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3100 bce glancing impact

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cayce revealed that our moon once had a satelite of its own. no mention of when, or what happened to it. some early depictions of the new moon crescent, show
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May 1

greece - troy

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much has been written about greece and troy, some by me given here. lets see if anything can be added, if the muses be with us. we have discussed how the
mike white
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Apr 29

angkor revisited

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i'm more convinced than ever that the angkor tomb complex is perhaps the oldest works of cultured man on earth. it certainly has the most perfect structures
mike white
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Apr 5

vikings

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i cant speak to that specific voyage, but overall, the vikings were raiders and pirates, not exploring, or after learning. they captured and held a few sites
mike white
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Mar 30

Link to Symposium in St Louis

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Here is the link to the website for the Viking/Norse Native American symposium in St Louis for this coming September. Mark it on your calender. (Hope you can
hilgren
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Mar 28

Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] ancient india

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error: google earth changed to modern directions when it zoomed to konarak. it was built in the modern era, between 3100 bce and present. it is impressive,
mike white
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Mar 26

ancient india

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the archaeology and chronology of india seems as muddled as that of egypt. they think the aryans began the vedic culture and hinduism no earier than 1500 bce!
mike white
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Mar 25

Landslide Theory

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Dear Steve, Thank you for this valuable information. I have already contacted Jose offering my help. My best to an old friend, Arthur Faram - Pres.The Faram
hilgren
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Mar 24

Viking Norse Native American contact

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Thank you Steve! On Monday, March 23, 2015 5:23 AM, "hilgren@... [Precolumbian_Inscriptions]" wrote:  
hilgren
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Mar 23

review : 'historical library of diodorus'

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we have touched upon diodorus siculus the sicilian before, i will try to get thru the entire work. he was criticised by lesser men, who themselves contributed
mike white
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Mar 14

Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] egyptian chronology

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hatshepsut : i think she was a wise and powerful atlantean ruler. she may have driven the hyksos out of egypt. she built a canal from the nile to the red
mike white
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Mar 6

egyptian chronology

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lets revisit the chronology of egypt. we will start with the so-called 'new kingdom'. what is written by the experts seems so far from the truth, that its
mike white
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Mar 6

Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] nubia - meroe

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there were several rivers that joined the nile on either side of meroe. these rivers were generated by rainfall and condensation gathered on the forested
mike white
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Mar 4

nubia - Google Earth Image

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it turns out that the small island that i had noticed first is not meroe. the original island lay east of the current nile bed. the river was larger then,
mike white
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Mar 3

65mya?

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when we examine the experts proofs for the theory of a comet impact 65mya causing the extinction of dinosaurs, it falls short and is wanting. the old k-t layer
mike white
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Feb 5
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