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6 days ago
Merrell
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well I do not know. BUT, given your original > question about how HOT it must be stuck between a > huge star like Sirius A and only some 35 AU away > another white dwarf star Sirius B (so close > can't be seen even by land based optical > telescope) that I figure the aliens ARE > respons
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6 days ago
Merrell
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think I might have cracked the answer? > > > Now you know I am not very advanced in my study of > learning the basics of hieroglyphs, but I refer > you to the glyphs in Martin's post of Horus > 'pouring' electricity. > > If you read them, starting top right > > "F
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6 days ago
Merrell
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Horus pouring out some electricity. ... So useful for the Denderah lightbulbs ...
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6 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Merrell - > > It's apparent your goal here is trolling, not > exploring an idea. No, I'm not trolling. I'm asking a fundamental question: how did the putative aliens who supposedly inspired the Dogon's cosmology ever get to Earth in the first place? So far, I've received no answer. I'm
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7 days ago
Merrell
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Horus pouring out some electricity. > Excellent Gives that extra fizz to a cup of tea ...
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7 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Merrell wrote: > > Beings somehow evolved and survived on a white > dwarf star with a surface temperature of 9,940 > kelvins, more than 4,000 K higher than that of the > sun ... So no answer on this point, then?
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9 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Merrell asked on what basis we can see the Dogon > symbolic system as legitimate. I don't dispute the legitimacy of - uncontaminated - Dogon symbols and traditions. What I dispute is misinterpreting those traditional materials to conclude that the Dogon's ancestors came from Sirius ... > A prima
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9 days ago
Merrell
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Laird Scranton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > The Dogon have left us a trail of > scientifically > > reasonable breadcrumbs that lead to a fairly > > simple and intuitive perspective on how the > > energetics work to differentiate matter from >
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9 days ago
Merrell
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > Some context here paints this as not a slam dunk > against Griaule's claims. So alien beings really came to Africa from Sirius 5,000 years ago, did they?
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9 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Dogon creation tradition rests on the actions > of two anthropomorphized characters, Amma and Ogo. > Ogo's name corresponds to an ancient Egyptian god > of light Aakhu; his actions correspond to those of > electricity and light. Amma's attributes > consistently and accurately correspond to
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9 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Merrell wrote: > > Questions were asked here back in 2006. > > Fifteen years is surely sufficient time to check > the evidence? > > Surely the questions are still pertinent. Hit me > with them, one at a time, and I'll try to respond > in an orderly way. The good new is th
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10 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > We have the fortunate circumstance of numerous > ways to cross-check whether Griaule and Dieterlen > misinterpreted anything. ... Questions were asked here back in 2006. Fifteen years is surely sufficient time to check the evidence?
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10 days ago
Merrell
Laird Scranton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Dogon have left us a trail of scientifically > reasonable breadcrumbs No, well, they haven't, have they. If Griaule's and Dieterlen's methods and findings were unsound, any subsequent attempt to draw conclusions from, or work with, that evidence, is going to be fatally flawed.
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10 days ago
Merrell
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > I thank you, but to be honest I think it's > probably a bigger subject than just that. > > Also, I don't really want to go off in that > direction, but personally I have not found > Colavito to be without his biases. Colavito isn't alone on indicating concerns with Griaule and Dieter
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10 days ago
Merrell
Yes ... unfortunately, there've been problems all along the way with the Dogon/secret extraterrestrial knowledge proposition, mentioned in a recent book: QuoteThe secret knowledge was little more than an error made by French anthropologists in the 1930s. A later study found that the anthropologists had overinterpreted myths and legends and had probably introduced the Sirius knowledge themselve
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18 days ago
Merrell
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > T > he bizarre behavior of rotating bodies > > Planet Earth will not regualarly flip and never > has done. 09:55 in the video explains this.
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20 days ago
Merrell
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > > The Wadi el-Jarf papyri weren't exposed: they'd > > originally been placed in a bag (possibly > linen), > > and lay underneath stone blocks (at a depth of > > about 1.5m), in a cavity or niche between two > > portcullises. > > I didn't know that. Thanks. When searchi
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21 days ago
Merrell
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > - why Djedefre and Khufu's cartouche in cursive > hieroglyphs is inside the boat pits ... This is mentioned in The Strange Journey of Humphries Brewer, II, Ch. 24 (n. 30, 34). It's generally held that Djedefre finished the boat for his father (e.g., Nour, 7.)
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21 days ago
Merrell
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > It seems like Herodotus said something about the > Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba connecting with the > Nile as in the letter N, that it was all one > waterway. ... This sounds as if it might come from Book II. I haven't been able to identify your description, though. > I distinctly remember
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23 days ago
Merrell
On a similar point ...
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24 days ago
Merrell
drew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > What's the mystery in moving an old boat? ... Khufu's solar barge is a fascinating object, and is connected with one of the best-known monuments in the ancient world. At one time or another, it has been surrounded by controversy - such as how it got there, whether it could have belonged to a lost civilisatio
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25 days ago
Merrell
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYAKBJ_MPe8 (38:00) But how could a pyramid function simultaneously as both a grain-storage facility and a water-pump? Or is there something I'm missing ... ?
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4 weeks ago
Merrell
DracoMortii Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I tried looking for the Art Bell interview again > and couldn't find it. It was on in the late 90's > when I was a teen. I... So naturally when I > heard this broadcast of an interview where they > were talking about pyramids in the Rockies which I > also hadn't ever heard of. The griffins were
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5 weeks ago
Merrell
Kim Adams Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm not sure if the significance of the 'nubs' on > the blocks at Sacsayhuamán and similar sites has > been discussed in depth before and can't really > look it up because I'm not sure what other people > have called them so forgive me if this is > repeating commonly known information. > &g
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5 weeks ago
Merrell
One would have thought that Scott, after all his extensive international travel, might by now have stopped describing Aylesbury as "to the north of London" or (more irritating still) "in North London." Aylesbury, the county town of Buckinghamshire, is some forty miles to the north-west of central London. Unless of course its location got moved during a recent pole-flip .
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6 weeks ago
Merrell
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... < QuoteDr. Pat Baccili Dr. Pat Baccili helps individuals and organizations break through their limiting Crust so they can reach their unlimited potential. Er ... Would this be anything to do with the Earth Crustal Displacement theory ??
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8 weeks ago
Merrell
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > Thanks for this, Dr. Troglodyte.
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8 weeks ago
Merrell
> Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > I look forward to reading more > > about the Centroid Alignment Theory. > Merrell: > You may wish to refresh your memory with > this archive description. > I have. There is also this. It's interesting to compare the 2007 version of The Giza Codex: Time of the Gods
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8 weeks ago
Merrell
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I look forward to reading more > about the Centroid Alignment Theory. You may wish to refresh your memory with this archive description.
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8 weeks ago
Merrell
Thunderbird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > >>>In short: all the evidence points to the > "Bosnian pyramids" being geological formations, > and not manmade. > > Yes.....The Cladding of blocks which could > actually, actually be ,....Ancient Geopolymer. ... Aaron Sakulich, a geopolymer and cement specialist, perfo
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