Wednesday, October 14, 2009


(Hat tip: Keef Destefano)

UPDATE: Also see here. (Hat tip: KV)


KV said...


This is good, here is a better one - 72 minutes worth.

Anaconda said...

@ OilIsMastery:

You have been dogged in your search of the 'pyramids' and have been rewarded hansomely.

It is remarkable that there are huge pyramids all over the world seemingly in areas totally isolated from one another.

Of course, it raises all kinds of questions...

Our world is filled with mysteries both physical and historical.

The answers, should we ever conclusively dig them up, will likely shock the general public and fill them with awe and wonder.

While I have no proof, I suspect there are material physical processes that Man can control (did control?) that would make our present technological civilization humble by comparison -- not an easy feat by any means, but the tell-tale signs are there if you look for them.

And, OilIsMastery, you have been looking for them.

Quantum_Flux said...

Each pyramid is unique.

OilIsMastery said...



OilIsMastery said...


Indeed. And thx!

OilIsMastery said...


Yes. But I suspect they are all Atlantean in origin.

Quantum_Flux said...

What is so special about building pyramids?

Quantum_Flux said...

....when the Africans are building fractals?

Jeffery Keown said...

In a manner of speaking, pyramids are "easy" for ancient cultures. Just pile some rocks, pile a few less rocks on top of those and repeat until your fake gods (or the priesthood) are happy. A lot of ancient cultures built them. It does not take aliens or make-believe Atlantean super-scientists to construct them. Human beings will go to remarkable lengths to please their gods.

Now, if we discover that the Toltecs built a skyscraper... that would be truly amazing. Not to take away from Mirador, it is a grand achievement, but it was all done in service to some made up deity...imagine what they could have accomplished with more humanistic goals.

Rather then enslaving their population to the priesthood, they could have "discovered" Europe instead of the other way around.

For the record, Europeans didn't discover the Americas, it had been populated for thousands of years. It was discovered about 12,000 years ago by Neolithic Asians.

OilIsMastery said...

"What is so special about building pyramids?"

For some reason the earliest and allegedly most primitive civilizations were capable of building the biggest architecture on Earth but modern ones can't. That's called devolution not evolution.