All of these calculations were done by hand, based on observations made without telescope, sextant, protractor, compass, or any other known
First of all, how do they know what they did or did not use? Were they there, observing? I don't think so.
It's stupid to say that it was made without a telescope, if you can't be 100% sure of what technology they had or didn't have. And how or why would
these modern morons have any true knowledge about the ancient Mayan tech?
These guys seem stupidly convinced of their 'modern dogma'-based theories, because they keep insisting that the Mayans absolutely didn't have a
telescope (or few). As if it was 100% undisputable fact (which it obviously can't be, unless they have a time machine and have visited that era).
It's stupid to be convinced of something that basically must remain uncertain (for the convinced).
Uniquely, there is some evidence to suggest the Maya appear to the only pre-telescopic civilization
And here we go again. Sigh. The shallowness, materialistic minds and sheer inability to grasp that there was something way more advanced on this
planet before these modern half-animals, astounds me.
This is a significant clue to support the idea that the Maya detected a diffuse area of the sky contrary to the pin points of stars before the
telescope was invented
Before the telescope was RE-invented.
Anyone who knows anything about Atlantis tech, can already point out that there was space travel, E.T. visitors, mental and spiritual powers beyond
most modern Earth-people's imagination, flying vehicles and all kinds of higher systems way before the telescope was reinvented. Surely they had
superior telescopes as well, or at least it shouldn't be that difficult to accept them having them.
And yet these bozos keep insisting, as someone who knows for sure - although they most likely don't, and aren't very likely to truly know what was
going on there and what technology existed and when.
According to my knowledge, there has been at least two eras of real civilizations before this chaotic barbaric madness of a 'society' or whatever it
should be called. I am not sure the word 'civilization' applies to anything that happened after 3000 BC on this planet (except the short visits of
some cosmic messengers - they were quite civilized).
If what I know is true, there was a huge war about 30 000 years ago that devastated one civilization pretty thoroughly. Indian Veda-books talk about
this war as well, but that's not my source.
Atlantis+Lemuria-era followed, and that might include the Mayan and Egyptian Golden Eras - at least the latter is very likely. From the bits and
pieces I have collected, it seems that the Ark of the Covenant did exist, but was destroyed because the 'Ancients' (the closer-to-divine priests and
other higher beings) saw what was coming, and didn't want to leave such a tremendous power in the hands of ape-like half-animals, who are more
interested in selfish lust and greed, getting drunk and having orgies than spiritual cultivation and harmonious development of humanity.
As long as the 'Ancients' were around, amazing technology was a given norm. They had 'crystal power' in the Atlantis and early Egyptian era, and
very cultivated and sophisticated spiritual techniques, for initiations and other purifications and 'elevations' from the animal-like consciousness
towards the more divine kind. In my opinion, the pictured humans with animal heads, the height differences (giants), etc. are actually just honest
depictions of reality. There really were people who looked like that, it's not just symbolic!
We must remember that when all this 'amazing' stuff was happening, the Earth wasn't as "materialistic" as it is now. I mean, the vibration
frequency was higher, and Earth was more 'loose' in structure. It wasn't as dense and heavy as it is now. As a result, it was closer to the etheric
plane, which made all kinds of 'miraculous' things more probably and possible.
I don't think we could have flying dragons in the modern world, because of this density (among other things), but back then, it was very much
This explains why many of the legends and tales seem so 'fantastic' and 'nonsensical' to the modern mind. But also the closing of the spiritual
abilities that started at the same time as the modern people started developing intellectual abilities helps this attitude a great deal.
I mean, no one who has experienced something can really ever deny the thing they experienced.
Anyway, my point is - way before this chaotic mess that people call 'civilization' for a reason that I can't understand, there were DEFINITELY
telescopes in existence, among other, much more wonderous things. It can't be proven one way or another, but there is no reason to blindly believe
one way or the other either - not even the 'no ancient race could have been as cool as us!'-mantra.
Skeptics rarely deny THAT