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Lost world beneath the waves

Unread postby tholden » Thu Jul 14, 2011 4:43 am

http://www.livescience.com/14974-geolog ... nking.html

....Buried deep beneath the sediment of the North Atlantic Ocean lies an ancient, lost landscape with furrows cut by rivers and peaks that once belonged to mountains. Geologists recently discovered this roughly 56-million-year-old landscape using data gathered for oil companies.

"It looks for all the world like a map of a bit of a country onshore," said Nicky White, the senior researcher. "It is like an ancient fossil landscape preserved 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) beneath the seabed."

So far, the data have revealed a landscape about 3,861 square miles (10,000 square km) west of the Orkney-Shetland Islands that stretched above sea level by almost as much as 0.6 miles (1 km). White and colleagues suspect it is part of a larger region that merged with what is now Scotland and may have extended toward Norway in a hot, prehuman world.....

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Lost City of Dwaraka - Is there an EU perspective?

Unread postby Callesen58 » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:12 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeDMSXOhDbY

While this video talks of aliens, I cannot help thinking about electricity. Does anyone have anything about a EU perspective on Dwaraka and similar ruins?

Forget about this thread if the video or similiar stuff has been linked before, but I just fell over it while browsing obscure websites promoting catastrophism and/or Atlantis-myths.
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Re: Lost City of Dwaraka - Is there an EU perspective?

Unread postby GaryN » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:32 pm

Underwater archaeology has been all but ignored, and with good reason, from the perspective
of our present rulers. Confirmation of ancient undersea cities would really rock the boat
of accepted history. The seas have risen 4 to 6 hundred feet since the end of the last ice
age, according to the experts, but most of present humanity lives very close to sea level,
and if the same held before the end of the ice age, then any evidence of those previous
civilisations would be way under water. With the tech available to the Navy, I have always
wondered why more searching has not been done.
In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model. You create a new model and make the old one obsolete. -Buckminster Fuller
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Re: Lost City of Dwaraka - Is there an EU perspective?

Unread postby MattEU » Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:36 pm

the destruction of the city of dwaraka sounds very EU catastrophe with the gods/planets fighting each other with thunderbolts and rays like the sun etc. more confirmation of plasma mythology from the sounds of it.

water levels going up and down so much are something the EU will argue about what causes it but it sounds similar to the waters coming down from the heavens and creating one of the floods.

my pet idea though is that water is created in the earth itself (fountains of the deep) as there is water very very deep and supposed to be some massive underground water sea under china i think. during a EU battle of the gods/planets you would get a change in the earths electric circuit and more water is created than before or it rises to the surface?
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Newly discovered Mayan paintings with EU imagery

Unread postby phyllotaxis » Thu May 10, 2012 2:36 pm

http://www.livescience.com/20218-apocalypse-oldest-mayan-calendar.html


I read this because of the Mayan Calendar mention-- but was delighted to pick out the images of plasma discharge Dave Talbott has so eloquently discussed in his Thunderbolts of the Gods series from the huge painting just unearthed--

Have a look!
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Re: Newly discovered Mayan paintings with EU imagery

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Re: Lost City of Dwaraka - Is there an EU perspective?

Unread postby neilwilkes » Sun Jun 24, 2012 8:35 am

GaryN wrote:Underwater archaeology has been all but ignored, and with good reason, from the perspective
of our present rulers. Confirmation of ancient undersea cities would really rock the boat
of accepted history. The seas have risen 4 to 6 hundred feet since the end of the last ice
age, according to the experts, but most of present humanity lives very close to sea level,
and if the same held before the end of the ice age, then any evidence of those previous
civilisations would be way under water. With the tech available to the Navy, I have always
wondered why more searching has not been done.


I can highly recommend Graham Hancock's "Underworld - the flooded kingdoms of the Ice Ages". as he has done some suyperb research on sea levels around the end of the last Ice-Age, using inundation mapping techniques of Dr. Glenn Milne at the Durham University Geology department.
As you would expect there are multiple sites examined and the point of the post is that at least one nation - India - seems to be taking underwater archaeology seriously as the closer they look the more we seem to end up in agreement with ancient traditions that were thousands of years old before first being written down.
Enormous amounts of prime real estate were lost - I will not try to paraphrase the book here but instead recommend it as well worth looking at.
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Re: Archeology and Ancient Human Activity

Unread postby GaryN » Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:27 pm

There is a series on the History channel called America Unearthed that despite the typical sensationalist, quasi reality TV production with damned awful, annoying music, but in the third episode does seem to have unearthed connections between the Minoan culture and the billions of pounds of copper mined from the Great Lakes area of America, which was the source of much of the copper for the bronze age cultures centered in Europe. It seems that despite the best efforts of the Smithsonian to destroy or hide much evidence that places Europeans in America thousands of years ago, the truth is slowly being discovered.
http://www.history.com/shows/america-unearthed
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Re: Archeology and Ancient Human Activity

Unread postby pavlink » Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:34 am

There is an interesting relation between electromagnetic events and floods.
Solar System Shift
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... YSIN5zhoow
by Suspicious0bservers

Note the STARWATER connection.
We live in a double star system.
We need to study double star systems.

Solar System as 4D energy vortex
http://files.kostovi.com/8835e.pdf
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Re: Recovering: Tiahuanacu (was Researcher claims vast n/w.

Unread postby tholden » Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:14 pm

arc-us wrote:
We'd have to consult either Dwardu Cardona or Dave Talbot on this one, but we must ask if something has been lost in translation here. Are the race of giants real people? Or, are they references to planets? To be honest, it really could be either if arguments by Ted Holden are to believed, that gravity during the Saturnian times was less.


There appear to have been humans of various sizes in past ages, particularly in North America, and Smithsonian shenanigans are positively involved in that one.

http://www.bearfabrique.org/History/giants.htm

It was common knowledge in the United States in the 1800s that there were burial mounds at numerous sites containing the bones of giant humans, and even Abraham Lincoln mentioned this once in a speech given at Niagara Falls:

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lincoln/lin ... w=fulltext

The question is, how does something go from common knowledge to "You must be some sort of a KOOK to be talking about THAT ****" in the space of a mere hundred years? Better yet, do the Smithsonian Institute and similar outfits view Abraham Lincoln as a kook?

Many of the bones people were finding in the 1800s crumbled into dust within days of being exposed to air and I'd assume that the Smithsonian and its allies disappeared those that didn't. Most accounts mention bones indicating indiviuals from 7 to around 11 or 12 feet tall. Some accounts mention double rows of teeth which would be an adaptation to greater lifespans than ours, a few indicate archaic features i.e. hominids rather than humans, but most were humans.
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Plasma discharge observed some 35,000 years ago?

Unread postby Corona » Sat Jan 19, 2013 1:44 pm

I just came across this petroglyph from Italy in what is known as the fumane cave. It supposedly dates back to 35,000 years ago (if this dating method can be trusted).

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/1000653.stm (the story actually is from 2000, but I didn`t see any threads about this yet)

To me it looks very similar to the famous squatter man with a duck's head. If so, perhaps plasma discharges date even further back than we thought.

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Re: Plasma discharge observed some 35,000 years ago?

Unread postby celeste » Sat Jan 19, 2013 10:49 pm

Yes, it must be a recurring event. Remember the one proposed at ~10,900B.C. http://www.robertschoch.com/plasma.html
Here Robert Schoch was trying to decide between a cometary impact and a plasma discharge, since there is evidence of both of those. But if comets are electric, an impact IS a discharge event.
We also know from the mainstream (read about Nemesis Star theory), that major impact events happen every 26,000,000 to 27,000,000 years. Again, these must also be major discharge events that happen on a regular time scale.
All of this does not preclude any discharge events that also may have been observed between planets.
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Re: Plasma discharge observed some 35,000 years ago?

Unread postby Corona » Sun Jan 20, 2013 8:56 am

celeste wrote:Yes, it must be a recurring event. Remember the one proposed at ~10,900B.C. http://www.robertschoch.com/plasma.html
Here Robert Schoch was trying to decide between a cometary impact and a plasma discharge, since there is evidence of both of those. But if comets are electric, an impact IS a discharge event.
We also know from the mainstream (read about Nemesis Star theory), that major impact events happen every 26,000,000 to 27,000,000 years. Again, these must also be major discharge events that happen on a regular time scale.
All of this does not preclude any discharge events that also may have been observed between planets.


I think he actually proposes for the 10,900 B.C. cooling event (a r) the comet theory for which there is fairly good evidence. And for the 9,700 B.C. warming event a plasma discharge from a massive CME which abruptly ended the last ice age and resulted in catastrophic changes in the environment which impacted (ended) ancient civilizations. However, when I read his book I was a bit confused why he mixes up the EU and standard cosmology (as they are incompatible with each other).It seems that he chooses from both theories as e.g. he talks about the plasma discharges in the atmosphere, but still talks about the sun as having nuclear fusion.
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Re: Plasma discharge observed some 35,000 years ago?

Unread postby pavlink » Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:28 am

Periodicity is the result of double star interaction.

Equivalent electrical circuit of a double star system ( CRC ).
http://files.kostovi.com/MATLAB.pdf

The Sun's color as a key to the grand cycle phase ( white Sun ).
http://files.kostovi.com/8835.jpg

Sun's companion star:
name: Avrora
diameter: half Jupiter's
density: 100 times the Sun's density
orbital period: 24750 years ( current earth years )
closest approach: 15 000 AU
time of closest approach: now
current position: RA: 06:05:53 Dec: 23:29
peak emission wavelength: IR - H band ( 1.45-1.7μm )
archive photo: DSS collored http://files.kostovi.com/DSS_colored.png

more on double stars here
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=9219#p75680
We live in a double star system.
We need to study double star systems.

Solar System as 4D energy vortex
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Puako Petroglyphs - EU's a beach on the Big Island of Hawaii

Unread postby Max Photon » Sun Oct 13, 2013 7:47 am

When I was but a wee particle, I used to go to Hapuna Beach on the Big Island of Hawaii every weekend, and stay out in the beautiful warm water from the moment we arrived until the moment we left. Hapuna is a true gem, and to this day I can still conjure every sight and smell and sound as if it were yesterday. Funny... I still bodysurf there in my mind -- the endless wave.

About 3 miles (5 km) south lie the Puako Petroglyphs (Google Maps)

As a young child I went with my family to see the petroglyphs several times, and impressions of them are certainly carved into my mind. Little did I know that decades later I would be typing this post on an electric universe forum. (Little did I know there would even be something called an internet forum!)

Here is a link to Google Images > Puako Petroglyphs

Anyway, I only present this post to entice you to take a few minutes and scan this fascinating collection of rock art. It's nothing new; I am not offering anything earth-shattering here. But wow, if you go to the Big Island of Hawaii, why not plan on a day checking out the magnificent Puako Petroglyphs and relaxing at nearby Hapuna Beach? Chances are it will be one of the best days of your life. It always was for this keiki.

And say hi to the ocean for me.

Mahalo,

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