SPOOKY, HUH?

down there

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So:

pc, notfor all you blasted Realists and Rationalists and otherwise atheistic/agnostic cynics out there—cry “Raspberry~!” and let loose the dogs of ire.

In other words, learned fellows, try to enforce an open mind. (Open, I said … not empty. Tut~!)

DO SCIENTISTS

have all the answers?

No.

Neither do the religious, the superstitious, the rational, the credulous, the incredulous, and anyone I may have missed. Nobody does (except me, but I don’t count—nobody listens to a dog …)

MY PREVIOUS POSTS

were about one Edgar Cayce and the disproportionate effect he has had/is having on modern Egyptian archaeology. You can Google the name and explore the topic for yourself, I’m more tied up with the here and now—and my own ‘here and now’ sadly moves over in the boat to make room for the above quote from Hamlet.

I HAVE EXPERIENCED

things that I cannot explain rationally—but by the same stroke of the brush I cannot accept ghosties, spooks, spirits, shades, wraiths, phantoms, gods, angels, and things that go ‘plop~!’ in the night for no reason.

TELEPATHY

being one of them. Precognition being another. Take my word for it (or not, ’tis all the same to me) —I know what I know, and having run it through all the conventional filters am happy to accept that there are indeed “more things” etc etc.

BUT WORDs TO THE WISE

  • do your own research
  • don’t take anyone’s word as absolute
  • always doubt—

—doubt your own senses, distrust your own eyes, and when all else fails just keep on asking. Any reasonable stage magician can help you with your homework.

CREDIT WHERE DUE

Ol’ Cayce was a very clever man. A man who if right is denied the acclaim he is due—if wrong has no damned credibility to direct control of the Giza Plateau in modern Egypt.

I understand that Cayce also claimed there was/is a “Hall of Records” from ancient Atlantis under the front starboard paw of The Sphinx.

I understand that some enthusiasts with echo sounders and other scientific stuffs agree that indeed, there is a void of some kind in that location … I also understand that Hawass and his cronies will NOT permit independent excavation there. (You can see why, of course, a tiny exploratory hole dug there might cause the entire Sphinx to collapse … it is, after all, thousands of years old.)

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can o' worms

 

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RESTORATION? OR

IS IT VANDALISM …

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where will glorious Dr Zahi Hawass have his plaque inserted?

(With of course, a requisite throwaway brieffie footnote mention, perhaps, of his long suffering sidekick.)

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We all know the above beast.

‘Nuff sed, and the Sphinx too … let’s get closer:

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—and ponder: are we looking at ‘restoration’ here, or is it actually original (think “new, modern, contemporary” …) artwork passing under that rubric?

I GUESS

so long as the spirit of the brute is (somehow) retained the actual actualities don’t really matter—perhaps those ‘ribs’ will in the long run be fleshed out to look more like the uneroded beast of yore?

If it had been moi in charge I’d have looked long and hard at the possibilities presented by modern spray-on plastics/lacquers and stuff. (Maybe he did …)

If short of the requisite funds I’d have offered a limited high-charge tour through the tunnelly bits within and beneath and so let ol’ Leo fund his own repairs.

There’s another possibility (but here we go crank) (nobody wants that, do we?) and that is the possibility that ol’ Zahi is—in plain sight—simply reburying evidences of some kind. Good on him—I cannot stand the guy (does it show?) but he has to be admired, sometimes … hell, even Hitler made the trains run on time.

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“Love me, love my hat (thanks, Mr Jones; much obliged).”

 

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Oh ... WOW!

Oh … WOW~!

LOST ANCIENT

TECHNOLO    SKILLS

a small, biggererand the very essential all-driving will to create. (Without both you ain’t gonna get nowhere.)

IN BRIEF:

  • this post is a bunch of eclectically garnered images
  • and a brieffie explanation (of sorts).

TOPIC:

the Serapeum. (Ya wanna know more? Go google …)

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AND HERE IS

where it calls for a wee bit of imagination—

—as always we are told that there was no sign of ‘lamp black’ or soot/s on the walls and ceilings when first discovered.  Okaaaaaaayyyy …

The explanation is

that the place was a graveyard for the remains of the sacred bulls, and those polished granite boxes were wee coffins, sort of. Could be true … but who would go to the lengths of pilfering ancient beefs? The boxes were all empty … no bull remains were ever found there (if we are to believe the cranks).

BUT MY OWN INTRIGUEMENT IS

how were they made, and even more, how were they delivered & installed—given that the boxes weigh (I am told often enough) some seventy tons each, and the lids are thirty tons each—

70 + 30 = 100 tons

(each)

—is that WOW~! or wot?

I’ll leave it to you to conjecture how many slaves/taxpayers/volunteers would be required to even budge the buggers, much less get ’em in and snuggle them down into their wee niches.

While you’re at it, ponder how they manoeuvred them around corners and things down there. (I’ll admit it, I haven’t a bloody clue, and the fruit-loop offer of ‘sonic levitation’ makes as much sense as manpower. Perhaps YOU may have a suggestion?*

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*  Keep it seemly …

WHOA! WEREN’T YOU

LISTENING? Bop 2

You throw your hands up in righteous frustration as yet another loopy (it means crackers) crosses and blights your screen.

“Come on,” you squawk. “Puhleeeeeze, come ONNNNNN~!”

And well you might.

Justifiably so.

No evidence, you see.

Or, do you look but not see? Do you remember—

(“But,” you squawk, “I’m different! An open mind! Go ahead, you easily duped imbecile, SHOW me! Where’s ya bloody evidence?”)

—when Science was enraged because some damned crank suggested that the huge bones were actually genuine relics of monsters long departed? (Impossible monsters, because anything that big and heavy would just collapse under its own weight…)

I SAY AGAIN

there’s science and there’s fashion, and that much ‘science’ is no more than (the current) fashion.

I also restate that often yesterday’s highly lauded scientific ‘expert’ is today’s sad giggle. Sad because ‘authority’ enabled it to dictate fict from faction and so further confute the innocent. (But it kept/keeps some folks in funded tenure …).

EVIDENCE?

Look at what the ancients did. Achieved. And ponder how we might replicate such—given only their (known) state of technologies. (Petra, anybody? The GP of E?) Still not convinced—then go research a bit on the Serapeum*).

BUT IT’S NOT

just Egypt, is it? It’s all over the world, little nibbles of derided evidences here and there that add up to one huge unknown.

Again my advice is:

DO NOT GO THERE

 

—because beyond a point there be monsters. Let them bite you and your life will never be the same again.

OOPS, I NEARLY FORGOT

Always invoke the essential query—        down there

W . I . I . F. M?

—applied to whatever Authority is modestly pontificating in answer to your queries.

Here, have a nice box for your trinkets—

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Box itself weighs in at about seventy tons, lid is about thirty. Wow?

If you read up on these things you may be impressed, I certainly was; underground in very narrow passages … and all for bulls**

Sure …

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* If not at least a bit impressed there’s no hope for you.

** BS more like …

LET’S START

SIMPLY.  PC, not

The cranks at whose feet I sit with rapt attention often quote much the same unbelievable stuff. But then again, the Establishment does (and always did) likewise. So it all boils down to judgement on the part of the beholder: Who presents the more convincing case, hmm?

WE ARE PRESENTED

by history itself with a whole bunch of enigmatic enigmas. Enigmae. Puzzles … for which there are absolutely no shortage of expert explanations—ranging from the almost possible to the totally absurd; acceptance or rejection often boils down to prestige versus the WTF reflex.

FOR EXAMPLE

we are told that the trinket in the below photo dates back to the time when the ancient Egyptians had no better stone-working tools than copper chisels, wet string, sand, balls made of very hard rock (diorite) and probably a few bronze saws. (The balls were used to make statues and things, and a damn’ fine job they made of it too)(we are told).

BUT, BUT, BUT …

how likely, really, even given the wealth and total power of the Living God that was Pharaoh … is it that a herd of mallet-men wielding their balls and rubbing with sand could come up with (say) … this:down there

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?

It’s quite big, too. I understand that what we are looking at there was rejected by QA but I could be wrong. Without looking it up I do believe it was made from a quite hard stone—but even if it were made of wet clay and allowed to dry it would still be a bit impressive.

GIVEN THAT

copper and/or bronze saws and stuff have a ‘major’ working with hard stone—could YOU create something like it using a diorite ball, fist sized or just a little bigger?

Oh … really? Hold me tight … I damned well couldn’t.

But wait—it gets better. Tomorrow I hope to post some real ‘things to think about’ but right now I need some sleep. I’ll close with an image of the archaeologist’s standard explanation for how that ancients made such things—

chimp rocks

—and leave it to you to decide if you’ll run with their ball. (Or break out—think for yourself.)

Good night~!

dodo

 

dodo

dodo

dodo

dodo

 

 

DU-UUUHHHH …

LET’S OPEN WITH A QUOTE

from the mighty

NEW ZEALAND HERALD

—and here’s your quote:

dodo

Lack of sunlight

One of the potential reasons for this spike in allergies could be lifestyle-related, due to a lack of vitamin D. We’re spending less time outdoors and this decrease in exposure to sunlight could be behind our body’s inability …

According to The Guardian … have looked into how a lack of exposure to sunlight, and the vitamin D deficiency that comes from it, can make infants three times more likely to have …

sourced:  CLICK HERE

Please at least try to guess my motivations in posting this~?

AND NOT (MUCH) RELATED

if you drive past Winton’s primary schools at any time the kids are rampant you may notice one possibly irrelevant detail …

down there

—all the little monsters are wearing wide-brimmed hats and dolled up in anti-cosmic radiation gear—by edict of the educated ladies who know what they’re on about: namely that our friendly little star is actually a monstrous slavering beast who wants nothing more than to scorch children to smithereens. (‘Educated’ in this case means right up in current Social Wisdoms: ie the sun, fresh air, and anything else not approved by the Social Media is to be shunned.) 

THANK GOD

for (the few) school teachers who actually take an objective look at Life.

But to moi as a silly old poop with few modern indoctrinations—it is obvious that we weren’t evolved to be swaddled away from our environment.

Nick

“Hey, Argie … not MY doing!”

Now look again at that quote, and consider whether the word ‘potential’ was misused  …  wouldn’t ‘possible’ have been more apt?

Is New Zealand journalism now ripe for ‘affirmative action’ on behalf of linguistic reactionaries? Don’t ask me:  I’m still mourning the loss of the Proof Reader.

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HERE ‘TIS,

THE TOP PHOTO OF THE LAST

two millenniums. Millennia. Thingies …

The Catholic Church (we are told) has developed (in secret, utilising the (donated?) services of some of the greatest scientific brains) a

CHRONOVISOR

which as nobody knows is a TV set capable of blending modern electronics* and the Power Of Christ to (in real time) throw up an image from any four-dimensional coordinates. (NOTE: any.)

I IMAGINE 

that ‘they’ are keeping it well under wraps even after half a century because of the immense power it would afford anyone who had one and knew how to use it.

They have, we are reliably (?) informed, used it to observe at first hand the Crucifiction of Christ. (I guess ol’ God allowed them to because such unarguable proof can only help His purposes, no?).

SO HERE

for all you ignoramus heathens out there is a genuine photo of the face of Christ-on-the-cross as presented by the fruits of the greatest minds ever—

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—set alongside a (guesswork? Inspired?) painting of such. Pretty dam’ good, no?

IF YOU DOUBT

go Google the word ‘Chronovisor’ for yourself.

You’ll be very impressed, with it you can eavesdrop on (say) Yamamoto and his merry men planning the attack on Pearl Harbour, or watch Robin Hood loose his final (“Bury me where it lands, Chaps …) shaft, or if more adventurous you might even watch the Big Bang itself in real time (or God creating everything, better minds than mine are still debating that point).

WHAT I’M WAITING FOR

is for these things to come onto the market.

They’ll probably be beyond my pay-grade but what if the heads of all the disputing factions got one? No more wars—

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—unless of course, you got in firstest with the mostest. Brrrrrr …

AND FOR ANYONE

who actually believes in any of this, I still have that bridge for sale in Australia. Cheap. Especially, Sir or Madam, for you

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BOOM BOOM!

* Okaaaaayyyy … once was modern. I wonder if they’ve updated it to the solid-state micro-chip version yet? (Vacuum tubes, valves, and CRTs … so very old hat these days.)