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Originally posted by zazzafrazz
QUEENIE NEEDS APPLUASE SURELY!!!!!!
TY queenie look forward to hearing how you found that, and how in gods name they linked that british settlement to the Vitruvian man and plato?
Originally posted by queenannie38
the symbol is on the clue-sheet that has a part of the Rig Veda in the upper left corner and the MDMA molecule in the right top corner.
Originally posted by gimme_some_truth
Just looking at the code it looks like 1 to the power of one, two to the power of two and so on.... I googled " Math term for a number to the power of it self, and it linked me to that website, which is posted in my previous post...
Again, I think it may be a false lead/coincidence... But wanted to mention it just in case...
There is no widespread agreement as to which written work should be recognized as the earliest example of a time travel story, since a number of early works feature elements ambiguously suggestive of time travel. Ancient folk tales and myths sometimes involved something akin to travelling forward in time; for example, in Hindu mythology, the Mahabharatha mentions the story of the King Revaita, who travels to heaven to meet the creator Brahma and is shocked to learn that many ages have passed when he returns to Earth.