Pagasitic Gulf, Greece; a possible complex impact crater linked to the global cataclysmic event 12,800 years ago

The oral and written tradition of Greek mythology*, dealing with natural catastrophes, explained in a spiritual and mystic way, is mind-blowing, since they show already a great knowledge about prehistoric times. Continue reading “Pagasitic Gulf, Greece; a possible complex impact crater linked to the global cataclysmic event 12,800 years ago”

Archaeological evidence suggests that Minoan Astronomy had been quite advanced during the 2nd millennium B.C.

Of the three great cultures of the ancient eastern Mediterranean — the Babylonian, Egyptian, and Minoan — we have considerable knowledge of the astronomy of the first two through their documents. Very little written material, however, has survived from Minoan Crete, but the evidence of other impressive archaeological discoveries implies that the inhabitants were on a par with their neighbors and had made similar advances in astronomy. Continue reading “Archaeological evidence suggests that Minoan Astronomy had been quite advanced during the 2nd millennium B.C.”

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