Searching for Treasures from Space
Exploring for lost treasures, ancient civilizations, hidden knowledge, and forgotten places or artifacts is an exciting endeavor! Realizing that around the next corner of research, an amazing discovery could be revealed, encourages a searcher to keep on! And even though one never knows what might be found, possibilities always exist! The journey is a fascinating adventure.
Recently I was reading an article which featured an interesting method to search for the unknown. The approach is accessible to all and I found it totally intriguing.
The method uses Satellite Imagery and Google Earth to spot anomalies on the surface of the earth. Further investigation into these curious items has offered the possible discovery of lost cities, forgotten pyramids, and mysterious ruins; to name a few.
I was introduced to ‘satellite archaeology’ by reading a recent article in The Heretic Magazine; a publication that promotes readers to ‘think again’, and to seriously consider the mysteries and enigmas that surround each of us every day! The magazine provides various views, perspectives, ideas, etc. on numerous conundrums from those who are actively exploring them!
It was Angela Micol’s article in The Heretic, Searching for Lost History from Space, which I was reading. It shares her story of how she uses Aerial Imagery to spot sites of wonder. Some of her finds have been shared on her site, GoogleEarthAnamolies.com. They range from a large mysterious rectangular object in the Bahamas, to a lost city in Florida, to her possible discovery of new pyramids.
Angela has been researching sites for many years. One of her current passions involves finding confirming evidence for the possible new pyramids discovered in Egypt through her work. In her article she shares her early challenges in doing so. It is a truly inspirational account on how someone, with dedication and determination, can do what they love: even if they are not an accredited archaeologist.
I have chatted with Angela and will be doing a ‘Six Questions’ with her about her work in the future. The topics of discussion with Angela are truly captivating and so I’m very excited for this.
But I wanted to mention this extraordinary approach for those who enjoy exploring now; and in the meantime, for those interested, be sure to check out her site and the article in The Heretic Magazine.
I love how she became knowledgeable on researching sites from space through her childhood love for archaeology and history. It was a hobby turned to a passion for discovery! Beautiful.
Best of luck with whatever you seek!
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