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    There is no other place on Earth like Egypt’s Giza Plateau. Anyone with even a slight interest in history and civilization is aware of this fact.

    For on this plateau there stands the Great Pyramids and their sculpted guardian, the Great Sphinx.

    Although there are plenty of theories, no one really knows who built the Giza Pyramids or carved the Sphinx, or when they were constructed. Any statement as to who built them, or when they were built, is pure theory. In light of all the various theories concerning these mysterious structures, I don’t think the theoretical nature of the pyramid builders can be emphasized enough.




    What stands out at Giza more than anything else is not only the magnitude of the construction of the pyramids, but the internal design of the Great Pyramid; three chambers, of which one is subterranean, and their connecting passageways. The passageway that leads to the so-called King’s Chamber rises to a height of thirty-six feet! On the other hand, all other passageways were not built tall enough to accommodate the average man or woman.

    There is also the unique configuration of the King’s Chamber as well as the Queen’s Chamber. Both of these contain two shafts, one on each side of the chamber. The Queen’s Chamber contains a corbelled niche built into its east wall, and the King’s Chamber’s ceiling is composed of five granite slabs stacked one atop the other. Why these chambers were constructed in this manner is unknown.

    The official theory is that the pyramids were tombs, and that King Khufu kept changing his mind where his burial chamber was to be placed; thus, the reason for three chambers in the Great Pyramid. However, in comparison to typical Egyptian burial methods (the mastaba and the tombs in the Valley of the Kings), the Giza pyramids, and particularly the Great Pyramid, do not fair well within the Egyptian concept of a tomb.

    The Ancient Egyptian View of the Afterlife

    The Egyptians believed in an afterlife, and the tomb was an important part of that belief. As the tomb of King Tutankhamun testifies, the deceased’s chamber of internment was to be decorated with art and filled with that person’s possessions.


    A highly imaginative rendering of the King’s chamber of the Great Pyramid
    of Egypt.



    Why they practiced this ritual was not for superstitious reasons, as one might suspect. It was practical, according to their beliefs, and aimed at preventing that person’s energy (spirit) from being re-absorbed into Nature’s spiritual force.

    For the ancient Egyptians, Ba animated a living person, whereas Ka was the energy emanating from that person.

    Although not an exact analogy, the Ka and the Ba are what traditional Western thought might refer as spirit and soul. Another important aspect of Egyptian belief represented immortality, the ankh, depicted as the crested ibis.

    The Ka, represented in art by up-stretched arms, was believed to be the part of man’s consciousness and energy (man’s spirit or inner quality) that related to the immediate world. It is the part of us connected to the physical body; where it lived, its possessions, as well as the people he or she was acquainted with.

    The Ka can be likened to one’s personality, which upon death is separated from the body, and naturally seeks a way to once again take form. The Ba, represented by a winged human head, or sometimes a human-faced bird, represented the part of consciousness that is immortal.

    When someone passed away, it was their goal as well as the hope of the family, that the deceased’s Ka would seek a way to remain united with their Ba. To help accomplish this eternal union, the possessions of the deceased were gathered together by the family and placed in the tomb with the mummified body.

    Mummification prevented the body from decomposing and returning to the soil of the Earth, whereas the tomb, with the deceased’s possessions, served as a ‘home’ for the Ka. As a result, the Ka maintained its identity in the spiritual world and could seek out its Ba in order to achieve ankh, which resulted in the resurrected and glorified form of the deceased beyond the limits of an earthly realm.

    Pyramids and the Concept of the Egyptian Tomb

    Like the pharaonic tombs carved into the Valley of the Kings, royal mastabas built during the early dynasties – some as early as 3000 BCE – were also designed with ‘home’ in mind, as that home relates to a person’s Ka.




    Case in point: from the sixth dynasty, Mereruka’s mastaba was crafted in mansion-like proportion with thirty-two rooms and adorned with statues and art depicting, for example, scenes of wildlife along the Nile River.

    The traits of Egyptian domestic life, so beautifully incorporated into the design of their tombs, are not found in the Giza pyramids. The Giza pyramids contain no art or hieroglyphics of any kind, very uncharacteristic of Egyptian tombs. So why is it the case that the Giza pyramids are generally considered to be tombs of fourth dynasty Pharaohs? The reason is because of an association of the Giza complex with another development ten miles south at Sakkara where the Egyptians really did build tombs as pyramids.

    At Sakkara in 1881, the French Egyptologist, Gaston Maspero (1846–1916) discovered that the subterranean chamber of the Pepi I Pyramid (second ruler of the sixth dynasty) was engraved with hieroglyphics. Over the course of subsequent explorations, it was discovered that a total of five pyramids at Sakkara also contained inscriptions, from the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth dynasties of the Old Kingdom. In 1952, Dr. Samuel A.B. Mercer (1879–1969), Professor of Semitic Languages and Egyptology at the University of Toronto, published a complete English translation of “The Pyramid Texts” in a volume of the same name.

    According to Mercer, The Pyramid Texts contained ‘words to be spoken’ concerning funerary ritual, magical formulae, and religious hymns, as well as prayers and petitions on behalf of the deceased king.

    With the pyramids at Sakkara being confirmed as tombs the associative logic came to be that all pyramids must be tombs. Furthermore, since there are two cemeteries (mastaba fields) to the east and west of the northernmost Giza pyramid, assuming that all pyramids are tombs was a likely conclusion. However, the condition of the Sakkara pyramids – most of which are believed constructed after the Giza pyramids – poses serious problems in this logical association. Of the pyramids at Sakkara only Djoser’s ‘Step Pyramid’ is in good condition, although not really a true pyramid. (The Step Pyramid was originally a mastaba that was modified into a pyramid.)

    All other pyramids at Sakkara, most of which belong to the fifth and sixth dynasties are in ruins today and resemble mounds of rubble.

    According to a consensus of Egyptologists, Djoser’s Step Pyramid at Sakkara was constructed during the third dynasty and was the forerunner to the fourth dynasty pyramids on the Giza Plateau. After pyramid development at Giza, for whatever reason, the focus of pyramid building shifted back to Sakkara.

    The Great Pyramid – A Device

    The easily observable and obvious differences in the Giza pyramids and the Sakkara pyramids, which were all supposed to have been built during the same era, are a problem. Clearly, the construction techniques, as well as materials, for the Giza pyramids were different than those at Sakkara, or else we would expect pyramids at both sites to have stood the test of time in a similar manner. They did not. The important point is why. Did the engineers and construction workers of the Old Kingdom not pass along their methods from the fourth to the fifth dynasty? It seems they did not, which is a very curious occurrence given the stability of Egyptian civilisation. It may also be the case that the fourth dynasty Egyptians did not build the Giza pyramids.

    No other pyramid in Egypt (the world for that matter) is like the Giza pyramids, and in particular the Great Pyramid. Additionally, there is no direct evidence to support the claim that the Great Pyramid, or the other Giza pyramids were tombs. Nor is there any record left by its builders as to what it was for or when it was built. This creates a problem of explanation. If the Great Pyramid was not a tomb, then what was it?

    A mystical temple for initiation ritual, or a public works project designed to unify the country? Or, was it something else entirely? Theories are abundant, but the only theory I am aware of that covers all aspects of the Great Pyramid’s interior design, is Christopher Dunn’s theory that it was a device.

    According to Dunn, the Great Pyramid was a machine for producing power by converting tectonic vibration into electricity.




    There are a number of reasons to accept Dunn analysis. First, he explains the interior design and all other evidence within the Great Pyramid in a cohesive manner. Second, he demonstrates the technical skills required to accomplish precision construction. Third, Dunn’s expertise and career is in the precision fabrication and manufacturing industry, which makes him uniquely qualified to express a professional opinion on the techniques and tools of the Giza pyramid builders.

    The fact is, modern construction companies could not build the Great Pyramid today without first inventing specialised tools and techniques in order to deal with blocks of stone that vary in weight from ten to fifty tons. Such an endeavour would be on a magnitude equivalent to building a hydroelectric dam or a nuclear power station requiring tens of billions of dollars in resources.

    Although our modern economy is different than that of the ancient world, the resource required now as compared to then is the same! The stone must be quarried and moved and the workers must be paid. The fact that an extremely large amount of resources were dedicated to Giza pyramid development over a long period of time demands, in my opinion, that pyramid building was utilitarian, and not for any fourth dynasty pharaonic vanity of having the largest headstone in the world.

    Prehistory – Evidence and Perspective

    For me, the evidence clearly tells a very different story of early dynastic Egypt. Sometime around 3000 BCE, the establishment and growth of permanent settlements in the Lower Nile Valley led to the development of civilisation. Why Giza and the surrounding area were chosen as the focal point for early Dynastic Egypt was because ‘civilisation’ had been there before, as the three pyramids and the Great Sphinx testify. Without knowing what the pyramids were designed for, the early Egyptians also assumed they must have been tombs. As a result, they rejuvenated the Giza Plateau and turned it into a Necropolis, then expanded to Sakkara where they built tombs in pyramid form, albeit of lesser quality and not brandishing the skills the original builders of the Giza pyramids demonstrated.

    Pyramid building, even the smaller ones at Sakkara, was resource intense, so the Egyptians reverted to burying their nobility in the traditional mastaba.

    This scenario, which calls for an earlier civilisation with advanced technical skills, poses another problem. It does not fit the standard model of history. However, the notion that an earlier civilisation existed does not rest on the Giza pyramids alone. There is also the Sphinx, which in 1991 was geologically dated to between 7,000 and 9,000 years old by the team of John Anthony West and geologist Dr. Robert Schoch. Add to that the megaliths of Nabta Playa in southwestern Egypt, which is believed to have been a star viewing diagram, according to astrophysicist Dr. Thomas Brophy, that relates not only the distance from Earth to the belt stars of Orion, but their radial velocities as well. Another ‘head scratching’ discovery is the 1260-ton foundation stones of the Baalbek temple, west of Beirut in Lebanon, one of which was left in its quarry.

    Clearly history has its secrets, but there is enough evidence to validate, as theory, that civilisation is much older than we have previously believed. History, according to the ancient Egyptians themselves, confirms this. According to the Papyrus of Turin, which is a complete list of kings up to the New Kingdom, before Menes (before 3000 BCE) the:

    …venerables Shemsu-Hor, [reigned] 13,420 years
    Reigns up to Shemsu-Hor, 23,200 year


    These two lines in the king’s list are explicit. According to their documents, the total years of Egyptian history goes back 36,620 years.

    The argument that the years in the king’s list do not represent actual years, but some other, shorter, measurement of time seems more of an attempt to explain away than to explain. The ancient Egyptians employed a sophisticated calendar system that involved a 365-day year, which was periodically corrected through the predictable and cyclical nature of the star Sirius. Every 1,461 years, the heliacal rising of Sirius marked the beginning of the new year.

    A single Sirius cycle corresponds to 1,461 years, where each year is equivalent to 365.25 days. In essence, the marking of the New Year at the heliacal rising of Sirius was the ancient Egyptian’s ‘leap year.’ Of course, determining the length of Sirius’ cyclical nature requires stellar observation over thousands of years which means the origins of pharaonic Egypt, or its source of knowledge, must originate in the remote past.

    Late twentieth century Egyptologist Walter Emery seems to have agreed in principle that the origins of ancient Egypt date well into prehistory. Emery believed that ancient Egypt’s written language was beyond the use of pictorial symbols, even during the earliest dynasties, and that signs were also used to represent sounds, along with a numerical system. When hieroglyphics had been stylised and used in architecture, a cursive script was already in common use. His conclusion was that:

    All this shows that the written language must have had a considerable period of development behind it, of which no trace has as yet been found in Egypt.

    Ancient Egyptian religion also testifies to a considerable period of development. Their religion, which is more of a philosophy of nature and life than it is a ‘religion,’ is based on a level of sophistication that, in all respects, appears more scientific than it does mythical.




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    The base of the Pyramids in Egypt is very specific to rigidly tying it's structure to the earth. They are fully Earthquake resistant due to this feature (like random interlocking base blocks - except on closer inspection, they aren't random). Also the area around Giza is quite active in terms of tectonic activity ... might be something to this theory.
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    Here is some more research that shows the existence of an advanced civilization before that which is currently acknowledged by the mainstream.


    Megalithic structures point to civilizations dating back over possibly millions of years:

    http://earthbeforeflood.com/who_and_...c_complex.html

    Giant megaliths of the Ural Mountains:
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    The plejaren say the pyramids are 73,340 years old, built in two stages, by 200,000 free men and a handful of off world humans posing as gods. .. this is from a contact report in 1975 ... you can type in the search box pyramids of egypt on the website of theyfly.com or the future of mankind website to read the exact contact report concerning the building of the pyramids ...
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    Quote Posted by ghostrider (here)
    The plejaren say the pyramids are 73,340 years old, built in two stages, by 200,000 free men and a handful of off world humans posing as gods. .. this is from a contact report in 1975 ... you can type in the search box pyramids of egypt on the website of theyfly.com or the future of mankind website to read the exact contact report concerning the building of the pyramids ...
    Carmen Boulter in the pyramid code documentaries indicated that the river nile had a different route in very ancient times, which lined up with ruins that are found in sanddunes. The giza plateau was still near the river, even in those days. She points out that the base structure around the second largest pyramid is vastly older than the current pyramid is. 70k bce is a good ball park figure for its age.

    The Bosnian pyramid has been carbon dated to 25k bce, so its quite plausible that giza is much older than that.

    Carmen also said in a more recent interview that Klaus Donna had used satellite based ground penetrating radar to expose hidden chambers under the plateau, likely linked to that ancient civilization.

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    What I believe to be true is the Pyramids of Giza were built by a remnant of the fallen Atlantean civilization. It's known, or at least believed, in Atlantean lore, that Atlantis underwent 3 major cataclysms, the last final 'fall' and destruction occurring amid earth changes approximately 12,000 years ago - and that ties in very well with Graham Hancock's research, which states that an ancient, highly advanced civilization existed at and up to the end of the Ice Age.

    That is where I personally date the Pyramids and the Sphinx. There have been a number of accounts over the years, Edgar Cayce being just one, that claimed the Atlantean survivors resettled in various parts of the globe, some in the Americas and Europe (notably, according to Cayce, the Pyrenees - which may explain the mysterious origin of the Basque culture and language, which does not tally with any other), and particularly Egypt. It is said that Isis was a very real person, possibly an Atlantean priestess, and she may have been one of these survivors who came to Egypt to restart or at least preserve what was left of Atlantean knowledge and culture. It is these Atlanteans who built the Pyramids at Giza, and they were not tombs. I think they have several different functions, but I do not think electrical generators is correct.

    My theory - and gut feeling - is they were healing devices. Better still, machines of rejuvenation, or even resurrection (from the dead). The sarcophagus could originally and actually have really been a machine that brought life and vitality to the sick and dying. But after many centuries, once the Atlanteans had long since faded away, along with all their technical and spiritual knowledge, all that was left in the minds of native peoples was a vague notion of Gods, and myths, and magic. But it inspired the notion of tombs, it inspired also, maybe, the notion of mumification. It is little wonder that a cult of worship sprang up around all this 'magic'. And little wonder also that the Egyptian civilization that came after sought to reproduce or recreate the magical sarcophagi from the amazing Pyramids of old. That explains the sunken, dilapidated Sakkara pyramids of later millennia - merely crude replicas that they attempted, which only approximated the exterior shape of the Great Pyramid, but had nothing of the content or context or functionality of the original. The knowledge was long lost.

    Just take a look at some of the evidence of, for example, the 'Ancient Aliens' series, as well as a ton of stories, myths and legends, and you will see that in these remote, antediluvian times visitors or God-like beings appeared in the skies, and came down to earth to spread their wisdom (and maybe their wars). Some indeed may have been alien indeed. I believe that. But others, those who came down physically to settle upon the earth, and built upon the earth their amazing structures that we cannot reproduce today, startling primitive, aboriginal men, who would look upon them as Gods, were, more than likely of Atlantean origin.
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    Quote Posted by Star Mariner (here)
    What I believe to be true is the Pyramids of Giza were built by a remnant of the fallen Atlantean civilization. It's known, or at least believed, in Atlantean lore, that Atlantis underwent 3 major cataclysms, the last final 'fall' and destruction occurring amid earth changes approximately 12,000 years ago - and that ties in very well with Graham Hancock's research, which states that an ancient, highly advanced civilization existed at and up to the end of the Ice Age.

    That is where I personally date the Pyramids and the Sphinx. There have been a number of accounts over the years, Edgar Cayce being just one, that claimed the Atlantean survivors resettled in various parts of the globe, some in the Americas and Europe (notably, according to Cayce, the Pyrenees - which may explain the mysterious origin of the Basque culture and language, which does not tally with any other), and particularly Egypt. It is said that Isis was a very real person, possibly an Atlantean priestess, and she may have been one of these survivors who came to Egypt to restart or at least preserve what was left of Atlantean knowledge and culture. It is these Atlanteans who built the Pyramids at Giza, and they were not tombs. I think they have several different functions, but I do not think electrical generators is correct.

    My theory - and gut feeling - is they were healing devices. Better still, machines of rejuvenation, or even resurrection (from the dead). The sarcophagus could originally and actually have really been a machine that brought life and vitality to the sick and dying. But after many centuries, once the Atlanteans had long since faded away, along with all their technical and spiritual knowledge, all that was left in the minds of native peoples was a vague notion of Gods, and myths, and magic. But it inspired the notion of tombs, it inspired also, maybe, the notion of mumification. It is little wonder that a cult of worship sprang up around all this 'magic'. And little wonder also that the Egyptian civilization that came after sought to reproduce or recreate the magical sarcophagi from the amazing Pyramids of old. That explains the sunken, dilapidated Sakkara pyramids of later millennia - merely crude replicas that they attempted, which only approximated the exterior shape of the Great Pyramid, but had nothing of the content or context or functionality of the original. The knowledge was long lost.

    Just take a look at some of the evidence of, for example, the 'Ancient Aliens' series, as well as a ton of stories, myths and legends, and you will see that in these remote, antediluvian times visitors or God-like beings appeared in the skies, and came down to earth to spread their wisdom (and maybe their wars). Some indeed may have been alien indeed. I believe that. But others, those who came down physically to settle upon the earth, and built upon the earth their amazing structures that we cannot reproduce today, startling primitive, aboriginal men, who would look upon them as Gods, were, more than likely of Atlantean origin.
    Star Mariner, Edgar Casey indicated that the currently standing Giza pyramids were built around 10000 bce, so that corresponds to your intuition and hancocks work, though the sphinx may be much older. Carmen Boulter recalls past lives as an egyptian initiate and she indicates that the various complexes along the old route of the river nile were indeed places where initiates were indeed given 'boosts', so your intuition is possibly correct there too.

    Carmen made the further point that, in discussions with her egyptian shaman, they concluded that the current giza structures were built upon the remnants of much older structures. She in particular cited the second largest pyramid that is built on a site that shows a much large building had been there.

    There is lots of other evidence of ancient predeluvian civilizations, like gobekle tepe at 10k bce, or the bosnian pyramid, at 25k bce, or baalbek, or the submerged dwarka, at 25k bce, or yoniguna. Anyone who denies this evidence is in denial.
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    The Great Pyramid was built by Kemit civilisation master builders yes they still exist and they are teaching .

    Why it fell well Kemit opened there mystery schools to Europeans you have heard of some of there students
    Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, while they were not very advanced in these schools they taught Greeks who were
    in stone age . The king of Egypt was called the king of the world so many invasions came to conquer Egypt
    those with knowledge mainly left or were killed .

    Kemit were only the last civilisation great to emerge all the really civilisations old lie in the south as the desert made the north
    impossible to live there . The Pyramid had many functions it was used as a healing device, a stargate , pumping water ( victor water wizard ),
    acoustic for farming ( enchancing growth food ) , magnetic field for farming , seeds enrichment for better growth , . The kemit mirrored stars as
    there still are many undiscovered Pyramid at Giza covered in sand . The pryminads were built harmonic at a special place on earth to a specification
    used in extraterristerial communication ( bruce cathie ) amonst other things these specifications are used in ufo etc .

    The knowledge these people have even today europeans are working fast to catch up with them and to be fair are learning fast with hadrian collier
    which is mapping the harmonic grid

    The blocks were moved acoustic (sound ) or poured or both in building the Pyramid. Africa civilisation goes back about 300,000 years .
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