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« Reply #15 on: Jun 14th, 2012, 10:08am »

on Jun 14th, 2012, 05:25am, MOKSHA wrote:
...You have never answered a question I asked you, I will again.
Why are you, the way you are?
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You need to be more specific.....physically , psychologically, culturally....?
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« Reply #16 on: Jun 14th, 2012, 3:44pm »

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You made me giggle
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with your expert level understanding of music, I would of thought you knew what I meant.
I have always wondered how and why music and the lyrics have such a effect on me, I can only hope it effects others the same way.
for me this is the same principle of the Bubble Earth thing, & DNA.
Have you closed that door as a possibility?
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« Reply #17 on: Jun 14th, 2012, 10:17pm »

Just how long has the so called Star Child been under examination?
Just how many of these "Alien" mummies have been found in the last decade or so?
I saw a TV special on them a couple years ago so I know they have had ample time to run any tests they could think of so why no clear diffinative answers?
Probabaly because the answers aren't the ones the believers want to hear.
Like the disclosure myth, the governments of the world could throw open every vault and file they have and if it didn't say what the believers want to hear they won't believe them.
Wonder why they always use Russian, Chinese, or Spanish scientists? For the same reasons "reporters" a couple centuries ago did the same thing, no one will be able to check on the story.

Here's one for you, proof ET mates with sheep.

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« Reply #18 on: Jun 14th, 2012, 11:49pm »

on Jun 14th, 2012, 3:44pm, MOKSHA wrote:
MR<>23
You made me giggle
THANKS
with your expert level understanding of music, I would of thought you knew what I meant.
I have always wondered how and why music and the lyrics have such a effect on me, I can only hope it effects others the same way.
for me this is the same principle of the Bubble Earth thing, & DNA.
Have you closed that door as a possibility?
MW


BTW...it's Dr Wu 23....not Mr 23
Apparently you need an eye exam as well as other interventions.
What possibility are you referring to?
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on Jun 14th, 2012, 10:17pm, skizicks wrote:
Just how long has the so called Star Child been under examination?
Just how many of these "Alien" mummies have been found in the last decade or so?
I saw a TV special on them a couple years ago so I know they have had ample time to run any tests they could think of so why no clear diffinative answers?
Probabaly because the answers aren't the ones the believers want to hear.
Like the disclosure myth, the governments of the world could throw open every vault and file they have and if it didn't say what the believers want to hear they won't believe them.
Wonder why they always use Russian, Chinese, or Spanish scientists? For the same reasons "reporters" a couple centuries ago did the same thing, no one will be able to check on the story.

Here's one for you, proof ET mates with sheep.

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Eeewww...that's just plain creepy.
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« Reply #20 on: Jun 15th, 2012, 5:10pm »

That picture looks like a great candidate to blow up in Photoshop to check the pixelation. It might provide a good guideline to post in a certain section here.

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« Reply #21 on: Jun 15th, 2012, 8:37pm »

Believe it or not that is just a still born lamb. The "face" looks human only because of the angle of the picture.
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« Reply #22 on: Jun 15th, 2012, 8:49pm »

Getting back to the "non-human" mummy, I think we can all agree it is a mystery that needs to be solved. DNA research would certainly go a long way toward doing that. But remember, the easiest thing to determine is what it is NOT.

One common complaint amongst scientists about ufology is that too many folks jump to the conclusion that an unknown light or object is an extra-terrestrial craft full of aliens.

That being said, I cannot believe an anthropologist would make the following assertion:

"We thought he was a child but Spanish and Russian doctors have come and we have confirmed that it is indeed an extraterrestrial being," said the anthropologist.

That statement, without supporting data, is a turn-off and detracts from the validity of the story.

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« Reply #23 on: Jun 15th, 2012, 8:57pm »

I agree Swamp. That's the irresponsible comment I've been referring to. Not exactly scientific deduction, is it?

Want to place a bet on the comment being presented out of context?

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« Reply #24 on: Jun 17th, 2012, 8:15pm »

Sounds similar to the Pedro Mountain mummy of Wyoming. Found in 1932, it was displayed as a lost race of 'little people' of native American myth. The mummy itself is missing, but photos and written descriptions lead doctors and anthropologists to believe it was a severely deformed child that died and was given a burial.

This one is described as having a fontanelle. That suggests it is a child also. The only contrary claim is a vague third party referance to an uncredited unnamed Russian doctor who claims it is not human. Pretty flimsy story.
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« Reply #25 on: Jun 18th, 2012, 12:51am »

<sigh> "the mummy itself is missing". Sounds very much like the reports from the mounds regarding 7 to 9 foot skeletons. A couple of those still exist in Winnemucca, but the bulk allegedly disappeared at the same place. The 19th Century Smithsonian. All of the reports are very consistent with one another and they match the description of a race that many Indian Nations claim they were forced to annihilate when they first arrived here. If some of those skeletons had not survived? You get the picture.

Archaeologists want us to believe that the Indians built those mounds. But the Indians said no, and most tribes refused to go near them. And no tribes lived on or near one.

Then there is the Great Lakes Copper Culture. Somebody was mining Copper on the Great Lakes several thousand years ago, and science wants us to believe it was the natives, despite the fact that no native culture possessed metallurgy technology. This is one technology a people does not simply forget.

Which leads to the obvious case of Kennewick Man. Science has done their share of myth promotion here for some reason or other. Might I point out that the army found many of those large skeletons? And we all know they measured theirs.

I'm not going to land on either side of an argument here except this one. There are some legends about North America that there appears to be some substance to. For some reason or other scientists destroyed evidence here, and the only available explanation is 19th Century attitudes. But those legends appear to have nothing to do with these reports, so the point is moot here. I'm just wondering why science dispensed with these reports despite there being some evidence to the contrary? Science is not infallible. Scientists are human and one of them may easily have made a rash statement. At Lovelock, Nevada they were throwing the skeletons in the river. The only reason I can think of is two irresponsible scientists with lacking IQs were destroying them because they fit no known theory. Hopefully they would not do the same today? The late 19th Century was a strange time.
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« Reply #26 on: Jul 5th, 2012, 11:15am »

While off hunting for news tonight I came upon this...:

Alien Life Discovered? Hybrid Baby Skeleton Found in Peru (Video)

http://news.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474981432925
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« Reply #27 on: Jul 5th, 2012, 5:11pm »

Meh, I think I'll wait to see the results of the DNA test Pen. A lot of profiteering seems to be invading our community recently. Have you noticed that?

Nothing wrong with making a buck though. But <Joe Friday voice> just the facts please.

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« Reply #28 on: Jul 5th, 2012, 10:04pm »

Some time back I watched a TV show about legendary monsters.
The investigator had legends and stories about how parts of monsters were presented to the gods at temples. When they tracked down the field notes of work done at the temples they found where bones and other non-human remains were simply tossed with the trash because they were seen as contamination by those working the site.
I'm sure that other diggers have tossed bones and other artifacts that did not fit the picture they were tryimng to make.
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« Reply #29 on: Jul 6th, 2012, 11:21am »

Case and point would be Lovelock, Nevada Skizicks. When they were contacted about 7 to 9 foot skeletons in a cave being mined for bat guana, archaeologists showed up and started cataloging the artifacts, but were throwing the skeletons in the river. The only reason a few survived is because some of the guana miners knew they were important and hauled them off to the Winnemucca Museum.

When I was in school we were taught about the skeletons of that size range which were discovered in the Mississippian Mounds. Today you can't find reference to them anywhere, and academia is teaching that Native Americans built those mounds. Despite the fact that every tribe out there has told them otherwise. So they proceed to bribe the Indians by making them the only peoples who ever lived here as recognized by academia.

But they also claim Native Americans were responsible for the Great Lakes Copper Culture as well, despite the fact that no tribe possesses any form of metallurgy before the European Settlers arrived. So what were they doing with the Copper they mined? The answer is simple. They weren't the ones doing it. Peoples don't give up advancements like metallurgy and go back to the Stone Age.

So you're right. There are scientists out there who are willing to destroy important pieces of history because it fits no known theory. I suspect they are a minority though.

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