I've seen enough of Nassim and his presentations to agree with the general opinion that the man's just a fraud. The Blossom Goodchild of physics if
you will. Go listen to his Nibiru... stuff... it's quite entertaining.
Even if it is true, if the powers that were don't want it to be known this thread will end up in the hoax section. Or there will be a constant stream
of debunkers throwing around personal insults without offering any facts of their own.
I've seen it happen too many times.
edit on 9-11-2011 by Namaste1001 because: (no reason given)
I have never seen these stones before either. Because they are stones it is close to impossible to say these are real artifacts. I bet there are
people trying to make money or seeking attention with fake 'spectacular evidence'. My gut feeling says these stones are fake because an ET would not
carve this information so sloppy on a stone. That leaves an artistic native carving them so sloppy on a stone....and he must have got the information
about what is depicted from an ET.
An ancient craftsman with such a incredible message or information would use a more sofisticated canvas than such a ordinairy stone...and why would ET
tell him the specifics of an other solar system anyways..and what are those UFO's doing there anyways...to point out we are dealing with ET? No, these
stones are just all too vague and thick.
edit on 9/11/2011 by zatara because: (no reason given)
Those people totally destroyed Nassim's presentation. WTF was that?? How come people attend a presentation spoken in English, without knowing the
language??? And how come the organizers of the event allowed that bunch of different people making such lame translations??? Too bad that such great
theme was totally messed up. Very embarrassing and Nassim Haramein got lost in that mess.
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