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originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
I'm a little skeptical of the claims that the mica found originated over 2,000 miles away in Brazil, when here in New Mexico, significantly closer, one can find natural mica littered all over the ground in the Rio Puerco. It'd be interesting to see the research that determined it originated from Brazil.
originally posted by: zandra
a reply to: Blackmarketeer
The Vril makes us think about cold fusion, about mercury , about spinning mercury plasma. Mercury is a super conductor at low temperatures and it is frequently named in futuristic 'gravity control systems'. Lifting great stone blocks with electromagnetism could be a possibility …
In short: the Vril seems to (partly?) exist out of a multifunctional element, and it would not surprise us if that element is mercury. Neither would it surprise us if that element was known very well by a civilization that perished 12.600 years ago.
originally posted by: charlyv
It is very interesting, that recently, science has found a unique dialectical property involving Mercury in combination with Mica. Might be coincidental, and the Mica deposits under the pyramid could be natural, but I have seen some evidence that perhaps they were purposely positioned where they lie. The fact that there was a massive amount of Mercury near it raises some fairly cool questions. I also really wonder what the metal balls were for, they are all corroded and out of shape.