Insightful resources delving into the realms of alternative, fringe sciences, and mysterious happenings of our ancient ancestors. Explore many unexplained curiosities of mankind's past in relation to modern life while learning how distant relatives have impacted the world we know today. The concept of a MysteryPile, in figure 1, derives from a multiple-fold origination. Firstly, referring to unknown wonders of the world researchers are spending time to understand and explain, combined with a duality. In the Pile, rests a tangible amount on one side, with the other represented by massive pillars found supporting superstructures at megalithic sites around the world.
Our curated collection of ancient mysteries includes several educational articles, thoroughly researched and written in an unbiased manner to help further scientific exploration into this subject matter. For independent researchers, a study curriculum is available, as a high-level overview course outline with in-depth topic suggestions. The goal of an ancient mysteries researcher is to provide tangible evidence and thought provoking questions to inspire research through a culmination of multiple scientific and religious fields. Researchers embrace professional opinions, sourced knowledge, and an ambition to help everyone discover the truth of our past.
Articles presented in the spirituality sections are written based on an overwhelming or unanimous belief that said artifacts do exist, somewhere in the world. Exact details on a scientific level remain mostly unknown or enshrouded in secrecy. Scientific or religious subjects do face scrutiny on a regular basis and a definitive interpretation is usually placed on reader trust. We understand fringe topics in alternative sciences are controversial, and in these realizations, a cautiously optimistic approach is necessary and recommended. The universe, we understand is largely unknown, and it is capable of constantly surprising our realities in new ways. It is for certain, we may find answers by asking the right questions and exploring alternative realms of possibility.
The sense of astonishment is driven into primitive instinct so deeply that we strive to find ways to fulfill the thirst. Research is teaching us the ways of our ancestors, how their trials built foundations we live upon today; J.C. Vintner