Medicin? Drugs? Morphine?
Pakals tomb. It looks a lot to me like the bloke is adjusting something that screws with both his hands. That would be a bit weird for a tree of life to have adjustable screws. And all those mechanical looking things. The way he is sitting, like looking through an apparatus.
Vacuum cleaner - it has been put away AFTER HAVING BEEN USED THIS AFTERNOON. I will sleep well tonight. Lots of black dog hairs on the wall to wall carpets. I have to sit and rest a lot while doing it, but I can't be bothered having somebody coming and sitting waiting for them.
So now I can read a bit more, but not too much now, as it is near midnight.
> If I said I know what these handbags are, I would
> be lying. We can only guess. I have heard a theory
> from some scientists, that, judging from Gobekli
> Tepe's pillar that it is a sunset and not a
> handbag. I do not believe that. Another
> explanation, based on Lamassu depictions, is that
> those bags contained holly and then the priest
> would use a pinecone to sprinkle that water
> around. I would never use a pinecone for something
> like that, but rather a short & thin tree branch,
> like modern priests use in Greece. It seems to me
> that they are just that: bags those travelers were
> using. The question is what was inside, and sadly
> we will probably never know.
> For a person like me who does not believe in
> ancient spaceships, the image on Pakal's tomb lid
> is rather disturbing, I must say. Trying to have
> an open mind, I am forced to admit that the most
> logical explanation is that of a vehicle. But, on
> the other hand, this is not proof of ancient
> spaceships. After all, extraordinary claims do
> require extraordinary proof.