posted on May, 18 2016 @ 03:07 AM
a reply to: peppycat
I love the ancient past and technology especially about how the hell they moved those huge, huge stones. How they knew enough about the earth's/solar
cycles and who measured the Great year etc. Just putting the maths and everything together and building it is such a fabulous and precise job - it
blows my mind. I just love getting a thread that shines a light on those people of the past and their achievements - along of course with the
I also like threads making the link from that ancient world into the biblical stuff and how it was put together from pagan cultures and slowly merged.
Some of the ancient civilisations that are slowly coming to light not only in the northern hemisphere but also especially in the southern one.
I love conspiracies that show up governments and their puppets sly doings which tell us what is going on, why and especially whom. I like the
exposure of these people. I love the ones about the discoveries or oddities on other planets.
I love the UFO and unexplainable occurrences, but most of all I love a damn good conspiracy to conceal things that governments think the public either
shouldn't know for their own treasons or shouldn't be told in case they panic.
I think some of the ancient historical threads though are brilliantly put together by a couple of members here who really earn and deserve the flags
and stars they get for their terrific informative threads.
Although I sometimes read them to learn about how members feel about their country's elections etc I am sick to the death of the length these things
go on for in both the UK and especially the USA - but they do tell one from another country how a lot of people feel rather than the c--p we get on
the propaganda machine-media. I suspect more people today read Facebook and Twitter rather than watch the news on tv - except for RT etc etc.
However it opens the door also to other cultures around the world on their lives and thinking and its great getting input from Russians, Chinese and
Indian cultures and all the others, occasionally on their past but also on what's happening today.