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1 year ago
BrandonR149
This looks very similar to the stones that are revered by the Aboriginal people of Australia! Their oral tradition says the stones are from before the great disaster that wiped out man, if take them literally it would date them before the end of the YD and if we find same stones in Africa that we can date then there might be a connection here! Thanks for the great article! Brandonr Ps. Ha
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
JanPeter, Thankyou for the link, and the info. You are not wrong in comparison. It occurred to me that if the quarries in Peru were underwater for such a length of time would they look similar to Japan’s? I don’t believe the same people did both in fact I surmise they would have different quarrying techniques leaving different looking but equally effective quarries to look at. I mostly would l
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Hello all! I just spent a week trying to get pictures up to compare and will try to add them. My main idea is that Japan’s underwater structures could have been a quarry like we see in Peru. Two questions to ask now: First- is there any evidence in Japan that show rocks could have come from these structures? Second- You’ll need some imagination here, imagine what Peru’s ancient quarries
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
I agree completely. So can we then find clues to that world wide language in other ancient languages to connect them together?
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Good stuff! Thanks! Boil it down and to coin one of Graham’s terms, could we see the very same fingerprints of this lost civilization by tracing the origin of the language used to show that multiple cultures were influenced by the same unknown third culture. Possible? I believe so, just gotta connect the dots and we’re doing that! Just one more place we can look for the fingerprints! Brandonr
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
So now we can tie Tepe and Tepi together, also we can say that the ancient Sumerian and Babylonian text show the same connection to the word/sound TE with changing the ending due to translation and original meaning. If we follow the Greeks and Romans we can find it being carried forward in history as if to remind us of something long forgotten! We find the root of the Latin Tempus or time! Sti
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
OK, I got the pictures to appear but they appear huge? How can I change the size of pictures now?And also get them to be side-by-side for comparison?
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
So got it to work but the pictures are huge for some reason!?! Help! Lol
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
How do you add pictures to your posts??
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Are you going?
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Don’t let this thread die! We were making such good progress I thought! Keep them coming! We’ve relatively shown that you can tie Tepe or Tepi “Te” together and broken down we see it in Egypt- Zep Tepi, and Göbekli Tepe and even Easter island other know names. All loosely describe the “first place(time)! I think if we can follow the languages back we can tie it all together and maybe give some so
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Looking for open minded individuals to meet up with hopefully! My wife will not be accompanying me this time so looking for company! Lmk Thanks!
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Found anothe comparison with the “te” of Tepe or Tepi. Easter island is also known as ‘Te Pito Te Henua” translates means navel of the world or the beginning or origin place. Per Dr. Schock. Here we see a site that needs to be examined and is definitely older than were told again. And the site is trying to tell us something. Maybe just in the name. Do we need to tie this to Göbekli Tepe and Th
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
ARKLANTIS Sept.21-24 I am very excited about going this year! Booked last night and couldn’t sleep after, to excited! This will be my first conference, I can’t wait to see Graham in person and Schock and many others! Anyone else going?
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Madeleine, wonderful!! Thank you for that wonderful break down. It is exactly what I just saw as comparison! It’s great to see others who also see the connection here. I’m trying to find comparisons in Latin ( my area) and work it back but the Greek work and your Sumerian translations are very helpful and kinda prove my point. If Zep Tepi means first time and we can translate something very sim
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Thanks Sean! I will definitely check it out. Keep them coming! Thanks, BrandonR
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Apologizes for misspelling Tepe in reference to Zep Tepi! Second, yes we should be able to find the root of Tepi in Egypt and try to follow it back. I’m sure Graham would have great insite in this! Looking into other ancient cultures languages to see if I can find any more correlations to the word Tepi, Tepe. This should be interesting! If anyone knows of others please let us know! Thanks
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Just wanted to draw out a comparison I am wondering about. We all know of Göbekli Tepe (pot belly hill) and Zed Tepe (first time in Egypt). So now I have to point out the word Tepe being used in both cases. I wonder if Tepe could mean something completely different than what we’re told and the word has simply evolved into a new meaning over time. This happens with languages they are ever evolvin
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Good evening all! So as I was listening to a couple of Graham’s lectures and the evidence found underwater I started to hear the same depth over and over. Sounds like most structures and megalithic sites from Japan’s famous site where we know Graham spent a lot of time diving there that they extend roughly 100 foot depths. Also in comparison the cart ruts that extend to 100 feet (again) in I b
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Really? No one has any insite or books to share? Nothing? Lol
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Hello all, And of course Graham if you see this! I am planning my first trip to Peru! I am looking for any insite that you could share with me would be so helpful! Any good travel guides, do’s and dont’s. Places to visit, must see megalithic sites maybe off the tourist maps. What to bring, what to expect?!? You get the idea!! So if anyone here has been please share your experiences with me! T
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Thanks to both of you! I didn’t know and wanted to ask some people who could answer my question. This is what this forum is for I hope. To bring up new ideas and to look openly at them. Thank you for getting the info to us so we know that there wasn’t any connection here at least. But I will continue down this path unheeded know there is a place of free ideas! Thanks again to both posters! Bra
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1 year ago
BrandonR149
Graham I hope your reading this as it my first post here! I welcome any and all feedback on something that struck me as familiar. When I look at an above view of the lay out of Machu Picchu and that of the Hebrew hold out Masada I have to ask. Could Masada be another example of earlier humans taking over and using older ruins like we see in Malbec. Seems to me if your going to ride out a major f
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