Our guide Jan NIEDBALA shares, in French, his thoughts, findings and future plans. All 3 video links by clicking below
The only thing that we will ever care about is being able to share what we see across the globe with all of you people!
Whether it’s amazing unexplained artifacts in Egypt, ancient lost high technology in Bolivia, an incredible hidden waterfall in Iceland or an active volcano in Indonesia, we will share it all with you for as long as we can!
And we will always go deeper in our explorations and worldwide discoveries.
Of course this has a cost. Buying new equipment to shoot videos & take better pictures also has a cost. But as long as we can afford it, we will continue doing this!
It is however also true that funds are not endless
That is why we managed to organize all our future trips in a way that allows people to join us. This is the perfect way for you to be a part of our unique discoveries experience and also a way for us to keep going. We also understand this can a big budget. Sometimes, too big. If people can’t afford joining us, we will still go to our future destinations anyhow and share all with you. That is why, you also have an alternative way to support us: small donations.
If you wish to see more of our amazing planet and witness us continue unravel the truth about our Ancient Past, feel free to make a donation; even the smallest ones will help us going forward!
Abusir, only a 30min-drive away South of the Giza plateau, is one the most enigmatic sites in Ancient Egypt. Enigmatic because it holds among the most undeniable proofs of lost ancient high technology usage for working granite and rose granite. Speed, pressure, material, we investigated on site!
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Abu Ghurab, a place usually closed to the public, will be an exclusive part of our next Ancient Egypt Tour! But what is exactly Abu Ghurab? Continue reading
One of the world’s most amazing ancient accomplishements, the Ajanta caves are
Located on the West bank across the Nile in Luxor, the Ramesseum is said to be the mortuary temple of Ramses II. It features the remains of what could have been the largest statue ever erected by man. Made of one solid block of rose granite, this statue blows everything else out of the water with its estimated 18 meters in height (60ft.) and more than 1000 tons (2,2M lbs). We went there and captured this amazing and underrated site! One question remains: what could have turned these 1000 tons into such disarray and dismantled pieces? Cataclysm? Continue reading