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3 days ago
seanoffshotgun
Has anyone followed the work of Alan Green? Truly fascinating work involving the great pyramid and other historic documents. I believe he is to be the headline speaker at the 2019 CPAK conference. Pyramid ratios The relationship between the cubit, foot and meter are particularly interesting. Sonnet code vitruvian man
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
rulebook54 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In Love’s Labours Lost, Act V Scene 1, there is > a 27 letter long > word—honorificabilitudinitatibus. It is entirely > the design of Francis Bacon, with construction as > follows—honor |f| bac |L|tud|n|tat|sub. > If you look carefully you will see that the the > message is as follows—honor Fr
Forum: History
5 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
rulebook54 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In Love’s Labours Lost, Act V Scene 1, there is > a 27 letter long > word—honorificabilitudinitatibus. It is entirely > the design of Francis Bacon, with construction as > follows—honor |f| bac |L|tud|n|tat|sub. > If you look carefully you will see that the the > message is as follows—honor Fr
Forum: History
4 months ago
seanoffshotgun
I watch the show, but I can't say that "I love it", They are not doing themselves any favors by having the likes of J Hutton Pulitzer on the show, he's a complete hack. And In other ways they make it difficult for academics to take them seriously. Which is unfortunate because the findings at Smiths cove this past year have been extraordinary and should have caught the interest of histor
Forum: Mysteries
5 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Hi Eddie. What you say is undoubtedly true for many. In my experience very few people are even aware that there is an authorship question. How far has your own curiosity taken you? My naivety showed when attempting to introduce the controversy to people. I had not realized the difficulty most people have in hearing facts that bring their long held ideological beliefs into question. I unders
Forum: History
5 months ago
seanoffshotgun
This topic is so rich in conspiracy and esoterica that I am amazed it is not a popular discussion on these boards? When you delve into this topic you end up researching subjects that at first would seem completely unrelated. My reading has introduced me to the spycraft of the Elizabethan age, the Tudor prince theories, the DM code, Poussin and Et in Arcadia Ego, masonic lore and history, sacr
Forum: History
5 months ago
seanoffshotgun
I'm curious to hear opinions on some of these issues; 1. How did the Stratford man gain his expertise in foreign languages? The writer of the plays was fluent in not only Latin and Greek, but also French, Spanish and Italian. This is undisputed and for me, whilst this question remains unanswered, the authorship question will remain open. 2. How did the writer acquire so much knowledge o
Forum: History
7 months ago
seanoffshotgun
For anyone with an interest in the topic, this is a brilliant stage adaption of Mark Twain's book Is Shakespeare Dead https://youtu.be/cJ72Ew1ujlk It's very funny, informative and only 45 minutes long
Forum: History
7 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Latitude coordinates for the Great Pyramid - 29.9792° N Speed of light in meters per second - 299,792,458 m/s Probably a coincidence but very curious. https://www.quora.com/Why-is-the-speed-of-light-also-the-coordinates-for-the-great-pyramid-at-Giza
Forum: Mysteries
9 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Hi Reagent. Thank you for your insight. You are quite right that there was much need for secrecy and subterfuge during the Elizabethan reign. Another good documentary on the topic is The Last Will and Testament (I've only found it on Amazon). This documentary lays out the context in which the plays emerged and explores the possible intention of the author/authors. "It's been called the
Forum: History
9 months ago
seanoffshotgun
If the legend is true, it seems likely it would be Haplogroup X https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_X_(mtDNA)
Forum: Mysteries
9 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Hi Eddie, No, I don't believe it was one person. The vast knowledge, lexicon, volume, range and complexity all lead me to think this was a large collaboration and decades of work. I've been exploring this subject periodically over the last year. Many well though out arguments and theories by dedicated researchers. The most compelling to me is the work done by Petter Amundsen. Three part BB
Forum: History
9 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Is anyone else fascinated by the Shakespeare authorship question? wiki page http://www.shakespeareanauthorshiptrust.org.uk/ QuoteIn the annals of world literature, William Shakespeare is an icon of towering greatness. But who was he? The following are among the many outstanding writers, thinkers, actors, directors and statesmen of the past who have expressed doubt that Mr. “Shakspere” wr
Forum: History
10 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Not to mention giants, little people, comets, prophesies, rebirth, morphology........etc. No disrespect David but I find your comment to be ridiculous. Cleary mythology plays a large in this story. Whether GRR Martin is writing with particular myths in mind is debatable. Most will be aware of the Hamlet/Lion King connection and The Odyssey/Oh Brother where art thou one. The idea that old s
Forum: Misc.
10 months ago
seanoffshotgun
QuoteD-archer The committee that wrote GoT did not take anything from Mythology. Ummm.......dragons? Or are they real?
Forum: Misc.
10 months ago
seanoffshotgun
An interesting possible Irish connection is the so called Fir Bolg people of Irish mythology. Fir Bolg is usually translated as "Men of Bags" and these folks supposedly had all sorts of connections to Greece and Mesopotamia . https://www.libraryireland.com/AncientLegendsSuperstitions/Ancient-Races-Ireland-8.php https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fir_Bolg There is already plenty of e
Forum: Mysteries
10 months ago
seanoffshotgun
With these mythologies and comparisons in mind let me make some bold plot predictions. Just so I have to eat my words when it turns out I'm completely wrong and I've just been reading far too much Jordon Peterson, Jung and Velikovsky. All of the dragons will die, with Jon Snow killing the last one. I see Daenerys dying (perhaps killed by Tyrion) and Jon winning the throne only to relinquish co
Forum: Misc.
10 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Clearly George RR Martin draws heavily from history. I love spotting his re-workings and abstractions of historical events. That's why I'm surprised it took me so long to pick up on his (my opinion) use of mythology as well as the more obvious archetypes. Tyrion's fascial scar should have given it away sooner. Maybe I'm late to this, has anyone else made these comparisons? Here are some
Forum: Misc.
11 months ago
seanoffshotgun
And part 2 just released. I really enjoy both bright insight and ancient architects, solid researchers.
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Check out the Ancient Architects recent piece on the subject. Best to watch between the two bright insight segments as they refer to each other. Atlantis, New Theory
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Thanks Laird
Forum: Author of the Month
11 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Hi Laird, congratulations on the new book. I've recently become famillar with the ideas of Immanuel Velikovsky and I very much enjoyed your book on the subject. I'm finishing up on Worlds in Collision and then onto Ages of Chaos. Any advice for someone new to these theories? Where do you think Velikovsky had it right and where he may have been wrong? And in the wider scope of things, do you
Forum: Author of the Month
11 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Another good Timeline documentary, this one on the Ark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enbdsdKfhFo
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
12 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Hi Brandon I've heard Laird Scranton make this connection. I think it's in his book Point of Origin but I heard him discus it on a podcast (probably Earth Ancients podcast). Laird works a lot with comparative linguistics and I believe he is somewhat active on GHMB........hi Laird, I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Velikovsky Heresies. I would not be surprised if there was some "Tepe&quo
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
seanoffshotgun
Thanks Hugh, that site will keep me busy for a while
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
seanoffshotgun
Hi Hugh, What are your thoughts on the recently discovered "henge" in the Boyne valley. And is there a good source you can recommend for information on this topic. Cheers Irishtimes/henge
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
seanoffshotgun
Velikovski had it around 1500bc. Ties in with a switch to monotheism in some cultures and the fall of the bronze age. I'm very new to the theories so I'm playing catchup. Found this to be a good place to start for anyone unfamiliar symbols of an alien sky
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
1 year ago
seanoffshotgun
Likely a flimsy connection but I can see some scenario where this monumental astronomical event was explained, retold, reinvented and remembered in stories from around the world. In this case perhaps King Hamlet is Saturn, murdered by Claudius who is mars (Scar in the Lion King ). Hamlet may be Jupiter (the rightful heir) and Gertrude as Venus. That would make prince Fortinbras the Sun, and some
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
1 year ago
seanoffshotgun
Thanks Jeffrey, interesting findings. Have you looked into the electric universe theory? Could the Hamlet/Amleth stories be a version of the Venus creation event?
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
1 year ago
seanoffshotgun
Interesting, thanks. I did take a look and found one other reference but with no significant placement or alignment that was obvious.
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
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