I'd like to make some comments on this idea.
First off, how many among you here actually think wtc7 fell without help? (this is relevant). Me I'm quite convinced it was blown up, and quite
convinced this is PLAINLY OBVIOUS and yet it is completely ignored by the media. How is this relevant?
well I want to give you some possible reasons why your arguments of "where are the artifacts" do not stand up as disproof of ancient civilizations,
and part of it is based on a deliberate covering up of that (possible) fact
I make the assumption that a past civilization likely followed our current one in that most large cities where near the sea. Next I point out that
according to thissea level
link, sea level has risen over a hundred meters
since ~1200 bc, parts like melt water pulse 1A occurring VERY quickly (flood legend anyone?)
so most large ancient cities are likely underwater (if they exist). (look up Bimini and Japanese underwater stone "structures" for possible examples
next two assumptions made by most skeptics in this thread seems to be
1) this past civilisation was the same as ours in terms of development and
2) the tech was spread amongst all people as in ours (im not saying our society is equal, but I'm an average bum typing on a piece of tech which
would have been impossible for anyone to make (as far as I know) 30 years ago...)
Planes and nuclear bombs where available in the late forties. Given the right societal control, power and motivation, they could have been a reality
decades earlier, and given the right stratification of society, most of society could have been living at a poor persons 1800's or earlier level
while the elites developed crude nuclear weapons ESPECIALLY if they had even more ancient documents telling them it was possible, and perhaps
providing a few pointers
some interesting points: Why did they have to invent plastic to invent planes and nuclear bombs? planes can be made of wood if need be, certainly from
other materials (and were invented long before plastic, as was the idea for nuclear energy) Plastic is so useful to us mainly because we are an oil
based society. Given how much oil was in the ground a century or two ago, I would doubt that any previous society had used it extensively... (and this
is interesting too: part of why we our society has developed so fast and expanded so quickly is due to energy( oil/coal). without those, perhaps
ordinary people would still be driving horse carts while the elites play with expensive solar cells and hydroelectricity...
number 2 is the point that relates to 9/11. I'm becoming more and more sure the more research I do that the Illuminati, or an equivalent other
group(s) exist, and that "they" have much control over worldwide media and even scientific research. If this group can make a NY skyscraper
disappear from the news on a day when the whole world is watching that exact city block, then how hard is it to silence discoverers of interesting
(non standard history conforming) artifacts? I have seen it quite often with myself, where I read up on a controversial issue, and for quite a while
I'll be convinced I've seen both sides of the issue and am either undecided or think its baloney, then one day I will read the ACTUAL issue/details
and realise just how much of what I've read has been a smokescreen and deliberate misinformation. Now I agree with some skeptics in that not everyone
can be deliberate disinformation artists, so much of this misinformation, while deliberate, is not deliberate on the part of the authors, but they
have been deliberately manipulated by someone into thinking they are telling the truth.
ok enough randomblabbing on. summary next post