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StarGate Disclosure

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posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 01:50 AM
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In this thread I will attempt to prove that this is a stargate or a guidepost that leads to the real stargate. There are hundreds of towers in the region. These might prove to be a red herring. If we stay on the center path though we should be ok.

No one knows who built these twin stone towers or for what purpose they were constructed. They are found in the tribal corridor between Tibet and the Chinese province of Sichuan.

The region consists of a series of tribal peoples that have consistently moved around over time. As a result the languages and dialects of the people from one neighboring valley to another has become unintelligale. The only thing that the peoples have in common is a lack of a written history.

What an amazing place to construct a goal post.

Enter in the 100 foot tall Remede towers built roughly 800 years ago.



www.stonefoundation.org...


As bizzare as it might seem the code is found in the bible.



Matthew 7:13
"Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many.


In the picture of the twin Remede towers we can see the path that leads through the narrow gate. On either side of the path is the wide gate. There are no walls on either side of the towers, so this is the wide gate that leads to destruction.

Further evaluation of the stone achitecture of the twin towers reveals that they are star shaped. Eight inward pointing points and eight outward pointing points. A compass.

We find eight pointed stars in various cultures of the world.



It is associated with universal symbolism and the stars.



The are eight-paths in the way of Buddah and eight immortals in Chinesse tradition. However, its universal symbolism is one of balance, harmony, and cosmic order. Its pattern is associated in early astronomy, religion, and mysticism.

moroccandesign.com...




The roots of the eight-point star symbol are in early astronomy. The eight lines are symbolic of the four corners of space (north, south, east, and west) and time (two solstices and two equinoxes).




The eight pointed star was incorporated by Islamic prophets



By the middle-ages, the eight-point star is widely used as a symbol in Islamic art. It is called khatim or khatim sulayman, seal of the prophets, as in signet ring.see #1 The phrase “seal of the prophets” is also used in the Koran and has particular ideological meaning for Muslims.


The eight pointed star finds it's roots before Islam and actually every other religion as well.



Abraham, the shared prophet of the monotheistic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) lived in the Sumerian city of Ur.

The Sumerians used an arrangement of lines as a symbol for both star and God. The linear eight-point star represented the goddess Inanna, Sumerian queen of the heavens and Ishtar (Astarte), the Babylonian goddess known as “The Lightbringer.” An eight-point star enclosed within a circle was the symbol for the sun god.


The Babylonians followed the Summerians and according to Babylonian myths the Anunnaki were the offsping of the gods Anshar and Kishar (Skypivot and Earthpivot, the Celestial poles).



Now I don't know how far the CIA / DIA Joint Spacetime Threat Assessment program got, but I do believe that the Remede towers are a stargate.








I think the Remede twin towers are a time space gate to another dimention. Maybe the timegate only opens once every 25,700 years.

We can see by examining ancient Roman coins that the Romans may have also been aware of the existance of a timegate, if not it's location.

The entire US government loves using the bible and mythology in it's names for projects and programs.





Janus, the Roman god of gates and doorways, and of good beginnings and endings was depicted with two heads facing in opposite directions and thus often associated with good judgement and the connection between the past and the future. (Roman Republican Janus coin, c. 225-212 B.C., didrachm or quadrigatus.)

mnemosynefoundation.com...


Were the Greeks also were aware of the stargate?

Probably, since the Greek goddess Hera was the queen of the heavens and the stars. As well as love and marriage. She also rebelled against the King Zeus. Even though she caused him some strife the king won.

Were they aware of it's location?





Greek coin with Female Janiform Heads wearing the Circular Crown, the Polos, 215 -150 B.C.

mnemosynefoundation.com...


The same mythology keeps popping up in every civilization. Every civilization falls only to appear again in a different region and time.

And everything is traced back to the StarGate. And it's possibly found in a region in central China where the languges of the people are confused. In the story of the tower of Babel we find that God, learned that the people were rebelling and decided to destroy the tower that they were building, confuse thier languges and scatter them about the earth.

I think there is an unseen spiritual battle taking place, between the dark and the light. I think the star gate may be a portal to another age or space time dimension where both light and dark might go to begin the eternal battle again. Sorry, I don't know who won this time round.


I think this battlefield called earth might be all used up.

It's time to travel into the space time continuum, where the battle can begin again.

Timeout for now.

Peace


[edit on 25-1-2009 by In nothing we trust]




posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 02:33 AM
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Addition:

The StarGate is a blackhole. A gravitational tear in the very fabric of the universe. A tear in the curtain if you wish. It's a doorway to another dimention.





The battle between light and dark




posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 02:53 AM
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Originally posted by In nothing we trust
In this thread I will attempt to prove that this is a stargate or a guidepost that leads to the real stargate.


Well, I hate to be the one tell you this, but you failed. Miserably.

You are making connections to things that are so disjointed and so far reaching they don't even make logical sense.

The CIA/DIA docs have to do with RV, and why you present those as evidence of a path to a stargate escapes me. Those docs have nothing to do with a stargate. AT ALL.

And then Roman or greek coins to back up your theory? WHAT?

Those towers were likely just the entrance to a little ancient town. And there are hundreds of them.

Besides, as the story goes, the stargate was in Iraq and that's why Bush had to invade. Uh huh.



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 03:05 AM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican

Originally posted by In nothing we trust
In this thread I will attempt to prove that this is a stargate or a guidepost that leads to the real stargate.


Well, I hate to be the one tell you this, but you failed. Miserably.

You are making connections to things that are so disjointed and so far reaching they don't even make logical sense.


Perhaps you went through the wrong gate.



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 03:15 AM
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I don't understand why the star gate would have been in Irak. If there was a star gate it would make more sense to me that it is in Tibet in the living room of the Dalailama.



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 03:48 AM
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Originally posted by townio
I don't understand why the star gate would have been in Irak. If there was a star gate it would make more sense to me that it is in Tibet in the living room of the Dalailama.


Where did Jesus goto study after he was born?

Who did he learn from?

The three wise magic men came from the east.

From Persia?

And Persia did what? They traded with the far east.

10 Questions for the Dalai Lama (Part 1 of 9)




posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 04:21 AM
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Originally posted by townio
I don't understand why the star gate would have been in Irak. If there was a star gate it would make more sense to me that it is in Tibet in the living room of the Dalailama.


According to the story it has to do with historic allocation, not with your taste. Some say that the Garden of Eden is located in Irak. And of course that is the place where Adam and Eve were placed. The story suggest that they were brought there through a StarGate. How do you think "God" could have done it all in 6 days. He need those darn Star Gates.

To me these stories sounds like fascinating Fairy Tales.

These threads also get a lot of "I think there is an unseen spiritual battle taking place, between the dark and the light. " like remarks, to which I say: "I think there is an unseen influence of Star Wars and simplistic bipolar mindframe (good-bad/pos-neg/light-dark) taking place."





[edit on 25-1-2009 by Pjotr]



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 04:45 AM
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What has this to do with the Survival forum?

This is a two liner



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 05:49 AM
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Originally posted by Wotan
What has this to do with the Survival forum?


The stargate might prove to be your only real chance of survival.



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 06:41 AM
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Thanks for the post, I'd never heard of these towers before
Although thumbs down for leading me to see a picture of a sky-burial. Not a very nice sight!

Having now read up on the limited information, the towers appear to be wholly natural in their construction. They reflect tried and tested construction techniques from the area. Namely, using timber crossbeams to act like a car's anti-roll bar during earthquakes. The dating is based on the timbers. I didn't find any references to alignment of the towers.


Some scholars suggest that the towers are not so mysterious after all. "If there's any mystery surrounding them, it's no doubt partly a product of Western mythology around anything Tibetan and the fact that until recently the Chinese forbade access to the region," says Alex Gardner, a Buddhism specialist at the University of Michigan. "I don’t see how they could be called 'unknown' when they are visible for miles, and the region is crisscrossed with trading routes and now automobile roads."
Smithsonian Institute article.

I'd recommend reading the link because there are one or two things that will appeal to your contention. Two similar towers are found in Afghanistan and a Tibetan legend that describes them as a cord between heaven and earth.

I've a rather mundane idea that they were landmarks along the Eastern trade routes. Their height ensures that they could be seen from great distances. It's an area for Hanslune, but possibly sample archaeological digs to establish if any small communities lived around there.


William of Tyre, a medieval historian who wrote about the Templars from 1170-1174 states that the primary duty of the Knights was "protecting the roads and routes against attacks of robbers and brigands." The statement of William of Tyre, as well as their reputation for military successes and the evident establishment of Templar Castles has led most scholars to accept the traditional theory.
Source

Maybe the towers represented areas along the trade routes that were under the protection of similar soldiers? A social infrastructure would be required to plan and construct these huge towers. That kind of infrastructure will always support a protecting armed force or army. Status, security and territorial markers? Just speculating...



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky

Two similar towers are found in Afghanistan and a Tibetan legend that describes them as a cord between heaven and earth.

I've a rather mundane idea that they were landmarks along the Eastern trade routes. Their height ensures that they could be seen from great distances.


...the primary duty of the Knights was "protecting the roads and routes against attacks of robbers and brigands."
Source

Maybe the towers represented areas along the trade routes that were under the protection of similar soldiers? A social infrastructure would be required to plan and construct these huge towers. That kind of infrastructure will always support a protecting armed force or army.


Are you saying that a roaming band of warriors (Similar to the Knights Templar) are living somewhere in the mountains between Afghanistan and China?

And perhaps they are guarding the stargate?

What two towers in Afghanistan?

I know that there were 2 giant budda statues in Afghanistan, along the trade route, but they were destroyed just before 9/11.

Why would they have done that?

Were they instructed to?

Destruction of carven idols?



[edit on 25-1-2009 by In nothing we trust]



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by In nothing we trust

Are you saying that a roaming band of warriors (Similar to the Knights Templar) are living somewhere in the mountains between Afghanistan and China?

And perhaps they are guarding the stargate?

What two towers in Afghanistan?

I know that there were 2 great buddas in Afghanistan, along the trade route, but they were destroyed just before 9/11.

Why would they have done that?

[edit on 25-1-2009 by In nothing we trust]

I was suggesting that the towers were route markers along an old medieval trade route. They are provisionally dated at being 11/12th Century through the timbers. The construction of these towers would require an infrastructure and societies at this time were feudal. The 'roaming band of warriors' would be the equivalent of tax collectors, police, soldiers and protectors.

There are two towers in Afghanistan that conform to the eight-sided star design. One of which has a superficial likeness to the Himalayan towers in the picture you linked. They can be seen here. They are both mentioned in the Smithsonian link of the earlier post.

I was speculating (fancy word for guessing
) that if they were Trade Route markers the local ruler would protect the territory in a similar way to the Knights Templar on the road to the Holy Land. The rise and fall of the Mongol Empire caused huge depopulation in Central Asia and is a possible reason why there is a hole where the history of the towers should be.

Rather than opting for a 'Stargate', I was offering a more mundane explanation. Stargate or not, archaeological digs could find artifacts of the people that built all these towers. From that evidence, a better conclusion could be drawn?



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 01:13 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
I was suggesting that the towers were route markers along an old medieval trade route. They are provisionally dated at being 11/12th Century through the timbers. The construction of these towers would require an infrastructure and societies at this time were feudal.


Construction of the towers would have been beyond the technology possessed by the feudal nomadic tribes of the time. Kinda interesting ain't it.



The 'roaming band of warriors' would be the equivalent of tax collectors, police, soldiers and protectors.


Maybe they aren't the builders, but rather the protectors.

Either they are ...

A) Attempting to keep people from discovering the real timegate?
B) Attempting to lead the alien race back to the stargate?
C) ???



There are two towers in Afghanistan that conform to the eight-sided star design. One of which has a superficial likeness to the Himalayan towers in the picture you linked. They can be seen here. They are both mentioned in the Smithsonian link of the earlier post.




Hmmmm



... that if they were Trade Route markers the local ruler would protect the territory in a similar way to the Knights Templar on the road to the Holy Land. The rise and fall of the Mongol Empire caused huge depopulation in Central Asia and is a possible reason why there is a hole where the history of the towers should be.


Again perhaps this was done intentionally to keep the region from developing. If they wanted to hide something over a long period of time what better way to do it than to confuse confound the languges of the local peoples.

Anarchy hiding order?

Twin towers of Babel?



Stargate or not, archaeological digs could find artifacts of the people that built all these towers. From that evidence, a better conclusion could be drawn?


I would expect so


[edit on 25-1-2009 by In nothing we trust]



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 04:39 PM
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I couldn't see the video of the Dalai Lama. Assuming there is such thing as a star gate, what are your conclusions? What does it look like? Who has it in his possession? What does it do? Who can use it?



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by townio
I couldn't see the video of the Dalai Lama.


It was removed from utube immediatly after I linked to it.



Assuming there is such thing as a star gate, what are your conclusions?


Stay on the center path



What does it look like?


I just showed you, it looks like 2 towers.



Who has it in his possession?


No one



What does it do?


It gets us down the road a little bit further



Who can use it?


I would assume, anyone brave enough to venture through it



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 05:13 PM
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So are you saying the star gate is a spiritual concept? I'm not sure I'm following you. What was the Dalai Lama saying?



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 05:24 PM
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Originally posted by townio
So are you saying the star gate is a spiritual concept?


Thank you for asking.

The stargate is either a spiritual concept that moves us onto a higher plane of conciouness or it is an actual black hole that allows for space/time travel to other dimentions in space and time. I honestly don't know.

Maybe it's just the location of where the black hole is and where time travellers arrive from other dimentions and depart to other dimentions.

Maybe the time gate only opens for certain people and/or at certain times like the precession of the equinoxies (Speculation).

In such a remote and confused region who would notice anything out of the ordinary. Wanderers comming and going. Or maybe it just leads to the time portal itself. I'm convinced that the answer is somewhere in Asia though.



What was the Dalai Lama saying?


I didn't have a chance to watch all of it, before it was removed.



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 06:28 PM
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Just found a video about the towers. There's hundreds of them.

Are they using the towers to separate the wheat from the chaff?

Notice the symbols on the wall at 5:38



[edit on 25-1-2009 by In nothing we trust]



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 06:36 PM
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Originally posted by In nothing we trust

Notice the symbols on the wall at 5:38



Yes yes a swastika in ancient china and other locations it means good fortune what’s your point? And how is it connected to “STARGATES”



posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 07:06 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69

Originally posted by In nothing we trust

Notice the symbols on the wall at 5:38



Yes yes a swastika in ancient china and other locations it means good fortune what’s your point? And how is it connected to “STARGATES”


Just thought it was interesting.

And yes the symbol in question does mean good fortune in China.

Maybe this stargate leads to good fortune?

[edit on 25-1-2009 by In nothing we trust]



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