Tim and Lee are freelance translators examining the polysemantics of the ancient world through their research work in linguistic history, mytho-history, catastrophism and plasma science. Their long shared interest in megaliths and the associated panoramic and spiritual localities across Wessex and Wales was just the start of a long geographical pilgrimage towards researching the ancient … [Read more…]
Women in ancient Egypt had a status that significantly contrasts the status of many modern women because they occupied power in ways that women commonly do not in contemporary societies. Although men and women in Egypt had traditionally distinct powers in society, there was no insurmountable barrier in front of those who wanted to deviate … [Read more…]
Ever wonder what else might be down there that we have yet to see?
This is a question that is usually answered with “No!”. And that is wrong. The answer is “Yes!”: There is a phenomenon called cisAB where both, the A and the B are encoded into one allele. So if for example you are cisAB/O, partnering with a blood type O can result in offspring being either … [Read more…]
Strange timing on this one:
This interview is now coming back to haunt him:
If you have been a reader of Rhesus Negative, you are probably aware of the fact that rh negative ancestry is of high interest to me. Where did the rh negative blood factor originate and what were the distributions back before we turned into the melting pot we are today? new thread on Eupedia shines … [Read more…]
Is he telling the truth?
This just in: