Discoveries of advanced pre-flood civiliztions

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  1. Magnus Maximus

    Magnus Maximus Dulce et Decorum est....

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  3. UncleScroge

    UncleScroge Well-Known Member

    H G Wells did a "War of Words" broadcast? Never heard of that one!
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  4. Dashiell Love

    Dashiell Love New Member

    Check out my first book. It describes the collapse of the dollar 2020 and many of the events going on now. ends is Peru...after I found an old intact pytho in the desert and nearly died from the poison (pulvo) which swelled my neck up enormously.

  5. Dashiell Love

    Dashiell Love New Member

    As a linguist...I would like to hear that ;)
  6. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    No, it was Orson Welles 1938;)
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  7. Volodya

    Volodya Junior Member

    I wasn't really being serious; hence the s/ (=snark.) Sorry if I wasn't clear.
  8. juris klavins

    juris klavins Well-Known Member

    People started making metal objects around 7000BC - coinage came much later, but one has to wonder where the inspiration came for coins such as these:

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  9. 7Calbrey

    7Calbrey Well-Known Member

    Man.. That guy to the left looks like a creature from outer Space.
  10. Alegandron

    Alegandron "ΤΩΙ ΚΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΙ..." ΜΕΓΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, June 323 BCE Supporter

    Its a fake, Charles. He is making a joke.
  11. NewStyleKing

    NewStyleKing Beware of Greeks bearing wreaths Supporter

    It's all a joke, but some people refuse to believe it, despite everything.
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  12. ancient coin hunter

    ancient coin hunter Basileus Megalos

    Nag Hammadi Codex>Archons>Grey Aliens??? ;)
  13. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Some groups may not want to read this but here is the conclusion most widely spread among Archeo-geneticists working with the mitochondrial-DNA,

    "Clearly, the role of the mitochondrial genome must be considered with respect to human genetic disease. The heterogeneity of the mitochondrial genome presents many unmet challenges to researchers. However, emerging technologies are likely to aid the discovery of underlying genetic mechanisms linking these powerhouses to neurodegenerative disease, cancer, diabetes, and aging."

    "Mitochondrial DNA plays important roles in other areas of genetics as well. For example, it has been used to address questions about how the widespread distribution of humans in the world today was established. Because mitochondria are passed exclusively through the maternal lineage and there is little recombination in the mitochondrial genome, variation in the mitochondrial genome (as well as in the Y chromosome in the case of paternal lineages) has been used to delineate how and when humans migrated and occupied the world. Studying the mitochondrial genome in individuals from distinct geographic origins has made it possible to establish that the human populations of today are all derived from a small group of individuals that left Africa approximately 170,000 years ago" (Ingman et al., 2000).

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  14. David Atherton

    David Atherton Flavian Fanatic

    Rob, you're engaging in the same thing that you accuse others of - personal attacks and politicising. Keep in mind this is a light hearted thread about ancient aliens and lost civilisations. I'm baffled why you're getting so worked up over it.
  15. Alegandron

    Alegandron "ΤΩΙ ΚΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΙ..." ΜΕΓΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, June 323 BCE Supporter

    Carthage Occupation of Bruttium
    AR Half-Shekel
    216-211 BCE
    Horse, Solar Disc above
    HN Italy 2016
  16. Magnus Maximus

    Magnus Maximus Dulce et Decorum est....

    I’ll raise you a Seleucid Tetradrachm :p

    Antiochus III Megas
    AR Tetradrachm
    Seleucia mint
    Circa 222/1 BCE
    16.98 grams
  17. Hookman

    Hookman Well-Known Member

    It's a Cook Book !!
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  18. EWC3

    EWC3 (mood: stubborn)

    Am not in the least worked up :)

    I am curious that there are eight people in the thread who apparently cannot see that this mail is nonsense. I will leave aliens to all the other folk. I am still searching for better signs of rational life on earth. Little luck so far

    Still waiting Donna

    Rob T
  19. Herodotus

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  21. Hookman

    Hookman Well-Known Member

    I just find it incredible that so many ancient cities and monuments, made of huge blocks of stone, were built by people who, at that time, had nothing more to use than a rope to pull it with and a log to roll it on.

    Surely, surely, aliens with anti-gravity devices had to be involved, right ?
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  22. UncleScroge

    UncleScroge Well-Known Member

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