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"I'm gonna reveal a secret to you," he told reporters. "There's a monolith on (Mars' moon) Phobos. It's about 15 meters high. And aliens put it there before they came to Egypt to build the pyramids." Like a good comic, Aldrin, 79, kept a straight face...
but i cannot find his book at all..does anyone know where it can be purchased or able to be read online?...
Originally posted by Tuned Agent I wonder how much of your research has led you down the ancient Cosmic War senario- or rather, have you ever considered the GP's as an ancient millitary installation/weapon 10,000 years ago in a war with the "Gods"?
December 22, 2006–October 18, 2009
Special Exhibitions Hall, Egyptian Galleries, 3rd Floor
How the Egyptians, known throughout the ancient world for their expertise in magic, addressed the unknown forces of the universe is explored in this exhibition of twenty objects from the Brooklyn Museum's world-famous collection. Ancient Egyptians did not distinguish between religion and magic. They believed that the manipulation of written words, images, and ritual could influence the world through a divinely created force known as Heqa, personified as the eldest son of the solar creator Atum. Heqa could be used by the gods to control and sustain the universe and by humans to deal with problems of ordinary life. The exhibition includes a relief of a son of Ramesses II, Prince Khaemwaset, who became legendary as a sage and magician; a bronze figure of the goddess Isis, known as "great of magic," holding a cobra that also had magical powers; a magical healing stela inspired by myths of Isis healing Horus of a scorpion bite; and a headrest with images of Bes and Taweret, deities who protected the dead and the living. The exhibition also examines connections between magic and medicine, including the consumption of liquids imbued with magical powers; and the use of magic after death through such objects as funerary figurines that were created to carry out any work in the afterlife the gods might require of the deceased.
This exhibition is curated by Richard Fazzini, Director of the Brooklyn Museum's excavation at the Temple Precinct of the Goddess Mut in Egypt.
An object that can barely be seen from a height of 180 miles up is obviously not going to be visible from the moon (roughly 237,000 miles away), as confirmed by Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean:
"The only thing you can see from the moon is a beautiful sphere, mostly white (clouds), some blue (ocean), patches of yellow (deserts), and every once in a while some green vegetation. No man-made object is visible on this scale. In fact, when first leaving earth's orbit and only a few thousand miles away, no man-made object is visible at that point either."
Thus black magic dictated the state religion
and paralyzed the intellectual and spiritual activities of the individual by demanding his complete and
unhesitating acquiescence in the dogma formulated by the priestcraft. The Pharaoh became a puppet in
the hands of the Scarlet Council--a committee of arch-sorcerers elevated to power by the priesthood.
These sorcerers then began the systematic destruction of all keys to the ancient wisdom, so that none
might have access to the knowledge necessary to reach adeptship without first becoming one of their
order. They mutilated the rituals of the Mysteries while professing to preserve them, so that even though
the neophyte passed through the degrees he could not secure the knowledge to which he was entitled.
Idolatry was introduced by encouraging the worship of the images which in the beginning the wise had
erected solely as symbols for study and meditation. False interpretations were given to the emblems and
figures of the Mysteries, and elaborate theologies were created to confuse the minds of their devotees.
The masses, deprived of their birthright of understanding and groveling in ignorance, eventually became
the abject slaves of the spiritual impostors. Superstition universally prevailed and the black magicians
completely dominated national affairs, with the result that humanity still suffers from the sophistries of
the priestcrafts of Atlantis and Egypt.
Fully convinced that their Scriptures sanctioned it, numerous mediæval Qabbalists devoted their lives to
the practice of ceremonial magic. The transcendentalism of the Qabbalists is founded upon the ancient
and magical formula of King Solomon, who has long been considered by the Jews as the prince of
Originally posted by GTORick
Hey Zorgon and All,
I talked to my wife yesterday and she siad maybe she could do a 'scouting' mission and take pictures of the place randomly and then present them to you so you could pick an area of interest. She said there is a group of students from AUC that want to head that direction so the timing might be perfect. I am lucky that she is so willing to help.
I was telling her about the discussion on harmonics when it comes to the great Pyramid of Cheops. She suggested that if anyone is intrested in what Egyptian 'sounds' and music where like in Pharaonic times that they listen to recordings of Catholic Coptic music. She said that that music gives you a good idea of the type of sound and harmonics the ancients used. I forgot the names but she said even some of the instruments are the same.
Originally posted by stealthyaroura
this harass guy or whatever his name is whats his problem with further excavation work?
As for the whole stargate thing i am a little skeptical but i may just read through more of the info on them and the iraq connection maybe just maybe there could be some truth.