The Massive Ark on the Moon (very OT, but of high interest)

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Dingus Milktoast

Trad climber
Minister of Moderation, Fatcrackistan
Apr 12, 2016 - 06:55am PT
I find myself wondering, considering for example a long-lived tribe of pre-colombian blondes in Peru...


just how many times Europeans discovered the Americas, before they were able to return to Europe with the knowledge and spread it around?

Successful attempts to cross the sea probably number in the hundreds.

Some of them must have felt like gods....

DMT
Craig Fry

Trad climber
So Cal.
Apr 12, 2016 - 07:36am PT
Man Made Stone objects
from the stone age

or stone fences tramped down by cattle

Well we have to classify the first attempt as "not good enough"
to put it lightly

But I do Thank you Tom
you did put out the effort

and I would like to see more
TomCochrane

Trad climber
Santa Cruz Mountains and Monterey Bay
Apr 12, 2016 - 10:35am PT
yeah, we see you didn't do the homework that i suggested you look at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcD1h9DYitg

i am not saying they had to be build by 'aliens', but they make no sense in terms of analysis by authoritative anthropologists who publish that there were only a few people, perhaps 1000 in south Africa at the time those structures were built, apparently over a hundred thousand years ago

however there are millions of these large structures visible in Google Maps

each structure has thousands of very heavy stones which were transported considerable distances

the structures have no windows or doors

they are all connected by stone roads that end facing a stone wall with no door

they are all lined up astronomically and geometrically

they seem to be associated with gold deposits

also visible in Google Maps is that much of the entire area is terraced for agriculture

the whole civilization that built them seems to have been wiped out by an incredible flood with geologic markers similar to those from the incredible floods through the Columbia River basin area of Washington State

and we are told that civilization only emerged on this planet about 6000 years ago

meh!
raymond phule

climber
Apr 12, 2016 - 11:27am PT
I guess that you read an article written by the "scientist" Michael Tellinger?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Tellinger

It really doesn't seem like everyone agrees that the formations are 200000 years old.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machadodorp
TomCochrane

Trad climber
Santa Cruz Mountains and Monterey Bay
Apr 12, 2016 - 11:53am PT
i don't know that Tellinger claims to be a scientist

but he has been a diligent researcher

and even some of the most diligent and respected researchers and scientists have serious detractors

perhaps you have heard of Galileo

aging ancient stuff is a challenging enterprise, particularly when it sheds inconvenient light on the research of established authorities

check out the career of J Harlen Bretz:

http://arstechnica.com/science/2014/10/the-scablands-a-scarred-landscape-as-strange-as-fiction/1/
raymond phule

climber
Apr 12, 2016 - 12:01pm PT
I have only done 5 minutes google research on the matter so maybe I am wrong and you are free to give other and better sources.

But to me it kind of looks like your "facts" come from a single source with limited credibility. For example is it some kind of consensus that the formations are 200000 years old (my wikipedia source seems to say that they are a few hundred years old)?
TomCochrane

Trad climber
Santa Cruz Mountains and Monterey Bay
Apr 12, 2016 - 12:06pm PT
so when i spend days or weeks or more looking into something interesting and decide it might be worthy of your attention and so refer you to a summary presentation or article

please appreciate my attempts to remain polite when you can't be troubled to spend more than a few minutes on your decision to reject the information source


there are a lot more people looking at these conversations than are willing to join the fray

i get private emails from people who appreciate the information and don't want to expose themselves to the noise
raymond phule

climber
Apr 12, 2016 - 12:13pm PT
Sorry, but you didn't even give your source (except that it might be in a 4 hour long youtube video) and presented it like facts. I did a search and found an article that made the some points written by a non scientists calling himself a scientist. I continued to search and found completely different information.

Sorry, that I don't believe that those formations are 200 000 thousands years old.
Dingus Milktoast

Trad climber
Minister of Moderation, Fatcrackistan
Apr 12, 2016 - 04:25pm PT
So about those blonde Peruvians.... nephilitie?

DMT
Winemaker

Sport climber
Yakima, WA
Apr 12, 2016 - 05:47pm PT
Dingus, you're off topic. We're currently talking about the Giant Balls of Machu Pichu, or as some theorize, the giant Giant Stone Eggs of the Birdmen of Machu Pichu. Seems that the nephlim laid these eggs to preserve the Birdman (and Birdwormen, for that matter) because of the approach of an alien comet that was going to destroy the world, or at least cause great inconvenience.

Turns out that recently discovered extremely ancient runes, deciphered with the help of the recently (and very fortuitously) discovered 'Code Book of the Ancients' indicate that in fact, as verified by many sources, the alien comet that struck the earth was an ice ball. This is where the story of Noah originated; the ice comet melted as it entered the earth's atmosphere and it rained comet juice for forty days and forty nights, flooding the entire earth and destroying the venerated city of Atlantis in the process.

In any case, the Giant Balls (or eggs) survived the flood and eventually hatched, reviving the ancient race of the Birdmen (and Birdwomen) of Machu Pichu. The rest, as they say, is history.

Needless to say, this short summary of the cataclysmic impact of the ice comet Moroni with the ancient earth covers only some of the facts. More details are available upon request. If you have any doubt of the veracity of this exposition, please disprove it.
cintune

climber
Colorado School of Mimes
Apr 12, 2016 - 06:23pm PT
Nephil-Lite. Less filling, tastes great.
Craig Fry

Trad climber
So Cal.
Apr 12, 2016 - 06:29pm PT
From my collection of possible ET artifacts <br/>
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From my collection of possible ET artifacts
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Credit: Craig Fry
Credit: Craig Fry
couchmaster

climber
Apr 12, 2016 - 06:54pm PT



DAMIT, where'd my long thoughtful post just get off too ? Short version, stop teasing Tom and Klimmer, start teasing these folks spending over $100 million on the search for alien life. Link: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/stephen-hawking-billionaire-team-100-million-quest-find/story?id=38331436






My what nice balls you have there Craig. ...? wait...HEY NOW!
Craig Fry

Trad climber
So Cal.
Apr 12, 2016 - 07:36pm PT
If they find something, it will be worth the $100 Million

so far, nothing
Randisi

climber
Apr 12, 2016 - 07:49pm PT
It seems the nephilitic giants had to bury the Andean birdmen to keep them from ravaging the Smithsonian Institute for proof of Freemasonry and Bilderbergerism!

photo not found
Missing photo ID#452497
Winemaker

Sport climber
Yakima, WA
Apr 12, 2016 - 08:19pm PT
Randisi, (and I barely am barely able to type this as I shake with fear and revelation) is it possible that those ..... creatures.......are some sort of giant alien nephilim frozen in the, to them, alien soil of earth? And, should they be released, might they, in their rage, trigger some sort of apocalyptic Armageddon, snuffing out all life on earth, sending us all to meet G-d to atone for our (perceived) sins? Are they in fact a manifestation of the Donald? Seems pretty reasonable to me.
Lorenzo

Trad climber
Portland Oregon
Apr 12, 2016 - 08:50pm PT
Just really big chess pawns.

The Nephilim are on a bigger scale than you are even imagining.
Dingus Milktoast

Trad climber
Minister of Moderation, Fatcrackistan
Apr 13, 2016 - 03:10am PT
So... about those blonde Peruvians? Tom? Anyone?

DMT
healyje

Trad climber
Portland, Oregon
Apr 13, 2016 - 04:10am PT
Any DNA testing on them? Would seem pretty straightforward to figure out, though mutations generate all kinds of organisms which seem anomalous to our expectations.
Dingus Milktoast

Trad climber
Minister of Moderation, Fatcrackistan
Apr 13, 2016 - 04:28am PT
I couldn't find any 4-hour videos on them. So no homework for you! ;)

DMT
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