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17 years ago
Aarooga
Neither could I ;)
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
LOL well done fuzzy. Nothing like a good bit of humour to lighten up your day. I'm assuming here that the fence has been placed for the protection of the pyramids or to make sure people pay their entrance fee? Or is this a forward move as they are apparently going to be excavating the sphinx soon and this is to hinder people getting in and disturbing the site? Or to make sure that we get to see
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
How long until it is built? Aa.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Damn it! ok you need [] these brackets. in the first 1 put img and the last 1 /img. So you then put the link in between (unfortunately you can't type it directly as it looks as it'll just show the pic - doh!) So if I replace the []'s with {}'s for this example it should look like {img}{/img} Ok that should work. If i got it wrong this time i'm gonna headbutt a wall or something. Aa.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Hi Sharon - you pic isn't showing. I think you need to use some scripting code but first you need to upload the pic to a website somewhere and then have the script point to the url/link of your pic. Here's an example I think that should do it - Hope I got it right lol. Aa.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Would they necessarily be able to draw it in proportion. It may not have intended to be an exact replica and also the artist may also have not been that great at sketching. You can also see a pouch or a phallic symbol. It may be oversized to direct attention to the fact that there is a pouch there. After all to the Egyptians it's modus operandi of rearing young would be sufficiently strange to dr
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
damn my bold type didn't work.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
"The only puzzling thing is that the whole site aligment maches TODAY'S polar orientation, so if there was any Polar Shift, it occured before the whole ordeal began." Read the Atlantis Blueprint - colin wilson. Giza lines up with the Hudson bay pole and the angle between the north pole and the HB one is 30deg - giza lies 30 lat (30/30). The same correlation with these double figures
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
I'm not sure if a meteor impact would have thrown up sufficient debris to block out the moon for several hundred years if it had hit in the oceans. If it had hit land then there should be evidence to support this - the amount of debris thrown up to cover the planet for 200 yrs would surely need a comet of earth killing proportions (an object of 10 kilometers would throw up dust for a few months a
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Mmmm doom and gloom and just after reading Hancocks Mars Mystery too! If this thing hits the planet then I think it's fair to say that it won't matter how far you bury yourself in a cave. This cave hiding scenario reminds me of a short story in the comic 2000AD which seems sort of appropriate here. The world had been ravaged by nuclear war and all the leaders and 'elite' class where hiding in
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Um actually I was referring to the God of the bible lol. But yes the great architect is the Masons god and he's a tosser too (and a lot, if not most high powered people are a member of the masons). Stephen knight wrote an excellent book on the masons but unfortunately I can't remember the title of it. The cover though had a white gloved hand on it. Unfortunately Mr Knight died 3 months after pub
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
lol yeah good job. I think Bauvel's orion mystery was one of the first books I read on the 'alternative theories' series. Thanks I'll check out underworld.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Had the ancients also discovered rope? was talking to a friend of mine who was telling me they rope wasn't something they were aware of and they used strips of leather. Is it possible to organise a mass of people all to pull in unison and how many would it take? Also as you say how are they lifted? As far as I know the AE's didn't have the wheel, or pulley systems so the likelyhood of a crane i
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
In the atlantis blueprint (Colin Wiilson) they talk about the piri reis map and refer to a book written by Charles Hapgood - Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings. Apparently in his studies Charles came across a fair number of ancient maps so may be worth checking this out as a source. Weren't there also traces of tobacco found in the mummies? The establishment of course have written this off as rubbish
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Has there been a serious study carried out on how the ancients moved these huge blocks of stone we see around the world? In the Mausoleum's outside the pyramids we see 200 tonne blocks (ref-GH - keeper of genesis), In one of the pyramids in S.America there is a 500 tonne block of rose quartz (or something - apparently originating 500 miles south, in which case dragged over the mountains. Ref-Fri
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Which of these laws was written 1st? Am I right in saying it was the AE's. If so didn't moses study in AE and (you can probably see where I'm going here) then converted this into his own religion? I ask because I have read this theory before and would be good to see what, if any, counter claims to this are.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Thank you Chele!
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Isn't christianity just and updated form of the AE's religion which in turn comes from other ancient sources etc? Didn't Moses study in Egypt? There may also be miracles but that doesn't prove that god exists - only miracles. Perhaps miracles are the application of ones will over the material. Or hallucintaions. Or maybe these gods were actually from space and were not really gods at all (as a
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Hi and thanks. The only other GH (and of course must not forget the co-authors of his books too) book I've read is Keeper of Genesis (though I do have Finger prints of the gods which I've still yet to read). I've also got 'From ashes to angels' - Andrew Collins, on order. The other thing about the pyramids that gets me, and a few other people, is the fact that the 3 great pyramids are thought t
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Maybe before language we used to communicate telephathically. Perhaps in our ancient past, as we were more spiritual then than we are now, we had this ability within each of us. Going on with this line then it could be said that the bible was just a set of myths handed down telling us of this 'sacred time' and how it was that somehow we learnt the process of discovery and by doing so doomed our s
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Hi, I haven't been but a friend of mine and myself were thinking of making the trip to see them sometime this year. Can you give me some details on how this is done as I've heard you have to get a coach and stay the night in a hotel and it costs around $160.00. Also is there a best time to go? I was thinking off season (to avoid the tourist rush) but are they open all year round? Thanks in adv
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Aarooga
Hi, I just wanted to introduce myself here. Finally found my way to this site through being a fan of GH plus his cronies. So helloooooooooooooooo!! *waves*. One thing that seems immediately apparent, though I could be wrong,... but is it just 1 forum here. By that I mean are there no 'sub forums' that concentrate on different topics? If i'm missing something then please let me know. I've almos
Forum: Mysteries
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