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3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

evidence that sea levels were much lower in the past, it also points to some cataclysm in the past which caused the ancient 'flood', or earth crustal changes which caused some landmasses to sink and others to rise

just reading a Graham Hancock book 

"Magicians of the gods"....

first part is about a flood some 12800 bp(before present)

 

so many evidence that one big flood happend but.....it is discarded by the institutions

 

i mean it is bonkers how the uniformity is rulling in academic circles.....almost like it's by design 😉

 

 

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7 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

just reading a Graham Hancock book 

"Magicians of the gods"....

first part is about a flood some 12800 bp(before present)

 

so many evidence that one big flood happend but.....it is discarded by the institutions

 

i mean it is bonkers how the uniformity is rulling in academic circles.....almost like it's by design 😉

 

 

 

That's exactly it, there is evidence of a former forest that extends some 25 miles into Cardigan Bay, but muh 'man-made climate change' causes rising sea levels.

 

Well I'm pretty sure that sea levels must have risen gradually over the course of thousands of years in order to kill off and petrify a whole forest like this.

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8 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

That's exactly it, there is evidence of a former forest that extends some 25 miles into Cardigan Bay, but muh 'man-made climate change' causes rising sea levels.

 

Well I'm pretty sure that sea levels must have risen gradually over the course of thousands of years in order to kill off and petrify a whole forest like this.

he says(based on aincent text and geological evidence gatherd by REAL scientist)

 

that comet or more of them entered the atmosphere above Canda and some of them reached Europe...

 

melted the ice cap ect.

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Ive always been puzzled by the polygonal stonework that fits together perfectly we find globally & always gone with the geopolymer theory.

This is a good video on the topic & still leaves you even more baffled at the end.

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Forget the Nazca lines! Huge spiral covering 100,000 square metres found in India's Thar desert may be largest drawing EVER made, experts say

  • A father-and-son team discovered evidence of lines by scouring Google Earth
  • They were confirmed after a drone flight over the Thar desert near Boha village
  • The authors say the largest line spirals inwards and is over seven miles long 
  • This makes it the single largest geoglyph ever discovered, larger than any individual line or drawing at the site of the famous Nazca Lines in Peru

By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline

Published: 13:49, 25 May 2021 | Updated: 13:49, 25 May 2021

A huge spiral covering 100,000 square metres discovered in the Indian desert may be the largest drawing ever made, according to experts, who say it dwarfs the Nazca lines in South America. The spiral artwork is made up of a series of small geoglyphs covering an area of about a million square feet in the Thar desert in India, first spotted on Google Earth by Carlo and Yohann Oetheimer, a father and son research team from France. Nazca lines in Peru are a group of geoglyphs etched into a 380 sq mile area of desert sands dating back to at least 500 BCE, featuring figures of animals and plants. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9616319/Huge-spiral-Indian-desert-largest-drawing-experts-say.html

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14 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

Forget the Nazca lines! Huge spiral covering 100,000 square metres found in India's Thar desert may be largest drawing EVER made, experts say

  • A father-and-son team discovered evidence of lines by scouring Google Earth
  • They were confirmed after a drone flight over the Thar desert near Boha village
  • The authors say the largest line spirals inwards and is over seven miles long 
  • This makes it the single largest geoglyph ever discovered, larger than any individual line or drawing at the site of the famous Nazca Lines in Peru

By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline

Published: 13:49, 25 May 2021 | Updated: 13:49, 25 May 2021

A huge spiral covering 100,000 square metres discovered in the Indian desert may be the largest drawing ever made, according to experts, who say it dwarfs the Nazca lines in South America. The spiral artwork is made up of a series of small geoglyphs covering an area of about a million square feet in the Thar desert in India, first spotted on Google Earth by Carlo and Yohann Oetheimer, a father and son research team from France. Nazca lines in Peru are a group of geoglyphs etched into a 380 sq mile area of desert sands dating back to at least 500 BCE, featuring figures of animals and plants. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9616319/Huge-spiral-Indian-desert-largest-drawing-experts-say.html

Great post. So much out there to be found and learnt about. Amazes me that humans have time for wars etc. There’s enough to keep millions occupied forever.

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Similar things in the Amazon. Geo glyphs etc.  Problem is anytime new discoveries  are made the powers that be dismiss them, as they would need to rewrite their bullshit books which indoctrinate us.

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The Richat Structure - 'The Eye of the Sahara'

 

Jimmy of the Bright Insight YouTube channel has previously made videos on the Richat Structure and his theory that it could be the site of lost Atlantis.

 

In this latest video, he reveals declassified CIA documents which confirm that the structure was of interest to the CIA during a secret mission in 1967 where the region was surveyed for geo-magnetic anomalies. Despite the declassification, the findings of the results of the surveys remain secret. This has further sparked Jimmy's belief about this mysterious structure as Atlantis could well have been a site with unique geo-magnetic properties.

 

Jimmy makes the case again for the Richat Structure, located in Mauritania, being the site of the capital of Atlantis which was made up of ten kingdoms. He draws on the writings of Plato who inherited his story from Solon, an Athenian statesman who learned about Atlantis from an Egyptian priest. Atlantis is described to have been an island with three rings of water and two of land as mirrored by the Richat Structure. These rings also open out to the south, and the site is surrounded by large plains with mountains to the north. The site is covered in white blemishes of salt which is evidence that the sea once surrounded it along with red, blue and black stones which are also mentioned in Plato's description. Atlantis was said to have seen elephants which can still be found in Mauritania, along with an abundance of iron, copper and gold. Furthermore, the kings of Atlantis were said to have been the sons of Poseiden and Cleto of which the first born was called Atlas coinciding also with the name of a legendary king of Mauretania.

 

At the time Atlantis was said to exist, the Sahara was a lush green tropical paradise before it started to turn to desert 11,600 years ago which coincides with Plato's account about when the destruction of Atlantis occurred and with the end of the Younger Dryas. There is evidence of ancient water flow and of cataclysmic erosion where even bedrock was removed meaning that any structures would have stood little chance of survival whereby the core would have been exposed. Whilst Jimmy's theory has been criticised because the Richat Structure is more than 1,200 feet above sea level, he explains that it is located in an area of repeated volcanic activity which could have elevated it. Atlantis, after the cataclysm which destroyed its capital, was left surrounded by an impassable barrier of mud with reeds poking through which suggests to Jimmy that it will not be found in sunken depths in the world's seas or oceans.

 

 

Jimmy also refers to the Chan Thomas' 'The Adam and Eve Story' which had also been classified by the CIA and later declassified in highly sanitised form. Here is the link to the thread on 'The Adam and Eve Story' for those who want to take a look.

 

 

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On 5/25/2021 at 9:53 PM, Mitochondrial Eve said:

At the time Atlantis was said to exist, the Sahara was a lush green tropical paradise before it started to turn to desert 11,600 years ago which coincides with Plato's account about when the destruction of Atlantis occurred and with the end of the Younger Dryas. There is evidence of ancient water flow and of cataclysmic erosion where even bedrock was removed meaning that any structures would have stood little chance of survival whereby the core would have been exposed. Whilst Jimmy's theory has been criticised because the Richat Structure is more than 1,200 feet above sea level, he explains that it is located in an area of repeated volcanic activity which could have elevated it. Atlantis, after the cataclysm which destroyed its capital, was left surrounded by an impassable barrier of mud with reeds poking through which suggests to Jimmy that it will not be found in sunken depths in the world's seas or oceans.

 

Regarding the Sahara Desert, there's some more on this at the Stolen History forum, and a theory that it may only be a few hundred years old, rather than the thousands or millions being claimed:

https://stolenhistory.net/threads/400-year-old-sahara-desert-or-why-people-forgot-everything-they-knew-about-africa.31/

 

 

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I know it’s not strictly an oopart. Tonight using binoculars to observe the moon I noticed an anomaly. Have over twenty years of experience with astronomy but not an expert.

About 3- 5 degrees west of north there is a triangular bulge pushing into the dark side.  Occasionally it pulses. 
most likely explanation is trick of the light but I’m not completely convinced. As it is in one continuous spot, never varying from its position even with the progress of the moon across the sky.

if any of you read this and have telescope/ binoculars, check it out.

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25 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Or they just hide old finds if they don't fit the woke narrative. Smithsonian, I'm looking at you.

No likes. So true. I’d be really interested to see the giant skeletons allegedly found in u.s.a, that ended up there. Also to go and look properly on the Grand Canyon no go zone.

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Mysterious ancient hypogeum skulls to be studied

Some strange theories surround the abnormally shaped skulls

22 July 2019

 

Human skulls found at the prehistoric Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum are to be studied in attempt to uncover the mystery of their origin and abnormal shape.

In 1926, Temi Zammit described the skulls found at the prehistoric burial site as being “of the long variety (dolichocephalic.)” 

Some thought they were from a culture that deliberately modified skulls, while others went as far as to claim they were from aliens.

 

Researchers from the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage, Malta and Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia will look into their condition and origin.

The €6,000 project entitled ‘The Sentinels of Ħal Saflieni, Malta: Science Facts versus Science Fiction’ will be funded by the Union Académique Internationale.

Associate Professor Ronika Power of Maquarie University, Sydney was awarded the funding and will work with curators of the National Museum of Archaeology and the Prehistoric Sites Department of Heritage Malta, the osteologist of the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage, Malta, and international institutions.

The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is a multi-level underground burial complex in Paola.

Earliest remains at the site date back to about 4000BC, and the complex was used over a span of many centuries, up to 2500 BC.

https://timesofmalta.com/articles/view/mysterious-ancient-hypogeum-skulls-to-be-studied.723715

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^ if anyone manages to ever travel ever again without a vaccine passport and finds themself in malta and wants to go to Hal Saflieni but finds that you have to book well in advance because they limit the numbers of visitors you can sometimes get a ticket at the last minute from the ticket office down near fort st elmo at the head of the valletta peninsular. i think it was the 'malta experience' ticket office.

 

100031,xcitefun-hypogeum-of-hal-saflieni

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26 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

^ if anyone manages to ever travel ever again without a vaccine passport and finds themself in malta and wants to go to Hal Saflieni but finds that you have to book well in advance because they limit the numbers of visitors you can sometimes get a ticket at the last minute from the ticket office down near fort st elmo at the head of the valletta peninsular. i think it was the 'malta experience' ticket office.

 

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Went here a few years ago. Did seven months exploring Indian temples and building techniques just after. In my opinion Indian history is remarkably well ignored on  mstv. Some of it make western history look infantile by comparison.

Not in any way dissing western history. Just seems too conveniently ignored.

There is so much cool stuff in this planet. Man made or not. Don’t know where anyone finds the time to be violent or evil. Guess it’s some people’s nature.

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12 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Went here a few years ago. Did seven months exploring Indian temples and building techniques just after. In my opinion Indian history is remarkably well ignored on  mstv. Some of it make western history look infantile by comparison.

 

yes but where did those people who wrote the vedas come from? Did they move down into india from the north-west?

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8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

yes but where did those people who wrote the vedas come from? Did they move down into india from the north-west?

Absolutely agree it’s possible. Anything which doesn’t fit the the mainstream narrative coming out of the temples of oxbridge or American equivalents is dismissed out of hand or ridiculed. Quite clear that all historical records are in need of major overhauls and new eyes.

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20 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Absolutely agree it’s possible. Anything which doesn’t fit the the mainstream narrative coming out of the temples of oxbridge or American equivalents is dismissed out of hand or ridiculed. Quite clear that all historical records are in need of major overhauls and new eyes.

 

ajanta and elora are incredible though

 

also ashokas pillars are interesting and the metal pillar that is in delhi is made up of a purity of metal that was not thought possible for that time:

Iron pillar of Delhi

The iron pillar of Delhi is a structure 23 feet 8 inches (7.2 metres) high with 16 inches (40.64 cm) diameter that was constructed by Chandragupta II (reigned c. 375–415 CE), and now stands in the Qutb complex at Mehrauli in Delhi, India.[1][2] It is famous for the rust-resistant composition of the metals used in its construction. The pillar weighs over three tonnes (6,614 lb) and is thought to have been erected elsewhere, perhaps outside the Udayagiri Caves,[3] and moved to its present location early in the Delhi Sultanate.

QtubIronPillar.JPG

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_pillar_of_Delhi

 

The workmanship of the temples at dilwara is also stunning and the craftsmen were paid in the amount of marble dust that they managed to coax out of the stone:

dilwara-temple-jain-temple-rajasthan-ind

 

 

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4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

ajanta and elora are incredible though

 

also ashokas pillars are interesting and the metal pillar that is in delhi is made up of a purity of metal that was not thought possible for that time:

Iron pillar of Delhi

The iron pillar of Delhi is a structure 23 feet 8 inches (7.2 metres) high with 16 inches (40.64 cm) diameter that was constructed by Chandragupta II (reigned c. 375–415 CE), and now stands in the Qutb complex at Mehrauli in Delhi, India.[1][2] It is famous for the rust-resistant composition of the metals used in its construction. The pillar weighs over three tonnes (6,614 lb) and is thought to have been erected elsewhere, perhaps outside the Udayagiri Caves,[3] and moved to its present location early in the Delhi Sultanate.

QtubIronPillar.JPG

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_pillar_of_Delhi

 

The workmanship of the temples at dilwara is also stunning and the craftsmen were paid in the amount of marble dust that they managed to coax out of the stone:

dilwara-temple-jain-temple-rajasthan-ind

 

 

Great post!

 Listen ending to the 12th  planet  sat in the sun. Stitching discussing from an evolutionary point of view, the ultimate oopart.
Humankind.  

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On 7/19/2021 at 7:47 PM, oddsnsods said:

 

Watched a doc on Amazon prime a few nights ago. Whilst nowhere near as detailed as this is, it still discusses some interesting places with yet more examples of incredible stone working. At a period when as Ancient Egypt, although much later, humankind theoretically couldn’t produce such works with the tools available. And certainly not to the precision achieved.

pits called BAM builders of ancient mysteries.

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On 1/9/2021 at 7:32 PM, screamingeagle said:

 

 

realy like his work....

 

there is even audio book on ytb

Love his work as well. Always comes across as intelligent, thoughtful, non judgemental and open minded. Whilst using imo logical thought processes, vast research and a willingness to work with others to try and understand our Earths incredible history.

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4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

The workmanship of the temples at dilwara is also stunning and the craftsmen were paid in the amount of marble dust that they managed to coax out of the stone:

 

 

Thats the bullshit line they feed you yeah, but there are Hindu temples that could no way be hand sculptured by hand in my opinion, like Angkor Wat in Cambodia, an obvious example, the carvings are unique everywhere on the biggest temple in the world.

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