reply to post by Bleeeeep
use of the term one tribes is code for 1 race of course (trying to keep the conversation politically correct.)
I hate being "Politically
Correct". It stifles imagination, creation, and above all else, free thinkers. Political correctness is nothing more than saying "Keep your thoughts
within the box" that institutions designate as "Correct". Institutions are the fence of our minds, in our Sheeple World.
One thing I must constantly keep in mind is that our collective history, only happened once, one way. That isn't to say certain events in ancient
times didn't happen more than once, but rather each event, only happened once. in my view it is quite possible that there were more than one great
global flood. Each event doing certain and limited things. I suspect their may have been as many as a dozen flood events. The latest being the one
that is documented in Gilgamesh's (Bible ) story. Each one carving its own "Canyons", "Straights" or "Rivers". Each one separated by thousands, if
not millions of years.
And again the problem with this train of thought is, where did all this water come from? The "Institutions" would have you believe they would be
natural cycles of freezing and thawing, Ice Ages melt events. Well I suppose to a certain extent this is possible given the Sun does have hot and
cold cycles. But no matter how you add it up, if that were the case, how come it is not reflected in ancient underwater ruins coming in cycle too?.
If the water gathers up on the poles during cold cycles, would that not remove enough water to "Naturally" uncover what was created during a Hot
My adapted theory is that, there is too much water here on Earth. It did not start off with this much water. We are only allowed to consider, by the
institutions, that it has always been here. But what if? We know Meteors and dust fall on earth every day, its a fact. Why not consider the same
when it comes to water? Why not allow for the possibility?
Water tends to go to the lowest level it can. If there were ancient cave systems that had filled with water over time, and additional water was added
to the surface, enough weight to collapse the ceilings of these caverns, then the ensuing collapse could cause water to appear to be bursting upwards
to the surface, in some cases looking like volcanoes. Local events, not global. Besides, someone who might have seen this, and live, could not
witness it to be a global event, unless they were everywhere around the globe.
edit on 6-4-2013 by All Seeing Eye because: Edit to add