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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Those Sculptures In South America

Keep watching. It is quite good.

Something overlooked because it is inconsistent with what should be true.

I think there is more than ample evidence that these sculptures warrant much deeper investigation.

Imagine how much remains undiscovered if a couple of idiots with shovels can just randomly break ground and discover this much. Unfathomable amounts of artefacts in this region.

12 comments:

njartist said...

I think the so-called contract archeologist is merely a ringer.

Luke said...

If the people who made these figurines were in actual contact with dinosaurs, wouldn't they portray them with feathers? Seems more likely to be a hoax, or figurines made from discovered dinosaur bones.

Also, I have been reading Waiting for the Miracle by Alan Watt and recommend it to other vault co readers. He makes a similar connection to Tex with the Hyksos, Khazars, and Ashkenazi.

styrac1 said...

Bolshevist crackdown on dissenters in Kwainstania

http://tapnewswire.com/2015/07/former-genenral-wesley-clark-calls-for-disloyal-americans-to-be-locked-up-in-internment-camps/

theepilgrim said...

I'm leaning towards these being fakes for the reason that you yourself have pointed out on this blog: dinosaurs had feathers. These sculptures depict them in the typical Godzilla lizard form that they've been mischaracterized as since their discovery.

Chris from Sydney said...

Well 'gay marriage' has come and gone so why should not having a partner be a barrier to marriage ?
http://www.vice.com/read/marry-yourself?utm_source=vicetwitterus

"Yasmin Eleby did not want to be single at 40"
"Back in 1957, a University of Michigan study showed 80 percent of people thought people who preferred being single were "immoral" or "sick." But in the 90s, there were shows like Sex and the City and Ally McBeal that showed women prizing friendships and, crucially, themselves over their relationships with men"

20 years ago when Yasmin was 20 she watched 'Sex and the city'. Suddenly she's single at 40.
Does anyone see a pattern in this ?

Texas Arcane said...

@All

The most incredible thing about that video for me was a bunch of yahoos saying, yeah, let's pick a random spot on the side of the mountain and dig ... and bringing up priceless 4000 year old Mesoamerican artefacts. Imagine how much is down there that nobody has ever discovered.

Also, artefacts (hoaxed or not) sitting in cardboard boxes in a storage room in Mexico. They are interesting if nothing else for their history. This whole video told me that contrary to popular belief almost no significant investigation of South America has ever taken place. It is just superstition by academics who have never left America offering their opinions on these subjects. You want to listen to people who have got their hands dirty down there before anyone else.

Texas Arcane said...

@Luke

I agree some of them are clearly hoaxes but when you discover how easy it was for the guy to discover some of his own (just a guy down there with no support from anybody) it tells me there is stuff buried under the ground down there that is not a hoax that would probably blow all existing history to pieces.

Luke said...

@Tex

Agreed.

Rowan said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP7L8bw5QF4

Here's an interesting video, I seem to remember you mentioning something similar in the past Tex?

bicebicebice said...

http://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-ancient-technology/medical-mystery-usermontu-why-discovery-2600-year-old-knee-screw-020445

two miles said...

Tex, I'm hoping you'll join the discussion at Chateau Heartiste re a post about Neanderthals and their extinction.

bicebicebice said...

http://www.bbc.com/news/33605230

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