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The Dogon tribe of Mali, West Africa, is known for their purported advanced astronomical knowledge, particularly regarding the Sirius star system, which some have claimed is evidence of contact with extraterrestrial beings.

The Dogon are said to have known about the existence of Sirius B, the companion white dwarf star of the Sirius star system, long before modern astronomy discovered it in the 1950s.
They are also claimed to know the 50-year orbital period of Sirius B around Sirius A and the existence of a third star in the Sirius system that has not yet been discovered.
This advanced astronomical knowledge has led some to speculate that the Dogon must have been visited by extraterrestrial, "god-like" beings from the Sirius system who imparted this information to them.
Connections have been drawn between the Dogon's aquatic, amphibious "Nommos" beings and similar mythological figures in other ancient cultures, further fueling the theory of ancient alien contact.
The evidence remains controversial and debated within the academic community.

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For anyone that doesn’t believe or understand if this dosent look like the remains of a giant tree then what is it ? This is most probably the best example of a picture of a giant ancient tree I think I have ever seen hiding in plain sight simply amazing. 🌳🌳🌳

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On a Texas Throwback Thursday ...Old stone Fort Nacodoshes, Texas c.1885
Nacogdoches held a pivotal role in the birth of Texas liberty. Back in 1832, the folks of Nacogdoches ignited one of the early sparks of the Texas Revolution. In a united front of Mexican and Anglo residents, they launched an offensive against the Mexican garrison, commanded by Col. Jose Piedras and securely situated at the heart of the fortified town. The regiment managed to hold its ground until Adolphus Sterne enlightened the newly arrived Redlanders from San Augustine about an ingenious tactic. They outmaneuvered the Mexicans by encircling the natural fortress, utilizing the Washington Square area as their path. This battle marked the expulsion of Mexican forces from East Texas and significantly diminished the threat posed by the independence movement.
In November of 1835, under Adolphus Sterne's leadership, the Nacogdoches citizens rallied to support a volunteer unit, the New Orleans Greys, who were gearing up for the Texas War for Independence. One contingent of the Greys embarked on an overland journey to San Antonio, passing through Nacogdoches in November 1835. Between 50 to 100 men set up camp near Sterne's residence for a few days. A grand "Feast of Liberty" honored their dedication in the orchard before Sterne's house. The banquet featured a delectable array of bear, beef, mutton, turkeys, raccoons, and other culinary delights. With glasses filled with Rhine wine from Sterne's cellar, toasts were raised, and speeches delivered. The Greys entered Nacogdoches on foot but departed on horseback, armed with supplies generously provided by the townsfolk. They arrived in San Antonio just before the siege of Bexar from December 5th to 9th, 1835. Sadly, most of these courageous volunteers later met their fate in subsequent battles of the Texas Revolution, with many perishing at the Alamo.
Nacogdoches witnessed the rise and fall of three independent republics before the emergence of the Lone Star Republic. The city proudly flies nine flags as a testament to its diverse history: Spanish, French, Mexican, The Magee-Gutierrez Republic, The Long Republic, The Fredonia Republic, The Lone Star, The Confederate, and The United States.
The first operational oil well in the state was drilled here in 1861. However, it wasn't the oil industry but the railroad's arrival that truly transformed this once-republican city into a thriving commercial hub. The introduction of the railroad, along with modern highways like 59 and 259, reshaped trade flow from an east-west orientation to a north-south axis. During the 19th century, the local economy revolved around cotton, tobacco, timber, education, and general merchandise. Only the last three continued to thrive into the latter half of the 20th century.  Credit: History Unleashed.

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The Comanches were the fiercest, and the most feared, of the Great Plains tribes. Their way of life was characterized by raiding to obtain horses and slaves, a lifestyle that kept them in a constant state of warfare against not only white settlers, but all neighboring tribes as well. 

The Comanche domain extended through what is now Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. Never numbering more than 20,000, and usually numbering fewer than 10,000, the Comanches had separated from the Shoshoni tribe after acquiring horses in the late 1600s. They soon became among the most skilled horseback warriors in history.

Comanche raiders would strike suddenly and unexpectedly, their war cries and warpaint striking fear into the hearts of their victims. Although they sometimes fought with pistols or shotguns (rifles were too difficult to fire accurately while riding), Comanches preferred lances and arrows. Skilled Comanche warriors could rapidly and accurately fire arrows at an enemy while hanging below their horses’ necks. Lying flat atop galloping horses, Comanches were difficult to hit in battle, even while able to hit their enemies seemingly with ease. Seeking out horses, the Comanches would raid any targets of opportunity. Along with horses, Comanches would carry away women and children as prizes, but any men they captured were almost always killed on the spot.

Comanche wars against Spanish, Mexican, Texan, and American authorities (as well as against all neighboring tribes) began in the early 1700’s and continued through the mid to late 1870’s. The last of the Comanches finally surrendered and were relocated to a reservation in 1875. 

The images that most continue have of western Indians (dress, culture, horsemanship, bravery, ferocity) derive primarily from the Comanches. 

Fourteen Comanche “code talkers” participated in the D-Day invasion—a story that deserves and shall have a post of its own.

Today there about 15,000 Comanches living on tribal lands in Oklahoma. The flag of the Comanche nation proudly bears the title given to them by those who feared them for centuries: “The Lords of the Southern Plains.”

The image is George Catlin’s painting “Comanche Warrior Lancing an Osage, at Full Speed” (1837), which is in the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

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1. Pyramids are not tombs; no mummy has ever been found inside the pyramid. All mummies were found in the kings valley.
2. How the hell do you cut 20 ton blocks of granite with extreme precision and lift them one on top of the other, in the "king's chamber", with WOODEN RAMPS !!
3. Let's say wooden ramps were used; you need to cut down a whole forest in order to provide wood to move 2.3 MILLION blocks of huge stones. Where the hell is the evidence for that wood?
4. There is not a single hieroglyphic text that says ancient Egyptians built the pyramids.
5. How many "slaves" or workers do you need to quarry, cut and lift 2.3 MILLION stones? Where the hell do you find people who can laser cut and lift huge tons of granite?
6. How do you position the whole pyramid to face true north, 4000 years ago when the builders "didn't know about the WHEEL" ? (That's the bias of mainstream egyptologists).
7. The top of the pyramid is a quarter of an inch off center (base of the pyramid); that's after placing 2.3 million blocks of stone. When you divide that tiny margin of error by 2.3 million stones, the accuracy at which the stones were placed is unparalleled and has never been done by modern architects with all modern technology.
Conclusion: 90% of Human history was buried by time, the other 10% is written by the victors.
NO it's not aliens. Just Advanced Ancient Human Tech....

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How was an 80-ton single piece of granite Kalasam lifted to the peak of the temple tower, 216 feet high? Additionally, how was this granite sourced in India from a region devoid of mountains? And how was it transported using only carts and horses?

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THERE WAS SOMEONE BEFORE US
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The rocky blocks you see in the photo, which weigh several tons and reach nearly 7 meters high, are at least 11,000 years old according to C14 radiocarbon analysis. These are some of the many pillars that constituted the site of Göbekli Tepe, on the Turkish-Syria border. The civilization that built this site and other similar sites still has no name. In fact, until recently, their existence was completely unknown.
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We do know a few things about them though. They didn't practice farming, since all the seeds found in Göbekli Tepe are wild and uncultivated. They also didn't farm, since the numerous meat leftovers found (it appears they held huge feasts) are all game, not farm animals. In addition, the stylized statues in the center of stone circles carry sashes. This means it didn't have to be cold at the time of Göbekli Tepe being built. All of these elements suggest that the home site is probably much older than it appears. Maybe even several thousand years older.
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This is not a funeral site, as no bodies were found inside. It's not a sanctuary either, for no god or deity is represented there. It does not appear to be a city or a village, as there does not seem to be a proper water source to quench the thirst of a large group of people. What's this all about then? On the walls of Göbekli Tepe are engraved hundreds of ""snakes"" descending from above, from the sky. Celestial beings appear, where do these ""snakes"" come from. According to astronomers, about 12,000 years ago, a swarm of asteroids or comets heavily bombarded the Earth, destroying entire territories on four continents. This was quite a disaster. Göbekli Tepe is probably a ""memorial"" from the time when ""fire snakes,"" i.e. fragments of comets falling from above, destroyed the world.
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But if Göbekli Tepe is a memorial to the cataclysm that struck us some 12,800 years ago, where are the cities of the builders? What were their customs? And especially where did they come from?

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1 minute ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

THERE WAS SOMEONE BEFORE US
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The rocky blocks you see in the photo, which weigh several tons and reach nearly 7 meters high, are at least 11,000 years old according to C14 radiocarbon analysis. These are some of the many pillars that constituted the site of Göbekli Tepe, on the Turkish-Syria border. The civilization that built this site and other similar sites still has no name. In fact, until recently, their existence was completely unknown.
...
We do know a few things about them though. They didn't practice farming, since all the seeds found in Göbekli Tepe are wild and uncultivated. They also didn't farm, since the numerous meat leftovers found (it appears they held huge feasts) are all game, not farm animals. In addition, the stylized statues in the center of stone circles carry sashes. This means it didn't have to be cold at the time of Göbekli Tepe being built. All of these elements suggest that the home site is probably much older than it appears. Maybe even several thousand years older.
...
This is not a funeral site, as no bodies were found inside. It's not a sanctuary either, for no god or deity is represented there. It does not appear to be a city or a village, as there does not seem to be a proper water source to quench the thirst of a large group of people. What's this all about then? On the walls of Göbekli Tepe are engraved hundreds of ""snakes"" descending from above, from the sky. Celestial beings appear, where do these ""snakes"" come from. According to astronomers, about 12,000 years ago, a swarm of asteroids or comets heavily bombarded the Earth, destroying entire territories on four continents. This was quite a disaster. Göbekli Tepe is probably a ""memorial"" from the time when ""fire snakes,"" i.e. fragments of comets falling from above, destroyed the world.
...
But if Göbekli Tepe is a memorial to the cataclysm that struck us some 12,800 years ago, where are the cities of the builders? What were their customs? And especially where did they come from?

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Genesis 8 and 9.......

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A mystery sword made by the Vikings and engraved with the word Ulfberht has stumped archaeologists. The sword is forged in such a way that it looks to have been made by technologies that weren’t available until 800 years after the Viking era.

Around 170 of the swords have been found, all of which date from between 800 AD to 1000 AD, but the technology that would have forged them is from the Industrial Revolution of the 1800s and 1900s.

https://medievalhistoria.com/ulfberht-swords/

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Discovered in 1922, Dolmen de Soto is located in the municipality of Trigueros (Huelva), Iberia. It is one of the most important and best preserved megalithic monuments on the Peninsula. Construction must have taken place between the Neolithic and Bronze Age ( ie 3000-2500 BC).

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