Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by seattletruth
I don't see Huchison as a valid source from which to build a theory on. You need to ignore a whole lot of contradicting info to allow for it.
He's using apparatus that's available in any high school. He isn't dismissed through bloody-mindedness, he's dismissed because his claims are
testable. His videos are available world-wide and so is the apparatus...
The alien thing? I'm not 'stuck in a paradigm' to the extent whereby I have no imagination. Steel isn't reliant on heavy
industrialization....it's a stage of practical advancement. From at least 1500BC it was in use across China, N Africa and the Mediterranean basin.
It's a relatively simple process. Is it conceivable that our alien travelers didn't know about steel and instead needed to rely on the cutting edge
tech of the Egyptians? No engineers back on Planet Zeta?
The added speculation you've needed to generate to support the OP shows how unlikely it all is. Spaceships of outcasts? 'Copper and electronics?'
Electronics use alloys and solder.
Levitation and a complicated background story to explain the lack of evidence for the OP. Or...the GP was built the same way all the others were and
for the same reason?
It'd be cool if some maverick aliens had visited us and even cooler if we could levitate great blocks. Some people believe the great sarcen stones of
Stonehenge were levitated the 200 miles from Wales. It might be more fun if these ideas were true
Here's a fact hopefully we can all agree on, because honestly if you don't, you are all lying to yourselves. The fact is this...
Any event, undertaking, occasion or moment for which, a living witness is not available to attest to or which can not be independently verified under
testing in regards, as to the authenticity of the claim presented in ANY CASE examined, is purely hear say and not admissible as "FACT".
I don't know at what point "I think" becomes "I know" with the "educated" mind whilst disregarding lack of concrete evidence, but it seams to
be becoming a very popular stance as of late.
This means that the ops theory, which they have stated is a theory in regards to the "great pyramids" purpose and function is no more valid nor
incorrect then postulating the pyramids to be tombs.
Historians would have you believe these structures were built as memorials to the dead. They would have you believe that "people" were so dogmatic,
steeped in absurd customs, and primitive that they would suspend or be enslaved through generations of work to erect these structures just to pay
homage to one man and his wife with no other purpose in mind. They would have you believe that not only the pyramids in Egypt were for this purpose,
but all of the pyramids found around the world were for burial or worship and that all of that labor was for the pride of a King.
If the people were so primitive, then they would not of built these structures. If indeed these folks were primitive, then surely we have a model of
these people in 3rd world countries or the not so distant past (African Tribes, Aboriginals, American Indians, etc), if indeed they were not as
primitive as historians would like to fancy them, then move up a notch. Surely we can find a model of these people in 2nd world countries (South
America, Vietnam, Mexico etc.).
So far it is not logical to say that one of these societies would of been nor are capable of performing these tasks because our current model's do
not show that possible.
These people obviously were aware of building techniques that we have not recalled, they were aware of the stars, practiced medicine and were at the
crossroads of civilization literally. Egypt meaning Metropolis was the center of the world.
I find it amazing that there are still places on the earth that are remote enough that natives have never seen technology let alone a different race.
Do the educated here think that these people are living in 2010 as you know it to be? The same goes for the people at the time of the pyramids. Just
because some were stuck in the stone age, doesn't mean that the whole planet was.
Op, I really enjoyed your post and I support you in believing what ever you would like to believe they were for. I personally find it absurd to become
absolute in ones findings with nothing more then a guess, let alone educated guesses. I would rather take a little kid to the pyramids and have them
tell me what they were for.
All one ever needs to do to figure something out is ask themselves "why would I do that?" If you can't question yourself, what can you honestly
answer? And if you can't answer yourself, what truth can you honestly provide to anyone other then page number and reference?
In this case it is totally appropriate to say. "Think outside of the box", pyramid or otherwise.