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Friday, September 21, 2012

Scientists Admit Everything They Have Been Telling You For Past Fifty Years Is A Big Fat Lie

You heard it first on Vault-Co. Here in 2007, but I think much earlier on this blog.

UPDATE : This whole fiasco reminds me so much of this scene in the original with Dr. Octavius arguing with Taylor at the archaeological dig about the origins of the creatures who lived there before.

Remember, we're "nuts" until mainstream science admits we were right, in which case we are still "nuts" but scienmajists can be totally wrong and still remain the "orthodoxy."

If I told people half of what I know about this subject I am scared somebody would actually consider it worth the $10.75 it would cost to have me killed. I've read and forgotten more about this subject than most academics could if they had the rest of their lives to do so.

You figure I was sitting on a milk crate in front of Union Station reading from 1989-1991 for 9 hours a day 6 days a week 52 weeks a year, that's 2808 hours of reading a year times three equals 8424 hours of reading in three years alone, mostly cutting edge anthropology from private sources. If you figure I read at nearly six times the speed of an ordinary person then you could postulate I squeezed a 12 year professor's degree into three years and some left over. That's actually assuming a professor spent that 12 years in study and not just cadging and copying notes for his thesis from some degree mill in Thailand and spending the other 23 hours a day watching Oprah Winfrey, sitting in the lounge drinking Schnapps and dodging his teaching assignments, which is a very likely scenario for about 9 out of 10 edjamafacated types.

Then if you consider I might have an unparalleled ability to correlate all that information into a unique synthesis and come up with insight that was staring everybody else in the face if they could only connect all those dots ... well, you get the idea.

12 comments:

GlucoseBoy said...

"Modern humans didn't really emerge from one location in Africa" is fast becoming the new "Neanderthals weren't nearly as backwards as we thought".

If I told people half of what I know about this subject I am scared somebody would actually consider it worth the $10.75 it would cost to have me killed.

Confirm or deny:

Tolkien wrote the Lord of the Rings based on forgotten occult histories he found at Oxford.

GlucoseBoy said...

Confirm or deny:

Many of our political leaders are clones.

Ave said...

There is one thing I wanted to add about mural paintings in Lascaux and elsewhere.

There are not first trials. They display good mastery of colour and proportion.

This means there must have been an equivalent of an art school outside the cave. Just imagine the nice life and character these people had, when back from hunting they would bask in the sun and practice painting, to the sound of a flute.

Millenia later, this would be the typical day of a member of nobility (hunting, painting, music, culture and refinement in general).

lucid said...

Three years sitting on a milk crate! I bet your bum still looks like a waffle!

GlucoseBoy said...

Confirm or deny:

Ancestral melonheads had bluish skin due to high coppper concentrations.

njartist said...

@ Ave:
"This means there must have been an equivalent of an art school outside the cave. "

Yes. This was one of the first things I was taught in Art History: the Venus figures were used as evidence of the master/apprentice system; the fact that these figures extend across Europe into China maintaining their geometry but being elongated was more evidence; Venus figurines have also been found which are stopped at various stages of production: each has the o (rotate right) construction. Furthermore, the Lascaux cave paintings demonstrate that there were was a canon - how to do things - in effect: the paintings were done by lamplight - large fires would have suffocated the artisans - ; the images communicated meaning; and various formal qualities are consistent across images.

njartist said...

"Ancestral melonheads had bluish skin due to high copper concentrations."
@Sugarboi: confirm or deny melonheads were Vulcans.

theepilgrim said...

"This whole fiasco reminds me so much of this scene in the original with Dr. Octavius arguing with Taylor at the archaeological dig about the origins of the creatures who lived there before."

Good find. It's actually eerie how much that resembles reality.

The more I think about it, Planet of the Apes is a perfect analogy for the Sapiens-Neanderthal relationship, to the point where you have to wonder if it's not accidental. Many mainstream anthropologists also used to believe that Neanderthals couldn't speak, just like the apes in movie didn't think humans could speak.

I might just have to rewatch those old movies to see how many other parallels I can find.

GlucoseBoy said...

UPDATE : This whole fiasco reminds me so much of this scene in the original with Dr. Octavius arguing with Taylor at the archaeological dig about the origins of the creatures who lived there before.

Gorillas are sapiens, orangutangs are melonheads, chimpanzees are neanderthals.

This quote by Jodorowsky pretty much summarizes how I feel when I read this blog:

There is an artist, only one in the medium of a million other artists, which only once in his life, by a species of divine grace, receives an immortal topic, a MYTH... I say "receives" and not "creates" because the works of art its received in a state of mediumnity directly of the unconscious collective. Work exceeds the artist and to some extent, it kills it because humanity, by receiving the impact of the Myth, has a major need to erase the individual who received it and transmitted: its individual personality obstructs, stains the purity of the message which, of its base, requires to be anonymous...

Pohjoisen Natiivi said...

...GlucoseBoy i deny that, maybe some of them had Blue skin, but most were apparently WHITE ppl, orange / red hair n blue eyes. Basically like really big Scots or Micks or whatnot. I have read though that some people have seen in relatively modern times (like in the 70´s) blue skinned humanoids in some caves, but who knows.

I have a query for the Big Boss, boss Nass (Tex) ; What do ya reckon them bigheads thought about animals ? Cos the ancients all seemed to really dig 2 things : Animals n Stone. They were always making stone animals or drawing these Therianthropes (manimals) or making statues of somekind of crocs (aye) snakes n whatnot. I know that in Peru n Bolivia and such they represented amongst other things, states of consciousness(or levels).

Texas Arcane said...

Pohjoisen -

It looks like the Neanderthals were obsessed with mammals, the Melonheads were obsessed with reptiles and cold-blooded creatures. This alone would show the gulf that might exist between them that could create antagonism. The Neanderthals could be described as a people of warmth and emotion, most of it directed at others around them. The Melonheads show by the focus of their artwork and construction they were cold, pragmatic and highly abstracted thinkers, probably unfettered by too much culture and concern as were the Neanderthals. When they paid respect to their deities it was at a distance, but in folk heroes like Enkidu we see that the Neanderthals idealized many traits that all Neanderthals had to some degree. It was likely that respect for ancestors played a large part in the lives of both kinds of people, with the Melonheads in particular being obsessed about the conditions and placement of their bodies after death. The Neanderthals had extensive funeral rituals over a long period of time but the Melonheads treated their own with enormous care and extreme attention to their final repose. Compare with Melonhead slaves, which they simply buried alive when the job was done. Who holds still to be buried alive, by the way? It's not like your boss is going to fire you if you try to run for it.

Pohjoisen Natiivi said...

I see, yea. Interesting stuff and that last part is, what i too have always wondered. How the hell did they manage to bury the workers with the Terracotta, regalia, paraphernalia, treasures and stuff. They must have been fairly simple workers.

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