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The Lascaux Caves (or Lascaux Grottoes) in southwest France contain some of the oldest and finest prehistoric art in the world. The cave paintings, which mainly depict animals, are some 17,000 years old and seem to have a ritual purpose. For preservation reasons, the public may only visit a well-executed replica called Lascaux II.
Originally posted by seraphnb
reply to post by evantide
You mean the cave of the Dogons? It predicted all sorts of stuff about Sirius B. Covered in the first part of this video (hope it embeds):
As for the topic at hand . . .
S+F for the awesome video! I really wish I could get into the Vatican library, myself.
Just my two cents,
Originally posted by theruthlessone
I have worked in menwith hill about a year ago the security is immense no phones no cameras they had people sat watching us constantly i seen people in us marine, navy , cia and nasa uniforms there
we built like a 20 meter high shaft that had only one high door at the bottom and no windows or steps or anything we joked it was for the giants
Originally posted by ypperst
reply to post by seraphnb
Thanks for that fun and interesting video!
I just wish there were some links to back up the claims, but its still very interesting.
And for the Vatican documents, that would be the most epic of all time yes.
I wonder if the pope himself have read any of the documents he got.