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originally posted by: Bloodworth
Sometimes i feel the earth may have once been a technological place but was 99% wiped out and humans are slowly rebuilding.
May have even happened a few times.
originally posted by: Assassin82
My favorite is the age of the Egyptian Empire. It seems that with each passing day/month/year we are given new facts and understandings about it. I'm of the belief that the Sphinx is thousands of years older than many assume and indicative of a civilization that thrived before some cataclysmic event. Joe Rogan's podcast with Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson provides some wonderful evidence on this viewpoint.
There's a lot to be discovered....I can't wait to see where it all goes. Thanks for putting together another solid post!
originally posted by: surfer_soul
a reply to: Klassified
To me that picture Slayer posted of the Sphinx before all the repair work was undertaken proves the head is not contemporary with the body. Just look at the erosion on the body compared to the face. The face is clearly much less eroded apart from the nose which was probably vandalised.
Whatever it was originally is anyone’s guess but I think it must have altered at some point.
All of that from people wearing loin clothes eh?
originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: Assassin82
I've watched that podcast several times before. It's a good one and I believe they're on to something. Ancient super civilisations got f#cked up by a massive catastrophe. Hancock thinks it was a comet hit or partial hit.
The biblical flood myth doesn't seem so mythical when you see the evidence these guys present. Randall Carlson is awesome.
originally posted by: SLAYER69
a reply to: Klassified
Hey, long time no see
Yes, this forum is for speculative topics. I appreciate your contribution. I'm checking out the provided info/link
The article notes that this coincides with the rise of Pharaonic society, as the remaining population retreated to the Nile Valley.
Just something that might give perspective to the progress of things. It's not really evident that humanity caused the rain to start or stop.