1. We explored the Moundbuilder civilizations in North America to find that they contained artifacts with influences from seemingly many unexpected places. In fact, we found there were a number of civilizations that seemed to influence the sites attributed to the Moundbuilders.

    Most people consider our society to be highly advanced and sophisticated, especially when compared to any of the previous ones that came before us, yet we, collectively, cannot even answer the question: When did human history actually begin? It seems a simple enough question, but not a single person, throughout recorded history, has managed to correctly answer it…

    Some say that history is written by the victors of wars, but a more important aspect to consider about history, is that it has been consistently shaped and molded for political purposes throughout time. It is important to evaluate what benefits are gained by those who maintained control when the history was written…The truth is that we do not know what happened in the distant past, but this does not to dissuade certain individuals and groups from claiming the contrary.

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  2. Hidden Archaeology is a series that explores "out of place artifacts" or ooparts. It is an area of archaeology that few scientists dare to explore. It is the gray area of history that no one talks about. They call it "cult" or "hidden" archaeology. I like to think of myself as a modern day pioneer of truth. Each artifact gives evidence that will lead to our true history. Many say North America is the land of the forgetful because so many don't even remember where they came from after two generations. I created this documentary series to probe the roots of human life and human values. I want to explore myths, legends, and folk tales across North America. I hope this journey will lead to great discoveries and knowledge for all of humankind. Visit hiddenarchaeology.com

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  3. OOPARTS is the study of Hidden Archaeology, details of the historic record that have been omitted or brushed over, in order to continue with theories that are simply not viable.

    The Bat Creek Stone was inscribed with letters from an alphabet that was first said to be Cherokee, then disputed as Paleo Hebrew, and even proposed as a form of Phoenician, but experts have not been able to make a definitive statement about its true origin.

    A stone like this provokes questions about history, giving possible evidence to a civilization much older in North America that had contact with other parts of the world.

    Join me on my adventure to explore the mysteries of the unknown. The discovery of these artifacts worldwide challenges us to wake up. Great thinkers throughout our written history have maintained that it is vital to understand the past for the future of humankind. Exploring this with me makes archaeology really exciting because you are at the point of discovery, on an expedition, The greatest thing in life is there are so many possibilities - I will keep searching for clues, until next time...check hiddenarchaeology.com for the latest...

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  4. The Egyptians' have an ancient proverb that goes, "Humans Fear Time, but Time fears the Pyramids," and I have found it very interesting to ponder the true meaning.

    Why would time fear the pyramids? Is it a reference to quantum physics and the idea of planar fields, a higher connection? This is a small example of why the people of Ancient Egypt fascinate us. There is a knowledge that we feel or see that we lost and we hope to understand again. This series explores the conspiracies of history, sometimes referred to as Hidden Archaeology.

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