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7 years ago
Milo
Justin, It's not about equating. It's a metaphor and you're taking it too literally.
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7 years ago
Milo
> Hi Rob, > > No offense, but maybe those comments would be better in the > thread I linked to? I'm not sure--or maybe I'm just > misunderstanding--how they're relevant here. Hi Aine, You brought up the issue of conspiracy. If you don't want to discuss a subject, it's best not to bring a subject up!
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7 years ago
Milo
tilly1181 wrote: > Milo I enjoy reading your uplifting posts. Most are positive > and reflective. Thanks Thank you, Teresa. One day we will have change and better world.
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7 years ago
Milo
Hi Aine, Interesting thread. The opening statements include: "For every major event, there's a conspiracy theory to explain it. And though the temptation is to treat it as harmless paranoia, a new study finds mere exposure to such information can have serious social consequences." Of course exposure to conspiracy theories can (but not always) have serious consequences because when pe
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > So now you're linking skeptics with conspiracy theorists? You > can't just be satisfied with calling people deniers? > > Come now, Ray. Aine, What's wrong with conspiracy theory per se? Only a gullible and naïve fool would deny there are no groups out there with a hidden agenda. That's why we have opposition parties in politics, for example. The concep
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7 years ago
Milo
Hi Mark, I'm not too perturbed that so many people are stubbornly avoiding the subject. It was so foretold. The seeds for much that has evolved in these times, were sewn many ages ago, and that's how the prophets were able to foresee, with the vision given them by God, what is transpiring today. In Revelation, it mentions seven times that the one who is awake and can see these revelations,
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7 years ago
Milo
Justin, I think you're reading too much into the expression. It's just a metaphor not meant to be taken too literally.
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7 years ago
Milo
Justin and Lew, Dictionary definition of the word "denier": One that denies: a denier of harsh realities. I don't see anything in the dictionary definition to do with holocaust denial. If you both are feeling that you're being accused of holocaust denial, then that is surely in your own minds and no one else's. Holocaust denial is an entirely different issue altogether.
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7 years ago
Milo
MGrant wrote: > But here's the bottom line, Milo. > > More than likely, most people don't want to think about these > things because they don't think they have to. The point that > you know, and Wall Street Guy does, is that this kind of > escapism can't go on forever, and when the sh*t hits the fan, > people will have to start getting real. Very well said, Ma
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7 years ago
Milo
Drew, A few posts back, you wrote in reply to my post: "Money has no connection to the likelihood of one's survival based on my personal experiences. " Why did you write that? It's true that money on its own is not the solution. It's how money (personal energy) is used that can go towards creating a solution. > As to your statement that "money is merely energy&qu
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7 years ago
Milo
Dr. Lew Graham wrote: > Seriously Rob? > > Who said something about money? You did, indirectly and > repetitively. > > It's implicit in your writing/pictures about Wall Street, job > losses, foreclosures, the collapse of the fiat currency system, > etc. Re-read your partisan postings. > > I've just been attempting to zoom out to the satellite view of > the h
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7 years ago
Milo
Dr. Lew Graham wrote: > Aloha Rob, > > The subject line spells out the unseen, false link. Money has > no connection to the likelihood of one's survival based on my > personal experiences. Lew, Who said anything about money being a solution? Please expand. I'm not sure in what context you're talking about. If the economy crashes, then paper money may certainly b
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Rob, > > I think it would take a lot of gall to assume that I, > single-handedly, had arrived at the solution to "fix" society. > (Whatever broad-sweeping and drastic solutions those may be.) > > I don't pretend that I can save the world. Instead, I can do > my part to make it a better place by speaking out against what > I see as
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Aine wrote: > > > > > Rob, that's not going to affect humanity at its very > deepest > > > roots. It'll hurt a lot of people, absolutely, but the > world > > > will go on. > > > > I've always said the world will go on but it would be quite a > > different world to the one that went before. >
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7 years ago
Milo
Dr. Lew Graham wrote: > Rob, > > Re-read your posting and see if you can spot it this time! Hi Drew, I think you must have missed my reply to you, in this post, about what I mean by root causes. I wrote... I'm sorry but I think you misunderstand when I refer to "root causes". By referring to a "root causes", I wasn't referring to a conditions that are diseased,
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Rob, that's not going to affect humanity at its very deepest > roots. It'll hurt a lot of people, absolutely, but the world > will go on. I've always said the world will go on but it would be quite a different world to the one that went before.
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7 years ago
Milo
Justin, Thanks for your reply. The reason for the back and forth is because I'm trying to get clarity. I understand what your saying, but more simply, what I'm saying is that you appear to be treating the symptoms. IMO, it would be less effort and energy consuming, in the longer term, to solve to causes of the problems that manifest in people adopting irrational beliefs in the first place. There
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7 years ago
Milo
7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Aine wrote: > > > > > Milo wrote: > > > > > > > Justin, > > > > > > > > I think we're talking at cross purposes. I'm interesting > in > > > > trying to avoid an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it > scenario > > > from > > > > occurring, but I understand y
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Rob, > > While I might have missed it the first time, I've actually > acknowledged this at least twice. I thought you'd even > responded to it (although perhaps in your zeal to address the > problems of national debt, you'd overlooked it). The book > takes a multidisciplinary approach, relying on researchers from > many different fields includin
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Rob, > > As your surmised, I'm more interested in discussing topics that > are relevant to my book. When we start getting into other > predictions (like economic ones) we are straying a bit far from > the topics I've researched, what I've studied, what I'm > passionate about, and what I'm here to discuss which is the > harmful effects of
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Justin, > > > > I think we're talking at cross purposes. I'm interesting in > > trying to avoid an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it scenario > from > > occurring, but I understand you're trying to promote your > book. > > > > You mean the "collapse of civilization as we know it"? Yes, just like wha
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > > Aine wrote: > > > > > There are people who believe the world is literally coming > > > coming to and end. Where do those beliefs come from? > > Milo wrote: > > > > That's a good question. Perhaps some scientific research > should > > be done on that in order to present a better balanced and > > fuller pic
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7 years ago
Milo
Justin, I think we're talking at cross purposes. I'm interesting in trying to avoid an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it scenario from occurring, but I understand you're trying to promote your book.
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Aine wrote: > > > > > Milo wrote: > > > > > > > Aine wrote: > > > > > > > > > Milo wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > It's not always a case of "hundreds of years ago" > > though. > > > I > > > >
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Has Ray verbally abused you, Aine? > > > > > > > > > > - > > > > Rob, butt out. My argument is not with you. Don't tell me to "butt out". Please watch your language. I take it by your refusal to answer the question that Ray has never verbally abused you.
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7 years ago
Milo
Has Ray verbally abused you, Aine? -
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Aine, > > > > There are 40 words in Ray's post. Which word are you > referring > > to? > > > > Ray knows. He's just being a jerk as usual. I didn't know, actually, and when you resort to verbal abuse it shows just how intellectually impoverished you are. Verbal abuse is also against the code of conduct. You are
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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > Aine wrote: > > > > > Milo wrote: > > > > > > > > > > It's not always a case of "hundreds of years ago" though. > I > > > > cited as recently as 2008, but if there is no change then > > > there > > > > will be doom, gloom, recession, depression and disaster,
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7 years ago
Milo
Justin, Everything in the Creation moves in cycles, but what an increasing number of economic experts are saying is that the next economic downturn could be like no other - it could spell the end of capitalism and the global economic system. So what can be done about it? I'm trying to inform people about what is happening, why it's happening, and advising people to prepare for what may happen if
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