I SAY …
push the limits? Who dictates that we must stay within the square, hmm? But we do. We’re good, we do as instructed by our elders and betters—especially those licensed to be ‘authoritative’; like (say) the nice experts who dictate facts such as the age of (say) the Great Pyramid in Egypt. Age, and function, and by function I mean its purpose—damned thing was thrown up to be a tomb for an obvious megalomanic narcissist*.
BUT AS A SELF-CONFESSED
nutcase I can get away with asking dum questions.(I rarely get satisfactory answers but I do like to ask).
I ASK BY PRESENTING
information for others to think about. Think, I said—and this is important, I want desperately to trigger neither gasps of admiration nor snorts of (blanket) disbelief; I just want to get people to think**.
A pretty wee bracelet, hmm? Here, have another beak at it …
… click on any pic to be taken to the source.
AND IN A SIMILAR VEIN
at the other end of the globe we now have people doubting the Gospel of the Amazon.
Just a few, yet, but it’s coming. Give it wings …
If you enjoyed (?) that article—I haven’t a clue about the writers (yet)—then you may like to Google the term ‘terra preta’ and see if you can’t work the results into a growing picture of some kind.
AND BLENDING DISPARATE STUFFS
into one, a final question: how come some ancient Egyptian mummies have traces of cannabis and nicotine in them …
* But let us not mention that no corpus deceasedus was ever found in the GP of E, neither was any manner of valediction (or even signature) other than one wee daub tucked away far far far far out of anyone’s expectable sight we don’t want to embarrass any educated conclusions (or ‘facts’) now, do we?
** Okay, possibly some of my sources may be less than state-of-the-art … but for thinkers this can’t be too much of a problem, no?