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Old 26-08-2010, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default 1776 Pyramids on one Philippine Island

The 1,268 Chocolate Hills of Bohol, Philippines; Geological or Man-Made?


Has anyone come across these cone pyramids on a Philippine island ?

http://s8int.com/images8/bohol2.jpg


An interesting note, is that , when the 'EXPERTS' came and did a survey, they claimed that they "are not man-made".







They have no idea how they were made, but still make the amazing claim that "they are geological".

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Old 26-08-2010, 10:16 PM   #2
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http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Chocolate-Hills

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“ There is no natural formation like them in the world.[6] From a distance, they look like half a ball grown out of the ground.[7] The molehill-shaped and almost uniformly sized hills dot the landscape with green and brown. ”
The Chocolate Hills is a rolling terrain of haycock hills — mounds of general shape which are conical and almost symmetrical.[8]

Estimated to be at least 1,268 individual mounds to about 1,776, these cone-shaped or dome-shaped hills are actually grass-covered limestone hills. The large and numerous perfect domes vary in sizes from 30 metres (98 ft) to 50 metres (160 ft) high with the largest being 120 metres (390 ft) in height.


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Old 26-08-2010, 10:23 PM   #3
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http://www.lugaluda.com/chocolate-hills-philippines/



"Some proposed that, like the pyramids of Egypt, the Chocolate Hills were man-made, but this idea was immediately abandoned because creating these hills will be far more complicated than the pyramids.

There are, in fact, 1,268 hills. For there is no natural formation like them in the world. From a distance, they look like half a ball grown out of the ground. The molehill-shaped and almost uniformly sized hills dot the landscape with green and brown."



So there you have it, they can't be man-made because the people at that time couldn't have had the technological know-how.
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Old 26-08-2010, 11:03 PM   #4
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http://www.articlealley.com/article_122470_29.html

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During the dry season, the precipitation is inadequate such that the grass-covered hills dry up and turn chocolate brown. This transforms the area into seemingly endless rows of chocolate "kisses"., hence the name in reference to a branded confection.

Geologists have actually long debated about the formation of the hills, resulting in various ways the origin of the Chocolate Hills are stated or explained. The one written on the bronze plaque at the viewing deck in Carmen, Bohol states that they are eroded formations of a type of marine limestone that sits on top of hardened clay. The plaque reads: "The unique land form known as the Chocolate Hills of Bohol was formed ages ago by the uplift of coral deposits and the action of rain water and erosion."

Another statement says: "the grassy hills were once coral reefs that erupted from the sea in a massive geologic shift. Wind and water put on the finishing touches over hundreds of thousands of years."
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Old 26-08-2010, 11:06 PM   #5
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I know people who have been there to see em.

Could be ancient, massive termites?
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Old 27-08-2010, 12:22 AM   #6
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They do look man-made. This is the first I've heard of these, very cool. If they're a natural formation, I would guess it has something to do with geothermal activity. The Philippines are very volcanically active, as they're in the 'Ring of fire'. Maybe they're ancient remnants of where magma began to form volcanic cones, but kept moving through? I wonder if they're ancient geysers as well.

If by some remote chance that it turns out that they are indeed man-made, that discovery would be monumental, though not very surprising. Asia is covered with pyramids.
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Old 27-08-2010, 12:41 AM   #7
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hehehe, who said the pyramids are man-made to start with?
Anyone who read ROBERT BAUVALS and Graham Hancock "Keeper of Genesis" will know it is definitely not a man made construction, no matter how much sand the governments want to through into our eyes convincing us of the opposite!

read the book people, it is a must. A great read

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Old 27-08-2010, 12:48 AM   #8
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The 1,268 Chocolate Hills of Bohol, Philippines; Geological or Man-Made?
this whole planet we call EARTH is a total mystery from it's inner to the outer limits of it... and so are all the living and not living things on it... humans are so busy fighting each other that they miss the most beautiful purpose of their LIFE ON EARTH with the most insiginificant activities, from gossiping, watching stupid "soaps" and big brothers as well as living the illusions that Things dictated who they are....

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the beautiful purpose of life i believe is: to live and let live, love and be loved, create share and spread positivity and feel part of the whole, feel alive...

at present things are more dead than ever, unfortunately...
..the origin of Humans is surely not "man-made", personally i believe that we were created by other life form, extra-terrestrial/outer-dimensional.

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Old 27-08-2010, 06:37 AM   #9
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"Some proposed that, like the pyramids of Egypt, the Chocolate Hills were man-made, but this idea was immediately abandoned because creating these hills will be far more complicated than the pyramids.
"We don't understand it so it can't be true!" Science is so awesome
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Chocolate Hills of Bohol

What a brilliant name!
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Old 27-08-2010, 10:24 AM   #11
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Nice thanks. 1776? Like the year when Bavarian Illuminati was founded. Interesting co-incidence.

Edit: Actually it says 1,268 in the article. The 1776 is only on the thread title. Where did you get that number?

More edit: Ok it says "between 1,268 and 1,776" on the article. I really should read the whole thing before posting.
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No problems 'haukipesukone'.

Actually after visiting a few sites, the numbers do vary from 1266 to 1776.

You would think the ‘EXPERTS’ would actually bother to do an accurate count.

By the way, David Wilcock has been commenting on the structures, - see video clip - and with particular reference to the 1776 number and it’s significance.



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Old 27-08-2010, 06:10 PM   #13
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Thanks hoverfly, I was trying to find that link last night to post here too, but I couldn't remember whether I'd heard David W or Jordan Maxwell talking about it, so I gave up.
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Old 27-08-2010, 06:38 PM   #14
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An afternoon of work with a spare shovel, start at the top and dig down until you hit the jackpot.

Simple? any forum member in the Philipines?
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