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Peruvian ‘alien mummies’ are fraudulent artefacts
The small figures from Peru that were claimed to be aliens are no more than an assemblage of bones from several different animals, held together with modern glue!
by Andrew Sibley
Lost cities of the Amazon
Proof that these modern-day hunter-gatherer tribes once lived in sophisticated urban centres
by David Thomas
The uplift of the mountains
It happened quickly but did not terrify people
by Tas Walker
The search for Noah and the Flood in ancient Egypt—part 2
Is an echo of Noah, his family, and the Flood found in Ancient Egypt?
by Gavin Cox
The search for Noah and the Flood in ancient Egypt—part 1
Is an echo of Noah, his family, and the Flood found in Ancient Egypt?
by Gavin Cox
Horus—the deified Ham: part 2
More evidence Noah’s family may be found in Egyptian myths about their gods.
by Gavin Cox
Egyptian mummies and Hebrew perfume
New discoveries at Saqqara, Egypt help shed light on ancient mummification practices, ancient chemistry, regional botany, and ancient global trade connections.
by Robert Carter
Horus—the deified Ham: part 1
Can Noah’s family be found in Egyptian myths about their gods?
by Gavin Cox
Ancient Apocalypse ‘hooey’
Graham Hancock’s popular Netflix TV series, Ancient Apocalypse, challenges the evolutionary status quo, proposing civilization is older than claimed, however, his ideas are not friendly to biblical history either.
by Gavin Cox
Newly discovered Egyptian relic witnesses to biblical king
Newly discovered stele of Egyptian Pharaoh Hophra witnesses to the existence of the biblical king and corroborates important Israelite history
by Gavin Cox
The Gabriel Revelation and Jesus’ resurrection
Does the New Testament plagiarize its notion of Jesus’ resurrection on the third day from the Gabriel Revelation?
by Shaun Doyle
Is CMI confusing Egyptian chronology?
A critic writes into CMI saying we are confusing when it comes to Egyptian chronology, and that Joseph’s pharaoh must have been an Egyptian.
by Gavin Cox, Gary Bates