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rosie
3rd June 2010, 16:15
Fascinating article, this is my firm believe why Iraq is being invaded, too much ancient history there to be ignored.
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The accidental discovery of single atom elements by a Phoenix-area cotton farmer in the 1970s may have opened the door to limitless free energy, a cure for AIDS and cancer, longevity, faster-than-light speeds, anti-gravity and much more, perhaps even inter-dimensional and time travel.

But this discovery may precipitated new policies and even war in a struggle to gain control over this new technology? And, while this discovery has been startling to modern science, it appears to be nothing new.

As stated in Ecclesiastes 1:9 (New International),
“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.”

Today, several scholars have linked this amazing discovery to the mythology and legends of the far distant past, especially in ancient Mesopotamia today known as Iraq.

Interest in this new technology grew rapidly and by 2003, some researchers were even claiming that the invasion of Iraq made have had more to do with this new discovery than with oil, weapons of mass destruction or regime change. This story of amazing new discoveries, their connection with narratives from the ancient past and the possible role all this plays in current world events is gaining more and more interest within the public. It appears as though these elemental secrets were lost centuries ago, though vestiges of this knowledge may have been passed down through the years by a series of secret societies.

Further down the article:
When it was found that Hudson’s elements, when heated, could achieve a gravitational attraction of less than zero, Puhoff concluded the powder was “exotic matter” capable of bending time and space. The material’s anti-gravitational properties were confirmed when it was shown that a weighing pan weighed less when the power was placed in it than it did empty. The matter had passed its anti-gravitational properties to the pan.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/esp_ciencia_futuretechnology.htm#Petrie

Humble Janitor
4th June 2010, 04:12
Interesting read here. I say that it's time people took back what has always belonged to the people and not the rulers.