I finally found an article on the south african gold mine thought to be over 260,000 years old. i heard about this place when they discovered it briefly on the discovery channel but it seems all information on this place is being wiped out of the public eye… The sumerian calendar found here dates back 75000 years. the big issue is that humans werent supposed to be around at this time… also if they were they were believed to be so primitive that they shouldnt have been able to mine so efficiently and with such precision… mining gold with rock tools isnt the best way to do things, but apparantly they did. they also had no reason to collect gold… in the times of the first hunter gatherers… storing and mining gold was not only near impossible with the technology they had, but also they had no use for the precious metal. there was no monetary currency 260,000 years ago… they couldnt eat it. it is a poor metal for making blades or tools with due to its extreme maleability. what im saying is that neanderthal man should not have been able to comprehend mining gold as a priority… it takes alot of energy and food to mine gold, plus the valuable hunting time you waste by mining instead of hunting.
no sir… it just dont make sense.
apparantly it is a sumerian site some 195,000 years later as we find with the stone structure called adams calendar. sumerians claim to be experiments of the annunaki… genetically altered drone workers who are more monkey than human at this time must have mined the gold. if the sumerian texts arent lying about being genetic experiments then it would make perfect sense as gold is the number 2 conducter that we know of second only to silver. this precious metal is also the most maleable metal known to man. i dont know the exact figures but its soemthing like a gram of gold can be hammered out to a super thin sheet almost a metre squared (or something like that) what this means is that in the electronics world a little gold goes a LONG way. The annunaki could have use this gold to repair any electronic problems they would have encountered on their galactic quest. I believe that they were here and needed repairs. i think the annunaki created our inteligence and used us not so much as slaves but as debtors, they gave us a future and we aided in them returning (or just repairing). but there is no reason why ancient neanderthol man should have been poking around in a gold mine… especially one that is so big… and so old…
Heres another good site for the info on the sumerian story of gold slaves
LSD research in the 50s.
[2nd Verse] [Bun B.]
Say there Mr. Mirror, put yourself up to yourself and in
Just take a look at the reflection thats reflectin in
Your own physical, superficial not spiritual
All the possessions you possessin, they can’t keep your spirit full
You need to hear it fool, but you dont want to listen cuz
You so f-full of your-s-self and you just sit and judge
You point em out, and call em up, and then s-sit em down
Then you put fertalizer, lyin, spread the shit around
But if you took a second Mr. Mirror, you would see
That you just mad at you man, you aint really mad at me
You took the hatred of yourself and just project it out
No disrespect, you can’t respect yourself then just get out
For real, you need to go away just like the rain song
Cuz you f-frontin and f-fakin its just plain wrong
So Mr. Mirror, man I’m just gon keep it G
If you can’t look up at yourself,
How the fuck you lookin at me, mane.
“Carl Edward Sagan (November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996) was an American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author and highly successful science popularizer and science communicator in the space and natural sciences. During his lifetime, he published more than 600 scientific papers and popular articles and was author, co-author, or editor of more than 20 books. In his works, he advocated skeptical inquiry and the scientific method. He pioneered exobiology and promoted the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI).
Sagan became world-famous for his popular science books and for the award-winning 1980 television series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, which he narrated and co-wrote. A book to accompany the program was also published. Sagan also wrote the novel Contact, the basis for the 1997 film of the same name.”
“Cosmos: A Personal Voyage is a thirteen-part television series written by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steven Soter, with Sagan as presenter. It was executive-produced by Adrian Malone, produced by David Kennard, Geoffrey Haines-Stiles and Gregory Andorfer, and directed by the producers and David Oyster, Richard Wells, Tom Weidlinger, and others. It covered a wide range of scientific subjects including the origin of life and a perspective of our place in the universe.
The series was first broadcast by the Public Broadcasting Service in 1980, and was the most widely watched series in the history of American public television until The Civil War (1990). As of 2009, it is still the most widely watched PBS series in the world. It won an Emmy and a Peabody Award and has since been broadcast in more than 60 countries and seen by over 500 million people. A book to accompany the series was also published.”
The universe is made up of matter and anti-matter, but the world we exist in is predominantly matter which is confusing scientists around the world. The concept of anti-matter is quite simple, for every particle there is an anti-particle. The anti-particle has an opposite charge, so the “electrons” which usually have a negative charge are positively charged, and called “positrons”, same thing goes for protons – they are negatively charged in an anti-matter particle. When anti-matter collides with matter, they both annihilate each other and turn into intense radiation energy! Amazing. There is supposed to be equal amounts of anti-matter and matter but it is clear that most of what makes up life as we know it is matter. So where is all the anti-matter? Scientists have discovered some clouds of it in space through various experiments with balloons, but there is supposed to be an equal amount of each and it just doesn’t add up.
Scientists have created antimatter in the lab, the first time being over a decade ago, but they had a problem making it last more than a slight fraction of a second so they couldn’t really study it closely and there were still a lot of unanswered questions about it. But recently, in Switzerland, they have created anti-matter particles and have managed to capture them in a magnetic box which keeps them away from matter so they won’t be annihilated and they can study them further. This is a big breakthrough because it will give us more insight about the potential origin of the universe, the possibility of vast amounts of energy (star trek spaceship engine), a better understanding of physics and nature, and a better understanding of how anti-matter behaves.
Scientists have known for a while that high energy storms on earth create gamma rays, but they have just discovered that these gamma rays create antimatter beams that shoot out into space. These ‘Terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes” happen an estimated 500 times per day, are extremely intense, and last for a thousandth of a second.
Steven Cummer, an atmospheric electricity researcher from Duke University in North Carolina, called the find “truly amazing”.
“I think this is one of the most exciting discoveries in the geosciences in quite a long time – the idea that any planet has thunderstorms that can create antimatter and then launch it into space in narrow beams that can be detected by orbiting spacecraft to me sounds like something straight out of science fiction,” he said.
“It has some very important implications for our understanding of lightning itself. We don’t really understand a lot of the detail about how lightning works. It’s a little bit premature to say what the implications of this are going to be going forward, but I’m very confident this is an important piece of the puzzle.”
Take a peek at some of the articles as this is truly fascinating stuff!
Some very strange things have been happening in the past week that seem to be more than just freak occurances. On new year’s eve, 5000 blackbirds fell from the sky in Arkansas, and about 100,000 fish washed up on the shorelines short after. 500 birds died in Louisiana as well as 100 tonnes of sardines dying in Brazil, thousands of fish washing up in Maryland and in New Zealand, and hundreds of fish washing up in Sarnia, Ontario. Natural deaths on a large scale can happen, but the fact that so many events have occurred over the past week makes you pay a bit more attention. Perhaps a sign from Mother Nature? Check out the news links: