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Thankfully, this obvious truth coincides with Stephen Hawking's latest advice on how you might be able to achieve such a trip. As part of his documentary series on the Discovery Channel, Hawking has already warned us about aliens not being all that pleasant and promised that time travel will, one day, be as feasible as getting a Prius to go 60 mph uphill.
After 5,000 years Australia’s Amazing Hieroglyphs still struggle for recognition ! Because this site is NON-ABORIGINAL - the Aussie Government still fails to protect it. Leading Australian researcher Paul White brings us this astounding story and translations of the Egyptian hieroglyphs found in New South Wales….
and prayed to AMEN, the Hidden One
The word Amen is one of a small number of Hebrew words which have been imported unchanged into the liturgy of the Church, propter sanctiorem as St. Augustine expresses it, in virtue of an exceptionally sacred example. "
Australia appears under the name of "Antoecie" on the famous spherical world map of Crates of Mallos, even appearing on the Greek map of Eratosthenese in 239 BC… It seems fairly certain that the maritime civilisations of antiquity were quite capable of extensive ocean voyages. Particularly the early Egyptians, as evidenced by Giza’s remarkable "Tomb of the Boat". In the 1950’s, a streamlined 4,500 year old hundred foot, ocean going vessel was excavated from right next to the Great Pyramid. In 1991 an entire fleet of even older boats was found buried in the desert at Abydos in Upper Egypt. According to Cairo Times, in 1982, archaeologists working at Fayum, near the Siwa Oasis uncovered fossils of kangaroos and other Australian marsupials. And there’s also the strange set of golden boomerangs discovered by Prof. Carter in the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. ……
Originally posted by Kandinsky
A quick dash through his list shows some of the same old BS claims that litter the Hindu, Creationist, anti-intellectual and Christian fundie websites. What gets me is how quick people are to accept this type of site and list. Not one photo of the ancient cups, shoes, sandals, bones, spheres, screws etc etc? This dude has travelled the world '50 times' and forgotten his camera? He should have saved his cash and taken his list of Creationist advocacy websites like s8int.com and biblebelievers.org or maybe he did because there's no difference from what I can tell.
Apart from the cases that have been flogged to death on ATS, a quick google of some of the wilder claims in the list loop back to all the same wacky websites with religious and anti-intellectual agendas.