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10 days ago
Reagent
. . . An excellent assortment of topic twisting photos that demonstrate that all is not as it has been taught. No doubt the tip of an expanding berg that doesn’t sit well with previously authored texts, papers, and shrinking group think that indirectly asserted ALL has been discovered. One of those not-supposed-to-be, Göbekli Tepe, is a considerable testament to the notion that not all things are
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 months ago
Reagent
One doesn’t take seriously those bought and payed for science waffles of academia any longer yet give them their due time on a paper every now and then to note what the latest distractor they purport must be obeyed. Thought you might have had an update or two. Those still believe they’re going to control the narrative with another concocted rant about taxable flatulence to distract from what
Forum: Science & Space
2 months ago
Reagent
Quite right Race Jackson in that this condition and associated conditions, that had their exposure from the so called "fringes," goes back several more decades than just the two suggested. Also, there is no great leap to the experiments conducted on certain social / ethnic classes and of those folks who've had implants of a kind. Or, those experiments that certain three letter agencies
Forum: Science & Space
3 months ago
Reagent
Excellent photos of Long Boats of the Norse. Always liked them. The bottom photo takes one back-a-ways to high-school years – Nearly fifty years ago. Once did a report on The Vikings with as much as was known about their long boats and North Sea travels to England and abroad at the time. Drew an illustration, too, of one that resembled the bottom photo with a large square sail to the wind tha
Forum: History
5 months ago
Reagent
. . . Thought you might still be following that 2011 Fukushima disaster on the coast of Japan. . . Yoichi Shimatsu, through some of his investigative work on bicycle, has tracked one site also part of the greater Fukushima security site responsibility over the years since Mar2011. (side note) One can appreciate the bicycle exploration he suggests as I’ve also explored parts of the main Japane
Forum: Science & Space
9 months ago
Reagent
. . . Fine by me, so long as it doesn't get shoe-horned into what I call - that lengthy, linear, and imprecise language-conundrum. . . It is there where it becomes the stuff of great debates and definitions by any and all who have the power of speech to participate. . . Sometimes to the point of becoming noisy and nasty by those who think they know your own perceptions of presence better than you
Forum: Inner Space
10 months ago
Reagent
. . . “To be, or not to be, that is the question.”. . Who would have thought that that question would be put to whether the “Bard of Avon” was ever present during Elizabethan England. . . Some say a clever expression, too, as well as many times repeated. . . Some folks have suggested that it might have pertained to being Catholic, or to being Protestant, or to reform, or to counter the reformatio
Forum: History
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Hi, Laird. . . Welcome back. . . New book, "Decoding Maori Cosmology," looks interesting, too. . . Was not disappointed with the previous six books pertaining to cosmological ties, language and symbol relationships, and Skara Brae mystery. . . Thanks for the look ahead. . . Richard
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Welcome to Graham Hancock’s web site. . . . . . One assumes it is the sites of Ancient Egypt your going to visit:: : Some folk’s checkout or bring their own copy of, “The Traveler’s Key to Ancient Egypt,” 1985, by John Anthony West, to start, and update the book with their own accounting of observations they make as they see-the-sites in person and talk to the local folks. That book ha
Forum: Misc.
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Welcome to GHMB . . . It’s one of many interests. . . . . . Given that the term ‘reincarnation,’ is an attempt at translating an Asian characteristic of religion, one probably needs to understand first incarnation – a variant of incarnate - from an Asian spiritual frame of reference. . . Parsing a word is useful toward understanding it, but not without context in its applicatio
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . You'll find the following useful and researchable at your leisure. . .
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Previously mentioned above was the following:: : . . . “The effort to control information flow seems to have ratcheted up a notch or two – may be more. . . One can hardly be surprised as that catastrophic event continues to unroll – or should it be flow – hardly funny, either, I know, yet that ionization and spillage spreads. Consider what coincidental attention certain social media site
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
Hi, Ajfriman . . . The ‘Three’s Connection’ does indeed have a recurring application throughout historical times. The Trinity, Triad, Tetrahedron, and more recently, Richard Cassaro’s reference to Triptych are just the tip of the iceberg or in this case tip of the Pyramidion. Cassaro approaches his research into this symbolic threesome from a Masonic frame of reference where the builders often
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Reagent
Hi Altered-State . . . What stands out as something of an obfuscated part in LtCol Corso's account are the "filing cabinets and Nut-file" he, General Trudeau, and Senator Strom Thurmond often referred to during their time. . . One must understand something of what maintaining secrets entailed in intelligence circles then and how they're carried over into to today's policies and proce
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
Reagent
Agreed It reminds me of mathematicians and physicists using set theory to hypothesize from the general to the specific. It’s no leap to note that mathematics has often been called the language of physics. Sometimes wonder whether there’s a connection between knots, nodes, and quanta that the Ancients already knew and could easily prove under rigorous modern experimentation that would make Step
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
Thanks Laird I didn’t get back to “Seeking the Primordial,” as you suggested. Bookmarked a few pages and got literally got caught up in “knots,” a few months back. Knots of the Dogon, of the Ancient Egyptians, of the Ancient Andean tribes referred to as Inca, to name several instances of poorly understood knot formations and usage. Knots are not just something that one finds aboard ships with
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
Hi, Laird Not certain as to why, but Schumann resonance (7.83 Hz) popped into the ole noggin along with a distant memory of a megalithic rock formation that portrayed a very large egg like configuration showing what looked like a carved or formed double helix on it. It actually stood up like the figure in the bottom photo. The lower illustration (Fig1) also seems reminiscent to the Fibonacc
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . The effort to control information flow seems to have ratcheted up a notch or two – may be more. . . One can hardly be surprised as that catastrophic event continues to unroll – or should it be flow – hardly funny, either, I know, yet that ionization and spillage spreads. Consider what coincidental attention certain social media sites are getting today from a regulatory (information control
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Very interesting take on how to limit out-of-control cellular growth – a likeness that most cancer growths tend to portray – cell growth gone - opportunistically - astray. With Zika virus seemingly limiting brain growth in fetuses afflicted one can appreciate the potential gene construction of future therapy through genome mapping techniques toward limiting adult brain cell cancers. The
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Very interesting. . . Plagiarism software, as an additional tool for cheaters today, would certainly have been useful a decade or two or more ago for last minute paper writers. I’ve long had my doubts about how some folks received PhD’s upon which they assume license to dictate knowledge flow. Some concerns over who gets the patents and profits could easily have been properly vetted, too.
Forum: History
1 year ago
Reagent
Hi, Marcusdrake. Reasons for eating grass? . . Not a spokesperson for the early version of the species myself, but I suspect one possibility was a trial and error tactic. Finding edibles, it seems, was a joint daily exercise for both partners and extended families that probably has a longer list of availability and scarcity than one first observes. Folks back when were not likely dependent on
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Reagent
From ‘packets’ to ‘quantum,’ . . of internet data that is. . . Quantum Internet One will need their wits about themselves when engaging entanglement, but will the Hacker’s of 1995 be up to the task of relinquishing their skills 25 years later when the rest of quantum computer users know their secrets, too, in 2020? . .
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Thanks for that Snope's link. . . . . . The Baltic Anomaly seems an appropriate name, but as far as Millennium Falcon, Ancient Alien craft, and Temple go, I have my reservations, too. I thought the first preliminary photo taken a few years ago looked like a large ships gun turret enclosure – then read some of the initial comments coming out shortly after it was made public and then saw
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . The smallest (4cm) or 5 inches or so seems very specific for use. . . A lathing process might account for roundness, symmetry, and markings as if marked for purpose such as to measure length or depth when combined with another tooled device or something. . . If malleable when heated and worked, that might account for the finer holes and designs even for neatly separating one piece from the
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . You mentioned cannulation tubes?? I know of cannula usage in medical procedures today. One such example would be for inserting an IV cannula or intravenous cannula for administering fluids, medication, and / or blood products when a patient’s oral route is inadvisable. Those types of cannula are small durable polymer types, though. The tubes in those pictures could be also depending on s
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Reagent
Hi, Drdavidanderson . . . I had wondered about those finer holes, too, if they were not for suspension purposes. . . Could any of them be arranged to be used as a flute or something similar as M Seabrook suggested? Especially, the ones with multiple holes to produce resonance tonal frequencies according to some ancient theme that might have been contemporary then? . . If any of them were
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Who are they who built Skara Brae? One question among many and when. Thanks laird
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Extraordinary! . . Excellent view, too, while riding the Van Allen Belts in the magnetosphere, no less. . .
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . The Traveler's Key to Ancient Egypt, Magical Egypt, and Serpent in The Sky survive as does JAWest's work - Large as Life Richard
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Reagent
. . . Arriving by sea seems reasonable given the Viking capacity for waterway travel throughout all of Europe. . . . . . You mentioned the Berbers (pre Dynastic Egyptians) as part of the scenario and related to “The Mystery of Skara Brae: Neolithic Scotland and the Origins of Ancient Egypt.” It seems possible that the voyages of the Vikings may have, indeed, had an influence in not only acqui
Forum: Mysteries
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