posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 10:53 AM
Sorry, but i'm thinking this has to be religious propaganda BS.
70 years in their possession, taken from one of the most historically important religious archaelogical sites in the region, after they had found the
DSS...and they've only just got around to examining them after seven decades?
Nah seriously can't believe that...probably fakes containing a 'preferred version of cleverly forged 'ancient events' IMO.
Or, they're the most incompetent religious historians and archaeologists on planet Earth.
edit on 6-3-2014 by MysterX because: typo
I can understand why, logically speaking, someone could draw this conclusion. However, the conclusion is still incorrect. There have been countless
instances of historically significant artifacts being packed away in a museum storage room, only to sit there for decades. In fact, there are still
things packed away that would definitely upset the historical records and maybe even the ideas of the origins of man, if some of the stories are to be
believed. But this is definitely something that does occur, especially if the artifacts were found a long time ago and were then packed away. Only
more recently has the academic community began catching up, although they are still doing a relatively poor job.
If there were one place in the world I could go and look through their storage rooms, it would be the Smithsonian. I firmly believe they have a few
artifacts in their possession, artifacts that have inexplicably disappeared in the late 19th or early 20th centuries. I suppose a case could be made
for the purposeful withholding of evidence, as well as the destruction of evidence. There have been claims of the Smithsonian actually carting
artifacts off onto a barge and dumping them in deep water. Now I don't know if that much is accurate, but it begs the question...are there things
that certain people in such positions would want to cover up?
Another interesting case revolves around the Egyptian themed area of the Grand Canyon, which is the same area where no access is granted to anyone,
aside from archaeologists and maybe some authorities or government employees. If there were not Native American legends, and reports from earlier
Americans regarding the eccentricities of the area, and artifacts in the area of a non-Native character, then I probably wouldn't think there was
anything there. But the stories coincide with the Egyptian names, and it really makes one wonder if there is more to that particular story.