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Research Updates

Well, I am happy to report that I have officially found my first still!! It most likely dates to the 1970’s, but it miraculously has a lot of the copper pipe still with it, so I’m hoping that I may be able to do something with it soon! 340 more words

St. Augustine Archaeologists Unearth Deeper Truths

Soil accumulates under a sifting screen. (Photo by Connor St. George )

Archaeologists use water and tools in order to clean off artifacts. (Photo by Connor St. 653 more words

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Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest

An expedition to Honduras has emerged from the jungle with dramatic news of the discovery of a mysterious culture’s lost city, never before explored. The team was led to the remote, uninhabited region by long-standing rumors that it was the site of a storied “White City,” also referred to in legend as the “City of the Monkey God.” 281 more words

Historical Research

The Huguenots

I have mentioned before the industrious Samuel Smiles, Victorian believer in hard work and self-education (otherwise known as pulling oneself up by one’s bootstraps) as the way to… 1,189 more words

History

Experts open 'mystery coffin' found at King Richard's grave site

LEICESTER, England — First came the shocking discovery of a medieval English king’s burial site in a parking lot.

Then came the unearthing of a mysterious coffin, near where the king was buried. 792 more words

News

Honduras: Lost Culture and White City of the Monkey King Purportedly Found

An expedition into the heart of the Honduran jungle returned last Wednesday with news that they may have discovered an abandoned culture and possibly their lost “White City”. 548 more words

News

Is the Muslim Dome of the Rock really sitting on the original site of the Jewish Temple?

The Muslim’s Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem has been a source of conflict between Muslims and Jews for years. In a video at the end of this article, you will see a confrontation between a group of Muslim agitators and US senator Dennis Ross when he recently visited the Dome. 1,225 more words

Apologetics