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(c 630-562 B.C.E), was a ruler of Babylon in the Chaldean Dynasty, who reigned c. 605 BC-562 BC. He is famous for his monumental building within his capital of Babylon, his role in the Book of Daniel, and his construction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and known among Christians and Jews for his conquests of Judah and Jerusalem.
His name in Akkadian, Nabû-kudurri-uṣur, is usually interpreted as "O Nabu, defend my kudurru" -- Nabu being the Babylonian deity of wisdom who is the son of the major god Marduk.
D: Well, no. No. No. It would be pumped up in power to stabilize the “doorway,” if you will, to step through into another location, which in essence, because distance and time are relative, the same thing - step through into another time. The Looking Glass device is a back-engineered Stargate.
D: So it was actually back-engineered from the original cylinder-seal data which allowed us to produce the Stargate access devices, if you will, what we call the Stargates.
K: Uh huh.
D: It's a back-engineered device, the Looking Glass is. So the Looking Glass is a secondary device and it was coming into its fore in the 60s and 70s and Will saw one of the first generations of it, from what I understand, a very large piece of equipment. They always get smaller, no matter what. Look at what's happened to the computer.
K: Who? Will saw?
D: Will Uhouse.
K: ... Uhouse saw the original Looking Glass.
D: He saw one of the original Looking Glasses demonstrated. And in fact it's going to be in the DVD that we're getting ready to put out, the actual interview, where he was indicating the firing of a bullet, I believe it was, through an object, and there was a time delay where the bullet actually passed through the object where you saw the bullet past the object, or the projectile if you will, a rail gun, I believe. What was the ... [Marci McDowell, off screen, confirms this]. Yeah, it was a rail gun being used. And then afterward they saw the impact of the device. So they were already playing with it in the early 70s, early to mid 70s, dealing with time sequences………………
….They are decommissioned.They are separated into their three components: there's a projection component, a ring component, and also a barrel component to both the Stargate devices as well as the Looking Glass device. The Stargates also have field posts, and again I'm not a physicist so I wouldn't be the appropriate one to make comment as to how they work.
Originally posted by SKUNK2
There is no ET tech in Iraq.
If there were all the European countrys/Nato and the UN would have been all over the place. But instead they all stayed away, for obvious reasons, they were against the war
Originally posted by Achiro
reply to post by rapturas
Ok, ok, ok. Nice reading you got there, but one thing i dont understand is that, the stargates he mentions are for time travel or going to other worlds? I really didnt figure out, sorry to bother you.
“the stargates he mentions are for time travel or going to other worlds”
“yeah, he's very undescriptive in some areas, and very descriptive in others. it's hard to follow him. bits and pieces of important data are just left out or assumed, as if he knows his audience is completely aware of what he is saying.”
Originally posted by Melbourne_Militia
Anyway, in addition to the theory posted previously about the "bottomless pit" stargate that possibly brought water over from Mars to earth, thus causing the big flood, may I expand on that theory and possibly say that this bottomless pit may in fact be a saviour to us with the world warming up (regardless which way, global warming or increased sun activity) in that if the earth ice begins to melt dramatically and the world oceans begin to rise, could we, or the powers that be that 'might' have control of the stargate, open it to send the excess water back to Mars possibly?
Two years ago, the Georgian Bay Association released a study that claimed a 1962 Army Corps dredging project accidentally created an ever-increasing erosion problem on the bottom of the St Clair River, the main outflow for Lakes Michigan and Huron.