Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by Rocketman7
I'm all about what Billy James said. You've pretty much saved the thread ,so no more off topics for me.
I wrote a thread a while back " Gods of Academia " didn't go down any particular path but definetely addressed the lies and possible cover ups not
just in ancient history but science and archeology as well. I think there is a whole lot more of this occurring than anyone imagines. For instance, if
it were found out some how that giants did exist at one time ? And I mean giants like 20 footers. The Bible would instantly become far less a
to a great many people who believe that's all it is. as I believe they've gone to school and paid to be told a bunch of falsified crap. I believe
they're the ones who have been lied too. They believe what has been controlled and approved for them to believe.
The truth peeks out from behind the veil of lies very often.
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I will show you a text from the time of the conquistadors, and you have to take it in context.
At that time they were very religious Catholic. So the text is
Sodomite Flesh Eating Giants from Peru
And I showed one of the water cisterns he refers to in a previous post. Previous page.
There is a lot more to history, than people want to admit. Lots of out of place artifacts.
But again regarding the trade route between South America and Egypt, they did find tobacco and coc aine in mumies. In their bones and hair.
You can always dispute any evidence, merely by debunking it.
I think people should look at history as that it may have happened, and not fight over it.
The reason that scientists lie about the Out of Africa hypothesis, is because some believed that if they didn't we would never get over racial
discrimination, so therefore we are all black.
We all came from Africa, and we all have a common ancestor Eve.
Well children need fairy tales, but science should not be in the business of writing fairy tales and passing it off as truth. The end doesn't justify
You see now that the Internet is global, and access to information is right there at people's fingertips, the old guard, who maybe used to decide what
people knew, and what they should believe, they can't enforce that any more.
In South America, the conquistadors tortured people until they agreed with them. Thats one way I suppose.
Internet censorship is something people are always trying to accomplish, but the more they do, the more they incite people to fight for free speech,
and it ends up rebounding on them usually.
Imagine the information that gets hidden, and passes into the hands of collectors. Imagine what sort of amazing information lies buried under the sand
off Cuba, in that sunken city, yet no one will investigate it further.
I watched Harvard tear down Tiahuancu, one of the oldest city sites on earth, and rebuild it as a relativity recent Inca ruin. I found that really
It had pillars with limestone crusting on it from when Lake Titicaca had once submerged it. It is now some 20 miles from Titicaca.
And this...stonework at Coricancha
Does it make me a racist if I say that I have never known any race of indigenous native Indians to be so industrious as to do stonework like that with
The Spanish stonework is on the right with mortar. The waterproof joints of the old ruins, are a testament to early civilization that was not made by
Inca people. They even said they didn't make the stuff they inhabited.
The story changed as people tried to hide the past.
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