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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #45 on: March 31, 2015, 06:43:57 pm »
OK, so every government in the world, as well as all of the universities, are collaborating on a massive hoax to convince the public that human beings figured out how to build stuff a couple of thousand years earlier than they actually learned to build stuff.

What's in it for them?

History is written by the winners. This was done to destroy the traces of the previous non-christian civilization. Inheritance is divided between european national groups. Change of elites, a palace coup, but on a global scale. Deep history provides a claim for possession. Maybe.

Or maybe just for fun.

So wait.  Christians built monolithic pre-Christian monuments to eradicate traces of pre-Christianity?

Finally, an explanation for all of those cave paintings of Jesus hunting woolly mammoths!

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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #46 on: March 31, 2015, 09:15:24 pm »
Christians very few have built in the past. More frequent replacement of the scenery under the dome:

As Muslims:

When not all restored, sometimes under the dome can be observed Muslim and Christian graffities:


Nineteenth-century artists paint the originals so:

Here the Roman Christians did not fix it, because saw crosses:

Also loved to answerbut pre-Christian monuments, leading to a moral norm:

Here is the foundation of a Christian monastery...of the tombstones, with the surviving non-Christian writings:

In some eastern churches remained more vivid traces of sun worship:


...

Left too many traces. And only the last two centuries, when there was access to the resource and capital, major construction began for academic Antiquity-Middle ages-Renaissance, 2015 years linear history from the birth of Christ, with Judea, Rome and, accordingly, Greece across Europe, since Sumer and Babylon.
But in my opinion, the funniest and most controversial is ancient Egypt. Its history is based the Old Testament, the basis and the beginning of the Bible. But this is a separate issue.

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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #47 on: March 31, 2015, 10:32:38 pm »
Stonehenge was in fact a druidic prayer circle, but not in the way that most of us think. The druids were hired as contractors to build an inn for weary travelers, but once they were paid they spent it all on masonry and erected a huge useless rock formation.

They've been running the same scam for thousands of years. We just had a CVS in town open up inside of a druidic prayer circle of rock slabs because the franchise owner hired Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction to build it.

How do you run a pharmacy out of hewn stone? There's almost no storage space and the Dunkin Donuts can see you fill your herpes medications.

Fuck druids.

Ah yes, CBC.

Type CBC into google and what's the first result you get? The Canadian Broadcast Corporation. Since when does Canada produce television? Obviously a front for Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction.

The CEO of this so-called CBC?



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

How many rocks are there in Stonehenge? 93.
The year of the CBC's 'founding'? 1936
The year of Stoneghenge's reconstruction? 1954

1954+1936+93=3983

But wait. If the CBC is going to produce media in order to crystallize the paradigm beyond subversion what tool do they need?

Copyright law.

When was copyright law enacted?

The Statute of Anne. 1710

Number of people hanged in Britain that year? 63.

3983-1710-63=2210

But I hope you haven't forgotten this motherfucker:



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

Add 2 to H and you get J
Take 2 from T and you get R
Take 10 from L and you get B

J R B

J. R. B



J. R. Bob Dobbs created stonehenge, with the help of Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction, which became the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as part of an elaborate plot to copyright all of history.

HOW DID WE NOT SEE IT SOONER?
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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #48 on: March 31, 2015, 10:53:49 pm »
Stonehenge was in fact a druidic prayer circle, but not in the way that most of us think. The druids were hired as contractors to build an inn for weary travelers, but once they were paid they spent it all on masonry and erected a huge useless rock formation.

They've been running the same scam for thousands of years. We just had a CVS in town open up inside of a druidic prayer circle of rock slabs because the franchise owner hired Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction to build it.

How do you run a pharmacy out of hewn stone? There's almost no storage space and the Dunkin Donuts can see you fill your herpes medications.

Fuck druids.

Ah yes, CBC.

Type CBC into google and what's the first result you get? The Canadian Broadcast Corporation. Since when does Canada produce television? Obviously a front for Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction.

The CEO of this so-called CBC?



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

How many rocks are there in Stonehenge? 93.
The year of the CBC's 'founding'? 1936
The year of Stoneghenge's reconstruction? 1954

1954+1936+93=3983

But wait. If the CBC is going to produce media in order to crystallize the paradigm beyond subversion what tool do they need?

Copyright law.

When was copyright law enacted?

The Statute of Anne. 1710

Number of people hanged in Britain that year? 63.

3983-1710-63=2210

But I hope you haven't forgotten this motherfucker:



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

Add 2 to H and you get J
Take 2 from T and you get R
Take 10 from L and you get B

J R B

J. R. B



J. R. Bob Dobbs created stonehenge, with the help of Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction, which became the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as part of an elaborate plot to copyright all of history.

HOW DID WE NOT SEE IT SOONER?

Here we go, been a long time since I've busted out these bad boys.
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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #49 on: April 01, 2015, 12:25:42 am »
OK, so every government in the world, as well as all of the universities, are collaborating on a massive hoax to convince the public that human beings figured out how to build stuff a couple of thousand years earlier than they actually learned to build stuff.

What's in it for them?

History is written by the winners. This was done to destroy the traces of the previous non-christian civilization. Inheritance is divided between european national groups. Change of elites, a palace coup, but on a global scale. Deep history provides a claim for possession. Maybe.

Or maybe just for fun.

Yes, yes, I can see how this would work. Just like Christians planted all those fossils and "dinosaur" bones in order to head off any notions of evolution.

I, for one, am convinced beyond any shadow of a doubt that Mayan and Egyptian monuments were designed to implant the belief that there were never any such thing as pre-Christian civilizations.
“I’m guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk,” Charles Wick said. “It was very complicated.”


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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #50 on: April 01, 2015, 12:26:43 am »
OK, so every government in the world, as well as all of the universities, are collaborating on a massive hoax to convince the public that human beings figured out how to build stuff a couple of thousand years earlier than they actually learned to build stuff.

What's in it for them?

History is written by the winners. This was done to destroy the traces of the previous non-christian civilization. Inheritance is divided between european national groups. Change of elites, a palace coup, but on a global scale. Deep history provides a claim for possession. Maybe.

Or maybe just for fun.

So wait.  Christians built monolithic pre-Christian monuments to eradicate traces of pre-Christianity?

OBVIOUSLY. Just like Nazis built the moon to eradicate traces of natural satellites. Duh.
“I’m guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk,” Charles Wick said. “It was very complicated.”


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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #51 on: April 01, 2015, 12:34:53 am »
Stonehenge was in fact a druidic prayer circle, but not in the way that most of us think. The druids were hired as contractors to build an inn for weary travelers, but once they were paid they spent it all on masonry and erected a huge useless rock formation.

They've been running the same scam for thousands of years. We just had a CVS in town open up inside of a druidic prayer circle of rock slabs because the franchise owner hired Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction to build it.

How do you run a pharmacy out of hewn stone? There's almost no storage space and the Dunkin Donuts can see you fill your herpes medications.

Fuck druids.

Ah yes, CBC.

Type CBC into google and what's the first result you get? The Canadian Broadcast Corporation. Since when does Canada produce television? Obviously a front for Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction.

The CEO of this so-called CBC?



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

How many rocks are there in Stonehenge? 93.
The year of the CBC's 'founding'? 1936
The year of Stoneghenge's reconstruction? 1954

1954+1936+93=3983

But wait. If the CBC is going to produce media in order to crystallize the paradigm beyond subversion what tool do they need?

Copyright law.

When was copyright law enacted?

The Statute of Anne. 1710

Number of people hanged in Britain that year? 63.

3983-1710-63=2210

But I hope you haven't forgotten this motherfucker:



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

Add 2 to H and you get J
Take 2 from T and you get R
Take 10 from L and you get B

J R B

J. R. B



J. R. Bob Dobbs created stonehenge, with the help of Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction, which became the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as part of an elaborate plot to copyright all of history.

HOW DID WE NOT SEE IT SOONER?

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“I’m guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk,” Charles Wick said. “It was very complicated.”


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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #52 on: April 01, 2015, 02:21:14 am »
On a more practical level, though I am tired of knocking on my neighbors' doors to borrow a cup of sugar and having the entire facade collapse. Every fucking house in the city if a forgery, cleverly painted perspective pieces on cheap plywood.

My city is fallen Hollywood set pieces and druid prayer circles and I can't get any fucking sugar.

This needs to be taken out of context so badly.
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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #53 on: April 01, 2015, 02:32:37 am »
On a more practical level, though I am tired of knocking on my neighbors' doors to borrow a cup of sugar and having the entire facade collapse. Every fucking house in the city if a forgery, cleverly painted perspective pieces on cheap plywood.

My city is fallen Hollywood set pieces and druid prayer circles and I can't get any fucking sugar.

This needs to be taken out of context so badly.

It was a whole manic piece I had half crafted in my head before I threw it into two posts. I think I have the bug again but damn if it's been so long I have forgotten what to do with it. I thought of an ending to A New Currency while pooping the other day.
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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #54 on: April 01, 2015, 05:10:54 am »
On a more practical level, though I am tired of knocking on my neighbors' doors to borrow a cup of sugar and having the entire facade collapse. Every fucking house in the city if a forgery, cleverly painted perspective pieces on cheap plywood.

My city is fallen Hollywood set pieces and druid prayer circles and I can't get any fucking sugar.

This needs to be taken out of context so badly.

It was a whole manic piece I had half crafted in my head before I threw it into two posts. I think I have the bug again but damn if it's been so long I have forgotten what to do with it. I thought of an ending to A New Currency while pooping the other day.
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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #55 on: April 01, 2015, 10:24:00 am »
I, for one, am convinced beyond any shadow of a doubt that Mayan and Egyptian monuments were designed to implant the belief that there were never any such thing as pre-Christian civilizations.

But not as chinese monuments:




Or european monuments:

http://www.european-pyramids.eu/wb/pages/european-pyramids.php

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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #56 on: April 01, 2015, 01:47:13 pm »
Demo Squid, that was masterful. My hat is off. ALL my hats are off.

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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #57 on: April 01, 2015, 01:49:06 pm »
Unbelievable! You mean to say that pyramids are a really convenient way to stack up material in such a way that it won't fall over for a long time?!

That's just crazy enough to be true...

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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #58 on: April 01, 2015, 02:24:34 pm »
 :thanks:

Really though, most of the thanks have to go to Ivan. If he wasn't so committed, we would never have discovered this conspiracy.
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Re: To what extent is your world-view based on forgeries?
« Reply #59 on: April 01, 2015, 04:40:29 pm »
Unbelievable! You mean to say that pyramids are a really convenient way to stack up material in such a way that it won't fall over for a long time?!

Some newage authors believe that the pyramids accumulate orgone energy:
http://www.radosbiohealing.com/pyramids-patents-doctors/143-pyramids-granted-patents-scientific-research
http://www.thelastfourbooks.com/Kabbalah/littleegypt.html