In 1901, explorers found the ancient, bronze remains of the world's first known computer, preserved in a shipwreck in Greece. Named for its location, the Antikythera Mechanism was reverse-engineered for decades and finally determined to calculate celestial cycles, over 2000 years ago!

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The discovery of the Antikythera Mechanism proves how wrong the experts can be. Advanced technology could have existed & turned to dust, and if not for an ancient shipwreck, the Antikythera Mechanism might be dust, too.
And we'd never be the wiser.

Sumer was a highly advanced civilization and the first known to practice astrology, over 7000 years ago. And the Sumerian carving below appears to depict nine celestial bodies circling the Sun, so how did they know?

Some quick research uncovered a few compelling viewpoints...

History of Mesopotamia
Does Sumerian Cosmogony Validate Bode's Law?
The Sumerians knew about Uranus, Neptune and Pluto
The birth of the solar system-the legend of Sumerian civilization
Ancient Civilization Knew Far More about Our Solar System Than They Should Have
Plus a committed debunker driven by his confirmation bias, as they invariably are

And could the Antikythera Mechanism be much older than surmised? [and is that a GIANT?]...

Does humanity rise and fall again & again through forgotten eons? Is time the canvas and celestial cycles the template for a soul's many lives? And what's ahead for the Aquarian Age? Evolution, revolution, it's all a Ball of Confusion ruled by Uranus, God of technology. But one thing's for sure, the heart has to lead and AI has no heart.

The heart is where the ages etch
from highborn king to lowly wretch
the tale of all we ever feel
the only form that's truly real
The heart is our eternity
our one true felt reality
the soul way to divinity
neglect of which is misery
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