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15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Kat, Yes I do! Jeff
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Robert, I found these two paragraphs on the website of The Masonic Service Association of North America: >>>>>> What is a Masonic Bible? Many times MSA is asked this question. Is a Masonic Bible different from other Bibles? The answer is no. There really is no such thing as a "Masonic" Bible, other than its additional use as a presentation Bible. The traditional
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé All, From Talisman Appendix: The Day that Shook the World: >> George W. Bush to take oath on 234-year-old Masonic Bible: New York City News A Bible that George Washington used to take the oath of office as the nation's first president will be used by George W. Bush. Three officials of the Manhattan-based St John's Lodge of the Free and Accepted Masons will board an Amtrak liner for Wa
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Kees wrote: > ... > Shows that even mod's are human don't you agree? > ... How on earth could I not agree? There must be several occasions when it's hard to decide on which forum a topic should be. That is inherent to the wide variety of topics that so many forums attract. To much to deal with for me (and imho a lot that is to far away from GH's work). I rarely visit other forums b
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Kees, In no way was I trying to belittle anybody. It's just that I have some trouble understanding what can and cannot be said on these forums lately, so I wanted to take precautions. The Mysteries is intended for serious discussion of the controversies, approaches and enigmas surrounding the origins and development of the human species and of human civilization. It is a discussion board for
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
This thread is jumping from forum to forum. I can't think of a single reason why! The topic was started on The Mysteries forum. To post it there seems to me a reasonable choice by DreamingCat, because the topic can be classified "out of place artifact". Then, suddenly, the topic disappeared from The Mysteries forum and showed up on the Inner Space forum. ????????????????? After I no
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Nejc wrote: > Hi Jeff and Steve, > > you two are a pair of incurable orthomaniacs! > Hé Jernej, I can assure you that a sufficiant quantity of the right "medicine", can do wonders. (And I'm pretty sure Steven would agree.) Maniacal greetings, Jeff ;-)
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Denis, What about waste from the nearby ball-point pen factory. Besides, the indication "nano" is completely nonsense. If the artifacts would be the size they are claimed to be, the term "micro" is more appropriate. Jeff
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Well, well, well, There goes the discussion down the drain. At least for me. Refusing to discuss a basic issue and justifying it by accusing me of a lack of appropriate knowledge does not deserve my respect. I can see in your response to Steve (marduk) that you seem to have no other goal than promoting your book. Back to the mysteries board. Goodbey, Jeff
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Jim, You didn't answer my question. You are only trying to get roung it. In no way was I trying to reprove any law. Of course: a law is a law. But the laws of motion that explain the behaviour of the egg, do not -all on their own- predict the same behaviour of the earth. The proporties of the egg need to be taken into account. The same experiment repeated with a fully cooked egg will not g
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
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Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
coralsea wrote: > Jeff van Hout wrote} How do you know the crust has the right > "degree of freedom" to shift over the mantle? > > cs} "degrees of freedom" has NOTHING to do with shifting over > the mantle. It only relates to the ability of the crust to > yield preferentially in bending to solar and lunar gravitation > forces. > > The crust is act
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
coralsea wrote: > No I think marduk .. that the core is simply following Newtons > 1st law of motion .. it has no choice in the matter .. try the > egg experiment .. it will convince you > The only thing that the egg experiment convinces me of, is that Newtons laws -if applied to the egg- explain the behaviour ot the egg. In now way does that prove anything about the earth. You f
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
coralsea wrote: > 3.} This unique circumstance {i.e., the weakened layers} allows > the crust some degree of freedom of motion relative to the > stiffer inner mantle. Such that as the earth undergoes it's > daily rotation, the crust yields {bends} ever so much in the > direction of the sun as daylight strikes the earth in the early > dawn hours. > Just a simple question:
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
coralsea wrote: > I'm going to suggest that the core does rotate at a different > speed .. but we'll use the RB-Effect as a predictive tool and > PROVE that the part .. {Is Spun by Twin Streams of Molten Iron} > is pure nonsense. > > Let's accept that the core {like the crust} is separated from > the mantle .. but this time by iron in a semi-liquid state. > And WHY s
Forum: Science & Space
13 years ago
Jeff van Hout
coggas wrote: > > Let us see what Cape Breton Island has to offer... > > C. Not very much I'm afraid ;-) No Chinese ruins in Cape Breton: archeologists Regards, Jeff
Forum: Mysteries
13 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Chris, *LOL* Jeff
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Jaimi2 wrote: > Why don't you try to find out who Paul Smith is? Good luck. > > Steve Dear Steve, Why should I ?????? By making a remark like that, you head for a completely wrong direction. If you have reasons to believe Paul Smith is wrong, you will not convince me by telling me what kind of person Paul Smith is or might be. It's the evidence that counts, not the person who brings
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé roscoe, Paul Smith has done a thourough job in debunking the P-o-S myth. Here is the most relevant page from his website: Priory of Sion Debunked Regards, Jeff
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Rick, Maybe this site can be helpfull? Die Altaegyptischen Pyramidentexte nach den Papierabdrucken und Photographien des Berliner Museums Regards, Jeff
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hi Avry, Thank you for presenting your article, even if the general idea was first presented about 3.5 years ago by Christopher Ash (Ishmael in those days. Where has he gone?). But does it in a better way validate the OCT? Better than Robert Bauval did? Well, if we shift the focal points from the apexes of the pyramids to the MT's and more specific to the false doors that might have been there
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Tomb Trekker Project - new robot from Singapore
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Richard Fusniak wrote: > Yep. > > Because your doing a fine job of demolishing GV's points and > winning as I see it. > > Fuzzy And that's it Fuzzy ?????????????????? You (and Graham) are going to leave it like this? Can't you see, this is not about "winning points" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS ABOUT THE HONOR OF THIS MESSAGEBOARD! What we see here is no more than a
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Avry, how are you? ;-) The Aralsee might be a good start to look around. 40 years ago it was the world`s fourth largest inland lake, but has dramatically reduced in size (due to human activities). Look at this page: Aralsee Regards, Jeff
Forum: Mysteries
14 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Roy, I completely agree with what Mick said. Don't get involved with GV. I was a regular poster on this board for quite some time, until GV turned up. He was the main reason for me to stop posting. It's impossible to have a normal discussion with this guy. Now I only lurk at the board from time to time. But when I enter and see the whole page from top to bottom completely littered with GV pos
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Claude, In iconography right is usually associated with "good" and left with "evil". But as you can read in some of the other posts, there can be other reasons for wearing the weddingring left or right. Huub already explained the Dutch situation, i.e. how it used to be, because the old traditions are dissapearing. In Flanders the situation is even more complicated. The Fl
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Jack and Claude, It's not a nerve, but a vein. It's called the vein of love. I don't know if this is anatomically correct, but that is the story. Jeff
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
This map from 1699 speaks for itself:
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Jeff van Hout
Hé Donald, Although a bit difficult to read, the year is in the cartouche on the map. Looks like 1574 or 1579. >>I find it striking that VINLAND as a place is STILL featured as a viable location.<< That's what surprised me too ;-) Quite like the "phantom" islands in the Atlantic. (On this map you can see Frisland. Brasil or High Brasil can be found on maps as late as 187
Forum: Mysteries
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