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wensam
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#1306 | Posted: 14 Jan 2013 20:36
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AllSpark:
Freemasons 0 - 1 Alternative Historians

Hope you are right AS!
There is much we can uncover if we think wide enough.
AllSpark
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#1307 | Posted: 16 Feb 2013 22:48 | Edited by: AllSpark
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Have a look at this wall. It's in S. America


Now have a closer look at a similar wall, also from S.America

Look at the slope of (a) and look at the points of (b).
The only way to get this effect is to either 'pour' in liquid form or to 'grow'.
Both methods require shuttering of some kind to prevent overspill at the two sides of the wall.
Have a look at this....
URL
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A clue ?
Ancient Technology........... Oh i think so !
Kozmik
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#1308 | Posted: 16 Feb 2013 23:25
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Your 2nd URL won't play on my puter
Kozmik
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#1309 | Posted: 16 Feb 2013 23:26
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Yes it will, soz. Wrecked
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wensam
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#1310 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 12:32
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AllSpark:
Have a look at this wall. It's in S. America

These pics remind me of my favourite wall Hatunrumiyok, an Inca wall in Peru. The construction has always fascinated me.
AllSpark:
The only way to get this effect is to either 'pour' in liquid form or to 'grow'.

Is it? How about the rocks stacked up and 'sanded', using hydrolics, magnetics, ultrasound crystal technology?
Enjoying the pics AllSpark.
AllSpark
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#1311 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 13:21
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wensam:
How about the rocks stacked up and 'sanded', using hydrolics, magnetics, ultrasound crystal technology?
Enjoying the pics AllSpark.

could you show me an example of how those points at (b) could be made using any of your proposed methods.
Why bother making those little 'nodes' that go into the next block, for what purpose ?
Why not just place them purely on a horizontal flat edge ?
You can see from the lower of the two (b) points, that the lower 2 stones were already in place. The cavity which occurs between these two blocks, has been filled by the large centre block. why not just fill it with the chosen 'mortar'. It's a small area which doesn't require the larger stone to be sculptered because otherwise they would have been made to fit more exactly. There are 5 seperate stones around the bottom of the centre block. The centre block was obviously put there last. Why make it so difficult to have to shape all those blocks around such an irregular shape that fit so tightly ?
The second wall (2nd picture) is more sophisticated than the first, however the method of cutting blocks to irregular shapes seems to be important for the function of strength in both walls.
I'm saying that it's very likely that the first wall is a copy of the second, similar to certain pyramids in Egypt which are inferior copies of the Great Pyramid.
It appears to me that the method for building the first (picture above) of these two walls, is using a more crude method and different from the original (2nd picture above).
wensam
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#1312 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 13:43
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Thank you for the further explanation, as far as examples, sorry, not yet, im not a stone mason, nearly was! Anyway you know me, i go by instinct :)))
I also think of dry-stone dykes and the careful use of balancing the stones, putting the stones together like a jig-saw. Some of the stones in the walls depict animal forms which points to a schematic, a line of thought, planning in order to bring about an idea- scroll down the following link: http://enperublog.com/2009/07/13/hatunrumiyoc-and-the-twelve-angle-stone/
AllSpark:
You can see from the lower of the two (b) points, that the lower 2 stones were already in place.

The overhang could have been shaped this way, to create the desired finish, reveal another aspect of the beauty of the stone?
AllSpark:
There are 5 seperate stones around the bottom of the centre block. The centre block was obviously put there last.

What makes you think that? Perhaps the middle stone was an important element during the construction process and was there near the beginning?
AllSpark
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#1313 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 14:10 | Edited by: AllSpark
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great link wensam.
I wouldn't trust the datings of these walls. The format for dating these structures as you know, is to date anything near it that can be carbon 14 dated. As we know, the ancients tended to re-build on top of or very near to existing structures. Same problem with the Great Pyramid. Plus the inept formula of divide by 80 and multiply by 100 and then conclude a range of somewhere near 150 years either way... hahahahahahahahaha.... sorry about that emotional outburst.
wensam:
im not a stone mason

neither am i.
wensam:
Perhaps the middle stone was an important element during the construction process and was there near the beginning?

Maybe...... anyway, just throwing out a few possibilities, thats why i try and include lots of question marks in my questioning of the historical narrative of things which the mainstream should not be telling us they know of and how things were made in the ancient world.
ie, All ancient sculptures, carvings, stone blocks, etc etc, were made over long periods of time by sad little men of low intelligence and next to no mathematical or geometric knowledge sitting around with a couple of 'round stones' , beating and banging on everything to get it to fit !
Furthermore, the incredulity of mainstream archeology is blocking the path to further educate the masses which in turn prevents further investigation in areas of importance and leaves a horrible taste on the palate.
wensam
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#1314 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 14:36
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AllSpark:
wouldn't trust the datings of these walls.

Thanks, i know this is a difficult process.

AllSpark:
anyway, just throwing out a few possibilities, thats why i try and include lots of question marks in my questioning of the historical narrative of things which the mainstream should not be telling us they know of and how things were made in the ancient world.

Absolutely AllSpark! Im there with you, so happy to think on your questions.

I recreated these types of walls using dental plaster on wood, which i then carved or inscribed with symbols- i thought they were unique to me until i did a little delving around to find out that i had come up with nothing truly different- i subconsciously subscribed to the latent archetypes, but with a different interpretation, or so i think! lol
The only thing i can rely on is my imagination :)))
nordsee220
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#1315 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 14:40 | Edited by: nordsee220
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I think it's amazing that 100 years ago they built a revolutionary new design of a steel arch bridge ove the Tyne in about 2 years.

Recently it took six months of digging to put a 400 yard long bus lane on the A184 here.

Before that it took TWO years to strengthen a bridge not 10% of the size of the Tyne bridge just half a mile east of the new bus lane. The contractors had to do the job twice as they used the wrong procedure first time.

2000 years ago the Romans straightened and levelled our roads. Now we're putting the bends and lumps back in them to stop people using them properly.

I think we're becoming dafter.
wensam
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#1316 | Posted: 17 Feb 2013 14:49
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nordsee220:
I think we're becoming dafter.

Great point and very probable!
Monkey genetics letting them down. lol
Hagbard Celine
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#1317 | Posted: 25 Feb 2013 19:43
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Ben Emlyn-Jones on Energy Politics and UFO's:

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW8MwLIXPh4

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikg8SMc5mLo
Joe
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#1318 | Posted: 28 Feb 2013 22:41 | Edited by: Joe
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Hagbard Celine:
Ben Emlyn-Jones on Energy Politics and UFO's:

Just finished watching your videos on FREE energy etc. A person would have to have their head buried deep in the sand not to notice by now, all the things that are going on; we are being denied Free energy along with a multitude of technology which could/can be run by this infinite source. The establishment has always been the great enemy of the people.

You're doing a great job Ben, in trying to educate/inform others of the technology, which is available to everyone, however, unless something radical happens to force TPTB to let go of what belong to everyone, then I cannot see this life ever changing.
wensam
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#1319 | Posted: 1 Mar 2013 19:37
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AllSpark:
The only way to get this effect is to either 'pour' in liquid form or to 'grow'.
Both methods require shuttering of some kind to prevent overspill at the two sides of the wall.
Have a look at this....

AllSpark, some evidence, possibly in line to back up your hypothesis re 'pouring'

"... the casing stones of the Giza pyramids are synthetic, being of lower density than any quarried stone due to trapped air bubbles and consisting of 85-90% calcite with other exotic mineral constituents like opal CT, hydroxy-apatite and silico-aluminates. CAT-scan work on the core stones have recorded hairs deeply embedded in the matrix of the stone, another clue that the pyramid blocks were cast using liquid stone, though RC14 dating of hair samples contained in the stone have not been reported. This type of test could establish firm construction dates for the stones, though the likelihood of later facade reconstruction is strong. Corroborating evidence for the ancient use of advanced geopolymers comes from Mesopotamia, where the manufacture of basalt has been extensively documented. Note that the synthetic stones are of high piezoelectric crystalline content."


http://www.human-resonance.org/pyramid.html
AllSpark
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#1320 | Posted: 1 Mar 2013 19:47 | Edited by: AllSpark
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Well done Wensam, great find, great link.
I will have a proper look at it over the weekend. Looks promising though.
The dating of the hair within the stone could be very significant.

Thankyou very much. If you find any more please let me know.
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