Teotihuacán: City of the Gods or Ancient Spaceport?

(Gaia) The time: The first century. The place: Teotihuacán, one of the largest Mayan cities in ancient Mexico. Its name means “City of the Gods,” or “the place where men become gods.” Despite the ancient time period, the civilization was a bustling metropolis, housing sophisticated infrastructure, engineering, and technology.

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Prehistoric Hobbit Village Discovered

(Robert Sepehr) Much of the real Irish, Scottish, and even British history has been lost and is no longer taught, but parts remain in European myths and legend. Long before Stonehenge, or most of the Egyptian pyramids were built, a thriving village existed in Scotland. One day, a farmer on the island of Orkney, found a large stone that didn’t look like it belonged in its environment. When the farmer flipped over the stone, he was shocked at what he discovered underneath, a hidden and lost village that existed over 5,000 years ago.

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