Wow - there has been so much said here that I'm not sure I can respond decently to it all! Bad time to have a busy couple of days work huh.
Originally posted by cormac mac airt
It is my understanding that many of the crystal skulls have been debunked as 19th century forgeries as evidence of a jewelers drilling eguipment had
been found on them. The discovery of the main one, sometimes called the Skull of Doom, is undocumented by its alleged founder and is of Brazilian
Quartz, not found in Mayan areas.
That is correct, many of the crystals ARE indeed duplicates and forgeries and are in no way significant. However, there is one crystal skull at least
which is as genuine an anomaly as one would wish to find - the Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull.
If this was the ONLY anomalous artefact on the planet then it would be enough to suggest that some kind of intelligence once existed on the planet.
Sceptics suggest it was carved by sand over a period of 300 years but this is completely unproven and, quite frankly, unbelievable - there is no
evidence of sandblasting on the skull.
Who left behind this artefact if not some kind of past advanced civilisation who knew it would stand the tests of time and become a flagpost for their
kerkinana walsky, in regards to the Thunder Stone. (pg 4)
I am not sure what point you are trying make here because personally when I see tales of the Thunder Stone it only reinforces my belief that ancients
were privy to some form of technology (likely to be knowledge of how to use vibrations and frequencies to the manipulate - levitate - large objects.
Some claim monks can still perform this act. Coral Castle anyone?).
It took 'modern man' all that effort to move one Thunder Stone 6kms, so how do you explain the Grand Terrace as pointed out by Jakyll? Those stones
were manipulated so delicately into place - how could pure man power achieve this? It does not explain anything. However, opening your mind to the
very real and scientifically plausible possibility that sound and vibrational frequencies were used to manipulate the object into place does make
sense. And this is a skill which I believe past civilisations understood and employed routinely.
Essan, in regards to your pictures of rocks with step-like formations. (pg 4)
They are some awesome pics and wonderful rock formations - very beautiful. I must admit that the first pic you posted really does look like some kind
of ancient platform - and it does get my imagination running wild. The second even looks like a house of sorts.
BUT neither of them look like what is found at Yonaguni. The structures at Yonaguni appear much more deliberate, straight edged and organised. There
is corridors with flights of stairs and all.
Your point about the ruins there looking as if made for people up to 20 feet in height isn’t as silly as it seems. There have been many bizarre
finds of huge humans bones.
The Australian Aboriginals talk of a past race of humans called "Doolagahl", meaning "great hairy man" which lived among them thousands of years
While not the best website ever, Rex Gilroy has done some serious research on this topic and the site is worth an hour of your time to find the
absolute gems of info in there. Like fossilized human footprints over 1 metre in length and 40 centimetres in width and agatized skulls.
And I think Jekyll touch on it, but in my readings and research I cannot count the amount of times I have seen this line appear after discussion of an
anomalous artefact which would have truly challenged mainstream science and its foundations of belief -
"[the item] was later shipped to [enter Museum of Smithsonian Institute here] where it has since been [misplaced, lost, destroyed by
It is surely the sign of a cover-up that generally accepted artefacts are never lost of misplaced, but genuine anomalies, geez those little buggers
just must grow legs of their own and disappear. Funny thing that
Oh, and in regards to the Piri Reis map - of course it 'debunked'. It didn’t fit into the accepted view of the world.
If I 'debunk' something, will sceptics automatically believe me just because they want to? Geesh, call something 'debunk' and no-one will
challenge the debunker.