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DOCTOR MY EYES

Egyptologists are still seeking the tomb of the first known universal genius. Pharaoh Zoser’s grand vizier, Imhotep, ¬†was not only an architect, engineer, and inventor of the pyramid but administrator, sage, and healer of the sick. Posterity has made him … Continue reading

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THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS

They are big stones. Enormous sculptures and visual art. Often, as in the case of the giant menhirs at Kernario in Brittany they stand like sentinels as part of a vast megalithic complex. It has been assumed that our civilization … Continue reading

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