posted on Jun, 13 2013 @ 03:35 PM
This is something I discussed before in other threads and I was shunned, like always......
Then, after a couple of months or years, you guys find one piece of evidence and you guys get on board. This is about the 6th time. This is what
forced me to become an actual member and not remain a lurker.
For those who may not have been introduced to this particular evidence that remains under the rug, this opens up a myriad of other doors. Along with
the harpoons, stone tools, pottery and other good junk.
In my humble opinion, the most important part of this (old) discovery is it can solidify some of the myths and folklore that seems to not be confined
by time, or cycles, or dominion. If one carefully examines the culture that surrounds the sahara, one can find striking similarities. Just to make
it simple and plain, I would say civilizations/tribes like Kemet(Egypt) or the Dogon or the other civilizations that are recognized but are unnamed
(there are quite a few in that region)would equal 1/7 of what I believe to be a greater empire. The civilizations that surround the sahara all have
the same practices, and they all have an obsession with Sirius. Each particular Civ is one aspect of what once was an even greater empire. The funny
part, for example if a civilization walked away with the medicinal doctrines, and their main practice was medicine, they still possessed adequate
knowledge of the stars, time, masonry and universal law (all of the same fashion).
I think people become confused because they expect everything to be so consistent. Even when they are, like the architecture or ancient culture from
ethiopia to indonesia we conveniently take the other route. I am saying this to say, I believe this empire was much like the USA is today.
California looks completely different than Alabama they have their own laws, but they are under a central government. You can also see our influence
in the rest of the "Americas". This is how I believe this empire was.
This is just my take on things. We are on the right track, but our inability to "figure it out" with simple math (1+1=2)is our downfall. We are
waiting patiently to announce new discoveries or interpretations of data. We know what were looking at, we have evidence, but we still don't get
it?? Its like 1+1+_=3, but we are still waiting for them to announce that the missing link is 1. This is 1 of the things that gets under my skin.
The other is our arrogance. We find stone tools and automatically assume that they were underneath or not as evolved or less intelligent some kind of
way. Just think about our tools. The most important ones are made of many different elements, many that would not even stand a chance against a
70,000 year old test. To me its seems so practical and it reflects a more profound intelligence. Yeah, we may have power drills, but apparently they
were achieving the same goals without them ( the circular, ultra precise holes, I hope you know what im talking about). So I don't know. They had
less and accomplished more by 10 fold( in most areas) and we have "more junk" and less accomplishments. Look at what it took for us to operate on
the brain or the heart or look at the rate of successful cesarean operations in the ancient world versus the 'new world'.
I can't way for the day to have a real open discussion with hanslune and slayer. Not a debate. I believe we all have 3 different pieces to the same
puzzle. I will leave with an excerpt from a poem.
No ideas original/ theres nothing new under the sun/ its never what you do/ but how its done.