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15 years ago
Brew99
Trance music - yes, Armchair! My synchronicity here is the fact that I have been researching Siberian Shamanism and just today ran across this link... The Throat Singers of Tuva I had seen a special on this art a few years back and found it fascinating that a human can produce two notes simultaneously. This throat singing has a very deep, spiritual impact on me. Here's a snip from the article
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Brew99
OK, so it doesn't work the way I'm used to... here it is without the $%^#@ codes
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Brew99
Sorry about that link - I'll try one more time... The Baja Connection Brew
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Brew99
Paul, I also have your book on order (as well as Adavasio's) and I am looking forward to the adventure. Just for added information here's a link to Texas A&M's Center for First American Studies article from "The Mammoth Trumpet" The Baja Connection , subtitled, "Did the first Americans make the crossing from Asia by boat? If so, they may have stopped here. by James M. Chandle
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Brew99
Hi, Rick, I found the original article (with photos!) from The Peoples Daily - June, 2002. This and the article you posted have been the only ones I have ever seen. I'll take a look at the message board and see if the locals have added any comments since then. Brew
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Brew99
I first saw this article around 2002 caled something like, "Mysterious Pipes Possibly left by E.T.'s" in The People's Daily. There was a message board to discuss the article, so I jumped in. Most of the respondants were Chinese, so I felt we had a chance of getting some first-hand followups and links. The discussion ran a few months, then there was a follow-up article about some Chinese
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Brew99
This headline caught my eye this morning... Rover Captures Sunset in Blue Martian Sky News article at: Brew
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Brew99
The ancient Sumerians called the asteroid belt, "The Hammered Bracelet". From the Enuma Elish, it was formed when Marduk, aka Nibiru, swept through the solar system in a counter-revolutionary orbit with several moons, called "The Winds". There was a giant planet called Tiamat that was struck by at least two of the moons, and broke it in half on the last strike, one half becom
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Brew99
And then it's gone... The image was photographed almost simultaneously by two cameras. In the second one it wasn't there. Here's a Rense article on the disappearance... Brew
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Brew99
LOL, Keith...if there HAD been Little Green Men, I wonder what color NASA would have made them? :) And that brings up another thought... if there had been a similar landing on Earth... big bouncy thing falls from the sky - sits quietly for a day or two, then begins transforming and shapeshifting and pointing things around - our military would have blasted it into oblivion! LOL Brew
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Brew99
Keith, great job on the images! I have followed your work for several years and appreciate the talent, integrity and dedication you put into it. Kepp us posted! Brew
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
Brew99
Hi, Flowermouth - "Brew" here... Got that handle from my favorite hobby of brewing my own beer. My first 'net handle was Brewmeister999, but now even the local pubbies just holler, "Brewwwwwwww" when I walk in. I'm new here as well and found out rather quickly the difference in the Mysteries and "The Village"! <sheepish grin> (rather than a LOL) It was my Sit
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Brew99
Dean, the pictogram I was referring to was at Hathor's Tomb at Dendora. I found a website that depicyed it at It's a Christopher Dunn page and even mentions Graham and Robert in the article. Sitchin interpreted this scene as the Anunnaki gods with the "tools" showing the technology to man. Notice the difference in physical size between the two. This was a method the AE's used to depi
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Brew99
Hi, y'all I first heard about the shamir in reading Graham Hancock's The Sign and the Seal. I appeared to be a device that could cut through the hardest stone without heat or friction. It sounds a lot like a laser, doesn't it? Solomon had received instructions on building the Holy Temple, but could use no iron or any metallic tool in preparing the stone. I know this doesn't solve the problem of g
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
Brew99
Who'd a thunk it? That's the same as EZ Board! I suppose I shoulda tried... Do the smileys work too? :) :( :p as a test... LOL Thanks, Brew
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
Brew99
Thanks, Magdelen, Sitchin said that LBOE was a compilation of various Sumerian, Babylonian and other ancient texts, cylinders and glyphs that referred to a (now lost) manuscript written by Enki himself. He published the book (at the request of the publishers) as a work of fiction for some purpose that now escapes me, but I have faith in the man and his credibility. Much of the material can be fou
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
Brew99
Hi, Elizabeth, I posted this in another thread somewhere around here... LOL, but I am a Sitchin fan. In his book, The Lost Book of Enki, he states that the Sphinx was built by the Anunnaki, and the face was that of Enki's youngest son, Ningishzidda, in honor of his design of the Great Pyramid. At least that agrees with your idea that it is of "an alien life form"! It was just after
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Brew99
Thanks, Armchair, that's the best explanation I have heard yet. As far back as we can trace my father's line the men were all black haired, brown eyed. His mother was blonde/blue. Perhaps this is the recessive marker? There is an island, I think it's one of the British Isles, where the majority of the locals have very black skin, but eyes that are so blue that they look like headlights! I m
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
I have read this entire thread. It took me two evenings, but I find my old, many-times-asked questions still unanswered. I have read over and over that black hair/brown eyes are the dominant gene. My father was a black-headed, brown eyed Scotch-Irish . My mother was a blue eyed blonde of mostly English Dutch descent. They had three kids, ALL of which were blue eyed blondes. Two boys and a gir
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
Been away for a while... pouting, 'cause I was reprimanded for mentioning Sitchin... LOL, just kidding! I can't remember where I read it - thought it was here, that not only were the white limestone blocks polished, but the entire face had a slightly concave surface - like a focusing lens? I re-read this entire thread to see if anyone had mentioned this feature. If the sunlight was focused, it
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
I bought the book several years ago under the title "Pharoah's Pump". It actually made sense at the time and explained several of the mysteries of the pyramid's internal features, and the construction method of the structure itself. I still think about the idea occassionally.... Brew
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
The ABOX technique (described in the article) is an enhancement to normal carbon dating, I believe. It just removes surface contamination so the test will be more accurate. After about 40,000 years, most of the isotopes are gone, which sets the limit for accurate carbon dating. You may find this interesting... I emailed my long-time friend at Texas A&M for his opinion on the "furor"
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
From the article you posted, Kees, "In theory from the coprolite you're going to find the DNA of the defecator and the DNA of the consumer. Unfortunately in that kind of case it's very difficult to determine who ate who." Now maybe it's my own "word problem" as my wife calls it, but wouldn't the defecator and the consumer be the same individual? "The consumed" was
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
Hi, Nejc, I was looking into that subject a couple of years ago and had saved this bookmark... Not quite what you're looking for, but maybe there's a clue there to help in your search... Brew
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
Hi, Gary and List, I thought I had read it here that the conical shape is typical of a meteorite that has made it through the rigors of entry through the atmosphere. Facing one direction would burn away the leading surface, leaving a "cone-shaped" object. Another thought are the cones depicted in AE scenes where the "gods" are being offered these gifts. Also, Gardner's descr
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
LOL, Anomalies, I like the comparison of the walking/running rain study... And if the truth be known, they probably did it for equal time for running and walking, not thinking of the less exposure time if you run, as opposed to the longer exposure time if one walks. I think one would offset the other. Once again there are many variables that have to be considered, not just the obvious "runn
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
Anomalies - "To me it was like someone turned on the light and all the questions I had before were answered." I had that same light bulb feeling when I began studying interventionalism. Isn't it becoming obvious after all this discussion that NONE of these theories work as a stand-alone? There are huge chunks of apparently missing information if we are to accept any of them. I offer
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
Excellent summation, GordonP!! Add to your conclusion of natural selection a "bottleneck" in population, further reducing the choices of selection and you have a very workable scenario. There have been many such events in hominid history, I am sure. Cataclysms such as volcanic eruptions, asteroid/comet strikes, nuclear winters, etc. reducing entire populations to only. say, a few hund
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
Oakeydokey, you wrote, " strange human trait is our childrens inabillity to hold on to there parents from birth, something all other primates do instinctively." and reminded me of my friend, a neonatologist, who conducted a study on infant's reactions. He noted that when an infant is startled, it clenches it's fists and draws them in to his chest. An adult will usually open their hands
Forum: Mysteries
15 years ago
Brew99
I mentioned the possibility of a "politico/religious" slant being taken by the writer, Richarf, so I do get a few points, right? LOL - I guess I deserved the "lecture", but still appreciate it! Armchair, I also appreciate your "wasted" time, but hold on to the info - the writer's mistake may have been in identifying the Harappan/Kot Diji evidence. A little later...
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