://www.hiddenincatours.com

Incredible ' cut outs ' in stone possibly for the moon or solar sun.

Killarumiyoq - Moon - Stone - Place of !  - Place of the moon stone !

Luna calendar or Solar calendar or something else, looks similar as a Rainbow ( 7) ROYGBIV. with a place to put the ' finger bowl ' early AM , just sayin.

The dimensions were measured solely for Dr. Arlan Andrews, who will be writing an article or? book chapter about it.

Possibly over 5,000 of these stone 'cut outs ' around the area !

And supposedly they cut these out with bronze chisels and stone hammers , phffft

Also featured is a natural cave with a difference !

Brien visits many sites of interest around the planet, these tours he does are fascinating.

Icanseeatoms.

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Going to post this and YES I DO realize it's from 2008. (why do they do this??) However I don't believe anything about this is covered on this thread, and I find it interesting, AND it is not bad news.

Ancient city discovered deep in Amazonian rainforest linked to the legendary white-skinned Cloud People of Peru

Dec. 2008

"A lost city discovered deep in the Amazon rainforest could unlock the secrets of a legendary tribe.

Little is known about the Cloud People of Peru, an ancient, white-skinned civilisation wiped out by disease and war in the 16th century.

But now archaeologists have uncovered a fortified citadel in a remote mountainous area of Peru known for its isolated natural beauty.

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An ancient Chachapoyas village located close to the area where the lost city was found

Read more:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1091550/Ancient-city-discovered-deep-Amazonian-rainforest-linked-legendary-white-skinned-Cloud-People-Peru.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chachapoyas_culture

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Unique Egyptian sphinx unearthed in north Israel

Part of an ancient Egyptian king's unique sphinx was unveiled at a dig in northern Israel on Tuesday, with researchers struggling to understand just how the unexpected find ended up there.

The broken granite sphinx statue -- including the paws and some of the mythical creature's forearms -- displayed at Tel Hazor archaeological site in Israel's Galilee, is the first such find in the region.

Its discovery also marks the first time ever that researchers have found a statue dedicated to Egyptian ruler Mycerinus who ruled circa 2,500 BC and was builder of one of the three Giza pyramids, an expert said

http://www.france24.com/en/20130709-unique-egyptian-sphinx-unearthed-north-israel?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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Exploring Tunnels UNDER Egypt's Giza Plateau

Published on 10 Jul 2013

http://www.hiddenincatours.com

Part 1 of a 4 part series that is upcoming in the near future.

Brien Foerster continues on his travels this time to Giza and the Pyramids searching below the Plateaux of which there are at least 3 layers according to his new guide Youseff.

They tour and show us the hidden and barred depths to which extends long wide channels through which WATER travelled into the Plateaux and then onto the Pyramids themselves.  Ref ; Type ' Bulla ' in search engine for a more detailed explanation !

This tour of the guts on the Plateaux helps us to understand better the real reasons for the Pyramids !

Icanseeatoms.

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:rolleyes: Ya right. Waterways...well maybe but I doubt it. This does not make sense. Where is the rest of the infrastructure to accommodate large amounts of water? Where is water erosion that you see clearly on the base of the Sphinx herself? This conjecture is most likely to put us off the trail of what that series of tunnels is really about: namely pathways to other temples and communities such as the Transylvania sphinx and biblical city of Ur etc.

Styrofoam cups indeed!

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Polish archaeologists unearth 'vampire grave'

Skeletons were found with their heads removed and placed on their legs indicating they had been subjected to an execution ritual designed to ensure the dead stayed dead.

Anybody accused of being a vampire in the distant past faced a grim fate.

Sometimes they would be decapitated, while another punishment involved hanging from a gibbet until decomposition resulted in the head separating from the body. In both cases the head was then laid on the legs of the victim in the hope that an inability to locate their head would hinder the progress of those intent on rising from the grave.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/10174137/Polish-archaeologists-unearth-vampire-grave.html

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Does long-lost pyramid discovery rival those of Giza?

Mysterious, pyramid-like structures spotted in the Egyptian desert by an amateur satellite archaeologist might be long-lost pyramids after all, according to a new investigation into the enigmatic mounds.

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/07/16/does-long-lost-pyramid-discovery-rival-those-giza/#ixzz2ZEnhYCGa

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Wow...TRIANGLE PYRAMID??? The THIRD ONE!???? Fuse Year!????

(I thought Antarctica had the third triangle pyramid but may be this is the one...mind you, the sides are a bit wonky looking, and considering pyramids on Giza are 8 sided, may be this is 6 sided, and not exaxtly qualify as "triangle pyramid".)

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Timely?

15 July 2013 Last updated at 02:01 GMT

'World's oldest calendar' discovered in Scottish field

Professor Vince Gaffney, an expert in landscape archaeology, explains what the pits appear to show

Archaeologists believe they have discovered the world's oldest lunar "calendar" in an Aberdeenshire field.

Excavations of a field at Crathes Castle found a series of 12 pits which appear to mimic the phases of the moon and track lunar months.

A team led by the University of Birmingham suggests the ancient monument was created by hunter-gatherers about 10,000 years ago.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-23286928

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