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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

The not easily explained collection.

 Evidence or time travel, Aliens, Advance civilizations? There are many theories? i would like to stick as many anomalies as possible  in one place  so to get a better picture of how common these items are around the world and hopefully provoke further thought. 


ABYDOS CARVINGS
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Temple of Seti the 1st (Seti I) carvings believed to be over 3000 years old.
What is displayed in the above carving modern machine’s or just a result of erosion or people re writing in the soft sand stone?
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Dendera Lights
Dose the above depict a light bulb? Scientist have created a working example based on the above carving.
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Antikythera Mechanism
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“Retrieved by sponge divers off the coast of Antikythera in or around 1900AD.  Scientists all agree that it is real and that it dates from some time during the 2nd century BC making it well over 2,000 years old.  Not until the 18th century do you see anything similar”
Vimanas
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“Discovered in Pre-Columbian tombs and date back to 800-600BC”
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Palenque: (Mayan Pyramid Complex)
What dose this carving show?
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"Disputa sull'Eucaristia" by Ventura Salimbeni"

 Resemblance to the Russian sputnik probe? Proof of time travel or did they take inspiration from the early 1600 painting?












Saqqara bird
When the model was scaled up and tested in a wind tunnel it should signs of being capable of flight. It would need a elevator on the tail to aid flight. Intrestingly their is a notch on the tail which at one time might have contained one. Just a model of a bird? Or very early plan?


 Gobekli Tepe in Turkey Predates the Pyramids of Giza

It is 11,500 years old. g  That’s 7,000 years before the Pyramids of Giza and 6,000 years before Stonehenge

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