posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 08:26 AM
Absolutely fantastic, thank you!
Several points...and I swear I'll tie them all together at the end:
The myths and artifacts of China are curious to me as it is probably the only major human population on earth that was not repressed or historically
decimated by the Catholic Church. Although the Chinese have had similar events of thier own, much of thier history is still accessable.
Makes you wonder what has been lost in the west when the head of the Smithsonian (described as requiring at least a full lifetime to view the entire
140+ million artifacts) states that an entire research team would need 300 or more years to catalogue the Vatican vaults.
The discovery of radioactive sites in India is fascinating because not only are they STILL 50x above normal backround levels, but as you mentioned,
they are exactly where ancient texts predicted them. The distruction of these areas has been linked to the biblical storys of Sodom & Gamorah as the
bible's desription of thier location approximately matches where they were found.
It's also interesting to note that the texts, when originally translated in the 1800's were considered (as many have commented here) as fantasy or
legend. It was only after the nuclear attacks of WW2 that researchers realised that the events described exactly matched the conditions/events in
Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These descriptions included fallout, radiation sickness, using water (streams & lakes) for protection...the list goes on and
Interesting that primative peoples writting down thier daydreams were able to specifically detail nuclear scenarios 4000ish years before the first
bomb was ever dropped.
More disturbing though is a story I have been following since the start of the second Gulf war:
Anyone who watched the news shortly after the fall of Bagdad may remember a story about the university vaults being robbed. At the time it was very
curious (and was noted) that one particular vault that had been looted was so deep in the facility that casual robbers would not have found it.
Also noted was the fact that the records for this vaults contents were destroyed, something looters would not do.
Earlier this year I read about how the US army is encouraging soldiers to look for artifacts on thier off time. Interestingly cards have been printed
denoting the types of artifacts to be on the look out for. Later in this year I came across a quiet story about how Iraqi researchers where upset
about how the worlds largest collection of Sumerian cylinder scrolls had been stolen from the university and worst of all, the records on the scrolls
had been destroyed.
I mention this for several reasons (and none involve usurping your thread for ANOTHER Annunaki post). Here's my tie in...
Many posters in this thread and others try to debunk and discredit this type of info. They never seem to want to address key points (some that you
Why do primitive peoples from all over the world in ancient times have the same stories? Yes there were arrows in ancient times, some make noise, yes
mighty horses flying to the heavens appear like fantasy. Imagine however if you where to visit the pygmy tribes in New Guinea; Repelling into the
canopy from a Blackhawk with your Sat phone, laptop, a Bic lighter and a handgun. Assuming that you found a tribe that hadn't been corrupted, how do
you think they would refer to you? Your magic bow cracking like thunder, the ability to talk to the spirits for guidence, the scroll of light used to
teach and the fire springing from your hand to cook the nights meal...
Common as well is the mentioned de-evolution of man, how we were able to do great things in the past and then lost the knowledge. Consider what
happens when you leave school and move on into the grown up world: Without your teachers continually reinforcing your knowledge and thier lessons
things start to fade. How many can still do Trig after years in the work force? (cont...)