reply to post by CaptainBeno
Right, so, other than this posting being totally refutable and utterly cliche in its delivery and presentation, the video does show some interesting
On the other side of that 'interesting', all the artifacts are presented totally out of context, and mixed together from several different cultures
over several different time periods across the planet.
A substantial portion of the bits shown was recognizably preColumbian, while other samples were African, North American, proto-European, and even
The collection presented such could be argued for a universal alien contact across the globe, throughout history for those that want the easiest, most
Nothing worth having, however, should ever be expected to come easy.
Much of what was portrayed, especially since it was portrayed out of context, with spooky guy pleasuring his sensitive parts with incense music to the
patter of bongo drums skewing the viewing and presentation of all the evidence, completely discounts all of this as 'evidence' of any sort.
This entire video was BS.
No personal offense intended. The video, however, is entirely worthless. The only people it's going to convince are the people that already
believe, and/or the weak minded/easily influenced that let Youtube and the internet tell them what to think and beleive where they change their stance
with every new thing that comes along.
Thank you for the post, but, this video is total bunk.