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The 10 Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts
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Author:  Timbit [ Tue Sep 02, 2008 5:15 am ]
Post subject:  The 10 Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts

So many things remain unexplained, and some very interesting artifacts are still without explanations.

Here are some of the more common ones in one place.

http://paranormal.about.com/od/ancienta ... -Artifact/


Author:  Ann from Australia [ Wed Sep 03, 2008 8:16 am ]
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There are so many puzzles like these aren't there. I wonder if the day will ever come that we will understand what happened way back then. I think too many lies and myths have managed to smother the facts and the truth of things. Things that should have had importance and mattered seem not to have been important and yet things that didn't matter and were insignificant have taken precedense and have taught us nothing that is real or of importance about our genuine history. We continue to be a mystery......Ann :P

Author:  Timbit [ Wed Sep 03, 2008 2:23 pm ]
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It is interesting that these artifacts just sort of pop into our lives from time to time, and we realize that our evolution did not allow for such sophisticated engineering. Our understanding of how we evolved did not include items that are out of place with how we want theories to work.

If we cannot make it fit into the way we have decided 'man' has evolved, then it will forever remain a mystery.

Can't rock that boat now can we.


Author:  Tweaked [ Wed Sep 03, 2008 8:03 pm ]
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I have been mesmerized by The Dropa Stones since I first read about them some 15 years ago.

I think it's entirely possible that Earth's entire civilizations began this way... Aliens crash landing on a little blue planet, in several regions over a great span of time, and other aliens coming centuries later (i.e., the Annunaki) and enslaving/transforming some of them to meet a "God's needs".

Why else would we have so many separate lines of humans, who speak so many different dialects? It all makes perfect sense to me.

And the Dropa Stones? Maybe they were much like our ancient 78 r.p.m. records. Or the old cylinder one, of which we have a collection as well as an Edison Phonograph upon which we play them from time to time.

Author:  Ann from Australia [ Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:58 am ]
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I wonder what they will say about the relics they find from us in antother 2500 years. I wonder what wonderous things we have that they will put spiritual or special value to. I wonder if a potatoe peeler will be considered to have been some primitive medical instrument.

It shows the importance of keeping documentation about absolutely everything. Its hard to know what the documentations needs to be made upon. The past documentations that survived the test of time were on rocks. In those videos that explained how religion is a myth it explained how we are currently in the age of Piscies and that Jesus is the current personification for the sun of this age and that this age ends in 2051 and we enter the dawning of the age of Aquarius.

Who will they personify the sun as then. Will the myths replay again and again as they always have. It's very difficult to imagin the future, it's about as hard as imagining the past. We actually have the relics of the passed as well as still useing the relics of the future. What on earth will the future hold.....Ann :P

Author:  Tweaked [ Thu Sep 04, 2008 8:25 pm ]
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Without the proper power sources to "plug-in" some of the high-tech items we use today, future civilizations who find remnants of our cultures won't have a clue what to do with them, or how to obtain information from them.

The last best hope we have is to take as many old Edison phonographs and cylinder records as we can gather together, create NEW cylinder records which will play on those old, hand-wound phonographs, and on those new cylinders record information about our technology, our cultures, etc. Then encase them in something that can last through thousands of years of time as we all perceive it. That way when someone eventually finds this buried treasure with a pictogram of how to wind it up by hand, slide the cylinder on, and set the needle to play the information through the speaker horn, they won't need a power source to figure out how to use it. Any child could do it if the diagram of how to use the machine is clearly drawn. Of course we'd also better transfer language keys, as well, for the future finder won't speak English or French or Spanish.

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