Human corpses of all ages — children, youth, adults, the elderly — were found inside and outside the houses of Kuélap. Archaeologists believe, because these bodies were not buried according to funerary rituals, a massacre occurred in Kuélap. Anthropologist Alfredo Narváez said it was not the work of the Incas or the Spaniards. He drew […]
The Lost World of Kuélap and Its Cloud Warriors
Next stop on our search for lost worlds is a walled fortress older than the Inca Empire. When I explored bygone worlds for my second novella, Man’s Best, I discovered Kuélap. I’d heard of popular ancient cultures such as ancient Egypt, the Greek Empire, the Roman Empire, and the Megalithic and Mayan civilizations, but I’d […]
Lemuria and Its Lost People
Water covers about 71% of Earth’s surface. The oceans possess 96.5% of that water. It’s a given that all this water creates an ever changing landscape for the land masses of our planet. With that in mind it would be hard for anyone to insist that over the ages our continents and islands have remained consistent, […]
Lost City: Bay of Cambay — Victim of The Great Year?
Part of our study into Plato’s concept of The Great Year involves a look at ancient civilizations. This week’s post examines a sunken, lost city, found in 2001. This discovery challenges previously held archeological beliefs about the timeline of our Earth and man’s progression. From our post last week, we define The Great Year — in […]
Plato’s The Great Year: An Argument for the Existence of Atlantis.
Earth spins and we have night and day. We have seasons because Earth orbits the sun. If we could consult the Ancients, we’d find they believed in an even grander cycle. One that influences the rise and fall of civilizations. New discoveries are being found all over the world offering evidence that complex societies existed and are […]