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Ancient Global Civilization

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posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 10:41 PM
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This guy "Jimmy" compiled similarities of ancient sites.

He put it all together in a nice presentation but those who are into this stuff have been aware of it for a while but were just too lazy to articulate it.

The ruins in America, for example,were probably already ruins when the Inca came upon them and co-opted them for their own use.

Same thing with the megalithic sites in Turkey.

There's a subterranean city there.

The same thing was recently discovered in Egypt: networks of underground tunnels dubbed the underworld.

In America also except it's underwater already in present day.

I think there's at least one in China where they drained the water.

Then there's Dwarka underwater in the bay of cambay in India that's at least 9K years old; of course there are the legends of shambhala also.

Anyway, which is older? Egyptian or Hindu civilization?

I think this all goes back to Atlantis.

Plato cited Egyptian high priests as his source on Atlantis.

Supposedly, ancient Egypt claims lineage from it.

A seafaring civilization that all traces was lost in some cataclysm.

They even had a ship buried around the pyramid. I think this was in honor/memory of Atlantis.

Its survivors became obsessed with megalithic structures to ensure they leave evidence of their existence behind.

So, the signs seem to be the strongest in the area of India, Egypt, and turkey.

So "Atlantis" logically has to be somewhere in that area.

(I don't want to bastardize the subject but To me, I think "Atlantis" may be refugees from another planet. Maybe Mars?)

Here's the video:





posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 11:24 PM
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I've never seen that much useful imagery compiled in one spot. Bright Insight has really outdone himself this time!

I hadn't realized that most of the interlocking stone walls of Europe are far away from the capital cities and tourist areas of Rome and etc.

Seems like a lot of effort to build something in a backwater area nobody would care about.

However, it makes sense if you consider the ice age cultures might have had their capitals in different places than the later cultures had them.



Also it all correlates well with Thor Heyerdahl and his reed ship theory/voyage.

www.kon-tiki.no...



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 12:43 AM
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@ 15:00 there is a Hindu statue holding an Ankh.

If the Earths continents are brought back together then we don't have such a big deal.....what happens if we generate graphics of the continents together and all these sites mapped on that Super Continent....no mega sea travel and no big deal really.

We build Skyscrapers out of need...the most preferable living sites attract the most people and habituation density causes us to build up....same deal applies to the stone work...it was necessity ….there were common Quakes...the Super Continents population could have had a thousand years of increasing land changes like Earthquakes.....this building technique was chosen out of practical needs....its our task to define those needs.



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 03:29 AM
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The lower case "s" scientists know that controlling the narrative gives them power.

So sad for them that they've been wrong. A tragedy that they've been allowed to 'teach' us (and now our kids) things that common sense would tell you are just not true.

The 'real' ancients (and I'm talking 10s of thousands of years ago) knew more ... far more. The Pharos of Egypt moved onto those ancient sites. What you've read about how the ancient Egyptians built those structures (the pyramids are just the well-known) was someone's best-guess history book. It is highly likely those structures (and most megalithic construction) pre-date the last glacial period.



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 03:32 AM
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originally posted by: one4all
If the Earths continents are brought back together then we don't have such a big deal.....what happens if we generate graphics of the continents together and all these sites mapped on that Super Continent....no mega sea travel and no big deal really.

Like this?



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 01:17 PM
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a reply to: reject

I've just watched this, a really interesting body of work.

Asides all of the information presented, my immediate thoughts were of what's missing.

I'm not sure how my thoughts will correlate with such dramatic events as Dryas events, Doggerland, volcanic eruptions etc. But If you look at the map on the display picture of the video There are some obvious big areas where there is no evidence. Such as Greenland, USA, the Southern part of Africa. the old USSR area, Australia, and eastern side of South America. I'm not saying that an old world far reaching civilisation didn't inhabit these parts. But, there should be some evidence left in these parts, taken for granted anything survived from the afore mentioned dramatic events.

Anyway, just my thoughts.



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 03:12 PM
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I watched the video today. Jimmy comes across as a sensible 'Mr Average' who, like myself, probably questioned the general consensus on mainstream history from an early age. The Pyramids were my first doubts, as I was taught in class just how they were built by the Egyptians. Something the teacher said led me to go in search of alternatives.

I have already seen the puzzle-style, multi-angled megalithic stonework in Japan on some of Brien Foerster's videos. The similarity to megalithic stonework in places such as Cusco, Peru is undeniable, although we are going to be told in this very thread that it is entirely coincidental in nature.

What I had not seen before is the so called 'handbag' depicted on the stone relief-work found in Göbekli Tepe, also found to be depicted in the carvings of some central American civilisations. Plus, the 'nubs' found on a wide variety on megalithic stonework in widespread locations...not used for lifting, as they are not on every block and not positioned ergonomically for lifting...who knows?



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 03:27 PM
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If there was such a global civilization where people and goods moved relatively freely around the globe, you'd think it would show up more clearly on the regional DNA tests, as well as the language root research. But there doesn't seem to be any indication of it. You'd probably see it more in coastal areas since that's where the most cultural / ethnic intersections would be, but again, there doesn't seem to be any. Or whatever genetic mixing that was done has become so muddied over the millennia that it can't be parsed out.



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 04:32 PM
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a reply to: Blue Shift

Agreed to a general lack of lingual and genetic direct evidence.

My own thoughts are if the evidence presented in the video is correct and there was a global civilization(s) why would there be such a lack of genetic/lingual evidence? Why suppress the evidence that exists?

The only answer that springs to my muddled mind is .... catastrophe and very few survivors.


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posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 06:05 PM
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a reply to: Baddogma

Native Americans (first Nations) ARE genetically related to.pacific Islanders and, therefore, to Asiatic people's.

This doesn't explain away the skill and technology of megalithic structures.

Others have posited megalithic structures are thousands of years older than mainstream archaeology and historians would care to admit.

Some say people just discovered these sites and repurposed them for their own use.

Like these following structures, the natives claim they are thousands of years older but what they say is being ignored.

Where there are megalithic structures, there are extensive subterranean structures also.


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posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 07:04 PM
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originally posted by: fromtheskydown Plus, the 'nubs' found on a wide variety on megalithic stonework in widespread locations...not used for lifting, as they are not on every block and not positioned ergonomically for lifting...who knows?


I’ve often thought about these, and wondered could they be foot/hand holds similar to rock climbing walls used to scale the walls during building?



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 07:19 PM
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originally posted by: Baddogma
a reply to: Blue Shift

The only answer that springs to my muddled mind is .... catastrophe and very few survivors.



THIS, is what all the signs point to. There really are no other scenarios that make sense.

Thankfully, we have the Younger Dryas to help us understand now.

There were many new sites I hadn’t seen before in the video. Pertaining to polygraph walls and subsequently the nubs. The ones in Greece, Italy and Japan, were new to me.



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 07:35 PM
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originally posted by: KKLOCO


There were many new sites I hadn’t seen before in the video. Pertaining to polygraph walls and subsequently the nubs. The ones in Greece, Italy and Japan, were new to me.


They are well known just generally not outside of archaeology.

en.wikipedia.org...

en.wikipedia.org... -nice pyramid made out of concrete and bricks and a tomb.

You can look up to the Japanese Kofun monuments.

www.ancient-origins.net...

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posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 08:21 PM
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originally posted by: Bipolarised

originally posted by: fromtheskydown Plus, the 'nubs' found on a wide variety on megalithic stonework in widespread locations...not used for lifting, as they are not on every block and not positioned ergonomically for lifting...who knows?


I’ve often thought about these, and wondered could they be foot/hand holds similar to rock climbing walls used to scale the walls during building?


i also had a similar thought. It's probably wrong but hear me out.

Look at all the concrete skateparks. They are world wide now. if we were wiped out and had to rebuild and extreme sports were never re-created, archeologists would probably be confused why they exist.

What if the numbs were some kind of ancient world wide sport or game that people used for something?

Probably wrong, but interesting in my opinion.

I would imagine they were used as some kind of leverage point or electrical input/output for construction when they were built. But then why leave them? Why not smooth it out? who knows.



posted on Mar, 3 2020 @ 09:43 PM
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I subscribe to Bright Insight the maker of this video.
He has more informative videos. They are a favorite of mine.
This has been the best thread that I've read here in such a long time.
Great Post



posted on Mar, 4 2020 @ 01:17 AM
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a reply to: booyakasha

Not that it matters but my guess is there's something special about the block; most probably you're supposed to hold it while praying.

Either that or it's a homage to a singular geographic feature somewhere; most probably some mountain.

Or both.



posted on Mar, 4 2020 @ 01:22 AM
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originally posted by: Deplorable

originally posted by: one4all
If the Earths continents are brought back together then we don't have such a big deal.....what happens if we generate graphics of the continents together and all these sites mapped on that Super Continent....no mega sea travel and no big deal really.

Like this?



More like this.

www.bing.com... 06C8FCC65B5699348D5606C8FCC65B5&&FORM=VDRVRV



posted on Mar, 4 2020 @ 09:30 AM
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originally posted by: Bipolarised

originally posted by: fromtheskydown Plus, the 'nubs' found on a wide variety on megalithic stonework in widespread locations...not used for lifting, as they are not on every block and not positioned ergonomically for lifting...who knows?


I’ve often thought about these, and wondered could they be foot/hand holds similar to rock climbing walls used to scale the walls during building?

I would imagine the nubs would be on every block spread over a larger area, if this was the case.



posted on Mar, 4 2020 @ 10:48 AM
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the first thing that come to my mind when i see somebody comparing pyramids and saying all of them looks the same is the fact that if it was built in any other way it wouldnt be a pyramid. Why the majority of ancient civilizations would want to build pyramids? Because it is a structure that is more stable, specially if they wanted to build something big to represent whatever.

a lot of stone walls comparisons. So what? Humans couldnt've learned to cut stone autonomously in different parts of the world?

Comparing old sculptures. Again, ancient people wanted to represent human beings in them, its obvious why they all look similar, and the stone probably wouldnt resist if the arms were detached from the body.

Oh, lots of sculptures from different civilizations with humans and big dragons. Does that means that dragons exist?



posted on Mar, 4 2020 @ 11:20 AM
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originally posted by: Peserc
the first thing that come to my mind when i see somebody comparing pyramids and saying all of them looks the same is the fact that if it was built in any other way it wouldnt be a pyramid. Why the majority of ancient civilizations would want to build pyramids? Because it is a structure that is more stable, specially if they wanted to build something big to represent whatever.

a lot of stone walls comparisons. So what? Humans couldnt've learned to cut stone autonomously in different parts of the world?

Comparing old sculptures. Again, ancient people wanted to represent human beings in them, its obvious why they all look similar, and the stone probably wouldnt resist if the arms were detached from the body.

Oh, lots of sculptures from different civilizations with humans and big dragons. Does that means that dragons exist?


What you are implying is that geographically removed cultures arrived at the same conclusions and built the same kind of stable structures based on the same knowledge of physics? Manipulating stone to build in exactly the same way? Came up with the symbolic concept of the 'Handbag'?

The first modern day skyscrapers arose in Chicago and the implementation of that design structure spread throughout and is in use world-wide, albeit to differing degrees of competency and design.

The theory in question seems more likely to me than a large series of coincidences in thinking, design and implementation. Each to their own, though.



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