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Post by Zytorg777 » Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:11 pm

^old news dog, but nice. thats the political spin machine and the nordyke twins futs.
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Post by Zytorg777 » Fri Mar 23, 2012 9:22 pm

you mad.
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Post by die » Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:00 pm

Zytorg777 wrote:^old news dog, but nice. thats the political spin machine and the nordyke twins futs.
wegro, we talking about Titanic and Roswell up in this bitch and you talking about some "old news"!

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Post by RobotJerk » Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:09 am

That reminds me...where the fuck's Soviet been?
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Post by die » Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:35 pm

He came in dropped that story about fucking a bitch while pouring beer directly onto her face and then he ninja-vanished on us.


wait, that sounds like typical Sovi3t, doesn't it?
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Post by die » Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:29 pm

An estimated 20,000 New Age believers who say the "upside down" mountain is home to aliens who will rescue them from an impending apocalypse have saturated a small French commune near the foot of the picturesque Pic de Bugarach.

The Independent reports the growing flock, whom locals refer to as "esoterics," believe the world will come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012. They also reportedly believe that the unique mountain is in fact home to a race of alien beings that will emerge to rescue the gathered humans and transport them to a new civilization.

Pic de Bugarach has long been famous because rock samples taken from its peak are actually older than points measured at lower elevations. Scientists say that is because when the 1,230-meter (4,040-foot) mountain erupted, its peak flipped upside down before crashing back down upon the mountain's base. The mountain is said to have played a role in inspiring everything from Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" to Steven Spielberg's "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."

The BBC reports that the French government is concerned about mass suicides taking place near Pic de Bugarach in advance of the Dec. 21 date and that there have been reports of "strange rituals" taking place there as well.

An estimated 20,000 New Age believers who say the "upside down" mountain is home to aliens who will rescue them from an impending apocalypse have saturated a small French commune near the foot of the picturesque Pic de Bugarach.

The Independent reports the growing flock, whom locals refer to as "esoterics," believe the world will come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012. They also reportedly believe that the unique mountain is in fact home to a race of alien beings that will emerge to rescue the gathered humans and transport them to a new civilization.

Pic de Bugarach has long been famous because rock samples taken from its peak are actually older than points measured at lower elevations. Scientists say that is because when the 1,230-meter (4,040-foot) mountain erupted, its peak flipped upside down before crashing back down upon the mountain's base. The mountain is said to have played a role in inspiring everything from Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" to Steven Spielberg's "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."

The BBC reports that the French government is concerned about mass suicides taking place near Pic de Bugarach in advance of the Dec. 21 date and that there have been reports of "strange rituals" taking place there as well.

Last year, CNN filed a report on the apocalyptic rumors surrounding Pic de Bugarach:



The Independent notes some other rumors surrounding Pic de Bugarach, which included speculation that both Israel's Mossad and Nazis have performed "mysterious" excavation digs there.

"The apocalypse we believe in is the end of a certain world and the beginning of another," one of the New Age pilgrims going only by the name "Jean" tells the paper. "A new spiritual world. The year 2012 is the end of a cycle of suffering. Bugarach is one of the major chakras of the earth, a place devoted to welcoming the energies of tomorrow."

Up to 100,000 visitors are expected to flock to the scene before Dec. 21.



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Post by Coke Mule » Thu Mar 29, 2012 2:45 pm

die wrote:He came in dropped that story about fucking a bitch while pouring beer directly onto her face and then he ninja-vanished on us.


wait, that sounds like typical Sovi3t, doesn't it?

yeah i wasnt sure if that was true or not . good job
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Post by revolutionary » Mon Jul 02, 2012 9:30 pm

I read that shit about jack the ripper being female awhile back. I just have a hardtime belieivng that even though it sounds pretty awesome.
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Post by Robert Paulson » Tue Jul 03, 2012 3:14 am

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"Without doubt the most famous and enigmatic ancient crystal is the skull, discovered in 1927 by F.A. Mitchell-Hedges atop a ruined temple at the ancient Mayan city of Lubaantum, in British Honduras, now Belize.

The skull was made from a single block of clear quartz, 5 inches high, 7 inches long and 5 inches wide. It is about the size of a small human cranium, with near perfect detail. In 1970, art restorer Frank Dorland was given permission to submit the skull to tests at the Hewlitt-Packard Laboratories. Revealed were many anomalies.

The skull had been carved with total disregard to the natural crystal axis, a process unheard-of in modern crystallography. No metal tools were used. Dorland was unable to find any tell-tale scratch marks. Indeed, most metals would have been ineffectual. A modern penknife cannot mark it. From tiny patterns near the carved surfaces, Dorland determined it was first chiseled into rough form, probably using diamonds. The finer shaping, grinding and polishing, Dorland believes, was done with innumerable applications of water and silicon-crystal sand. If true, it would have taken 300 years of continuous labor. We must accept this almost unimaginable feat, or admit to the use of some form of lost technology.

Modern science is stumped to explain the skill and knowledge incorporated. As Garvin summarized: It is virtually impossible today, in the time when men have climbed mountains on the moon, to duplicate this achievement...It would not be a question of skill, patience and time. It would simply be impossible.

As one crystallographer from Hewlitt-Packard said, The damned thing shouldn't be. "


or another one of my faves..the "caveman" skull with a bullet hole in it!

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The Museum of Natural History in London displays an early Paleolithic skull, dated at 38,000 years old, and excavated in 1921 in modern Zambia. On the left side of the skull is a perfectly round hole nearly a third of an inch in diameter. Curiously, there are no radial split-lines around the hole or other marks that should have been left by a cold weapon, such as an arrow or spear. Opposite the hole, the cranium is shattered, and reconstruction of the fragments show the skull was blown from the inside out, as from a rifle shot. In fact, any slower a projectile would have produced neither the neat hole nor the shattering effect.



Forensic experts who have examined the skull agree the cranial damage could not have been caused by anything but a high-speed projectile, purposely fired at the prehistoric victim, with intent to kill.



If such a weapon was indeed fired at the man, then one of two conclusions can be made: Either the specimen is not as old as it is claimed to be, and was shot by a European in recent centuries, or the remains are as old as claimed, and the marksman was ancient too. In view of the fact that the Paleolithic skull was excavated from a depth of 60 feet, mostly of lead rock, the second conclusion is more plausible.



But who possessed gunpowder 38,000 years ago? Certainly not Stone Age man himself. Another race must have existed, one far more advanced and civilized, yet contemporary.



The question is, where did that rifle-toting marksman call home?
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Post by Zytorg777 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:44 pm

that x-files spin off clip was raw.


ever heard of the Georgia Guidestones?


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Their message:

1.Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
2.Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
3.Unite humanity with a living new language.
4.Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
5.Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6.Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7.Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8.Balance personal rights with social duties.
9.Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
10.Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.
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Post by die » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:44 pm

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Another unsolved mystery involves HHH. I'm confident that he watched the Chyna/X-pac porn and I'm confident that he had wood, but who was the wood for?
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Post by cYnical » Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:47 pm

Mystery solved.
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Post by die » Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:18 pm

http://news.yahoo.com/2-000-old-ritual- ... 02315.html
Archaeologists in Jerusalem say they've found a 2,000-year-old ritual bath with a sophisticated system to keep water pure, Israel's Antiquities Authority (IAA) announced.

The bath, known as a miqwe or mikveh, was found at a site in southwest Jerusalem's Kiryat Menachem quarter, and researchers say it had a unique water supply system. The miqwe collected rainwater from three basins, which were cut into the roof of the bath, and sent water into an underground immersion chamber through channels, explained IAA excavation director Benyamin Storchan.

Storchan said in a statement that this system was more complex than that of other baths of the same time period, which typically had a small rock-cut pool nearby that supplied rainwater to the underground chamber.

"It is interesting to note that the bath conforms to all of the laws of kashrut (the set of Jewish dietary laws), like collecting the water in it naturally without human contact, and ensuring that the water does not seep into the earth, which is why the bath was treated with a special kind of plaster," the archaeologist added.

The bath was associated with a settlement of the Second Temple period, and it apparently got a new life as a quarry after it went out of use. As recently as the 20th century, a hole was cut in the the immersion chamber's ceiling and it was used as a cistern.

Excavations at the site were taking place ahead of the construction of a new road. Development projects in Israel often expose remnants of the region's rich history. Ahead of the construction of a new Israeli railroad line to the city of Karmiel, researchers recently found a carving of a penis that's more than 6,000 years old. And animal and human figurines, some more than 9,000 years old, have been found at Tel Motza, a site being excavated to make room for the expansion of Highway 1, the main road connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

According to the Jerusalem district archaeologist, Amit Re'em, the community hopes to conserve the miqwe, and the IAA and developers are working to make the site available to the public.
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