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A place to discuss archaeological finds that may be ignored or suppressed by mainstream science. The truth is out there, and it's probably underground.

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  2. I found this interesting. The mysterious origins of almost 300 violently broken bodies discovered in a mass grave in Derbyshire, England, are “the Viking Great Army!”, announced archeologist Cat Jarman this week. Jarman is Head of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology at the The University of Bristol and she explained that the initial dating of the skeletons discovered in the 80s found them to “span several centuries”. However, Jarman doubted this dating because “the previous radiocarbon dates from this site were all affected by something called marine reservoir effects, which is what made them seem too old.” Basically, the carbon in fish is much older than in terrestrial foods and this confused the radiocarbon dating tests. When this error was accounted for, says Jarman, the bodies all date to the 9th century. http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/discovered-thors-shattered-viking-army-and-their-sacred-hammer-gods-009547?nopaging=1
  3. Archaeologists excavating an ancient pyramid-like structure on the Greek island of Keros have found evidence that its creators were far more sophisticated than previously thought. The builders of the settlement of Dhaskalio carved the headland into stepped terraces, and added approximately 1,000 tons of white stone to make it look like a giant, gleaming, stepped pyramid. The stone was transported from 10 kilometers away. https://www.rt.com/news/416375-technology-discovered-ancient-greek-pyramid-keros/
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    There are a lot of hoaxes out there too, it's definitely a mine field when trying not to post fake stuff. But all great things take time yeah?
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    we will give it a go, difficult to know where to start, but hey, it's a work in progress, right.
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    Thanks, Nobby! Welcome to the club! So much fascinating stuff that is pushed aside to keep the agenda "pure" and to stop people from asking questions. So many finds that appear in the news cycle once then never to be heard from again. It's all very concerning. Hopefully, we can get the bottom of a lot of the mysteries and help people realize what the hell actually went on in times past! I tell you, I often find myself as confused as anyone else because the lies are always clashing with the truth, which inevitably leaks to the surface always. I'm glad your here and hope we can put your knowledge and curiosity to use deciphering the secrets they don't want us to know about! Sorry for the lack of content right now though! Gah, I'm such a busy person! I hope you guy's can help fill in the gap!
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    @Zimix99 excellent idea for a club. I've been fascinated by ancient history all my life, even started an archaeology degree years ago, but found much more info just doing my own research. Archeology as we know it, is really just a filter system that promotes the status quo, and completely disregards all the alternative evidence, of which there is mountains of, showing that the Earth, and us humans have been through a very very different history than the one tough in schools and universities. Lets hope your new club brings in some interesting posts, which only lead to mind expansion.
  8. Welcome to my club. So disclosure, I have no idea what I'm doing. Suppressed archeology is something that has really peeked my interested lately, Especially the things that are being found in the Russian and Middle East regions of the world. Thing is, I've never really done anything with archeology and I know I'm not nearly as knowledgeable as some of the members on this forum are about it. So when our lovely Admins @Ukshep and @Cinnamon implemented the new Club feature on COP I thought to myself that it would be a perfect way to get these members into one place in order to discuss these strange finds. Plus, it's fun! I'm fairly busy for a guy who sits at a computer all day - So it's going to take me some time to dig up all the stuff I want and start posting it here. I think anyone can start new topics here as well. If you have any questions, or suggestions let me know! Edit: Renamed the club to imply a wider range of topics
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