94 photos in 10 sub-albums
This is a quick overview of my top ten discoveries.
94 photos in 10 sub-albums
This is a quick overview of my top ten discoveries.
4 photos in 2 sub-albums
Someone formed The landscape into three colossal geoglyph hands with fingers pointing. One finger is approximately 1000 meters by 2000 meters.
138 photos in 9 sub-albums
Here are some image closeups of Antarctica landscapes taken by satellite. I'm looking for anything out of the ordinary.
281 photos in 13 sub-albums
General Image results of a worldwide search for lost archaeological locations.
High in the mountains of Argentina, I discovered a colossal city. I believe it's the largest city I've ever found. Look closely, here and there are unusual types of buildings and long walls.
I'm limited to the resolution and sharpness I can achieve due to the poor satellite imagery available for me to work with.
31 photos in 16 sub-albums
Armenia is the first country to accept Christianity as a state religion. Early pagan religions were supplanted by building Churches on pagan temples. Here the remnants of a much larger pagan site can still be seen today. For example, a Pagan temple near a Christian church is on a vast pagan snake worship site.
146 photos in 9 sub-albums
These art images are made with satellite images—a lot of fun.
14 photos in 7 sub-albums
The images shown are closeups of part of a lagoon in an atoll not far from Japan and looking through the water from above and seeing the seabed. The seabed looks like it's covered with rocks, but you see the remains of shipwrecks that have deteriorated and spilled their cargo onto the sea floor. The next image is the enhanced version of this image where I try to get more visual detail. An interesting sidenote is there are two large ships anchored just next to the atoll while in the lagoon there is a lot of activity with platforms, boats and several divers scouring the bottom for artifacts.
44 photos in 14 sub-albums
I found a large number of ancient shipwrecks in the Australian desert. Think of the implications. I also found canals that include indications of shipwrecks. Some of the ships look petrified; some look like shadows. What disaster was large enough to transform a continent into a desert?
91 photos in 4 sub-albums
10 photos in 5 sub-albums
Ancient mosaics are so large they're hard to comprehend, possibly Thracian.
I see wonderful things.
Snake worship was one of the earliest worldwide religions and was seconded only by sun worship. In Ethiopia, I discovered evidence of very early snake worship as well as widespread snakehead burials in the shape of cordiform. Some of the larger burial sites have a coordinate system that when followed will bring you to a small yet significant single burial.
22 photos in 12 sub-albums
I discovered a Large bas-relief sculpture of a horse on the island of Naxos. Naxos was a sacred island in Hellenistic Greece. It was where the ancient god Zeus spent his childhood, in a cave. The size of the horse is approximately 235 meters tall by 235 meters wide. I have two pictures uploaded here for you to see. One image is original and one is partially marked. It's difficult to see.
The coordinates below will bring you just above the horse's head.
Gps coordinates Latitude 37.137438 degrees, Longitude 25.560408 degrees
approx. size 235 by 235 meters
eye altitude 660 meters
heading -142.00 degrees
image date Mar 6, 2007,
58 photos in 13 sub-albums
Evidence of Viking Stonework. Various finds that oddly don't appear to be of Viking origin are added. Some seem to be appearing from under the melting of the ice.
90 photos in 46 sub-albums
In this album, the original image is compared to a copy of itself that's highlighted to show you what I'm seeing.
I took some images of the colorful South American jungle.
Can the physical origin of the deluge be determined? I believe it can. In India, as in China, etc., the effects of the great deluge can be seen in the form of oddly placed ancient shipwrecks. I feel a lot of relevant information can be gleaned from thorough investigations of the worldwide physical evidence present today.
Images of ancient antediluvian shipwrecks I discovered on mountains nowhere near water in India and China. Some ships are hundreds of yards in length, and some are on the very top of mountains. I see what I believe to be cargo ships, some are spilling their cargo. I've found ships like these on every continent sometimes in several layers. Due to climate change, it won't be long before people realize and acknowledge my shipwreck discoveries. This important part of history is not lost, it will not go away, and cannot be hidden much longer.
220 photos in 11 sub-albums
This is a general image listing of sites that appear to be cities.
9 photos in 5 sub-albums
I discovered a city in Libya.
The images of ancient shipwrecks are of varying quality which I cannot control. I realize I've included images here that are hard to make out as well as dull and boring. I feel due to the fact that the ships still exist in one form or another from so long ago and are related to one huge biblical/historical event that I must post the images here. The excitement I feel each and every time I see a decent example of a ship reaches my innermost core.
I'm continuously pleasantly surprised by the colossal quantity and superb quality of the ancient ships I've found. It's hard to fathom that when I present images of ships I feel are intact enough to be recognized as such are in the midst of large regions of lesser photogenic examples numbering in the millions!
159 photos in 5 sub-albums
Nepal mountains found covered in ancient shipwrecks.
I found a vast area of ancient ruins in Norway. The area might be a burial or religious site. I see lots of symbolism in the placement of stones in some areas. The total area is approximately 5 kilometers square. I'll explore this area for the next couple of days and if I get anything worthwhile I'll post more images.
This discovery is the first find of my Oak Island survey. There will be more finds; however, what I'm seeing is so complicated that I'll have to meter out the finds one by one only if I can translate the information to something usable. That's no easy task. This discovery is a complicated symbol made by the orientation of the foliage. It's kind of like viewing an overgrown garden from straight above to determine how the gardener first laid it out. A quick and dirty explanation of my hypothesis is that building foundations, walls, etc., and a host of other conditions will alter where and how the plants and trees grow. The effect of "translating foliage" is seen while viewing from directly above. The main images show one image with an overlay of the symbol and one without (the original image). I also added a third landscape image with a thin-lined overlay to help you see both simultaneously. I did a little research and found the symbols make up a version of a Templar crucifix, specifically a Portuguese Templar crucifix (Four random example images of versions of this crucifix). I also found one more symbol in the grouping: a clamshell. The Oak Island search has been going on for over two hundred years. Don't forget to resize any image on my site by clicking on the square icon on the upper right just above the image.
27 photos in 1 sub-album
I found many petrified (or fossilized) ancient ships in Oman. Look closely at the patterns in the rock formations, and you can make out some of the wood ship construction techniques. I' ll be searching throughout the world for more petrified ships to image and catalog. I'll also attempt to draw a ship layout with some of the more common assembly configurations I'm seeing. You can look at a document about petrified wood in this album, too.
33 photos in 10 sub-albums
21 photos in 6 sub-albums
11/29/2020-Discovery of a giant basrelief sculpture of a kangaroo measuring 218 meters long! Earlier in Papua New Guinea, I located huge bas relief sculptures of cockatoos.. They're surrounded by other reliefs of different animals of varying sizes but are a little harder to make out.
The cockatoo in the middle is 75 meters tall by 52 meters wide!
224 photos in 28 sub-albums
I have located many snakehead-shaped tombs. I believe snake worshipers were buried in these types of tombs.
85 photos in 3 sub-albums
I discovered the world's largest pyramid. The dimensions are 2,315 meters long by 1,475 meters wide and 470 meters tall. Snake worshipers built the pyramid. I've found signs of snake worship (called Ophiolatreia) worldwide; my first finding was in South America and was a burial in the shape of a heart when looking from above. The heart shape (also called cordiform) was a stylized form of the top of a snake head. Previous to the stylized cordiform figure, the condition was realistic and included a part of the body and sometimes the whole body. I have a vast number of example images of snakehead burials on this site. Snake worship (called Ophiolatreia) was one of the first religions practiced before recorded history. Currently, I'm surveying a large area that may be the origin of Ophiolatreia due to the quantity and primitive nature of the structures I'm finding. The ancient systems are very hard to make out; however, with enough experience, the snake forms become apparent.
28 photos in 10 sub-albums
Here is one sample of a very bright gold building I found in Brazil's Mato Grosso State. There is also a great blue area next to the gold structure. I edit the super bright gold building to see the details of the building. I also edit the blue room for the same reason. I only found one blue place. I discovered hundreds of very bright gold buildings in this small area of Brazil. Have I found El Dorado, the city of Z? I have several reasons to believe I did.
37 photos in 19 sub-albums
Size mattered in ancient Turkey. Northeast of Antioch, there are places where human hands seemingly shaped the entire landscape, including mountains. As a result, the area is a showcase for spectacular snakehead burials and large religious sites. I will add more pictures soon.
71 photos in 29 sub-albums
I made strange discoveries on Mount Shasta, California.
My database currently contains over 50,000 places explored, all with their GPS coordinates recorded. Many discoveries have not been published to my website yet, but will be soon!