The genome of the Ice Age woolly mammoth has been pieced together using DNA from a hair sample preserved in the Siberian permafrost. Most scientists, however, are doubtful that ancient DNA could be used to bring back an extinct species. More at BBC News.
A 2,900 gravestone discovered in Turkey is providing evidence that people in the ancient city of Sam'al believed the soul was separate from the body. More from the University of Chicago.
Lloyd Pye sent us a set of images to accompany his presentation. Pictured is an illustration of one of the "Hobbits" discovered in 2004.
First hour guest, author Lionel Fanthorpe (pictured with his wife Patricia) spoke about the Chase Vault in Barbados. In the burial vault, coffins of deceased family members were found moved around and in disarray, even though the vault had been sealed with a marble slab, he recounted. He also talked about the positive side of Voodoo.
Brad Steiger, pictured in Peru with his wife Sherry.
As part of her presentation, Barbara Hand Clow has provided us with the Calleman Matrix, a chart that illustrates various periods in the Mayan Calendar.
We're featuring three images from Ken Klein's photo gallery of his trip to Egypt. Pictured is the Red Granite rock used for the ceiling in the King's chamber.
Dr. Bruce Goldberg has provided several images to accompany his interview on tonight's program. View them here.
Brooks Agnew has provided a set of photos to accompany his hollow Earth discussion with George. View them here.
We received four photos from John Anthony West of Egypt and the Sphinx.
Remote viewing expert Major Ed Dames, claims to have pioneered a system that allows a remote viewer to obtain a precise GPS-caliber geographical fix for any location. He recently spent some time conducting a search for Plato's "Atlantis" and believes he has found it. Dames hopes to provide sketches of the lost city in the near future.Graphic courtesy of Major Ed Dames
Laurence Gardner has drawn some fascinating conclusions about the roots of modern day Judeo-Christianity. In a lecture he presented at the Nexus Conference in 1998, he discussed how many stories, prayers, and rituals in Judaism and Christianity are actually hybrids or adaptations from older Egyptian, Canaanite and Mesopotamian traditions.