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HISTORICAL EVIDENCE

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AllSpark
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#676 | Posted: 21 Jun 2012 19:08
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off to watch the footy..... bbl
wensam
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#677 | Posted: 21 Jun 2012 19:35
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AllSpark:
wensam:
Can you see where I am coming from?

Not quite. could explain further please wensam.

ET connection?
Planettraveller
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#678 | Posted: 21 Jun 2012 20:00
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Might be a thick question but Is David Icke aware of RDH and the programe.Its not an ICKE bash but wonder if he would be up for a donation towards the programe.
Joe
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#679 | Posted: 21 Jun 2012 21:02 | Edited by: Joe
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Planettraveller:
Might be a thick question but Is David Icke aware of RDH and the programe.Its not an ICKE bash but wonder if he would be up for a donation towards the programe.

David Icke is definitely aware of "RDH and the program"; he was invited on once (about two years ago) and never appeared! Go to the "interviews" page > URL
Joe
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#680 | Posted: 21 Jun 2012 22:18
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AllSpark:
Maybe they were working on the size of the forehead to facilitate the wearing of baseball caps ?

If their brains are supposed to be bigger than ours, I don't think "baseball" will interest them, or wearing baseball caps back to front.
Planettraveller
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#681 | Posted: 22 Jun 2012 15:32
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Joe:
David Icke is definitely aware of "RDH and the program";

Charming!! Must be to big a celebrity arsehole to appear on a small prog like Richards.Remember yr roots ickeyboy.
Thx Joe.
Joe
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#682 | Posted: 22 Jun 2012 20:27
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Planettraveller:
Remember yr roots ickeyboy.
Thx Joe.

You're right Planettraveller, he should be reminded of that. It does look like he's following the money.
Desdichado
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#683 | Posted: 30 Dec 2012 16:17
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Saw a very good show on the telly the other night called "America Unearthed". I expected it to be the usual MSM bollocks, but this is a bit different. The presenter is a forensic geologist and he adopts the methods used by people like Michael Cremo and Wilson and Blackett to research into anomalies in history that the mainstream ignores.

In a cave in the Arizona desert, two hikers happened across a stone as they were examining ancient Native American cave paintings. On the stone was carved runic symbols that turned out to be Anglo-Saxon in orgin. A translation was made and the stone, complete with the Christian cross, purported to be the grave marker of a 12th-century Englishman named Peter "Rough" Hurech, whose family hailed from Staffordshire, and whose family name disappears from English records in the 1100s. At first, the presenter thought the stone was a fake, but its preservation was then found to be caused by its burial: it had lain under the earth until amateur treasure hunters unearthed it in the search for saleable Indian artefacts.

The presenter - Scott Wolter - travelled to England and confirmed the Hurech family history with the aid of a British historian.

The good thing about the show is that it offers no explanation, and reaches no conclusions. It simply presents the evidence and leaves the rest for the viewer to decide. For me, it's another nail in the coffin of the received wisdom of how America - and other nations - were settled. But a 12th Century English grave in the American South West? That truly is mind boggling.
wensam
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#684 | Posted: 30 Dec 2012 17:10
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Desdichado:
It simply presents the evidence and leaves the rest for the viewer to decide. For me, it's another nail in the coffin of the received wisdom of how America - and other nations - were settled. But a 12th Century English grave in the American South West? That truly is mind boggling.

Encouraging. There is quite a lot of evidence like this across America, the runes are a very interesting connection. Thanks for the review :)
skipman
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#685 | Posted: 2 Jan 2013 21:58
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I think Messrs Wilson and Blackett will have something to say about this claim.
http://video.today.msnbc.msn.com/today/23406793?lite=obnetwork#23406793
Desdichado
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#686 | Posted: 6 Jan 2013 18:03 | Edited by: Desdichado
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wensam:
Encouraging. There is quite a lot of evidence like this across America, the runes are a very interesting connection. Thanks for the review :)

I watched the latest episode on Friday. It discusses a strange clay tablet that was unearthed in the 19th century in Michigan that was covered (allegedly) in Minoan script. Easy to fake? Well, the Smithsonian thought so but it has since transpired that several billion pounds of copper were mined in the region roughly about the same time as the Bronze Age began in Europe. It certainly can't have been used by Native American tribes of the time as there were far to few of them and it's fairly certain that they did not use copper or bronze implements, or even knew how to smelt. Indian petroglyphs have also been discovered in the region, one of which depicts a boat with a square sail, similar to that known to have been used in the Aegean. It's still inconclusive but when you consider that the Minoans weren't "discovered" until Sir Arthur Evans dug at Knossos in the early 20th century, how would an obscure bunch of American Indians know about them?

If you've ever been to Knossos on Crete, you'll know just how far advanced those people were. They were reknowned mariners and certainly had the ability to cross the Atlantic, though the logistics required for mining and transporting billions of pounds of copper boggles the mind. The original tablet still exists, though in poor repair. However, at the time of its discovery, a newspaper photographer was on hand and recorded all of the images.

On the minus side, the presenter Scott Wolter, has a TV show to make, and he has to keep the interest of the average viewer for an hour: no easy task these days. It can be a bit silly at times but the basic premise is sound. No doubt it will eventually go the way of "Ancient Aliens" which has gone from the sublime to the ridiculous, but I'll enjoy it while it lasts.

PS. Almost forgot. I did a bit of digging and found this on Graham Hancock's website:

URL
skipman
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#687 | Posted: 6 Jan 2013 21:25
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Desdichado:
PS. Almost forgot. I did a bit of digging and found this on Graham Hancock's website:

A very interesting post Desdichado. Keep them coming.
nordsee220
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#688 | Posted: 6 Jan 2013 21:44 | Edited by: nordsee220
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The history of mankind in a nutshell.

1) The earth was inhabited by dinosaurs.

2) Mars was inhabited by our ancestors who wrecked the planet with nuclear wars.

3) Earth was attacked by our forefathers who wiped out the dinosaurs in preparation for their escape from their murdered planet.

4) Our forefathers came and inhabited lands in the Med and Atlantic. They were very clever people! Highly advanced.

5) A massive earthquake devastated the Atlantic continent and caused a huge tidal wave which flooded the Med basin. Most of our ancestors were wiped out along with their advanced knowledge.

6) Mankind began again along with whatever examples of species were saved.

7) Return to 2 above and substitute "Earth" for "Mars" and you have the future.

The End.
abitofgreen
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#689 | Posted: 6 Jan 2013 22:01
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nordsee220:
The history of mankind in a nutshell.

Haha...that's probably not a million miles away from the truth. To add to that I think there was a huge war on this planet too involving our ET overlords and the past human advanced race. No doubt there was a great flood though as it's written in most if not all of the ancient texts..... A large projectile fired into the ocean?.. to cause huge tidal wave to make way for human hybrid mk3...who knows....I only know we haven't been told the truth.
AllSpark
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#690 | Posted: 20 Jan 2013 09:38
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And now for something completely different.....
After finally getting round to finish reading a couple of Wilson & Blackett books (moses in the hieroglyphs is really good), the undeniable facts of the mainstream archeologists dating errors are forcing me to re-read quite a few of my other books. Whole chapters and extrapolated theories will no doubt, be consigned to the ' bullshit ' category.
I think i might even count how many pages of lies i come across and make a graph !
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