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10 years ago
papalou
It is my understanding that there are no carvings in the Great Pyramid. Is that footage including two different places? You see BO climbing the pyramid, then you see them all entering some hall with carvings . WTF
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10 years ago
papalou
Agreed The only difference I see here is thinking that God is somehow separate from us, instead of part and parcel, so to speak. I don't see it out there, I see it in here.
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10 years ago
papalou
Martin I am with you wholeheartedly on that entire comment. Amen!
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10 years ago
papalou
And I would add that, if you say we created all these sets of dualities, I would say, YES. And we created God too. Its all us. To put it all on some god-guy is a total cop-out, and why humanity is making such slow progress.
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10 years ago
papalou
Furthermore, if you say that we created all these sets of opposites, I would say, Right on Brother, now you're getting the idea! And we created God too. Its all us, and putting it all on some God-guy is a cop-out, and why humanity is making such slow progress.
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10 years ago
papalou
Milo: Your semantics are hanging you up. Tell me, is the outside of the tea-cup the absence of the inside? Is the electron the absence of the proton? On a magnet, is the negative pole the absence of the positive pole? Is down the absence of up? Is the self the absence of the other? None of these things could exist without the others. Yin and yang is not a philosophy, it is a description of reali
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10 years ago
papalou
To Martin, I think that regardless of whether Jesus actually existed or whether he was the son of God or the son of a sea-cook, the religion spawned from the stories of him from that time has generated a lot of superstition and caused a lot of mayhem in the time since. That's all, and hence the great interest in the subject. Judging from what he (Jesus) said he was trying to do, it didn't work ou
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10 years ago
papalou
Thanks to Milo for including those accounts. Yes I have seen all of them before. What I would like to see are contemporary references to his existence. Anything written after the gospels would be suspect anyway. Yes for a guy who never existed he gets a lot of attention on the GHMB. Two thousand years of superstition and mayhem gets attention.
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10 years ago
papalou
It would be great if Milo would show us some historical references to a real Jesus from the time he was supposed to have lived. Not counting scriptures or the NT
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10 years ago
papalou
Dear Kwuda this forum is for people to share knowledge and ideas. If you are "not inclined to tell" things you know, what's the point? Very childish
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10 years ago
papalou
Michael, ask yourself how this many alignments could be coincidental.
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10 years ago
papalou
Thank you so much
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10 years ago
papalou
Sorry. I'm new at this.
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10 years ago
papalou
I am just now hearing about this dig in Turkey some are claiming to be the Garden of Eden. Anyone have recent info on this?
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10 years ago
papalou
Sher, I do not see any pole handles. I see vertical sides. Are you not reading something that is not really there?
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10 years ago
papalou
While the subject here ( the unknowable) is deeply fascinating to me, and really the ONLY subject worth our study, I find Schwaller de Lubicz very dense and bordering on 'gobbledegook.' If it is all that complex, that must be due to the confusion of our human minds. Existence at the basic level cannot be that confusing. I do think meditation is the only key. Mental gymnastics give me a heada
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10 years ago
papalou
To Archae: If I were one of those gods the ancient Peruvians were trying to impress, I would be VERY impressed. By their ability to create dead-straight lines for miles, right up mountain sides; by their uncanny way of knowing what these enormous drawings would look like from the air; and of course their ability to level an entire mountain top to lay out their lines. Its patronizing to attribu
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10 years ago
papalou
The qualifier in that quote was 'some of the pyramids.' We have to distinguish 'some' from the Great Pyramid. A major part of the debate is that the three Giza pyramids are far older than the rest of them, and show many striking differences, especially in building techniques. The blocks are much bigger, they fit much more precisely, they use infinitesimal thicknesses of cement. I think I rea
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10 years ago
papalou
First, no organic matter was found in the GP Second, had there been organic matter, it would not mean it was contemporaneous with the building Third, the workshops and tombs of the workers totaled about four thousand people. Where are the 200,000? Fourth, there is no evidence connecting the pharoah Khufu with that building, or that there even was such a person. The meaning of the glyphs foun
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10 years ago
papalou
Yes, Christopher Dunn is a machinist who has analyzed many of the mind-boggling artifacts from the Old Kingdom, and has a very plausible theory as to what the GP actually was used for. As for egyptologists, they have painted themselves into a corner by sticking to theories that are without evidence.
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10 years ago
papalou
To Titus: re the ability to build the GP today, if you are referencing the Mark Lehner tv program that attempted to build a teeny-weeny pyramid with lots of help from the Japanese, and failed, its not too convincing. If you took every limestone quarry in Indiana and put them to work for thirty years you just MIGHT be able to quarry the stone, but then getting it to the site, hauling, lifting, and
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10 years ago
papalou
Please give some of this evidence that Old Kingdom pharaohs built the pyramid.
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10 years ago
papalou
I would direct frank to Chris Dunn's book The Giza Power Plant for a discussion of the subtleties of the design and the enormous requirements for building the GP, as well as what it would entail to try to build one today, with all the technical marvels of our age. Sledges, pulleys, oxen--all absurd. The best answer I have seen is anti-gravity.
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