Tomb of Tutankhamun (son of Akhenaten) by Howard Carter, 1922
Nazca Lines by pilots in the 1920s
Nag Hammadi Manuscripts by Muhammed and Khalifah 'Ali, 1945
Dead Sea Scrolls at Qumran (by many people) from 1947 to 1956
Lost City of Vilcabamba by Gene Savoy, 1964
(Hiram Bingham had found Macchu Picchu, 1911, but Vilcabamba was the Lost City of the Inca)
Terracotta Warriors at Xian, China by various farmers, 1974
House of David Stelae in Israel by Avraham Biran, 1993
Gobekli Tepe in Anatolia, Turkey, by Klaus Schmidt, 1994
Largest Rock ever carved by ancient humans at Baalbek (once called City of the Sun), 2014
Some believe it is not just coincidence that ancient sites and artifacts are being discovered or revealed to us. We are about to plunge into a period of accelerated discovery, due mainly to new technologies available to us.
Some of the exciting finds currently being explored by new hi-tech methods include:
Nefertiti’s Tomb, using Infra-red scan, by Nicholas Reeves.
Ancient Atlantis at Santorini using sonar scans of the sea bed & microscopic landscape analysis, by Martin Pepper.
Hall of Records beneath the Sphinx using seismic equipment and ground-penetrating radar.
A 2,000-year-old Roman gold mining network in Spain using LiDAR attached to a Drone by Javier Fernández Lozano…
There are many more secret explorations going on around the world. Rest assured it will not take another hundred years before a bigger picture emerges. We are set to learn a lot in the next one to two decades.
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