posted on Jul, 24 2013 @ 05:54 PM
Hello, fellow theorists.
I was recently referred to this forum by one of my buddies from several other "conspiracy" related forums that I frequently post on. Rather than
talk about myself I figured I'd begin with some musings I've been having and show you what I've got.
I've been comparing the materials found at Roswell to various pieces of lore, mythology, and history from the ages and have come up with some
interesting parallels. This all ties into the "parallel" or "multiple" reality quantum logic that has recently been spawned out of the
Higgs-Boson/Indeterminecy law merger.
Several types of debris were found at the initial crash site which was located at the Ungar Ranch in Chaves County. Each type has interesting links
to certain key pieces of a timeless Egyptian mythology tale (the mother of all stories, in a sense) that has been retold over the ages.
1. Memory metal - Intelligence Officer Jesse Marcel (and others) claimed that most of the debris which was recovered was a mylar-like material with an
aluminum-like finish. This material was almost weightless, indestructible and was surprisingly able to return to its original shape after being
crumbled up. The officers who retrieved the debris were completely unable to break or alter it from its original form. This is remarkable and bears
a metaphorical similarity to a "thought form" which is malleable but can return to its original identity. The Egyptian Thoth (the self-created) was
said to have been the only being to have gazed into and become the void without losing his mind. Perhaps he himself was able to become anyone
(teleporting to and fro) and then return to his original self.
2. Indestructible balsa wood - Major Marcel also described a sort of lightweight balsa wood I-beam with heiroglyph-like markings. This was said to be
unbreakable and unburnable. The officers even fired a few rounds into it but were unable to affect it in any way. This may be a reference to the
"Tree of Life," which the man/god Thoth was said to have given to his "Angels of the Seven Stations" before he went to fight off the void or
3. Parchment pressed with purple flowers - Most interestingly, the officers recovered what appeared to be a sort of "wallpaper" or thin, clear
parchment which contained purple flowers inlaid and pressed. These flowers may have been a representation of Thoth's wife. Nephthys (as she was
called) was said to be the sister of Isis and was the only member of the Egyptian pantheon to have continuous faith in her husband even AFTER he left
to battle the void. Her color was purple and she is often represented by purple flowers. Thoth was said to have hidden her on a planet where "the
skies were the oceans." This reference sounds a bit like the planet earth.
Glad to be here.
- Kai D Kravit