Monday, 27 February 2017

Found! Machined stone(s) from actual "Atlantis" (the 'Ireland' remnant)

Ok, there are definitely some machined stones to be found in "Atlantis" = Doggerland + Ireland + UK.  Now, these are either incredibly ancient, OR more likely to be relics of modern repair work. I do not know the answer!

Had enough. Blowing the lid forever on truth of "Viracocha", Tiwanaku, E...

In this latest video, I'm exposing the TRUTH. The connections postulated by Thor Heyerdahl are now undeniable. See for yourself!

The "forgotten" CROWN JEWELS of "Atlantean" Nobility. Why does it look "...

Irish ancient Jewels = Inca ancient Jewels. Don't know if anyone has actually pointed this out before.

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Dating these Stone Vessels to ICE AGE (Sphinx) Civilization in pre-Egypt...

Ok, there is quite a mystery going on here. I start to feel that Naqqada period is actually intrusive pottery, an intrusive layer. The machining on the #Naqqada pottery vessels, if that is what it is, is simply too good for the period, in relation to other obvious stone-age artefacts. It would appear the civilization at least had iron tools. In the previous #Baderian period, whose pottery is depicted in the thumbnail below, temperatures of 1450 degrees Celcius were achieved. And yet it is claimed they did not have iron, or even copper? What is going on here? I suggest the Naqqada period contains an intrusive layer of looted debris from an earlier Ice Age civilization in Egypt. #Ice_Age_Civilization.

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Hidden 'Pre-Inca' Techniques: Why the Giza Pyramid will be stable for 1,...

The Giza pyramids, quite clearly, exhibit a high level of structural engineering designed to take the weight off the ground around the stricture, mutually complementing angles mean the structure supports itself, a bit like a Gothic cathedral. The system is rather advanced.

1) The sides have concavities. These allow the pyramid to exert force
towards mutual joints, as well as corners. This makes it self
supporting, rather than exerting all pressure into the ground.

The corner forces are exerted into huge corner stones, which are in
turn supported by a grid of polygonal stones which appear to go all
around the pyramid. This makes the pyramid earthquake proof, in addition
to other technologies.

3) The pyramid exhibits an internal
stepped structure made up of buttresses around a central tower, which
approximate the 'Inca Earthquake Angle'.

4) The pyramid is built
upon solid bedrock, so it cannot really sink, but in addition it
appears to have a kind of cushioning or suspension. There is a granite
or black basalt underlay. In addition there is one or more layers of
limestone rock. This is possibly to allow for some 'give' should a quake
or some impact hit the vicinity of the pyramid.

5) Not
mentioned in the vid is that the pyramid lies above flood waters. It is
also composed of rock which can endure for millions of years.

6) The 'law of nature' 'electrical spiral', representative of #electric_universe
is incorporated into the design, PHI. The Egyptians had a comparable or
superior understanding of nature to today. They were interested in
'obeying the laws of nature'. They noticed that stability in nature
followed the golden ratio, as well as Phi, the fibbonacci sequence. They
knew this would STABILIZE it according to the laws of nature, INCLUDING
LAWS WE ARE NOT YET AWARE OF, possibly including time crystals. In this

Monday, 20 February 2017

"Stonehenge" looks like the "frame" of a TALLER building. (Asian-style d...

Stonehenge is a kind of 'supporting structure' of a far larger building. We see examples of 'other' Stonehenges in the Sanchi Stupa, other stupas which are less ancient, Aachen Cathedral, Tolous in China, ie communal round house, etc, and the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, regarding which I Read that only sacred, royal, or important structures are permitted mortice and tenon joins, just like is found at Stonehenge.

Saturday, 18 February 2017

There is a "Chinese Pogoda" hidden inside the Great Pyramid (In fact two)

Well, there is a "East-Asian" Pagoda essentially hiding inside the Great Pyramid at Giza. This is essentially the structure on top of the King's Chamber. It does look like a pagoda. The representation may also have been preserved in the infamous DJET PILLAR found in Egypt! The second 'pagoda' is the side structure of the Grand Gallery, which does resemble a tower, of sorts!

Was this "Atlantis", which sank beneath the waves?

Quite simply, Solon, Plato, when they told the story of Atlantis, were looking at maps even older than Herodotus' map. These did not include Britain. Was Britain Therefore Atlantis? (Ireland, plus UK, plus #Doggerland)

Why is a "Mayan" (step) pyramid hidden inside every Egyptian pyramid? (+...

In this video, we explore why it is that every Egyptian pyramid contains a step pyramid, and not just a step pyramid, but a MESOAMERICAN-type pyramid. Quite simply, many Mesoamerican/South American pyramids do seem to be buttressed structures. The Mesoamerican ones are more vertical, like the inside of these Egyptian Pyramids. This has huge implications for HOW pyramids were built.

They were built initially like the tower of Babel. that is, they were built as a tower and then buttresses were placed around this. Then blocks and rubble were placed around this structure, then casing stones fitted. In other words they were COVERING UP an earlier American-looking pyramid. Was this another culture which was doing this? Or the same? What is going on?

Monday, 13 February 2017

Why are "Inca Doorways" built into 1000+ year old monasteries.. IN IRELAND?

This video is the latest and greatest. I share some holiday snaps and info. During my 2014 holiday, which was aimed at investigating Irish round towers (i visited 13) as well as Irish pyramids (Cairns),  I realized that, in fact, there are INCA doors in Ireland. Not only did the #Inca_doors, which date from the #dark_ages, remind me of the Peru, but in addition, so did pyramids, or cairns, built thousands of years earlier!

Friday, 10 February 2017

Was the "Pharos" Lighthouse built on top of an older "Mayan" pyramid? It...

The Pharos Lighthouse. Par = House, rectangular house, in Egyptian. I feel this was built upon a far earlier structure. The earlier structure would have been Mayan-like, a tall pyramid, as opposed to the other Egyptian pyramids. This was possibly ruined in an earthquake. Subsequently this 'base' was reconstructed or rebuilt and the lighthouse, which is really just the tower on the top half, placed on top!

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Barabar Caves even more impressive than Great Pyramid chambers! Lost car...

The Barabar caves are super impressive, far more so than the chambers of the Great Pyramid, at least to me. We see the same tech at work here, and both Egypt and Inca influence!

Inca Peru and Egypt severed by catastrophe? Same builders, one world.

Basically, the same builders lived in South America as in Egypt. Why? Atlantis?

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Is the Giza Pyramid an Ancient Boiling Water Nuclear Reactor Complex? (P...

The Great Pyramid appears to have many suggested uses, down the ages. One suggested in 1991 was that it could be a nuclear power plant. While I have not actually read that article, only glanced, I decided to make my own video on this topic. It explains various things

Are those huge Megalithic Inca stones 'render'? (Includes a SMOKING GUN!)

Ok what we have here appears to be a house in Cuzco perhaps. I am wondering if this is render or not. The idea seems to be receiving positive feedback! Esp the 'smoking gun' in the thumbnail! One comment in fact suggests that if rendered, people would become uninterested in traveling there, lol!

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

They cut rocks like butter. Inca 'Quarry' is mindblowing!

Ok this is mindblowing stuff. It would seem that rocks have simply been 'lifted' out of Pre-Inca quarries with very little effort. What is going on here? In addition, 'nubs' are removed from the quarry direct! What sort of tools could do such a thing?

Wikipedia wrong again. 'Pyra-mid' is EgyptoGreek for 'House's Middle Hei...

Pyramid seems to actually mean 'Household's Middle Height!' Weird!


The oldest polygonal megalithic wall in the world seems to be in Malta on the Island of Gozo. This is of course rather interesting! It would suggest that similar words like Giza and Gaza are also the holy locations of Polygonal walls. How about places like, for example, King Solomon's Mines or even the megalithic walls at the Giza Pyramids?

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Is this what the NUBS on megalithic walls are for? (FOR JOINING STONE?, ...

The nubs found on the lower portions of megalithic polygonal walls present quite a mystery. 1) They could have been used for lugging the stone around, subsequently chiselled off, yet it is not really suggested that they may have been used to join these stones to 'other' stones, in the manner of what is happening at Stonehenge!