Archive for June, 2005

Theory on How Pyramid Blocks Were Moved

Science, Sophistication of Ancestors, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 30 2005

Lifting a 50 ton block (even a 10 ton block) is not only incomprehenc eable, but frankly impossible. And yet, the pyramids and temples exist. What if instead of roling, pushing, or carrying the blocks, you were able to levitate them? Easier said than done right? What about using the reverse polarization of magnets?

Now, I dont know of any magnet strong enough to lift a 50 ton block, but if you were able to pass an electric current through it, it has been known to dramatically increase the strength of the magnet possibly making it strong enough to support the heavy weight.

Attached is an “example” of what things might have looked like. There are many many different variables on the actual apparatus used. Is it really so hard to believe that they may have had a great source of electricity if they possibly had nuclear power as your site suggests?

I know I am at risk of sounding off the wall, and it wouldnt be the first time. I once heard a saying…”If you truely thought outside the box…there would be no box.” Why limit our thinking to only what we have in this day and age? For all we know, they may have unlocked the secrets to AntiGravity and used that to transport blocks.

Have you ever heard of the Chinese disks? The ones that have circular engraving on them. These were said to be some sort of ancient “record” device similar to our record players from the 60′s, but scientists are having been rethinking their theories when a satellite recorded one of these disks floating in orbit around the earth…the engravings were resonating light and it was moving on its own accord as if powered by something.

So many theories, so many mysteries. Regardless of whether I am right or wrong, the pyramids were built somehow and and no amount of manual lifting would have been able to budge a 50 ton block let alone transport it to the building site. I have a large scale theory about magnatism and the use of it in ancient days. My apologies, I am not a writer nor am I a professional scientist. I am simply a free thinker with a passion for ancient unexplained mysteries.

P.S. I used a sort of trypod type constraint on the aparatus simply for the fact that there was a man who lived in the early 1900′s (Leedskalnin) who had claimed he solved the mystery of the pyramids. In secret, he built an entire castle by himself in memory of his fiance who had passed away.

There were 5-10 ton stone chairs in the courtyard, and the 50 ton gate was ballanced so perfectly on pins that a child was able to push it open. Many years later (mid 1980′s) after his passing, a massive earthquake knocked the gate off its access. With all of our modern technology, they could not put the gate back up the way it was before. They ended up leaving it open permanently.

The reason I mention this story is because he must have had some knowlege of how the pyramids were actually built, and in the cellar of the castle they found trypods and platforms that must have been used. It is still a mystery today how the small man of 5′ 2″ was able to build an entire castle by himself in his 1 lifetime. Kinda makes you think…

I hope my theories spark some creative ideas that may one day solve the mysteries of the pyramids.

Thank you,

Adam

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Living Pterodactyls Haunt Our Skies-

Crypto, Science, Uncategorized | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 28 2005

by David Hatcher Childress

This article is a bit of a rehash of other items on the site.

“Reports of strange flying reptiles, some quite large, have continued well into modern times. As we shall see, reports of pteranodons, dragons, thunderbirds, and other similar monsters, are relatively common. Could the sudden rash of Chupacabras attacks and sightings be related to the occasional rash of pteranodon sightings?

Many of the aspects of the Chupacabras and living pteranodons seem to match. They are both monsters and flesh eaters. Pteranodons may well drink blood and gorge themselves on internal organs, which are easy to eat.

Carrion birds such as vultures and condors eat the exposed softer flesh first, lips, eyes, underbelly, etc. It would seem natural for pteranodons to do this as well.”

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Thermodynamics Falsifies Evolution

Church of Darwin, Science, Uncategorized | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 26 2005

And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands: They shall perish; but thou remainest; and they all shall wax old as doth a garment; And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed: but thou art the same, and thy years shall not fail….Hebrews 1

The Second Law of Thermodynamics, which is accepted as one of the basic laws of physics, holds that under normal conditions all systems left on their own tend to become disordered, dispersed, and corrupted in direct relation to the amount of time that passes.
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Everything, whether living or not, wears out, deteriorates, decays, disintegrates, and is destroyed. This is the absolute end that all beings will face one way or another, and according to the law, the process cannot be avoided.

What’s Wrong With Science; Interview With Virginia Steen-McIntyre

Church of Darwin, Science | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 24 2005

Virginia Steen-McIntyre was a young archaeologist several decades ago who made the mistake of reporting evidence that did not fit the current evolutionary paradigm. Here at s8int.com, we have problems with both the dates she came up with as well as those accepted by the materialists at the time.

The point is; people and evidence that does not fit the paradigm are not accepted are reported. Disident voices are extinguished.


“In 1973, when we first announced the results of our new excavations and the fission track dates, I was sitting pretty.

I had the beginnings of an international reputation because of my basic research on volcanic ash layers, a wide correspondence with my peers, a part-time job in a government laboratory that I assumed would lead to better things, and later, an adjunct professorship in the anthropology department of a state university.

Today, all that is gone. My last job was as a gardener, caring for flower-beds in a local nursing home a few hours a week.”

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On Vacation for a Week

s8int.com | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 17 2005

No new updates for s8int.com for 1 week.

HELLO, VICTORIA!

Chile – The Creature Of the Tagua Tagua Lagoon

Crypto, Dinosaurs in Literature | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 17 2005

The legend of this creature is little known, even for residents of San Vicente in the country’s 6th region, but this discovery returns a piece of their history to them.

The horrible creature in the etching that accompanies this article is the little-known Monster of Tagua Tagua lagoon, a legendary creature that not even the residents of San Vicente, in Chile’s 6th region, have ever heard of.

The indescribably horrifying creature was relegated to oblivion for over 2 centuries until two Spanish researchers discovered the drawing among thousands of documents in the Madrid National Library. Thus, the anonymous etching made in Chile in 1784 became the poster for the exposition “Monsters and Other Imaginary Beings” that took place in the Spanish capital to great popular acclaim.

The winged, two-tailed figure with scales and a human face had a well-deserved presence among nearly 200 images, just as unreal, belonging to such artists as Goya, Durero, Ribera, Brueghel, Holbein, Picart and Kircher. Plates extracted from classics of literature and scientific texts–largely from the 15th and 18th centuries, were also on exhibit.

Under the drawing of the monster, a true bibliographic jewel, it can be read that it appeared in early 1784 at the farm of Don Próspero Elso and that “it did great damage, eating all manner of animals and drinking from the lagoon, until 100 men stealthily ambushed it with firearms and caught it alive.”

The description is very detailed: “It measures three and a half rods long (54 feet) and its tail is bigger than its body. It legs are nearly a quarter [rod] but its claws are much larger. Its mane reaches the ground so that it entangles around its feet. The upper tail…helps it to catch its prey. The teeth are some 30 cm long and the mouth is as wide as its face. Its horns are a rod and a half long and very well-turned, and finally, it ears are are three quarters of a rod long.

Even more curious: an address — Calle de Carretas No.8 — is given for those interested in seeing it. … Scott Corrales, Rense.com

Is This Nessie? Allegedly from Webcam

Crypto, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 16 2005

We’ve had this in the files for some time waiting for the other shoe to drop but we never heard anything else about this series of photos allegedly collected from a Loch Ness Web Cam.

Provided here for your perusal. Pictures are reported to have come from a Loch Ness Web Cam on May 13, 2002.

We report, you decide.

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The Branding of A Heretic: He accepted a peer-reviewed article on ID in the Journal he Edited

Church of Darwin, Science | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 14 2005

Meyer, left, wrote the article in question. Sternberg, right accepted the peer reviewed ID article for publication in the scientific journal he edited.

Whether ID may be presented to adult scientific professionals is another question altogether but also controversial. It is now roiling the government-supported Smithsonian Institution, where one scientist has had his career all but ruined over it.

The scientist is Richard Sternberg, a research associate at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington. The holder of two Ph.D.s in biology, Mr. Sternberg was until recently the managing editor of a nominally independent journal published at the museum, Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, where he exercised final editorial authority.

The August issue included typical articles on taxonomical topics–e.g., on a new species of hermit crab. It also included an atypical article, “The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories.” Here was trouble.

The piece happened to be the first peer-reviewed article to appear in a technical biology journal laying out the evidential case for Intelligent Design. Evolutionists felt that there religion was under attack so…

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Cameroun Pterosauria

Dinosaurs in Literature, Science | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 11 2005

In the 1600′s artists from Cameroun sculpt some pretty good likenesses of Pterosauria–considering that they are supposed to have been extinct for millions of years. From the Mansfield collection, two sets of sculpture:

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Found: Europe’s Oldest Civilisation

Science, Sophistication of Ancestors | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 11 2005


Photo, The Hypogeum in Malta.

By David Keys, Archaeology Correspondent
11 June 2005

Archaeologists have discovered Europe’s oldest civilisation, a network of dozens of temples, 2,000 years older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids.

More than 150 gigantic monuments have been located beneath the fields and cities of modern-day Germany, Austria and Slovakia. They were built 7,000 years ago, between 4800BC and 4600BC.

Their discovery, revealed today by The Independent, will revolutionise the study of prehistoric Europe, where an appetite for monumental architecture was thought to have developed later than in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

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