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I currently believe that the only purpose for the pyramids has been to build pyramids, and I think that the same can be said for all monument building cultures: the whole point of the monuments was to build monuments. We are still a monument building culture, only in a much stranger and now secularized way.
Have you ever read Listen, Little Man! by Wilhelm Reich?
For the record, the burden of proof lies with the person proposing the theory.
No that isnt true, the burden is for the peers to disprove during their reviews.
Anyone can devise a theory, its only those that stand up to peer scrutiny that become accepted.
With all due respect, this is not true. In a reasoned argument, the onus probandi (burden of proof) lies with the claimant. Shifting the burden of proof is a type of argumentum ad ignorantiam.
You can save the latin for someone that has a clue what it is you are talking about.
Speaking an old language in an effort to make yourself look intelligent is wasted on me.
This isnt a court case where the burden of proof is on the prosecution and the defendant is innocent until proven guilty. Im talking about peer reviewed science.
Einstein didnt have the proof when he devised the THEORY(unproven hypothesis) of relativity.
And neither did Darwin when he devised the Origin of Species and the theory of evolution.
Every theoretical thinker creates his theories based on the sum of his "learning" and sometimes through meditation. Theories come from hunches based on circumstantial evidence that suggests something may be true, its through testing of the theories that they become accepted or disproved. Thats peer reviewed science, I know it doesnt actually work like that, but thats how its supposed to work when powerful interests dont try to steer the results for political gain, or the "establishment" scientists financially and reputationally invested in what could be proven false. Flat earth anyone, being the center of the universe, the universe revolving around the earth, atoms being made of much smaller "stuff".
A theory doesnt have proof, thats what makes it a theory, it has circumstantial evidence, proof comes later, or not, whatever the case may be.
The GP could actually be as old as 20,000 yrs.
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Wow you have a vivid dream there. Write it up as a screenplay; the PTB would pay a lot for it if it was done well.
Ya think? WHY TPTB? dun dun dunnnn.
I'm not as think as you smart I am!
From 1940 to 1943 he attempted to ascertain whether external orgone radiation would inhibit the usual orgone metabolism causing - according to his theory - cancer. He found that when the degenerative process had not gone too far, it might be halted or even reversed. And in 1945 he announced what he called primary biogenesis - the creation of life without the use of any preexisting organic material. He did this by taking bionous earth, mixing it with water, and sterilizing the compound. It was then filtered, frozen into ice, and finally thawed. The water now contained substances resembling tiny yellow snowflakes, which would develop first into live cells and then into various types of protozoa.
He then developed an “orgone accumulator” - a specially designed, insulated cabinet that would trap orgone and transfer it to the body of a person seated within the cabinet. He produced a device known as a “cloudbuster”, which he claimed would encourage or discourage the formation of rain clouds. His formula of cosmic superimposition professed to explain the creation of stars and galaxies through the meeting of two or more orgone streams.
The GP could actually be as old as 20,000 yrs.
SC: The GP and Giza date to 16,940 BCE (almost 19,000 years old). The evidence that proves this is right there at Giza.
The GP and Giza date to 16,940 BCE (almost 19,000 years old). The evidence that proves this is right there at Giza.
John Romer, The History of Ancient Egypt
In distant prehistoric times, both the Nile's flow and intrusions into the [Mediterranean] sea into its delta had been so violent as to delete all record of earlier human activity [in the greater Delta/coastal regions]. In the seventh millenium BC [c. 6,000BC], for example, the Nile had flowed so fiercely through its delta that it had channeled into a single outflow into the Mediterranean, the so-called "Great River", which had run from due north from the ending of the valley's limestone cliffs ...
The ancient Nile was different from the modern river too, its flow much stronger than it would become in later phases of its history. In consequence, the beginning of the delta, where the fast, wide river broke into half a dozen different streams and spread out like a fan, was further south than it is at present, at a point where the valley cliffs nip close together near the pyramids of modern day Saqqara.
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I'm currently taking alpha brain and I enjoy exploring crazy mumbo jumbo far more than your average person. I love all fields of science and I am in fact amazed by the first images of the wave function of a hydrogen atom being imaged for the first time, its part of my member picture. I can talk all day about the time-space fabric unraveling from a fourth dimensional space, cold fusion possibilities, sharing the mind's, eye's images with people via DymethylTryptomine, comparing the marvel of the golden ratio in all its glory from tree branches, roots, veins, arteries, changing velocities of mass in space, the branching of species and consciousness over time.
All of everything is of interest to me, and I close no doors. Which brings me to my question I have been asking.... Why isn't the pyramid a ram pump?edit on 22-10-2013 by Rychwebo because: (no reason given)
It is a shame that the Ancient Library of Alexandria and the Serapeum were destroyed. Perhaps all the answers we seek about the pyramids were lost there and whatever was carved into the outer limestone casing.