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    Feb 22, 2014
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      Worldwide, most ancient cities have vanished. 
      Not so the region of Bashan, in Syria.  It is
      literally crowded with towns and large villages
      - most of them, until recently, deserted.

      Yet they are not ruined!  Many of the houses in
      these cities are perfect, as if only finished
      yesterday.  The walls are sound, the roofs
      unbroken, the doors, and even the window-shutters
      in place.

      The walls of the cities are 15 feet thick and
      30 feet high.  The huge gates have been found
      still in place.

      Some of the buildings in the city of Bozrah would
      grace the proudest modern Western city.
      These ancient streets are paved - still perfect,
      not a stone out of place.

      Even the walls of houses are up to eight feet
      thick, built of large squared blocks of basalt,
      without cement. 

      The roofs are made of basalt slabs, cut like planks
      and reaching from wall to wall.   

      Heavy slabs form the ceilings.  The massive
      doors hang upon pivots, working in sockets, as
      do the window-shutters.  The black basalt used
      is almost as hard as iron. 

      One early explorer measured doors 9 feet high by
      4½ feet wide and 10 inches thick.  In one door
      was seen a place for a massive lock. 

      The doors are tastefully ornamented with panels
      and garlands of fruit and flowers, sculptured in


      Rooms inside private houses measure up to 20
      feet high.  Here are huge rooms and apartments
      in perfect preservation. 

      Moss grows over the ruins.  Groups of tapering
      columns spring up from the dense foliage of the
      oaks.  Luxuriant creepers twist around the pillars. 

      Brambles grow in festoons over the doorways. 
      Branches of trees shoot through gaping cracks in
      some old walls. 

      Owls flap their wings and foxes and jackals
      scamper along the streets.

      So perfect is every street, every house, every
      room - so perfect, yet not a sound.  Huge
      houses built among wild rocks, hundreds of
      houses per city, still perfect, but not a man to
      live in them. 

      Remains of fountains and statues, too.

      The private houses bear the marks of the most
      remote antiquity. 

      They leave us to conclude that the cities were
      built by giants - a race of giants that has been
      extinct for more than 3,000 years.

      Eyewitness accounts in the Bible speak of the
      giants that inhabited these cities around 1500 BC.

      The bed of one them, King Og, in the Ammonite city
      of Rabbah, was made of iron and was "more than 15
      feet long and almost 7 feet wide. It can still be
      seen." (Deuteronomy 3:11)

      As recently as the 1800s, the highways of Bashan
      were still in place, completely covered here and
      there, with the branches of oak trees and
      straggling brambles.


      The Great pyramid of Giza in Egypt had sides
      totalling 5¼ acres, finished off like glass, and
      took on the appearance of an immense mirror,
      whose reflections could be seen for more than 50
      miles (80 kilometers).

      The visible surfaces were worked as accurately
      as modern opticians’ work.

      (Today tourists can see only blocks of rough
      -looking stone, rising as in steps; the Arabs
      have stripped the building of its outer casing
      for use in other buildings in Cairo.)

       The stone blocks of the Great pyramid were
      joined together with cement which was painted on
      like paint.

      Modern chemists can analyse this cement, but are

      Yet, this cement, as thin as a sheet of tissue
      paper, can hold a vertical joint as large as
      5 feet by 7 feet in area.

      The cement is so tough that the limestone blocks
      will break before the cement gives way. So fine
      is the join that a photograph fails to reveal it.


      We tend to regard professionals as the only people
      worth taking notice of, when it comes to
      discoveries being made in their field.

      If an amateur makes a statement – or even a
      discovery – it is commonly regarded with suspicion.

      On this point, I recall that on July 29, 1997, an
      amateur astronomer in Adelaide, Australia,
      announced the discovery of a new comet.

      Up to that date, 71 comets had been discovered by
      amateurs during the twentieth century!

      Did you know that some of the world’s great
      archaeological discoveries have been made by

      When Heinrich Schliemann said he’d discovered
      Troy, the scientific community snubbed him.
      For years!

      And there was John Lloyd Stephens who discovered
      wondrous things among the Mayan ruins of Central
      America. Another amateur.

      It was Champollion the “amateur” who got
      Egyptology going.

      One could say that our knowledge has been
      deepened more through the efforts of amateurs
      like Fawcett, Schliemann and Heyerdahl, than
      through the efforts of franchised experts.

      The cause of science is not served by automatic
      ridicule of amateurs. Any person who so behaves
      is an enemy of science. He may be listed in
      Who’s Who, but he doesn’t know what’s what.

      Both Schliemann (who discovered Troy) and Carter
      who found Tutankhamen’s tomb) were criticised by
      the academia of their day.

      It is worth noting, however, that while the
      world remembers the names of the two men
      Schliemann and Carter – no one remembers the
      names of their critics!

      So if you think there is no hope you could ever
      make your mark, just think again!

      You have just taken a tiny peep into the vibrant
      sequel of “Dead Men’s Secrets”.
      It is called - what else? - "MORE Dead Men's

      And because you are on my special exclusive list,
      it is available to you as an e-book before the
      world ever sees a printed version (Honestly, I
      don’t know when that will be).

      Here’s how you can claim your own personal copy
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      Just go to http://www.beforeus.com/more-dms.php

      Again, let me say Thankyou, Jonathon, for being
      on my list.

      Take care.
      Jonathan Gray
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