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Ancient Celtic Technology

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posted on Jun, 17 2008 @ 09:06 AM
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There are ancient signs carved into stone for us to see, left as a proof of what Our ancestors knew.
It is as if they one day knew that Hyperdimesnional and Torsion field physics would be discovered - perhaps these things were created so they would not be forgotten..

Observe the angles of the radiating patterns on Celtic stone and metal working.

Now compare these same angles to the numbers Hoagland uses when he discusses Hyperdimensional and Torsion-field physics. They should not be using these numbers, at least not without the equations from which they are derived. This is like finding a variation of 3.14... or e=mc^2 in a neolithic cave painting, that is how out of place this is.

There is a new mathematical theory that presupposes the presentation of a point of infinite diversion should a monoatomic string attempt to impact upon a spherical object, these would elements would 'bounce' between universes until they reconstituted in there original form (like a strand of pearls). Basically, the strand of elements becomes a wave function before returning to it's original "strand of pearls" linear formation. Strangely, It also gains mass and increases in speed after reconstituting...

This is just a way that Hyperdimensional/Torsion field physics presents itself, and many ancient cultures seems to have representations of this. I have no doubt you will find it in many ancient cultures rumoured to have been advanced in the distant past.

Under laboratory conditions and with advanced measuring equipment we were able to view this action using plasma.. It is by the "displacement or excitation of the plasma that the effects were revealed.

I have seen it before, it is a Celtic symbol. It has a Circle with three white and three black "swirls" emerging from the center, they widen before tapering and then coalescing on the opposite side exactly as they were . It is often represented in 2 dimensions.

Here are some prime examples, bring them to a person who knows their quantum theory:
esr.earlham.edu...
www.fortunecity.com...
www.eso-garden.com... ( an excellent representation of the Point of infinite Diversion and the Torsion Field)

I hope I have made myself comprehensible this time around, but I believe that if we could prove the ancient Irish were in possession of this advanced mathematics - we would be able to refute the misinfo purveyed by the MSM and in our schools . Hopefully this would allow for a more open and honest look at history by Academia, and the truth would be written into our literature - the lies thrown out...
..Our ancestors should not have had this math. It is more advanced than General Relativity.

This is the Highest level of mathematics and we will be using the Large Hadron Collider/CERN as a proving ground. Did the Celts have something similiar? or did someone tell them? What is going on and why was this so important as to be replicated so often and in Stone and composed of particularly resilient metals like pure copper and gold?
It must have been important, but nobody really knows what it means... these particular symbols predate the concept of the Holy Trinity so it most certainly could not be a representation of that. Nor does it represent any particular ancient God or person, yet appears frequently throughout the Celtic culture as well as several others.

Egyptians - Geometry and Construction skills/ astronomy
Maya/Inca - advanced Pharmacopoeias and mathematics
Chinese - I-Ching; a fractal representation of time (very advanced)
India - Supposedly had nukes and planes...
American Indians - Unparalleled relationship with the land
Africans - Earliest Gold and mineral mining methods developed

I am Irish and as such I tend to focus more on Celtic Civilization, I think it would be interesting if we took the time to write down an interesting fact about the societies and cultures we are descended from. We should show our pride in our forefathers by remembering them and teaching others their stories.

Discuss.




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posted on Jun, 17 2008 @ 09:47 AM
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You might want to google up Micheal Tsarion, if you haven't already. His theory is there was an ancient Irish civilization that seeded the middle eastern ones, and uses a rather complete etymological analysis to back his assertions.

It's interesting stuff.



posted on Jun, 17 2008 @ 09:52 AM
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Michael Tsarion and I are in correspondence right now regarding this particular subject.

We have so far been able to match several symbols from ancient Celtic Culture with various "presentations" of a Torsion field.

Thanks for the tip though. Much appreciated.

So do you have any interesting anecdotes from your culture's past?



posted on Jun, 17 2008 @ 10:35 AM
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All I can say is I am portuguese. We are a people that once sailed the world and had a global empire. So we can say with authority that it is overrated


Perhaps the most interesting thing in our culture is the whole Columbus episode and the possibility he may have traveled using chinese maps, from a fleet that supposedly visited Europe in the 1400's, kickstarting the renaissance with eastern knowledge. Google Gavin Menzies for the backstory on this.

I never cease to be amazed at how biased and self serving national history teaching is. It's always about exagerating the importance of ones own acheivements in the face of the acheivements of others, and creating false dualities, when history is full of cultural interchange and organic colective growth. We are truely dominated by short sighted selfish individuals who corrupt everything right up to and including the image we have of ourselves.

Peace.



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:41 PM
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Did you mean to post this in another thread or something?
What do Portuguese conquests and biased cultural teachings have to do with someone's research on ancient Celtic symbology??





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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:59 PM
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Read the last line of the post that precedes it and all will be clear.



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:08 PM
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This is astounding, DM, thanks for posting this. I am Irish and proud of it. We Irish were pretty much the caretakers of civilization in the Dark Ages and have continued to have a love affair with words from that time on. There is an excellent series called "The Irish in America" it's on DVD and it's wonderful - it really describes the dire poverty the Irish experienced, also the prejudice, etc. It made me very proud to have descended from such strong survivors.



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:11 PM
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Also Google/You tube Marko rodin. His work is just up your ally. I believe a lot of what you’re talking about is well known, to a select few that is, and rest of us have to rediscover this stuff for ourselves. Maybe that is why our ancestors left behind all these stone clues. It’s good to see people such as your self doing the homework. I have learned studying geometry in nature is a good stepping stone to higher dimensional mathematics.
Where do think our ancestors got there inspiration from?



posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 11:29 AM
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Could you post some pictures of the Celtic drawings you pertain to in your thread?

Thank You

I find ancient European tribal communities and histories to be interesting.



posted on Jun, 27 2008 @ 09:08 AM
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interesting stuff.

It would be like a future culture using a double-helix spiral as a holy/magic symbol, not knowing why it was important, just that it was important to the gods, and it had a mystic power in their hands.

Well, at least archeology will be fun after WW3...!



posted on Jun, 27 2008 @ 11:03 AM
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I am curious about the possibility of civilization being much older than presumed. It is amazing how much is being learned about the Roman Empire (performing surgeries, and having mechanical shows for the theater etc), which is one of the most studied cultures in history. The Celtic and other cultures should be studied more for their hidden knowledge. I'm betting they haven't even hit the tip of the iceberg yet!



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