posted on Dec, 9 2004 @ 11:33 AM
Originally posted by LadyV
Byrd...so your saying that the tablets have been proven fake!?
I'm saying that this is a common type of hoax.
The Tablets consist of twelve Tablets of Emerald Green formed from a substance created through alchemical transmutation. They are imperishable,
resistant to all elements, corrosion and acids. In effect, the atomic and cellular structure is fixed, and no change can take place, thus violating
the material law of ionization.
As someone has pointed out, this is a desperate attempt at "scientific veracity" (another hallmark of these hoaxes.)
* the "tablets" aren't available (vanished)
* how do we know they're imperishable? Well, by golly, someone says they are.
Upon them are engraved characters in the Ancient Atlantean language; characters which respond to the attuned thought waves of the reader and
which release much more wisdom and information than the characters do when merely deciphered.
Show me the Ancient Atlantean Language alphabet. And I'd like to see some information on the language (proving that it is one of the ancient ones
and not some pigdin of modern English.) Better yet, show me the picture of the tablets with the writing.
(warning for anyone trying this: I've studied languages and I do know a false construct from a real language. So don't try photoshopped garbage
here. You'll be "outed" by me and by several others.)
The Tablets are fastened together with hoops of a golden colored alloy suspended from a rod of the same material. they are supossed to be dated
back some 36,000 years B.C....
How were they dated?
...and don't leap on "Carbon 14!!!" because the tablets aren't organic. You can't date crystals and metals by C14.
Compare that to the Odd And Weird But Verifiable things like the unreadable hieroglyphs inside the Isthmaen mask:
Here we have a picture, a site, pictures of the writings, people who own the object, and a place you could go to photograph it or ask about it.
In a hoax, there is no primary person available (the original "keeper") and the object is "unavailable" (taken by angels, etc, etc.) In a hoax,
the translation is not done over a period of years and the material isn't released in little pieces and verified by scholars.