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    Baffling Discoveries from the Ancient Past That All Point To An Astonishing Conclusion


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    The BIGGEST Ancient Anomaly Ever Discovered, Does This Prove The Indian Vedas Right

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    I Was Wrong! The Sphinx Erosion DOES Pre-Date the Pyramids - NEW EVIDENCE



    Just when you all thought I was becoming Mainstream Matt, I come out with a video title like this. Ok, let me just say, I always try to follow the evidence, question everything, mainstream and alternative, and Iím willing to accept a complete mainstream opinion if I canít disprove it or there is no better alternative, or thatís where the evidence points towards, however unpopular that may be.



    I found Robert Schochís interpretation of the Sphinx enclosure far from conclusive, both the geophysical work and the geological interpretation of the erosion on the enclosure wall. Many independent geologists also disagree with Schoch. Jean Pierre Houdinís work on the dating of the erosion, using the topographical maps of Giza and detailed computer models and associated diagrams, together with supporting views from a number of independent geologists also seemed definitive.

    I followed the evidence and could not disprove the very logical and scientific work by Houdin and Iíd spent all Christmas trying to figure it out. It was actually annoying me because I was working on a hypothesis of the origins of the Sphinx in the late pre-dynastic period.

    Before Christmas, the end result of my research was that the so-called surface run-off erosion on the Sphinx enclosure must be dynastic in age because to get the pattern we see, it had to come after the pyramid quarries were dug and the Khafre causeway was built. Iíll keep the video up for reference because this channel really is about charting my journey and my learning, and I think that is important.

    This was actually a huge anti-climax for me because although I didnít believe The Sphinx was 10,000 years old, I did think it was late Pre-dynastic or Early Dynastic in origin.

    But now I can happily admit: I was wrong, well, not really me, but it appears that Jean Pierre Houdin was wrong, because I received a very welcomed email from geologist Colin Reader who could provide the hard evidence to say that the run-off erosion on the Sphinx enclosure, could only have happened before the 4th dynasty pyramids, and in this video Iím going to explain everything.

    Please subscribe to Ancient Architects, like the video and leave a comment.

    All images are taken from Google Images or provided by Colin Reader and are used for educational purposes only.

    Special thanks to Colin Reader for providing me with this ground-breaking information.
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    They found Strange Alien Statues & UFO's in Ancient Art Work! - Erich Von Daniken


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    'An incredible discovery': Prehistoric animal carvings found in Scotland for first time.

    Prehistoric carvings of animals have been discovered in Scotland for the first time.

    Thought to be up to 5,000 years old, dating to the Neolithic or Early Bronze Age, they depict two male red deer with fully grown antlers.

    Other carvings are suggestive of younger deer, Historic Environment Scotland (HES) said.




    Hamish Fenton, who has a background in archaeology, discovered the images by chance in an ancient burial site at Dunchraigaig Cairn, Kilmartin Glen, Argyll.

    The images are the earliest known animal carvings in Scotland, and the first clear examples of deer carvings from the Neolithic to Early Bronze Age in the whole of the UK, according to HES.

    Kilmartin Glen is known for its high concentration of ancient remains from the period, including some of the clearest cup and ring markings (a form of prehistoric art mainly found in Scotland and northern England, but also across the UK and parts of Europe).

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    Impossible Ruins of A Lost Civilisation


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    Highly Advanced Ages of Humankind in the Distant Have Puzzled Scholars for Centuries


    The inventions and innovations of the people of ancient India include many ... archaeologists and scholars with the richest sites of the most ancient pedigree. ... the cities excavated thus far are more advanced than those of Rome at its height.

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    12 Most Incredible Archaeological Artifacts Finds


    What makes the difference between an antique and an artefact? Well, that's a contentious question, but an antique is generally something that's old and valuable. An artefact is something that's old and not necessarily valuable but tells a story. The very best artefacts are both culturally and financially valuable! The stories of incredible objects from the past always interest us, and we hope they interest you in this video.


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    Impossible Ruins of A Lost Civilisation


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