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  1. PrimalRed

    Stars of David on the US Flag

    It looks like the hand on the right - Australia- is a Master Mason since the thumb is situated on the third finger. And the one on the left is a lower rank. Which is odd since you think of USA being higher up in the ranks of freemasonry. Maybe there's more to the story than meets the eye...
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    Input Your Worldview

    My worldview: The more pieces of the puzzle I put together, the less I know about anything. Here is what I'd like to believe: this is all just one big game that God is playing, like a video game turned to super hard difficulty level, just for the sake of playing. We are all characters being...
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    Stars of David on the US Flag

    Nice research- I've looked into the Illuminati/Jews/Vatican for many years and never knew the star of david was on the US flag at one point. And look at that inverted pentagram/baphomet design... yikes, how much more in-your-face can it be? Where do you get your ideas on what to research? For...
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    1876 Ward Charcoal Ovens in Nevada

    You can see the air holes placed around the bottom. These are most certainly charcoal/coke ovens. You need some air initially to get the fire started, at which point the holes and door are plugged up, creating a low oxygen environment where impurities such as tree sap etc are cooked off from...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    This is all very basic philology. If you deduce the meaning of a symbol, then it works in other applications as well. "He lost his £ in an accident." "That shoe fits his £ very well." "He could % on solid lava because his £ were calloused." £ is obviously "foot" and % is "walk" in this example...
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    Bizarre transformation of the North American Continent: 16th through 19th centuries

    When dealing with maps, cartography etc, there is one huge element I think a lot of people are overlooking. We all assume reality is linear and unchanging. From my personal experience I can say beyond any shadow of a doubt that the general outline of our continents have shifted from what it used...
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    American Civil War a Photographic History

    So is the civil war a coverup for the American war against native Tartarians? And were all the "slave camps" actually Native American industrial centers? And those photos with all the women dressed as men, okay that adds a new dimension for sure. I haven't written about it but there is a huge...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    Just because you lack the ability to comprehend a point does not make it absurd. This is true, no? And clearly it is your inability to grasp the nature of the analogy at cause here, as I have already pointed out but will now spell out for you (pun intended). "every block, every picture, every...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    I recommend you guys read up on the story of how Jean Francois Champollion deciphered ancient Egyptian. He was going up against pretty much the entire established academic community at the time and slaved away, sometimes for years at a time, just to get a single breakthrough. The man was a...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    In this analogy that would be the clay tablets
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    There are only five vowels a human is capable of making, and a limited amount of consonants. Take the universally known symbol, Tau (T). It will always be the sound of the tongue guiding air over the teeth. There might be slight variations, such as the D sound , but it's close enough to be...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    Firstly, change your tone of delivery because I really don't want this to be dragged down to a flame contest or slinging petty insults. You don't have to call another persons point "absurd" if you don't understand it. >There are references everywhere and constant feedback for child learning a...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    I think you're really underestimating the human intellectual capacity and our ability to learn and decipher meaningful patterns. I'll give you the perfect example that counters your proposition: Were you born knowing how to understand language? Definitely not. Your parents made weird sounds and...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    The programmer doesn't know how the compiler works though. It spits out random output. He just has tools and methodology to reverse engineer it better than the average person is what I was getting at. In a similar way- the way a programmer might know numbers and binary as a "base" language...
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    Forget Sumeria. It's impossible to decipher an unknown language

    I have to disagree here, as I believe it is entirely possible to decipher an unknown script. All language has meaning, structure and syntax, and thus can be reverse engineered. As an example, if the average person were to look at output from a code compiler it would be totally nonsensical...
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    1662: 17 hour Tartarian Muscovy Clock

    Fascinating- I wonder if this is related to the sun becoming whiter. Someone above mentioned that our way of life change is responsible. This is not the case because I've gone huge swaths of my life with zero media and very little interaction with electronics. As it stands now I check my phone...
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    1662: 17 hour Tartarian Muscovy Clock

    My God- this is really starting to seem like Dark City. Do we actually have less hours during the day? It doesn't stand to reason that we would break up our current 12 hour chunk of time into 17 increments- that would be too small a segment (42 minutes each). I've felt that time has been...
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    White Sun (formerly known as Yellow)

    Okay guys, weird shit! This pic was taken at 7:01 pm, first time I noticed red/velvet hues during sunset in a long time. The camera doesn't show it but it was actually reddish and velvet: Okay, so the traditional theory on sunsets is that the sun continues getting further away from the...
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    White Sun (formerly known as Yellow)

    Uhg, that beautiful yellow sun. You're going to make me cry :/ seeing just how yellow it looks in his paintings I can't help but think maybe these past few decades aren't the beginning of the color shift? Maybe it's been going on for hundreds of years and actually was a deep warm yellow like...
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    When does it start to curve?

    From my original reply- "Light traveling over a body of water next to land such as that, for instance, is subject to a fairly steep gradient of air temperature" Refraction doesn't require a completely different medium - the index of refraction of any medium is subject to many different...
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