Archive for the 'Lost World Museum' Category

Where Did We Come From? Origins Event March 7-10th 2012

Monday, February 20th, 2012

The competing theories to explain where we came from generate heat and occassionally press. It’s a bit of a mystery actually because nobody was there  in the beginning to tell us the answer. Therefore each philosopy whether it calls it’s self “science” or “religion” really asks us, based on their best evidence and logically deducements, to “believe”.  Are you satisfied with their  answers?

On March 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th John and Christen Adolfi of the Lost World Museum will be conducting a series of presentations on the subject of origins.

The topics will include:

The Evidence of Giant Humans
Modern Day Savants – Were our Ancestors a Race of Geniuses?
The Night Sky Speaks To Us – What is the Message?
Ancient Technology – Was it Apes, Aliens or Adam?

Time: 7PM – 8:30pm

Location: Church located  on the Corner of West 5th St. & Cayuga St., Oswego, N.Y. 13126


Latest Poll: Do Aliens Walk Among us? Well do they?

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

It’s true, of the 23,000 adults who participated in a this unusual survey, 20% on average said “Yes” aliens do walk among us dressed as humans. The Chinese responded double with 40% polled saying “I believe!” Wow, how do you tell who is my real brother and which might be adopted? Do they hide there looks with a mask, technology morphing their looks? If you ask one if they are an alien, are they compelled to tell you the truth? I’m confused, but apparently these people are not. Read all about it here.

For more fodder to explore IF the world was ever visited by alien life forms and there mark on our human development check out the 70’s classic Chariots of the gods

Two and a half foot sea creature brought up from the ocean depths

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

This jointed creature’s proper name is the Bathynomus giganteus. No need to get scared, this creature, even if unfamiliar to us, is apart of the everyday scavenger life of a “bottom feeder” on the ocean floor. It’s favorite meal is whale carcass. He lives thousands of feet below the surface in an environment that seems to support giantism. The current thought is that larger cells are prone to a colder environment. Cold ocean, big creatures.  Even his scavenger companion, also a giant, the Giant Spider Crab which can grow to 12 ft. tip to tip. To see the complete slide show of this amazing sea monster, a stow a-way on a undersea vehicle from 8,500 ft. deep, click HERE.
If you like this crazy looking critter take a look at anomalous mammals here

Chupacabra escapes N.Y.! Heads straight for Texas.

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010
Blanco Texas Chupacabra

So Joe Taylor, this white  bearded hippy looking creationist (He tells me he never was a hippy) from the Mount Blanco Fossil Picture 1Museum asked if they could display the grey critter for their upcoming creation conference April 13-14th, plus display it for all his museum visitors in April. I have to admit, I hesitated at first because this is a one-of-a-kind mystery mammal. But what the hay, it’s just collecting dust while we ready the Lost World Museum for its GRAND opening later this year so off to Texas she went. (Yes this Chupa wears pink)  MtBlancoBldgFrontMDuring the month of April 2010 if you want a glimpse of the only taxidermied mount of the Blanco Texas Chupacabra go to Joe Taylor’s Mount Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton Texas.

If you are just curious enough to see what could be the world’s only perfectly intact representation of a mutated or an entirely new species of mammal then now’s the time to take a trip to Texas where it all started. Click HERE for more information on the museum’s location and hours of operation.

Lost Technology – Aussie Explorer Jon Gray Author of Dead Mens Secrets

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Read all about it in Dead Mens Secrets by clicking HERE.

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Part 4 Part 5 Part 6

Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

Vinland Map Vindicated!

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Vinland Map Version_1_333kb In school we were taught Christopher Columbus discovered of America in 1492.  Historically it is as firm a person, event one can  historically get. Like a rock! Columbus discovered America in 1492.  However many evidences have been presented  attempting  to dethrone the traveling Italians honor but nothing, no ancient stone works, mysterious coins with dates before  his arrival or  Egyptian like hieroglyphics etched in stone found in the mid west can have the strength of argument to over turn  such a deeply  held prized event until mid 2009.

The Vinland map has been known since 1957.  Written on parchment and ink the map shows the outlines of Europe and parts of Africa. However as you scan to the west your eye easily recognizes Iceland and a bit more to the left and there is Greenland traveling across the ocean we see…New Foundland?  What is a section of North America doing on a map carbon dated at 1440?  That’s a half a century before the Queen gave Chris the green light for his own gig.

The latest analysis completed by the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts announced July 17, 2009 that the map is real, not a hoax. That may make some uncomfortable as one significant piece of history would need to be rewritten. This map adds another piece of evidence that the Vikings were perhaps the first to Discover America as early as 1000 A.D.  Yale University currently owns the map.

A reproduction of the Vinland map can be purchased in our store here.

Where were you in 1362? Ancient Runestone found in rural Minnesota

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Museum to re-open in the Summer.

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

IMG_7518The Museum is closing down temporarily to finish the construction we began many moons ago. The grand opening will be in the summer of 20XX. To Be Announced.

But due to the demand of the Chupacabra Exhibit we are accepting groups and schools by appointment to view the Chupacabra Exhibit through November 2009. See Museum info for more details.

November Newsletter set to launch…10, 9, 8….we have lift off.

Friday, October 30th, 2009

November 2009 Newsletter jpeg“Honey take a peek at what I’ve put together here.” Looking it over my wife said, “Wow what an incredible newsletter!”  Then she dropped a bomb, “In the past some of your newsletters I was slightly embarrassed by.” Ouch!  She continued, “But if this new newsletter showed up unexpectedly in my e-mail box, I’d read it, it’s that good.” You can decide if she’s right by registering here to receive it.  BTW it’s FREE.

In the meantime we are gearing for the final night of Chupa-Mania at the museum. Saturday, October 31st from 6PM – 9PM. we will have on display 45 photos of living and dead critters many exclusive to the exhibit and not seen anywhere, yes that includes the Internet, 3 news clips, chupa fangs, chupa Tees and of course the Birkshire Chupacabra and the world famous Blanco Chupacabra.

Countdown…3,2,1…Blast Off.   Remember you have till Sunday November 1st at 6am to register for this months newsletter.  Register now here

Lost World Museum now on Facebook

Monday, October 19th, 2009

Picture 1Facebook is skyrocketing in popularity. And now you can follow the Lost World Museum’s minute by minute explorations into some of the most explosive and controversial subject matters on Facebook.

Chupacabra, Evolutionary defying geological anomalies, pre-historic giant mammals, ancient technology and the search for Noah’s Ark  are some of the topics we will report on.  If the DNA study being conducted on the Blanco Texas “chupacabra” interests you we will be announcing the results on Facebook in the coming weeks.

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