posted on May, 21 2012 @ 10:46 PM
Originally posted by AlchemicalMonocular
Originally posted by yampa
As an expert archiver of information, what do you think of the thing I posted up there about the Speed of Light ^? As far as I can see, it's only
ever been mentioned in a couple of threads here, and those are from the last 12 months or so. So that's a pretty new bit of info? That's an on
topic post too? Why the lack of interest?
speed of light = 299792458 metres per second.
Latitude on a part of the Great Pyramid @ Cairo: 29.9792458°N
Google "speed of light" great pyramid
I've seen this several times over a decade, it's a nice touch but the entire Giza Pyramid, special engineering, astrological, astronomical,
geological thing has been beat to death. As fun and striking as the subject is, we are at a point where there is little left but to rechew the same
What people are trying to say in these videos is that they don't accept the conventional explanation of these things. My personal point of view is
modern history is not acknowledging the very strong possibility that there were civilisations that were pretty advanced on earth a long time (probably
thousands of years, perhaps tens) before the current taught history puts early civilizations of man.
So, for instance, all that might mean is that there were more advanced tools and knowledge available to the builders than the most basic inventory
allowed by current teaching. Imagine that, lied to again.
Hey, far be it from me to close any rabbit hole, I'm just telling you from experience that there is no end to this one. Enjoy the journey, that's
what life is about after all.
I think that what is "old news" is fairly subjective and based on the individual since you do indeed have to dig until you reach a certain point
where the same things are brought up.
I agree with your stance that history has messed with, and that the majority of impressions based on text-book recounts and a professors opinion have
tainted the water.
I notice that people are reluctant, perhaps out of ego, but nonetheless, reluctant to tackle the larger implications of many of these things, and are
too quick to simply jump on the bandwagon that explains things in a more simple form, one that feels they should be able to grasp. I'm inclined,
based on reasoning to take the stance that the possibility of advanced and knowledgable civilizations of the past could be a reality, and the marks
left behind are all that stood the test of time, whilst every single other thing was destroyed.
We will however perhaps never know indeed, but things like the existence of the Great Pyramid which can be a stagnant and static thought, recurring
but outside the barrier of what's important, will always exist, and will always cause people to question everything they know, so long as facts seem
so twisted, spread out and ultimately avoided in the end. I guess what I'm trying to say is, who decides that facts are relevant and important, and
what should be important to the human race? It's always good to be aware of what is there.
I'm using the word fact loosely in a way, though what I've seen with my own eyes and what calculations I've made to confirm these things, have
turned out freakishly accurate.