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PROJECT ISIS: The KGB's Discovery of The Tomb of The Visitor

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posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:03 PM
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once again Zorgon, you come up with intriguing information.

keep up the good work
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posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon
it would be nice to be able to do 'on the spot' research

[edit on 25-7-2009 by zorgon]


Take a trip to the Cairo Museum, you might be amazed at what you can find in there:

www.s8int.com...

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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and also, zorgon, you said somehting about raising money with your research to afford excursions and whatnot.

start a website putting all your info together. Dont charge people to access it, but after so many visitors and whatnot, you can start advertising. advertisers pay for banners and everything. and after enough visitors, if you place videos, you can charge advertisers to place commercials at the beginning of your videos. Navy is very big on video advertising on the net.

Also, youtube videos, with enough visitors will pay you $0.15 per view and $0.06 per comment. But add in a million views or so with 1,000 comments. you do the math on multiple vids.
theres money to be made my friend. and with your wealth of knowledge, im sure you could get paid.


 
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posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:14 PM
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Originally posted by LucidDreamer85
It's not alien tech....it might be though...but It's just hidden knowledge....


I am with you on the 'hidden knowledge'

It is said that Coral Castle was built using this hidden knowledge

Accoustic levitation is said to be a skill of old Tibetan Monks using chanting... we have documented stories from long ago but again no 'proof'

Tibetan Sound Levitation Of Large Stones
Witnessed By Scientist
www.thelivingmoon.com...



Grid Harmonics
Levitation in Tibet
www.labyrinthina.com...


However we do have modern science and they can prove that it is possible..

Warning turn down your speakers

Acoustic Levitation Chamber






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posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:24 PM
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Originally posted by skeetontheconspiracy
start a website putting all your info together. Dont charge people to access it, but after so many visitors and whatnot, you can start advertising.


www.thelivingmoon.com...

Yes I do have some ideas on raising funds that will not require either advertising, membership or charging for the info on my site.



Navy is very big on video advertising on the net.


Now THAT is a gem of info... I'm on pretty good terms with the Navy one of my best sources




Also, youtube videos, with enough visitors will pay you $0.15 per view and $0.06 per comment. But add in a million views or so with 1,000 comments. you do the math on multiple vids.


Really? never knew that I didn't think they shared their revenue
That is doable so long as I can keep my site free and ad free all other options are doable. I have a month left to sit around the house... time to do some thinking



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:24 PM
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If you support this film in any way, ask yourself this one question, "When did the KGB become a trusted source of information?"

Their primary goal is to plant misinformation.

[edit on 25-7-2009 by Pathos]



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by Heliocentric
Take a trip to the Cairo Museum, you might be amazed at what you can find in there:


Do you think Dr Zahi Hawass would let me inside that chamber under the Sphinx if I ask him nicely?



Maybe its time to use my RC connections



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by Pathos
If you support this film in any way, ask yourself this one question, "When did the KGB become a trusted source of information?"
Their primary goal is to plant misinformation.


A good friend of mine in a three letter agency once said there is a lot of information in disinformation.


Its not a question of trusting the KGB or any other single source of info... its a question of matching pieces of the puzzle and following clues to the real info. I have notice most skeptics tend to pick apart the single bits, but never take the time to place them in context with the whole puzzle

You also need to remember that the entire "Cold War" was a disinformation campaign by both sides to allow them to 'arm up'


[edit on 25-7-2009 by zorgon]



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by yankeerose
So the tomb of Knowledge is still just sitting there? I am sure that after this documentary came out, somebody excavated it. But WHO?


Well that is the kicker... this hidden tomb info comes from a lot of sources. My first exposure to it was over 30 years ago via the Rosicrucians. At that time it was a lot easier to travel to the Pyramids and even Tibet, but I did not take the time to do so and let life and job take over...

Now it is harder since Dr Hawass has clamped down. He is afraid that if this was dug up (if they haven't already) that it might show that his Egyptians did NOT create all this (This really only applies to the Giza complex the rest are latter copies and were built by Egyptians)

So yes I know this is not sound archeology BUT since there is so much at stake to keep any hint of this out of the public... its hard to know

My concern is this... would Hawass and others deliberately DESTROY anything that proved otherwise? I have always believed that a true archeologist could not bring himself/herself to destroy something that didn't fit the picture, but they would and have hidden it...

A perfect example is the Bagdad batteries over 40 of them stuffed into the basement of a museum until a new curator went down there to do inventory... Then suddenly we find that they had 1.5 volt batteries in ancient times

[img] www.thelivingmoon.com...[/img]

There are other cases of out of place artifacts... some I heard about years ago and now cannot find any reference like the 2 inch cube of stainless steel found in a coal bed in the UK and is supposed to be it the British Museum. It has an imprint on the steel of a fossil fern... but I have never again seen any thing on it

In Texas they found some man tracks along side dino tracks. While this was presented at a symposium two evolutionists apparently went to the site and took iron bars to destroy the tracks...


continued....



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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The old dry ice in the casket ploy claims another victim.
You must drive yourself nuts at Halloween.



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 02:07 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon
Do you think Dr Zahi Hawass would let me inside that chamber under the Sphinx if I ask him nicely?


No, since he doesn't believe it exists.

He doesn't believe that the cavities found in the upper part of the Great Pyramid exists either.

In order to get permission to those sites, you have to cut through Egyptian Administration, which is only doable if you represent a prestigious University. If you do, you're probably a Professor with your basic training 40 or so years behind you, and your position depends on a lot of things such as funding, in short can't speculate in whether the Djed column was a device to communicate with extra-terrestials. Robert Schoch was a rouge element that got through and proved that the story of the Sphinx was much more complex than any established expert would admit, and boy do they regret that.

That is for the next generation of archaeologists to investigate, nowadays you see graduate students highly influenced by Bauval/Hancock and Anthony West/Schoch's work.



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 02:30 PM
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Back to the chamber...

As I said its 'old news'

Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 – August 25, 79), better known as Pliny the Elder, in his book Natural History wrote:



In front of them [i.e. The Giza Pyramids] is the Sphinx, which deserves to be described even more than they, and yet the Egyptians have passed it over in silence. The inhabitants of the region regard it as a deity. They are of the opinion that a King Harmais is buried inside it... [Book 36 XVII]


Is There a Chamber
Beneath the Sphinx?
www.catchpenny.org...


Unopend secret chamber under sphinx in Giza Plateau ??
www.abovetopsecret.com...

The Hall of Records
www.abovetopsecret.com...

What's really beneath the Sphinx?
www.abovetopsecret.com...



What about the chamber in the front [of the Sphinx] between the paws? It has been verified by sonar and because the Egyptian government would not allow it to be investigated (dug) we thought a little earthquake to open a door may help. It is one of the greatest finds the simple human people will ever discover.
Anonymous

www.pbs.org...

There was a program on TV not long ago on them supposedly about to open the chamber... but they never did.


Now Dr Hawass has stopped any more digging there.

It is also interesting to note that Obama had to stick his nose into this affair...

Obama at the Pyramids: "No evidence aliens actually built this"
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Obama at the Pyramids: "No evidence aliens actually built this"
news.yahoo.com...

What he takes a few minute tour and is suddenly an 'expert'?

Here we have a not on that from Dr Hawass himself


We walked down to the Sphinx from the Khufu Boat Museum, and President Obama asked me questions about the people who built the pyramids, noting that they were not slaves. We talked about the casing on the pyramid of Khafre, and how the Great Pyramid had once been cased the same way in fine white limestone. He joked with the press about the idea that aliens had built the monuments of Giza. Between the paws of the Sphinx, we talked about history and posed for many pictures. I told him how much the people of Egypt love him and how happy everyone was on the day of his election. We all expect him to do a lot for the world. It is my hope that he will be able to change America’s image in the eyes of the international community and bring the US back into contact with the rest of the world. I was so happy that I was able to spend an hour and a half walking across the Giza Plateau with President Obama.


Well how about that he joked with press about Aliens, walked across the plateau for 1 and a half hours and makes a statement; "No evidence aliens actually built this"

www.drhawass.com...





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posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 02:40 PM
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Wow I have never heard of the Tomb of the Visitor before. I will have to watch the videos later when I can use another computer so I have sound. This is really interesting! Wow how I love Egypt and all its mystery. Do you happen to have any links where I can read about this? Thanks great post! S^F



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 02:56 PM
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Originally posted by Heliocentric
No, since he doesn't believe it exists.


Hmmm well then if that is true he won't look for it (as he won't let otheres look for it) so in that case it would be safe.

Where is Indy when we need him... a little Midnight Tomb raiding is called for Ahhh the nostalgic days of Archaeology... when Hitlers goons scoured the world for artifacts, the KGB dug up alien mummies, adventurers paid by museums raided errr explored ancient tombs....

Those days are gone... now we have Obama making statement while walking on the desert floor and 'Doctors' who ignore evidence because it doesn't suit them... and history according to Sitchin, a Sumerian expert



Man I hope your right... about that next generation. I still have a few years left on this rock... maybe something will turn up before I join the Pharoahs

[edit on 25-7-2009 by zorgon]



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 03:41 PM
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Seen this before, and I tell ya...It's worth watching. very intriguing.

I thought this had been posted on ATS long ago so I never bothered to post it. =P

Anyway, glad you did Zorgon. Cause I don't really know what to make of this case. But KGB sure did found something that's for sure.

Give ya a star and a flag mate.


Keep it up.



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 03:46 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon

In Texas they found some man tracks along side dino tracks. While this was presented at a symposium two evolutionists apparently went to the site and took iron bars to destroy the tracks...


continued....


I have been to the ones that weren't destroyed. Went down there, then wento to Fossil Rim to see the wildlife. Got a nice picture of a giraffe while i was there, actually. He was looking down at me through the sun roof in the Tahoe.

The footprints are interesting, in what appears to be sandstone, i think.



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 03:52 PM
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What? And no pictures


Always good to have independant observation..

I find it hilarious that the creationists are the ones wanting to protect these prints and the evolutionists want them to vanish








[edit on 25-7-2009 by zorgon]



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon



Now it is harder since Dr Hawass has clamped down. He is afraid that if this was dug up (if they haven't already) that it might show that his Egyptians did NOT create all this (This really only applies to the Giza complex the rest are latter copies and were built by Egyptians)

So yes I know this is not sound archeology BUT since there is so much at stake to keep any hint of this out of the public... its hard to know

My concern is this... would Hawass and others deliberately DESTROY anything that proved otherwise? I have always believed that a true archeologist could not bring himself/herself to destroy something that didn't fit the picture, but they would and have hidden it...

A perfect example is the Bagdad batteries over 40 of them stuffed into the basement of a museum until a new curator went down there to do inventory... Then suddenly we find that they had 1.5 volt batteries in ancient times


I understand the reasoning behind wanting to hide such a thing, but, knowing this and hiding such things for the sake of credit being taken from your culture is really tough to swallow. Just think, if the information in the hidden tomb of knowledge would blast the human race into a new stage of existence and by allowing this information to come forward, Hawass being of that culture would most certainly bring great praise to his culture in my opinion.

It is one thing to hide something for the sake of protecting a culture, it however is another to be the culture that worked with beings far beyond our intelligence. I find the ladder to be a better accomplishment. Your culture was able to learn from intelligent beings, and take that knowledge and do things we today do not yet understand. That being said, I would be happy knowing my culture was highly intelligent for this. If this is being hidden then hiding this for the sake of taking full credit for a cultures prosperity I would not know how I could live with myself.

Editing to add, It is another thing to not let the information that may be buried in the tomb to not come to light and possibly holding back the human race. I mean how arrogant, who are you to deny history. sigh

[edit on 25-7-2009 by I think Im normal]



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 05:35 PM
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Preface: the author here claims that a unknown, secret entrance to the great pyramid was at last found on the basis of instructions and "intricate codes" - found in a type of underearth tomb in 1936. These code-findings were east of Athena but the "statements" was not correct decoded until many years later he claims. Yes - it was not before june-76 that a small group was able to enter these enormous underground chambers lying deep under the pyramids on Giza. They claim to have taken thousands of microfilms of what they found - things that proves far distant ET-visitations, underground civilizations and far developed societies on earth. It may seem as a fantastic claim or a big bluff - but remember that if this should be true - the conservative scientific society and the might-powers in position - would do all to hide or stop these things. This is not groundless claims - because the now released reports from "the disclosure project" - shows very clear what the men in power has so well covered and denyed ET-visitations and similar the last 60 years or more. Another might that try to prevent these discoveries to come forth, is the mighty churches and the western religions - and the author was also strong influenced of this - as most of the Americans seems to be in many ways. He was a son of a priest (Rev..) Their might would weaken a lot - if proven discoveries would show that "god" did not make/create earth - and human as said literally in the bible, some few millenniums ago. Another thing to remark as some spiritual sources says - is that so-called evidence - that is too convincing - is not allowed to come forth from the spiritual "controlplane" - BECAUSE EVIDENCE IS SOMETHING THE RIPE SEEKER MUST AND WILL RECOGNIZE INSIDE HIM/HERSELF. Therfore it may be so that it was not yet intended that this things should come forth - until time was right.

It is also interesting that other sources as Lobsang Rampa and some physical ET- contactpersons told similar things that the claims here says.

(Some words are translated and some headlines added. There may be wordmistakes - as text is scanned).


This work has been copied throughout the web as I have on my site as well

HERE

A copy in pdf form is available from scribd

www.scribd.com...

I know BFFT will find it interesting that Lobsang Rampa is mentioned in this work




This material is available under GNU Copyleft



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 05:59 PM
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In the Stargate thread it was hinted at that the real reason we are at 'war' in Irag is to 'secure' any ancient tech hidden in the ruins. I can fill ten pages at least with evidence that this may be true. We certainly have an elite team working on antiquities in the area...

JIACG - Joint Interagency Coordination Group

This is the team...


Blowing the safe ripped the hinges from the doors. This is the operations room of the Joint Interagency Coordination Group, JIACG for short. This is part of a team of 80 now deployed across the region and drawn from agencies with expertise in counterterrorism, weapons of mass destruction and sanctions busting. 25 are drawn from the US Department of Defense, military intelligence and nuclear, biological and chemical weapons experts. But 55 out of the 80 are non-military, undercover customs investigators and the CIA. 'News Night' understands that British intelligence officers from MI6 are part of the team. We agreed to disguise the identity of some operatives while filming this report. The JIACG intelligence team has never been filmed before. US Central Command gave 'News Night' access partly to prove to the Iraqi people that the coalition is intent on finding evidence against the dictator and those countries which broke sanctions imposed after the last Gulf War. This man, known simply as 'Chief', is a senior member of the team.


This is the head of the team. There current mission is the recovery of looted treasures...



Photo: DoD photo by Helene C. Stikkel

Caption
"During a Pentagon briefing, Marine Col. Matthew Bogdanos said so far during a four-month investigation, about 3,400 artifacts have been recovered and returned to the Iraqi people, but many items remain missing. He leads a 13-member team formed by U.S. Central Command to recover items missing or stolen from Iraqi museums."


Looting of Iraqi Treasures
www.thelivingmoon.com...

The Storming of Ur.... The New 'Tourists'



Planting the Flag... nice archeology work





Tallil Airbase
Sector Operations Center
Intecept Operations Center



Nice move... missile sites, military air base, bombing areas just surrounding UR... great way to protect one of the oldest sites known to civilization

The Ziggurat at UR
www.thelivingmoon.com...

This one will bring tears to any decent Archaeologist

After Effects: Anarchy
Iraqi Looters Tearing Up Archaeological Sites
www.thelivingmoon.com...

Protecting the Museum in Baghdad



Desecrating History
www.thelivingmoon.com...


Nippur Guarding the 'Fort'



Nimruds Treasure

The team in the vault



Many artifacts melted into ingots of gold



Nimrud's crown survives



SOURCE:
www.baghdadmuseum.org...

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