The Walls of Alatri – An Example of Ancient Worldwide Culture?

sons of God were higher dimensional beings (sky) and mated with ancient humanity (earth), perhaps the result of such engagement was truly astonishing - giants and other unusual beings, perhaps some with only one eye, for example.

Chippewa Lake – Abandoned Since 1978 — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

Chippewa Lake Park is a former Medina County theme park, which operated for 100 years, from 1878 until 1978. Since the park’s closure, it has sat vacant. Early history Initially opened by Edward Andrews as Andrew’s Pleasure Grounds in 1875, the park offered a picnic ground and beach, a steamboat, and the park’s first roller…Chippewa Lake … Continue reading Chippewa Lake – Abandoned Since 1978 — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

Once a TB Ward, Turned to a Prison, and Finally Left to Decay — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

Once a tuberculosis sanatorium, converted to a medium-security state correctional institution. Early history In the early 1900s, Samuel G. Dixon – Pennsylvania’s Commissioner of Health – had been searching for locations in the mountains to place a tuberculosis hospital. He was seeking a location here specifically due to the benefits of open air and exercise…Once a … Continue reading Once a TB Ward, Turned to a Prison, and Finally Left to Decay — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

Day 3. Livorno & Pisa — Love Travelling Blog (Reblog)

We were up bright and early and after enjoying our second socially distanced breakfast in the hotel’s restaurant we were ready to go.  Our original plan for the day was to take the train to Lucca but on discovering that replacement buses were operating on the route with a reduced timetable, we decided to change […]Day … Continue reading Day 3. Livorno & Pisa — Love Travelling Blog (Reblog)

The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico — Hyacinth Research (Reblog)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/renelpC3rMg?feature=oembed&start=&end=&wmode=opaque&loop=0&controls=1&mute=0&rel=0&modestbranding=0 Brien Foerster The post The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico appeared first on Hyacinth Research.The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico — Hyacinth Research *Fascinating material which should be taken more seriously in my view. Find a book along these lines here.

A New Study Assesses the Prehistoric Acoustics of Stonehenge. (Reblog)

Researchers created a 3D-printed scale model and broadcast ‘chirps’ at different frequencies When Stonehenge was intact, the acoustics were more like…A New Study Assesses the Prehistoric Acoustics of Stonehenge.

The Channel Islands & the Other Islands of the English Channel – Part 3 The Isles of Portland and Wight & the Iles Chausey — Revealing What Has Been Hidden in Front of Our Eyes (Reblog)

This is the last part of a three-part series on the islands of the English Channel. In the first-part of the series, I took a close look at the features and history of Alderney Island in the Channel Islands, which are British Crown Dependencies. In the second-part of the series, I looked at the same…The Channel … Continue reading The Channel Islands & the Other Islands of the English Channel – Part 3 The Isles of Portland and Wight & the Iles Chausey — Revealing What Has Been Hidden in Front of Our Eyes (Reblog)

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens – and Birds!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-OK0jWaMAY I took this the other day. Probably Spalding's 'hidden' gem, Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens is a medieval gem, well maintained, with a fascinating south Lincolnshire regional museum. Formerly also a private junior school, now located elsewhere in the town under the same name, the gardens are noted for their topiary, the rather notable … Continue reading Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens – and Birds!

Favoured Old Books No: 1: ‘Gods and Spacemen in the Ancient East’ W. Raymond Drake (Sphere)

This is the one I bought in 1973, which, as you can see I covered with plastic, as lovingly as any schoolboy would cover a textbook.