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Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby AlwaysBeNice » Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:59 pm

Graham Hancock has gained quite some popularity through Joe Rogan, and now it's beginning to become more popular on reddit as well

This post is really well done
https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/com ... on_part_1/

www.reddit.com/r/alternativehistory
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Re: Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby Alexa » Wed May 17, 2017 4:25 pm

I agree, I've taken the time to read it and I believe it's true. I remember being in first grade and looking at a big map of the world when I got the "revolutionary" idea that somehow the continents had been ripped apart from each other. I didn't say anything in school, but instead I went home and told my mom about it in total secrecy. I was sure I was right, but was afraid of ridicule. She laughed and told me that I wasn't the first one to figure it out, so I was really disappointed that others got to it before me, but the problem still remains open for people much smarter than me: historians and archaeologists are still afraid to speak, I believe it to be this wretched fear of being laughed at and belittled by those who want to go by the book.

And when I say "by the book", I mean both the current academical history cannon and the bible. The academia is too stuck up and too self-conscious to admit they're way off the truth, while the bible people's opinions are making a huge comeback in the mainstream of today and try to stifle any different opinions by whacking people over the heads with their 6k years old creation fantasy.

Neolithic findings all over Eurasia show the different cultures are more alike than not, and there are still remnants within the living cultures that show it (one example is the Calusari dance from Romania and the Morris dances from England, that are anything but "from the Middle Ages", just as one can find all sorts of pagan rituals that are shared throughout the entire Europe in peoples with totally different national origins).

About the stone masonry, don't even get me started on that, it is so obvious the skills they had share the same root, yet scholars choose to beat around the truth and make up all sorts of fantastical explanations for how they build and when they build them, that it's pointless even to argue about it.

I remember watching a TV show about some engineers/builders/archaeologists that wanted to "prove" how the ancient Egyptians were able to make everything only by using copper tools. They set out to sculpt a big stone nose like the one the Sphinx must have had, from the same type of rock, and they gave themselves a timeline and started to chisel with copper tools just like the ones they found around the Giza plateau. They first said that it was perfectly doable. Then, after a while, they said that it kinda sucked, as they were going through the copper chisels as if they were made out of cheese, it was impossible to keep them sharp enough to work, and they said there must have been armies of copper smiths working around the clock and burning forests-worth of wood just to keep the chisels coming, then they said "fuck it, it's not working, we're gonna finish it with our modern, electrical, steel cutters". In the end, after the embarrassing disaster of their attempt, their idiotic conclusion was that they actually demonstrated that all of ancient Egypt's stone buildings were made the way scholars say they were, and in the short time the same guys say it took them to build (if i'm not mistaken, Kheops's pyramid was said to be made in about 30 years or so).

(I'm still waiting to see some smart-asses like those trying to erect even a single meter of Inca wall and say it's doable with what we know today.)

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Re: Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby Alice » Wed May 17, 2017 9:16 pm

Alexa wrote:

I remember watching a TV show about some engineers/builders/archaeologists that wanted to "prove" how the ancient Egyptians were able to make everything only by using copper tools. They set out to sculpt a big stone nose like the one the Sphinx must have had, from the same type of rock, and they gave themselves a timeline and started to chisel with copper tools just like the ones they found around the Giza plateau. They first said that it was perfectly doable. Then, after a while, they said that it kinda sucked, as they were going through the copper chisels as if they were made out of cheese, it was impossible to keep them sharp enough to work, and they said there must have been armies of copper smiths working around the clock and burning forests-worth of wood just to keep the chisels coming, then they said "fuck it, it's not working, we're gonna finish it with our modern, electrical, steel cutters". In the end, after the embarrassing disaster of their attempt, their idiotic conclusion was that they actually demonstrated that all of ancient Egypt's stone buildings were made the way scholars say they were, and in the short time the same guys say it took them to build (if i'm not mistaken, Kheops's pyramid was said to be made in about 30 years or so).

(I'm still waiting to see some smart-asses like those trying to erect even a single meter of Inca wall and say it's doable with what we know today.)


Great story, thanks :)

How do you think the pyramids were created? A couple of channeled sources (Ra, and Seth) say it was done through sound.
Seth:
http://www.mysticalblaze.com/PlacesPyramidsSeth.htm

Ra:
http://www.lawofone.info/results.php?c=Pyramids

Have you seen The Pyramid Code? Awesome documentary on Netflix streaming. Not a bit mainstream! :mrgreen: Graham Hancock is one of those interviewed.

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Re: Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby Alexa » Thu May 18, 2017 10:33 am

I haven't seen it, but I plan to see it now, especially after reading the imdb reviews, that thoroughly thrash it:)))))

I don't know how they were built, but I'm open to any explorations of the mind regarding the subject. The sound theory, the "plant juice", the aliens, the non-aliens, I am willing to hear them out and think about them. What I am not longer willing to do is listen to people saying they are made somehow in the existing paradigm of our current knowledge and understanding of the world. That they are tombs for three dead guys, made by workers with copper chisels.

YouTube gave me this today, a Joe Rogan show with people talking about Gobekli Tepe.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFlAFo78xoQ

The skeptical dude that keeps saying "they were all hunter-gatherers" and thinks that, civilization-wise, painted caves are more impressive than megalithic complexes, made me remember the "primitive commune" thesis that was shoved down everybody's throat in Communist Romania.

All history was made to be political and serve the golden dream of equality and socialism that we were all building together, so everything, from the Neanderthals to the 1848 European revolutions, was made to be about class-struggle and about egalitarian societies, regardless of anything else. It's still like this now: if something cannot be logically explained by what we know today (and what we think we know), then it's gonna be twisted and squeezed and molded until it seem to fit in that cozy, comfortable form we have decided it has to have, and anybody saying it was made otherwise is just a conspiracy theorist.

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Re: Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby Alice » Thu May 18, 2017 7:06 pm

Alexa wrote:I haven't seen it, but I plan to see it now, especially after reading the imdb reviews, that thoroughly thrash it:)))))

I don't know how they were built, but I'm open to any explorations of the mind regarding the subject. The sound theory, the "plant juice", the aliens, the non-aliens, I am willing to hear them out and think about them. What I am not longer willing to do is listen to people saying they are made somehow in the existing paradigm of our current knowledge and understanding of the world. That they are tombs for three dead guys, made by workers with copper chisels.

YouTube gave me this today, a Joe Rogan show with people talking about Gobekli Tepe.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFlAFo78xoQ


Hadn't heard of Gobeki Tepe, reading up now. Fascinating.
http://gobeklitepe.info/
Will check out video.

The skeptical dude that keeps saying "they were all hunter-gatherers" and thinks that, civilization-wise, painted caves are more impressive than megalithic complexes, made me remember the "primitive commune" thesis that was shoved down everybody's throat in Communist Romania.

All history was made to be political and serve the golden dream of equality and socialism that we were all building together, so everything, from the Neanderthals to the 1848 European revolutions, was made to be about class-struggle and about egalitarian societies, regardless of anything else. It's still like this now: if something cannot be logically explained by what we know today (and what we think we know), then it's gonna be twisted and squeezed and molded until it seem to fit in that cozy, comfortable form we have decided it has to have, and anybody saying it was made otherwise is just a conspiracy theorist.


And this is taken to the ultimate absurdity on the topic of crop circles. There are still those who insist they are all human-made--disregarding the fact that in genuine formations, the stems are not broken but bent. This can't be accomplished with a plank or garden roller.

They can't explain it so they do the logical thing and simply keep maintaining that they are hoaxes.

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Re: Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby harshvan123 » Fri May 19, 2017 9:49 am

Thanks for the information :)

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Re: Cool post on our true history, also this info is gaining popularity

Postby Alexa » Tue May 23, 2017 4:39 pm

Alice, of course they would say that about crop circles. They are so far removed from our current understanding of reality, that anything else except everything being a hoax is unfathomable for those people.

If you liked Gobekli Tepe, take a look at Derinkuyu as well, it would probably be up that same alley (or down, so to speak;). I hope to be able to visit there soon, as it haunts my dreams lately.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015 ... chaeology/


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