originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: childoffather
Where are the milled stainless steel & titanium artifacts?
Every 26,000 years, or so, the earth goes through one complete cycle of ages.
During this journey, the earth undergoes a density transformation.
Material things become alternately less dense and more dense in the cycle.
All material things that were formed naturally, survive the density changes.
All artificial things that were formed unnaturally, e.g. from chemically processing matter, disintegrates during the low density times.
This is why, in the Bible, the Lord commands man not to work the stone when building things for him:
And if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, thou shalt not build it of hewn stone: for if thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou hast polluted
it. -- KJV, Exodus 20:25
Because when you work the stone, or process matter, the material artifacts you construct don't last.
They become "polluted".
That is, the material things lose their subtle connections with the larger environment of which they were part, and which connections are all required
to maintain the "stability" of the forms during the low density times.
So, every cycle, the earth is cleaned out of all artifacts created by man.
Those parts of the natural environment that remained untouched, unspoiled, unpolluted by craftsmanship, survive and provide the background structure
for the next cycle of mankind.
Everything in our environment is vibrating, and things that sit near to each other in space begin to vibrate in sync with each other, a phenomenon
called "resonance". Material things that have been near each other for a long period of time vibrate in sync, and reinforce each other's, contribute
to the stability and longevity of each others form and structure.
When you pick up something, say a stone, and move it far away to another place, some of the stability of that stone is lost, since its in a new
environment which is vibrating differently, and the stone has to start all over again to bring its vibrations in sync with the new environment.
When you process matter with heat, smelting, chemical reactions, etc..you do even more damage to that "resonance stability" factor. All these
artifacts become weak. And when the low density times come, they disintegrate and "flow away", reattaching to the environment in random places and
It's much like how the human body disintegrates after a person dies.
If you chop off a persons hands and feet, cut off his head, pull out his guts, and scatter these body parts around the environment, all the atoms and
molecules that were once together making up one person, will then separate and go their own way. That's because there's no unifying harmonious
"vibration" holding these basic parts together anymore.
Same thing with stones in the environment. Except the stones take a lot longer to disintegrate, than say, a human body.
So, all artifacts vanish each cycle, and there's little evidence that men made things long ago. Except, some wise men in the past figured out how to
use large blocks of stone, that, because of their size, take longer to disintegrate, and have sufficient stability, etc..to survive the low density.
So, we have things like the Great Pyramid of Egypt, of which nobody knows how long it's been there etc..built from natural stone.