Robert Enzmann In today’s Look What I Found, we have an Ice Age Languages document from the Archive! Dr. Enzmann spent 40 years translating a language that was inscribed into thousands of small stones during the Bølling ice ages around 12,500 BC. The image above is one of them, about the size of your palm, …More
Wheels. Everyone has them somewhere.
Robert Enzmann To the best of our knowledge, the earliest wheels were cut of wood planks, pegged together, then cut round. It might seem that discs could be cut from a tree trunk, but this doesn’t work. Unless the disc is sealed at once, today with polyurethane, long ago perhaps with oil– unless the disk …More
Parametrics, the Goldilocks Method
Three bowls, one too hot, one too cold, one just right. Three beds, too big, too small, and just right. Parametrics are words that compare one size to another, one thing to another thing, without specific measurements. Hot, hotter, hottest, scalding hot, impossibly hot. Cold, colder, coldest, impossibly cold. Small, smaller, smallest, impossibly small. Big, …More
Treasures in Chronology
Over 40 years Dr. Enzmann collected ancient and prehistoric images and compiled timelines. He wrote translations of the stories stone-age inscriptions tell. His Pillars Timeline was to be his magnum opus – the combining of every known timeline. This would both fill in and purge the records of history that exist separately. Our Chronology Blog …More
Why Lost Civilizations Matter by Michelle Snyder SHOWN: Rx symbol 12,500 BC, Gönnersdorf, Germany. Translated Duncan-Enzmann: Medicine Lady and Her Medicine. For decades I have followed the trail left by symbol-makers who practiced their craft in what we call prehistory. Here it is that a language of pictures was used to record the lives and …More