posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 05:26 PM
Does anyone know who actually has possession of these “artifacts”?
Last year in this thread
it was shown that the Blossom River Group (whoever they are) was advertising some of them for sale on the internet with the prices in the
They offered scientific studies on the artifacts, but after it was shown that these studies were bogus (by email inquires) their website was taken
I think the artifacts are fake.
I see your point alright, but that Blossom group needs to be linked, as you say, and directly to, these artifacts and none other, they also could be
just another bunch of chancers who themselves saw this stuff online and decided to make a facsimile and pass it off. There is no way any official
source would make any of that stuff available for sale, although it would not be beyond belief that official sources would invent a story, for
financial gain through tourism, or any other 'isms' for that matter.
But just as a counter, and to show how convoluted things can get, Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe is the controversial, but current face of
Panspermia, in itself a 'controversial' subject.
However, we now know that NASA, ESA and the rest have all eyes on Ison, in an attempt to see if complex molecules..amino acids, or the building blocks
are available in comets, or even that the interactions with the Sun, or an Earth collision could form amino acids, aka altered chemistry, aka
edit on 23-11-2013 by smurfy because: Text.