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michael seabrook
Robert – you posted this at 12.37 PM on 14th April 2019. The following day, 6.50 PM on 15th April 2019, THIS! Have you upset some one, or something lol
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
michael seabrook
Here is a link to a reply 7 years ago you may find of interest <;
Forum: Author of the Month
4 days ago
michael seabrook
Looking forward to your evidence But for now look here
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
michael seabrook
Interestingly thought provoking, as usual Great post
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
michael seabrook
Got my copy half way through
Forum: Mysteries
10 days ago
michael seabrook
here is a link Temples in India align like chakra points Here temples in South America align like chakras <; Echoes of a aincent global race !
Forum: Author of the Month
10 days ago
michael seabrook
from a post I worked on The cards in their present forms seem to be a medieval creation, although the images and designs are much older. The bibliotheque national in Paris has 17 ornate cards, 16 of them tarot trumps. Its believed gypsies brought the tarot with them in their long track from India, via the middle east in 1781 when Egypt was seen as the source of all knowledge. Antone Cort Gebeli
Forum: Author of the Month
12 days ago
michael seabrook
8. Tarot
hello Daniel and welcome Theories of the origins of the tarot vary greatly. The cards in their present forms seem to be a medieval creation, although the images and designs are much older. The bibliotheque national in Paris has 17 ornate cards, 16 of them tarot trumps. Its believed gypsies brought the tarot with them in their long track from India, via the middle east in 1781 when Egypt was see
Forum: Author of the Month
18 days ago
michael seabrook
To the person who recommended this book to me, in Liverpool after Graham's talk. Here is my email. M.seabrook929@gmail.com
Forum: Misc.
21 days ago
michael seabrook
The elusive Denisovans, the extinct cousins of Neanderthals, are known from only the scraps of bone they left in Siberia’s Denisova Cave in Russia and the genetic legacy they bequeathed to living people across Asia. A new study of that legacy in people from New Guinea now suggests that, far from being a single group, these mysterious humans were so diverse that their populations were as distantly
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
21 days ago
michael seabrook
I've been thornbourough worth a look
Forum: Mysteries
21 days ago
michael seabrook
in “The Devil and Simon Flagg”, a short story written by Arthur Porges in 1954, the hero makes a deal with the Devil. Simon Flagg’s only hope of saving his soul is to pose a question that the Devil cannot answer, so he asks for a proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem. After accepting defeat, the Devil says: “Do you know, not even the best mathematicians on other planets—all far ahead of yours—have solve
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
21 days ago
michael seabrook
Thank you, with all this evidence I wander if they move the post back to the science bord,
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
22 days ago
michael seabrook
Grangram Thornbourough has been discussed on ghmb b4. Just do a search
Forum: Mysteries
23 days ago
michael seabrook
Hello Robert Another thought provoking post Thank you
Forum: Misc.
24 days ago
michael seabrook
Life on Mars
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 weeks ago
michael seabrook
Thanks for this. I have a caravan in north wales. I will look for this when Iam there next
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 weeks ago
michael seabrook
Egyptian time travel?
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
michael seabrook
Glastonbury lady
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
michael seabrook
I liked this, v good advert
Forum: Misc.
6 weeks ago
michael seabrook
Hi Robert, do you have the prices of books in English pounds ?
Forum: Misc.
6 weeks ago
michael seabrook
The Brazilian alien encounter and Celtic myth post are two tales from different times and locations but with a simular theme, Please read the top post then read this, Out shopping yday, in a bookshop that was closing down (as you may or may not know Iam on a mission to collect enough books for a study when I retire) A new book should of been £8 got for £2.50 world mythology in bite size chunk
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
7 weeks ago
michael seabrook
Dehumanisation is such a big word, it's been around since Richard the 3rd Human leauge
Forum: Misc.
7 weeks ago
michael seabrook
How many times do we get guest authors on ghmb, who are given the opportunity to promot their work and discuss their projects but don't interact. We have had some good authors with great books but there has been some real bad ones. Some who don't respond and some I don't even think they were told they were supposed to be a guest author for the month. Wich brings me to Robert Jameson I would
Forum: Misc.
7 weeks ago
michael seabrook
So what if you could start from scratch and try to create utopia? And what if one of the world’s leading architects designed the centre?
Forum: Inner Space
7 weeks ago
michael seabrook
I am Robert, great books with a great mind. What's not to like ? When's the best time month for you and we could start a petition on misc
Forum: Author of the Month
7 weeks ago
michael seabrook
Alibaba’s City Brain project, which started out in the city of Hangzhou in Zhejiang province, is soon to expand to Kuala Lumpur. The aim? To create a cloud-based system where information about a city, and as a result everyone in it, is stored and used to control the city. City Brain works by letting artificial intelligence (AI) control a city.
Forum: Inner Space
8 weeks ago
michael seabrook
This study tries to understand them and the question was asked: did Inca builders have access to very acid mud? They did, and used the acid mud from their mines, which generated sulphuric acid through bacterial oxidation of pyrite (fools gold). It reaches an acidity of up to pH = 0.5, which is 10 4 times more acid than humic acid which is known to weather silica containing rocks via silica gel
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
michael seabrook
A deadly disease that has ravaged deer across 24 states in the US could one day spread to humans, an expert has warned.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 months ago
michael seabrook
Bolivian earth quake reveals large underground mountain range
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
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