The Antikythera mechanism. Salvaged from an ancient shipwreck c. 1900. Ignored for years but then x-reayed to discover it was full of cogs despite being 2000 years old - 1700 years before the 'first' metal cogs were used. A reconstruction of the box showed that it tracked the motions of the stars and planets, with incredible accuracy. It was inscribed with text that has been 95% deciphered, but this translation has never been released.
All have wings: all are wearing bracelets w/a disc: all are carrying a pouch w/handle in one hand, & thrusting a pine cone forward w/the other. Note the mechanical looking musculature, the tassels, the fringed robes, the cigar shaped implements tucked into their sashes
Ras al-khaimah djinn, UAE. A young man went in the caves in Ras el Khaimah to take pictures in caves known to be deserted, with a friend. The person who had been with him called the police saying he had seen his friend’s flash go off and then his friend screamed. He called his friend but never got an answer and got scared that he’d fallen so went to the police. A few hours later they found the man in the cave dead and the single picture found in his camera is this one.”
The rock carved tombs of Mada’in Saleh in Saudi Arabia (by Eric Lafforgue).
Elongated skulls found in Bolivia, sketched as they would have looked in life.
diving helmets and hazmat suits
"Time travel will be invented in the year 2025. How do we know? Because that is the year that this delightful lady claimed to have traveled from. In the year 1898, according the contemporary reports, Alexandria Alexis appeared 'as if from nowhere' and took New York society by storm. Some fawned over her while others claimed she was insane. This debate was however rendered moot when, on New Year's Eve 1899, she simply disappeared..."