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1 year ago
bf1
The rgdn website link you gave has some amazing examples in museums. Are these the original bags or are they representations of them? The ones in the museums could have been used as a standard weight measurement, I wonder if anyone has weighed them? They had standard units for measurement in antiquity, such as the Megalithic Yard and the Royal Cubit. Were the bags in the museums just standard wei
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1 year ago
bf1
Thanks for sharing - that was quite a dream! Amazing that it was so unusual for you.
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1 year ago
bf1
John there are some really interesting links, thanks. The pictures gathered on the Bruce Fenton site just show it - how they all look identical even in rock art.
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1 year ago
bf1
The mysterious "man-bags" that the priests carry in the ancient carvings which are present in Sumer, Gobekli Tepe and South America that Graham has discussed, they certainly are intriguing. Very distinct and carved in stone images in the same context the world over. If the stone carver was just told "do a man in a fish costume holding a bag", the bag would look different ea
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1 year ago
bf1
Hi everyone. I've been watching some of Graham's past interviews and lectures on youtube recently. I read Fingerprints when it was first published and didn't realise he'd written Magicians so I'm a bit out of the loop but am catching up now as I've bought Magicians. I don't know if it's been discussed here yet, but in the videos it's all about a cometary impact causing the Younger Dryas catacl
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