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    Been a bit out of touch the last two years (new chassis, bulkhead, seat box, doors, breakdowns) ..trying to catch up, didnt know spring adventure now in Scotland (used to look forward to Driffield) oh well I suppose the northern northerners deserved it . Was thinking of the dutch show (time I pay for ferry not much in it fuelwise) ..Anyway I was using google earth to look at places and routes (drifted of course started surfing looking for that lighthouse of Scotland the story of the building I loved where men died when washed away in a storm) Back to the point. I noticed a large "L" shaped whatever underwater off Northern Ireland (huge) and wondered what is was, has to be natural, to big not to be, any one have an explanation or know of other strange anomalies.
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    Cracked it ..it means "keep left" when sailing north..( and I thought it was something to do with geology, what an idiot).

    Bell rock off the Tay was the lighthouse story that intrigued me as a child and Rockall.

    As for the dutch landrover show I cant find it, I know it was just north of Driehuizen last year (or was it the year before ?)
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    Don't get me started on earth anomalies, as I have spent many years trying to figure stuff out. It gets more interesting if you look at ancient structures on this earth, and tie them in to ancient stories, texts, myths, and religion.
    Suffice to say I don't believe half of what religion or popular science says on the subject anymore, as there are just too many holes in their theories that the evidence proves otherwise.
    Take the "little Egypt" in the US grand canyon for example, or the Vitrified forts in Scotland.

    My favourite is the Great Pyramid of Giza, just for it's accuracy and engineering, and the fact it was never a tomb, despite what they say about it.

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    thanks for that, ( Take the "little Egypt" in the US grand canyon for example, or the Vitrified forts in Scotland.) Looked em up and found some interesting reading , it led me to a website by "Philip Coppens" and other interesting places ..Just came back from 3 weeks in the canaries where a local was telling me about the pyramids on Tenerife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelhiggins View Post
    ..Just came back from 3 weeks in the canaries where a local was telling me about the pyramids on Tenerife.
    I've not heard of that, but I wouldn't surprise me and would make sense with the rest of my thoughts on them. They are all on a straight line around the globe if you plot them out - but how would the builders know that?
    I've not heard of Phillip Coppens before, only Erich Von Daniken, whom I like the research but find his answers lacking in plausibility. But you have to start somewhere.

    I keep saying I will write a book on some of the things I've found as it can ramble a bit but I found some of the actual science behind the theories works very well, but has not been covered before from an engineering perspective.

    About the only thing I am stuck on is a part of the great pyramid design, and I have been stuck on it for over 4 years now. It is the port cullis stones as an entrance to the kings chamber. They seem to be a regulating or tuning device, certainly not a security measure as the accuracy of the blocks elsewhere show the makers were very capable of hiding entrances. I am leaning more towards a type of "throat" that affects acoustics similar to human vocal chords. They may not be made of stone either, as only one half of one may have survived. It may have been needed to compensate for air density due to temperature changes.

    What do you think of the stone spheres in Kenya?

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    what about the great pyramid being dead centre to earths land mass ? wouldnt get it there if you hadnt been into outer space, man...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zollaf View Post
    what about the great pyramid being dead centre to earths land mass ? wouldnt get it there if you hadnt been into outer space, man...
    Well that is amazing, but not only that, the platform it is built on is flat to within 2" (I think, can't find the reference now) - but that is over the area of the base - which is 13 acres ! Not bad with 5.9 million tonnes of rock sitting on it after how many thousands of years. Who knows - it may have been perfect when it was made. The shafts still have an accuracy of 0.013" over 100 ft. Try getting a British masonry firm to produce that.

    ...and it was Howard Vyce who after blasting his way up to above the Kings chamber with gunpowder finally declared it was Khufu's pyramid....because he found some crayon in the top inaccessible areas...and they spelled his name wrong. But then he would say that wouldn't he because he was paid to find out who built it, and after no inscriptions were found, he had a crayon in his pocket.

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    This is a statue of Khufu.

    It's only 7.5cm tall, discovered by Petrie in 1903, and is the only known statue of the guy. Hardly worthy of being responsible for building a pyramid of such epic proportions if he has no other images or mention in history, other than the crayon that Vyse found (spelt his name wrong before from memory), plus I don't think he could have known how the pyramid worked ​because of his timeline.

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    theres a lot more to these ancient civilisations than meets the eye. far more than we know about and probably will never begin to know or understand.
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    The Costa Rica stone spheres are interesting. Some are small, like bowling balls, but most are pretty big. Any Ideas?


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    And there are hundreds of them - some up to 2M diameter, and some on islands - where the stone came from elsewhere. So did they float them there...or what?

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