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15 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

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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.

 

Exactly, the guy I posted above Ancient architects on Satsayhuman Peru..he does a good video, but then in his further videos he tries to claim it was all done by the Inca. Which is obvious nonsense. He offers no evidence for how they carved the massive polygonal masonry & fitted together perfectly as you see throughout the world in multiple civilizations. Yet mainstream will poo poo & ignore this evidence. Or they put out crappy history channel cheese ancient aliens to ridicule. Bens videos are the most indepth ive seen on the topic & blow away the rest imo. John Anthony West made some good videos, but most of these people do not go into depth like Uncharted X.

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14 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Exactly, the guy I posted above Ancient architects on Satsayhuman Peru..he does a good video, but then in his further videos he tries to claim it was all done by the Inca. Which is obvious nonsense. He offers no evidence for how they carved the massive polygonal masonry & fitted together perfectly as you see throughout the world in multiple civilizations. Yet mainstream will poo poo & ignore this evidence. Or they put out crappy history channel cheese ancient aliens to ridicule. Bens videos are the most indepth ive seen on the topic & blow away the rest imo. John Anthony West made some good videos, but most of these people do not go into depth like Uncharted X.

I agree, really enjoyed the doc last night. Having problems breathing at night, I’m used to watching copious amounts of documentaries. Unfortunately most are very shallow and don’t push the boundaries at all. Its all primary school level shite that keep the proles quiet. 
Nice to see that he dedicates as much time as possible to each and every detail instead of plowing on regardless.
Thanks for these Odds, a real gem!!!

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25 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

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.

I understand that humanity’s evolution is constantly changing but i find it hard to believe the MSM idea that things just go to ruin. No people’s in history abandon their ideas or technological progress unless forced. It’s not logical. Whether cultural cleansing by other tribes or not being the original builders makes more sense to me.

The Anasazi are a perfect example. Even though they seem to have retreated more and more away fro the world, Building in increasingly inaccessible places, they never forgot their skills. Seen evidence allegedly that they may have witnessed cannibalism,  possibly of their own people by an outside group.  Would explain the retreat but still think there’s more going on.

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20 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

I understand that humanity’s evolution is constantly changing but i find it hard to believe the MSM idea that things just go to ruin. No people’s in history abandon their ideas or technological progress unless forced. It’s not logical. Whether cultural cleansing by other tribes or not being the original builders makes more sense to me.

The Anasazi are a perfect example. Even though they seem to have retreated more and more away fro the world, Building in increasingly inaccessible places, they never forgot their skills. Seen evidence allegedly that they may have witnessed cannibalism,  possibly of their own people by an outside group.  Would explain the retreat but still think there’s more going on.

 

Yes the mainstream wont deviate from the linear evolution theory, when clearly is not the case.

They are covering up & their kings seem to claim these temple sites for their own, but definitely didnt build. Like they were survivors or some cargo cult.

Archaeology will date the site by whatever they find from later settlers, but doesnt prove a thing.

You have pharaohs like Snefaru that they claim built 3 pyramids in their lifetime because of the most weakest evidence or in Peru with Pachacuti. Same with India.. obvious bullshit. And then they will tell you these cultures shared no link. They are liars.

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Someone I just remembered thought she disappeared as haven't seen any of her recent stuff, but she always brings up obscurities you wouldnt have heard or thought of all over, specially in Europe.

Some of her stuff is bat shit crazy imo, 50/50.

 

 

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42 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Yes the mainstream wont deviate from the linear evolution theory, when clearly is not the case.

They are covering up & their kings seem to claim these temple sites for their own, but definitely didnt build. Like they were survivors or some cargo cult.

Archaeology will date the site by whatever they find from later settlers, but doesnt prove a thing.

You have pharaohs like Snefaru that they claim built 3 pyramids in their lifetime because of the most weakest evidence or in Peru with Pachacuti. Same with India.. obvious bullshit. And then they will tell you these cultures shared no link. They are liars.

Imo the worlds greatest idiot could spot basic similarities between cultures and archaeology. Obvious one, pyramids. Not exactly the first choice design when building because of the need for accurate angles and measurements etc. Square would be easier. Clearly influenced by an unknown culture with individual interpretation of the info taught. Would explain why some are stepped/ some not. Why some are clearly influenced by the environment and beliefs of the builders whilst keeping to a general plan.

same with the cuts in stone. You just don’t go to that much effort unless you have efficient tools for the job IMO. Would be so resource consuming that the populace would revolt in no time

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24 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Someone I just remembered thought she disappeared as haven't seen any of her recent stuff, but she always brings up obscurities you wouldnt have heard or thought of all over, specially in Europe.

Some of her stuff is bat shit crazy imo, 50/50.

 

 

Maybe. But the human mind when exercised is a wonderful thing. Will enjoy these tonight!

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You guys might be interested in looking into the history of Sidcup.There is a pub there called 'The Star'. It uses that name because there used to be a star fort there. Historically Sidcup was a town where people stabled their horses on journeys between Rochester castle and London. Maybe somebody has dug into the history of the place already though, but I'm not sure.

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27 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

You guys might be interested in looking into the history of Sidcup.There is a pub there called 'The Star'. It uses that name because there used to be a star fort there. Historically Sidcup was a town where people stabled their horses on journeys between Rochester castle and London. Maybe somebody has dug into the history of the place already though, but I'm not sure.

Nice heads up!👍

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

You guys might be interested in looking into the history of Sidcup.There is a pub there called 'The Star'. It uses that name because there used to be a star fort there. Historically Sidcup was a town where people stabled their horses on journeys between Rochester castle and London. Maybe somebody has dug into the history of the place already though, but I'm not sure.

 

A member of the forum has a thread somewhere about how the names of inns around england are related to constellations

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Going back to malta there are strange lines in the rock that some have said look like cart tracks which often trail off over cliffs.

The Mysterious Cart Tracks of Malta

Kaushik Patowary Feb 5, 2014

In a number of locations across the islands of Malta and Gozo in the Mediterranean sea are complex network of parallel tracks cut into the limestone rocks that are apparently man-made. They are called “cart ruts” because of their resemblance to tracks left by carts. The tracks are up to 60 cm deep and have an average distance of 110 to 140 cm between them. Some of the tracks cross each other while others branch out to form junctions creating an illusion of a great railway station switching yard. The age and purpose of the tracks are still a mystery, but it’s generally presumed the ruts formed around 2,000 BC after new settlers came over from Sicily to start the Bronze Age in Malta.

One of the most complicated networks of cart-ruts is found at “Misrah Ghar il-Kbir” near the Dingli Cliffs. The site was nicknamed as "Clapham Junction" by an Englishman named David Trump because it reminded him of the busy railway station by the same name in London. The cart-ruts seem to be present everywhere and run in all different direction, covering an area of about 8 hectares or more. Some of these tracks actually run towards ancient quarries, supporting the theory that cart ruts were formed by rock carrying sleds.

Tracks like the cart ruts at Malta and Gozo are present on other places in the world such as in Sardinia, Sicily, Italy, Spain, Greece, France and Germany. Not all are of the same origin and not all had to fulfill the same purpose. Some are built with stone brick gutters, some are weathered wagon tracks and some grooves caused by natural erosion. Some of them are simply weathered Roman roads. But the rail tracks on Malta are unique and very impressive. It is very likely that they are simple traces of transport mediums, such as grinding poles of wood.

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https://www.amusingplanet.com/2014/02/the-mysterious-cart-tracks-of-malta.html

 

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Italian sailors knew about North America 150 years BEFORE Christopher Columbus discovered the continent, researchers claim

  • Reference to land 'where giants live' mentioned in writings of a Milanese friar
  • Italian academics came across passage while studying the Cronica Universalis
  • Text written by Galvaneus Flamma around 1340 and was studied for the first time
  • Prof says it provides evidence of early circulation about land west of Greenland

By Katie Weston For Mailonline

Published: 16:25 BST, 9 October 2021 | Updated: 19:17 BST, 9 October 2021

Italian sailors knew about America 150 years before Christopher Columbus discovered the continent, researchers have claimed.

A reference to Genoan sailors knowing of a land west from Greenland 'where giants live' has been uncovered in the writings of a 14th-century Milanese friar.

Italian academics came across the passage while studying the Cronica Universalis - written by Galvaneus Flamma around 1340 - for the first time.

Referring to 'Markland', meaning Forestland, the Dominican friar writes: 'In this land, there are buildings with such huge slabs of stone that nobody could build with them, except huge giants. 

'There are also green trees, animals and a great quantity of birds. However, no sailor was ever able to know anything for sure about this land or about its features.'

The text provides evidence that reports of the American continent were circulating in the Mediterranean region before Columbus's discovery, say researchers.

Popular belief suggests Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy, while others say he was a royal prince, a son of a Portuguese noble lady and exiled king.

There is also speculation that the navigator was Scottish, Catalan or Jewish.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10075519/Italian-sailors-knew-America-150-years-Christopher-Columbus-discovered-continent.html

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