Jerusalem Cave Believed to be Portal to Hades
Apr24

Jerusalem Cave Believed to be Portal to Hades

A recent exploration of the Twin Caves outside of Jerusalem has found some clay jars inside of a 70 foot vertical shaft. The researchers believe that this could be due to the ancient Roman belief of a gateway to Hades-an underworld for the dead. There’s speculation on this but an idea is that the Greek god Demeter could’ve used these to search for her daughter in Hades. Her Roman equivalent is Ceres, and I’m not sure...

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Hopi Petroglyph Website Portal
Feb21

Hopi Petroglyph Website Portal

A website that uses surveys, photographs, and scanning combined with CAD drawing and software to render 3-D recreations has documented the Hopi Indian tribe on an interactive website. This website aims to reduce future damage to sites such as the one at Tutuveni in Arizona, so that we can preserve these findings. The Hopi Indians carved symbols on their pilgrimages to the Grand Canyon (Ongtupqa) and these symbols have been featured on...

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