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Monday, April 16, 2012


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Surfing YouTube earlier, I came upon some ufo videos and some videos about ancient civilization, massive, perfectly cut rocks fitting together so even a sliver of paper can't pass between them. I found some photos of evidence on Mars of habitation, grids of more or less straight lines, the face on Mars, evidence of a beach, 5-sided pyramids. Since satellites now have images of every inch of earth from above, a pyramid and city have been discovered in Bulgaria. Pyramids in China. Layouts of cities under the ocean, where cities had been. Along the east coast of southern Mexico I understand there are remains of cities just below the water's surface that can be visited by divers. South America is loaded with archaeology of the very earliest civilization that continued until the Spanish destroyed their civilization and took their gold. The Spanish civilization came through Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome and Europe. Evidently the civilization of South America began where Peru is now, spreading, evolving and devolving until discovered by the civilization begun in Africa, when it was destroyed upon discovery. As in all conflicts, the rule of thumb applies that the side with the most advanced technology wins. Remains of their civilization are archived in our civilization's museums.

I've an idea when China opens enough that their pyramids can be excavated and studied, if they aren't already, and surely they are, the results may show that another civilization began there that became Asian civilization. Other pyramids have been discovered all over the earth. Mexico is loaded with them, the Yucatan peninsula, especially, where the Mayans were. Evidences have been found all over the earth of a round of civilization that preceded this one. All of it went away, is buried under the ground. Places have a way of coming and going. Didn't Jesus say that Galilee would vanish from the earth such that traces would never be found. Archaeologists, to my understanding, have not yet been able to find where Galilee once was. That's just a couple thousand years. Land masses rise and fall during earthquakes. The ones that fall would be underwater. Over the last century, archaeological discoveries have revealed that the earth has had at least two completely separate in time rounds of civilization, possibly more. Cosmic time, the ages of stone in relation to our short-lived time of walking/thinking self-centered meat, is so long that from our point of view it's almost eternal. It's as foundational as solid rock. That rock was once liquid, and before that it was gas, before that spirit, and it started as a whim.

Zacharias Sitchin has written very convincingly in The Twelfth Planet that we were "seeded" here on earth at a place, if I remember correctly, on the west coast of South Africa, by "extra-terrestrials," released to evolve through the whole process from tribalism to nationalism and beyond. Graham Hancock has a fascinating book, Fingerprints of The Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization, where he finds the origins of our civilizations in the most ancient archaeology. He has another fascinating book on Mars, The Mars Mystery. He makes a convincing case for what happened to life on Mars, civilization, water. Evidently, the planet, which is half the size of earth, was T-boned, a direct hit by an asteroid twice the size of Texas, a cannonball, that penetrated the surface and is lodged inside the planet. The picture most often seen of Mars, the side with the big bulge and the split across it, is the opposite end from where the asteroid hit. When it penetrated the planet, it was pushing its way out the other side when it stopped inside. The planet died from a gunshot wound to the heart. It's a risk out in the universe, in a galaxy, in a solar system. Debris. Our atmosphere burns up most of the debris we come into contact with, but sometimes a chunk comes through that is too big to burn up. Meteorites. They come in all sizes from grain of sand on up to a boulder that could come through the roof, the ceiling, the floor, the cement basement floor and stick in the ground in a nano-second, the resistance the same as none.

So much has come up in the last century, thanks largely to the scientific method, in the way of archaeology, anthropology, astronomy, geology, it will take at least a thousand years for the people of civilization that follow this time of discovery to assimilate it. These studies have just begun. One thing I see coming about after a thousand years of scientific examination is nobody ever saying, "I don't believe in that." Like with evolution or gravity or any other natural law, certain humans believe it matters whether they believe something or not. It doesn't matter at all what I believe to be the case. What is the case remains the case, whatever I believe of it. Somebody tells me they don't "believe in" evolution. I don't care. That changes nothing. I can say I don't believe in bananas. That doesn't stop bananas from growing.  


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