Donate

You can help to support our work. Maybe you have noticed that we have no adds and do not stalk you with all kinds of banners. All the research is funded by ourselves, by the great volunteers that have joined our team, and hopefully by you. Until mainstream funds are available, to do this deep and controversial research to our ancient history, we are on our own – together with your help.

Note: To keep this website in the air and to do our research we need your support. Thank you!

 

Successful Research

We have successfully dated these monuments and sites, and their age appears to be very different than what the history books are telling us:

  • Teotihuacan
  • Stonehenge
  • Chichen Itza
  • Gobleki Tepe
  • Temple complex of Bagan
  • Simple Nuraghes
  • Conimbriga
  • The observatory of El Caracol
  • Caral
  • Complex Nuraghe Santu Antine
  • Complex Nuraghe Piscu
  • Chinese Pyramids
  • Pozzo di Santa Cristina
  • Carnac

Some of these discoveries are presented in easy to follow videos and some are published in a more difficult to follow scientific based article form. The most difficult form is the publication of our work in papers. These are specifically meant for the scientific community.

 

Much More is Yet to Come

To give you an indication of the research we are currently doing and what you can expect from us to be published in the future. Our conclusions on:

  • More complex Nuraghes
  • Tombe di Giganti
  • Rujm el-hiri
  • Kofuns
  • Ka’ba-ye Zartosht
  • Tiwanaku
  • Roman colloseums and amphitheaters
  • Greek temples
  • Egyptian temples and pyramids
  • Eastern Island
  • Cairn de Barnenez
  • Hattusa
  • Mayapan
  • The Sphinx of Balochistan
  • Radiocarbon Dating 
  • Simulations of crustal deformations
  • Correction of the errors in Paleomagnetic data over the last 500,000 years
  • Migrations routes of our ancient ancestors 
  • The movements of Antarctica over the last 500,000 years

To give you an indication of the obstacles of some subjects (and all subjects have their own typical obstacles) like for example with the Kofuns in Japan. Kofuns are also ancient “tombs”. Many of these mounds are shaped in the form of a keyhole. There is hardly any information available about their location and more specifically their orientations. In situ research is strictly prohibited which means there is no archaeological information to gather. Only our method gives a solution to date them. That is why we are looking for local Japanese collaborators to gather more information, and these preparations take a lot of time.

 

How Donation Money is Used

You can always give us suggestions which structures or monuments to look at. Leave us a comment below or send us an e-mail to: buildreps@gmail.com

You can contribute to our work by hitting the donate button. Every donation is like a seed that falls in fertile research soil. And we are thankful for every donation no matter how large or small. The donations are used, but not exclusively, to:

  • Hosting and maintaining the website
  • Writing, editing and printing of our planned book series
  • Costs of equipment like computers and software
  • travel and subsistence expenses of volunteers

Thank you!

We are currently renewing the website, more very exciting news will be posted soon. Keep following us! 

7 Comments

  • Collin

    I spent a great deal of time to find something such as this.

    Reply
  • Michael R*

    Just donated to you. Please keep doing the good work. When is the book coming?

    Reply
    • Mario Buildreps

      Thank you very much for your donation and letting me know that you have chosen to support our work. It is very much appreciated and so important for the continuity of this time consuming job. It will still take a year for the book to be published. Our continuing research has revealed so many astonishing details that we have decided to rewrite whole chapters.

      Reply
  • Richard

    I like your highly compelling research. It should be guarded for future generations? Other authors who live on donations give suggestions for the amount to donate. Can you give suggestions how much to donate?

    Reply
    • Mario Buildreps

      Thank you for your comment, Richard. I agree that the research should be guarded for future generations, and we think that a book with all the data inside could ensure that goal. I cannot tell you what you should donate, for I cannot look into your budget and your intentions. Everything is welcome! Thank you!

      Reply
  • Don H

    I am happy to contribute to your unique work! Thank you.

    Reply
    • Mario Buildreps

      Thank you very much for your contribution Don. Much appreciated!

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *