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Originally posted by Movhisattva
reply to post by NoJoker13
Eh, I believe the article states it wasn't dated by radio carbondating:
calculation was presented by a master archaeoastronomer who wishes to remain anonymous for fear of ridicule by the academic fraternity. His calculation was also based on the rise of Orion and suggested an age of at least 75,000 years. The most recent and most acurate calculation, done in June 2009, suggests an age of at least 160,000 years, based on the rise of Orion -- flat on the horizon -- but also on the erosion of dolerite stones found at the site.
Originally posted by mahtoosacks
Originally posted by osiris9510
reply to post by mahtoosacks
Yes yes there are changes in the night sky every night since the earth is rotating. What I'm referring to is the 26,000 year "great" rotation of the constellations.
i just added to what you were saying.
not trying to discredit you
BUT the rotation makes the days, and the wobble of the precession is the "great rotation"
Originally posted by FoxStriker
Does anyone recall that this was the City on Enki? son of Anu, brother of Enlil.
This was his city in which he mined gold and sent it toward Sumer for processing and Transfer to Nibiru. *It was later referred to as Hades in Greek Mythology. This information was found in the ancient clay tablets of Sumer and in Akkadian and Babalonian text, if my memory serves me still.
Zacharia Stichin's 12th Planet Series.
Two Sumarian's, Enlil and Enki were sent to Earth to oversee the mission of mining gold. Enlil and Enki were the son's of Anu, translated "supreme Lord of the Sky".
The mining was relocated from Mesopotamia to South Africa (Ab-zu). After some time the Anunnaki appointed to work the mines mutanied. It was at this time that Enki had the idea of creating a primitave worker. “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.” Enki was then granted permission to create a slave race for the Anunnaki.
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160,000-year-old Fossilized Skulls From Ethiopia Are Oldest Modern Humans
ScienceDaily (June 12, 2003) — Berkeley -- The fossilized skulls of two adults and one child discovered in the Afar region of eastern Ethiopia have been dated at 160,000 years, making them the oldest known fossils of modern humans, or Homo sapiens.
Originally posted by Skallagrimsson
I have got info about this on a regular basis from Michael Tellingers newsletter...
Very interesting stuff...
Micheal Tellinger's official website has lots of info
Michael Tellinger graduated from Wits University in 1983 with a B.Pharm degree. While studying he spent most of his time moving within the entertainment circles performing on stage and screen. He started his career in Nick Taylor’s musical “Christian” at His Majesty’s theatre in 1980...
...In 1985 the duo recorded an album in Nashville, under the guidance of Terry Dempsey. During a year in Los Angeles he attracted the attention of various agents but because of the cultural boycott against white South African musicians, the duo was bluntly rejected...
...Michael continued his career as an actor and musician, appearing as one of the leads in South Africa’s first soapie called “Orpen House”...
Began a career in advertising as a writer and received a Clio award in New York in 1989 ...
...In 1997 Michael returned to music and launched Nebula BOS Records...
...In 2000 he was given his own weekly radio show on Cape Talk radio that dealt with science, innovation, technology and success stories...
...has written a number of screenplays but “Slave Species of god” is his first published non-fiction book...
Originally posted by Blaine91555
Sorry but when I see such transparently phony science get this kind of attention and flagging it makes me wonder just how naive people really are.
While excavating a cave near the southernmost tip of South Africa, U.S. and South African paleontologists discovered two pieces of ochre rock decorated with geometric patterns. The site, called Blombos Cave, is near the southern Cape shore of the Indian Ocean, nearly 200 miles of Cape Town, South Africa. Sophisticated dating techniques led the researchers to conclude that the artifacts date back more than 70,000 years. That is more than 35,000 years older than any other 'stone age' art.
A handful of the world's great cities trace their heritage to early human settlements thousands of years back. Johannesburg's earliest residents were in the neighbourhood 3-million years ago.
Forty kilometres west of the city, among nondescript koppies, scattered shrubs and trees, is a 47 000-hectare valley known as the Cradle of Humankind.
The earliest representatives of South Africa's diversity - at least the earliest we can name - were the San and Khoekhoe peoples (otherwise known individually as the Bushmen and Hottentots or Khoikhoi; collectively called the Khoisan). Both were resident in the southern tip of the continent for thousands of years before its written history began with the arrival of European seafarers.
And before that, modern human beings had lived here for more than 100 000 years
For thousands of years the lifestyle of the San hunter-gatherers remained undisturbed. However, about 2000 years ago there began a gradual but far-reaching revolution in the economic and social systems of some of the groups in the northern part of what is now known as Botswana, namely the acquisition of and rearing of livestock
Originally posted by AlexDJ
The problem with carbon dating it's what people have been saying, it cant date Rocks, so any structure cant be dated (pyramids , etc) they can only date what its around the structures (people left lot of stuff, death animals, ceramic, fires, and so on) and that can be dated the problem is that maybe the structure is thousands of years old and the people got there after it was already build and make cities around the structures, so you date what people where doing around the structures but maybe the structure itself its much older.
Originally posted by NoJoker13
reply to post by yadda333
I suppose they didn't burn anything then???? Right...